Collection: Fall Bulb Sale

Welcome to a dangerous page–all of these gorgeous fall bulbs are on sale! You’ll have to have some major self-restraint to hold yourself back from these discounted beauties. Snag a few treasured classics like daffodils and tulips, but consider trying something a little more unusual like fritillaria or hyacinth. Your savings from shopping this page might even be enough to buy a few extra bulbs for your garden!

Why we get so excited about discounted fall-planted bulbs

  • Cold-hardy bulbs suitable for all regions of North America
  • Fragrant, colorful flowers attract pollinators
  • Perennial bulbs come back year after year
  • Popular cut flowers and landscaping plants

Why we get so excited about discounted fall-planted bulbs

  • Cold-hardy bulbs suitable for all regions of North America
  • Fragrant, colorful flowers attract pollinators
  • Perennial bulbs come back year after year
  • Popular cut flowers and landscaping plants

Favorite fall bulbs on sale for a limited time

The moment you’ve been waiting for all year: your favorite fall bulbs are finally on sale! Tulips, daffodils, hyacinth, and crocus—all the essential fall-planted flower bulbs for a fraction of the cost. Check back frequently because we’re constantly updating and marking down these treasured fall bulbs.

Fall bulbs are essential to any garden—these are the rugged workhorses that overwinter and somehow still flower well before any other species. The hardy perennial bulbs are integral to the ecosystem, providing needed habitat and early sources of nectar for native pollinators.

Discounted fall bulbs are easy to grow and maintain

Fortunately, fall bulbs are easy to plant as they are quick to grow. First, choose a planting location in fertile, well-draining soil. While most flowering plants require full sun to thrive, several species of fall-planted bulbs, like tulips, can tolerate some partial shade.

Dig a hole about twice as deep as the bulb is tall, and place the bulb with the pointy end facing the surface. Individual plants are beautiful, but fall-planted bulbs really shine when planted in groups. Color and fragrance are more likely to pop with en mass plantings, more quickly catching your neighbor's eye and the attention of any local pollinators.

While it’s ideal to plant fall bulbs several weeks before your area’s first fall frost, you can plant some fall bulbs in early and mid-winter. Any later than that, however, and you’re better off chilling the bulbs in your refrigerator for three months and planting out in early spring. Learn all there is to know about planting fall bulbs in our Flower Bulbs Plating Guide.

Bargain bulbs from premier suppliers is a deal too good to pass up

Fall bulbs don’t go on clearance because they’re any lesser quality than full-priced bulbs—we likely just have an overstock of that particular variety, or maybe we’re just feeling generous!

Don’t let the price tag on these bargain fall bulbs concern you—on the contrary, you should stock up. Put your extra dollars towards other garden needs or use the leftover money to buy even more bulbs than you could before.

Like all other Eden Brothers’ flower bulbs, we source our fall-planted bulbs from the best suppliers to provide you with the highest quality flower bulbs on the market. We’ll wait to ship your fall bulbs to you until the perfect planting window in your growing zone, so you don’t have to stress about storing bulbs all summer. Once your fall bulbs arrive in the mail, it’s time to plant!

At this point in the season, autumn may seem like years away, but don’t be fooled. September will be here before you know it—so pre-order your fall bulbs today, while they’re still on sale. Once we start marking down the price these beauties go fast, so don’t waste any time locking down your favorite varieties at a discounted price.