NEMESIANemesia aromatica (Nemesia fruticans) is an extremely fragrant, easy-to-grow annual. It's a great choice to brighten up your garden beds or patio pots. The "Aromatica" series spans the color range, with colors including deep blue, light pink, rose pink, lavender
GerberaGerbera daisies (Gerbera jamesonii) are commonly grown for their bright and cheerful daisy-like flowers. They originate from South Africa and come in various sizes and colors including pink, yellow, salmon, orange and white, with flower sizes anywhere from 2 to 5 inches across.
Sun PatiensSunPatiens can't be beat for easy care and non-stop color. Aside from regular watering, SunPatiens are virtually maintenance free. Plant them, step back and be delighted with the results!
In the Garden
Plant in well-drained soil rich in organic matter, such as compost
Incorporate a slow release fertilizer at ½ the label rates into the soil when you plant
An alternative way to fertilize is to apply water-soluble fertilizer at ½ the label rates, as needed; do not over fertilize
CannaCannas lilies are great summer flowers that can be grown in containers or in the garden. Their bold foliage and exotic flowers make a big splash with little effort. Here's how to grow these tender beauties: Planting and Care: Because they are topical plants, cannas thrive in full sun, with plenty of summer heat and consistently moist soil.
CaladiumCaladiums grow best in the partial shade of open, high-branched trees. They will perform reasonably well in full shade, but the color may not be as outstanding. Caladiums traditionally needed protection from full sun for best growth and color, but some of the newer cultivars tolerate exposure to full sun for a couple of hours daily. Most pink-leaved caladiums develop a brownish, scorched appearance when grown in sun.
EvolvulusPerfect for hanging baskets and containers, the pale, gray-green leaves and cheerful flowers of 'Blue Daze' also look lovely at the front of mixed beds and borders. Where hardy, it may be used as a small-scale groundcover or accent plant in the tropical mixed border or foundation bed. This plant tolerates salt and grows well in gardens or containers in coastal areas.
combo6" Combo are relatively new. We feature many different plants in combination with others thru out the season. a great way to add instant color to your garden.
SOLINIA BEGONIASThe best for bedding (but great in containers, too!)
Not your grandmother's Begonia, Solenia® welcomes a bright new day in Begonia growing! Not only is this compact plant very tolerant of sun, it also stands up to heat and wind, and resists powdery mildew. You can grow it fearlessly in part shade to full sun, where it will set big double blooms over three seasons! There's never been anything quite like it.
PEANUT. Sow peanuts in the whole shell or in the papery skin surrounding the seed. Sow seed 1½ to 3 inches deep; set seed 6 to 8 inches apart; thin successful plants or set transplants 18 inches apart. Plant peanuts in double rows to save space, staggering the seeds 18 inches apart
Mandevilla PinkThis is one of our all time favorite plants. It comes in a 6" pot and should be transplanted into a large container or better yet in the ground. for best results full sun, lots of water and fertilizer .
ANGLES PERFUME GERANIUMThe best of both worlds: beauteous burgundy blooms and lemon-scented foliage.
Stunning new geranium variety delivers the best of both worlds: a gorgeous show of beauteous burgundy blooms and a lavish commotion of ruffled, lemon-scented, cool-green foliage.
mandevilla redThis is one of our all time favorite plants. It comes in a 6" pot and should be transplanted into a large container or better yet in the ground. for best results full sun, lots of water and fertilizer .
Geranium calliope redWOW This is our number on full plant if you like RED. It performs like no other geranium you have grown. you will want to dead head this plant just to see how many flowers you can get. plant in full sun, good water and fertilizer.
Calliope HotPinkWOW This is our number on full plant if you like PINK. It performs like no other geranium you have grown. you will want to dead head this plant just to see how many flowers you can get. plant in full sun, good water and fertilizer.
Mosquito Plant geraniumA member of the geranium family. gives off a great citronella sent. Reported to keep mosquitos way. The plant requires full sun to grow best.
RUDBECKIA-TIGER-EYEThis first F1 hybrid Rudbeckia boasts more blooms than we have ever seen on a single specimen. Sturdy plants produce loads of branches, tightly lined with deep green leaves and topped with petal-packed 3" blossoms in rich golden yellow. A significant improvement over other Rudbeckias in susceptibility to powdery mildew means the non-stop show lasts even longer in the garden bed. Try a large drift for an unbelievable mass of pure color.