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  1. Sandersonia aurantiaca | Chinese Lantern Lily, Christmas Bells, High Country Gardens

    Chinese Lantern Lily/Christmas Bells (Sandersonia aurantiaca) have eye-catching blooms that add a touch of whimsy to a late spring/early summer garden. Orange/yellow delicate flowers...

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    Chinese Lantern Lily (Christmas Bells, Sandersonia) Chinese Lantern Lily (Christmas Bells, Sandersonia) Sandersonia aurantiaca
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    Chinese Lantern Lily/Christmas Bells (Sandersonia aurantiaca) have eye-catching blooms that add a touch of whimsy to a late spring/early summer garden. Orange/yellow delicate flowers cover the plant with thimble-sized bells, highlighting other colors in the garden with its harmonious nature. Easy-to-grow and deer resistant, they make great cut flowers, lasting up to three weeks. Hardy in zones 9-10, grow as an annual in colder areas.

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  2. Gladiolus Plum Tart (Bulb), Purple Gladiolus, Hot Pink Gladiolus

    Give Gladiolus ‘Plum Tart’ a try and you’ll be glad you did. Dramatic magenta-purple flowers fill the tall stems of this hardy plant and combined with its sword-like foliage yo...

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    Plum Tart Gladiolus Plum Tart Gladiolus Gladiolus Plum Tart
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    Give Gladiolus ‘Plum Tart’ a try and you’ll be glad you did. Dramatic magenta-purple flowers fill the tall stems of this hardy plant and combined with its sword-like foliage you have a combo of intense summer color and strong vertical elements, giving your summer garden a fresh chapter. Easy-to-grow, Gladiolus ‘Plum Tart’ is 36-44 inches tall making it perfect for a perennial bed or as a key element in a cutting garden. Hardy in zones 8-11, they can be grown in cooler zones as annuals.

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  3. Dinnerplate Dahlia Cambridge, Yellow Dahlia

    Dinner Plate Dahlia ‘Cambridge’ has 8-10 inch double yellow flowers stippled and streaked with red, resembling a giant, sunny bloom spun through with red paint. This plant grows ...

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    Cambridge Dinnerplate Dahlia Cambridge Dinnerplate Dahlia Dinnerplate Dahlia Cambridge
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    Dinner Plate Dahlia ‘Cambridge’ has 8-10 inch double yellow flowers stippled and streaked with red, resembling a giant, sunny bloom spun through with red paint. This plant grows to a stately 36-40 inches, making it a great choice for mid-summer color where height is desired. Plant tubers in the spring in compost enriched garden soil once the soil has warmed. Dahlias need full sun (at least 6 hours/day). Enjoy flowers from mid-summer through fall. Great as cut flowers, pollinators love them too. Hardy in zones 8-10. Grow as annuals elsewhere.

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  4. Aztec Lily Sprekelia formosissima

    The highlights of the Aztec lily are its spectacular bold red petals and bright green strap-like foliage. Not true lilies, Aztec Lilies (Sprekelia formosissima) belong to the Amaryll...

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    Aztec Lily Aztec Lily Sprekelia formosissima
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    The highlights of the Aztec lily are its spectacular bold red petals and bright green strap-like foliage. Not true lilies, Aztec Lilies (Sprekelia formosissima) belong to the Amaryllis family. Native to Mexico, they love heat. Spring blooming and may re-bloom. Makes a lovely container plant. Cold hardy in zones 8-10. 6-12" tall.
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Spring-Planted Flower Bulbs

Spring-planted bulbs are a great way to add color your gardens--just plant and you'll have blooms in only a few months. They're very adaptable to a wide range of growing conditions and easy-to-grow. They're a great choice for beginning gardeners! Spring-planted bulbs are excellent at providing fill-in color in new perennial beds the first couple of growing seasons while the perennials size up. They also provide lots of color and texture in container gardens, making nice companion plants for flowering annuals.

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