Wednesday, March 29, 2017
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Is it possible that Christmas comes again in March? Every year, new summer blooming bulb varieties are introduced in March. This year's lineup includes a number of gorgeous Dahlias, Lilies and a number of other treasures like Cobra Lilies, Canna Lilies and Daylilies. Enjoy!

New bulbs for 2017

Canadian Celebration Dahlia

Celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday this summer by growing Canadian Celebration (Fire and Ice) Dahlia. It promises continuous flowers July through October. It’s a gorgeous and vibrant semi-double dahlia with true red and white petals surrounding a striking golden yellow centre that lends a friendly daisy-like appearance. Simply fun and eye-catching, this dahlia is ready to bring on the colour and patriotic spirit wherever it is grown. Whether your garden is large or small, this dahlia is ideal for borders, beds, and containers on balconies and patios. Easy to grow in well-draining soil and full sun, Canadian Celebration Dahlia reaches 40 cm (16”) in height. Flowers are 8-10 cm (3-4”) across, and the more you cut them for bouquets the more they’ll bloom.

Painted Madame Dahlia

The Painted Madame dahlia has light orange petals with speckled and striped red painted on like details. With its many layered petals and light green stem, this flower brings a vibrant and unique aspect to your garden. This bulb flowers July to October and grows 40-44 inches high. This exotic flower originating from Mexico and Guatemala’s Inca kings are one of the easiest to grow. It provides a wonderful source for cut flowers in mid-summer until the first frost.

Wizard of Oz - Pompom Dahlia

The Wizard of Oz Dahlia is a pompom like flower head with ball-shaped blooms that have an ombre-like tone under the petals. This textured and layered flower grows 3 inches wide and flowers mid-late summer. They enjoy full sun and are wonderful, long lasting cut flowers. This flower is a perfect add to your garden when looking for a pop of fun and liveliness.

New bulbs for 2017

Blackberry Ripple Giant- Dinnerplate Cactus Dahlia

The Blackberry Ripple Cactus Dahlia usually blooms in mid/late summer to early fall. Each bloom is uniquely colored typically pink or purple and has narrowly pointed petals which give it a cactus spidery look. This flower needs full sun and they are susceptible to the cold so be careful not to plant them too early and be sure to dig them up before the frost comes. The flower originates from Guatemala and Mexico. Cactus Dahlia’s can grow to 44 inches (110cm) tall.

Myrtle’s Folly - Giant Dinnerplate Dahlia

The Myrth’s Folly Dahlia is an impressive flower. Huge in size measuring up to 8 inches across and 36 inches high (90cm). This flower requires full sun and usually starts to blossom from mid summer to early fall. These Dahlias are easy to grow in the garden and usually have pink and red color petals with a mix of gold. These flowers don’t like the cold so you want to dig them up before he frost comes and store them in the winter before replanting them in the spring. Store them in a box covered with moistened sand and keep at (7-10 degrees Celsius).

Sylvia Ball Dahlia

The Sylvia ball dahlias have fresh orange-like blooms that bring a vibrant aspect to your flower beds. This layered flower creates a globe shape. These vibrant orange flowers are perfect for your mid-summer to first frost bouquets. These dahlias grow up to 40 inches. Although they are hardy they are susceptible to the cold.

New bulbs for 2017

Double Jill Dahlia

The Double Jill dahlia is a white and yellow glob shaped flower with an orange and red centre. Both the layered petals and lemon-vanilla shades gives the flower depth. Dahlias are amongst the easiest to grow and are an abundant source for cut flowers. They grow 40 inches high and strive in full sun making it perfect for those with no shade in their garden.

Sweet Violets - Novelty Pompom Dahlia

This Sweet violet has layered petals forming the flower head into a spherical shape. It grows 40 inches tall and is easy to grow. Sweet Violet dahlias are beautiful cut flowers and are very unique compared to other cut flowers thus usually making it the star of the bouquet.

Brigitta Alida - Giant Dinnerplate Dahlia

The Brigitta Alida dahlia is a large intense flower with a burgundy centre and lighter outer petals. This plant is deer resistant and with a single stem you can make a flower arrangement! They bloom from mid-summer to the first frost and enjoy full sun. There height ranges from 40 inches and this dahlia is quite hardy.

New bulbs for 2017

Mignus Randy - Giant Dinnerplate Dahlia

The Mingus Randy dahlia has a dinnerplate size flower head and is a great cut flower. It had a lavender colour centre and edges and in the between is a creamy white. Its pointed, thin petals give the flower a unique spunky look and are unlike most flowers. It grows up to 40 inches high and is fairly hardy, other than not liking the cold.

Penhill Watermelon Giant Dinnerplate Dahlia

Penhill Watermelon is a Giant Dinnerplate Dahlia variety in shades of luscious pink, peach and yellow. Flowers can measure up to 11 inches across!. Great cut flower. Provides nearly continuous blooms from summer through until first frost. Grows up to 60 inches in height

Apricot Fudge- Double Asiatic Lily

These elegant lilies have a rose like form. They are a soft peach in color and they are very strong flowers, resistant to disease and viruses which make them exceptional flowers for the gardens, containers as well as cut flowers. This Lily requires full sun and partial shade. They bloom double flowers off the stem in late spring, early summer and grow 25 to 36 inches. These Lilies multiply annually and have a beautiful fragrance that butterflies love.

New bulbs for 2017

Outback Trumpet Lily

The Outback Trumpet Lily has a creamy yellow colour with medium to dark coloured leaves. This superb flower that reaches 3 to 4 feet makes it perfect for a mid-garden setting. Since these flowers can grow tall, we suggest you plant them where they are protected from strong winds. They flower mid to late July and grow in full sun to partial shade. Furthermore its soft yellow petals and significant size also carry a strong fragrance. They make great cut flowers when planted in groups.

Campfire Dance Montbretia

This new Colourful Companions pack features 20 assorted Crocosmia corms that produce flowers in shades of yellow, orange and red. Also known as Montbretia, these intriguing flowers bloom in summer and are hummingbird magnets. Grows best in full sun. Reaches 24 inches in height.

Mercedes - Calla Lily

The Mercedes Calla lily is an upscale, posh flower like its name. Its intense green foliage and sleek pointed tips make this flower very different from others. It loves full sun and grows up to 2 feet. Its peachy and red tone highlights create an intense, stunning flower perfect for any occasion. This bulb is also perfect for containers as it has narrow foliage.

New bulbs for 2017

Vanilla Cream - Greenleaf Canna

The Vanilla Cream Greenleaf Canna flower has a unique shape with creamy white flowers and classic green foliage. It blooms mid-summer to late summer and strives in full sun. Its height rages from 24 inches- 60 inches thus requiring protection from strong winds. Other attributes include being deer resistant as well as gracing your kitchen dining table as cut flowers.

Arisaema speciousum- Giant Cobra Lily

Arisaema speciousum, also known as the Cobra Lily is a perennial which originates from India and requires part sun to mostly shade. In late spring to early summer usually three dark green textured leaves will appear with red edging. The plant will flower usually in May and will have a dark wine purple color with white pinkish stripes. The flower will hold a spadix which starts off thick and sturdy then turns to a crumpled red thread. This plant can grow anywhere from 30-34 inches high (76-86cm). The Giant Cobra Lily enjoys a mist well drained soil. This plant contains calcium oxalate crystals which can irritate the mouth and esophagus.

Here Lies Butch - Hemerocallis

This daylily has thick white and purple petals with lime trimmings. This plant produces 5 inch flowers across on 22 inch stems. The bloom season is typically from mid-late summer. This plant needs full sun and partial shade. All parts of the plant is edible, bee friendly and fragrant.

Most of these items are available at Art's for spring 2017, between February and the End of April. You can also shop for these in our webstore. As always, please call 604.882.1201 to confirm availability if you are making a special trip as quantities may be limited for some varieties.

Rebecca van der Zalm

Rebecca van der Zalm

Rebecca is an owner and the ‘Plant Boss’ of Art’s Nursery Garden & Home, a large family owned garden centre in Surrey. Fueled by her passion for plants and the occasional grande vanilla latte, Rebecca strives to share her love of gardening at every opportunity. The goal: to offer more service, more selection and more fun.
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