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Alliums

Low-growing Alliums

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Low-growing Allium
Blue-of-the-Heavens Flowering Onion
6401 Allium caeruleum Gorgeous flax-blue florets form 1½" dense umbels. Hardy variety from Siberia formerly called formerly called Allium azureum,... read more

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Low-growing Allium
Lily Leek
6402 Allium moly Flowering onion with bright yellow 2-3" upright umbels, naturalizing easily in sunny borders, rock gardens, light woods and under... read more

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Low-growing Allium
Pink Lily Leek
6403 Allium oreophilum Bright fuchsia-rose florets with darker midribs are held in a 2" semi-loose umbel. Lightly fragrant florets are larger than... read more

Crocuses

Jumbo Crocus

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Jumbo Crocus
‘Flower Record’
6431 Crocus vernus Deep violet-mauve flowers with a purple base. Spreads readily. Popular since its introduction in Victorian times as Crocus Purpurea... read more

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Jumbo Crocus
‘Pickwick’
6432 Crocus vernus Marble-white petals striped and tinged with lilac-purple veins.

4–6" tall. Very Early to Early Spring blooms, Z3-8, 8-9cm bulbs.

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Jumbo Crocus
‘Yellow Mammoth’
6428 Crocus x luteus The classic big yellow crocus, perhaps the most popular crocus variety for well over 300 years. Sold under many names: the... read more

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Jumbo Crocus
Jumbo Crocus mix
6433 Crocus vernus Yellow, white, purple, blue and stripes, for large-scale naturalizing or border plantings.

4–6" tall. Very Early to Early Spring

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Species Crocus

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Species Crocus
‘Blue Pearl’
6423 Crocus chrysanthus Pale blue petals with a bronze base outside, pearly white and pale blue inside with a yellow base.

3–4" tall. Very Early Spring

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Species Crocus
‘Cream Beauty’
6424 Crocus chrysanthus Light eggnog cream with a slightly darker base and orange stamens. This beauty is not one of the usual crocus colors, but plays... read more

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Species Crocus
‘Dorothy’
6425 Crocus chrysanthus Bright deep orange-yellow inside with a light feathering of bronze on the base outside.

3–4" tall. Very Early Spring blooms,

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Species Crocus
‘Prins Claus’
6426 Crocus chrysanthus White petals brushed with dark violet on the outside, white inside with bright orange stamens.

3–4" tall. Very Early Spring

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Species Crocus
‘Ruby Giant’
6430 Crocus tommasinianus Deep purplish red slender flowers with a lighter base and margins. Pointy petals, 1-2 flowers per corm, and a very... read more

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Species Crocus
‘Snow Bunting’ sold out
6427 Crocus chrysanthus Winter white with a gold center, very lightly feathered grey-blue on the outside. Lightly fragrant.

3–4" tall. Very Early Spring

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Species Crocus
Species Crocus mix
6421 Crocus A mix of types and colors blooming in very early spring, mostly Snow Crocus C. chrysanthus, with some of the other small, low-growing... read more

Garlic

Garlic Sampler

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Garlic Sampler - ECO sold out
6236 Allium sativum Not sure what type of garlic to grow? Overwhelmed by the choices? Try our sampler: three bulbs each of four hardneck varieties. Our... read more

Hardneck Marbled Purple Stripe Garlic

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Giant Turkish Red - ECO sold out
6231 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Robust full-bodied garlic flavor and excellent storage qualities make Giant Turkish appealing. Each bulb... read more

Hardneck Porcelain Garlic

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Hardneck Porcelain Garlic
Georgian Crystal - ECO sold out
6221 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon This fine Porcelain type is sure to please those who desire large cloves. Similar in taste to German Extra... read more

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Hardneck Porcelain Garlic
Georgian Fire - Organic sold out
6222 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon We love this fiery Porcelain, with more bite than Georgian Crystal. Its pungent taste is loved by garlic... read more

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Georgian Fire - ECO sold out, try 6221 or 6222!
6223 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon We love this fiery Porcelain, with more bite than Georgian Crystal. Its pungent taste is loved by garlic... read more

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Hardneck Porcelain Garlic
German Extra-Hardy - Organic
6224 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Selected for size. Big Porcelain bulbs typically yield four huge cloves; range is 3–5. White outer skin, rusty... read more

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German Extra-Hardy - ECO sold out, try 6224!
6225 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Selected for size. Big Porcelain bulbs typically yield four huge cloves; range is 3–5. White outer skin, rusty... read more

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Hardneck Porcelain Garlic
Music - Organic sold out
6226 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Similar to German Extra Hardy, with large succulent cloves. Al Music brought this Porcelain type from Italy to... read more

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Hardneck Porcelain Garlic
Music - ECO
6227 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Similar to German Extra Hardy, with large succulent cloves. Al Music brought this Porcelain type from Italy to... read more

Hardneck Purple Stripe Garlic

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Chesnok Red - Organic sold out
6228 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Also known as Shvelisi, the name of the village in the Republic of Georgia where it was collected in the ’80s.... read more

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Chesnok Red - ECO sold out
6229 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Also known as Shvelisi, the name of the village in the Republic of Georgia where it was collected in the ’80s.... read more

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Duganskij - ECO sold out
6230 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Also known as Samarkind and Persian Star, though originally from Kazakhstan. Late-maturing Duganskij (dew-gan... read more

Hardneck Rocambole Garlic

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Hardneck Rocambole Garlic
German Red - Organic
6232 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Has red-burgundy skin and light brown cloves, with double cloves common. 6–12 cloves per bulb. Stores well up... read more

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Italian Easy Peel - ECO sold out
6233 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon The name says a lot about this fine variety originally from northern Italy, with 6–9 easy-peeling cloves. It... read more

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Hardneck Rocambole Garlic
Russian Red - Organic
6234 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Named for its mottled burgundy skin, and said to have been brought to the Pacific Northwest by Russian... read more

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Hardneck Rocambole Garlic
Russian Red - ECO
6235 Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Said to have been brought to the Pacific Northwest by Russian immigrants in the early 1900s, and so named for... read more

Irises

Siberian Iris

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Siberian Iris
‘Butter and Sugar’ sold out
6331 Iris siberica Creamy white standards with Jersey butter-yellow falls. Their 2' stems make especially good cutting, and their use in tall... read more

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Siberian Iris
‘Caesar’s Brother’ sold out
6332 Iris siberica Beautiful velvety deep rich cobalt blue lightly touched with white on the signals and gold on the hafts. Lots of pictures online... read more

Narcissus

Narcissus Mix

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Narcissus Mix
Butterfly Narcissus Mix
6503  Shades of white, yellow, orange and gold, many with sunbursts of color radiating from bicolor coronas. Softly ruffled Papillon Split Coronas.

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Narcissus Mix
Fragrant Narcissus Mix
6505  A mix of sweetly scented hardy narcissus. Great for aromatic daffodil bouquets. Selected varieties, mostly Large Cup, Tazetta and Poeticus, to... read more

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Narcissus Mix
Landscape Narcissus Mix
6507  If you’re looking for a large splash of springtime inspiration that will last year after year, dig into our Landscape Mix for naturalizing and... read more

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Narcissus Mix
Mixed Doubles Narcissus Mix
6504  A round-robin mix of six or more Double narcissus varieties to ace the display, in the garden or on the tabletop, with perfect through-the-season... read more

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Narcissus Mix
Ninety Days of Narcissus Mix sold out
6508  Need long-surviving freshness to brighten your spirits after a long, cold and grey winter? Keep a springtime narcissus patch blooming for up to... read more

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Narcissus Mix
Pink Narcissus Mix
6501  Field-grown mix of lovely shades and shapes of pink cups with white petals to last all season. Mostly Large Cups, some Doubles and Split-Cups.... read more

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Narcissus Mix
Sunshine Narcissus Mix
6502  From some bright and creative mind comes this mix with sunny two-toned cups. Predominantly Large Cups, a mix of all color combinations enhanced... read more

Short Narcissus

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Short Narcissus
‘Hawera’
6521  Pale lemon-yellow miniature has 5–8 flowers per stem, cup slightly paler than perianth. Dainty pendent flowers have an airy delicate appearance... read more

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Short Narcissus
‘Jetfire’
6522  Long bright-orange ribbed cup, and reflexed golden-yellow moderately starry petals. Slightly scented, good for forcing, tolerates shade and makes... read more

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Short Narcissus
‘Sun Disc’
6523  Award-winning fragrant miniature has 1–3 flowers per stem. Rounded overlapping petals open just slightly paler yellow than the cup, and slowly... read more

Tall Narcissus

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Tall Narcissus
‘Actaea’ Poeticus
6542  Vigorous heirloom variety from before 1919. Rounded glistening white petals surround a small shallow red-rimmed yellow cup. Large flowers with... read more

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Tall Narcissus
‘Altruist’ Small-Cup
6533  Eye-catching red-orange shallow cup and unusual amber-tinted petals. Appealing color combination opens dark and gradually lightens. 1975 Award of... read more

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Tall Narcissus
‘Carlton’ Large-Cup
6527  Yellow petals back a deeper golden-yellow cup nearly long enough to be a Trumpet. Said to be the world’s most planted narcissus. Multiplies... read more

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Tall Narcissus
‘Congress’ Split-Cup
6543  A broad orange flattened split cup fronts overlapping rounded bright yellow petals with a hint of green in them. This outstanding Split Cup... read more

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Tall Narcissus
‘Cool Flame’ Large-Cup
6528  Ruffled and flaring, the sun-fast coral-pink wide cup set off sharply against brilliant cool-white petals. Long flower stalks hold the flowers... read more

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Tall Narcissus
‘Dutch Master’ Trumpet
6525  The Trumpet Master has large yellow petals and a straight trumpet with a flared and notched rim. ‘King Alfred’, introduced in 1899, has the name,... read more

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Tall Narcissus
‘Fortissimo’ Large-Cup
6529  Huge golden-yellow overlapping petals with a giant-sized lightly frilled cup which opens apricot and turns deep burnished orange. Enormous... read more

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Tall Narcissus
‘Ice Follies’ Large-Cup
6530  Heavily ribbed very wide flattened cup opens yellow, soon becomes creamy white, with a frilled and notched rim. Pure white perianth. The... read more

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Tall Narcissus
‘Martinette’ Tazetta
6541  Bright carrot-orange short cup, ribbed with a wavy rim, completely surrounded by golden yellow overlapping petals stained pale orange at the... read more

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Tall Narcissus
‘Mt. Hood’ Trumpet
6526  Opens marble white to slightly pale yellow, and turns to pure white in a day or two. Broadly overlapping petals and a wide-mouthed wavy-edged... read more

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Tall Narcissus
‘Obdam’ Double
6535  One of the finest of the doubles and a Fedco favorite, named for a town in the province of Noord-Holland. Fragrant, showy 3-4" flowers open... read more

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Tall Narcissus
‘Pink Charm’ Large-Cup
6531  Ivory petals and a creamy white cup with a broad rim of deep coral-pink. Fluted cup has a ruffled rim to add to the charm. Some stems may have... read more

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Tall Narcissus
‘Princess Zaide’ Small-Cup
6534  Elegant specimen with broad white overlapping petals and a small white cup. Shallow, strongly ribbed cup has a wide frilly rim and a green gleam... read more

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Tall Narcissus
‘Professor Einstein’ Large-Cup
6532  Scarlet-orange cup is a broad, open disk with fine ridges and a lightly notched rim. Genius! Rounded overlapping brilliant white petals. Plant in... read more

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Tall Narcissus
‘Replete’ Double
6536  Bright white 4" perianth with full frilly deep apricot-peach center interlaced with slender white “flyer” petals. This American-bred variety... read more

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Tall Narcissus
‘Sir Winston Churchill’ Double
6537  Double flowers 3" across are full of creamy white petals interspersed with orange flecks. Fragrant blossoms come 3-5 per stem. A sport of... read more

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Tall Narcissus
‘Tahiti’ Double
6538  Rich golden-yellow doubled perianth layered with lush bright gold and red-orange segments. Large long-lasting blooms with standout color and... read more

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Tall Narcissus
‘Thalia’ Triandrus
6540  Lightly fragrant flowers are milky white throughout; one of the few white narcissus to open with no yellow tones. Delicate narrow slightly... read more

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Tall Narcissus
‘Yellow Cheerfulness’ Double
6539  Double flowers, 2½" across, 2–4 per stem, offer their sublime scent. Soft yellow rounded overlapping petals, with a loose ball of corona petals,... read more

Novelties and Specialties

Camassia

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Camassia
Indian Hyacinth
6605 Camassia quamash Silvery medium-blue 6-petaled cup-shaped flowers on strong stalks. Also called Camas, Quamash and Wild Hyacinth, this North... read more

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Camassia
Leichtlin’s Camas
6604 Camassia leichtlinii ‘Alba’ Creamy-white–petaled mauve-anthered 2" star-shaped blossoms open later and on much taller stalks than the... read more

Chionodoxa

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Chionodoxa
‘Violet Beauty’ sold out
6608 Chionodoxa luciliae Violet-pink petals with pale pink to white centers.

Does well in shade, woodland gardens and short grass as well as full sun;

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Chionodoxa
Glory-of-the-Snow sold out
6606 Chionodoxa forbesii Starlike flowers with soft medium blue petals, with white centers. Three to ten flowers per stem. Can spread to create a... read more

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Chionodoxa
Glory-of-the-Snow mix
6609 Chionodoxa A mix of these long-lived snow- and critter-resistant stars, in shades of blue, violet, pink and white. Three to ten flowers per stem.... read more

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White Glory-of-the-Snow sold out
6607 Chionodoxa forbesii ‘Alba’ Long-lasting all-white flowers. A lovely complement to one of the other varieties, or wonderful in a mini-vase.... read more

Fritillaria

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Fritillaria
Guinea-Hen Flower
6613 Fritillaria meleagris Checkered 1½" flowers in a mix of colors, mostly plum or bronze, with some lilac-pink or white. Delicate single bells hang... read more

Galanthus

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Galanthus
Double Snowdrop sold out
6617 Galanthus nivalis var. Flore Pleno Fully doubled frosty white 3-petaled bells with a touch of emerald green. 1–1¼" wide-spreading pendent flower... read more

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Galanthus
Garden Snowdrop
6616 Galanthus nivalis Often the very first flowers here in central Maine, snowdrops are a well-known and delightful sign that spring really is on its... read more

Muscari

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Muscari
Latifolium Grape Hyacinth sold out
6625 Muscari latifolium Tall, with a large dense bicolor flower; top third is deep sky-blue fading to lilac, the bottom is dark violet. Unusual single... read more

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Muscari
Pearls of Spain White Grape Hyacinth
6624 Muscari botryoides ‘Album’ Sweetly perfumed pure white bells. Slender racemes of fragrant long-lasting densely packed bells, like upside-down... read more

Puschkinia

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Puschkinia
Striped Squill sold out
6628 Puschkinia scilloides White to pale blue flowers, each petal striped with darker blue. 4-10 open bells on each compact raceme.

Also called Russian

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Scilla

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Scilla
Siberian Squill
6629 Scilla siberica Bright flax-blue bells with a very long bloom time. Loose clusters of lightly scented delicate pendent bells.

Prefers cool places,

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Scilla
White Siberian Squill
6630 Scilla siberica Pure white clusters of delicate pendent bells. More gardeners should try this lovely white form of squill. Naturalizes well,... read more

Perennial Plants

Bleeding Heart

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Bleeding Heart
Old-Fashioned Bleeding Heart
6311 Dicentra spectabilis Graceful racemes arch over clumps of attractive foliage. Distinctive pink heart-shaped flowers dangle in a row on each raceme... read more

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White Bleeding Heart unavailable, no supply this year
6312 Dicentra spectabilis ‘Alba’ Lovely pure white flowers dangle from each raceme. Graceful racemes arch over clumps of attractive foliage.... read more

Bluebells

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Bluebell
Virginia Bluebells
6341 Mertensia pulmonarioides Clusters of nodding bell-shaped flowers held above veined oval leaves. Pink buds open to sky-blue or purple-blue flowers... read more

Daylilies

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Daylily
‘Autumn Red’
6121 Hemerocallis Dark mahogany-red 4–5" narrowish tepals, almost like a spider type, with a glistening yellow throat and striking slender... read more

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Daylily
‘Frans Hals’ sold out
6122 Hemerocallis Smart-looking two-tone dusky orange-red inner petals with a yellow mid-rib. In contrast, three outer petals (sepals) are all yellow. ... read more

Hosta

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Hosta
‘Blue Angel’ sold out
6321 Hosta Very large oval blue-green leaves, up to 16" long and 12" wide! Pale lavender to white flowers on scapes to 48" bloom midsummer. Foliage... read more

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Hosta
‘Patriot’
6322 Hosta Deep kelly-green leaves with glistening streaky white edges. Lavender flowers on 26–30" stalks in midsummer. Leaves to 7" long and 3–4"... read more

Peonies

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Peony
‘Benjamin Franklin’ Peony sold out
6351 Paeonia lactiflora Like its namesake, this peony is a very hardy late bloomer. A substantial double, deep red with slight lavender tinge, this... read more

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Peony
‘Bowl of Beauty’ Peony sold out
6352 Paeonia lactiflora Sublime bicolor “Japanese” or “anemone” flowers up to 8" wide, with pastel rose-red petals inside and soft pink outside. Large... read more

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‘Duchesse de Nemours’ Peony unavailable, no supply this year
6353 Paeonia lactiflora Early for a peony, the Duchesse produces fully double 5-7" flowers with spreading outer petals completely mounded over with... read more

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Peony
‘Koppius’ Peony sold out
6354 Paeonia lactiflora Deep rich carmine to purplish-red bowl-shaped fully doubled very large flowers bloom in the middle of peony-blooming season.... read more

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Peony
‘Sarah Bernhardt’ Peony sold out
6355 Paeonia lactiflora Fragrant flowers open light rose-pink. Matures to a more delicate pink with a slight creamy-silvery edge. Fully double flowers,... read more

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Peony
‘Shirley Temple’ Peony sold out
6356 Paeonia lactiflora Highly fragrant large fully doubled flowers up to 8" across. Pale pink as they emerge, lightening to white as they mature.... read more

Sunchokes

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Sunchoke
Canaan Cream - ECO
6901 Helianthus tuberosus Originally brought to Maine in the 1970s from Binghamton, NY, by Fedco’s founder’s father, and Eco-grown ever since in... read more

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Sunchoke
Skorospelka - ECO
6902 Helianthus tuberosus The product of a Soviet-era breeding program, Skorospelka produces a compact set of smooth tubers. Known locally as Red and... read more

Tulips

Early Tulips

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Early Tulip
‘Abba’ Double Early
6803  Stunning full ruffled Double Early with glowing current-red petals and slightly darker ribs. Contrasting yellow base and black stamens hidden... read more

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Early Tulip
‘Apricot Beauty’ Single
6801  Soft apricot-pink petals tinged with rose and salmon with an uncommon light green base. Fragrant, truly lovely, good for forcing, and one of the... read more

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Early Tulip
‘Orange Emperor’ Fosteriana
6804  Deep salmon-orange streaked with yellow on a yellow base. Really beautiful Fosteriana type. Plant with pink tulips or narcissus.

16–18" tall,

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Early Tulip
‘Purple Prince’ Single
6802  Deep bluish-purple with dusky lilac flames, reddish-purple inside. Large flowers with a scalloped edge. Complex color mixes well with others.

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Early Tulip
‘Red Emperor’ Fosteriana
6805  Huge blooms of fiery red with enormously long petals on a black and yellow base. One of the all-time favorites; also known as Madame Lefebre.... read more

Late Tulips

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Late Tulip
‘Angelique’ Double Late
6871  Shades of pastel pink and pale rose with lighter edges predominate this Double Late. This well-known fragrant and delicate-looking-but-sturdy... read more

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Late Tulip
‘Artist’ Viridiflora
6851  Green-feathered outer petals give way to assured rosy-salmon with hints of purple in this Viridiflora type. The fluted flower structure is itself... read more

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Late Tulip
‘Ballerina’ Lily
6841  Shimmering long-lasting tangerine Lily-flowered blooms subtly tinged with crimson and lemon. Incredibly lovely, with elegant reflexed petals, a... read more

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Late Tulip
‘China Town’ Viridiflora
6852  Soft pink blossoms distinguished by green midrib flames to stunning effect. Gentle yet bold, with cream-edged silvery-green foliage, these... read more

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Late Tulip
‘Dordogne’ Single
6831  Large and handsome goblet-shaped blooms on tall stems combine raspberry-rose petals with lighter yellow-orange edges. Study this one up close, as... read more

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Late Tulip
‘Esperanto’ Viridiflora
6853  Red petals with green flames on the midribs that appear almost chocolate in bright light. Leaves edged white. Long-lasting cutflower is... read more

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Late Tulip
‘Kingsblood’ Single
6832  Dark cherry-red with scarlet edges. One of the best reds: large and long lasting with sturdy stems.

20–24" tall. Late Spring blooms, Z3-7,

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Late Tulip
‘Miranda’ Double Late sold out
6872  Full bright red Double Late, with hints of yellow deep inside the center, and green hints outside at the base. The name Miranda means ‘worthy of... read more

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Late Tulip
‘Mount Tacoma’ Double Late sold out
6873  Pure white. One of the fullest Double Lates and a great complement to just about anything, whether in beds, borders, vases or sconces on the... read more

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Late Tulip
‘Purple Peony’ Double Late
6874  Saturated royal purple all the way through all petals inside and out. You’ll not find any real peonies in this color. Rich full Double Late tulip... read more

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Late Tulip
‘Queen of Night’ Single
6834  Called black, but really deep dark velvety purple-maroon with a hint of concord grape. For decades now, the standard “black” in the Single Late... read more

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Late Tulip
‘Rococo’ Parrot
6861  Carmine-red Parrot tulip with ruffled petal borders. Central ribs warmly splashed in shades of green and plum. Very showy. Bred from Coleur... read more

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Late Tulip
‘Sunlover’ Double Late
6875  Magnificent fully doubled blooms start out golden-yellow with red highlights. The red markings increase until this Double Late begins to glow... read more

Midseason Tulips

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Midseason Tulip
‘Banja Luka’ Darwin Hybrid
6821  Golden-yellow petals with broad red edges lightly feathered with gold. Petals are red on the inside, brushed with yellow, turning the outside... read more

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Midseason Tulip
‘Carnaval de Rio’ Triumph
6811  Cupped white blossoms feature painterly crimson streaks, as if each petal were lightly brushed with color from the base up. A whisper of gold... read more

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Midseason Tulip
‘Daydream’ Darwin Hybrid
6822  Opens yellow, matures to rich apricot, with washes and blushes of yellow and rose. Fragrant. Stunning, says Gene. It's one of our every-year... read more

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Midseason Tulip
‘Don Quichotte’ Triumph
6812  Wild raspberry to hot pink 4-5" cup-shaped blooms ride on top of strong 16-18" stems in mid spring. If well-situated and planted deeply, can... read more

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Midseason Tulip
‘Flaming Flag’ Triumph
6813  Enormous glistening white petals contrast with a wave of subtle purple blushes and sharp purple flames. Like a Rembrandt tulip; no two exactly... read more

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Midseason Tulip
‘Gudoshnik’ Darwin Hybrid
6823  Creamy yellow with varying amounts of red streaks, dapples and flames, becoming more saturated as each flower matures. No two are alike; one of... read more

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Midseason Tulip
‘Ile de France’ Triumph
6814  Lightly fragrant large bright bold rich red flowers on sturdy stems. Long-lasting in garden or vase; popular for forcing. Maybe the next best... read more

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Midseason Tulip
‘Muvota’ Triumph
6815  Maroon-red petals have broad dusky rose-gold edges feathering into the maroon. Rich color contrast will draw you in from afar. Also called Slawa.... read more

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Midseason Tulip
‘Oxford’ Darwin Hybrid
6824  Bright scarlet blooms with a purple-red blush on the outside. Rich mustard-yellow base inside is brilliantly contrasted by the black stamens.

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Midseason Tulip
‘Passionale’ Triumph
6816  Purple with lilac-purple blush and deeper purple flames, beetroot interior with a yellow base.

14–16" tall. Mid Spring blooms, Z3-7, 12cm/up

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Midseason Tulip
‘Pink Impression’ Darwin Hybrid
6825  Deep rose exterior with deep pink veins, light pink flames, and delicate pink edges; inside light pink and pale rose. Impressive, handsome tulip... read more

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Midseason Tulip
‘Prinses Irene’ Triumph
6817  Wonderfully complex rich salmony-apricot-orange petals are finely etched with a variable dusky to vibrant plum-violet flame. Fragrant. Popular... read more

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Midseason Tulip
‘Purple Pride’ Darwin Hybrid
6826  Hide your purple under a bushel? No! With big lavish 5" blossoms, this is the first purple Darwin Hybrid to hit the market. Celebrate by planting... read more

Species Tulips

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Species Tulip
‘Danique’
6702 Tulipa Rosy-salmon petals are more saturated at the edges and open to charcoal centers edged in pale yellow for splendid contrast. Petite and... read more

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Species Tulip
‘Little Beauty’
6705 Tulipa Reddish-pink pointy petals open to blue centers edged in white. Each bulb produces 2–5 fragrant flowers amid thin grass-like leaves.

Wee

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Species Tulip
Tulipa tarda
6707 Tulipa tarda Star-shaped yellow flowers with white tips, outside white lightly flushed with dusky purple. Opens wide even on grey days. Highly... read more

Tulip Mixes

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Tulip Mix
Darwin Hybrid Topsize Tulip Mix
6756  A mix of yellow, red, apricot, white, pink and more. Long-lived bulbs produce a perennially perfect long-lasting bouquet. Darwin Hybrids are... read more

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Tulip Mix
Double Early Tulip Mix
6751  A sassy group for the front row of your garden beds and borders. Fully double flowers in bright colors atop relatively short sturdy 8-12" stems... read more

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Double Late Tulip Mix
6759  Pack peony-style petal power in a dramatic range of colors, from white and pastels to red and purple. Double Late tulips in solids and blushes,... read more

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Emperor Tulip Mix
6752  A royal mix of big-flowered Fosterianas for bold early color. Red, yellow, white, bicolors and more. We planted some outside the Fedco Trees... read more

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Flash of Green Tulip Mix
6758  A mix of four or more Viridiflora tulips, in shades of pink, orange and white, all with a distinctive spring-green flare on the outer petals.... read more

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Non-Stop Reds Tulip Mix
6753  Celebrate spring with a long-lasting patch of bright red color. A blend of five or more varieties selected from early, mid and late tulips. Keep... read more

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Pastel Triumph Tulip Mix
6754  Soft but not wishy-washy, just easy on the eyes. Pale peach, soft pink, lavender and more. This tranquil blend displays quiet beauty in the... read more

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Purple Rain Tulip Mix
6755  Nothing Compares to U, so put on your Raspberry Beret and Let’s Go Crazy. Inspired by the memory of Prince, this mix of Triumphs in deep purple,... read more

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Rembrandt-type Flaming Tulip Mix
6757  Broken-color and flamed tulips, originally the result of a virus, were wildly popular in the early 1600s. Propagating infected plants is now... read more