Bright colorful daisy-like blooms on tall stems with ferny leaves. Mix includes white rose pink and cherry. Thrives in average soil but tolerates poor soil heat and drought. GARDEN HINTS: Sow directly outdoors after last spring frost. Grows best in
Excellent mix of stunning array of shades and bicolor from white through yellow rose orange blue and purple.
This is the giant one with huge heads that are ideal for competition at fairs. Thin-shelled striped seeds are plump meaty and very plentiful. Proven tops for performance and adaptability. Easy to grow and attracts butterflies.
The best way to help pollinators is to diversify your garden or landscape. Use as many different plants as your landscape and aesthetic will allow in as many places as possible. Because many flowering plants typically have a brief but
This first F1 hybrid Rudbeckia boasts more blooms than we have ever seen on a single specimen. Sturdy plants produce loads of branches tightly lined with deep green leaves and topped with petal-packed 3″ blossoms in rich golden yellow. A
With a true trailing habit these fragrant pansies are ready to drape fetchingly from a hanging basket or brighten up your borders. The dainty 1 1/2″ flowers are edible and welcome additions to any spring and summer salad.
This Zinnia marylandica mix comes with superior disease and drought tolerance. (Zinnia marylandica is a cross between Z. angustifolia and Z. violaceadeveloped at the University of Maryland in the 1980s.) This vibrant mix includes coral yellow and starlight rose and
This All-America Selections winner with its huge blossoms and vigorous uniform plants adds bold eye-catching color to borders and beds. GARDEN HINTS: In mild climates sow seeds outdoors 1/4″ deep any time of the year.
Flowers 2 1/2-3″ across are thickly layered with maroon red petals then crowned with lime green. Vigorous plants grow to 40″ high with long-stemmed uniformly colored blooms. Use in masses for borders and in fresh bouquets.
We are delighted with this new varietys outstanding beauty and overall garden performance. Not requiring vernalization for first-year-flowering 18-36 plants unleash a steady show of fragrant punch-colored blooms from early spring into autumn. Perfectly sized for the front of the
Treasures for a trellis these early-blooming twining vines are festooned with red trumpet stars and light feathery foliage. A hummingbird magnet and easy to grow.
QIS Series is an ideal selection for either landscaping or bouquets. Loose open-branched and great for cutting beds and midborders. Start indoors 4-6 weeks before setting outside. The mix is a collector’s favorite. It includes unusual globosa type colors and
The number one choice for cool blues. The classic standard mid blue. Extremely prolific dense spikes with neat light gray-green foliage. Place all around your garden where they’ll bloom all summer long. Start indoors 8 weeks before last spring frost.
This fragrant garden favorite produces masses of crisp white blooms and a cloud of butterfly admirers. Perfect choice for lining walkways or in window boxes.