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Large Quantity of Cheap Bulbs in Georgia to Mississippi

January 19, 2009

I know a non profit company in Georgia that runs a nursery and gets truckloads of free bulbs donated to them that they try and resell and make money for there rehabilitation Center. They turned down 50 pallets of them in November because they couldn’t use them all. Does anyone here know of someone from Georgia to Mississippi that would be interested in buying the bulbs at a very reduced price. They pick them up in Mississippi and bring them back to Geogia. If you want a large quantity they can possibly drop them off on their way back to Georgia. I donate seeds to him and told him I would look for people for next year. They possibly are getting thousands of plugs again this spring too. Contact me at my jeff@cheapseeds.com email address if you know anybody that would need them. They do also sell them in smaller quantities at the nursery in Georgia. The bulbs usually arrive in late November.

Red Fern Peony

October 10, 2008

We are selling our excess red Fern Leaf Peony corms on Ebay. You won’t find them anywhere for this cheap of a price. These are the double, brilliant red, fern leaf peony tuber.    Very hardy Minnesota grown. Has a vase life of 10 days.  Blooms in early Spring.  Has bright red flowers and  with great looking green fern foliage. Come back year after year.  Grows 10 to 16 inches tall and wide.  If you find these selling cheaper anywhere let me know. Most of the time you can’t find them at any price. Most other places sell them between 20 to 40 dollars each. Click here to take a look.

Keep Gardening. Jeff

Gardening With Flower Bulbs

September 29, 2008

So many different types of flower bulbs exist that it’s possible to create an infinite number of garden arrangements with the help of bulbs. While they are often thought of as being spring flowers, there are bulbs that bloom during spring, summer, fall and even winter. This can make it possible for any garden come to life during most, if not all, of the year. read more Read more