Shipping begins Mid October for fall delivery. Lily bulbs are harvested in blocks in the field, as the foliage has matured, so not all varieties will be ready all at once. Harvest and cleaning is an on-going chore even as we begin shipping. Cold climate orders (danger of frost/snow in late October) are shipped first, milder areas are shipped next, then southern states are shipped late October to Early November when the soil has begun to cool down for planting.
Interactive B&D Lilies' Fall 2013 Catalog - Viewable with Adobe Flash Player (version 9,0,115,0 and above). You may add notes on-screen, print out specific pages and more.
Order a gift certificate and we'll tuck one of the new catalogs into the priority mail envelope, plus hand write your greeting on the certificate. We can mail certificates to you for wrapping or directly to the recipient. B&D Lilies ships to the lower 48 states, plus Alaska.
When researching your location, bear in mind that the map lines are not absolute and each garden has it's own unique micro-climate. Neighborhoods with more trees blocking the wind, hills that "drain" away moisture faster, concrete bulkheads, sidewalks and driveways that tend to collect heat, as well as southern exposures will allow you to grow plants that might not be recommended for your area. The general guidelines are based on average low temperature.
Extra-pungent! Order year-round for feline fun! No shipping charge if we can simply enclose catnip with your bulb order. Kitty wants it right now? We'll add $3 for postage and mailer for 1 bag, $5.00 for 2 to 6 bags, and $7.50 for 7 to 12 bags.