Falmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada


A view of Windsor Nova Scotia from Falmouth CIRA 1950

Viewing Windsor, the Gateway to the Annapolis Valley from Falmouth, 1950

The Annapolis Valley Nova Scotia

The Valley today, viewed from the Lookoff


Welcome to Lilies from the Valley

!!! Giving Lilies a chance to GROW again !!!
Oriental and Asiatic previously cut, commercially grown bulbs
 

Also check out the selection of Tulips shown after the Lilies

Tracey, the "Lily Lady" invites you to enjoy these Lilies at a price that will enable
you to have a lily garden that will be the envy of gardeners everywhere

* Only for sale in Canada at this time, sorry *


Things you should know

Those wishing to pay by Cheque or MO please go to the payment page for details



 
Tracey wants to apologize to anyone who has asked a question via email
She has had computer problems but should be back on line soon.
You may wish to submit your question again

 
 
 NEW NOTICE OF POLICY CHANGE.
                  Changes in policies and prices to follow soon... this is a courtesy notice

In the last two years major issues & changes have occurred so I have to modify my policy & prices.
I am awaiting my approval for my next shipment of bulb so until that time photos will stay up but I am 
updating the website as fast as I can.
Hopefully I will be able to update varieties of bulbs soon.

I am sorry to say that due to logistics and issues with where I previously obtained my lily bulbs,
I now have to purchase at least 80% of all my bulbs from a supplier which are not previously grown and 
recycled the bulbs are freshly harvested and ready to bloom for the commercial industry.
They are kept in crates with coconut/peat moss no soil so no chance of any pests in a large commercial cooler 
set at a temperature to prevent growth until shipped.
They come straight from a cooler where they are stored and await the heat to start growing.
There is no need of me vernalizing the bulbs, as they are already to spring forth days after planting...

Due to purchasing new product certain benefits that I had been able to establish years ago,
I can no longer employ. IE: Such as freebie dozens for certain levels of purchase price.
I may be able to substitute other types of bulbs in those circumstances and will contact those customers who
have reached that volume purchase point.
If circumstances change back to what they had been in the past I will gladly re-employ those benefits and will notify the website if and when that occurs.
Based on what my purchase cost prices are, my web page prices will have to be modified to reflect that.

**When and where I can, I will keep the price the same which was one dozen for $10.00.
Certain types and varieties of bulbs I may now have to sell per bulb. Again this is a difficult choice
and will endeavour to keep prices as low as possible for the customer. **

Large volume purchases will be priced accordingly.
The free shipping on volume purchases will remain the same at this time.
I am revisiting the shipping costs to see how I can keep the price reasonable.
If you have any questions, please email me. Please remember also that I do work a full time job which 
has certain rush times that makes checking or replying to emails possibly delayed.
Thank you for your patience and your understanding during this time..


 
News and tips

News and Tips for Spring 2015-03-18
 

Well it seems that winter has a humongous hold on Nova Scotia.

Storm after blizzard after blizzard and another to follow soon.
 I have 8-10 foot snow drifts with 5-6 feet of non drifted snow.
So unless the new ice age has come I hope the snow will go before I expire of the blandness , whiteness and cold ... 
I want spring, green and growing things and soon.

Ok weather rant over ...

Waiting on my varieties of lily bulbs, tulips and gladiolas which I haven't received approval from my salesman. 
As soon as I have my bulbs here will post photos, information and any new price changes.

As stated in the new policy changes. I now have to on a variety by variety bases see what if any price changes 
and/ or purchase amounts need to be changed on the site.

 Hopefully soon you will see new photos of great lilies.
More come on the news front soon.


 

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Please read before ordering

Please email me with your wish list or requests.  Do not use the shopping cart as it will place and charge for stock that is not in inventory at certain time.  Please notice that next to the photo of the lily will be an IN STOCK or OUT OF STOCK notice. When you see those it means exactly that.  If you wonder why we do not turn the OUT of STOCK bulb's "BUY NOW" buttons off ,it is easier to keep the shopping cart buttons open rather then to keep switching them to the off position. When within a week they could be back in stock.
 


 
 
 
Lily Bulbs come in two types, scented and unsented. 
Asiatics -LA Hybrids do not have a fragrance and 
Orientals and Oriepets do have a fragrance 
If you are scent sensitive the please aware of this

 
Times of operation  :
During most weekdays I can be found at home after 5 pm if I am not at a meeting ,  If you are in the province of Nova Scotia and have a garden related event you would like me to attend  for the 2013 year.
 I am booking now as my calendar will become full. I will need to book time off of work  so I may attend as many events as I may book. 
Garden conventions, expos and  community events as well as flower shows and exhibitions 

Be different and have a lily show and bulb sale for the Summer

Have some fund -raising to do ??? 

School fundraisers??? 
Now is the time to book in bulk. 
 
 

As always if coming to my home please phone to make sure I am home.


 
Up coming events:
I will be at the Hants County Exhibition in Windsor on Friday , Saturday and Sunday. 
Half dozen bags will be $5 each  buy 3 get one free. 
I will also have $5 flower bouquets as well.

 
 
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 Name & description of the lilies
as in Nova Scotia zone 5b/6
Shopping cart

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In Stock Gladiolas,  Commercial Mix

Various colours in the mix not separated..
Corms are.

85 cents a corm
   
 
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In Stock Mixed Asiatic Lilies
A balanced mix of richly coloured flowers carefully hand selected , gives you multiple long lasting blooms. Hardy and easy to grow. Full sun to part shade.
Sellers choice on mixed lots. However they will be a balanced mix of richly coloured flowers carefully hand selected , gives you multiple long lasting blooms. 
May not  be same as photo.
$10.00/Dozen
 
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In Stock Mixed Oriental Lilies
An incredible display of the largest and most 
fragrant of all lilies! Glorious hybrids in white and shades of pink add colour to the summer garden when it is most needed. Plant in sun to part shade.
Sellers choice on  mixed lots 
$10.00/Dozen
 
 

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In Stock Amarossi OT oriental lily
Dark pink it is almost red OT lily
velevety texture with high and low lights  green and yellow eye 100 cm  38 inches tall.
July  August Sept normal time of bloom
Highly scented.
$3.00 a bulb
 

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In Stock Arbatax LA Hybrid Asiatics
A deep cool pink with a cream center hight is 95 cm or 37 inches.
 June - July normal bloom time
no or little scent to the bloom
$1.75 per bulb
 

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In Stock Beau Solei LA Hybrid
Dazzling yellow all over crisp  LA Hybrid
110 cm to about 44 inches  tall  June - July normal bloom time.
Little or no scent to the bloom
$1.50  a bulb
 
 

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In Stock Campeche Bright orange Asiatic lily with compact blooms 100 cm or 36 inches. Little or no scent 
June July normal bloom time
$1.50 a bulb
 
         

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 In Stock Courier cream LA  Hybrid
Cream has a bit of a green glow about it large flat petals 120 cm  or 47 inches June - July  normal
bloom time. Little or no scent to bloom
 $1.25 a bulb
         
         

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In Stock Forza Red  La Hybrid
Deep red almost burgundy wine colour textured petals
90 cm  or 36 inches   June July normal bloom 
time little or no scent to blooms
$1.75 per bulb
         
         
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In Stock   Mero Star ORIENTAL
Has a narrow petal with is faintly edged in white, turning pink then the ribs are a deep ruddy yet hot pink. Green eye and peppered with fleshy  deep pink speckles
  $2.50 a bulb
         
         

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In Stock   Sapporo White Oriental
Crisp white colour with a ruffled edge and recurving petals..
Sometimes looks transparent 100 cm  38 inches
Highly scented
 $2.75 a bulb
         
         
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In Stock   Sorbonne ORIENTAL
Soft medium pink  with raised fleshy dots at 
the throat and soft white edge around petals
$2.50 a bulb
 
 
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In Stock Yelloween ORIENTAL TRUMPET
One of my favorites in the garden as it has  butter yellow colour and depending on growing conditions can be a pale primrose colour
Buds have red blotches on them when they are
getting ready to bloom.
 $3.00 a bulb.
 
   
 
  Gift Certificates for those hard to buy for people in multiple denominations of  $10 dollars 
Please remember to add the address and birthday
of the person we are  to send gift certificate to.
$10.00 Each
Buy any number to
increase the value
   

We now have a selection of Tulips selling at $0.50 each bulb
 

Each Bulb $0.50


Dynasty
Ile de France
Ronaldo
Strong Gold
White Flag

Sale on Tulips
 tulips are .50 cents a piece
Saigon- purple  triumph Darwin
Lalibela  orange triumph Darwin
Sprying  branching pinky orange
Sunfire  yellow and red  triumph Darwin



 
 
 
 
 

Please note:
Signs with Lilies From The Valley and hours open on my front driveway. When coming in person and coming off the 101 highway. Take exit 7 in Falmouth take a right at the bottom of the off ramp. Go as far as the Petro Canada Gas Station and turn right onto Town Road. There is a sign on the corner you can not miss. During non snow seasons there is also a sign at the bottom of the off
ramp that is quite visible. Take a 2 min drive down Town Rd  until you get to 212 Town Road , you found it.
When coming in person , please call 798-3245 for appointment first as shop hours are not in effect..

 

What others have to say about the Lily Lady


The Lily Lady goes online
 


Article online since March 6th 2007, 10:00
Comment this article

Carla Allen, NovaNewsNOW.COM
Transcontinental Publishing

Tracey Martin of Mount Denson has started a new online business selling recycled Asiatic and Oriental flower bulbs.
The Lily Lady goes online
A Mount Denson gardener has come up with a unique idea for a business that recycles bulbs used for growing 
cut flowers.
Although these bulbs are perennial, florists cannot afford to wait the three to five months it takes for them to regenerate.

Tracey Martin gives the bulbs a chance to grow again by selling them through her business â€Lilies from the Valley†www.liliesfromthevalley.com", where customers can buy a dozen lily bulbs for $8 to $10.

Martin is the president of the Mount Denson Garden Club. Sheâ€s close to completing a one-year course as a flower and vegetable judge and also freelances as a flower arranger for weddings and other occasions. Sheâ€s also got a home crammed full of houseplants. At one time she counted 500 amongst her collection.

Martin says sheâ€s always been drawn to lilies because of the fragrance of the orientals. In addition to these, 
she stocks Asiatics.

Visitors can place their name on a waiting list for varieties not yet in stock and a free lily bulb is provided for birthdays.

Lily bulbs are easy to grow says Martin but a few basics must be followed.

â€They do not like wet feet, the bulb will rot,†she said.

The flowers grow in sun or shade but are taller in the latter as they stretch for light. They benefit from phosphate, gypsum, and grow well in humus-enriched soil. Heavy clay tends to stunt the plants.

Martin says she doesnâ€t even bother to amend her soil.

â€I just pop them in and let nature take its course. I don't even water them most of the time. But they put on quite a show,†she said.

The lilies grow well on slopes and hills, but require support if the location is windy. The bulbs like to be shaded 
and Martin suggests planting vegetation around the bulbs that dies back by the time the lilies bloom in July.

Lily beetles are pests in some areas of the province but this grower says they havenâ€t bothered her yet.

â€I have seen the damage caused by this pest. Not pretty. The larvae are red, kind of like a potato beetle. 
They can strip the leaves very fast. When you see clusters of 'poop,' the larvae is protecting its self and will 
pupate in the castings,†she said.

Normally Martin handpicks bugs but with these beetles, she uses a control like Sevin while carefully following 
the instructions.

Article by Carla Allen, Transcontinental Publishing
Many thanks to Carla


 
 
Links
Mike's Backyard Garden
And what do you want to know about Lilies?  It's here
Gardening Ideas and providing information on Organic Gardening
Some great gardening tip for use in your garden and 
providing information on Organic Gardening
Bloomingwriter.blogspot
Canada Gardens  A Resource for Garderners
Nova Association of Garden Clubs
Gardening Life
I Can Garden
The North American Lily Society
Canadian Gardening
Daily Moon Phases
The National Land and Water Information Services
Lilies in the Valley
The Lily Nook
Sea Boost
Gardening with the Helpful Gardener
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