Spring-Planted Flower Bulbs

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  1. Cactus Dahlia Nuit D'ete, Nuit D'ete Cactus Dahlia

    ‘Nuit D’Ete’ Cactus Dahlia packs a punch with dramatic scarlet flowers, cartwheeling like fireworks through the garden. Wake up your flower bed with these prolific flowers – ...

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    Nuit D'ete Cactus Dahlia Nuit D'ete Cactus Dahlia Cactus Dahlia Nuit D'ete
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    ‘Nuit D’Ete’ Cactus Dahlia packs a punch with dramatic scarlet flowers, cartwheeling like fireworks through the garden. Wake up your flower bed with these prolific flowers – the 5” blooms are just as elegant in your garden as they are in your vase. Good news: the more you cut them, the more blossoms you will have, so be sure to plant plenty for beautiful bouquets. Pollinator and bee-friendly and excellent for cut flowers.
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  2. Dahlia Rip City, Rip City Dahlia

    ‘Rip City’ Dahlia sports sultry burgundy blossoms that deepen to an almost black center, setting off the summer garden with dramatic flair. The bold reds of the velvety 4-6" flow...

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    Rip City Dahlia Rip City Dahlia Dahlia Rip City
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    ‘Rip City’ Dahlia sports sultry burgundy blossoms that deepen to an almost black center, setting off the summer garden with dramatic flair. The bold reds of the velvety 4-6" flowers glow against its deep green foliage. An exceptional bloomer and pollinator favorite, ‘Rip City’ will bloom from mid-summer to frost keeping your garden and vase full of luscious flowers.
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Spring-Planted Bulb Garden In Summer

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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