Flower Bulbs

At SummerWinds Nursery, we sell a variety of flower bulb sets. Plant them in the fall and enjoy spring blooms! Available seasonally, while supplies last; selection varies by location.

   
        Closeup of Allium Purple Sensation flowers in bloom (with the text     
   
       

Allium Purple Sensation     

AKA Ornamental Onion and Flowering Onion, Allium 'Purple Sensation' blooms give your garden high drama and interest. Deer and critter resistant, beneficial to pollinators, attracts butterflies, are drought-tolerant and easy to grow, and grows well in containers, mass plantings, rock gardens, and borders. Plant in fall for late spring to early summer blooms. Prefers full sun.

   
   
        Closeup of amaryllis belladonna    
   
       

Amaryllis Belladonna

       

AKA Naked Lady and Resurrection Lily, Amaryllis Belladonna boasts sweetly fragrant blooms (that are poisonous if eaten by pets). These beautiful, long-lasting, large, fragrant blooms make excellent cut flowers, are easy to grow and grow well in containers, rock gardens and borders. Drought-tolerant, once established. Plant in fall for mid-to-late summer blooms. Prefers full sun.

       
   
        Closeup of Bearded Iris Beverly Sills    
   
       

Bearded Irises

       

AKA Iris Germanica, Bearded Iris speads as creeping rhizomes over time and form large clumps. They perennialize and naturalize easily. They have beautiful, showy blooms, are long-lasting when cut, and are drought, deer and critter resistant. Plant late summer to early fall for early summer blooms. Prefers full sun.  Varieties available while supplies last: Beverly Sills, Champagne Elegance, Clarence, His Royal Highness, Pleasant Peasant, and Starting Fresh.

       
   
        White Zantedeschia aethiopica flowers in bloom in garden    
   
       

Calla Lily

       

AKA Zantedeschia aethiopica, Calla aethiopica, African Lily, Altar Lily, Garden Calla, Egyptian Lily, and Arum Lily. These large, stark white, tall blooms have a leafless stalk and are sensational in cut flower arrangements. Grow well in containers indoors or out. Beneficial to pollinators and attracts bees, butterflies and hummingbirds. Plant in fall for late spring to early summer blooms. Prefers full sun to partial shade.

       
   
        A closeup of a yellow crocus flower with a bee enjoying it and purple crocuses nearby    
   
       

Crocus

       

Plant Crocuses in the fall for late winter to early spring blooms—the first of the season. Crocuses naturalize well and are excellent among ground covers, in borders, rock gardens, under trees, among shrubs and in containers. These easy-to-grow flowers are beneficial to pollinators and attract bees. Prefers full sun to partial shade. Varieties available while supplies last: Large Flowering Mix, and Crocus Sativus 'Saffron'.

       
   
        A closeup of yellow trumpet daffodil narcissus flowers in bloom in the garden with white text on the bottom right that reads     
   
       

Daffodils

       

AKA Narcissus and Jonquil, Daffodils are winter hardy, multiply rapidly and flower in the spring. These easy-to-grow, long-lasting perennials are deer and critter resistant and naturalize well. Daffodils grow well in mass plantings, rock gardens, borders and containers, and make excellent cut flowers. Plant in fall for early spring to late spring blooms. Prefers full sun to partial shade. Varieties available while supplies last: All Sorts Mix, Ariel, Dutch Master, and Trumpet Mix.

       
   
        A White, Purple and Yellow Dutch Iris Mix    
   
       

Dutch Iris Mix  

       

AKA Iris hollandica and Goddess of the Rainbow, Dutch Irises add elegance to any garden. These exquisite, orchid-like flowers make long-lasting cut flowers, and grow well in containers, borders and mass plantings. Dutch Irises are deer and critter resistant. Plant in fall or spring for late spring blooms. Prefers full sun.

       
   
        A closeup of red, white, yellow, purple and pink freesia blooms in a glass jar, against a mint background    
   
       

Freesia

       

Exotic and colorful freesia blooms are known for their sweet fragrance and make long-lasting cut flowers. They grow well in mass plantings, rock gardens, borders and containers. Plant in fall or spring for late winter to early spring blooms. Prefers full sun to partial shade. Varieties available while supplies last: Double Mix, and Single Mix.

       
   
        Bright Pink, Purple, White and Light Pink Hyacinth Flowers in the garden    
   
       

Hyacinth Mix

       

These colorful blooms have a delightful, sweet fragrance. They can be forced to grow indoors and are perfect for containers, walkways, borders and cutting gardens. Hyacinths are deer and critter resistant. Plant in fall for early to mid-spring blooms. Prefers full sun to parital shade. 

       
   
        A closeup of white Siberian Tiger muscari blooms    
   
       

Muscari

       

The purple variety of Muscari is AKA Grape Hyacinth. These fragrant spring blooms grow well in mass plantings, borders, rock gardens, under trees, and in containers. These easy-to-grow blooms are deer and critter resistant, beneficial to pollinators, and make excellent cut flowers. Plant in fall for spring blooms. Prefer full sun to partial shade. Varieties available while supplies last: Armeniacum, and Siberian Tiger.

       
   
        A closeup of paperwhite flowers in bloom    
   
       

Paperwhite 'Ziva'

       

These pure white, petite flowers are deer resistant, fragrant and cold hardy. They make wonderful cut flowers and are fast growing. Plant in fall for early spring blooms. Prefers full sun or morning sun/afternoon shade. Available in bulk.

       
   
        A mix of colorful, recently-cut Ranunculs blooms placed on a wooden floor or table    
   
       

Ranunculus

       

AKA Butter Cress, Persian Buttercup, Crowfoot, Figwort and Spearwort.  These colorful, sheer petals resemble tissue roses. Blooms continuously for 5 to 6 weeks, grows well in containers and make great long-lasting cut flowers. Beneficial to pollinators and attracts bees and hummingbirds. Plant in fall for spring blooming (10-16 weeks after planting). Prefers full sun. Varieties available while supplies last: Mix, Picotee, Pink, Purple, and Yellow.

       
   
        A closeup of red and white striped Dawin Hybrid Tulips growing outside (with the text     
   
       

Tulip

       

These colorful, sturdy flowers bloom early to late spring, when planted in the fall.  They are easy-to-grow, great in mass plantings, rock gardens, cutting gardens and borders. Prefers full sun. Varieties available while supplies last: Darwin Hybrid Mix, and Non-Stop Pink.

       

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