No Chill Trio

Yo, these flowers have no chill. The Allium Christophii is ecstatic, (it’s like a continuous firework in flower form), the Giant Snowflakes are total over-achievers, (the first to bloom, smells the best, more or less makes itself into its own bouquet), and have you seen that show Black Mirror? It’s totally terrifying. It has no chill, whatsoever. Same-same with this Iris. It's intense.

We didn't want our mild region friends to be left out of the fall-planting fun, so we've put together this no-chill bundle of bulbs and roots that don't need that freezy winter weather and prolonged frost to bloom.

Includes 12 bulbs of Allium Christopii, 12 bulbs of Giant Snowflake, 3 bare root Black Mirror Bearded Iris
Plant Info
Botanical Name
Daucus carota Dara
3 ft when full grown
9-12" between plants
Full sun or part shade
Grows everywhere in the USA (annual, zones 2-11)
Kids & Pets & Deer
Mildly toxic, and Deer Resistant
Drought tolerant
Indoor & Pots
Grows well in containers outside
Growing Info
How to Plant Stick in the dirt 1/4" deep, 2" apart. Water gently & regularly as seedlings emerge over the next 2 weeks. Once babies are 2” tall, pluck so there's just one per 12"
Where to Plant Find a place that gets mostly sun, good soil is not important to this one
When to Plant Early spring, or late fall if winters are mild. Sow directly into garden
When to Expect Blooms All summer!
Care Instructions Water regularly once established, and pick the flowers regularly (Bring the flowers in! Make bouquets! Have fun!) to encourage more blooms
Extra Credit Lace Flower will readily self seed in poor soil if left to go to seed. Also, a good dye plant!
Regular price $49.00 USD
Regular price $53.00 USD Sale price $49.00 USD
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  • I live in NYC and want to plant the "no chill trio." Given that I'm zone 7B, these should be planted in the spring correct? And if I were to purchase the bulbs now would they still be good come that time? Or should I wait to purchase in the late winter/early spring?

    These should all be planted in the fall, including in your zone! These will all ship in October!