HAS Fall Bulb Sale

*Notice Change of Date!*October 9, 2021 11:00am-3:00pm

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Where:  HAS Cottage Backyard (224 Mesa Rd.)

When :  October 9, 2021 11:00am-3:00pm

It seems like 2021 is flying by and now that we are heading into fall, it’s time to turn our thoughts to planting bulbs for pops of spring color!  The HAS, once again, is offering a nice selection of spring bulbs for sale. This year, our offerings are:

Tulips

Pinocchio: dwarf tulip with bright scarlet red flowers with cream edges and purple-marked leaves, good for naturalizing

Quebec: multi-flowering, shorter tulip (3-5 flowers/bulb) with a cup-shaped open flower in buttercup yellow with a scarlet stripe down the middle, good for naturalizing 

Ballerina: tall, fragrant, tulip with a striking tangerine orange color

Claudia: late-spring-flowering bulb, rose-purple with white margins–see photo above 

Doll’s Minuet: tall, dark pink lily-shaped flower with green accent

Daffodils

Dutch Master: all-yellow daffodil, great for naturalizing

Mount Hood: all-white daffodil with a giant trumpet, good for naturalizing

Bantam: early, tall daffodil with red-orange rimmed cup against yellow petals

Pink Charm: large-flowered daffodil with white petals and apricot dipped cup; good for naturalizing

Raoul Wallenberg: large 5”-cup daffodil with light yellow petals and canary yellow cup

Poeticus Recurvis: Pheasant’s Eye Daffodil—white petals with a small, red-rimmed yellow cup; fragrant

Geranium: multi-flowering (3-6 flowers/stem); white petals with deep orange cup; sweet scent and strong stems

Martinette: sweet-smelling, multi-flowering (3-20 flowers on a stem) daffodil; yellow petals and an orange trumpet

Minnow: a Tazetta-type daffodil; small and fragrant with light yellow petals and lemon-yellow cups 

Crocus

Dorothy: a bright-yellow species crocus; one of the first to bloom in spring

Ruby Giant: a purple, star-shaped crocus with bright orange anthers

Hyacinths

Aida: a fragrant hyacinth with a dense spike of dark-blue flowers

Pink Pearl: highly fragrant with dense fuchsia-purple spikes with pale-ink edges

Allium

Ambassador: one of the tallest alliums with dark purple, 8” globes

Gladiator: late-spring allium with a 6” lavender-blue globe on 3-4ft stems

Globe master: the largest globe allium (8-10”) on 2-3ft stems; violet color 

Muscari

Armeniacum:  cobalt-blue grape-hyacinth with white edges; mid-late spring bulbs, can naturalize 

Specialties

Iris Harmony: very early dwarf iris with royal blue coloring and white-rimmed gold crest

Scilla Siberica: early-spring blooming, species squill; bell-shaped flowers, 2-5 per stem

 We will also be selling some beautiful early-spring iris that are divisions from the Heritage Garden. They are a dark-purple, dwarf variety. Also, this year we will not be having a members-only sale time, so do come early for the best selection.


Photo Credit: Kathy Brown

 

  *Due to delays in harvesting bulbs in the Netherlands, as well as shipping delays, we had to push back the date of the bulb sale.