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Winter Fragrance Garden

February Garden of the Month.
This garden has it all with bright color and sweet fragrance. Six red 'Seadove' Tulips planted among six 'Bridal Crown' Narcissus. The fragrance of the narcissus is subtle, sweet, and very pleasant. Potted in a nine inch round scalloped-edge tin cachepot with a weathered cream finish and floral embossing.

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The Living Gardens Difference

This picture shows what a typical pot of our pre-rooted bulb specialties will look like when it arrives to you. What you can’t see under the soil, and what sets us apart from the others, is that we do not grow mass market quality bulbs. Their bulbs are smaller and are very common varieties that are often purchased with no knowledge of the source. Living Gardens knows the growers worldwide and brings you bigger, better quality and unique varieties for the best results. Striving to beat the customers’ expectations has been our philosophy for 25 years.

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WOW!!!!! My box of bulbs arrived last week and they are GORGEOUS! Please tell Rick, Jan, and Frans, that I greatly appreciate their making their special daffodils available; and, the newer Saad-Assaf amaryllises. Whoa! Very much appreciated, in all aspects. I will be promoting this business in every way possible.

Saint Louis, MO

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Can I force my amaryllis bulb in a vase, the same way I force paperwhites and hyacinths?

February 12th, 2015

Yes, you can force amaryllis in a jar or vase that keeps the bulb about ½ inch above the water level. Choose amaryllis from the southern hemisphere; they typically have a shorter growing time and produce shorter stems that are less likely to topple. For more information, see our blog, Forcing Amaryllis in Jars and […]

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