Friday, October 7, 2016
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The other day our bulb grower mentioned that they had a number of exceptionally unique and rare bulbs available this fall. Being B.C's plant specialists, we snapped them up right away. Here are 7 unique, if not rare bulbs for Fall 2016

Rare Bulbs Fall 2016

Silver Chimes Narcissi

Silver Chimes is a fragrant, multi-headed triandrus Narcissi. Each stem will produce six plus flowers per stem. Flowers are pure white with a small yellow cup. An excellent choice for cut flower displays. Great for naturalizing. Grows to a height of 12 inches. Prefers full to part sun. Flowers in late spring, usually April through May. Deer resistant.

Diskcissel Narcissus jonquilla

Dickcissel Daffodil produces beautiful lemon yellow trumpet shaped flowers with white throats and centers at the end of its stems. Flowers are fragrant and bloom in mid to late spring. Very attractive when planted in groups. Leaves are grass-like and remain dark green in colour. Grows to a height 10 inches. Prefers full to part sun. Great for naturalizing and deer resistant.

Jenny Narcissus cyclamineus

Jenny Narcissus Cyclamineus produces elegant milky-white petals and a lemon trumpet that fades to creamy white. Flowers emerge in March to April and are very distinctive in appearance. Windswept petals are accented by long trumpets. Flowers stand up well to wind and rain making it ideal for west coast. Ideal for naturalizing too. Grows to a height of 12 inches. Prefers full to part sun.

Diamond Ring Narcissi bulbocodium

Diamond Ring is a very floriferous Dutch selection of Narcissi bulbocodium. Cute, small, bright hellow hoop-shaped flowers are accented by thin green foliage in mid spring, typically, late March. Grows to a height of 6 inches. Prefers full to part sun. Great for naturalizing and Deer resistant

Rare Bulbs Fall 2016

Tommansinianus Snow Crocus

Beautiful pale lavender to deep reddish purple flowers grow on this Heirloom Snow Crocus bulb from 1847. Silvery or creamy accents may appear on the outside of the flower. It naturalizes beautiful and claims to be squirrel resistant as well. Grows to a height of 3 inches. Prefers full to part sun. Flowers in early spring.

G.P. Baker Corydalis

G.P. Baker is a much sought after spectacular dark pink, almost red Corydalis. An excellent perennial variety for creating an unusual splash of colour in a woodland setting. Flowers in late Spring. Grows to a height of 6 inches. Great for naturalizing. Deer resistant. Plant in full to part sun.

Allium Red Mohican

Red Mohican is a flowering allium (onion) with an unusual Bordeaux red colour and a white crest. It’s a form of Allium amethystinus that Flowers in late Spring. Stems are bent when they first appear but gradually straighten out before the flower develops. Grows to a height of 40 inches. An excellent garden plant to attract bees and butterflies as well as being a wonderful cut flower that can last up to 3 weeks. Prefers full to part sun and well drained fertile soil. It is great for naturalizing and is also Deer resistant.

We hope you enjoy these wonderful selections as much as we do! If you are making a special trip, please call ahead 604.882.1201, to confirm availability, as they may sell out quickly.

Rebecca van der Zalm

Rebecca van der Zalm

Rebecca is an owner and the ‘Plant Boss’ of Art’s Nursery Garden & Home, a large family owned garden centre in Surrey. Fueled by her passion for plants and the occasional grande vanilla latte, Rebecca strives to share her love of gardening at every opportunity. The goal: to offer more service, more selection and more fun.
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