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Crinum de Powell

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White Crinum Lily

Crinum lilies are tough, low maintenance plants that flower prolifically on three to four foot stalks from early spring to midsummer and sometimes again later in the season. Lush, robust foliage is a beautiful addition to the garden all summer. Will thrive and multiply year after year.

Crinum de Powell

Pink Crinum Lily

Crinum lilies are tough, low maintenance plants that flower prolifically on three to four foot stalks from early spring to midsummer and sometimes again later in the season. Lush, robust foliage is a beautiful addition to the garden all summer. Will thrive and multiply year after year.

Lycoris

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Spider Lily

No other bulb is as classically Southern as a red spider lily. Along the Gulf Coast they are sometimes called hurricane lilies, often blooming a brilliant scarlet-red a week after the storm has passed. The foliage stays green well through the winter and into late spring.

Narcisse

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Narcissus

'Golden Dawn' boasts pale yellow petals with gold cups and is a must have daffodil for every warm-climate garden. Two to three flower stalks emerge from each bulb, providing color and fragrance over an extended period of time.

Crinum

Crinum

Burgundy flowers bloom two to three times starting mid summer and are usually triggered after a good rain. Flowers emit a spicy fragrance. Glossy, lime green leaves make this hybrid variety an attractive garden plant even when it isn't flowering.

Jacinthe d'Espagne

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'Spanish Bluebells'

Delightful, rich blue, bell-shaped flowers grace these first-rate naturalizers in the spring. Plants spread by bulb offsets and also produce seeds. They grow well in all types of soil, in sun or shade and require little care.

Narcisse

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Narcissus

'Grand Primo' boasts long-lasting white blooms with pale yellow cups with a pleasant fragrance that is less overpowering than that of the paper whites. Naturalizes readily and is known for being well-suited to problem sites.

Nivéole d'été

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Heirloom Snowflake

Delicate white flowers on glossy, green, grasslike foliage. Easy to grow; a highly adapatable bulb that can be grown in just about any type of soil. Naturalizes easily and looks great planted at the base of trees or at the edge of woodland areas.

Ail Géant

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Ail Géant

Attention-grabbing, softball-sized flowers on slender stems. Most attractive planted in groups with sturdy neighboring plants to support the heavy blooms and to conceal the foliage as it fades. Attracts butterflies to the garden. Lovely in fresh cut bouquets.

Étoile de Bethléem

Étoile de Bethléem

Brilliant, dense clusters of star-shaped orange flowers above thick, fleshy leaves in early spring. Long-blooming. An unusual flowering plant for the cut flower garden or containers.

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