Collection: Perennial Bulbs and Roots

No matter where you are in your gardening journey, you can always stand to add a few more perennial bulbs to the garden. Enrich your life with fragrant, fresh flowers from easy-to-grow perennial bulbs like Siberian irises and calla lilies. Plant a few each of spring-blooming beauties like tulips and hyacinth and sun-loving summer flowers like begonias and daylilies. The more you buy, the more you save–so stock up to maximize your savings.

Why perennial bulbs are a flower garden mainstay

  • 500+ gorgeous varieties
  • Easy to grow, low-maintenance blooms
  • Nectar-rich flowers attract pollinators and beneficial insects
  • Deer-resistant and drought-tolerant varieties

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Why perennial bulbs are a flower garden mainstay

  • 500+ gorgeous varieties
  • Easy to grow, low-maintenance blooms
  • Nectar-rich flowers attract pollinators and beneficial insects
  • Deer-resistant and drought-tolerant varieties

GROW THE BEST PERENNIAL FLOWER BULBS

There’s a reason that perennial bulbs are at the very top of most growers’ wishlists. There’s hardly an easier way to grow gorgeous cut flowers than with perennial bulbs. We know that we make your choice hard with over 500 varieties to choose from, but we truly want you to have your pick from the widest selection on the market!

We source our perennial bulbs from the best suppliers in Holland, Israel, and France, and we quality check every order before it leaves our warehouse—so you’re guaranteed to have the healthiest and most beautiful flowers around.

PROPAGATE PERENNIAL BULBS FOR MORE FLOWERS

Perennial flower bulbs are a set-it-and-forget-it crop that will come back year after year with a striking display of color and fragrance that only gets better with time.

Extremely easy to propagate, perennial bulbs will produce offshoot bulbs that can be carefully separated from the parent plant with a clean pair of garden pruners. Just make sure that each bulb has an “eye,” or sprout, and you’ll soon have perennial bulbs to share with friends (or more perennial flowers for your own garden)!

PLANT PERENNIAL BULBS IN THE FALL FOR SPRING BLOOMS

Most perennial bulbs are hardy enough to withstand freezing temperatures, so plant the bulbs in early fall so that the plants have time to develop a robust root system before winter sets in.

Perennial bulbs are easygoing plants that don’t require much to thrive. Well-draining, fertile soil with full sun is ideal, but some varieties of perennial bulbs tolerate partial shade. Many, but not all, perennial bulbs are also deer and pest-resistant, so you won’t lose sleep over your flower garden this season.

PERENNIAL BULBS PROVIDE FOOD AND HABITAT FOR POLLINATORS

Planting more perennial bulbs is one of the best steps you can do to protect native pollinators in your local area. Perennial bulbs offer reliable sources of nectar-rich flowers that bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds can count on year after year. Not only that, but perennial bulbs also provide year-round shelter for many beneficial insects.

If pollinators are your priority–or if you just love variety–be sure to order a range of different species and varieties that bloom at different times throughout the year, to ensure that there’s always something flowering in your garden.

MIX AND MATCH PERENNIAL BULB COLLECTIONS FOR MORE FLOWERS AND BETTER SAVINGS

Still stuck? Try one of our long-lasting collections—60 Days Of Tulips or 60 Days of Lilies—to enjoy up to two months of your favorite blooms. Stagger a few different mixes for fresh, fragrant flowers all summer long!

What are you waiting for? There’s never been a better time to get gardening and there’s never been an easier way to get started. Whether you’re new to gardening or just looking for something new to supplement your existing garden, we’ve got you.

Order your perennial bulbs today and we’ll ship them to you at just the right time. And while you wait, be sure to check out this primer on Planting Flower Bulbs for a quick refresh on growing gorgeous perennial flowers.

Fall is just around the corner, so order your perennial bulbs today and get started on that dream garden!