We love the loose airy feeling of this tall billowy marigold. It suggests the informality of a cottage garden. The color is a clear red that’s really eye-catching.
Background music doesn’t get lovelier than this. Planted in the border behind say petunias marigolds or other low-growing flowers the deep purple spikes with dark to black corollas of the statuesque 3-ft. plants become beacons of sense-drenching color. Showy in
Zinnias add bold vibrant color to gardens. The more you cut the more they bloom! Heat-loving and very easy to grow. Candy Cane Mix has bright pink rose and cherry stripes on white and sometimes gold blossoms flecked orange-scarlet. This
Gold orange salmon and mahogany flowers arise from compact plants with attractive variegated foliage. Flowers and tender young leaves add color and a peppery zip to salads. Big seeds are ideal for kids’ gardens.
Wow! One of the tallest of our tall sunflowers American Giants look ready to touch the sun. Growing up to 14 ft. their huge yellow faces grow to 1 ft. wide. Perfect for tall hedges or an instant backyard sunforest.
Vincas are the indestructible beauties of the garden. While resembling impatiens to a remarkable degree both in their flowers and coverage they thrive in full sun and intense heat. Hardy large bushy plants provide a dense layer of sparkling color
Look for a gorgeous spread of continuous color to add enchantment to the border. All-America Selections winner offers up mounds of rich violet-purple blooms. Sow twice a year for almost continuous bloom.
Zinnias add bold vibrant color to gardens. The more you cut them the more they bloom! Bushy uniform plants grow 20″ tall and can be spaced 12-15″ apart. Easy to grow heat-loving and attract butterflies. Plants provide continuous blossoms from
Large bright zinnias in a citrusy delectable shade of green. You will marvel at the clear crisp green of these large perfectly rounded flowers. Growing up to 3″ in diameter the bright zippy blooms will give your garden a lime-like
A totally unique variety with each plant displaying single semi-double and crested blooms in varying blends of yellow gold orange and red. No two plants are ever exactly the same. Vigorous and bushy covered in color from early summer to
Compact slow-growing excellent foliage plant for borders edgings and pots. GARDEN HINTS: For earlier foliage effect sow indoors 4-6 weeks before outdoor planting time.
Coleus Chocolate Covered Cherry displays one of the best foliage patterns the rose centre on each leaf is surrounded by deep mahogany and edged with a thin green margin. This impressive variety performs well in planters and small space
Outstanding mix to use for fall color in the garden. Pansies are excellent ground cover and are ideal for using in garden beds. They look great planted with Dianthus and dwarf snap-dragons blooming way past the first frost. In the
Fast-growing 8-10 ft. vines with attractive foliage and cheerful rosy red 3-4″ flowers. Covers fences arbors and porch posts. Easy to grow. Grows best in full sun. GARDEN HINTS: For best germination soak seeds overnight before planting. For earlier bloom
Extra vigor makes the 24″ plants bushier healthier and capable of bearing many more flowers than our earlier open-pollinated varieties. Long lasting odorless blooms up to 3″ across make a stunning low hedge. A refreshing contrast to bright summer colors.
You’ve never seen a sunflower with colors like this! Our first-ever rose-pink sunflower! It is absolutely stunning in vases and the garden. Its combination of subtle lemon and rose-pink flowers surrounding a dark disc forming 5-6″ blooms will leave you
Showy plants with pure white flowers that are borne in abundance in early summer. Multi-branched long-stemmed plants are invaluable in the cut flower garden. Covent Garden White is dainty and attractive especially when mixed with other flowers in fresh and
HEIRLOOM. An eye-pleasing attention-getting knockout. The green version of an heirloom red variety the luminous light-green thick foliage contrasts with pendant bright green plumes. Unusual green trusses are vase-ready fresh-cut or dried. Blooms continuously midsummer to frost.
Sow indoors 6-10 weeks before last frost. Space plants 8-10″ apart. Burpee’s Best Mix. Improved Biggest blooms; widest color range.
Exquisite fragrant well-doubled flowers bloom from early summer until frost. Fine for cutting and border display. GARDEN HINTS: For earlier bloom start seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before outdoor planting time. Remove faded flowers to encourage continuous bloom. Cultivate or mulch