K. van Bourgondien offers quality product, low prices and great customer service
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All of our premium bulbs and perennials have the quality that gardeners have trusted for seven generations.
Before choosing bulbs and perennials for our catalog, our gardening pros pay careful attention to qualities like ease of care, long bloom times, abilities to naturalize and perennialize, flower power and overall performance. We also offer stunning, top-performing mixes and collections that take the guesswork out of mass plantings.
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The K. van Bourgondien story dates back to the 1800s in Hillegom, Holland, when the K. van Bourgondien family began
growing tulips for the cut-flower trade. By the 1880s, the family offered flower bulbs through commercial catalogs.
In 1904, Karl C. van Bourgondien traveled to the United States ta sell his family's crop of flower bulbs. Finding a demand for quality, Dutch-grown bulbs, the van Bourgondien family started a small mail order company in the United States and supplied greenhouses and cut-fiower growers with Dutch-grown bulbs.
World War II brought changes to the business, but not the demand for quality bulbs. Because bulbs could not be imported during the war years, van Bourgondien grew their bulbs in the United States. After the war, bulb cultivation returned to Holland where the conditions are ideal for bulb growth.