Unlike Dianthus Firewitch, these tiny blooms are a vivid pink. They can be enjoyed from spring to fall and come with a contrasting gray-green foliage when not in bloom. Very compact and rounded, they work best as a ground cover in the landscape. If planted in the masses, these may attract butterflies. An extremely low maintenance plant that is a moderate grower. Recommended companion plants are penstemon, Daylilies, coneflowers, Bellflowers or creeping phlox.
NEW! A striking and vivid plant when in blooms. The Sombrero® Adobe Orange Coneflower will put on quite the show when in full bloom during June-August. An extremely low maintenance plant that can be enjoyed indoor or out. This makes for a wonderful cut flower or container plant. This plant is definitely drought tolerant and adapts to hot, sunny locations very well. You can also plant these in the masses or along the border. Butterflies won’t be able to help themselves with th
A clump-forming tufted hairgrass, Northern Lights, showcases narrow, slightly arching blades of grass. As the summer months roll by the blades turn to pink-gold color offering a strong contrast in the landscape. Tufted grasses are known for their airy panicles that linger above the tall grass like fluffy clouds. Mature growth is around 1-3' tall and wide.
A bright yellow star that shines in your garden. The dark and deep purple-blue flowers offer a beautiful show against the bright background. Plant these in the masses along your perennial border. The small clump formation and grassy foliage radiates visually in the landscape and is happiest in a rain garden-like setting. Enjoy the bloom from May until July. Mature size is around 1' tall and wide.
A beautiful climbing rose! These 3-4" semi-double blooms are a stunning red with a touch of fuchsia! They are everblooming and very hardy. If you have been unsure of roses, the Ramblin' Red climber will surely change you over in no time. Foliage is also showy starting with red to a dark green color. This climbing rose will grow fast, so its best to leave room for it to climb. You can let it grow on the side of a house, an arbor or trellis, or just left to ramble down a garden