The Fall Bulb Presale has ended, but you can buy bulbs at the Fall Bulb Festival October 4 - 6.
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 4, noon - 4 p.m; Saturday and Sunday, October 5 and 6, 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.
|Allium ‘Silver Spring’ |
These dazzling 4” clusters of silvery, lilac-white florets with garnet-purple centers, have a remarkably appealing licorice fragrance and reach 26 inches in height. A beautiful selection from Israel that blooms in early June requires full sun and is wildlife resistant.
Anemone blanda Mix
Cute, colorful, carefree, daisylike blooms in a mix of hot pink, pure white, and deep purple. They naturalize in areas of full to partial shade easily to provide a welcomed spring spectacle year after year. Anemone blanda stands 6 inches tall and is wildlife resistant.
Blooms of lilac and white striped petals, with bright orange stamens, produces about three flowers per stem, standing 4 – 6 inches tall.
Plant large clumps of these delicate white flowers that have a touch of green at the base of the inner petal. These harbingers of spring that sparkle even through a late winter snow, are always a most welcome sight. Galanthus ikariae stands 5 – 8 inches tall, thrives in partial sun and is wildlife resistant.
Hyacinthus ‘Peter Styverssant’
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.
Midseason to Late
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.
Narcissus ‘Bell Song’
Early to Midseason
Tulipa ‘Christina Van Kooten’