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.
Known only in cultivation Polianthes tuberosa has exceptionally sweet-smelling waxy white funnel-shaped 1 1/2 to 2 1/2″ flowers that are borne on spikes that rise to 3′ in late summer. It’s superb for cut flower arrangements. Space 6-8″ apart. Grows
Double yellow! Zinnias are summer stalwarts: never failing to deliver on gorgeous color radiant personality and proven hardiness. Zestful 16-20 double-flower beauty delivers a large lemony-yellow chromatic impact that blazes still brighter from a distance. Zahara All America-winning series is
Burpee has a continuing love affair with sweet peas. Gorgeous in color form and fragrance sweet peas merit a place with your garden. Enchante’s large tricolored flowers are rose pink flushed on cream with pencil markings with mauve on cream
Shock Wave petunia is outrageously and delightfully floriferous. Rolling out a pure white carpet of blooms Shock Wave Coconut is self-cleaning and stays white even after a drenching storm. With low-growing habit it’s perfect as ground cover or blended with
Introduced from Mexico in 1800 zinnias have become an all-American favorite. They come in many heights and colors and are unequaled as cut flowers. The zinnia’s march to glory began around 1875 when double “dahlia” flowered types were developed. The
With a true trailing habit up to 18″ these fragrant pansies are ready to drape fetchingly from a hanging basket or brighten up your borders. The dainty 1″ flowers are edible and welcome additions to any summer salad.
Supercascade Blue with its large 4 3/4″ blossoms was bred for hanging baskets but the floriferous 15″ plants work great in borders too. GARDEN HINTS: Pinch off faded flowers and seed pods to encourage more blooms.
Big-time flower power! Summer brings color-rich cascades of rose snapdragons trailing floridly from baskets and containers. Hardy 12-14 plants are heat tolerant; thrive in shade and sun.
A mix of single to double blooms in white pink rose to red shades and bicolor patterns. Makes fine borders with delicate lacy foliage.
A luminous burst of entrancing color this native plant from the American prairies is a free-flowering beauty and standout. An unusual bicolor of white and yellow the daisy like flower is a gorgeous variant on the usual solid yellow flowers
An extravagant tricolor bouquet of giant (4-5″) double flowered yellow orange and white zinnias. Breathtaking when gathered into a vase.
Outstanding bicolor sunflower dazzles with sensuous high-definition color and outright drama. Wine-red ray petals tipped in rich yellow orbit dark center disks packed with 600 tiny flowers. Massed in a border or a choice sunny spot hardy multibranching 5-6 plants exude
Zinnias add bold vibrant color to gardens. The more you cut the more they bloom! Oklahoma Mix flowers heavily and uniformly in crisp yellow pink scarlet salmon and white has very good resistance to powdery mildew and is easy to
Top notch dwarf petunia that wins plaudits for very showy frilly blooms comes in ruby complemented by dark-green foliage. Hardy well-branched enthusiastically flowering dwarf 12-14 plants perform beautifully in sun and shade. Well-suited for hanging baskets and patio pots.
Sugar and Spice mix has fully double carnation-type flowers on sturdy compact plants. It’s the only mixture that includes white marigolds scattered among bright yellow gold and orange blossoms.
This candy-stick mix brings old-fashioned flair to the early garden. Solid blooms are slightly speckled with contrasting colors for a fun and luscious look. Fine for cuts too.
Pretty. Easy. Here’s a new idea in the land of petunias. By combining different varieties of petunia seeds in the same pellet we’ve made it effortless to grow a harmonious palette of pretty petunias in your container or flowerbed. The
Boom! Burgundy bicolor double blooms create a flowery flurry. Sensational bicolor double-flowers on vertical 16-24 spikes engender a sensation in the sunny border grouped among varied perennials. Dazzling. First time this burgundy and white bicolor is available as a single
The Atlas series was the most winter hardy and early large pansy in our trials. This mix contains a full range of colors;pure primary tones pastels and bicolored faces. Flowers are 2″ across on 6″ tall plants.