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100-Bulbs Touch of Eco Bees & Butterfly Collection Flower Mix EXPIRED

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Woot has 100-Bulbs Touch of Eco Bees & Butterfly Collection Flower Mix on sale for $20.99. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime, otherwise, a flat-rate $6 shipping fee will apply.

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  • Perennial flowers for planting zones 3-9
  • Flowers that will attract bees & butterfly
  • Blooms early Spring to late Summer
  • Require full sun to partial shade
Includes
  • 30x Anemone Blanda
  • 30x Ixia Mixed
  • 20x Gladiolus Mixed
  • 20x Allium Moly

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  • Contains an assortment of vibrant blooms design to attract bees and butterflies; pinks, purples, whites, and yellow
  • This will roughly cost around $0.20/bulb
  • Please note that this garden assortment contains Summer-Blooming blubs; best planted in Spring after all danger of frost has passed
  • Product will arrive as new
  • Limit of 3 per customer
  • Offer valid through June 1, 2022 or while promotional pricing/supplies last
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Tools.woot [woot.com] has the 100-Piece Bees & Butterfly Collection Flower Bulbs for $20.99 with free shipping for Amazon Prime members or $6 shipping.
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Just FYI for anyone who is interested in supporting bees, butterflies, birds, etc., these are likely not the right plant packages for you.
Most of the plants offered are not native to the U.S. (Liatris spicata is native to parts of the U.S.- but I would question whether you really want/need 40-80 of them.)
While some native bees/pollinators are generalists and can eat from any nectar source, the ones that are most at risk are the ones that need specific, native plants, to eat or for hosting their eggs.

Check out https://homegrownnationalpark.org/ as a good starting point. Also google "native plants " for local organizations that can tell you what plants are needed in your area and where to find them. You can also look up plants at https://www.wildflower.org/plants-main
And if you find other people in your area who geek out on native plants, they will likely have some to share.

Finally, for what it's worth, I've gotten amazing deals (at various times of the year):
- Seeds from https://www.prairiemoon.com/seeds/ (you can "winter sow" many of them)
- Plugs from https://www.thepollennation.com/ or https://www.izelplants.com/
- bluestone perennials has some 50% sales right now- only some of their plants are native, but just fyi
Etc. Particularly if you are looking for lots and lots of small plants, you can find good deals. I got some AMAZING deals at https://midatlanticnatives.com/ a month ago-- high quality bare roots (similar to bulbs) for $1-2 each by buying 25 when they were on clearance.

It is SO FUN to have a native plant garden- less maintenance and more pollinators. Realize this isn't for everyone, but wanted to share info for anyone who is doing it for the flora and fauna! (This is what I wish someone explained to me 5+ years ago!)
Got 200 bulbs for $.25 more and FREE SHIPPING here:

https://www.overstock.com/Home-Ga...n=55462166

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Got 200 bulbs for $.25 more and FREE SHIPPING here:

https://www.overstock.com/Home-Ga...n=55462166
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Got 200 bulbs for $.25 more and FREE SHIPPING here:

https://www.overstock.com/Home-Ga...n=55462166 [overstock.com]
Is it too late to plant them this year, as it mentions best planted in the Spring?
We're in the Northeast zone.
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Got 200 bulbs for $.25 more and FREE SHIPPING here:

https://www.overstock.com/Home-Ga...n=55462166
"40 Liatris Spicata*, 30 Anemone Blanda, 20 Gladiolus Mixed and 10 Lilium Mixed" ... x2 for 200?

* dense blazing star or prairie feather
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Tools.woot [woot.com] has the 100-Piece Bees & Butterfly Collection Flower Bulbs for $20.99 with free shipping for Amazon Prime members or $6 shipping.
* Includes 30 Anemone Blanda, 20 Gladiolus Mixed, 20 Allium Moly, 30 Ixia* Mixed
* Blooms early spring to late summer
* Perennial flowers for planting zones 3 - 9
* Require full sun to partial shade
* Please note this garden assortment contains Summer-blooming bulbs. These are best planted in spring after all danger of frost has passed.

*corn lily
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delivery estimates:
overstock - jun 2
woot - jun 3-7
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Got 200 bulbs for $.25 more and FREE SHIPPING here:

https://www.overstock.com/Home-Ga...n=55462166
wait. so these are not light bulbs?
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Quote from Lilyly :
wait. so these are not light bulbs?
I am sure they aren't very heavy Smilie
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Is it too late to plant them this year, as it mentions best planted in the Spring?
We're in the Northeast zone.
Says best planted in spring after frost danger. That is right now
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Is it too late to plant them this year, as it mentions best planted in the Spring?
We're in the Northeast zone.
Sorry I can't answer, but I can tell you that i believe things have been delayed in NE due to cold weather.

I was told at garden center that some ppl planted stuff like they usually do from previous years, but they had issues because of the unusually cold weather we had into early May (not counting this past weekend which was a scorcher).

All that to say, I'm not sure, but I think planting times got "pushed" a bit.

I would love to get this but my kids are terrified of bees. Makes it difficult to enjoy our yard 😞
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Got 200 bulbs for $.25 more and FREE SHIPPING here:

https://www.overstock.com/Home-Ga...n=55462166
THIS SHOULD BE FP -- YEP - same deal BUT for 0.25 cents more you get 2X as much ...
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Depending on where you live, the Ixia and Gladiolus will not survive the winter. I know that with Gladiolus, people dig them up and then store them in their basement or somewhere cool and dry for the winter and then replant them again spring. I am not familiar if the same is done with Ixia.
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Thanks to the other posters about the Overstock option which is a MUCH better deal. I bought the 200 pack there. Thanks!
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Wow got 400 for less than $39 incl. tax and free shipping
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