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Flower Bulbs

Flowers are a perfect source for natural color, which is why finding the right flower to put in your home, office, or yard can transform it from a bland space to a work of vibrant art. Each flower in our collection is unique and beautiful in its own way.
Agapanthus Bulbs Amaryllis Bulbs Bird of Paradise Bulbs

Blood Lily Bulbs Clivia Lily Bulbs Crinum Bulbs

Daffodil Bulbs Ginger Bulbs Gloriosa Lily Bulbs

Hurricane Lily Bulbs Hymenocallis Bulbs Lycoris Bulbs

Pineapple Lily Bulbs Rain Lily Bulbs Tulip Bulbs

Voodoo Lily Bulbs
  • Mother Bulb – Amaryllis
    Amaryllis flowers are useful in the fall for blossom forcing during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays, a period when few flowers are available to decorate and enjoy for parties and celebrations. Amaryllis bulbs will flower in many colors to include, red, white, pink, striped and even yellow. The blossom can grow to dinner-plate size with 6 petals, 12 or even 18 rose-like flowers. Many amaryllis flowers can form on each stalk and mature amaryllis bulbs can form 4 stems during one season.
  • Yellow Tulip Bulbs
    Tulip blooms last several weeks if picked at the right flowering stage and at very cool temperatures. Many floral tulips and imported and flown in by U.S. florists to sell to customers. In the field or in yards most tulips last well, but are greatly affected by temperatures. The tulip flower prefers cool weather. Tulips are historically cup shaped, but some new hybrids vary greatly in form, petal number, and bloom in practically every color, even black flowers.
  • Fairy Lilies, Clivia, Crinum, Ginger Lilies, Bird of Paradise Plants
    When flower bulbs are called “Rare” that usually means that unusual bulbs are rarely found in commerce. Ty Ty Nursery has collected exotic bulbs from all over the world and offers these rare bulbs for sale at an affordable price. Rare amaryllis bulbs can mean that a new amaryllis cultivar has recently been introduced to the market and may only be made available after a number of years when sufficient amaryllis bulbs are offered for sale to the world market.