General Questions & Answers (FAQs)
Deer, Rabbits & other Varmints, pets and gardening tidbits.
Excessive Rainfall & What to do.
Brown spot on flowers or leaves? Leaves turning brown from the bottom up?
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.
This is simply a Penicillin mold, which does not harm lily bulbs. Lilies are very high in sugar content (their stored food for the next season's growth) and during storage penicillin growth often appears where there might have been a small harvesting bruise...(more)
Nature sometimes provides surprises in the garden.
B&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)
Do you have a photo of your garden that you would like to share? Photos should be sharp images, either as a glossy print or a jpeg (limited to not more than 1mg in size please).
Some descriptions refer to Strain or Clone.