Paperwhite Gift Boxes

The Paperwhite Gift Box contains four Narcissus Ziva paperwhite bulbs (16/17 cm), an attractive gift box, a watertight, green plastic pot, special soil, marble chips and instructions. It's so nice to have a case on hand for hostess presents and as gifts for school teachers or neighbors. (Store them at 50°F to 60°F in a dry, dark spot until you give them away.)
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#9625
$0.60

Available in units of 3 with volume unit discount pricing.

1 Unit 3 bulbs $17.50
2 Units 6 bulbs $33.75
4 Units 13 bulbs $69.50
8 Units 26 bulbs $131.75

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  • Paperwhites
    All indoor narcissi, also known as paperwhites, may be planted in soil or in pebbles with water at staggered intervals for delicately-scented flowers throughout the winter. It is also great fun for children to plant paperwhites and to watch them grow, so that they can watch the roots grow prior to the development of the stems and lovely flowers.

    Pot paperwhites from mid-October through early March for fragrant indoor blooms over the winter. Prior to potting, store them at 50 to 60 degrees F in a dark, dry spot. When bulb top growth (or the nose) is about 1½" high, plant the paperwhites in soil, or pebbles and water, and place in indirect sunlight until foliage is 4" tall. Then, place them in brighter sunlight and water well for lush trusses of fragrant flowers. If they grow too tall and leggy, cut for fragrant bouquets.

    Each bulb produces several, flower-bearing stems. Please make sure to keep them adequately watered throughout the duration of their bloom so that the roots do not run the risk of drying out.
Paperwhites
All indoor narcissi, also known as paperwhites, may be planted in soil or in pebbles with water at staggered intervals for delicately-scented flowers throughout the winter. It is also great fun for children to plant paperwhites and to watch them grow, so that they can watch the roots grow prior to the development of the stems and lovely flowers.

Pot paperwhites from mid-October through early March for fragrant indoor blooms over the winter. Prior to potting, store them at 50 to 60 degrees F in a dark, dry spot. When bulb top growth (or the nose) is about 1½" high, plant the paperwhites in soil, or pebbles and water, and place in indirect sunlight until foliage is 4" tall. Then, place them in brighter sunlight and water well for lush trusses of fragrant flowers. If they grow too tall and leggy, cut for fragrant bouquets.

Each bulb produces several, flower-bearing stems. Please make sure to keep them adequately watered throughout the duration of their bloom so that the roots do not run the risk of drying out.
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