Here is an alphabetical listing our our fall offerings. If you wish to view varieties by classification, please click on the corresponding menu button on the left of this page ie 'Asiatic', 'Oriental' etc.
With the great break in the weather the 3rd. week of October, we completed much of our spring bulb harvest well ahead of schedule. Frequent visitors to our site will quickly notice that about a dozen varieties listed as sold out from our fall shipping harvest during the past few weeks have been re-listed for delivery this winter.
While other companies are telling you to "come back in January for our expanded listing" which really means "we are waiting for our Dutch bulbs to arrive so we can re-label them", there is no need to wait for lily bulbs from B&D Lilies. While others are tied to Holland time tables, at B&D Lilies we dig our lily bulbs fresh all winter for planting in your garden. As long as your ground is not frozen and it is safe to ship, lilies can still be planted. Planting this fall gives your lilies time to settle in before freeze up, giving them a jump start on next spring for the superior performance you have come to expect from B&D Lilies.
In colder areas, pre-dig your planting holes while the soil is still workable and you can safely plant lily bulb until the first week or so into November, as long as we can ship bulbs to you without damage in transit. Click on Cold Climate Planting
for easy instructions. We stop cross-country shipping when the weather turns too cold, so don’t delay if you are in the Midwest or Eastern States, you can still plant this fall, but order today.
Lily bulbs can be mailed to the Western States through early December, but we are beginning to sell out on a few varieties, so place your order soon and we’ll mail them now, or hold your bulbs in our cooler for later shipping. Simply let us know in "comments" (during checkout) if you desire to receive your bulbs later this winter.