I am a lazy gardener. I thoroughly enjoy my garden's displays, but I don't love working to hard to get them. Bulbs give me, by far, the most "bang for my buck". I bring in bulbs from at least 4 different growers and distributors who in-turn bring them in from all over the globe. The VAST majority of our bulbs are long lived perennials, that will last for years and years. Many of them will naturalize and increase in numbers. Most are never bothered by rodents or deer. Narcissus (Daffodils and close relatives) are foremost among these tough bulbs and we have an enormous selection in every shape, size, fragrance, color and bloom time. We also have a wide variety of "wildflower" bulbs that look great in a wildflower garden or en masse in a perennial bed. Allium, Fritilaria, Tritielia, Scilla, Chionodoxa. We also have locally native Camas Lilies and Sierra Fawnlilies (arriving 10/10).
Posted on Wed, October 5, 2011
by Eric Larusson