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Bulbs Direct: 200 Bulbs $11.04 Shipped

by Tara Kuczykowski on March 31, 2010 · 16 comments


If you're looking to spruce up your landscaping with some beautiful flowers that will keep coming back every year, here's a fantastic deal on bulbs from Bulbs Direct!

Their Easter special includes 200 bulbs for the price of $12.99. Use the coupon code GN1020059 at checkout to receive an additional 10% off your order plus FREE shipping. Your final total for 200 high-quality bulbs is just $11.04!

I'm all over this because I've been planning to buy bulbs to plant around our deck that we built last year.

Thanks, The Thrifty Mama!

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1 Carrie March 31, 2010 at 4:25 pm

The transaction worked perfectly. Thanks for the information!

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2 Eleanor March 31, 2010 at 5:31 pm

Perfect deal! I was just complaining to my husband that I wanted more flowers in our yard but its not really in our budget!

Thanks!
:-)

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3 Megan March 31, 2010 at 6:19 pm

This made for an awesome early Mothers' Day gift! I just sent one to my mom and one to the mother-in-law.

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4 kate burne March 31, 2010 at 6:53 pm

wow!!! what a great deal im so excited we just got a first house i wanted to make a pretty flower bed. im so excioted to see how this will turn out!!!

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5 Diane March 31, 2010 at 9:33 pm

Thanks for passing this along, no matter how many flowers I have I always find room for more ;-) I had a small local place down the street that would have great sales at the end of the season, but they closed at the end of 2008. I started quite a few different seeds last year and was surprised at how well that turned out. These bulbs are going to work in with the rest of what I was planing so well, thanks again!

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6 deb pritchett April 1, 2010 at 8:05 am

Is a great deal but as a gardener I have to tell ya, that's a great deal of work for someone.
One other thing to keep in mind-I doubt each bulb will be individually marked for variety. It'll be tough knowing which should be planted in the background and which ones will be smaller, needing to be placed in the front of your landscaping. Just a thought...

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7 Dani April 1, 2010 at 10:22 am

This is a great deal, thanks for sharing! I can't wait to plant these in our backyard !

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8 Tara Kuczykowski April 1, 2010 at 10:32 am

I've ordered from Bulbs Direct in the past and the bulbs were separated. I can't speak to this particular offer because I haven't received it yet though, so I'd encourage you to call if you're concerned.

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9 Becky April 1, 2010 at 11:23 am

Don't forget, most bulbs are planted in the Fall, not in the Spring. Make sure you store these in a cold, dark place (and away from squirrels...) and bring them out again in the Fall to plant to flower in the Spring.

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10 AnneS April 1, 2010 at 12:39 pm

I just ordered these and I am a newbie in gardening. I see Becky's post above where she states that bulbs are planted in the fall - but on bulbsdirect website it says: THIS COLLECTION CAN BE PLANTED ANYTIME BETWEEN FEBRUARY UNTIL THE END OF MAY FOR HARDY ZONES 4-11.
I am in Colorado (zone 5-6) - Am I safe planting April/May or should I wait until fall???? Thanks!

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11 Beth April 2, 2010 at 11:01 am

Details given to me by the company:
60 x anemone de caen.
60 x Brodiaea queen fabiola.
10 x gladioli large flowering mix.
60 x ixia mix.
10 x Liatris purple.

Every packet of bulbs/bare root plant has a printed instruction on the
back. They will state how deep to plant them (arrow pointing down), how
far apart ( horizontal arrow), what month they flower ( e.g.: v = may)
and how high the will grow ( arrow pointing up). These instructions will
allow you to plant the taller ones at the back of your bed and smaller
ones to the front. You can always arrange them to the flowering period.
The choice is yours.

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12 Katie Garrity April 15, 2010 at 2:30 pm

Just got my bulbs, thanks a ton! They all came in one box, however I did not open it yet.

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13 Karin May 16, 2010 at 8:09 pm

Hi! I ordered these and am planning on planting them this week. I'm just wondering if anyone else has planted them yet and has any info/tips or has seen them growing and doing well or not. Thanks!

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