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"Colder, with more rain than usual…" What a summer! Normally the Pacific Northwest has a prolonged spring, but this year it seemed more like a prolonged winter. Does this sound like your garden? [Originally written in 2008, but still seemingly valid for the Seattle area in 2011.] Click rain for dealing with too much moisture in your lily garden. More lily tips and tricks: Transplanting is easy, best done in the fall and simple fall cleanup will help reduce work next summer. How much mulch should I use on my lilies and what about winter care of potted lilies? Click Planting new bulbs and things to avoid in colder climates for useful information now.



"My Garden""My Garden"Do you have a photo of your garden that you would like to share? Photos should be sharp images, either as a glossy print, slide or high quality jpeg. Original slides are preferred, copies tend to lose color quality.

Archive CatalogsArchive CatalogsAlthough by no means complete, the last couple years of catalogs are listed here with the varieties that were sold, a handy place to look if you are trying to ID a lily in your garden that you purchased from us.

Exporting Bulbs & PlantsExporting Bulbs & PlantsCanadian customers.

Flower cutting guidelines
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Letters from our Customers
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Problem Solving (Animals to Weeds)
Request Printed CatalogRequest Printed CatalogB&D Lilies prints a full color lily bulb catalog for fall delivered bulbs and a simple flyer for spring planted bulbs. Flyers sent for spring planted bulbs are mailed in January of each year and the catalog for fall delivery bulbs is mailed Mid June. (Lower 48 states & Alaska only)

Shady areas
Strain or Clone?
What about pollen stains?
What is a Tetraploid?
When do you charge cards?
When do you ship?

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