Container Gardening

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LifeCycle

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Container Gardening

Grow vegetables & flowers on your deck, patio or porch with Burpee favorites for containers and small space gardens. Choose below from a wide assortment of Burpee container seeds & plants that are perfect for this use.

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  • Tulip, Lily Flowering Mix, , large

    Short Description

    A cornerstone of spring gardens for generations.

    $19.95
    Bulbs
  • Tulip, Mon Amour, , large

    Short Description

    Groovy, double late fringed tulip.

    $16.95
    Bulbs
  • Tulip, Jennie Butchart, , large

    Short Description

    The best red, lily flowering Tulip.

    $9.95
    Bulbs
  • Tulip, Green Star, , large

    Short Description

    Lilly flowering Tulip for the cottage garden.

    $12.95
    Bulbs
  • Tulip, Parrot King, , large

    Short Description

    The most flamboyant parrot.

    $9.95
    Bulbs
  • Tulip, Giuseppe Verdi, , large

    Short Description

    Tulip caufmanii, are the earliest to bloom in spring.

    $9.95
    Bulbs
  • Tulip, Estella Rijnveld, , large

    Short Description

    The most vivid Tulip we have in our collection.

    $9.95
    Bulbs
  • Tulip, Banja Luka, , large

    Short Description

    Big and Bold.

    $9.95
    Bulbs
  • Tulip, Tarafa, , large

    Short Description

    Classic example of lovely greigii tulip.

    $9.95
    Bulbs
  • Tulip, Huis Ten Bosch, , large

    Short Description

    Cotton candy

    $9.95
    Bulbs
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    Garden Mum, Mammoth Daisy Bronze, , large

    Short Description

    Very hardy and dense-mounded;no need to prune or deadhead. Bronze red blooms extend autumn's color spectrum.

    $13.95
    Plants
  • Dahlia, Burlesca , , large

    Short Description

    Stunning three inch pompons blooms in pink.

    $14.95
    Bulbs
  • Ligularia, Bottle Rocket PPAF, , large

    Short Description

    Richly saturated 12” yellow spikes on chocolate stems dazzle in the border.

    $14.95
    Plants
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