Fall Bulb Festival Presale
Introducing the Fall Bulb Festival’s new preorder option for bulbs! Order your bulbs online to ensure that you receive the items you want. Bulbs purchased from a leading Dutch supplier are delivered just days before the sale—timed to coincide with ideal planting conditions. Fresher and larger, these competitively-priced bulbs produce more stems and flowers. Get these beautiful and highly sought after bulbs before they sell out!
The bulb sale and preorder pick-up are located in Burnstein Hall of the Regenstein Center. Preordering is available to everyone. Regular Garden parking fees apply for pick-up. All preorders must be paid by credit card via the web. Preorders may be picked up in Burnstein Hall during the Fall Bulb Festival hours: Friday, October 5, noon - 4 p.m; Saturday and Sunday, October 6 and 7, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Additional bulbs may be purchased during these times at the Fall Bulb Festival.
Preorders are processed in the order received. Bulbs are subject to availability and substitutions are not allowed. To ensure that you receive what you want, we encourage you to preorder your bulbs early. Orders cannot be shipped.
A very tall stem (3-4’) supports the tightly formed, softball-sized, bluish to lilac-purple flower head. A great sculptural effect in the garden should be planted in a full sun location. This allium is wildlife resistant and generally blooms in June.
Delicate, true-blue, 1" round flower head is borne on 1-1½'stem in May-June. Easily grown; divides readily and naturalizes well. This allium is also wildlife resistant. Great in perennial beds and makes a wonderful cut flower. Plant 4" deep.
This large, showy, fragrant, upward-facing golden-yellow flower has a green eye and stands 18 – 24” tall. This daffodil is an excellent variety for massing or forcing. It blooms early to midseason and is exceptionally floriferous!
Narcissus ‘Bridal Crown’
A multi-flowering, three to six flowers per 14-16” stem, daffodil with white and saffron-colored incredibly fragrant blooms. Blooms mid – late in the spring season, is wildlife resistant and is a great forcer.
10 bulbs/ $6
This daffodil has unusual yellow cups with scarlet–orange accents and a green eye. Lush white petals surround 4" blooms and stands 14 – 16” tall. Prefers a full sun to part sun location and is wildlife resistant and blooms mid – late in the spring season.
Tulipa ‘Rem’s Favorite’
An absolutely stunning flower composed of deep purple-blue flames on pristine white petals – a knockout! It stands 12-24” tall depending on sun exposure and blooms mid spring.
This lovely clear yellow flower with elegantly flared petals stands 24” tall and is a sturdy selection that makes a strong statement when massed. It blooms mid to late in the spring.
Tulipa ‘Blue Spectacle’
The substantial, fully double flowers of this gorgeous hybrid are a deep violet-purple with some flushes of blue. It stands 12 – 16” tall and prefers full sun.
Tulipa ‘Sensual Touch’
This astonishing fully double flower stands 14-17” tall and looks more like a peony than a tulip. The blossoms combine shades of orange, apricot and tangerine with flushes of pink, and have lighter, frilled edges. Plant masses of this gorgeous flower - you won’t be disappointed! Blooms midseason in spring.
Anemone blanda ‘White Splendour’
Pure white flower with a yellow center stands 3 – 4” tall. This variety is the best perennializer and is wildlife resistant.
Hyacinthus orientalis ‘Delft Blue’
The soft, lilac-blue florets of this reliable early forcer, are beautifully fragrant. It stands 10” tall and is wildlife resistant.
Hyacinthus orientalis 'Chestnut Flower’
A very floriferous, dense spike of fragrant, soft pink, double flowers that are darker pink in the center. Stems reach 12” in height and enjoy a full sun location.
Spikes of heavenly fragrant and dark blue flowers perform best in full sun to part shade locations. Stems reach 6” and bloom in mid spring.
Hippeastrum ‘Red Pearl’
This gorgeous flower is rich red with a darker red throat. Stems reach 30 – 35”
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