• Ziva Paperwhites Gift Box Kit - 92132
  • Ziva Paperwhites Gift Box Kit - 92132
  • Ziva Paperwhites Gift Box Kit - 92132
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Ziva Paperwhites Gift Box Kit

Narcissus

#92132
Availability: Out of Stock
$17.95
Was: $19.95
You Save: $2.00 (10.0%)
4 bulbs per package
5.00 stars, based on 12 review(s)
Ship Season: Winter

Who can resist the fragrance of paper whites blooming in there home in the winter? Plant amongst your Amaryllis for an indoor holiday delight! This Ziva Paperwhites Gift kit includes 4 bulbs (14/15cm), a soil disc for planting and a raspberry-colored plastic pot. The pot can easily be slipped into a fancier pot that is 6" diameter or larger. Don't pass up these lovely easy to grow bulbs!

*Paperwhite Kits begin shipping November 1st. If you have a specific shipping date, please contact us upon placing your order.*

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Independence, MO

Paperwhites

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Received in a timely matter. They bloomed about a week later and smell great!

Seattle

I stock up and dole them out all winter

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I love forcing paper whites all winter long into spring. I live in the PNW and the hopeful green sprouts that turn into such fragrant blossoms take the edge off a gray winter and make me believe spring is coming! These ones are always high quality (always bud and bloom). I stock up and cycle through them.

Beautiful gift!

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Great value!

Paper white bulbs

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Started shooting up immediately and I had a few blossoms after a couple weeks!

Louisiana

I'm in love

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Paperwhites are a staple in zone 8 Louisiana and these were the first harbinger of spring this year! I set them out until they began to bloom last month and brought inside to enjoy. I love the scent! Now they'll go into the beds to naturalize for a bigger show next year!