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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.
We have collected several questions that people often ask about Colorblends and bulbs.
Colorblends tries to make ordering easy. Web, phone, email, snail mail, fax. Whatever works for you, works for us.
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.
Shipping is calculated as a percentage of the bulb total and varies between eastern states and western states.
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.
Colorblends stands behind its bulbs the first spring after planting. After that, it’s in nature’s hands.
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.
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.