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B&D Lilies’ bulbs are AMERICAN-GROWN in the Pacific Northwest, which allows firm, mature bulbs to be harvested in time for safe delivery to you FALL through SPRING to any mailing address in the lower 48 states and Alaska. Advantages include: fresher bulbs on a natural cycle, better root systems and taller stems (usually with many more flowers the first year).

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NEW - Fall 2014 Catalog
NEW - Fall 2014 Catalog

Alphabetized listing of varieties available for October - November delivery. We begin shipping in mid October for the earliest-harvest varieties, even while bulbs are still be processed from the fields. Cold climate areas are shipped first (upper Midwest, Northeast, Mountain areas, etc.), then we begin on the Pacific Northwest and Southern States.

Frost & Snow before Fall planting?
Frost & Snow before Fall planting?

The first snowstorm of October or November may be a cause for concern if you are planting shrubs or perennials, but do not worry about lily bulbs from B&D Lilies. Being completely dormant and safely tucked underground, they will not be harmed by the sudden changes in weather. Click bulb trio photo to learn more.

"Hands and Knees" Gardening<BR> (Our favorite tools for the job.)
"Hands and Knees" Gardening<BR> (Our favorite tools for the job.)

On Sale Today! These are the type of tools that Dianna has used for over a decade in the garden. All are super sharp and lightweight enough for weaker hands and wrists, plus all can be kept sharpened with a simple sharpening stone.

Wild Lilies
Timely Tips!
Wild Lily bulbs making up the genus Lilium belong to the family Liliaceae comprising of approximately 200 genera made up of approximately 2,000 lily species. There are in the neighborhood of 110 to 120 Lilium species depending on whose classification you reference. For the full article, click Knowledge Base