| || |
10 Bulb per Bag
*Bulb size varies, Size does not affect viability*
Peachy Keen, oops Queen, is an apt name for this lovely new double fragrant freesia. Blooming on 15” arching stalks, each 1.5” double form flower is unique, with petal colors varying from soft peachy-yellow to more vibrant peachy-pinks, all with a lovely golden throat that adds quixotic beauty to this bee and hummer favorite. Their perfume fills the air from spring to early summer. Easy to grow and a bulb that readily naturalizes in a sunny garden bed, this freesia is the perfect way to add yummy peach tones and a heady fragrance to your garden. Easily grown in a pot. Combines well with Ixias and Sparaxis, two other spring blooming bulbs that also easily naturalize. Or contrast with yellow blooming daffodils. Makes a nice cut flower too. This freesia isn't fussy about soil and doesn't need a lot of water. Generally left alone by deer.