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This early spring blooming variety is quite cold tolerant and can add another dimension to your spring garden. Lovely double periwinkle blue spikes of flower stand above green strappy leaves.

This is one of my favorite late spring flowers in the garden.  You will get a full 6 weeks of bloom with interesting seed head after that.  These are a little more expensive, but worth the investment, since they come back reliably year after year!

This parrot tulip collection will really pop in your garden with bright pink, red and green flowers.  These are late bloomers, so they don't get caught by a late spring frost.

This is a true sweetheart of a tulip with Coral Orange petals that are fringed on the edges.

You will get more bang for your buck with these tulips.  They are in the bunching family of flowers and get 3-5 white striped red blossoms per stem!

I am always attracted to the double forms of tulips, and this one is especially attractive with a fringed edge. This one looks like an orange carnation.

Unusual tulip collection with brushes of burgandy on white flowers mixed with dark burgandy accent flowers.

  • Manufacturer: Burpee

You’ve loved the Burpee line of flowers and vegetables over the years, it’s one of the most recognized names in the garden industry. We have selected a wide range of vegetables that will shine in your garden this season. Plan to include some of the new Antioxidant “Boost” tomatoes and cucumbers to your garden list. Their vitamin and nutrient levels are off the charts, making them a perfect addition to your summer meals.

Our cooler is filling up with all sorts of fantastic new bulb varieties that will put on a show in your summer flower bed. Don’t wait too long, these will be flying out our doors with their fantastic color and size potential. I am in love with “Sir Alfred Ramsay” a delicious concoction of dark pink and creamy white. I can’t wait to get one of these in the garden! We’ve got other great colors as well as bulb collections of gladiolas and cannas.

Our customers are becoming more concious of the food that they are growing for their families so we are continuing to carry the all organic Seeds of Change garden vegetables and flowers. These are USDA certified organic and include a lot of heirloom varieties. February, March and April are great months to get your seeds started indoors for spring transplanting in May.