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Murfreesboro, TN
(Zone 7a)

April 12, 2011
1:22 PM

Post #8490709

We were recently asked by a member to add a new (to us) nursery to the GWD, Dixie Bulbs. And so we did:

As I was looking around their website, their "rescued bulbs" section caught my eye:

It sounds like a huge undertaking, and my heart goes out to these folks.

Has anyone purchased these bulbs from them? Are there any other similar sources of heirloom bulbs?

If all goes as expected, we're moving in a few weeks, and I'm planning to leave my established clumps of daylilies and daffodils along the driveway for the next owners. The new house had some tulips and hyacinths pop up, but I haven't seen any daffodils, so it would be a good opportunity to rescue some bulbs and give them a new home.

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