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From Bumps to Bulbs: Summer in Review Part 8

From Bumps to Bulbs: Summer in Review Part 8

***This is the second to the last blog of our summer review.  It is a short one.  The last one will take us up to the fall.  By the way, our website incorrectly marked our oxblood lilies as sold out. WE STILL HAVE SOME! I have made the change at www.southernbulbs.com and they are now […]

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Brenham Herb Society and The Cloister Garden Easter Lilies

Brenham Herb Society and The Cloister Garden Easter Lilies

Last week I had the honor of speaking to the Herb Society of America Pioneer Unit in Brenham, TX. I had a wonderful time in the Round Top area, including a very nice margarita at Los Patrones (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Los-Patrones/266211846746281) followed by a twilight tour of Fesitval Hill (http://www.festivalhill.org/) and the Cloister Garden. Hard to believe all […]

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‘Mrs. James Hendry’: fragrance, beauty, and now…

‘Mrs. James Hendry’: fragrance, beauty, and now…

Today I am speaking at The Arborgate in Tomball, TX and the road trip down here from Tyler, TX gave Rebecca and me an opportunity to swing by one of our growing locations for Crinum ‘Mrs. James Hendry.’  There were some hardy clumps, so I divided some and shot a short video.  I am putting our […]

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Spring Blooms

Spring Blooms

Spring is full of flowers around here, and we have a new little flower exploring many of these daffodils for the first time!   Enjoy some pics from the springs scenes around the Southern Bulb Company. Also, note that all of our Lycoris selections (naked ladies, red spider lilies, and yellow hurricane lilies are available […]

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An Update Through Photos and Special Offer

An Update Through Photos and Special Offer

Hello all! Below is an update through photos.  We are full of Crinum “Milk and Wine” lilies so at the end I mention a special offer.  We’re all looking forward to the fall! The yellow spider lilies are coming into bloom in Houston Texas (Lycoris aurea) On air with Beverly Welch and Linda Gay of […]

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What We’ve Been Up To!

What We’ve Been Up To!

As you can see in the pics, the humidity is upon us! We continue to dig oxblood lilies from the farm right now, and baby Josephine is helping with the Hymenocallis ‘Tropical Giant!’ We’re running a note card momentarily to our newsletter list (“The Bulb Hunter Monthly”) as well to let customers know that our […]

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Rain Rain Rain! Good for Spring Crinum Blooms

Rain Rain Rain! Good for Spring Crinum Blooms

One thing we can thank the rain for is the over abundance of beautiful crinum blooms from the farm this year.  Take a look at some of the images from several weeks ago!  We have just sent our newsletter as well, so if you’re on the Bulb Hunter newsletter list, standby for another e-mail from […]

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Spring Around the Corner

Spring Around the Corner

Well we survived our first winter with a little addition to our lives, and now we’re getting ready for spring.  We just did a soft release of Southern Bulb spring/summer products online at www.southernbulbs.com.  We’ll be doing a newsletter in about 3 weeks in conjunction with Chris’s (The Bulb Hunter) talk to the Alabama Master […]

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CCMGA 2014 Bulb and Perennial Mart – McKinney, TX

Hello All – Mark your calendars! Just wanted to let you all know about the Collin County Master Gardeners Bulb and Perennial Mart in McKinney, TX this month! Our bulbs will be available for sale at the mart. Details listed below! Happy Fall! Fall is the ideal time to plant your perennials, shrubs and spring […]

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Red Spider Lily Article

This is a great article, except the spell check changed “radiata” to “radiate!”  I never knew that Cpt. Robert’s grave in New Bern, NC actually had red spider lilies blooming on it!

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