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    Page 2                                 Great Big Bulbs - Holland Bulb Order 2007
  V.E.                               Bulb Description                          Height/ Order Price Order Price        Total
  No.                           (Bags of 50 or Bags of 10)                     Bloom Qty 50 per 50 Qty 10 per 10      Price
             TULIPA — SINGLE EARLY (Group 1): Early April. Smaller than later varieties. Cup-shaped. Tolerate
             wind exposure. 12/+ cm.
5205100      Apricot Beauty — salmon rose, apricot overlay. Fragrant.          F..18 E           $19.80       $4.10
5205200      Calgary — ivory white.                                            F.. 8 E           $20.30       $4.10
5205300      Red Paradise — pure cherry red.                                   F..18 E           $20.30       $4.10
5205400      Christmas Marvel — cherry-pink, satiny. Fragrant.                 F..14 E           $19.80       $4.10
5205500      General de Wet —fiery orange, stippled scarlet. Fragrant.         F..10 E           $19.80       $4.10
5205800      Purple Prince — rosy-purple, petal edge scalloped.                F..14 E           $19.80       $4.10
             TULIPA — DOUBLE EARLY (Group 2): Early April. Doubles similar to single forms, but shorter stems.
             Showy, long-lasting, good forcers, good for cutting. 12/+.
5207100      Abba — glowing tomato red. Fragrant.                              F..10 E           $20.25       $4.00
5207200      Monsella — yellow, feathered blood-red.                           F..10 E           $20.25       $4.00
5207300      Peach Blossom — red with rose edges.                              F..10 E           $20.25       $4.00
5207400      Mondial — white with green stripe. Fragrant.                      F.. 8 E           $20.25       $4.00
             TULIPA — TRIUMPH (Group 3): Late April. Originally from Single Early and later flowering tulips.
             Some virtually same as Earlies. Large. Wide range of colors. 12/+
5208300      Annie Schilder — rose-flamed orange, red inside. Fragrant.        F..18 M           $17.25       $3.50
5208900      Boccherini — lilac-purple. Large flowers.                         F..20 M           $19.60       $3.75
5209000      Couleur Cardinal — scarlet-red, flushed plum.                     F..12 M           $17.25       $3.50
5209300      Ile de France — rich cardinal-red.                                F..20 M           $17.25       $3.50
5209500      Jan Reus — deep smoky-red, dark veins.                            F..14 M           $17.25       $3.50
5209700      New Design — silvery pink, variegated hosta-like foliage.         F..18 M           $18.00       $3.75
5210100      Princess Irene — orange, purple flame.                            F..14 M           $19.25       $3.75
5210300      White Marvel — pure white.                                        F..18 M           $19.60       $3.75
5210400      Yellow Present — pale creamy yellow. Fragrant.                    F..20 M           $18.35       $3.75
             TULIPA — DARWIN HYBRID (Group 4): Late April-early May. Hybrids, non-hybrid Darwins, Tulipa
              Fosteriana, late crossings. Large, strong, best perennializers. Good for cutting. 12/+.
5217100      Apeldoorn --- Cherry red, most reliable red ever.                 24 M-L            $20.50       $3.75
5217800      Golden Apeldoorn --- Bright Yellow, cheery                        24 M-L            $20.50       $3.75
5217200      Banja Luka — yellow with bright red feathering.                   26 M-L            $17.75       $3.40
5217400      Burning Heart — creamy white, red stripes.                        26 M-L            $20.50       $3.75
5217500      Daydream — soft apricot with orange blush.                        26 M-L            $17.75       $3.40
5217600      Big Chief — fire-red, claret-rose flush.                          26 M-L            $17.75       $3.40
5218400      Parade (General Eisenhower) — scarlet-red.                        26 M-L            $17.75       $3.40
5217900      Golden Parade — light buttercup yellow.                           26 M-L            $17.75       $3.40
5218000      Ivory Floradale — opens yellow, matures white.                    28 M-L            $17.75       $3.40
5218100      Ollioules — deep pink, edged soft pink.                           26 M-L            $17.75       $3.40
5218300      American Dream — pale yellow, red edge.                           21 M-L            $20.50       $3.75
5217300      Design Impression — Large, pink; soft green varieg. foliage.      22 M-L            $18.60       $3.50
5218500      Pink Impression — purplish-pink. Largest blooms.                  26 M-L            $18.60       $3.50
5217700      Red Impression — rose with red, sport of Pink Impression.         22 M-L            $18.60       $3.50
5218600      Apricot Impression — Another sport of Pink Impression.            22 M-L            $18.60       $3.50

CLASSIFICATION OF TULIPS
Tulips were introduced into European gardens from present-day Turkey circa 1562. The first classification was
published in 1917 by the British Royal Horticultural Society. This listing follow the official Classified List
approved in 1981 by the Royal General Bulb Growers' Association of Hillegom, Holland. The new edition
of the Classified List and International Register of Tulip Names (1996) transferred a number of tulips from
one classification to another and defined the 15 current official groups.
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    V.E.                                 Bulb Description                      Height/ Order Price Order Price             Total
    No.                            (Bags of 50 or Bags of 10)                   Bloom Qty 50 per 50 Qty 10 per 10 Price
                 TULIPA -- SINGLE LATE (Group 5): Late April to mid-May. Includes non-hybrid Darwins, old-fashioned
                 Cottages, and Breeders. Sturdy, for bedding or cutting. 12/+.
    5213300      Bleu Aimable — deep mauve on blue-pur. Heirloom. 1916.           27 L            $20.60             $4.15
    5213600      Temple's Favourite — giant orange, rose flame.                   22 L            $20.60             $4.15
    5214300      Kingsblood — cherry-red, edged scarlet. 1952.                    22 L            $19.75             $3.85
    5214400      Maureen — cool marble-white. Large oval blooms. 1950.            28 L            $20.60             $4.15
    5214500      Menton — many shades of pink.                                    26 L            $17.25             $3.70
    5214600      Mrs. John T. Scheepers — an all-time best yellow. 1930.          26 L            $17.25             $3.70
    5214700      Pink Diamond — soft rosy-pink. 1976.                             24 L            $19.75             $4.15
    5214900      Queen of Night — velvety maroon, nearly black. 1944.             24 L            $19.75             $3.85
    5215400      Toyota — red, scarlet feathering on white. 1984.                 28 L            $19.75             $3.70
    5216800      Sorbet — cream swirled with fushcia. 1959.                       22 L            $19.35             $3.85
                 TULIPA -- BUNCH FLOWERING - Bloom mid spring, height 18"-20". A bouquet on every stem! Tall bunch
                 flowering tulips produce 4-5 flowers per stem.
    5222100      Georgette (bunch flowering) — yellow, edged red. 1952.           24 L            $23.10             $4.70
    5222200      Modern Style (bunch flowering) — ivory with med. purple.         18 L            $23.10             $4.70
    5222300      Red Georgette (bunch flowering) — pure red.                      24 L            $23.10             $4.70
    5222400      Candy Club (bunch flowering) — white, soft rose edge.            24 L            $23.10             $4.70
                 TULIPA -- LILY-FLOWERED (Group 6): Late April to mid-May. Separate group since 1958. Pointed and
                 reflexed petals. Elegant, but tough. Long blooming. Good for cutting. 12/+.
    5220200      Claudia — intense purple and white; earlier than most.         22 M-L            $18.60             $3.90
    5220400      Marilyn — white, feathered vibrant red. 1976.                    22 L            $20.25             $3.90
    5220600      Red Shine — sharp deep red. Blooms later. 1955.                  22 L            $18.60             $3.90
    5220700      West Point — primrose-yellow. Large blooms. 1943.                26 L            $20.25             $3.90
    5220800      White Triumphator — snow white. Outstanding. 1943.               26 L            $18.60             $3.90
                 TULIPA — FRINGED (Group 7): Late April to mid-May. Petals finely edged in lacy fringe. Formerly
                 classified with Darwins, Cottages; separate group since 1981. 12/+.
    5221600      Fancy Frills — ivory-white, flame-rose fringe. 1972.             20 L            $22.50             $4.30
    5221700      Hamilton — buttercup yellow, deep fringe. 1974.                  20 L            $22.50             $4.30
    5221800      Red Wing — glowing cardinal-red. 1995.                           20 L            $22.50             $4.30
                 TULIPA — VIRIDIFLORA (Group 8): Late April to mid-May. Feathered with green on soft-colored petals.
                 Separate group since 1987. Grown mainly for cutting. 12/+.
    5219500      Spring Green — delicate white green flush. 1969.                 20 L            $20.60             $4.15
    5219600      Golden Artist — golden yellow blending to pink.                  15 L            $20.60             $4.15
    5219700      Greenland — charming old rose, soft green stripes. 1955.         22 L            $20.60             $4.15
                 TULIPA — REMBRANDT (Group 9): Early to mid-May. Broken petals (flamed, feathered, streaked)
                             originally caused by virus. Large flowers. Good for cutting. Best in protected site. 12/+
    5218200      Olympic Flame — deep yellow with red flame.                      18 L            $17.25             $3.70
    5227500      Rembrandt Mix — virus-free look-alikes.                          24 L            $17.25             $3.70

                 Example:
    5227500      Rembrandt Mix — virus-free look-alikes.                         24 L      1     $17.25      1      $3.70   $20.95

LOOKING FOR DEER-PROOF BULBS?
If you are tired of deer eating your tulips just as they are about to bloom, try something else. Bulbs on our list that deer
tend to avoid are Allium, Anemone, Camassia, Chionodoxa, Colchicum, Eranthis, Fritillaria, Galanthus, Hyacinthus, Ipheion,
Leucojum, Lycoris, Muscari, Narcissus, Oxalis, and Scilla. Other bulb genera that are not on our list, but which you may
want to try for their deer-resistant quality, are Arisaema (Jack-in-the-Pulpit), Arum (Lords and Ladies), Caladium, Calla (Bog
Arum), Canna, Cyclamen, and Zantedeschia (Calla Lily). [From Judy Glattstein article in Garden Design , June/July 2002, 14-15]
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  V.E.                                Bulb Description                          Height/ Order Price Order Price     Total
  No.                            (Bags of 50 or Bags of 10)                      Bloom Qty 50 per 50 Qty 10 per 10  Price
            TULIPA — PARROT (Group 10): May. Flamboyant bi-colors, petals fringed or wavy. Very large
            blooms, open widely. Good for massing, cutting. Originally sports of Single Lates. 12/+
   2228     Apricot Parrot — apricot-peach, tinged white. 1961.                   25 L        $22.80          $4.65
   2229     Black Parrot — purple-black, very fringed. Exotic.                    20 L        $22.80          $4.65
5223000     Green Wave — mauve-pink with green flame. NEW.                        22 L        $26.25          $4.75
5223400     Texas Flame — yellow with fire-red streak.                            18 L        $26.25          $4.75
5223500     White Parrot — white, with occasional green or red touch. NEW. 20 L               $22.80          $4.65
            TULIPA — DOUBLE LATE (Group 11): Peony flowered. Long-lasting. Blooms sometimes too heavy
             for stems; it helps to plant close together and site in sheltered area. 12/+
5211500     Orange Princess — orange, purple-red flame. Fragrant.                 14 L        $21.50          $4.30
5211600     Angelique — old rose, pink. Top choice. 1959.                         22 L        $21.50          $4.30
5211800     Carnaval de Nice — white, flamed brilliant red. Huge.                 20 L        $21.50          $4.30
5211900     Miranda — vermilion-red. 1981.                                        22 L        $20.10          $3.90
5212000     Mount Tacoma — white. Pre-1924.                                      22 M-L       $20.10          $3.90
5212100     Uncle Tom — rich dark crimson, almost maroon. 1939. NEW. 18 M-L                   $20.10          $3.90
            TULIPA — KAUFMANNIANA (Group 12): Species-related. March. Low-growing. Flowers open into
            stars. Foliage often mottled. Good for perennializing and containers. 12/+
5225200     Albion Star — like pale lemon mousse.                                  8E         $18.35          $3.65
5225600     Scarlet Baby — scarlet with yellow center.                             6E         $18.35          $3.65
5225900     The First — creamy-white, flamed rosy-red. 1940.                       8E         $16.70          $3.40
5225300     Corona -- Stately red petals with cream edging.                       10 E        $18.50          n/a
5225400     Fashion--Dark orange-scarlet with a yellow base and yellow anthers. E 12          $17.00          n/a
5225700     Showwinner--Brilliant red with pretty foliage.                        10 E        $17.00          n/a
            TULIPA — FOSTERIANA (Group 13): Species-related. Early April. Large flowers, rich colors, striped or
             mottled foliage. 12/+
5224300     Orange Emperor — soft carrot-orange. Vigorous. 1962.                  16 E        $17.00          $3.60
5224400     Pink Emperor — pastel pink with deeper tones.                         18 E        $17.00          $3.60
5224500     Red Emperor (Madame Lefeber) — scarlet-red. 1931.                     16 E        $17.00          $3.60
5224100     Juan--Juan is deep orange with a reddish glow.                        16 E        $18.75          n/a
5224200     Hit Parade--Red with yellow edging in Emperor style!                  10 E        $18.75          n/a
5224800     Zombie--carmine-red petals with creamy-white edges .                  12 E        $18.75          n/a
              TULIPA — GREIGII (Group 14): Species related. Late April. Low growing, long lasting. Leaves often
           streaked with brown or purple. Large flowers. 12/+
5226500     Corsage — porcelain-rose, edged yellow. 1960.                          8M         $19.75          $4.00
5226600     Fur Elise — creamy apricot-yellow. 1986.                              12 M        $19.75          $4.00
5227000     Red Riding Hood — dwarf black-centered red. 1953.                      6M         $20.10          $4.10
5227700     Toronto — coral-pink. Vigorous. Multi-flowering. 1963.                10 M        $17.25          $3.60
5226700     Flowerdale--yellow-orange with darker centers.                        10 M        $19.75          n/a
 5226900    Jockey Cap--bright red with white edges                               10 M        $19.75          n/a
            TULIPA— MISCELLANEOUS (Group 15): Species-related. March to May. Mainly dwarfs with small flowers
             and for permanent planting in rock gardens. Size varies.
5227400     T. praestans 'Fusilier' — red-violet. Multi-flowering.                14 M        $17.25          $3.60
5228900     T. 'Little Beauty' — cherry, white-edged blue center. 5/+.             4L         $17.25          $3.25
5229000     T. 'Little Princess' — Spanish-orange, black center. 5/+.              4L         $17.25          $3.25
5229100     T. tarda (dasystemon) — yellow,white tips.Multi-flowering.Fragrant. 5 E           $17.25          $3.25
5229600     T. clusiana 'Cynthia' — candy striped yellow & red. Reseeds.          12 E        $18.50          $3.25
5229700     T. bakeri 'Lilac Wonder' — lilac, yellow center. 6/+.                  6L         $18.50          $3.25
5229800     T. humilis 'Violacea Black Base' (Red Crocus T.) purple-red.           6E         $18.50          $3.25
                 First to flower, naturalizes well. Fragrant.

             Example:
    2228     Apricot Parrot — apricot-peach, tinged white. 1961.            25 L         $22.80     3      $4.65    $13.95

HOW MANY BULBS DO I NEED?
For a best first-year showing, plant the following number of bulbs per square foot:
Tulips, 5; Daffodils, 6; Crocus and most small bulbs, 16; Chionodoxa, 30.
You can plant 170 crocus three inches apart in one square yard.
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 V.E.                               Bulb Description                 Height/ Order        Price    Order               Price    Total
 No.                            (Bags of 35 or Bags of 7)             Bloom Qty 35 per 35 Qty 7                        per 7    Price
            NARCISSUS — TRUMPET DAFFODILS (Division I): One flower, with trumpet as long as or longer
            than petals. DN II. Price per 35.
5261900     Dutch Master (Y-Y) — Most popular yellow trumpet, substitute          18 E-M       $26.20                   $5.00
               for King Alfred. Showy, up-facing trumpet. 1948.
5262100     Primeur (Y-Y)— egg-yolk yellow, serrated cup.                         20 M-L       $26.20                   $5.00
               Long-lived.
5262300     Las Vegas (W-Y) — brilliant yellow trumpet on bright                   16 E        $26.20                   $5.00
               white petals.
5262400     Marieke (Y-GYY) — large yellow trumpet with lots of substance.       F.16 E-M      $26.20                   $5.00
               King Alfred type, upward-facing. 1986.
5262500     Mount Hood (W-W) — creamy trumpet turns white.                        F..16 M      $26.20                   $5.00
               Classic favorite. Heirloom 1917.
5262600     Spellbinder (Y-WWG) — greenish, sulfur-yellow trumpet                  16 M        $26.20                   $5.00
               turning white. Striking. Heirloom 1944.
            NARCISSUS — LARGE-CUPPED DAFFODILS (Division II): One flower to a stem, with trumpet more
            than half length of petals. Popular division, many cultivars. DN II. Price per 35.
5263000     Ambergate (O-R) — coppery-orange suffused into petals              16 M-L   $25.00                         $5.00
               from red cup. Show stopper. Heirloom pre-1950.
5263100     Camelot (Y-Y) — golden-yellow with huge cup. Late-flowering        16 M-L   $25.00                         $5.00
               and long-lasting.
5263400     Ice Follies (W-YW) — white perianth, lemon-yellow cup              16 E-M   $25.00                         $5.00
               that turns white. Second most grown daffodil. 1953.
5263600     Largo (Y-YR) — golden petals, yellow crown edged in orange.         14 M    $25.00                         $5.00
               Striking showy flower.
5263700     Passionale (W-P) — white petals, soft pink trumpet.                16 M-L   $25.00                         $5.00
               Show flower. Prolific. Good perennializer. 1958.
5264100     Salome (W-YP) — ivory petals, light yellow cup turns               16 M- L  $25.00                         $5.00
               pink. Award winner. Good perennializer. 1958.
5264200     Pink Pride (W-P) — pale white petals surround a broad pink cup.    18 M-L   $26.60                         $5.00
               A favorite.
            NARCISSUS — SMALL-CUPPED DAFFODILS (Division III): One flower to a stem, with cup less than
            one-third of petals. Many have shallow "eye." Early. DN II. Price per 35.
5264400     Polar Ice/Stainless (W-W) lives up to its name. Award winner.        16 M            $30.75                 $5.40
               Fragrant. Heirloom. Pre-1936. (13/+)
5264500     Barrett Browning (W-OR) — white, striking orange-red cup.            14 E            $30.75                 $5.40
               Earliest bloomer in this color. Reliable. 1945.
5264700     Edna Earl (W-YR) — large blooms with spicy fragrance.                16 M            $30.75                 $5.40
               Perennializes. Heirloom. Pre-1950. NEW.
            NARCISSUS — DOUBLE DAFFODILS (Division IV): One or more blooms a stem, with double cluster
            of petals instead of trumpet. Good for show, bedding, cutting. 14/16 cm. Price per 35.
5264900     Ice King (W-Y) — ivory perianth with sulphur cup with white           14 M              $21.85             $4.25
                highlights. Double form of Ice Follies.
5265200     Tahiti (Y-R) — sulfur-yellow, red inner. One large flower            12 M-L             $21.85             $4.25
                per stem. Superior display flower. 1956.
5265400     Bridal Crown (W-WYY) — creamy white, pale yellow cup.                 14 M              $21.25             $3.80
                Earliest double. Fragrant. 1949.
5265500     Cheerfulness (W-Y) — white petals with buttery cup.                    16 L             $21.25             $3.80
                Sweet fragrance. Long-lived perennializer. 1923. NEW.
5265600     Sir Winston Churchill (W-YO) — creamy white, saffron                 16 M-L             $21.25             $3.80
                inner. 3-5 blooms per stem. Strong fragrance. 1966.

          CLASSIFICATION OF NARCISSUS
             The Dutch, for all their bulb pre-eminence and their network of 1,000 daffodil growers, rank second
          to the British in narcissus production. We follow the nomenclature established by the Royal Horticultural
          Society of Britain and modified by the RHS and the American Daffodil Society in 1998. Of the 13 divisions, the
          tenth was newly added to incorporate the Hoop Petticoat daffodils; the 11th was split into two parts; the 13th
          now includes all botanicals. The system color codes all daffodils: W, white or whitish; G, green; Y, yellow;
          P, pink; O, orange; R, red. These letters appear after cultivar names — the first letter describes the perianth
          (petals and sepals) and the second and any other letters the cup or corona. The words narcissus and daffodil
          are synonymous. The letters 'GM' indicate an American-bred bulb, introduced by the late Grant Mitsch of
          Oregon. It's worth noting that narcissus are deer resistant.
  Page 6                             Great Big Bulbs - Holland Bulb Order 2007
 V.E.                              Bulb Description                         Height/ Order Price Order Price        Total
 No.                           (Bags of 35 or Bags of 7)                    Bloom Qty 35 per 35 Qty 7 per 7        Price
           NARCISSUS — TRIANDRUS DAFFODILS (Division V): Two or more blooms a stem, pendulous, often
           with slightly reflexed, silky petals. Fruity fragrance. 12/14 cm. Price per 35.
5266000    Dickcissel (Y-Y) — lemon yellow, with paler yellow cup.     16 M-L        $24.75    $4.50
5266200    Thalia (Orchid Narcissus) (W-W) — whitest of whites.        12 M-L        $24.75    $4.50
              Superb perennial. Heirloom. 1916.
           NARCISSUS — CYCLAMINEUS DAFFODILS (Division VI): One flower a stem, one or more stems a
           bulb. Long trumpets, swept-back petals. Fragrant. Top size. Price per 50.
5268100    Jetfire (Y-YR) spectacular mini, yellow petals, yellow trumpet 10 M     $18.10          $3.30
               turns bright orange. One of the best. GM. 1966.
5268200    February Gold (Y-Y) — very early. Heirloom. 1923.             F..12VE   $18.10          $3.30
           NARCISSUS — JONQUILLA AND APODANTHUS DAFFODILS (Division VII): One to three flowers
           per stem, one or more stems. Narrow leaves. Usually fragrant. 12/14 cm.
5266500    Hillstar (Y-W)—deep yellow petals, ivory cup.GM. Per 35.       14 M-L   $19.85          $4.25
5267900    Bell Song (W-P) — ivory petals, pink teacup-shaped cup.        12 M-L   $18.10          $3.30
               3-5 blooms per stem. GM. 1971. Price per 50.
           NARCISSUS — TAZETTA (POETAZ) DAFFODILS (Division VIII): Small flowers, 3 to 20 to a stem,
           rounded petals, small cups. Fragrant. Top size. Price per 35.
5266100    Var. Recurvus (W-YR) — the true Pheasant's Eye, strongly F.14 VL        $24.75          $4.50
           reflexed white petals, small red-rimmed yellow cup. 1800s.
5266400    Geranium (W-OR) — pure white, orange-red cup.                 F..14 M   $19.85          $4.25
               Long-blooming.
5266700    Suzy (Y-OR) — golden-yellow, orange cup.                      F..16 M   $19.85          $4.25
           NARCISSUS — POETICUS DAFFODILS (Division IX): Admired for large white petals, red-rimmed small
           yellow cups. Spicy fragrance. Last to bloom. 14/16 cm. Price per 35.
5265900    Actaea (Poet's Narcissus) (W-YYR) — white petals,               14 L            $24.75   $4.50
           red-rimmed yellow eye. 1927.
           NARCISSUS — SPLIT-CORONA DAFFODILS (Division XI): Corona, or cup, split for at least one-third
           of length. Showy. Division includes collar and butterfly types. DN II. Price per 35.
5267300    Mondragon (Y-O) — golden petals, deep orange collar.                   16 M             $24.10        $5.25
               Apple-like fragrance. 1973
5267400    Orangery (W-POY) — creamy, orange collar. 1957.                        16 M             $23.60         $4.85
5267500    Palmares (W-P) — butterfly type. White petals, apricot-pink            16 M             $23.60         $4.85
               split and frilled cup. Fragrant. 1973.
5266900    Tripartite--Bright yellow split corona. Stunning.                      18 M             $23.60         $4.85
           NARCISSUS — OTHER DAFFODILS (Division XII): All daffodils not falling into other divisions. Price per 20.
5497100    Tete-a-Tete (Y-Y) — buttercup-yellow petals around yellow-            F.10E             Bags of 20    $6.50
           orange corona. 2 or 3 flowers/stem . SPECIAL - Bags of 20
           If you get one daffodil - this is it! If planted in full-sun, Tete-a-Tete will bloom in early March.
           HYACINTHUS (Hyacinth): All-purpose. 16/17 cm. size is best outdoors. 17/18 cm. size is top-heavy
           and best for indoor forcing. Fragrant. Price per 30 (bags of 30 bulbs).
   2710    Jan Bos (16/17 cm) — red. 1910.                                        10 E             $24.50 Per/30
   2711    Blue Jacket (17/18cm) — navy-blue. Best blue forcer.                  F..10 E           $24.50 Per/30
   2712    Kronos (16/17cm) — deep purple bloom, black stem.                      10 E             $23.50 Per/30
   2713    City of Haarlem (16/17 cm) — primrose yellow. 1893.                    10 E             $23.50 Per/30
   2716    Gypsy Queen ( 16/17cm) — orange. 1927.                                10 E-M            $23.50 Per/30
   2719    Pink Pearl (16/17cm) — dark rose-pink. 1922.                           10 E             $23.50 Per/30
   2731    Delft Blue (16/17cm) — deep porcelain blue. good for pots.             10 E             $24.00 Per/30
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 V.E.                             Bulb Description                         Height/ Order     Price   Bulbs        Total
 No.                                                                       Bloom Qty        marked Per Bag        Price
           IRIS — DWARF SPECIES: Low-growing plants, bloom very early. All very hardy but Iris reticulata
           most reliable second year. Top size. Price per 25 (bags of 25 bulbs).
5691000    I. reticulata 'Contab' — flax blue, yellow blotch. 1914.        F..4 VE           $4.50   Per/25
5691200    I. reticulata 'Spring Time' — lilac-blue.                       F..4 VE           $4.50   Per/25
5691300    I. reticulata 'Violet Beauty' — the name says it all.           F..4 VE           $4.50   Per/25
           IRIS — DUTCH: Bulbous irises as hybridized by Dutch in early 19th century, crossing Spanish irises with
           various others. Plant in late autumn. Top size. Price per 12 (bags of 12 bulbs).
5688900    Blue Star — blue with yellow blotch.                            F..22 L           $3.00   Per/12
5689000    Oriental Beauty — wisteria blue with bronzy-yellow blotch. NEW. F..22 L           $3.00   Per/12
5689100    Royal Yellow — buttercup and sunflower yellow.                  F..22 L           $3.00   Per/12
5689200    White van Vliet — white with golden blotch.                     F..22 L           $3.00   Per/12
           ALLIUM: Onion family ornamentals (with no smell) increasing in popularity. Many fragrant. Deer
           resistant. Naturalize. Dry for winter use. Top size. Priced as noted.
5283001    A. 'Globemaster' — huge 6" violet ball. (20/+) Price per 5.      36 VL            $20.10 Per/5
5283201    A. 'Mount Everest' — pure white 6" snowball. NEW. Price per 5.   38 VL            $20.10 Per/5
5683600    A. albopilosum (christophii) — 10" amethyst globes. Per 6.       18 VL             $3.00 Per/6
5683800    A. aflatunense 'Purple Sensation' — (12/+) Price per 6.          30 VL             $3.00 Per/6
5683900    Nectaroscordum siculum —30 bell-like white blooms. Price per 6.  36 VL             $3.00 Per/6
5684400    A. moly — masses of yellow starlike flowers. (5/+) Per 25        10 VL             $3.00 Per/25
5691500    A. azureum (caeruleum) — cornflower-blue. (4/5) Per 25           18 VL             $4.65 Per/25
5691600    A. atropurpureum — 2" maroon-purple blooms.(8/+) Per 25          18 VL             $4.65 Per/25
5691700    A. var. 'Hair' 2" reddish blooms, long green pedicles. Per 25    34 VL             $4.65 Per/25
5691800    A. sphaerocephalum, crimson-pur. egg-shaped. (6/7) Per 25        24 VL             $4.65 Per/25
           CROCUS — SPECIES (Snow Crocus): Early heralds of spring. Bloom after snowdrops and before tulips.
           Upright, goblet-shaped with wide color range. (5/7) Priced per 25.
  2797     C. chrysanthus 'Cream Beauty' — color of Devonshire cream.       3 VE       $2.50 Per/25
  2798     C. c. 'Advance' — bluish-violet, yellow.                         3 VE       $3.25 Per/25
  2799     C. c. 'Prins Claus' — white, blotched purple outside.            3 VE       $3.25 Per/25
  2801     C. tommasinianus 'Ruby Giant' — violet with lighter base.        3 VE       $2.50 Per/25
  2804     C. c. 'Dorothy' — buttery yellow with bronzy blotch outside.     3 VE       $2.50 Per/25
           CROCUS — DUTCH HYBRID: Giant spring crocus, larger and later than species varieties and hybrids.
           Companion plants for early daffodils and tulips. 10/+. Priced per 25.
  2788     C. vernus 'Flower Record' — deep purple.                        4E                $4.00 Per/25
  2789     C. v. 'Jeanne d'Arc' — white.                                   4E                $3.60 Per/25
  2792     C. v. 'Pickwick' — purple and lilac stripes on white.           4E                $3.60 Per/25
  2794     C. v. 'Yellow Mammoth' — golden yellow. Do Not Force.           4E                $3.60 Per/25
           MUSCARI (Grape Hyacinth): Good for front of the border, naturalizing, rockgardens, and indoor
           arrangements. Bloom for weeks. Plant 5" deep, 3-4" apart. Priced as marked.
5685700    M. armeniacum cobalt blue. Naturalizing and indoors. 1878. F.6 E-M                   $3.75     Per/25
5689600    M. botryoides album – pure white. 1896. Good forcer. (5/6) F..6 M-L                  $3.50     Per/12
5692300    M. comosum–purple florets topped by lav.-blue flowers. 1596. F..6 L                  $3.00     Per/12
5689700    M. Valerie Finnis --- brilliant sky blue display! (9/10)           F6E               $3.50     Per/12
           FRITILLARIA: Tall spikes holding multiple bell-shaped blooms give Fritillaria distinctive look in the garden.
           Plant immed. in rich soil 6-8" deep and 6-10" apart (depending on size). Deer resistant.
5285501    F. meleagris (Checkered Lily) — varied purple & white. Per 100.    F..8 M           $17.50 Per/100
5288301    F. imperialis (Crown Imperial) lutea —yellow, tall! (20/22) per 5.  36 M            $20.25      Per/5
5288401    F. persica — dozens of plum-colored blooms. Price per 5.            30 M            $20.25      Per/5
5288501    F. imperialis (Crown Imperial) Rubra Maxima - Red (20/22) per 5.    36 M            $20.25      Per/5

           Example:
  2710     Jan Bos (16/17 cm) — red. 1910.                                     10 E     2      $24.50    Per/30      $49.00
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  V.E.                                     Bulb                              Height/ Order Priced as Bulbs               Total
  No.                                                                        Bloom Quantity Marked Per Bag               Price
             MISCELLANEOUS SPRING BULBS: Top size. Numbers in parentheses after each bulb (e.g., 2-3/3-4)
             indicate planting depth (2-3") and spacing (3-4"). Priced as marked.
    2852     Anemone blanda (Windflower) mixture — white, pink, blue.              6 E-M            $3.75    Per/25
                 Soak 24 hours, plant on shallow edge. (5/6)
    2854     Eranthis hyemalis (Winter Aconite) — yellow. Blooms with               4 VE            $3.75    Per/25
                 snowdrops. Prefers moist soil, semi-shade. (4/5)
    2856     Galanthus woronowii (Snow Drops) — Single pure white                    6E             $3.75    Per/25
                 flowers herald winter's end. (5/5)
    2858     Puschkinia libanotica (Lebanon Squill) — faded blue                   6 M-L            $3.75    Per/25
                 denim, stripes. Best in natural drifts. 1808. (5/6)
    2859     Scilla sibirica (Siberian Squill) — sky blue. Naturalizes. 1939. (8/9) E-M
                                                                                  F.6               $3.75    Per/25
    2864     Camassia quamash — blue blooms on 30" spikes for weeks.               30 M-L           $3.75    Per/12
                 Native. Sun/part shade; moist. 1837. (6/7)
    2853     Chionodoxa luciliae, Blue Starflower! My Favorite! —                    8E             $3.75    Per/25
                 sweet blue starry flowers. Naturalizes. Hardy. 1885. (5/6)
    2865     Chionodoxa luciliae 'Alba' (gigantea) (Glory-of-the-Snow) —             8E             $3.25    Per/12
                 pure white starry flowers. Naturalizes. Hardy. 1885. (5/6)
    2866     Chionodoxa forbesii 'Pink Giant' — similar to above but pink            6E             $3.25    Per/12
                 with white centers. Naturalizes. 1942. (5/6)
    2868     Galanthus nivalis Flore Pleno (Double Snowdrop) — pendant white                        $3.60    Per/12
                 bells, 1-in. blooms on 6-in. stalks. 1731. (5/6)                  3-6 M
    2869     Ixiolirion tataricum (Tatar Lily) — deep violet-blue blooms,           15 L            $3.60    Per/12
             grass-like foliage. Sun. Naturalizes. Dormant in summer. (4/5)
    2870     Leucojum aestivum (Summer Snowflake) — 5-7 milk-white                  12 L            $3.25    Per/12
                 blooms with green tips a stem. Tolerates moist site. 1594. (8/10)
    2871     Oxalis adenophylla (Wood Sorrell) — lilac-pink. Mounds                                 $3.60    Per/12
                 of silvery-green foliage. Non-invasive. (6/7)                       5L
    2920     Dichelostemma ida-maia (Firecracker Flower) – clusters of              18 L            $3.00    Per/12
             tubular red flowers on tall stems that sway in breeze. Native. (5/+)
    2921     Ipheion uniflorum (Star Flower) – white to soft blue flowers           F..6            $3.00    Per/12
                 above grass-like foliage. Fragrant. C. 1836. (3.5/+)
    2922     Scilla bifolia rosea (Squill) – light pink, fragrant. Naturalizes. 1601. NEW.
                                                                                     6E             $3.00    Per/12

DEADHEADING AND SELF-SEEDING
Here's some advice from Bob Polomski, horticulturalist at Clemson University: Deadheading tulips diverts them from seed
production to storing energy for next year. However, certain species tulips, such as T. clusiana , produce volunteer seedlings
if they are not deadheaded. It's not necessary to deadhead hybrid narcissus because they usually do not produce seed.
Many species daffodils do produce viable seeds, including N. bulbocodium and N. poeticus var. recurvus. Other bulbs that
will reseed themselves include Anemone blanda , Chionodoxa spp., Eranthis hiemalis, Galanthus spp., Leucojum vernum,
Muscari spp., Puschkinia libanotica, and Scilla siberica. [From Horticulture , Jan./Feb. 2004, 14]

BLOOM SEQUENCE
Under normal conditions in the Washington area , bulbs flower in the following sequence:
February-March: Galanthus; Eranthis; Crocus species; Iris danfordiae and reticulata; Crocus hybrids.
March: Narcissus species; Scilla sibirica; Chionodoxa; Tulip Kaufmanniana, Fosteriana, early Botanicals;
  Muscari armeniacum and botryoides; Tulip Greigii, other Botanicals.
April: Narcissus Trumpets, Long-cupped; Tulip Single Early, Double Early; Narcissus Short-cupped;
  Anemone blanda; Tulip Triumph, Darwin hybrid; Narcissus Doubles, Jonquilla, Poeticus;
  Tulip Single Late, Lily-flowered, Fringed, Parrot, Double Late; Muscari botryoides.
May: Early Alliums; Dutch Iris; Leucojum aestivum; Muscari comosum; Puschkinia; Erythyronium; Oxalis;
  Dichelostemma.
June and later: Late Alliums; Camassia; Lycoris.
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   V.E.                               Special Bulbs                              Order       Price                Total
   No.                                                                          Quantity As Marked                Price
AMARYLLIS - (Hippeastrum): Large-flowering Dutch hybrids. Large Bulb-Size 36/+ produces 2 or 3 scapes,
4 to 6 blooms a scape. Bloom 5 to 8 weeks indoors.
            Large Single Flowers - Great hostess & holiday gifts!
 5850616 Christmas Gift (36/+) — Very Pretty, pure white.              EACH                  $9.00
 5851316 Red Lion (36/+) — red. Christmas/Valentine choice.            EACH                  $9.00
 5851416    Star of Holland (36+) --- Red with white star center       EACH                  $9.00

Fall Blooming Colchicum collection
(These Fall Blooming Bulbs will arrive several weeks earlier than the October Order)
 125204      Waterlily (16/18)                                                EACH                   $3.50
 125211      Autumnale Album (13/+)                                           EACH                   $3.50
 125228      Lilac Bedder (20/22)                                             EACH                   $3.50
 125235      Lilac Wonder (20/+)                                              EACH                   $3.50


Fall Blooming Crocus Collection
(These Fall Blooming Bulbs will arrive several weeks earlier than the October Order)
 126379      Ochroleucus (5/6)                                                Per/12                 $5.00
 125198      Zonatus (9/10)                                                   Per/12                 $5.00


Paperwhites

5399900      Paperwhites: Ziva, size 16/17 cm.                                     Per/4                $3.24
             Sweet-smelling paperwhite narcissus are among the easiest bulbs to grow indoors.
EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS
Bulb size: The term "top size" can be a misnomer. All of the bulbs are top size for their purpose. The
bedding size for most tulips is 12/+ cm., meaning 12 centimeters or larger. The bedding size for most narcissi is
DN II, meaning double-nose No. 2. Narcissi for naturalizing are mostly DN III (double-nose No. 3). The hyacinth
size 17/18 cm. is a superb choice for indoor forcing but top-heavy for outdoors; the smaller 16/17 cm. is the
choice for out-of-doors. The latter is now considered an excellent all-around performer, even a good forcer.
For amaryllis bulbs, 32/+ cm. is considered the regular size; miniatures are smaller. This year, we are introducing
some giant size amaryllis (44/+ cm.).
Bulbs especially suited for forcing are indicated by an F in the Height/Bloom column. Single Early
and Double Early tulips and many Triumphs provide the majority of tulips for forcing. Many narcissi force
easily, especially the Tazettas in Division VIII that are non-hardy. These include the Paperwhites. Many small
bulbs force well but must be kept cool (60º) until flowering. Pre-cooling is necessary for indoor forcing.
Height of plant and flower bloom time vary with cultural conditions — including soils and the seasons.
There are variations from garden to garden and frequently within gardens. Generally, in our area Very Early (VE)
means February-March, Early (E) means March-April, Midseason (M) means April, Late (L) means May, and
Very Late (VL) means June.
The date of official registration or introduction is given for most tulips and narcissi.
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                                      Bulk Orders/Giant Bulbs
                                                                           Order
                  PERENNIAL TULIPS IN WOODEN CRATE                                 Total
Unit nr.          GIANT BULBS - HUGE BLOOMS                         Size     qty         Unit price   Total
                                                                                   bulbs
                                                                           (units)
5296500 Tulips Darwin Hybrid: Pink Impression                       14/+            400 $148.00
5296501 Tulips Darwin Hybrid: Pink Impression                       14/+            200   $89.00
5296501 Tulips Darwin Hybrid: Pink Impression                       14/+            20     $8.35
5296501 Tulips Darwin Hybrid: Red Parade                            14/+           400    $125.00
5296501 Tulips Darwin Hybrid: Red Parade                            14/+           200    $75.00
5496601 Tulips Darwin Hybrid: Red Parade                            14/+           20      $8.10
5296501 Tulips Darwin Hybrid: Yellow Parade                         14/+           400    $143.00
5296501 Tulips Darwin Hybrid: Yellow Parade                         14/+           200    $81.00
5496701 Tulips Darwin Hybrid: Yellow Parade                         14/+           20      $8.35
5296501 Tulips Triumph Purple: Attilla                              14/+           400    $155.00
5296501 Tulips Triumph Purple: Attilla                              14/+           200    $81.00
5496801 Tulips Triumph Purple: Attilla                              14/+           20      $8.10
5296501 Tulips Fosteriana White: White Emperor                      14/+           400    $148.00
5296501 Tulips Fosteriana White: White Emperor                      14/+           200    $86.00
5496900 Tulips Fosteriana White: White Emperor                      14/+           20      $8.00
                                                                           Order
                      TRUMPET NARCISSI MARIEKE                                     Bulbs
Unit nr.                 IN WOODEN CRATES                           Size     qty         Unit price   Total
                                                                                   p/bag
                                                                           (units)
5497600 Marieke: Large Yellow Trumpet                           12/14 cm             25   $10.50
5497800 Marieke: Large Yellow Trumpet                           12/14 cm            100   $38.00
                                                                           Order
                    TRUMPET NARCISSI - MOUNT HOOD                                  Bulbs
Unit nr.                 IN WOODEN CRATES                           Size     qty         Unit price   Total
                                                                                   p/bag
                                                                           (units)
5498300 Mount Hood: Creamy Trumpet Turns White                  14/16 cm             20   $11.50
5498500 Mount Hood: Creamy Trumpet Turns White                  14/16 cm            100   $52.00
                                                                           Order Bulbs
Unit nr.                                                                     qty    Per    Unit
                   SPECIALS - Narcissi 200 Per Case               Size     (units) Crate   price      Total
5293100    Ducth Master, Showy, up-facing trumpet               14/16 cm            200   $107.00
5293200    Foresight, White with Yellow trumpet.                14/16 cm            200   $123.00
5298900    Ice Follies, white perianth, lemon-yellow cup.       14/16 cm            200     $88.00
5299000    Las Vegas, brilliant yellow trumpet.                 14/16 cm            200   $156.00
5299100    Orange Ice Follies, white perianth orange cup.       14/16 cm            200     $88.00
5299200    Salome, ivory petals yellow cup turns pink.          14/16 cm            200     $85.00
5299300    Tahiti, sulfur-yellow, red inner.                    14/16 cm            200   $104.00
5299400    Thalia - Swept back Petals, Abolute Elegance         12/14 cm            200     $91.00

				
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