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Freesia - White Wonder Collection

Freesia - White Wonder Collection

Regular price $12.95
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Includes: 30 Freesia bulbs

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SKU: 32115-30

White Freesia Bulbs For Sale | White Wonder Duo Collection (Fragrant)

All white, or Moon gardens have been popular for years, and this popular combination of frosty freesia will add beauty to your nights with their heavenly scent. This collection contains 15 bulbs each of double form and single form flowering varieties for a mix and max planting.

Grow freesias as perennials in zones 9 and higher. (Plant in the fall.) In cooler zones, plant in the spring in containers or in the landscape. Freesias are low-maintenance and prefer full sun to partial shade and well-drained soils.

Fuss-free and excellent, long-lasting cut flowers.

Easy to Grow Features

  • Fragrant
  • Zone: 9-11 as a perennial; start indoors or as annuals anywhere
  • Height: 18-24 in.
  • Sunlight: Full sun to light shade
  • Water: Moderate to Low
  • Color: Soft white, very fragrant
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  • Planting Depth
  • Planting Proximity
  • Planting Season
    Fall or Spring
  • Plant Benefits
    Wonderfully fragrant. Great for cut flowers.
  • Water Quantity
  • Bloom Season
  • Sunlight Quantity
    Full Sun; Bright Direct Indoors
  • Hardiness Zones
    Zones 9-10 or indoors

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Sarah Goodman

This past spring (2020) was my first time growing freesia and I was BLOWN away by the amazing scent of freesia and so was every single person I made arrangements for...they just couldn't get over the smell. It's heavenly! I found out I was allergic to them somehow if they got on my hands so I had to wear gloves so I wouldn't itch but it was 100% worth it. I was seriously so dang sad when they stopped blooming. They were prolific bloomers and the best way to keep them blooming the longest is to cut once one of the flowers has opened but the others are still in bud stage. If you cut at this stage they will bloom for the week. You can also pull off spent blooms. I paired these with ranunculus and fresh mint for a super fragrant bouquet! Or you could do a bouquet of just freesia! They hold up well! I bought more and can't wait to see how this years bulbs do!