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Fall Bulbs Ships: September thru December/Early Jan., Coast to Coast
 Order: August/Sept. for best availability, list ship date in comments on checkout form...Plant when temps are about 65F. or lower

photo: close up of  2nd.yr. Crocus in Bulk
 Fall Bulbs in Bulk  
Forcing Flower Bulbs.pdf
Prepared by Richard Jauron, extension horticulturist,
and Diane Nelson, extension communication specialist. Iowa State University
Protected from a heated cellar, cellar steps leading out
side makes a great space for chilling, about 3 months later given sun and heat...flowering daffodils in winter, which can be planted outside after last frost

East Coast / West Coast Shuffle........ It's not a dance
     Extreme distances shipping plants  7-10 day ground shipping, this is fine when temps are under the mid 80's.
     Some of our growers require 2 weeks for processing, please take this into account.  Why do the East Coast / West Coast Shuffle?
     it saves up to $200, over 3 day shipping. when temps reach 80's  for a box of 75 each 3.5" pots.....many plants travel year
     round ok, questions about  when to ship your plants Contact Us
Remote Tag........It's not a kid's game
      Make sure your plants are will be available when you need them, tell us. A grower's tagger will mark your plants as sold
      and not available to any other person and or company, list ship date in comments box on order check out form
 PPP, PPAF, PP# ,CPBRAF .......It's not a bunch of letters
       PPP one of our a growers uses to note 3 plants per pot
       PPAF (Plant Patent Applied For), PP# (Plant Patent#),CPBRAF (Canadian Plant Breeders Rights Applied For)
       PPAF, PP# ,CPBRAF, may not be used for propagation without license.

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