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Anyone know a good source for bulk daffodil bulbs?

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Anyone know a good source for bulk daffodil bulbs?

Post  elliephant on 10/20/2010, 9:16 pm

Does anyone know of a great place to buy daffodil bulbs in bulk? I want hundreds.

My sister's FB status tonight. Thought I'd ask here. Any ideas for her?

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Anyone know a good source for bulk daffodil bulbs?

Post  trukrebew on 10/20/2010, 10:59 pm

I got lucky and picked up a 100 pack at my local BJ's Wholesale Club a few weeks ago. It was actually on sale, too! I think I paid 12.99 or 14.99. But I had to search for them b/c they were also selling 25 and 50 packs by the front door at a steeper price per bulb.
I ended up planting 113 along my driveway 10 days ago. Whether they grow or not, I'll just have to wait! sawing logs

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Re: Anyone know a good source for bulk daffodil bulbs?

Post  Megan on 10/21/2010, 6:21 pm

http://www.tulips.com/products.cfm?displayID=2&filter=bulk

Not as good a price as BJs, but maybe if you call them you can discuss prices for larger bulk amounts? I used to live in that area and truly, there are just miles and miles of tulips and daffodils out that way. Just amazing.

Here is another one. Appear to offer quantity up to 1000. I skimmed it quickly and saw 500+ for $170.

http://www.hollandbulbfarms.com/items.asp?cat=Wholesale-Tulips-And-Bulk-Daffodil-Bulbs&Cc=Bulk

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Re: Anyone know a good source for bulk daffodil bulbs?

Post  elliephant on 10/23/2010, 12:26 am

Thanks! I forwarded your suggestions to my sister.

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