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Gift Kit - Paperwhites Forcing Kit (Small)

$25.00

Paperwhites Forcing Kit! (1 Bulb in a Terracotta Pot) A lovely gift complete with 1 'Inbal' paperwhite bulb, terracotta pot, and a soil wafer.  Simply mix the soil with water and watch it expand! Plant the bulbs near the surface of the soil...

Gift Kit - Tulip Forcing Kit (Small)

$19.00

  Tulips Forcing Kit! (1 Bulb in a Terracotta Pot) We love these gift sets because they brighten up the house or patio the second they arrive and are planted. Visitors will say "I love that pot, where did you get it?"  A few weeks later, as...

Oxblood Lily or "Schoolhouse Lily" - 4 bulbs

$20.00

The Southern Bulb Co. is proud to offer the rare Oxblood lily! Sometimes called the School House lily, these hardy plants frequently make appearances in older neighborhoods of Central Texas. Oxblood lily flower bulbs bloom with a vivid display of several...

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Gladiolus byzantinus 'Byzantine Gladiolus'

$30.00

 Gladiolus byzantinus One of the best performers in April is the true heirloom Byzantine gladiolus (Gladiolus byzantinus). Many colorful, large blooming imitators tend to "fall over" in normal gardens and require more maintenance than most are...

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Hippeastrum vittatum

$30.00

One of the parents of the hardy amaryllis is the Hippeastrum vittatum.  It is a cold hardy amaryllis that is white with purple striping.  These bloomers are reliable every spring and bloom along side our other heirloom amaryllis friends. ...

Yellow Spider Lily (Lycoris aurea) 5 Bulbs

$20.00

Lycoris aurea The yellow spider lily is a beauty that glows in the garden with a yellow-gold like color. Softball sized flowers stand atop 18-24'' stalks. This bulb is for warmer zones and climates, but it survives well in our Zone 8 garden by the house...

'Twin Sisters' Narcissus - 20 Bulbs for $20

$20.00

Narcissus x medioluteus March offers many opportunities for garden color, but as April approaches, daffodil blooms become scarce. One April blooming narcissus, N. x medioluteus (also called "Twin Sisters" or "April Beauty") affords the opportunity of a...

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Naked Lady (Lycoris squamigera) 5 Bulbs

$20.00

For Zones 6-8a! Call these Naked Ladies, Surprise Lilies, Magic Lilies, or Resurrection Lilies. You will be shocked in late July when these large trumpet blooms open for you. My original stock came from an old turn-of-the-century home in a Northeast...

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Claude Davis (LARGE)

$30.00

Crinum 'claude davis' Reminiscent of the Ellen Bosanquet, the Claude Davis is a sight to behold. Late May through mid June, it offers solid stocks and beautiful dark pink blooms with a pleasing fragrance. It is cold hardy, growing well in zone 8, but...

Claude Davis (Regular)

$20.00

Crinum 'claude davis' Reminiscent of the Ellen Bosanquet, the Claude Davis is a sight to behold. Late May through mid June, it offers solid stocks and beautiful dark pink blooms with a pleasing fragrance. It is cold hardy, growing well in zone 8, but...

Crinum Bradley - Regular

$25.00

  Crinum 'Bradley' proudly opens wide her petals to unfurl in a pink masterpiece. The fragrance is nice and the display stunning. After five years in propagation at The Southern Bulb Company, we're proud to offer very healthy bulbs to our customers...

Crinum Mrs. James Hendry - Small

$20.00

Order while supplies last. Contact info@southernbulbs.com to be on the waiting list for this product. Crinum 'Mrs. James Hendry'This repeat summer blooming crinum acts much like it's more common brother Milk and Wine lily crinums, blooming soon after a...

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Narcissus tazetta "Golden Dawn" - 20 Bulbs!

$20.00

From the lowest regions of the South to the Zone 7 areas, this bulb multiplies and blooms year after year. Since the first half of the last century, this treasure has done nothing but impress and delight warm climate gardeners. It is not steeped in...

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Tulipa praecox "Texas Tulip"

$25.00

Tulipa praecox For generations, gardeners have longed for a low-maintenance, naturalizing tulip for the southern United States. In the absence of a "warm-climate tulip," many have practiced a "chill, plant, dig" regimen in order to grow imported tulips...