The Early Stinzeplanten Special

Many stately 19th century brick homes in the provinces of Friesland and Groningen in the north of the Netherlands have lawns graced with a succession of naturalizing flower bulbs. Known as Stinzenplanten, the February through mid-May bloomers include numerous varieties of naturalizing heirloom flower bulbs.

If you’d like to add more varieties to the early show, consider any of the Species Crocus or Large Flowering Dutch Crocus, Galanthus nivalis Flore Pleno and woronowii, Ornithogalum balansae, Scilla bifolia rosea, mischtschenkoana and siberica alba.

Individually bagged and labeled, it is specially priced 20% less than our already terrific prices. Normal shipping charges apply. Top size bulbs.

  • 100 Crocus tommasinianus Barr’s Purple: Amethyst-violet with a gray exterior. Bulb size: 5 cm/up. March/April. 4”. HZ: 4-8.
  • 100 Eranthis hyemalis: The 1570 Winter Aconite. Bright lemon-yellow, recurved collars of spiky green foliage. Bulb size: 3.5/4 cm. March/April. 4”. HZ: 5-8.
  • 100 Galanthus elwesii: The 1874 Giant Snowdrop. Creamy-white, inner green markings. Bulb size: 7 cm/up. March/April. 5” to 8”. HZ: 3-8.
  • 100 Iris reticulata Harmony: Bluebird-blue standards, royal-blue falls with white-rimmed, yellow blotches. Bulb size: 6 cm/up. Early April. 4” to 6”. HZ: 5-9.
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    Available in units of 400.

    1 Unit 400 bulbs $83.95

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