Old House Gardens
From America’s Expert Source for Heirloom Flower Bulbs

We’re constantly searching for great old bulbs to add to our catalog. (Email us your suggestions!) Here’s what we’re offering for the first time — or after a hiatus — in our fall 2013/spring 2014 catalog.

New for SPRING 2014 Planting
Apricot, 1893 — the very first
Autumn Minaret, 1951 — up to 7 feet tall!
Crimson Pirate, 1951 — graceful, star-like blossoms
Kindly Light, 1949 — long, narrow, curling petals
Ophir, 1924 — trumpet-shaped, American-bred pioneer
Dixie’s Winedot, 1942 — from Clio, Michigan, to Stanford University
Golden Heart, 1955 — warm sunburst of beauty
Lutt Wichen, 1941 — gardenia-flowered “ground-cover” dahlia
Miss Rose Fletcher, 1948 — pastel cactus
Nita, 1959 — freckled twin of the great ‘Juanita’
Radiance, 1958 — vivid rose-pink and silver
Rosemary Webb, 1956 — abundant, peony-like blooms
King Solomon, 1966 — sumptuous burgundy trimmed with silver
Sunset Sky, 1965 — small, ruffled, and early-blooming
Blue Rhythm, 1945 — award-winning Iowa farmboy
Crimson King, 1893 — Victorian rebloomer in rich claret
Dauntless, 1929 — luxurious Dykes Medal winner
Frank Adams, 1937 — parchment, bronze, and oxblood
Gracchus, 1884 — short, regal iris, great for perennial borders
Mrs. George Darwin, 1895 — elegant, bouquet-sized white
Plumeri, 1888 — coppery rose and velvety claret
Rosy Wings, 1934 — “a delightful fantasy of colors”

New for FALL 2013 Planting
Argent, 1902 — bright double with arms akimbo
Feu de Joie, 1927 — free-spirited semi-double
Firebird, 1940 — Grand Rapids’ finest
Horace, 1894 — poet of carpe diem
Will Scarlett, 1898 — dazzling groundbreaker
blue Grecian windflower, 1854 — cheap, easy, and “one of the loveliest flowers”
Dutchman’s breeches, 1731 — Mrs. Trickett’s wild charmer
trillium, 1799 — “the epitome of woodland natives”
trout lily, dog-tooth violet, 1665 — with dappled moss-green leaves
white Spanish bluebell, 1601 — easy and luminous
gold band lily, 1862 — luxuriously fragrant
Golden Splendor, 1957 — where would Michael Pollan plant it?
Uchida, 1960 — selected from the wild by Hirotaka Uchida
Double Yellow, Ophir, 1827? — the world’s only double yellow
Duchesse de Nemours, 1851 — “creamy chalices” to perfect white clouds
Early Scout, 1952 — fern-leafed, award-winning, and very early
Hermione, 1932 — richly fragrant, apple-blossom pink
Blondine, 1956 — Do blondes really have more fun?
Gerbrand Kieft, 1951 — named for one of our kind of guys
Harlequin, 1912 — misted with pink
Wildhof, 1953 — sparkling award-winner

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