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Tropical Bulbs (Zone 9-10 or Indoors)

Tropical Bulbs (Zone 9-10 or Indoors)These Tropical Bulbs are easy to grow and are suitable for planting outdoors all year if temperatures stay above a light frost (Zones 9-10). In colder climates bring pots indoors in September to continue to grow or allow to go dormant until spring (no water). We've been offering these off and on at the spring flower and garden shows and know you will like them too. Do not use soil mixtures or fertilizer with high nitrogen added because it will suppress flowering.



Eucrosia bicolor (Zones 9/10 or houseplant)
Eucrosia bicolor (Zones 9/10 or houseplant)

Smaller shrimp-red and cream flowers, smaller than Sprekelia, they are also produced but are longer-lasting.

Eucrosia bicolor (Zones 9/10 or houseplant)
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Sprekelia formosissima' (Zones 9/10 or houseplant)
Sprekelia formosissima' (Zones 9/10 or houseplant)

(Amaryllidaceae) Graceful velvet red flowers with narrow petals are produced in summer; sometimes a single bulb can flower two or three times a year if given good light and fertilizer. Long, strap-like leaves.

Sprekelia formosissima' (Zones 9/10 or houseplant)
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Wild Lilies
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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