Friday, April 4, 2008

Bulb Sale!!

stargazer lily
Hurry these are going fast!! This is the second type they've repenished them.
Stargazer lilies are the Deal of the Week at Holland Bulb Farms!!

Stargazer Lily with 12 bulbs per bag will bloom this mid to late summer (2008) filling your garden with a burst of color and fragrance. These hardy plants can be planted in the spring and will tolerate the winter and bloom beautifully for many years.Grows 24-36" tall. 14/16 cm bulbs. Zone 3 to 9

12 bulbs for only $7.19!!! This is a STEAL!!

They have lots of great specials everyday and some everyweek. HBF has a great Product Guarantee. You'll never have to worry when ordering from them!!

10 comments:

Nisrine said...

Hey Daisey,

do you think I should get this? Will it be good for the backyard or the front?

Nisrine

Daisy K @ With a Green Thumb said...

They would be great anywhere!! Even in pots!! This is a great site you can look thru as well for ideas! At this price I don't think anyone should pass them up!!

Thanks for looking!! See you soon!!
D

Nisrine said...

Thanks Daisey.
I went ahead and ordered them, its $15 total w/ S&H. I ll let you know when I get them so you can tell me what to do with them (LOL) :)

Nisrine said...

Hey Daisy,

I need your help :(
I bought some flower bubls form Lowes and now I dunno where to plant them. where do you think Ishould plant them? I got phlox starfire and Gladiolus. Also, I got some vegetable seeds but now I see that walgreens has them on sale this week. Do youthink Ishould return those to lowes and gget the one at walgreens? are they good?

Candace said...

I love these, they are so hardy!
Mine get to be over 5 feet each year. Do you know if you can top them for more blooms?

Daisy K @ With a Green Thumb said...

Nisrine - You can put the bulbs in containers this season since your beds and borders arent ready yet. As for the seeds, if you rather the ones from Walgreens go ahead and get them. Whatever you don't use be sure to store on a cool dry place for use next year. I usually keep mine in a ziploc near my seasonings. Not all seeds will germinate. Did you happen to get any of the peat starters?? They make it really easy to see which seeds are growing and they are super easy to transplant this way later.
My youngest has the croup so we aren't getting out much this week. Maybe I can come by next week and see what we can do.

Daisy K @ With a Green Thumb said...

Candace - Cutting them won't bring more blooms to that stalk but you should be getting more than 1 stalk per bulb. It is important to leave some and the stalk and quite a few leaves after you cut the bloom. THis will allow those leaves to absorb enough nutrients to carry the bulb through the winter. Here's a great link with tips for growing lilies
http://www.easytogrowbulbs.com/index.asp?PageAction=Custom&ID=56

Daisy

The Happy Housewife said...

I am so glad you commented on my blog, so I could find your blog.
I am sure I am going to learn so much!
Toni

Nisrine said...

How about next week on Monday? The kids can come and play together Call me when you can, do you still have my number?
I got the peet thing from Lowes as well as some seeds but I thinkIm goin to return some of them and get them from walgreens instead.

Daisy K @ With a Green Thumb said...

Toni - I hope you find some useful info here. I know I always read great posts on your blog!!!

Nisrine - Monday sounds great!!We can set up a time later.