Brilliant color combination or raspberry red white and purple shades make this new variety the ultimate cut flower. Blossoms are as large as dinner plates and once established the plants will be the center of attention. Fewer flowers say summer
Outstanding performer and super beauty ‘Calliope? Dark Red’ produces great big blooms all summer long. Geranium newbie? Start right here. Versatile mounding 12-14 plants with semi-double dark-red velvet blooms bright-green ivy foliage and trailing habit
Create the storybook cottage garden of your dreams an enchanted realm of once-upon-a-time color and fragrance. These tall fragrant very floriferous plants create a summer-long display of color and fragrance and a steady stream of blooms for your vases. This
Grow a mass of these in a shady patio container or border and prepare for an astonishment of rich deep dark-red roselike double blooms. Compact highly floriferous 10 inch plants are self-cleaning and easy-growing. Begonias possess the rare gift of
Tell the vincas marigolds and petunias that Santa Claus is coming! Planted as a specimen in the border Santa Claus’s huge pure red and white blooms create an eye-inspiring spectacular. The flower’s size and clarity is the most outstanding of
Large red and yellow 9 inch dinner plate size blooms are the pinnacle of the cut-flower garden. Fewer flowers say summer like the bold blooms of dahlias. These favorite plants come in two basic types: compact bedding forms and tall
Out of a dream and into your garden;a vision of deep satisfying colors. Thick leaves are extravagantly splashed with both dark and neon tones. This tall (4-5′) rugged annual is drought tolerant. Grows best in full sun but will still
The two-toned star-pointed 3″ daisy-like flowers will soften your landscape. Very drought tolerant use them where other plants will not grow. Gazanias thrive under hot dry conditions in full sun and poor soil. Give plants plenty of space to ensure
Dazzling rose-like picotees in red golden-yellow and white. Spectacular in patio planters showy from July until frost.
We have assembled four of our favorite dinnerplate dahlias in one collection Emory Paul (burgundy). Bristol Stripe (red white stripe) Kidd’s Climax (pink) and Mom’s Special (lavender). Each plant produces huge flowers on sturdy 3-4′ upright plants that will be
The 6′ lush green-bronze spikes are draped with 5″ yellow blooms spotted in bright red. Adds verticality and dazzle to the back of a border.
The classic double-blooming begonia lives up to its name. Blooming nonstop from June to frost. The 4-4 1/2″ double flowers unfold above a dense display of deep green foliage. Great for hanging baskets mixed pots and specimen plants.
Dwarf gladiolus are perfect for use around the house in containers or in flower border as a source of cut flowers. Charming Lady produces attractive spikes of pink floretes. Long lasting blooms gladioli are also deer and rabbit resistant.
Tiny fragrant flowers cover spreading plants. Ideal plant as spiller for edging borders window boxes and rock gardens. Alyssum makes a great temporary ground cover and grows nicely with dianthus voilets and thyme. Plant alyssum between stepping stones or in
Its such a standout that Sorbet Delft Blue won a Fleuroselect Gold Medal. This very adaptive plant survives most weather conditions and is perfect for planting around crocus and tulips to create a cool spring garden display.
It looks amazingly like a white rose both in bud and in flower. But it’s easy to grow alongside other annuals unfazed by heat and drought. This wonderful variety has pristine white 2″ flowers. A row will yield many dozens
Large bicolor flowers with dizzy swirling patterns in pink-and-white serenely complemented by dark-green foliage. Hardy heat- and drought-tolerant 12-14″ plants are early bloomers flower like crazy until first frost flinging out trailing vines that tumble out of hanging pots and
This very easy-to-grow annual also know as Treasure Flower thrives in full sun. Perfect for hot dry sites such as by driveways along paths or at the beach where other plants will not grow. Plants spread rapidly and are at
Our favorite new lisianthus Pink Champagne looks wonderful combined with pure creamy white and solid peppermint pink partners. All plants are identical in bloom time and habit so put them in a group in the garden and enjoy armfuls of
This collection boasts a unique mix of tall darker-leafed dahlias with single to double blooms in a mix of scarlet-red to orange-salmon. Upright plants with outfacing blooms and dark green to purplish foliage look stately. When other summer blooms are