I would prefer to plant in the spring. Can you deliver then?

No. Tulips, daffodils and other spring-flowering bulbs are dug from the ground in the Netherlands in mid- to late summer and do not arrive in our warehouse until September. Although our bulbs bloom in the spring, they MUST be planted in the fall. They need to spend winter in the ground to bloom properly in the spring.

We will have bulbs into December, perhaps into January, for customers in the South or on the West Coast, where the ground does not freeze. The bulbs will not keep past winter. They are alive and will eventually dry up and die. No reputable bulb company will sell spring-flowering bulbs in the spring.