Old House Gardens
From America’s Expert Source for Heirloom Flower Bulbs
Bump Crop/Unbridled Optimism Sale: Save Up to 40%

Good News! The Hortus Bulborum and a couple of our favorite growers offered us more bulbs than ever this fall — and I have a hard time saying no to their exquisite rarities. Some would call that a weakness, but I prefer to see it as unbridled optimism. “We can’t save them if we don’t sell them,” I always say, and since we still have too many of them looking for good homes, we’re slashing prices to entice you into enjoying their awesomeness in your garden.


20% Off
Luscious Lilies, — 5 easy classics
40% Off
Albatross, 1891 — propeller-like petals
Lucifer, 1890 — angel wings, devilish cup
Niveth, 1931 — Thalia’s elegant, uptown cousin
30% Off
Horn of Plenty, 1947 — long, dramatic bells
20% Off
Broughshane, 1938 — amber-white Irish trumpet
Croesus, 1912 — gold and silver coins
Double Campernelle, 1601 — perfect “roses”
Firebird, 1940 — Grand Rapids’ finest
Firetail, 1910 — is its cup truly RED?
Glory of Lisse, 1901 — one of the best of the poets
Ice Follies, 1953 — multiple award winner
Insulinde, 1921 — graceful, exuberant double
Mary Copeland, 1913 — colorful, informal ‘Mary Copeland’, 1913
Mrs. Langtry, 1869 — crinkled canary cup ringed with gold
Red Devon, 1943 — powerful yellow and orange
20% Off
Dreadnought, 1899 — curly-petalled double, extra rare
General Kohler, 1878 — double blue-purple
Roman Blue, 1562 — wildflowery, and it multiplies!
Roman Pink, 1573 — wildflowery, pink, and wonderful
20% Off
Black Beauty, 1957 — dark raspberry
gold band lily, 1862 — luxuriously fragrant
Guinea Gold, 1940 — golden martagon from zone-2 Manitoba
martagon, white, 1601 — made for fairies, luminous
regal lily, 1905 — fragrant and easy
40% Off
Beauty of Bath, 1906 — rose-on-yellow to purple-on-white
Black and White, 1920 — dark purple flames on white
Golden Standard, 1760 — 250 years old and still radiant
Mabel, 1856 — barmaid’s delight?
Royal Sovereign, 1820 — mahogany on gold
Silver Standard, 1760 — dazzling red on white
The Lizard, 1903 — flames of lilac and rose on cream
Zomerschoon, 1620 — true relic of Tulipomania
30% Off
Absalon, 1780 — chocolate and chestnut on gold
Duc van Tol Red and Yellow, 1595 — ancient, landmark miniature
Duc van Tol Rose, 1700 — tiny pink and white ballerina
Joost van de Vondel, 1850 — bold and intense
Old Times, 1905 — garnet and primrose
Wapen van Leiden, 1760 — did George Washington grow this?
20% Off
acuminata, 1816 — “spidery and mad”
Adonis, 1850 — manly beauty in purple and white
Gloria Nigrorum, 1837 — dark violet splashed on cream
Lord Stanley, 1860 — almost as exciting as the Cup itself!
Perfecta, 1750 — Baroque-filigreed “dragon” tulip
Princess Elizabeth, 1898 — lost for a decade, but now it’s back
Discount Samplers

Get more for your money with these easy samplers of some of our favorite heirloom bulbs.



Intro to Heirlooms, Fall, — our most popular sampler!
Intro to Heirlooms, Spring, — for a frugal, awesome summer adventure!

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