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House of Silk Flowers
$49.99
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This artificial Burgundy Hydrangea Arrangement is handcrafted by House of Silk Flowers. Full and vibrant, this arrangement will co...mplement any decor and contains burgundy hydrangeas, fall grasses, artificial feathers, and mixed greenery leaves. All measurements are approximate and will be determined by the final shaping of the arrangement upon unpacking it. No arranging is necessary, only minor shaping, with the way in which we pack a ship their products. This is only intended for indoor use. Features: Beautiful artificial burgundy hydrangea arrangement Traditional metal oval vase Perfect additional to your home or office decor Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 21 Inches Overall Width - Side to Side: 15 Inches Overall Depth - Front to Back: 10 Inches Overall Product Weight: 6 Pounds read more

House of Silk Flowers
$49.99 $59.00
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This artificial Rust Hydrangea Arrangement is handcrafted by House of Silk Flowers. Full and vibrant, this arrangement will comple...ment any decor, and contains rust hydrangeas, fall grasses, artificial feathers, and mixed greenery leaves. All measurements are approximate and will be determined by the final shaping of the arrangement upon unpacking it. No arranging is necessary, only minor shaping, with the way in which we pack a ship their products. This is only intended for indoor use. Features: Beautiful artificial rust hydrangea arrangement Traditional wood and rattan rectangular vase Perfect additional to your home or office decor Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 21 Inches Overall Width - Side to Side: 15 Inches Overall Depth - Front to Back: 10 Inches Overall Product Weight: 6 Pounds read more

House of Silk Flowers
$34.94 $34.99
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This artificial fuchsia peony arrangement is handcrafted by House of Silk Flowers. All measurement are approximate and will be det...ermined by your shaping of the item upon unpacking. No arranging is necessary, only minor shaping, with the way in which we pack and ship their products. This is only intended for indoor use. Features: Artificial fuchsia peony arrangement White ceramic vase Realistic and natural-looking Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 19 Inches Overall Width - Side to Side: 5 Inches Overall Depth - Front to Back: 5 Inches Overall Product Weight: 2 Pounds read more

Teleflora

Make a modern statement with submerged green orchids! A simple glass cylinder and tropical ti leaves are the only additions to thi...s minimal, Zen arrangement. Improve your feng shui with a stem of green cymbidium orchids and variegated ti leaves, submerged under water in a tall cylinder vase.Approximately 6" W x 19" HThis item is hand-arranged and delivered by a Teleflora florist.All prices in U.S. Dollars. read more

Burpee
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Easy to grow, fast flowering, super colors. Mouth-watering color and silky crepe-paper petals make this poppy a scrumptious showpi...ece throughout summer. Splashy watermelon blooms are dotted with a delicious creamy white center, ideal for cooling sunny beds with small or large drifts. Easy to grow and fast to flower. read more

Burpee
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Majestic blooms flower throughout the summer. A double peony type with majestic, bright salmon-pink blooms packed tightly with fri...nged petals for a bold garden display. Flowers freely throughout the summer in any sunny location. read more

Williams-Sonoma

This ingenious ?smartpot? electronic growing system provides an easy, foolproof way to grow plants. The Click and Grow kit germina...tes seeds and automatically waters and fertilizes seedlings for optimal growth. Simply insert the included basil seed cartridge, add batteries, fill the reservoir with water and refill every month or two when the warning light blinks. Harvest the tender fragrant leaves and use in pesto, salads and tomato sauces. Self-monitoring electronic system grows fresh, healthy plants with minimal maintenance. Kit includes one smartpot, one basil seed plant cartridge and step-by-step instructions. Food-safe plastic cartridge contains basil seeds, fertilizer and software to ensure proper food and water levels for the seeds. Plastic smartpot contains pump as well as electronics and sensors that blink when water reservoir needs refilling or batteries need to be replaced. Basil seeds sprout within 10 days, grow to full-size plants in 3 to 4 months and live from 8 to 12 months. Smartpot: 8? x 8? x 3? high; 1-qt. cap. water reservoir. Requires 4 AA batteries. Simple assembly required. Made in Estonia. read more

Winchester Safes
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Winchester Gardens Veggie Markers will help you organize your seeds and plants, making gardening even more fun- Write notes on the... back of the marker and track your plants' growth- Printed on an eco-friendly biodegradable plastic, these markers will begin to break down after one growing season, leaving no damaging toxic elements behind- Length: 2-5- Width: 7-5 SKU: WNCSTR037 read more

Burpee
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Mildly hot fruits on prolific plants. This heirloom variety from Greece is sweet, crunchy and only mildly hot?great for pickling, ...salads and salsas but tasty fresh too. The plants are prolific and productive, even in cooler, short-season areas, yielding fruits that grow to be about 4" long by 1" wide. Harvest the peppers when they are light yellow and 2-3" long. Certified Organic Seed. read more

Burpee
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HEIRLOOM. The standard bell pepper. HEIRLOOM. The standard bell pepper for many decades, this 1928 introduction is still the large...st open-pollinated, heirloom bell you can grow, and it's a vast over the earlier bells. A perfect stuffing pepper?blocky 4" x 3˝", thick-walled, tender and flavorful. Certified Organic Seed. read more

Burpee
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HEIRLOOM. Burpee introduced. Sweet Chinese Giant was twice as big as the largest bell pepper of its day. Plants are a compact 24" ...tall. Fruits are usually 4 by 4", but Mr. Burpee pointed out that if you thin the fruits, they can grow 5" across and 6" long. Truly remarkable then and now. Certified Organic Seed. read more

Burpee
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Delicious peppers perfect for pickling. If you are a pickled pepper person, this Italian pepper is for you. Expect gratifyingly la...rge crops of 5-6" long thin, slightly wrinkled peppers. At first, the peppers are a pleasing light green, and as the season progresses, their color shifts into bright red. Take your pick: you can harvest the sweet, thin-walled fruits in either the green or red stage, and you can enjoy them raw, pickled or cooked. Harvest about 75 days after transplant. read more

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Plant Patent Applied For. A spicy Helenium from the Mariachi? series, Salsa offers the brightest red tones ever on a Helenium, all... surrounding a deliciously golden/chocolate center! The straight stems show the blooms off proudly in the garden or vase, inviting bees and butterflies over for a sip! Bred by Arie Blom of AB-Cultivars in The Netherlands, this Helenium is one of the most compact, bushy, and colorful yet! Commonly known as Helens Flower or Sneezeweed, Helenium is a native flower known for its gorgeous daisy-like flowers, which are often found growing alongside bodies of water or other moist soils. The H. autumnale species is the most cold hardy, and the Mariachi? series improves on the species further with stronger stems that dont flop, increased resistance to mildew, and a selection of some of the most scintillating colors you will ever find in the garden! POTY virus is a common scourge among greenhouse-grown Heleniums, since it is spread mechanically, but our plants are carefully monitored and thankfully unaffected. Plant Salsa in moist soil and full sun. It would rather have wet feet than dry ones, and for that reason it thrives in moisture-retentive soils that have a lot of clay and/or organic material. If you have dry, sandy soil, amend it with some organics. These plants form dense clumps, and every 3 or 4 years they divided up so they do not crowd each other too much. 1 Quart Container. Zones 3 to 9. read more

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The latest in the amazing early-blooming, compact Sun series is this exquisite pastel blend of apricot and yellow, a never-before-...seen color mix for the Gaillardia family! Arizona Apricot is a marvel of a plant, its blooms exquisite, its hardiness and adaptability unsurpassed, and its size compact yet free-flowering! We highly, highly recommend it for your sunny border and best containers. Arizona Apricot sets 3- to 3˝-inch blooms with several layers of long, pointed petals. Each petal is apricot from the base to about andfrac23; of the way to the tip, which is bright yellow. They petals surround a huge central cone combining amber, gold, and green. The flowers begin appearing in early summer and continue well into autumn. Simply incredible! This plant is quite compact -- just 12 inches high and wide, but with great branching. Given sunshine and any well-drained soil, its off and running! And as a selection of the native species, Arizona Apricot has all the vigor you would expect of a wildflower. Tolerant of heat, humidity, drought, cold, and poor soil, once established in your garden it will be long-lived and trouble-free. And its hardy just about everywhere in the continental U.S.! Truly, there are few perennials that can equal its performance. Do grow this 2011 All America Selection Winner this season. No other flower in the garden equals its combination of beauty and vigor. Prepare to be delighted! Zones 3-10. Cannot ship to GU, VI. read more

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Plant Patent #17,092. Oranges and lemons / Say the bells of St. Clements goes the old nursery rhyme, and youll be ready to ring a ...hearty tribute to this super long-blooming, floriferous, easy-to-grow Blanket Flower before the very first season is over. All Gaillardias offer up a lot of blooms, but Oranges and Lemons is on an entirely new scale of production, with a single plant boasting as many as 75 flowers open AT A SINGLE TIME! Multiply that by the early-summer-through-mid-fall bloomtime, and youll see that youre going to enjoy hundreds upon hundreds of flowers every year from this little powerhouse. Each daisy is about 2 inches wide, with bright tangerine petals tipped in yellow and surrounding a saucy orange-and-yellow central cone. This plant is just 18 inches high and 20 inches wide, so its all the more surprising that it should be such a powerhouse for flowers. Yet from the first breath of summer til long into fall, Oranges and Lemons regales you with blooms. Its also a rough-and-ready garden performer, withstanding heat, humidity, poor soil, and even drought once established in your garden. Oranges and Lemons is the perennial to plant in your sun-soaked garden trouble spots ? along the baking asphalt driveway, in that dry area around the mailbox, or in the tough, almost unbroken soil of a new bed or border. It thrives on challenges like these, and youll be amazed at its performance even when given very little attention. Space plants about 18 inches apart. Zones 3-10. read more

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Dont stop feeding your flowers just because youve picked them -- this new Algoflash cutflower preserver keeps your blooms healthy ...and beautiful up to 75% longer than plain water! Just add it to your vase and enjoy the bounty of your garden much, much longer! Composed of a blend of nutrients (sugars, a biocide to reduce bacterial growth, acid to cut the pH, and an anti-ethylene substance), Algoflash is just what your indoor arrangements need to keep looking their best. Its liquid, so you can just add a dollop to the vase water, stir with a handy stem, and be good to go! If you arent using Algoflash in the garden yet, you MUST try this world record-holding, all natural fertilizer from France! A patented formula with NO CHLORIDES, NO CARBONATES, and NO SODIUM, its odorless, colorless and completely environmentally safe. Weve got an all-purpose solution as well as special blends for flowering plants, hosueplants, roses, and tomatoes! 250mL. read more

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This is such an exciting breeding breakthrough for the Blanket Flower family that I hardly know where to begin explaining it! Unti...l now, Blanket Flowers have needed a vernalization period to flower -- that is, they had to go through winter temperatures in order to begin the flowering process. Well, Arizona Sun NEEDS NO VERNALIZATION. What this means for us as gardeners is that this plant blooms much, much earlier than other varieties (up to a month!), flowers very heavily even the first year, and sets masses and masses of blooms. As side benefits, its also uniform in size and leaf structure. You just wont believe the flower power of Arizona Sun until you see it blooming -- and blooming, and blooming! -- in your garden! The flowers are large, many-petaled, and lovely. Expect them to reach 4 inches wide and to crowd one another for space on compact plants 12 inches high and 12 to 18 inches wide. They begin blooming with the first warm weather -- typically in late spring or early summer -- and wont quit until nipped by fall frost! NO wonder Arizona Sun has received top honors on both sides of the Atlantic! The plant size is uniform, too, which is great for large plantings. And if youve grown other Blanket Flowers, youll be impressed by the way Arizona Suns foliage looks identical from plant to plant. One of the odd things about Blanket Flowers is that the leaf shape sometimes varies greatly, so that when a large planting is out of bloom, it looks as though its got 5 or 6 different species instead of just one variety! Arizona Sun looks identical from plant to plant, making it suitable even for formal plantings. Hardy from one end of the country to the other (zones 3-10), this native perennial is happy in any sun-soaked spot. It puts up with heat, humidity, cold, poor soil, and -- once it has built up a good root system in your garden -- drought. The flowers are lovely for cutting, too. Zones 3-10. Cannot ship to GU, VI. read more

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Plant Patent Applied For. The swirling scarlet and gold blooms on this member of the Mariachi? series will look like little fire d...ancers in your garden, adding warm, vibrant tones over a very long season! Bred by Arie Blom of AB-Cultivars in The Netherlands, this Helenium is one of the most compact, bushy, and colorful yet! Commonly known as Helens Flower or Sneezeweed, Helenium is a native flower known for its gorgeous daisy-like flowers, which are often found growing alongside bodies of water or other moist soils. The H. autumnale species is the most cold hardy, and the Mariachi? series improves on the species further with stronger stems that dont flop, increased resistance to mildew, and a selection of some of the most scintillating colors you will ever find in the garden! POTY virus is a common scourge among greenhouse-grown Heleniums, since it is spread mechanically, but our plants are carefully monitored and thankfully unaffected. Plant Fuego in moist soil and full sun. It would rather have wet feet than dry ones, and for that reason it thrives in moisture-retentive soils that have a lot of clay and/or organic material. If you have dry, sandy soil, amend it with some organics. These plants form dense clumps, and every 3 or 4 years they divided up so they do not crowd each other too much. 1 Quart container. Zones 3 to 9. read more

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One of the finest native American perennials, Asclepias brightens the mid- to late-summer sunny garden with massive bloomheads, fo...llowed by handsome seedpods that are unequalled in dried arrangements. Now this coppery-orange species has a bright yellow cousin with the same great drought resistance, free blooming habit, and irresistible appeal to butterflies and bees! Hello Yellow is just about the sunniest color weve ever seen outside a Marigold! The 3-inch flowerheads are simply jammed with blooms, and as they open, the butterflies and bees begin arriving. This Asclepias contains an essential food for Monarch butterflies, and apparently everything else with two wings finds it yummy as well! Hello Yellow reaches 2 to 2˝ feet tall and 2 feet wide, a nice size for the mixed border, blazing bed, or patio specimen. Unforgettable in a mass planting, it spreads its glory over many months -- the blooms are followed by seedpods that can be left on the plant (where they dry, sprout wings, and blow away) or cut for indoor arrangements. The blooms are also good in fresh or dried displays, with good color retention and stiff texture. Like most plants, this Asclepias is happiest in well-drained soils, but it will put up with a lot of hardship, including poor, dry soil and long periods of drought. It needs full sun and plenty of it to reach its peak performance. Hardy just about anywhere in the U.S., from Maine to Georgia. Zones 3-9. read more

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Even before the first spring robin, Hokkai Bungo begins flowering in your sunny garden. This exquisite Japanese Flowering Apricot ...combines a delicately tiered habit with the richest, darkest red blooms in all the family, redolent of cinnamon and cloves. Add this masterpiece of form, color, and scent to your landscape this season for decades of beauty to come! Hokkai Bungo sets its blooms closely along the bare stems, so that each branch looks like a solid wand of rich carmine-scarlet color! The flowers are single, with overlapping petals and a flurry of long, slender white-and-yellow stamens in the center. The fragrance fills the air from the moment the buds burst open in late winter, continuing through early spring to greet the first daffodils. This elegant little tree reaches 20 to 30 feet tall and 15 to 25 feet wide at maturity, but stays small for the first seasons as it finds its feet in your garden. A sun-lover, all it asks is well-drained soil of average fertility and protection from severe spring freezes. It does fruit, but the small, apricot-like fruits are more ornamental than culinary. The songbirds will be delighted, and it is perhaps their color and music that you will appreciate most from the fruit of this tree! Find a special place for Hokkai Bungo, where its lovely shape can be appreciated and its branches easily cut for stunning indoor arrangements. Certain to become one of the all-stars of your garden, it will delight you for many years to come from a planting this season. Zones 6-9. read more

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This fertilizer goes the extra mile, not only feeding your roses and other flowers for up to 8 weeks, but also protecting them fro...m pests like aphids, borers, Japanese beetles, and thrips. The dual action of this systemic insecticide/fertilizer will keep those flowers happy, promoting more growth and bigger blooms! The fertilizer contains a guaranteed analysis of 8% Nitrogen, 12% Phosphorus, and 4% Potassium, as well as generous amounts of micronutrients, while the active insecticide is 0.22% imidachloprid, a revolutionary compound that gets absorbed in plants roots with the nutrients and protects the plant from the inside out for weeks, including everything from the roots to the new shoots of growth. The 0.22% imidacloprid mixture will not harm plants and is safe to use around pets. Directions: shake out the granules onto the ground, spreading them evenly around the plants roots, then water thoroughly. Each 2-pound container contains enough to treat 8 shrubs, 16 roses, or 96 square feet of flowerbed, and the fertilizer and pesticide both last for up to 8 weeks, encouraging healthy growth and big, beautiful blooms. The imidacloprid kills and controls numerous pest species, including: Adelgids, aphids, black vine weevil larvae, roundheaded borers, flatheaded borers, Japanese beetles, lacebugs, leaf beetles, leafhoppers, leafminers, mealy bugs, pine tip moth larvae, psylids, royal palm bugs, sawfly larvae, scales (armored and soft), thrips, and whiteflies. Cannot ship to NY. 2 pounds. read more

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An understory plant native to the redwood forests of the Western US, this White-Flowered Wild Ginger thrives in acidic, shady spot...s with plenty of leaf litter. The embossed, heart-shaped evergreen leaves are a treat in the shade, creating a low, beautiful complement to Brunnera or Hosta. The small, creamy flowers peak out from under the leaves, their long white petals trailing out in thin wisps. This native is well-adapted to most US gardens and is relatively trouble-free. Deer tend to pass it over, and this variety is much less susceptible to slugs than other Gingers. Asarum caudatum f. album will naturalize, spreading slowly by rhizome to fill up those shady, well-mulched, and acidic areas where it thrives. 1 Quart container. Zones 5 to 9. read more

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Lime, Violet, White, Red, Buttery Yellow--you get a little bit of everything with this sophisticated mix! This strain incorporates... a wide variety of colors. Each plant will produce just one of these colors, so be sure to order multiples: the more plants you order, the greater your color variety will be! The big, outward-facing single (and occasionally double) blooms grow on strong stems as thick as pencils. Like all Helleborus, this mix requires some shade and appreciates evenly moist, well-drained soil rich in organic matter. It will tolerate clay soil, and in the cooler zones will tolerate more sun. Water frequently until the plants become established, after which they become more drought tolerant and only need constant moisture in exceptionally dry, hot weather. A year-round mulch helps to keep the roots moist. The evergreen foliage keeps its beauty all year, especially since it generally goes un-nibbled by pests like deer: an especially important quality if you intend to grow it in a wooded area! Helleborus readily seeds, slowly expanding its colorful shade empire. In the summer you should pull any of these seedlings that you do not want (these may not come true to their parentage), and transplant the rest into their permanent spots. Once established, Helleborus resent having their roots disturbed, so you should only divide them when necessary, and you should avoid division by spacing them properly in the first place. Zones 4 to 8. read more

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Remarkable black blooms! The slate-colored petals are one of the truest blacks of any plant on the market, offset by the bright gr...een of the centers, and all on very large, upward-facing blooms! Combine these rich black blooms with white spring-blooming cultivars like Snowbells or Deutzia for a striking contrast! Even on their own the blooms create a full and beautiful display, with the lime green eye and creamy yellow anthers creating a nice contrast to the black petals. This one-of-a-kind Helleborus is the result of 9 years of meticulous breeding. Part of the Winter Thrillers? series, Night Coaster was bred for reliably true black blooms, very early bloom time, and exceptional flower form. The strong stems are as thick as pencils, proudly bearing their distinctive 3-inch blooms in an outward-facing position. Like other Helleborus, Night Coaster is quite easy to grow: just give it a shady spot with moist, well-draining soil. It will thrive even in clay soil, quickly becoming established, after which it can tolerate heat, humidity, and drought quite well. This trouble-free cultivar is generally left alone by pests and diseases, surviving for year after year of early-season beauty! 3˝ Inch Container. Zones 5 to 9. read more

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For sheer bloom power and beautiful color, no Daylily surpasses everblooming Stella de Oro! Often the first to begin the Daylily s...eason and the last to end it, Stella blooms for months on end on compact plants 2 feet high and wide. The flowers are magnificent--a rich golden-yellow that keeps its color throughout the amazingly long bloomtime. Stella de Oro is Americas favorite Daylily (by a long shot!), and inevitably many Stella imitators have arisen. Be assured that our bareroot plants are vegetatively propagated from the original parent plant, so you get the true Stella. The neat, compact habit makes Stella de Oro perfect for containers, edgings, and the front of the border as well as for mass displays in beds and along driveways or fences. No wonder they named it Star of Gold! You will treasure this plant in your garden for many years to come. Hardy, permanent, and easy to grow, Daylilies are one of the finest investments you can make in long-lasting garden beauty for minimal effort! Although each bloom lasts only one day, others rise up to take its place, so that each plant blooms for many weeks. Theyre made for naturalizing--in fact, you will want to dig them up every 5 or 6 years and divide the big clumps into smaller plants. Not only will you get more plants, but the bloom power will increase after division! And this 10-pack of vigorous bareroots is the perfect way to get your display started! A good choice for problem areas where little else grows happily, Daylilies are not fussy about soil and ask only full sun to part shade. They will withstand a lot of neglect and continue to prosper! Zones 4-9 (10 CA only). read more

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Introduced in 1868, Zephirine Drouhin is a romantic, fantastically fragrant, old-fashioned Rose that is still one of the most popu...lar Climbing Roses today, especially in Europe. No Modern Rose has been able to exceed it for sheer performance and season-long bloom. Peaking in spring and fall, the loose, semi-double blossoms of vivid cerise-carmine provide outstanding mass effect. Each bloom is about 4 inches across, opening from a long, pointed bud and made up of 20 to 30 richly colored petals that are infused with a strong damask scent. The plant grows vigorously to 15 to 20 feet high and 4 to 5 feet wide and, remarkable for any Rose, performs well in shade! Its an excellent choice for north-facing walls and areas with little sunlight. The rich, dark green foliage (coppery-purple when young) is very mildew-resistant, and the canes are thornless, making it great for planting where traffic is heavy or children are nearby. This classic, time-tested climbing rose is the perfect choice to train over a trellis or porch, or trim into a formal hedge. Plant in moist, well-drained, loamy soil. Zones 5-9. read more

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Plant Patent #20,506. Cultivar Name: Green 98-009. The pillar-like shrub of foliage is evergreen in its hardiness zone, and while ...other plants are dropping their leaves in October, it decides to bloom instead! The color, form, and profusion of these wondrous fall blooms are all reminiscent of the Floribunda rose, hence the name. Commonly referred to as dwarf sasanqua, the species C. hiemalis is both smaller and more cold hardy (up to zone 6 or 7) than sasanqua, but offers the same profusion of gorgeous medium-sized blooms. The October Magic® series is a Green Nurseries introduction offered through the Southern Living Plant Collection. This series represents a great improvement over the species, with plants that are more vigorous, disease resistant, and that continue the fall blooming season later into the winter. October Magic® Rose is unique in the series for its very upright columnar habit of growth, which lends itself to being pruned in a pillar rose form, the spire of coral red color adding a bright exclamation point in the garden! Like other Camellias, October Magic® Rose will tolerate a wide variety of soil conditions, but they really thrive in organically rich, acidic soil. Their shape tends to be naturally beautiful and relatively compact, making pruning unnecessary. If you choose to prune, do so in very early spring before the buds have formed. Broken shade is ideal: it will tolerate full sun well, but only if it stays well watered. Zones 7 to 9. read more

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After 50 years of dedicated English breeding and 10 years of collection and ongoing selection, we excitedly offer our patrons the ...very finest perennial introduction of the decade. Royal Heritage? Hellebores are destined to supplant even Hostas as the premiere carefree perennial for shade (and partial sun). Uniquely superior for its wide range of sumptuous colors (purple, red, near-black, white, green, pink, and even yellow--each individual plant only displays one bloom color) captured by 2-inch flowers with overlapping petals. In our garden the strain produces flowers for nearly 5 months, from winter through spring. Cut and floated, they make an excellent centerpiece, lasting up to two weeks. A gardeners dream plant -- very permanent, very low maintenance, very disease free, very pest free! Easy to establish from our vigorous container stock. Over the years each will develop into sturdy, long-lived clumps 18 to 24 inches high and 2 to 3 feet across. Totally tolerant of heat and humidity, and even periods of drought, if given well-drained, moisture-retentive soil. Can even thrive in clay! Zones 4-8. read more

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Just for Peony lovers comes this extraordinary collection of the most distinctive and beautiful white and pink shades. We selected... these premium varieties for their magnificent flowers and their complementary colors -- any or all of these flowers combine perfectly in the vase! This 5-pack of Bareroot Peonies is sure to provide you with a good mix of both pink and white blooms, forming the foundation for a lovely, long-lasting perennial garden! The merits of Peonies are virtually endless! First, they are exceptionally hardy--easy to grow and carefree once established. One of the longest-lived perennials, a single plant can last for generations, blooming as reliably in its 50th year as it did in its 3rd! Second, their phenol content makes them unappetizing to pests, including insects, rabbits, and even deer. Remarkably disease free as well, they literally need no attention once established. Third, they truly offer three seasons of color. The new spring foliage is reddish; the bright blooms span late spring and early summer; and the fall foliage is often tinged with bronze or purple tones. Fourth, they are equally suited for the landscape or the vase, offering old-fashioned cottage garden charm plus armloads of stunning blooms. Very long-lived in the vase, the flowers can even be upended and dried for use as everlastings (the singles are best for this). Mature plants have a pleasingly rounded, plump form, and the foliage stays fresh even in the dog days of August. Fifth--but you already know this--the blooms are out-of-this-world lovely in color, fragrance, and form. As showy as roses and vastly easier to grow and care for, they are the unsung heroes of the flowering garden. Peonies are a nice bridge plant in the garden, looking something like a perennial and something like a shrub. They have enough height to form a good backdrop to low-growing and petite annuals and perennials, yet are compact enough for a slender border or corner display. Planted in front of large shrubs or trees, they make a big splash of color without occupying a lot of space. Traditional companions to Peonies are spring- and summer-flowering bulbs (because Peonies lush foliage nicely hides the slumping stalks after the bulbs have bloomed), blue- and white-flowered perennials, larger flowering shrubs such as Azaleas and Rhododendrons, part-shade plants such as Epimedium and Helleborus, and ornamental grasses. (5 bareroot Peonies total) read more

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The perfect Allium to place before its larger cousins or as a cover-up for leggy plants, Graceful Beauty reaches just about a foot... high but sports merry 3-inch globes of white, marked with soft lavender anthers and stamens. The effect is of a merry polka-dotted confection, and these blooms last and last in garden or vase. Easy to grow, theyre a must-have for the bulb garden! The blooms on Graceful Beauty are perfectly rounded, covered in star-shaped florets, and ideal for fresh or dried use. They appear in late spring and early summer on very thick, substantial stems that withstand wind and rain nicely in the garden. Graceful Beauty reaches 12 to 16 inches in full bloom, and you can cut the stem right at the base for a long-stemmed flower as elegant as (and much longer-lasting than) a rose. No plant is easier to grow than Allium, and it will naturalize over time where it is happy. Deer and other nibbling creatures tend to leave it alone, but hummingbirds pay their full respects! Give Graceful Beauty full sunshine in all but the warmest climates, where it appreciates relief from the afternoon sun. It sets strap-shaped leaves at the base of the plant, well below the blooms, and dies back after blooming. Tidy and low maintenance, its perfect for any setting from the border to the side of garden paths, the foundation, and even along the baking-hot driveway! Graceful Beauty is a new look for Allium, its soft play of color the perfect complement to brighter, darker blooms in the garden. Pair it with its taller cousins or with roses and peonies. It blooms at the height of the flowering season in the garden, so its companions are myriad! Zones 4-8. read more

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Apricot-orange blooms--what a fantastic treasure for your garden! Westerland is a vigorous and versatile rose! Classified as a shr...ub, this rose can also be trained as a climber--what more could a rose lover ask for? It presents small clusters of flowers that reach a diameter of almost 5 inches and perfume the air with a strong clove, rose, spicy fragrance. The soft-colored, double blooms open from attractive ovoid buds, boasting 17 to 25 ruffled petals that are nothing short of breathtaking! Youll love how the various shades of apricot and orange blend into each other across the petals, creating an artistic look that barely seems real. Westerland is a wonderfully versatile rose as well. Growing from 5 to 12 feet high and about 4 feet wide, its great for landscaping or growing in containers (in mild climates) and can even be trained as a climber. And of course, the blooms are wonderful for cutflower arrangements! Hardy and vigorous, its shown excellent disease resistance, so its large, dark green foliage will stay clean and healthy all season long! Plant in moist, well-drained, fertile soil in full sun. Var: KORlawe. Zones 5-10. read more

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Grape Hyacinth is one of the easiest and most beautiful bulbs in the spring-blooming garden, and Early Giant is an exceptional cul...tivar in the family. Rich, cobalt-blue hues on unusually large flowers distinguish this variety, which you will want to plant freely in sun and shade! Grape Hyacinth blooms at the same time as the daffodils in most gardens, and is often planted in conjunction with those taller bulbs. Just 6 to 8 inches high, this beauty forms a long, conical dome of brightest blue, long-lasting and richly fragrant. But Early Giant is much more versatile than daffodils. It tolerates shade, and can be planted even in the poor soil beneath trees. Naturalizing readily, it forms delightful colonies of sweet-scented, rich blue that you will treasure for years to come. Early Giant is easy to force indoors, too, for fragrant winter blooms. Make it part of your indoor winter garden, adding color and scent to the shortest days of the year. You will love this carefree bloomer! Zones 4 to 9. Pack of 20. read more

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A blend of deep purple and white, this large-flowering crocus mix is very early blooming, filling the early spring garden with a d...azzling color show! The cup-shaped, upward-facing blooms may only be 4 inches tall, but their beauty makes them stand out wherever theyre grown. Just provide sun and well-drained soil, and youll have a spring display that is truly breathtaking! Zones 4-7. read more

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Hibiscus syriacus Azurri Satin®, Cultivar Name: DVPazurri, PP#20,563. This seedless Rose of Sharon grows an even larger body with ...even bigger flowers. The rich blue single flowers are as big as dinner plates, and they arise on lush plants 6 feet wide and 8 to 12 feet tall! This thriller is sure to become the focal point of you whole garden. And because this cultivar is sterile, it will not take over your yard (and beyond) like other Hibiscus can. Azurri Satin® is a carefree joy youll want for the hot, sunny summer garden. Few shrubs are more heat- and humidity-tolerant than Hibiscus, which basks in temperatures that make others wilt and brown out! Give this shrub plenty of water and nonstop sunlight and youve got a bloom machine 5 months out of every year! The showy, tropical blooms are a powder blue with a crimson eye that bleeds outward. The stunning, gigantic blooms open from late summer until late fall, attracting attention for months. Even though this variety is seedless, it still produces enough nectar to attract plenty of butterflies! The alluring blooms are all the more impressive because they are borne high in the air on plants with a graceful, narrow habit. Azurri Satin ® is a great choice for a foundation planting, accent in the patio or other garden nook, or hedge. It makes a fine companion to Plum Fantasy, and a nice background planting to Dwarf Russian Sage and other low-growing shrubs, as well as colorful annuals and perennials of all description. No shrub is easier--this is one tough plant, untroubled by pests and disease and able to maintain itself through good weather and poor alike. Space these shrubs about 4 to 5 feet apart for a dense wall of showy color. Zones 5-9. read more

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The most exciting Grape Hyacinth to come along in years, Mt. Hood really does resemble a snow-capped mountaintop! White-tipped spi...res of bright blue open in mid-spring, complementing Daffodils and early-season Tulips alike with rich color and sweet fragrance! Just 6 to 8 inches tall, Mt. Hood is ideal as a groundcover, container choice, or garden accent for sun OR shade! This rapidly multiplying variety blooms year after year in any light from full sun to partial shade. Its dense spires of rich blue increaese each year as it colonizes. Ideal beneath trees and shrubs or among larger spring-blooming bulbs. Trouble-free, hardy everywhere, and a true treasure of spring! Space bulbs 4 to 6 inches apart. Zones 2-9. read more

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Creates a spectacular pool of blue! Rich violet-blue blooms are highlighted by orange accents. Try planting with Albus for even mo...re intense color! When most of us think of Crocus, we picture a dazzling early-spring bloom pushing its way through frosty ground. Yet this fall-blooming variety lingers so late in mild climates that it can almost greet its spring cousins at winters end! Hardy to -40?F, it is an easy-to-grow joy in gardens or containers. Zones 3-8. read more

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An instant classic from the moment it appeared, Sea Power is one Tall Bearded Iris that no garden (or gardener!) should be without.... It is the essence of the word iris, incorporating the rich blue color, sweet fragrance, and ruffled form found in the very best varieties. Winner of every major Iris award, it is a superb cut-flower but also looks so good on the plant you may not have the heart to bring it indoors! These huge blooms are simply breathtaking, with petals so perfectly, deeply ruffled they look as though they were done by hand! No other Tall Bearded can touch Sea Power for ruffles. And they are fragrant, their strong, sweet smell apparent even in small numbers in the vase. Sea Power is what is called a self Iris, meaning that its standards (upper petals) and falls (lower petals) are the same color. They stand tall on 38-inch-high plants, and make excellent cuts for the bouquet. Sea Power was introduced by noted Iris breeder Keith Keppel in 1999, and immediately began to rack up the honors. It started with a modest Honorable Mention from the American Iris Society in 2001. This was followed by the Societys top award -- the Award of Merit -- in 2003. Then it took the Wister in 2005 and, best of all, the Dykes Medal in 2006. Iris experts have no greater gifts to bestow on a variety! Sea Power comes by its beauty honestly: it is the offspring of Irises Yaquina Blue x Jazz Me Blue. Yaquina Blue has won top honors as well, and gives Sea Power its rich color. From Jazz Me Blue come the ruffles! Like all Tall Beardeds, Sea Power appears in late spring or early summer, depending on how far north you are and how sunny your weather is. It loves full sunshine everywhere but the deep South, and once established, its quite drought tolerant. Deer and rabbits and other nibbling creatures leave it alone, and its quite trouble-free, asking only to be divided into new plants every few years to keep the bloom strength up. The Tall Beardeds make wonderful companions to Daylilies in the border, usually beating them into bloom by just a few weeks, and often overlapping delightfully. You will admire this lovely cultivar for many years to come! Zones 3-8. read more

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Delightful old-fashioned favorites! Wood Hyacinths, also known as Spanish Bluebells, quickly form colonies of pretty, bell-shaped ...flowers on 10- to 15-inch open spikes, and will naturalize in the garden or woods. A fine companion to your late-blooming tulips, they thrive in sun or shade in most climates. Hardy from one end of the country to the other, Wood Hyacinths arise in pastel shades of pink and blue, plus clear white. Expect about a dozen nodding bells on every stem, lasting for several weeks thanks to their slightly waxy texture. This plant reaches just 6 inches high when not in bloom, but the flowering spikes can top 12 inches. Wood Hyacinth goes by many names. The current correct botanic name is Hyacinthoides hispanica, but you may also see them listed as Scilla campanulata and even Endymion hispanicus. Native to Spain, Portugal, and parts of northern Africa, they are ideal for naturalizing into large, lovely colonies in woodland gardens, sun and shade borders, and beneath deciduous trees. In most areas they appreciate a bit of shade in the summer heat, but they are famously adaptable. After Wood Hyacinths bloom, the foliage dies down, and by early summer it has either gone completely dormant or is looking quite bedraggled. Let it die back before you trim it or move the bulbs; it stores nutrients during the post-bloom period. Try planting Wood Hyacinths among Hostas, Ferns, Astilbes, and other leafy perennials to hide the fading foliage. It also does well in containers of all types. Enjoy this super-easy, versatile bulb! Zones 4 to 9. Pack of 20 bulbs. read more

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Light up your spring with flaming beauty! The fiery red-orange, heavily frilled corona of this exciting Dutch hybrid makes a brill...iant contrast to its pristine, snowy white perianth! Very large flowers -- about 4 inches across -- are well rounded, with beautifully overlapping petals. This is a heavy-blooming variety, with flowers held 18 to 20 inches high, well above the foliage. Plant generously in large clusters; blooms midseason. Zones 4 to 9. Pack of 10 bulbs. read more

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We know of no more beautiful way to welcome spring back into your garden than with this stunning blend of 3 premier Daffodil varie...ties! Welcoming Trumpets celebrates Natures easiest bulb with the ideal mix of solid white, solid yellow, and white-and-yellow, all sporting wide, clear perianths (outer petals) and a long, elegant trumpet! Eager to naturalize over the years in your garden, this blend is certain become the focal point of your landscape. Welcoming Trumpets contains premier Dutch bulbs, large and ready to establish in your sunny to partly shaded garden. Daffodils are perennial in hardiness zones 3 through 8, and over time they spread into larger and larger colonies. Give them well-worked, well-drained soil, and they will repay you with years of color. In this blend you get 3 varieties, all with the same height and bloom time. Expect the flowers to arise on stems about 16 inches high in early to mid-spring, depending on your climate. Sweetly fragrant, they fill the garden with the promise of another glorious growing season underway! The varieties in this collection are all trumpet daffodils, with a long, elegant central cup surrounded by wide outer petals called the perianth. Some will be solid white, others solid yellow, and still others both colors! Cut them for the vase or let them beautify the garden -- either way, the blooms will last for several weeks. When the flowers are spent, let their stems remain in the garden until they turn brown and fall over (this will take several weeks). During this post-flowering period, the bulb is actually storing all the nutrients it needs for another season of beauty. You may want to interplant your Daffodils with Daylilies, Irises, or other perennials to offer another season of color following the early spring triumph of the Daffodils! Welcoming Trumpets is an economical and utterly lovely investment in the long-term landscape. The planting you make this fall -- even of just a few bulbs -- will repay you richly in years to come. Daffodils are left alone by deer and other nibbling creatures, and generally very disease-free. And no plant is easier! Add this low maintenance display to the garden this season! Zones 3-8. read more

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Blended by hand! Just plant these bulbs and let nature take its course. Year after year, theyll increase in number, and youll enjo...y an ever-growing effect in fragrance and cheerful beauty. Our carefully selected Top-of-the-Line Daffodil Mix contains premium varieties chosen for their balance of color and long blooming season. Fifteen (or more!) different varieties run the gamut from whites, yellows, bicolors, and even pinks to bloom in early, mid-, and late season. Plant them in fields and along the edge of the woods to naturalize, or tuck them into a favorite spot in your garden. Whatever you do, plant lots! These quality bulbs produce at least 2 blooms each, so youll want plenty on hand. They make excellent cut flowers for bouquets, too, so you can spread their cheer indoors! Note: The varieties in this special mix are chosen for their ease of culture, rapid increase, and long life, and all are guaranteed to please. Zones 4-9. read more

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This fiery ember-colored climber is a guaranteed garden success, flowering profusely from early summer to late summer! The color s...tays true even in the hottest sun, its tropical orange tones overlaid with vibrant rose and red. It comes by its beauty honestly, descended from Dream Weaver? and Dynamite?. Very disease resistant, heat tolerant, and determined to flower freely all season, this climbing rose is an exotic and exciting addition to the landscape. Allow it to dress up a favorite trellis or arbor, or use its vigorous growth to cover up an unsightly fence or wall. Blaze of Glory reaches a mature size of 12 to 14 feet high and about 5 feet wide, covering itself with glossy, dark green foliage that keeps it attractive even when out of bloom. The 4-inch flowers open from pretty pointed, ovoid buds, displaying about 25 petals each and offering a light musk fragrance that only adds to their appeal. They appear in clusters, arising in flushes throughout their long bloom season. Plant in full sun in moist, well-drained soil. Remove spent flowers to encourage rebloom. Var: JACamite (PP#17,791). Zones 5-9. read more

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The rounded, double orange-and-yellow flowers of this exotic beauty may remind you of Gardenias! These 4-inch blooms on strong 16-...inch stems have won numerous prestigious awards in Europe, and arise in midseason. They add spectacular color and form to any Daffodil display, and are perfect for cutting! Tahiti offers deep yellow petals surrounding an orange-edged ruffled cup -- a completely unique look in the Daffodil family! The hot tropical colors and elaborate double-flowered form give this spring bloomer a tropical look that lives up to its name! Double Daffodils give you twice the color show! The magnificent double blooms of this mid- to late-spring bloomer are large, full, and rounded, yet have the great staying power and ability to naturalize for which Daffodils are so beloved. Make Tahiti part of your garden this season! Zones 4-8. Pack of 10. read more

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We are delighted to offer this Winter Thriller? Helleborus to gardeners this season! A brand-new color for the family, these 3-inc...h blooms sport creamy orange-apricot tones with red flecks and edges. They remain on this Lenten Rose for an astonishing 3 months or more, drying to an exquisite papery consistency. And as Mango Magic matures, its bloom strength increases, until it can sport 50 or more flowers at the height of its long season! Mango Magic is part of the Winter Thriller? series offered by Wayside Gardens alum Chris Hansen. Chris has been breeding Hellebores for more than 15 years, and his dedication has paid off with this high-performing, really exceptionally colorful series. Fully 3 inches wide, these flowers are suffused with color and remain on the plant for 12 weeks or more, from late winter into late spring in most climates. Incredible! This Hellebore should become a mainstay of your shade border. Its simply the easiest plant you can grow, and among the longest-lived, too. Because it is poisonous, pests keep their distance -- including hungry deer and nibbling rabbits. Disease-free and very vigorous, it offers large, evergreen foliage of deep green that looks good year-round. The blooms are large and nodding, held just above the foliage. Cut them at the top of the stem and float them in a bowl of water to show off their colorful interiors, or better yet, let them remain on the plant, decorating the shade garden during the final weeks of winter and well into spring. The blooms dry right on their stems, acquiring paler but no less interesting tones as they mature! We predict that Mango Magic may become your favorite shade perennial, and that the blooms will be standouts in your garden. The plant itself reaches 20 inches high and up to 24 inches wide in partial to full shade, tolerating a wide range of stressors from dry soil to poor fertility. Pamper it the first few seasons, make sure the soil drainage is good, and you will find it virtually maintenance-free! Zones 4-8. read more

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This evergreen sports velvety, mahogany-red blooms in great profusion: Up to 75 of these 3˝-inch flowers open on each mature plant..., creating a sea of beautiful wine-red color in your shady garden! Red Racer is part of the Winter Thriller? series of Hellebores, a group carefully selected and hand-bred by hybridizer Chris Hansen. The Winter Thrillers are known for their strong stems, outward-facing blooms, and, of course, their bloom time. The calling card of Lenten Rose is its unique ability to add color to the garden while most plants are still dormant, even covered in snow! Like all Helleborus, this mix requires some shade and appreciates evenly moist, well drained soil rich in organic matter. It will tolerate clay soil, and in the cooler zones it will tolerate more sun. Water frequently until the plants become established, after which they become more drought tolerant and only need constant moisture in exceptionally dry, hot weather. A year-round mulch helps to keep the roots moist. The evergreen foliage keeps its beauty all year, especially since it generally goes un-nibbled by pests like deer: an especially important quality if you intend to grow it in a wooded area! Helleborus readily seeds, slowly expanding its colorful shade empire. In the summer you should pull any of these seedlings that you do not want (these may not come true to their parentage), and transplant the rest into their permanent spots. Once established, Helleborus resent having their roots disturbed, so you should only divide them when necessary, and you should avoid division by spacing them properly in the first place. 3˝ Inch Container. Zones 4 to 8. read more

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There is no other Iris in the garden quite like Splatter Art! This broken color style bloom offers enormous -- 6 inches high and 6... inches wide! -- flowers of rich purple with streaming rays of white and a bright orange beard. When youre ready for a show-stopping cut-flower and garden standout, rely on this 2013 introduction. Splatter Art blooms in midseason on tall, very sturdy 38-inch-tall plants. Each bloom is as wide as it is high, with huge ruffled petals. The standards (the top petals, which face straight upwards) are pure lilac-purple, while the falls (the lower petals) are a darker violet broken by beautiful pencil-thin rays of white. One side of each fall is darker than the other, a completely unique effect in the Iris family. The blooms are subtly fragrant, their scent carried gently on garden breezes. And all the petals are delightfully ruffled, which just adds to their appeal! Like all Tall Beardeds, Splatter Art appears in late spring or early summer, depending on how far north you are and how sunny your weather is. It loves full sunshine everywhere but the deep South, and once established, its quite drought tolerant. Deer and rabbits and other nibbling creatures leave it alone, and its quite trouble-free, asking only to be divided into new plants every few years to keep the bloom strength up. The Tall Beardeds make wonderful companions to Daylilies in the border, usually beating them into bloom by just a few weeks, and often overlapping delightfully. You will admire this lovely cultivar for many years to come! Zones 3-8. read more

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Here it is: the showstopper for your Iris garden! Grand Canyon Sunset is a magnificent bicolor Tall Bearded Iris, introduced in 20...11 and immediately the recipient of an award from the American Iris Society. There is something about the warm gold and cool lavender-pink tones of these big blooms that suggests the cliffs and canyons of their namesake. Add these rich southwestern colors intro your sunny garden this season! Grand Canyon Sunset offers standards (the top petals that face straight upwards) of pure, rich gold, ruffled and beautiful, above falls (the lower petals) that combine a lavender-pink base with an edge of deep gold to apricot, with an apricot to burnt-orange underside. The beards (the tiny tongue between the standards and the falls) are bright orange, adding another tone to the multicolored beauty of the blooms. Theres simply no other flower in the garden like this Iris! And the best part is that Grand Canyon Sunset is very free-flowering. Each bud is double- or triple-socketed, meaning that 2 to 3 blooms arise from every one! And each flowering stem offers up to 10 buds! So you can expect several dozen flowers on every stem over the season of this Iris! If you love Tall Bearded Irises the way we do, you may be interested in Grand Canyon Sunsets parentage: Lovely Senorita x Millennium Sunrise. Both boasting extra-large blooms, these gorgeous varieties gave Grand Canyon Sunset a head start on beauty! Like all Tall Beardeds, Grand Canyon Sunset appears in late spring or early summer, depending on how far north you are and how sunny your weather is. It loves full sunshine everywhere but the deep South, and once established, its quite drought tolerant. Deer and rabbits and other nibbling creatures leave it alone, and its quite trouble-free, asking only to be divided into new plants every few years to keep the bloom strength up. The Tall Beardeds make wonderful companions to Daylilies in the border, usually beating them into bloom by just a few weeks, and often overlapping delightfully. You will admire this lovely cultivar for many years to come! Zones 3-8. read more

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Cheer up gloomy winter days with these fragrant, 3- to 4-inch flowerheads of white blooms on 16-inch stems. Extra-large flowering ...bulbs produce big, healthy blooms that can be forced to bloom anytime between Thanksgiving and Valentines Day! The perfect holiday gift for a gardening or flower-loving friend, Paperwhites (also known as Polyanthus Narcissus) grow easily in a dish filled with a layer of pebbles and just enough water to raise the humidity. Keep the bulbs in a cool, dry place prior to forcing. They store well, so you can begin growing them in succession every few weeks for nonstop indoor blooms all winter! Our top-size bulbs produce up to 18 blooms per spike, with a fantastically sweet scent that is particularly welcome in winters gloom. Do find a place for them in your home this season; they will quickly become an essential part of your winter decorating scheme! Also suitable for outdoor growth in zones 8 to 10. read more

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This elegant rose is the showpiece of the Vatican private garden and will gladly grace yours as well! Among the finest white roses... ever, it produces pure, luminous white, lavishly petaled 5-inch blossoms with a delightful fresh citrus fragrance. This exceptional hybrid tea has received top ratings for its powerful scent, vigorous growth, superior disease resistance, and perfect bloom form. These sparkling blooms unfurl from delightful pointed, ovoid buds, revealing up to 30 clean white petals. They arise in flushes throughout their early summer to late summer season, standing out brilliantly against the background of glossy, dark green, very disease-resistant foliage. The plants themselves reach a mature height of 4˝ to 5 feet and a width of 3˝ to 4 feet, so theyre ideal for a number of situations: beds, borders, cut gardens, even large patio containers. Plant in well-drained soil in full sun and water regularly, preferably in the morning. A layer of mulch during the summer months helps to retain moisture, keep roots cool, and discourage the growth of weeds. Prune hybrid tea roses to half height or 18-20 inches above the ground in early spring. Remove old canes and dead wood. Cut back canes that cross each other. Gardeners in warmer climates will want to cut the remaining canes by one-third, while those in colder climates will probably need to trim it a bit more. read more

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Accepted Royal Horticultural Society Name: Loveday. This Large-Cup Daffodil grows just one bloom per stem, but each is huge and go...rgeous, with frilly petals of lemon yellow and perfectly-formed trumpets of rich tangerine! Each bloom is like a ray of sunshine, adding a splash of warm color that will bring life to any drab bed, border, pathway, or woodland garden! Truly one of the most trouble-free perennials of all time, Narcissus (Daffodil) grows and multiplies wonderfully on its own, filling in large drifts with spring color all without any help from you! Famously resistant to disease and untroubled by pests, these dream perennials dont even need divided: just plant them in a well-drained soil with at least half a day of sunlight, and let them take it from there! Pack of 10 bulbs. Zones 3 to 8. read more

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