We have carried this selection of bulbs. Availability and sizes change.

Plants are in alphabetical order by botanical names.

Agapanthus 'Elaine' in bud
Common Name: Lily of the Nile 'Elaine'
Latin Name: Agapanthus 'Elaine'
Family: Liliaceae
Zone: 7-10
Deep dark blue purple globes of flowers on 4 foot stems! Three foot vigorous strap like leaves grow well in full sun. Blooms in mid-summer, several weeks later than regular Agapanthus. Photo is of flower in bud stage.

Belamcanda chinensis-Blackberry Lily
Common Name: Blackberry Lily
Latin Name: Belamcanda chinensis
Family: Iridaceae
Zone: 5 up
Native to China and Japan.
Orange flowers spotted with maroon. Use for cutting, borders. Flowers are 2 inches across and grow best in full sun to partial shade. Plant 24 inches apart. Grows 36 to 48 inches tall. The exposed ripe fruits of this Iris relative look like blackberries.
Plant in well drained soil.
Blackberry Lily is a wonderful garden plant, often difficult to find, so get yours now while they are blooming!

Clivia 'Good Hope' Yellow
Common Name: Clivia 'Good Hope' Yellow
Latin Name: Clivia miniata 'Good Hope'
Family: Amaryllidaceae
Zone: 9 - 11
Rare Clivias do best in shaded frost free locations. They can survive temperatures into the mid-twenties for short periods as long as they are kept on the dry side. Otherwise bring plants in for the winter. Clivias make excellent garden specimen or potted patio plants. This unusual yellow variety is a hard to find beauty. Mature plants can have 12 to 20 long lasting yellow flowers per stalk blooming in late winter and spring.

Crinum asiaticum Variegated
Common Name: Variegated Crinum
Latin Name: Crinum asiaticum 'Variegated'
Family: Amaryllidaceae
Zone: 7-10
Beautifully variegated green and white stripes could make this tropical bulb a showpiece specimen in your garden. Can bloom year round with warm weather. This is a large plant with 2-3 foot tall erect flower spikes of a dozen or more blooms each. Does well either in the ground or in a large container.

Crinum 'Menehune'
Common Name: Red Bog Lily
Latin Name: Crinum x 'Menehune'
Family: Amaryllidaceae
Zone: 8-10
Hot new dwarf Crinum 'Menehune' (center - dark red foliage) grows to about 2 feet tall and has lasting dark purple red leaves. Developed in Hawaii, the name refers to a mythological race of small dark-skinned people from the Hawaiian Islands that lived deep in the islands lush tropical forests. Menehune is a strikingly beatuiful crinum hybrid unlike any other.

Stars and Stripes Crinum
Common Name: Crinum 'Stars and Stripes'
Latin Name: Crinum scabrum x erubescens
Family: Amaryllidaceae
Zone: 7b-10

A Crinum hybrid created by Thad Howard using C. scabrum and C. erubescens as parents, Stars and Stripes is a strikingly beautiful Crinum with deep magenta-red center stripes on white tepals. This Crinum can take our hot summers and blooms best then although it will often re-bloom again in the fall. Flowers are held on 2 ft tall sturdy stems.

Crinum 'Summer Nocturne'
Common Name: Crinum 'Summer Nocturne'
Latin Name: Crinum moorei x erubescens
Family: Amaryllidaceae
Zone: 7-10
Cross of C. moorei and C. erubescens with prolific flowering in mid-summer till fall. Fragrant flowers are pale pink and darker pink towards the tepal tips.

Common Name: Sparkling Burgundy Pineapple Lily
Latin Name: Eucomis comosa 'Sparkling Burgundy'
Family: Hyacinthaceae
Zone: 8-10
A dramatic bulb from Tropical South Africa, Pineapple Lily has burgundy foliage 2 feet tall and 3 feet wide and blooms late summer. Great accent plant for flower beds or container growing. Prefers a warm, sunny spot with moist well drained soil, and plenty of mulch. Foliage is darkest in spring, changing lighter shades in summer. Flowers are dramatic and long lasting, great for arrangements.

Gladiolus byzantinus
Common Name: Byzantine Gladiolus
Latin Name: Gladiolus byzantinus
Family: Iridaceae
Zone: 6-10

An old south cottage garden heirloom gladiolus with small vibrant magenta flowers grown in America since colonial days. These bulbs increase year after year into even larger clumps.

Gladiolus byzantinus, sometimes known as cornflags, mark many old home sites and cemetery plots in Texas and the Southern U.S.

Common Name: Texas Copper Rainlily
Latin Name: Habranthus tubispathus var. texensis
Family: Amaryllidaceae
Copper Rainlily has narrow, linear or strap-shaped leaves. Flowers are similar to Zephyranthes and both are called rainlilies. Habranthus can be identified from Zephyranthes mainly by its nodding flowers. The variety texensis is found in Texas and Louisiana. Prefers good drainage and a moderately rich and moisture retentive soil. Plant in full sun.

Snow Bells - Leucojum aestivum
Common Name: Snow Bells, Snowdrops, Dewdrops
Latin Name: Leucojum aestivum
Family: Amaryllidaceae
Zone: 5-9
Small white bell like flowers in early spring. Naturalizes along the Gulf Coast. Allow foliage to grow and then die back in order to make food for next years blooms. One of the earliest blooming spring bulbs, Snow Bells is an Old South Heirloom bulb. Our stock is from old Louisiana homesites.

Lilium longiflorum 'Casa Rosa' (Hybrid Easter lily)
Common Name: Pink Easter Lily
Latin Name: Lilium longiflorum 'Casa Rosa' (Hybrid Easter lily)
Family: Liliaceae
Zone: 7-10
Beautiful pink delicately scented lily blooms late spring with muted pink blooms. Grows 3 feet tall and multiplies over time. Large flowers, easy to grow, and makes an outstanding feature for a large patio container and are great as taller plants in a border garden.

Hurricane Lily - Lycoris radiata
Common Name: Hurricane Lily, Red Spider Lily
Latin Name: Lycoris radiata
Family: Amaryllidaceae
Zone: 7-10
At the end of summer when the weather begins to cool and during hurricane season, Hurricane Lilies pop up overnight in gardens all throughout the south. Large clusters of 5 to 7 bright red flowers form fireworks like flower heads atop 1½ to 2 foot tall stalks. After flowers have faded, straplike leaves grow to nourish the bulb until next summer when the leaves die back and the cycle starts again in the fall. Our stock is from old Louisiana homesites.

Common Name: Blood Lily, Catherine wheel
Latin Name: Scadoxus multiflorus 'katherinae'
Family: Amaryllidaceae
Zone: 9-10
Eight to ten inch wide clusters of scarlet red flowers interlock into a most striking globe shape on a one to two foot tall stalk. Blooms attract hummingbirds and are a great conversation piece in the garden. Easy to grow, multiplies each year. A relative of the more common Amaryllis. Native to South Africa. Goes dormant in winter.