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Narcissus "Kedron"

$15.00

Kedron is an old fashioned jonquil hybrid we are happy to introduce into our catalog this year!  It is an old fashioned selection with dark yellow petals and an orange cup that was bred by Willis Wheeler, a mid 20th century daffodil breeder and...

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Narcissus 'Ice Follies'

$10.00

Beautiful white petals with large yellow cups. An old friend once told me that 'Ice Follies' looks good by itself, and so does 'Carlton' but when you put the two together you get the show of a lifetime. That person was right. 'Ice Follies' is one of the...

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W.P. Milner

$20.00

We are very often asked for naturalizing Narcissus that still retain more a traditional trumpet daffodil shape. W.P. Milner helps us bridge that gap! This mid 19th century introduction has pale yellow flowers that fade to white. Like many of our...

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Narcissus x odorus "Campernelle"

$20.00

Often dubbed the "Giant Jonquil," gardeners treasure the campernelle for the wonderful fragrance and golden blooms. Clusters of small rich colored dark yellow trumpets top the foliage, and truly look like a vein of gold going through the landscape. They...

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Narcissus tazetta 'Italicus'

$20.00

Narcissus tazetta 'Italicus' If you live in more northern parts of the South and long for some sort of paperwhite, then the Italicus is your answer. The most notable aspect of the flowers is their star shaped petals appearing on the numerous flowers...

Narcissus x intermedius 'Texas Star'

$20.00

Narcissus x intermedius 'Texas Star' has become a favorite around the Southern Bulb Co. The name says it all, as this uncommonly 'Texas tough' hybrid between a jonquil and a tazetta performs well on clays, sands, ditches and even dry ground. Although...

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'Twin Sisters' Narcissus

$20.00

Narcissus x medioluteus March offers many opportunities for garden color, but as April approaches, daffodil blooms become scarce. One April blooming narcissus, N. x medioluteus (also called "Twin Sisters" or "April Beauty") affords the opportunity of a...

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Narcissus tazetta "Golden Dawn"

$20.00

From the lowest regions of the South to the Zone 7 areas, this bulb multiplies and blooms year after year. Since the first half of the last century, this treasure has done nothing but impress and delight warm climate gardeners. It is not steeped in...

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Narcissus x jonquilla "Jonquil"

$20.00

Jonquils are SMALL BULBS but nothing compares to the fragrance and solid gold color of narcissus in naturalized plantings. Expanding both through seed and propagation, the Jonquil is often seen spreading over wide pastures and naturalized gardens alike...

Leucojum aestivum "Snowflakes"

$20.00

  Leucojum aestivumTermed 'Snowflakes' by the gardening public, the Leucojum aestivum is by far one the most adaptable bulbs ever offered in the South. Their ability to grow in sun or shade has made them a winner for woodland settings, roadside...

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Narcissus 'Orange Pheonix' "Butter and Eggs"

$20.00

Often remembered as a treasure in grandmother's garden, Butter and Eggs are known for their pleasant scent and robust blooms. Its cold tolerant nature makes it an ideal bulb for areas north of I-20 and into more northern parts of the Southern United...

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Tulip Tschimganica

$10.00

Like many of our species tulips, we choose Tschimganica (chim-GAN-ih-kuh) as the best options as perennials for us in the Southern United States.  We love them because they don't need the typical chilling hours that the conventional large...

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Tulipa clusiana var. Tubergens Gem

$15.00

'Tubergen's Gem' is a jewel of a flower with a velvet like dark yellow and red yellow combination of petals. The Tubergen’s is another mid-to-late March bloomer along with the other tulips. Perhaps it has only a slightly different form and style from...

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Tulipa clusiana 'Lady Jane'

$20.00

  'Lady Jane' blooms in mid-March with a bold impact on the landscape shouting spring. It is one of our most sought after bulbs, and is normally thought of as a species tulip although its exact classification is not with the rest of the species...

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