Happy Days Mix adds masses of 2″ brilliant yellow orange and red bicolored flowers to your garden. Plants bloom early and profusely until frost and are carefree and heat-resistant.
This 1979 All-America Selections winner has large showy fully double blossoms with russet red petals and a delicate rim of gold on the edges. Blooms early.
This 2014 All America Selection bedding plant award winner is considered to be the first true orange petunia from seed. African Sunset Hybrid displays attractive shades of orange flowers that stand out in color and in numbers. Great color and
Rose BonBon offers tightly packed and ruffled petals for mum-like flowers in rich bright rose. Blooms arise by the hundreds all summer on vigorous plants. Ideal massed in beds and borders providing plenty of color in the garden and for
The spreading Wave petunias just get better and better. Five experimental varieties in soft cool colors will make a tranquil resting place for the eye. Waves grow fast and get BIG. You can space plants up to 2 ft. apart
This All-America Selections winner makes a good for ground cover in beds and does well on trellis or fence. GARDEN HINTS: Prefers poor dry soil; rich moist soils produce mostly foliage and few blooms. Does not transplant well. If raised
The large 4-5″ blossoms on the well-branched plants deliver great garden impact. Fine for hanging baskets and containers. GARDEN HINTS: Pinch off faded flowers and seed pods to encourage more blooms.
Unique deep blue-green leaves are the perfect background for the dazzling long-spurred 2 1/2″ scarlet blooms. Compact plants only 1 ft. high are superb for hanging baskets and mixed plantings in kitchen gardens. Large seeds are easy to sow directly
This color-drenched sunflower attracts plenty of attention. The towering plants ranging up to 10′ tall are crowned by massive brilliantly colored 12″ bicolor flowers with fiery red centers and tapered golden tips.
Utterly demure light pink blossoms that seem to have come from a Japanese teacup. Prettily highlighted with large cherry eyes. One of the components in the Tokyo Spring mix offered as a separate color.
Each plant has 8-10 long strong upright stems topped by giant fully double frilly flowers 5″ across in a blend of blue cerise rose-pink and white asters. Space 12-18″ apart.
Turn on the color! One of our tallest salvia the brilliant red spikes tower prolifically over vigorous densely branched plants. Perfect for a hedge screen or container.
An old time favorite Viola Jump Up is a great ground cover. Low growing and self sowing they are sure to come back every year. One of the sweethearts of the cottage garden they can be used around leafy vegetables
Bright creamy yellow blossoms with maroon blotches near the centers. The plants are compact with blue-green foliage. Peachy!
The happy dark purple face contrasts beautifully with the soft purple tones on each flower. A standout performer in every garden due to the clear flower color that completely covers the plant. Plant in fall for color well into early
Grown first in kitchen gardens young leaves buds and flowers were picked for salads. (Buds were also pickled like capers.) By the late 1800s breeders had developed many dwarf forms in a wide range of colors and they became popular
The color of this mix is supply perfect. The best mix for using as ground cover in the fall planted around fall mums. Plants will produce abundance of colorful blooms. For additional color in the spring plant them in the
Do you believe in love at first sight? This compact charmer just 3′ tall dazzles with a profusion of 6″ flowers with luminous yellow halos punch-red petals and golden picotees. The one-of-a-kind dwarf bicolor adds spark and excitement to borders
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.
Marbles Yellow & White produces a sweep of 1 1/2″ flowers in white and yellow and 4 o’clock is about the time the striped trumpet-shaped flowers open suffusing the air with a sweet orange-blossom scent. Plants attract hummingbirds by day