An excellent variety with many uses. Marvelous plants with vigorous trailing habit dark-green shiny foliage that sparkles under the hot summer sun and is covered with cheerful light-peach blooms with pink eye. This trailing vinca is best used as cascading
Striking sensational splendid. Must-haves for show off gardeners. Collection includes the following Dahlias: Lilac Time The Big Wow Babylon Bronze Kelvin Floodlight. Fewer flowers say summer like the bold blooms of dahlias. These favorite plants come in two basic types:
A unique and lovely gladiolus variety with large ruffled flowers in soft pastel colors. The ruffled spikes give a whole new look to your cutting garden designs. Hardy in zones 8-11 only.
Produces a magnificent purple splash of impressionist color from the bountiful beauteous deep-rose flowers with black throats. This gorgeous angelonia is tough requiring minimal upkeep;a fine choice for areas with hot and humid night temperatures that will do well in
Canna is the most well known and popular tropical foliage plant used in gardening. And Pretoria is a very special canna;its light glossy green leaves are wonderfully striped with bands of white cream and yellow. Used in both gardens and
Bright luscious color splashes across every leaf of our exclusive new coleus adding high contrast color to the partially shaded spots in the garden. Watermelon pink fills the leaf center as veins of magenta reach out into a lime green
Take a trip to the tropics and find these vines clustered with the exotic fragrant oddly coiled 12″ corkscrew flowers in purple cream and yellow. Picturesque cut flowers.
A sublimely pretty new addition to the dinnerplate dahlia color palette. The larger than life cream-going-on-tan 8-10″ blooms are wondrous in a cottage garden vase or bouquet. Demure nuanced color artfully complements neighboring tall flowers in more flamboyant hues. Tall
This canna deep red with lush green foliage is a classic. The large leaves edged with a fine line of burgundy ramp up this towering beauty’s foliage power.
Caladiums exude exotic allure. The colorful foliage-harmonious splashes of red white pink and green on large heart-shaped purple leaves adds a tropical feel to a garden. Mix well with caladiums begonia impatiens and coleus.
Pollinator friendly mix that includes a diversity of flowering plants that produce pollen and nectar for different pollinators with different colors scents and flower forms. The availability of food for pollinators is important from early spring to late fall. This
You have never encountered a dahlia like this one that is sure to create a colorful commotion in your garden. From a single tuber will spring dozens of flowers of different colors! Each of the 4″ flowers can be a
The 3-3 1/2″ rose-like flowers of this amazing plant are a real traffic stopper. The intensity of the flower color softens as the blooms mature creating a most beautiful display in the garden or vase. The species of this hardy
Combining fantastic silvery-green foliage with stealthy creeping growth habit this variety is a brilliant choice for mixed containers. Petite light-green to silver leaves produce a dense and thick mantle that cascades over your patio container. Drought- and heat-tolerant this splendidly
Native to Mexico and extinct in the wild Cosmos atrosanguineus is a low-maintenance plant that can stand drought and heat. Treat it as an annual except for Zones 10-11 where it can bloom practically all year. Used as fillers in
Even in the colorful fragrant enchanted realm of oriental lilies Stargazer is a stunning standout. Ever popular in the garden and prized as a cut flower this gorgeous variety boasts bright crimson blossoms distinctly edged in white and a spangle
Hands down our test garden’s most handsome plant: tall dark green stems; bright sage green leaves; abundant 1 1/2″ florets of the richest blue with truly black sepals just below the petals. Not only are they gorgeous but they bloom
Long slender rich burgundy leaves. Smoky pink foxtails shimmer in the slightest breeze. Satisfying in both tubs and garden beds from spring through frost.
Purple Majesty makes a dramatic centerpiece in almost any planting. A beautiful and economical alternative to fountain grass the shiny corn-like leaves start out green and turn intense dark purple. In late summer 12″ cattail-like flower spikes are dusted with
Butterfly Gladiolus are the best alternative for gardeners with smaller spaces where large gladioli are unpractical. Small flowering beautiful florets resemble the wings of a butterfly. Ideal for large containers on the patio or balcony.