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Spring Bulbs Have Arrived

Ever wandered by the bulb displays in the greenhouse and wondered how a package filled with peat moss and gangly roots could bring colour to your garden? Easily….and economically too! Here are some of our favourites for 2018, for great tips on starting spring bulbs visit our Helpful Tips pdf.

 

DAHLIA

Café Au Lait

This dinnerplate dahlia sold incredibly early last year so we’ve ordered extras! A very unusual shade of creamy tan and pink make this a wonderful companion to deep green and burgundy tones. Huge 9” blooms.

 

 
 
Coupe de soleil

No bloom is the same on this decorative type selection. Blooms appear in varying combos of mango and creamy pink. Blooms are 4” across, plants grow to 40” tall.

 

 

 

 
Smokey Amethyst

A beautiful blend of lilac and grape purple/white blooms.

 


 

 

GLADIOLUS

Glamini Mix

Glamini are a compact form of gladiolus that are a bit better suited to most flower borders or containers, and make for a fantastic cutflower. Height is only 20”, a mix of pinks, purples, oranges, yellow and white.

 

 

 

 
 
Zita

A very unusual combo of light lime green splashed with fuchsia pink. Grows up to 40”, a stunning cutflower.

 

 

 

 

 

 
Cum Laude

A very pretty blend of clear white and rose pink on 40” tall stems.
 

 

 

 

CANNA

Canna are a great choice to grow yourself, as many of the unique canna selections are unavailable as finished plants in the greenhouse. They love warmth and sunshine and will add a tropical touch to containers.

 
 
Canna Angelique

Bring the tropics to your yard! Huge, paddle shaped leaves in a purple-bronze tone are accented by spikes of pretty coral pink blooms in summer.

 

 

 

 
Canna Australis

Striking black purple foliage is a great contrast to the brilliant red blooms held on tall 60” stems.

 

 

 

 

 
Canna Durban

Tropical foliage is red, yellow and green beneath bright orange blooms on 4’ stems.

 

 

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