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Clump Specials (Field-Run) (Fall)

Clump Specials (Field-Run)

These are mature, undivided field-run Clumps.  Economical and fast-growing, our clumps will give you a head start on blooms.  The amount of roots varies, but is comparable to a 3 gallon container size.  All are 7-10 fan average, with the exception of Peonies, which are 15-20 eyes.


Breathless Beauty Daylily Clumps

Breathless Beauty Daylily Clumps
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Breathless Beauty Daylily is wine-red with a bright lime green throat. Takes the heat well and doesn't fade in the sun.

Size: 7-10 fans average
Plant: 1 Root Per Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Mid Spring
Planting Depth: Cover with 3" of soil
Height: 40"
Zone: 3-9
Exposure: Sunny

Grape Magic Daylily Clumps

Grape Magic Daylily Clumps
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Grape Magic Daylily is purple with a dark purple center and yellow throat. It is a sweet little Daylily that blooms a lot and has a very pretty color. Repeat bloomer.

Size: 7-10 fan average
Plant: 1 Root Per Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Mid Spring
Planting Depth: Cover with 3" of soil
Height: 18"
Zone: 3-9
Exposure: Sunny

Mary Todd Daylily Clumps

Mary Todd Daylily Clumps
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Mary Todd Daylily produces golden-yellow blooms that are heavily ruffled. Mary Todd is a stately beauty with prolific bloom over a long period.

Size: 7-10 fans average
Plant: 1 Root Per Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Late Spring
Planting Depth: Cover with 3" of soil
Height: 30"
Zone: 3-9
Exposure: Sunny

Mauna Loa Daylily Clumps

Mauna Loa Daylily Clumps
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Mauna Loa Daylily has large bright-orange 5” blooms. One of the brightest orange daylilies -- really adds a bright spot to the garden. Fragrant and dependable.

Size: 7-10 fans average
Plant: 1 Root Per Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Mid Spring
Planting Depth: Cover with 3" of soil
Height: 40"
Zone: 3-9
Exposure: Sunny

My Melinda Daylily Clumps

My Melinda Daylily Clumps
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These are mature, undivided field-run Clumps. Economical and fast-growing - 7-10 fan average. My Melinda Daylily is salmon-pink with light pink veining and hints of yellow. Wide petaled and very vigorous and long blooming.

See Also: Our field-run My Melinda Clump Specials.


Size: 7-10 fans average
Plant: 1 Root Per Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Late Spring
Planting Depth: Cover with 3" of soil
Height: 36"
Zone: 3-9
Exposure: Sunny

Liriope Spicata Clumps

Liriope Spicata Clumps
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These are mature, undivided field-run Clumps. Economical and fast-growing - 10-15 pip plants. Liriope Spicata is also known as 'Creeping Lily-turf' or ‘Monkey Grass.’ Its green leaves have pale pink flowers and it is a hearty drought-resistant plant for Texas and southern landscapes. Some consider it invasive. 

Size:  10-15 pip plants
Plant: 1 Root Per 2 Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Mid Summer
Planting Depth: 2"
Height: 8-12"
Zone: 6-9
Exposure: Semi-sunny

Fortunei 'Aureo-Marginata' Hosta Clump

Fortunei 'Aureo-Marginata' Hosta Clump
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These are mature, undivided  field-run Clumps.  Economical and fast-growing - 10-15 fan average.  Hosta Fortunei 'Aureo-Marginata' has heart-shaped dark green leaves surrounded by irregular yellowish-green margins. Funnel-shaped white to mauve flowers are borne 30 or more inches above the foliage in late summer. 

Size: 7-10 fan average
Plant: 1 Root Per 2 Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Summer
Planting Depth: Cover with 2" of soil
Height: 20-24"
Zone: 3-9
Exposure: Shady

Caesar's Brother Siberian Iris Clumps

Caesar's Brother Siberian Iris Clumps
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Caesar’s Brother Siberian Iris has midnight blue flowers on wiry stems with grassy foliage. Very adaptable and hardy. Does well in the South.

Size: 3-5 fan
Plant: 10-15 fan average
Bloom Time: Late Spring to Early Summer
Planting Depth: Cover with 2" of soil
Height: 24-30"
Zone: 3-9
Exposure: Sunny/Semi-sunny

Festiva Maxima Peony Clumps

Festiva Maxima Peony Clumps
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These are mature, undivided 10 year old field-run Clumps. Economical and fast-growing - 15-20 eyes average. The color of Festiva Maxima Peony is the purest of whites, with 4-5" cup-shaped blooms that are fully double with central petals decorated with crimson touches. In early summer, these 30-36" tall vigorous plants display lush blooms with a strong fragrance. Good cut flower.

Size: 15-20 eye average
Plant: 1 Root Per 3 Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Late Spring
Planting Depth: Cover with 1" of soil.
Height: 36"
Zone: 3-9
Exposure: Sunny/semi-sunny

Felix Supreme Peony Clump

Felix Supreme Peony Clump
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These are mature, undivided 10 year old field-run Clumps. Economical and fast-growing - 15-20 eyes average. Felix Supreme Peonies are prolific, producing 20 or more flowers per plant in 4-6 years. A show off in the garden, this peony features medium to large carmine-red, double blooms on 32-inch stems. Foliage is heavy, making it a good landscape bush. An excellent cut flower, a mainstay in the cut flower trade for its color. 

Size: 15-20 eye average
Plant: 1 Root Per 3 Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Late Spring
Planting Depth: Cover with 1" of soil.
Height: 36"
Zone: 3-9
Exposure: Sunny/semi-sunny

Sarah Bernhardt Peony Clump

Sarah Bernhardt Peony Clump
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These are mature, undivided 10 year old field-run Clumps. Economical and fast-growing - 15-20 eyes average. Sarah Bernhardt Peony is a very large dark rose pink double bloom with edges a little lighter. Occasionally the central petals will show carmine flecks. With strong stems and good foliage, this is a heavy-blooming variety with fragrant flowers.

Size: 15-20 eye average
Plant: 1 Per 3 Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Late Spring
Planting Depth: Cover with 1" of soil.
Height: 38"
Zone: 3-9
Exposure: Sunny/semi-sunny

Peony Clumps Box Set

Peony Clumps Box Set
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One clump each of Festiva Maxima and Sarah Bernhardt. These are 10 year old field grown plants that are comparable to a 5 gallon container size. Peonies are often still blooming 50 years after they were originally planted. Unfortunately, they are very slow to establish from normal size divisions, so to remedy this, we offer these 10-year old undivided clumps. Average eye count 15-20 eyes each.

Size: 15-20 eye average
Plant: 1 Root Per 3 Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Late Spring
Planting Depth: Cover with 1" of soil.
Height: 24"
Zone: 3-9
Exposure: Sunny/semi-sunny

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