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
This Zinnia marylandica variety comes with superior disease and drought tolerance. Vigorous plants are topped with scarlet orange flowers that shade lighter as flowers age in low light or high night temperatures. Long season display creates an amber glowing carpet
One of the easiest flowers to grow in the home garden Zinnia Zahara Double Strawberry blooms all summer long in large deep magenta blooms. Outstanding disease tolerance low water needs and superior all-season performance in beds and planters. The easiest
A miracle of a marigold! Triple-treat variety produces of colorful blast of three juicy colors at once: in delectable shades of yellow orange and red. Hardy easy-growing 8-10 plants carry on the colorful magic show all summer long. Blooms transitioning
Flowers just 7 weeks from sowing with huge blood-red flowers 5-6 inches across. Vigorous upright 3-foot plants remain clean and bright long after other zinnias have passed blooms as long-lasting in the vase as in the garden.
2004 All-America Gold Medal winner. A breeding breakthrough. Day after day dense and brilliant rose-red plumes appear everlasting on tight bushy plants. Excellent displays through heat humidity rain and drought. Perfect for the front garden.
A standout even in the festive and colorful crowd of zinnias. The semi-double 1 1/2″ daisies are densely arrayed with petals in the juiciest prettiest hues: burgundy reds tipped yellow to carmine. Blooming summer into fall the vase-friendly petite sparkly
Unique blend of pastel colors including lavender pink white deep rosy pink and violet. Tiny fragrant flowers cover spreading plants. Blooms earlier than other varieties. Great for edgings borders planters and rock gardens. GARDEN HINTS: Cultivate or mulch to control
A must-have for the tall border and excellent as cut flowers. Purple-pink and cream bicolors from straight spikes that glow like candles. Snapdragons grow best in cool weather. Sow indoors 8-12 weeks before last frost. Astounding 4 ft. plants. Freely
Vincas are the indestructible beauties of the garden. While resembling impatiens to a remarkable degree both in their flowers and coverage they thrive in full sun and intense heat. Hardy large bushy plants provide a dense layer of sparkling color
This zinnia variety comes with exceptional disease tolerance perfect for dry areas where water will be a problem in the long hot summer days. Very vigorous plants that are topped with deep magenta color with lighter center as flowers age
Densely branched dwarf hedge to 3 feet tall topped by large 7″ sunflowers. Very distinctive flower form with double rows of bright yellow ray petals surrounding the dark center disc. Perfect addition for sunny borders and for fresh bouquets. For
Flower heads 3-4″ across with florets delicately shaped into fine little stars. Blend pinks with cherry reds and you’ve got a gem of a mix. Very weather tolerant and attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Grows best in full sun to
An abundance of 2-3″ double spurred flowers bloom in a harmony of color. Superb for bedding or containers.
A prolific sunflower with unique pointed petals in lemon-yellow with chocolate brown centers to 4-5″ across. Plants are multibranched up to 6 ft. tall. Plant with taller or shorter sunflowers with darker blooms for dramatic contrast. Sunflower seeds grow best
High Tea has an old-fashioned look in solid shades of rose red and white. Plant in average well-drained soil after last frost and this annual will reward you with a summer full of colors.
The luscious color a one-of-a-kind shade of salmon pink makes it a welcome addition to the sunny front border. This lush prolific bloomer glows and grows to 36″ with large double-blooming flowers that are outstanding in a bouquet. Free-flowering and
A bewitching and highly unusual color in the land of impatiens. With orange salmon eye on a lighter background this Burpee exclusive flowers prodigiously all summer long. Lovely mixed with lavender lipstick or grape/punch impatiens colors in a shady spot.
A ravishing bicolor orange-yellow addition to the illustrious Zahara lineup. Flowers gold at first soon reveal a lovely red stripe down the center of each petal. Prize-winning 12-18″ tall cultivar puts on a lavish floriferous fantasia from spring through summer.