Looking beautiful and full of blooms!
A beautiful holiday plant,(botanically known as Schlumbergera or Zygocactus) blooms at Christmas and also sometimes around Easter time if cared for properly. A month prior to Christmas you will be able to watch the tips of the leaves beginning to grow. The tips grow darker as each day passes, until a bud forms. At Christmas time, as if by magic, the buds open to a beautiful flower that will add color and warmth to any holiday season.
A superior selection with a compact habit, sturdy stems and a high tolerance of powdery mildew that is exceptionally floriferous. Ideal for borders along driveways and paths, en masse in garden beds and in patio containers. A fine cut flower.
An evergreen, perennial shrub with gray green foliage and abundant, fragrant, purple flower spikes that attract butterflies. Useful as hedge or edging in herb garden. Flowers may be crushed and used in sachets. 1 gal. size pot.
Stunning display of abundant, long-blooming flowers over dark green basal leaves. Brilliant yellow flowers with black centers are excellent cut or outstanding in the garden or wildflower planting with daylilies, asters and grasses.
Desirable compact variety with a very full and bushy habit is a prolific producer of huge blooms over a long season. Pink flowers have dark cranberry-red centers. A spectacular specimen plant. Also well suited for containers and for planting at water's edge.
Prized for its unmatched foliage color. Fast growing green leaves emerge with red tips in spring, darkening through summer, and turning burgundy in fall. Airy reddish-pink flowers in summer. Use for mass background plantings or in containers. Deciduous.
Harvest your own tender artichokes! Big flower buds that form at the tops of stalks may be cut for eating. If not cut, buds open to spectacular purple, thistle-like flowers, great for arrangements. Unique, highly textured grey-green foliage adds season-long interest.
Members of the sunflower family, the "black eye" is named for the dark brown-purple centers of its daisy-like flower heads. The plants can grow to over 3 feet tall, with leaves of 6 inches, stalks over 8 inches long and flower diameter of 2 to 3 inches. Great for cut flower arrangements! Blooms from June to October.
This rugged, cold hardy native grass features blue-green foliage and striking, flag-like summer flowers on stiff, weather resistant stems. Provides cool-season interest, as the long lasting blonde seed heads remain through winter. Tolerant of many soil types, this is a perfect choice for low maintenance landscapes.
Versatile, compact version of regular Maiden Grass. Showy clumps are topped by silvery white blooms. Free flowering at an early age. Golden bronze autumn foliage. Great as specimen or in groupings.
Cyclamineus Narcissi have one or two flowers per stem with the outer petals exhibiting a pronounce reflexive position to the cup. Great for borders or containers.