home extranet

If you can read this, Flash needs to be updated Proceed to the Adobe website for the free Flash plug-in.


Why are my daffodils blooming so much later this year than they did the first?

Truth is sometimes stranger than fiction. Established perennial or naturalized bulbs tend to bloom about two weeks earlier in subsequent years than they did their first year. This is important to know when you are making bulb selections for “Color ...


Learn About Amaryllis!


Christmas bouquet as an alternative!read more


Spring Alphabet



Bulbs suitable for naturalizing also remain undisturbed in the soil and will emerge again every year. An added advantage to these kinds of bulbs is that they can also increase in number if planted under ideal conditions (proper light and drainage). Examples are Snowdrop, Scilla and Crocus.

Summer Alphabet Spring Alphabet