Wonderful ivory white strain with lime green and maroon dots and anthers. Plants are terrific in the garden producing abundance of flowers.
A true explosion of blue petals tulip Blue Wow is a spectacular double late tulip. Perfect for planting with Tulip Ice Cream. Blooms late spring.
Wine-dark purple leaves with a wavy edge intensify to nearly black offsetting a wealth of hot pink flowers on this handsome low growing shrub. Hummingbirds and butterflies love the tubular flowers that bloom in late spring and repeat throughout the
This is a brilliant mix for the beginner bulb gardener. Easy to grow and rare these alliums produce 5″ globes of star-shaped flower heads in purple white and blue.
Ultra vivid erysimum beauty bursts into flower the first year blooming nonstop from late spring into autumn. Sensational sun-loving 18-22″ evergreen shows great heat tolerance; sets new standard for rich color abundance of flowers and improved habit. Fragrant looker merits
Almost black glossy rounded leaves that remain dark throughout the growing season. Plants add a dramatic flair in containers and shady garden beds. Planted in groups Heuchera Blackout lends color to small spaces and thrives with little care. Heucheras are
Lovely specimen Clara gets our attention with strong upright stems of full rounded fragrant electric pink blooms. Garden phlox is essential for the perennial plant border. Stems require staking support before flowering. Vigorous perennial does best in full sun or
This very fragrant species from South America was discovered in 19th century. Glory of the Sun blooms in late spring and has strap-like leaves and ornamental bicolored flowers that are lavender-blue with a soft rosy-red center. They’re ideal as cut
Eye popping lily with long buds that open to radiant flowers. This is a very tall fragrant and colorful lily that is ideal as a cut flower and superb planted in mass.
Excellent strain of lilies for flower arrangements. Golden splendor blooms in golden yellow with deep maroon stripe on the outer side of the petals.
Let the blooms begin! Flowering feverishly from spring right through hard frost Illumination Raspberry provides seasons of sheer pleasure. Shrubby foxglove hybrid puts on a non-stop show of spectacular spikes of bold raspberry-pink flowers. Clump-forming well-branched sterile plants make a
Magnificent cross between two native Baptisias; white wild indigo Baptisia alba and the yellow wild indigo Baptisia sphaerocarpa. Carolina Moonlight has great hybrid vigor and blooms with spectacular butter yellow flowers atop of lupine-like spikes. Plants create a Perfect for
Phlox standout offers unmatched color and vigorous upright branching. Oleander commands admiring attention with full rounded blooms of satiny deep-pink with expressive dense red eyes. Complementary foliage of lightly spotted medium bright-green makes for a very pretty plant indeed. Phlox
Lavender Mist carries on fragrantly flowering and reflowering from early spring into late summera longer more lingering bloom time in the garden. Sun-loving bachelor button cultivar produces 50% more blooms has better branching and shorter habit. No need to remove
These dwarf phlox with their eye-catching 4″ clusters of big hot pink 1 1/2″ florets with blazing fire-red eyes make a strong impact in the garden. Plant them in a border and drink in their sheer beauty.
Uchida is a prolific producer of large open blossoms with strongly recurved petals in brilliant dark pink trimmed with white and light speckles that emit a light fragrance. Easy to grow and quite hardy it loves full sun or partial
A simply smashing introduction that earns high marks for color foliage and performance. You will find yourself admiring the big showy continuously blooming flowers that range in hue from bright coral to flamingo alluringly complemented by glossy dark green foliage.
Prettily flowering from May to September Caramias frilly blooms boast fluffy bluish-pink center quills circled by coronas of lighter-toned petals. With very attractive foliage on stiffly upright 12-24 stems excellent new border addition resembles a thistle but (thankfully) has no
A season without daisies is unthinkable: a crime against summer! Showboating shasta cultivar exhilarates in sun-basking borders beds and containers. Compact clumping 22 plants produce spirit-lifting white blooms with layer upon layer of fine fringed petals with contrasting deep-golden centers.
Floristan Violet is stunning Gayfeather with tall spikes of pinkish-purple flowers and dark bracts creating a bicolor vertical interest in the perennial border or butterfly garden. Also known as Blazing star Liatris spicata is a tall upright herbaceous perennial native