Many gardeners are becoming increasingly aware of the wide variety of summer and fall bulbs, corms, tubers, and tuberous rooted flowering perennial plants such as agapanthus, allium, cannas, and lycoris. Plants with these underground storage organs are collectively referred to as geophytes.
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Canna, Hedychium, Agapanthus, Crinum, Lycoris, Zephyranthes, Cyclamen, Habranthus, Allium, Sprekelia, Hippeastrealia, Amarcrinum, Dahlia, Oxalis and many more bulbs for the perennial garden reach far beyond the golden trumpets of daffodils so familiar in spring. Many gardeners are becoming increasingly aware of the wide variety of summer and fall bulbs, corms, tubers, and tuberous rooted flowering perennial plants such as agapanthus, allium, cannas, crinum, lycoris and hedychium.
When you buy bulbs you bring joy and surprise with new plants seeming to leap out of nowhere to display an amazing flower. Some of the most exotic, rarest and hardest to find new plants that we sell are bulbs. We scour the world and find the coolest exotic bulbs from far off places like China, Japan, and South Africa but also bring you rare and esoteric North American native geophytes. We offer some of the worlds largest collections of eucomis (pineapple lilies), zephyranthes and habranthus (rain lilies), crinum (crinum lilies), lycoris (surprise or hurricane lilies), hedychium (ginger lilies), and hymenocallis (spider lilies). Not only are we plant nuts ourselves, but we are fortunate to work with breeders and plant specialists around the world to bring you some of the rarest and most wonderful geophytes.