Specialty Bulbs

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Bulbs by a different name star
Just when you thought you knew everything about a bulb, comes even more interesting facts. Can you ponder the thought of eating a bulb? Read this inticing article to see how we do just that each and everyday.

Chinese Dwarf Banana star
This ornamental banana is considered to be one of Southern China’s most sacred flowers and is a great addition for achieving that jungle-like, tropical look in the garden.

Classic Bulbs star[offsite link]
An interview with Scott Kunst who devotes all his time and energy to researching, collecting, and preserving heirloom bulbs.

Going Native-Wild Bleeding Heart star
Go native. Nothing is more attractive than a lush woodland garden filled with beautiful natives like the Wild Bleeding Heart.

Growing Ornamental Beauties in the Bulb Garden star
Nothing is more beautiful in the garden than something different. With a little effort and the right growing conditions, you can fill the garden with some of the most interesting ornamental bulbs around.

Hesperantha, the Evening Flower star
Want a great flower for the evening garden and alongside those pond edges? Try planting some Hesperantha bulbs. You won´t be sorry.

Rediscovering Gardens of the Past with Heirloom Bulbs star
There's a difference between heirloom bulbs and newer varieties. Find out what they are and why you should grow them in your garden.

The Blue-Bead Lily star
A stunning native wildflower and the interesting lore that surrounds it.

Woodland Wildflower Bulbs: Hepatica star
Hepatica is a wonderful woodland wildflower and great for use in this type of garden. Find out where they come from and learn about other interesting facts.

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