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Plant your mixed bulbs immediately upon receipt. Smaller bulbs should be planted fairly close together, roughly 4 inches apart and 2 - 3 times as deep as their height. Choose a site which receives at least 4-6 hours of sunlight each day and is well-drained. Water frequently in spring. Cover with mulch in winter. Peat moss, pine needles, leaves, straw or grass cuttings are good materials to use. 

  •  Plant dahlias about 3 inches deep and 12 inches apart in a well-drained, sunny area. Deep watering 1-2 times a week is necessary during warmer, dryer weather. Hotter climates will need to water more often as conditions require. Proper watering promotes better blooming. Do not allow the tubers to stand in water.
  • Plant iris 6 inches deep and 4 inches apart. Use medium drained soil with moderate water.
  • Plant lilies 8- 10" apart 3 times as deep below surface of ground as the bulb is high. If the bulb is 2" high, its bottom should be 6" below ground level. All lilies prefer light, loamy soil with a deep organic mulch, and require good drainage. Fertilize at beginning of growing season to encourage larger plants. If the season is dry, keep ground moist but not wet by watering thoroughly once a week until plants flower. After flowering, reduce water and allow them time to dry. 
  • Plant gladiolus in a site with full sun and adequate drainage, and protected from strong winds which could knock down the tall flower spikes. plant 6"-8" inches deep and space 4 to 6 inches apart, then water thoroughly.  
  •  Plant freesia bulbs about 2 inches deep and 4 inches apart in a sunny area.  Keep the plants moist but not wet.

The most popular color choice for any garden is orange. The orange flowers that will bloom are sure to make a stunning bouquet against any backdrop.

The easy to grow Decorative Orange Dahlia with its upright stems are sure to be a summer favorite.With large, vivacious orange blooms that turn their faces skyward, Orange Asiatic Lilies may well be the perfect garden lily! Strong, 3–4' stems carry an abundance of these impressive flowers to create a highly visible and uncommonly vibrant display. Large salmon-orange blooms with peachy yellow throats and a strawberry-orange blotch line the tall flower stems of the Peter Pears Gladiolus. The Orange Single Freesia are noted for their fragrance and bright color making them a favorite for corsages. 

Includes The Following 

  • One Decorative Orange Dahlia
  • Two Orange Asiatic Lilies
  • Four Peter Pears Gladiolus
  • Eighteen Orange Single Freesia 

  • Product Details

    • Sun to partial shade
    • Blooms late spring to mid summer
    • Require well drained soil area 

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