Catalog of bulbs

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Bulbs are popular for flowers because they are relatively easy to plant and grow. Today, a large selection of flower bulbs is available. Tulips, lilacs, daffodils, crocuses, irises, dahlia, gradoli are just a few of the bulbs available. Often, different flower families have many variations. That's why over 100 tulips are available in the fall alone.
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If a customer is trying to find a light bulb that suits them, putting some light bulbs in the store is difficult and even more worrying. Fortunately, the store doesn't even have to try. Consumers can simply open the flower bud list and see photos of all available varieties. Many lists provide consumers with all relevant information, such as flower names, available colors, water requirements, sun requirements, regions, and prices. With a list of these bulbs, customers can determine at a glance the type of bulb they need.

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Jackson and Perkins are well-known companies for flower bulb listings. John Scheepers, Inc. provides a list of Dutch bulbs. Old House Gardens describes itself as "the only source of onion in ancient America". Finally, Van Dyke offers a list of bulbs and perennials.
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Many of these companies offer flower bullet lists online, in addition to or instead of printed lists. Currently, most accept online orders and credit cards, so you can complete the entire online transaction.