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Radebaugh Greenhouses

Tulip Bulbs, Daffodil Bulbs, Lilies

Radebaugh Greenhouses offer the best selection of flowers, plants, bulbs and bedding plants in Towson, Maryland. Now is a great time to start making plans for doing your Fall planting. We offer tulip bulbs, daffodil bulbs, lilies and more. Stop by our greenhouse to see our entire supply of flowers, plants and nursery supplies. You will find all your favorites here. Our plant selection is extensive. Choose from a wide variety, including Bromeliads, Hostas, Lemon Lime Dracaena, beautiful Caladiums, Dieffenbachia, Spathiphyllum, Crotons and Succulents of all types.

The availability of plants depends on the season. Some plant varieties perform better in cold temperatures, while others thrive in summer. We carry plants for indoors or outdoors. Regardless of the time of year, we work hard to ensure you will have a great selection of plants to choose from.

Our greenhouse operation is open to the public year round.Ā  We are located at 120 E. Burke Avenue, Towson, Maryland 21286. Normal business operating hours are Monday thru Saturday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. We are closed on Sundays.

Bulb Storage & Planting Recommendations

Looking to create a gorgeous flower bed? If so, we recommend that include tulips, daffodils and lilies as your keystone floral varieties. They are absolutely beautiful and really put on a magnificent color display each Spring. We recommend you buy them as bulbs. Then plant those bulbs in early Fall.

Tulip, daffodil and lily bulbs have an embryo flower already inside. All bulbs are not all the same. Make sure the bulbs you purchase are firm and fat. Avoid bulbs that are mussy to the touch. Do not purchase bulbs if they show signs of mold. Prior to planting your bulbs in the Fall, you should store them in a cool, dry place. Some folks actually put them in their refrigerator vegetable drawer. If you do put them in your fridge, do not store fruit, such as apples or bananas with them. Those fruits emit a gas that ripens fruit, but, ruins tulips. When planting, make sure that the bulb is very dry. Tulips, Daffodils and Lilies all love water, but, be sure to place each bulb in soil that drains well. Too much water, pooling around the bulb for long periods of time, will cause the bulb to rot. Also, be careful to protect them from pests and put them in a place that receives adequate sunlight.