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Customer Service

Shipping Charges

Small package orders are shipped via UPS or FedEx. Pallet orders go by LTL carrier. Shipping charges are listed below. Even after adding shipping charges, you’ll find that our prices are some of the most competitive in the industry. And remember: no traffic to fight, no waiting, no gas money, no parking charges. You get high-quality flowerbulbs delivered to your place of business or your front door.

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Guarantee

We will deliver premium-quality, commercially propagated, disease-free flowerbulbs of the stated size.

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What is Prechilling

Most spring-flowering bulbs, including tulips and hyacinths, need a prolonged period of cold temperatures to grow and bloom properly. In much of the United States, this cold period is provided naturally by a winter spent in the ground. Bulbs planted in the Deep South, the desert southwest and most of California (more or less from the San Francisco Bay area south) do not get the cold they need. To perform well, they must be placed in a refrigerator for 6 to 10 weeks before planting.

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About Delivery Dates

All of our bulbs ship in the fall and must be planted in the fall. We begin delivering bulbs during the last week of September. Toward the end of the checkout process on this website, you will have the option of selecting a delivery week. If you do not select a delivery week, we will deliver your order according to your USDA Zone and the weather in your area.

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Fall is here! Reserve your bulbs now and we'll deliver at the right time for planting