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Customer Service

Ordering Information

Colorblends tries to make ordering easy. Web, phone, email, snail mail, fax. Whatever works for you, works for us.

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Delivery Information

Delivery begins at the end of September and continues right through fall. You can select a delivery week or let Colorblends decide, based on your location and the weather.

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Shipping Charges

Shipping is calculated as a percentage of the bulb total and varies between eastern states and western states.

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Sales Tax

The US Supreme Court has ruled that companies like Colorblends now need to collect sales tax. Landscape contractors who have a resale certificate and organizations that are exempt from sales tax can file an Exempt Certificate through this website.

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How Many Bulbs Do I Need?

Here you will find formulas for calculating the square footage of a planting area. The recommended number of bulbs to plant per square foot can be found on the Planting Guide tab for every item on this website.

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Recommendations for the South

Many spring-flowering bulbs struggle in warm southern climates. Some do fine despite the lack of prolonged winter cold. Others do reasonably well if prechilled before planting.

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Prechilling: For Warm Southern Climates

Many bulbs require a long period of cold temperatures to perform correctly in the spring. For bulbs that are to be planted in mild-winter climates, it is possible to supplement winter cold by placing the bulbs in a refrigerator for 6–12 weeks before planting.

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