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Bulbs for the South

In Zones 7b-10, where soil temperatures do not cool down sufficiently in winter, and spring weather is often very warm, many bulbs perform poorly. It is possible to prechill bulbs (i.e., refrigerate them for 8-10 weeks prior to planting) and have them grow successfully. Below are bulbs we carry that can grow well in the South.

For more detailed information on planting bulbs in the South, you may want to visit our Recommendations for Southern Planting page, which provides guidance for each variety.

Akebono

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Angélique

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Best Pink

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Best Purple

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Big Apricot

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Carnaval™

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Daydream

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Dordogne

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El Niño

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Lady Jane

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Menton

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Sherbet®

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Baby Boomer

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Carlton LS

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Ceylon

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Erlicheer

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Geranium

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Hawera

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Ice Follies

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Kedron

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Monal

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Mount Hood

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Pink Charm

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Pipit

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Thalia

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Snowflake

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Tommies

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In Zones 7b-10, where soil temperatures do not cool down sufficiently in winter, and spring weather is often very warm, many bulbs perform poorly. It is possible to prechill bulbs (i.e., refrigerate them for 8-10 weeks prior to planting) and have them grow successfully. Below are bulbs we carry that can grow well in the South.

For more detailed information on planting bulbs in the South, you may want to visit our Recommendations for Southern Planting page, which provides guidance for each variety.

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