You will love Berry Canary a breakthrough crossing of isoplexis and digitalis. Spikes crowded with vivid flowers of torrid pink with creamy-yellow burgundy speckled throats (isoplexis parent) harmonize with rosettes of attractive dark-green foliage (digitalis parent). Compact sterile heavy-branching
Stella blooms and reblooms spring to fall. An excellent front border plant petite but vibrant with 2 1/2″ golden yellow flowers.
Small fertile discs of pinkish white are surrounded by quite large and double silvery pink sterile florets that spill forth in a fountainous and elegant fashion. Elegance incarnate it is a hydrangea that can singly rewrite one’s perception of what
Sunshine Ruffles is blooms in late winter with bright yellow blossoms with red edge on each petal very profuse bloomer this cultivar will produces 20 to 30 blooms on each plant. Flowers are 2 1/2-3 in diameter. Hellebores are the
Very attractive petals of primrose yellow stretching out of the cup create an air borne effect like gliding in the air. With smaller statue and the sweet fragrance this daffodil is ideal for container plantings and perfect in front of
Some like it hot pink! Stunning new long-blooming charmer creates a rosy glow in the bed border or rock garden. Compact upright 2-3 ft. plants bloom all season laying out a canopy of vivid-pink blooms with light-green to medium-green scented
Dark and Handsome indeed! Stunning variety creates instant drama with large 2.5-3″ purple-black to black double-flowers. Winter-blooming 18-24 plants carry on flowering for eight weeks and given the chance will soon naturalize multiply
Gorgeous Hall of Fame English rose with rich yellow cupped flowers large bright green leaves and dreamy tea rose scent. Ranging in color from pink to peach plump buds arrive in gorgeous profusion. Versatile shrub grows to six feet and
The cutely named Oso Easy? lineup has a glorious new addition in this long-blooming large double red stunner with dark glossy green foliage. This is what we call a plant-it-and-go variety requiring little effort or upkeep and delivering big results.
One of our favorite mid-summer blooming flowers. Each flower has a distinctive color pattern that shines in the garden and in the vase. Zones 3-9.
The flowers are beautiful at all stages as they open to wide shallow cups. Their color is the softest glowing apricot-pink later turning pure soft pink. Exceptionally healthy and reliable. Few thorns. A medium myrrh scent.
Collection includes one plant each of Snow Lady Crazy Daisy and Banana Cream. Have the best of all our daisies with this easy plants collection. The different forms and colors are striking in the garden and equally as impressive in
A study in lovely refined contrast the white overlapping petals surround a corona with a rich green eye dark yellow middle and red edging. Will provide early spring color year after gorgeous year. With a bright spicy scent these beauties
The soft feathery plumes of these astilbes are a welcome sight in spring and will brighten any shady space. Clumps form rapidly with glossy deep green lacy foliage that makes an excellent ground cover. Best grown in drifts with heucheras
In mid-summer the foliage that began in spring as grass plumes begin to form perfectly upright sensational stalks of purple and white that provides exceptional background for echinacea shasta daisy and rudbeckias. Grown in full sun or part sun the
One of the most interesting specimens we looked at in the past year. It doesnt take much luck to get this four-leafed clover to grow in your garden container on the patio or between stones in the garden path. Hardy
One luminous leopard plant. With richly saturated 12 yellow spikes on chocolate stems ‘Bottle Rocket’ adds dazzle to the dampest shady sites from spring into fall quickly spreading to provide a glowing yellow groundcover. Remarkably compact well-proportioned 28-34″ tall ligularia
This species of hellebore is an evergreen perennial that appreciated by serious gardeners for its striking winter effect in the shade garden. The foliage is deeply divided dark green and leaves are deeply lobed narrow lance-shaped to elliptic usually-toothed segments.
Light crimson buds gradually open to reveal very deep velvety crimson blooms with lighter colored outer petals. The flowers are large cups at first becoming shallowly cupped with time. There is a strong Old Rose scent. The bushy spreading growth
Ultra large 2.5″ flowers cover profusely neat vigorous spreading plants. Young leaves are yellowish-green adding extra flair to this new hardy geranium.