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Plant Patent #20,774. My, Empress Wu, how you have grown! This astonishing Hosta is more like a shrub than a perennial, with leave...s 18 inches wide and flowers fluttering on stems 5 feet tall! Shake up the shade garden with beautiful, eye-popping Empress Wu! Magnificently quilted and heart-shaped, the foliage on this Hosta-and-a-half is lovely from spring through fall, its texture and substance improving with each passing year. In midsummer it is topped by lavender flowers, but the real beauty is the foliage itself. Dense, many-layered, and symmetrical, it is a glorious sight in the partly shaded garden! Empress Wu would make a nice specimen (solitary) planting, but it will be even better as a standout in the shade border, behind all the smaller Hostas and other hardy ferns. Expect passersby to stop in their tracks when they see this behemoth! Named for the only female emperor of China, Empress Wu was bred by Brian and Virginia Skaggs. It is descended from H. Big John x H. Zanadu, but easily outdoes both parents in magnitude and beauty! Like all Hostas, Empress Wu is very easy to grow in any well-drained soil receiving some shade. Once established in your garden, it tolerates heat, humidity, cold, and even drought effortlessly. If you want to divide this plant, simply whack it into pieces in late winter or early spring. But if you leave it intact, it will grow in stature and beauty more quickly. Very long-lived, it will grace your garden for decades! Enjoy this splendid and unusual Hosta! Zones 3-9. read more

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Celebrating 100 years of gracing sunny gardens and elegant vases, Sarah Bernhardt is one of the classic Peonies that helped make t...his perennial a favorite from the foundation planting to the patio, the border to the vase! Gigantic 7- to 9-inch double blooms of luscious pink (occasionally flecked with raspberry) release an unforgettable fragrance, and the sun-loving plant is as easy to grow as a weed! Sarah Bernhardt begins flowering in early summer and continues for several weeks. This plant reaches 3 feet tall, a nice size for any setting from the foundation to the patio garden. Sarah Bernhardt was introduced in 1906 by the renowned French nursery Lemoine. It establishes readily in moisture-retentive, well-drained soil enriched with organics and receiving full sun to light shade. If you are new to the joy of Peonies, let me enumerate some of their merits! First, they are exceptionally carefree once established. One of the longest-lived perennials, a single plant can last for generations. Second, their phenol content makes them unappetizing to insects, rabbits, and even deer. Third, they offer 3 seasons of color: reddish spring foliage, bright late spring and early summer blooms; and bronze or purple fall tones. Fourth, they are equally suited for garden or vase, offering old-fashioned charm plus armloads of blooms. Very long-lived after cutting, the flowers can even be used as everlastings. Peonies are a nice garden bridge plant, looking something like a perennial and something like a shrub. Set 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, blue- and white-flowered perennials, flowering shrubs such as Azaleas, and ornamental grasses. Zones 3-8. read more

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Early in summer, 2 1/2- to 3-foot stems are topped by gigantic violet-pink flowerheads -- some fully 8 inches wide! This terrific ...Dutch hybrid blooms for up to 3 weeks, repeating more reliably than its cousin, Allium giganteum. Because its sterile, it puts all its energy into producing more flowers instead of making seeds -- and you reap the benefits! Ideal combined with low-growing, mounding perennials. Zones 4-8. read more

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Large, vividly colored 4- to 5-inch lavender-pink double flowers appear on leafless stems in mid-autumn on this splendid bulb. Kno...wn as Autumn Crocus, Colchicum delights with fall flowers, and Waterlily is a particularly beautiful double-flowered variety. Colchicum is an interesting bulb. You plant it in fall, but in spring the only thing you get is foliage! Long after youve forgotten about it, the flowers literally burst open overnight -- in autumn, just when the garden floor needs some color! No plant is easier to grow. You can force this bulb indoors by setting it on a bed of pebbles in a pan of shallow water, or plant it in the garden in autumn. Garden rodents and even deer will leave it alone -- the bulb is poisonous, and pests keep their distance! These bright rosy-pink double blooms reach 4 to 5 inches wide, packed with long, slender petals. The flowers really do resemble a waterlily! No Colchicum is more lovely. Tuck the bulbs into your garden this autumn, and prepare to be delighted (and surprised!) next fall! Zones 5-8. read more

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Synonym: Tricyrtis sinonome One of the most beautiful flowering perennials for the shade garden, this Toad Lily has been a popular... cut-flower in Japan for many years, and is now eager to grace your border and vases with its glorious blooms. Sinonome is easy to grow, very free-flowering, and long-lived, slowly spreading to fill in bare spots and create a large, lush planting that flowers in autumn. This moisture lover sets bright green leaves, slightly ribbed, to 4 inches long in symmetrical ladders on long, strong stems. These are topped with long, pointed violet buds in late summer, each opening to a wide-petaled 1-inch-wide flower of cream, burgundy, and white. Freckled, streaked, and washed with color, each flower is uniquely beautiful, and there are plenty of every stem of Sinonome! Expect this Toad Lily to reach 30 to 36 inches high in bloom, and to start out at about a foot wide, spreading to 2 feet within a season or two. Left alone by most pests and diseases (snails can be an issue; use the same remedies you do for your Hostas), all it asks is consistently moist soil and partial to full shade. Long-lived, slowly spreading, and almost unbelievably elegant, this is a perennial you must try in your choicest shady garden spots! Space these plants about 2 feet apart, or slightly closer together if you want more dense converage immediately. Plan for the long term with Sinonome -- it will live a long and beautiful life where happy in the garden, and your indoor arrangements as well as your shade border or woodland garden will be all the better for it! Zones 5-8. read more

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Fragrant, easy-as-pie, endlessly beautiful Hyacinth is just made for the task of filling your best vases and sunniest garden spots... with bold, long-lasting color and fresh sweet scent, and Eros is one of its loveliest varieties. This exceptional new double-flowered Hyacinth greets you in early to mid-spring with stunning pink blooms marked with lovely white edges! Growing about 10 inches high, they fill the air with their strong, sweet perfume, adding another layer of beauty to the garden. Easy to grow and versatile, Eros is ideal for everything from formal gardens to sprinkling among perennials beds to planting along walkways. Zones 4-9. read more

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Plant Patent #13,481. Well, weve all heard of reblooming Daylilies by now, but Romantic Returns introduces a new flowering pattern... -- continually blooming, where the flowers open regularly over a long summer season, instead of coming in little waves. These 5-inch, rosy-pink flowers will keep you in color for months, looking as full and fresh on their last day as they did on their first! Romantic Returns is the work of premier Daylily hybridizer Dr. Darrel Apps, who introduced the sensational reblooming Rosy Returns (which makes a great companion plant to Romantic Returns, blooming both before and afterwards!). About 25 buds arise on every flowering stem of this super-vigorous little sun-lover, so you can expect masses of soft, warm color for the perennial border, edging, landscaping, or accent plantings! Romantic Returns reaches about 26 inches tall and 24 to 30 inches wide. Like all Daylilies, it is exceptionally easy to grow, with a superb indifference to punishing heat, humidity, drought, and cold. Not fussy about soil type, it needs only a sunny spot with reasonably good drainage to flourish for many years! Space these plants about 2 feet apart. Hardy in zones 5 to 9. read more

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This truly unique daffodil features yellow, salmon-edged inner cups that lay in a delicate, intricately overlapped pattern, lookin...g as if they were carefully folded by an Origami master! The sophisticated blooms emit a delicate fragrance somewhat reminiscent of Hyacinth or Jasmine. A showstopping accent plant for the border or specimen planting, this naturalizing bulb will also grow effortlessly in landscapes, but its blooms are so distinctive and impressive that its primary use should be in the cutting garden! Add the delightful color and fragrance of Taurus to your vase this season, and it will delight you for many springs to come! 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 don?t 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 4 to 9. read more

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Daffodils are a worry-free garden classic, and Dear Love is one of the most gorgeous and impressive Daffodils ever grown. For a re...liable source of colorful blooms in the Spring, there is no better option than Dear Love! Bred by Grant Mitsch (who started hybridizing Daffodils in the 30s), this exceptional cultivar features the same beautiful large-cupped blooms of Accent, but now augmented with a gorgeous split corona! Intensely frilled and ruffled, this split corona takes on a peachy tone, accented by lemon yellow in the center and edged in a creamy white. 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 don?t 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 4 to 8. read more

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Eyecatching form and unusual color distinguish this magnificent Peony! One of a series from renowned American breeder Roy Klehm, i...ts Oriental style makes it the darling of florists and gardeners alike, while its heavy flower production and tough-as-nails hardiness earn it top honors among those who value carefree perennials! You will be amazed at the variation from flower to flower -- if not petal to petal! -- on a single plant. The blooms measure 5 to 6 inches across, with marvelously twisted, fluted, ruffled, and streaked petals surrounding a glowing mass of stamens. They are variously streaked, striped, blushed, and otherwise marked with every shade of pink from bubblegum to berry. Youll have plenty of time to enjoy all this color, too, because Twitterpated blooms profusely in mid-spring, and the flowers are as long-lasting in the garden as they are in the vase. And if you just cant bear to see them go, upend a few blooms after cutting, let them dry, and enjoy them for many more weeks as everlastings! Vigorous, rounded plants reach 32 inches tall and about 20 to 24 inches wide, so space them 2 to 2 1/2 feet apart if planting more than one. (Who could plant just one?) If this flower form appeals to you, consider planting it with its exotic cousin, Green Lotus. Or, to continue the blooms into summer, situate it in front of a stand of Asiatic Lilies such as Antarctica. The rich foliage of Twitterpated stays fresh all summer, nicely masking the dying foliage of the Lilies in late summer. Site Twitterpated in full sun, and feed heavily to encourage the heaviest bloom. It is hardy in zones 3-8. If you like Twitterpated, consider the merits of the colorful, varied herbaceous Peony family! 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. (Imagine a deer fence consisting entirely of rows of Peonies along the border of your property! Okay, it would be a little short, but what an impact!) 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 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 red and pink singles are best for this -- their color and petals outlast those of their paler, double cousins). 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. read more

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Since 1899 King Alfred has been the worlds best-loved Daffodil, and our selection is an improvement on the classic! 16 to 18 inche...s tall, vigorous, and better than ever with a 4-inch perianth. Single, early-spring blooms whose coronas (trumpets) are as long as or even longer than their perianths (petals). The all-time classic! Our high-quality bulbs each produce at least two strong flower stems--providing immediate satisfaction the first year and even more as they increase over the years. Plant about 5 bulbs per square foot. Great for forcing. Zones 3-8. read more

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One of the darkest, reddest peonies ever grown! Armani boasts satiny red blooms that are fully double, the intricately ruffled pet...als creating a tasteful, sophisticated look. The stylish blooms make incomparable cutflowers, and this long-lived, trouble-free plant is at home in most beds, borders, or foundation plantings. Easy and not picky about soil, just give Armani a sunny spot, keep the soil moist but well-drained, and enjoy decades of garden beauty! If you are new to the joy of Peonies, let us enumerate some of their merits! First, they are exceptionally carefree once established. One of the longest-lived perennials, a single plant can last for generations. Second, their phenol content makes them unappetizing to insects, rabbits, and even deer. Third, they offer 3 seasons of color: reddish spring foliage, bright late spring and early summer blooms; and bronze or purple fall tones. Fourth, they are equally suited for garden or vase, offering old-fashioned charm plus armloads of blooms. Very long-lived after cutting, the flowers can even be used as everlastings. Peonies are a nice garden bridge plant, looking something like a perennial and something like a shrub. Set 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, blue- and white-flowered perennials, flowering shrubs such as Azaleas, and ornamental grasses. Bareroot 3/5 Eye. Zones 3 to 9. read more

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A new color for the magnificent Clementine series! These big, double-flowered, blooms hold their heads up high over a long mid-spr...ing through midsummer season. They open a dark, rich shade of salmon, then gradually mature to a softer lavender-purple. A fully-blooming plant contains half a dozen or more differing hues, for a lovely display over a long season. The Clementine series is the most floriferous Columbine we have ever grown, and it deserves a place of honor (and a large planting!) in your partly shaded garden this season. Self-sowing freely, this plant is unpalatable to rabbits and deer, and asks only for an autumn shearing to return bushier and more bloom-happy than before. A magnet for butterflies and hummingbirds, it is a cutflower lovers dream. Clementine Salmon Rose is one of those hybrids that, when introduced, puts all previous varieties to shame with its improved habit, abundant flowering, bright colors, and ease of care. Enjoy! Zones 3-9. read more

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One of the most beautiful color combinations in the Peony family, Sorbet brings soft, luscious tones to the late spring garden. Th...ese blooms are 5 inches wide and tall, with 3 distinct layers of pastel color. Ideal for cutting (they are very long-lasting), they arise heavily on compact plants. Sorbet blooms in midseason, late spring to early summer in most climates, on plants just 3 feet tall and 2 1/2 feet wide. Well-branched but never sprawling, the plant is quite hardy, standing up to adverse weather nicely, and its flowers are absolutely showstopping in any setting, from the border to an accent planting. Peonies are such all-around top garden performers! 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. 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 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 tinged with bronze or purple. 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 dried for use as everlastings. 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. Sorbet is hardy in zones 3-8. read more

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Heres a cold-tolerant, low-maintenance, hardworking Peony you just wont be able to resist! Santa Fe boasts an unusual combination ...of colors ? fuchsia on the outer petals, creamy white within ? and a heavy midseason bloom, making it indispensable to Peony fans and cutflower lovers! These large flowers have a sculpted look, so beautifully are the cupped petals held. They last a long time in the vase, and begin blooming about the middle of Peony season ? late spring or early summer, depending upon how far north you are! Cut all you like for indoor arrangements, but save a few for the garden, where theyre eye-catching from across the street! Santa Fe is a low-growing, bushy little plant, just a bit over 2 feet tall and no wider than 3 feet. It tolerates just about any well-drained garden soil, and is tolerant through zone 2 in the north ? surprisingly tough and adaptable for one so petite! Space plants about 3 feet apart in full sun (for best flowering) or light shade. Zones 2-7. read more

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(Heirloom 1889) Most of the tricks garden plants play on us are disappointing, so Magic Lilys dramatic, overnight late-summer bloo...m is all the more welcome! One of the stars of the sunny garden, this reliable performer puts on the final show of the season, offering large, bold trumpets of rosy-pink just as the bright annuals and perennials are fading! The glossy early-spring foliage passes and dies back weeks or even months before the blooms appear, and you may have forgotten all about them (or reluctantly chalked up a garden failure!) when suddenly, almost literally overnight, the blooms open atop thick, leafless stems! The 2 1/2-foot stalks are a useful size for the border or bed ? not tall enough to need staking, yet definitely a stately presence. The blooms are 2 to 3 inches across, their long petals bent back a bit to reveal a golden throat and prominent russet anthers. Long-lasting and quite abundant, they look too good to be true, but require nothing from you except admiration! Their pink cast led to the common name of Naked Ladies, but they are also called the Resurrection Lily. Of course, it turns out that they arent lilies at all (that would be too easy!), but a member of the Amaryllis family. The original plant and forget bulb, Magic Lily asks only full sun and reasonably well-drained soil. Does not bloom the first year. Hardy in zones 5-10. read more

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The rounded, creamy apricot blooms are softly ruffled and edged in mauve for a romantic effect that will make your border feel lik...e a slice of old Paris! Introduced by Keith Keppel, this child of Balderdash and Last Laugh received an Honorable Mention in 2008 and an Award of Merit in 2010 from the American Iris Society. This flower is known as a plicata style, meaning that it boasts an edge along the lower petals (the falls). Many Tall Beardeds are plicatas, but few achieve an effect as striking as these soft purple, deeply ruffled margins, which complement beautifully the soft orange of the style arms. Parisian Dawn appears in mid to late Spring, depending on how far north you are and how sunny your weather is. Like other Tall Beardededs, it loves full sunshine everywhere but the deep South, and once established it becomes quite drought tolerant. Deer, 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 to 9. read more

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The name says it all -- this Peony offers an intensely rich, sweet scent so magnificent it could make a rose green with envy! Gian...t double blooms last more than a week, releasing their irresistible fragrance generously in garden or vase. Find a sunny spot for this compact plant, and enjoy season after season of unparalleled fragrance! Beginning in late spring and extending into summer, this plant sets enormous 7-inch blooms packed with soft pink to cream petals. Cut the blooms just as they begin to open and they will last 10 days or so in the vase; they can also be refrigerated for several weeks to extend Peony season well into summer. Or you may just have to leave them on the plant, where they will generously perfume the entire garden! Edens Perfume reaches 30 inches high and up to 3 feet wide, thriving in any well-drained soil. Peonies are famously easy to grow (the pioneers transplanted them from their northeastern gardens into the unplowed soil of the west, after carrying the plants for months in covered wagons!). Give them a season to find their feet in your garden, and then sit back and enjoy the show, which will increase in size and beauty with each passing year. These blooms are in the bomb style of Peony, very elegant and packed with petals. They combine beautifully with darker red and pure white Peonies, and are the best friend of the rose. Planting a Peony is truly a legacy, for its blooms will be enjoyed for many years to come. Zones 2-8. read more

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Five to six golden-yellow blooms per head, shining brilliantly on 12-inch stems. After the flowers, grassy foliage arises and stay...s attractive all winter. Prefers wet winters and hot, dry summers. Just as summer color vanishes, this elegant member of the Amaryllis family arrives to rejuvenate the garden! With lovely trumpet-shaped, plentiful blooms, Lycoris thrives in sunny spots with good drainage: just plant and forget! Zones 7-10. read more

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This lovely Peony was introduced in 1951 by C. G. Klehm, and it is still the white Peony to beat! Vigorous and early blooming, it ...sets some of the largest (up to 8 wide) and prettiest white blooms in the Peony family: lush and fully double, these ivory flowers seem lit from the center by a golden glow! If you are new to the joy of Peonies, let us enumerate some of their merits! First, they are exceptionally carefree once established. One of the longest-lived perennials, a single plant can last for generations! Second, their phenol content makes them unappetizing to insects, rabbits, and even deer. Third, they offer 3 seasons of color: reddish spring foliage, bright late spring and early summer blooms; and bronze or purple fall tones. Fourth, they are equally suited for garden or vase, offering old-fashioned charm plus armloads of blooms. Very long-lived after cutting, the flowers can even be used as everlastings. Peonies are a nice garden bridge plant, looking something like a perennial and something like a shrub. Set 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, blue- and white-flowered perennials, flowering shrubs such as Azaleas, and ornamental grasses. Plant this perennial delight in well-drained soil in full sun. When planting more than one, place them 3 to 4 feet apart. If you live in a climate with severe winter weather, make sure the eyes are 1 to 2 inches below the surface of the soil (and top with mulch). In warmer areas, cover with an inch of soil and mulch lightly for winter. Park Seeds Peonies are sold in Bareroot form with at least 3 to 5 growing eyes. Zones 3 to 8. read more

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Bred by Klehm in 1994, this daylily is a blooming force in the garden, the huge 5½ blooms looking resplendent with their lavender ...sepals, white stripes, and lime throats! Impervious to heat, humidity, drought, cold, deer, poor soil, and most pests and diseases, Hemerocallis are among the most adaptable of all perennials. They make fine companions to Narcissus, the strap-like foliage concealing the dying Daffodil foliage, and also combine beautifully with Tall Bearded Iris, which bloom just before them, in most climates. New Lavender Triumph is a tetraploid, meaning it has twice the chromosomes of traditional (diploid) daylilies. This is significant for several reasons. First, it gives the plant greater vigor, resulting in larger, brighter, more substantial blooms that repeat in late summer after a heavy early season flush. Second, it increases the growth potential of the plant, helping it stand up to adversity and send out new flowering stems quicker than older varieties. Third, it takes off more quickly in spring and then goes totally dormant in winter, making maintenance a breeze! Like other Daylilies, it thrives in a wide range of soils, light, and environments. Give it a good start in life with well-drained, enriched soil and plenty of moisture, and it will establish quickly and take off! Few plants are easier. Make your garden a Triumph with this New Lavender Daylily! Bareroot. Zones 3 to 9. read more

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Your garden will become an enchanting scene in mid-Spring when this Daylily opens its ruffled amethyst blooms to reveal striking l...emon-yellow throats! Magic Amethyst is very fragrant and very floriferous, with 4-way branching that can lead to 20-25 buds per plant, creating a dazzling array of color and fragrance that reblooms continuously for months! Grow it by your porch, patio, or kitchen window, and this Early Morning Opener can flash its magical smile at you every morning! Magic Amethyst is a dormant tetraploid, meaning it has twice the chromosomes of traditional (diploid) daylilies and it dies back in the fall. This is advantageous for several reasons. First, it gives the plant greater vigor, resulting in larger, brighter, more substantial blooms that repeat in mid summer after a heavy early season flush. Second, it increases the growth potential of the plant, helping it stand up to adversity and send out new flowering stems quicker than older varieties. Third, it takes off more quickly in spring and then goes totally dormant in winter, making maintenance a breeze! Like other Daylilies, Magic Amethyst thrives in a wide range of soils, light, and environments. Give it a good start in life with well-drained, enriched soil and plenty of moisture, and it will establish quickly and take off! Plant it in your garden this season, and it will put its spell on you for years to come! Bareroot. Zones 3 to 9. read more

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Talk about flower power! If theres a brighter, more petal-packed, or outright scene-stealing Amaryllis around, I have yet to find ...it! These fully double blooms of blazing scarlet measure a whopping 8 inches across, so laden with color and long-lasting texture that youd better plan for a winter-long display of riches! Red Peacock brought down the house at the renowned Breezand bulb show, walking away with the honors. Every stem of this vigorous bulb bears 4 stunning blooms, their color almost incandescent! Like all our Amaryllis, Red Peacock can be grown at any time of year -- just pot it up 6 to 8 weeks before the date you want it to begin blooming! The flowers are very long-lasting -- several weeks is common, or up to a week if cut for the vase -- and trouble-free. To get years of color from your Amaryllis keep about 1/3 to 2/3 of the bulb exposed above the soil, and water it in thoroughly. Unless the soil looks dry, you should not water it again until green shoots appear. When the first growth appears, move the plant into a sunny spot and keep it very well-watered until it blooms. Once the blooms open, move it out of direct sunlight to prolong the life of the flowers. After the blooms (finally) pass, trim their stems down to a few inches, place the pot back in a sunny spot, and keep watering and feeding it until the leaves turn yellow. (Most Amaryllis remain green for months, their deeply colored, strap-like foliage an attractive addition to the home or office.) When the foliage dies back, remove the plant from sun, stop watering, and keep the bulb potted up in a dry, cool place. Let it rest for at least 10 weeks before beginning the color show all over again! If you do re-pot you bulb (which you probably should every 3 to 5 years), you may notice small bulbils growing along the edges of the main bulb. These may be left alone or potted separately and grown as new plants (though they will take several years to reach mature size, of course). If you live in a tropical climate (zones 9-10), Amaryllis will grow like Topsy in your garden. Plant the bulbs about 8 inches deep, spacing 6 to 8 inches between plants. Fertilize the soil about 3 weeks after planting. Blooms appear in mid- to late winter. Bulb size 26/28. read more

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This rapidly multiplying variety blooms with the Daffodils year after year. Its dense spires of rich blue thrive in both sun and s...hade, and the fragrance grows with each passing spring, as it spreads to form ever larger colonies. Ideal beneath trees and shrubs or among larger spring-blooming bulbs. 6 to 8 inches tall. Trouble-free, hardy everywhere, and a true treasure of spring! Zones 3-8. read more

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This exceptional and cold-hardy variety is from the fabled bulb market in Holland. It blooms in mid season, opening striped, cream...y bombs that stretch out to vibrant flamingo-pink outer petals. The delightful apricot centers are also deliciously fragrant! Like all peonies, Lady Liberty is carefree and long-lived, standing as a beacon in your garden for generations! Their glorious reign even goes unchallenged by pests (insect and furry alike) thanks to their high phenol content. Use this gorgeous variety as a bridge plant, with a size in between a perennial and a shrub, making it perfect for the middle of the border or for making an impressive display in a small space. And these fluffy bicolor blooms will make a breathtaking addition to cutflower or everlasting arrangements! Site Lady Liberty in well-drained soil in full sun. When planting more than one, place them 3 to 4 feet apart. If you live in a climate with severe winter weather, make sure the eyes are 1 to 2 inches below the surface of the soil (and top with mulch). In warmer areas, cover with an inch of soil and mulch lightly for winter. All of Park Seeds Bareroot Peonies are well-established, with 3 to 5 growing eyes. Zones 3 to 8. read more

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For years the Holy Grail of serious gardeners, this Itoh Hybrid from master breeder Roger Anderson sold for more than $1,000 a div...ision as late as 1999, but today is mercifully much more affordable! Yet no other Peony has surpassed it for beauty, fragrance, or sheer flower power, and we doubt any will. With blooms measuring 9 inches across, fully double and redolent of zesty lemon, this Peony would be remarkable even if it didnt have the vigor to produce more than 80 flowers a season on a single plant. The flowers are simply magnificent, whorled like a rose but far longer-lasting and much larger. The outer layers are a creamy meringue, becoming more richly yellow toward the center, where hints of a red base (the flares characteristic of Tree Peonies) are visible as the bloom unfolds to its fullest extent. Absolutely superior to others as a cut-flower, they last for several weeks in the vase, their scent remaining as fresh and enticing as their petals. A single plant will perfume the garden and keep your vases full . . . but at this very special pricing, who would plant just one? Bartzella is an intersectional or Itoh hybrid, a very special class of Peonies with parentage from both Tree and Herbaceous species. Blooming in between the Tree Peonies and their Herbaceous cousins, Bartzella offers a range of superior traits: shrubby habit, fragrance, luscious bloom color and larger bloom size, excellent resistance to Peony Blight, tolerance of heat, humidity, cold, and poor soil, and extended bloom season. This plant reaches about 3 feet high and wide in sun or light shade. It is untroubled by rabbits or deer, and is quite long-lived, blooming dependably for decades. Peonies are very slow to propagate (hence their high price) but are quite low maintenance once planted in the garden. They flower in late spring or early summer, and often need plant supports to hold up their bounty of huge blooms. Although most frequently used as a cutflower, they are a delightful garden presence as well, the flowers holding for weeks. Discover the joy of this old-fashioned flower with modern vigor, longevity, and bloom strength! And please reserve your Bartzella early. At this price, it will not see out the season! Zones 3-8. read more

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We believe that Contrast in Styles is far and away the most beautifully patterned Siberian Iris ever developed! These blooms measu...re up to 5 inches wide, with standards of rich plum-purple, blue styles, and flaring falls that feature bold white and yellow signals with purple veins against a violet background. Arising in early summer in most climates, these flowers are set on very sturdy stems among arching, slender foliage. Disease-resistant and attractive, Contrast in Styles looks good even out of bloom, but there is nothing to compare to the show these huge blooms are prepared to launch each year! Unappetizing to nibbling deer and rabbits, Contrast in Styles stands 28 to 34 inches high and gradually spreads over time, needing division (very easy to do!) every few years to maintain its superior flower production. These blooms are more than just pretty faces: they provide nectar for hummingbirds. Contrast in Styles makes a fine waterside planting as well as a border standout in any moist, well-drained garden soil. A dramatic addition to the Iris garden! Zones 3-9. read more

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Astonishing flower size and double the petal count -- there is no doubt that Marquis lives up to its name with its regal demeanor ...and glorious presentation! This double-flowered creamy white Amaryllis complements all other colors, lasts a very long time, and becomes the natural centerpiece of any indoor winter color display. Borne on very thick, strong stems, these blooms open magnificently with just a hint of pale green at the center, enclosed by layers of soft ivory-white. The color and form of the blooms may remind you of Gardenia in its gentle curves and hint of cream. And unlike many double-flowered varieties, Marquis has tremendous staying power, blooming beautifully for weeks on stems that top 18 inches high. Consider it an essential part of your winter decor! Grow Amaryllis any time of year - just pot the bulbs 6 to 8 weeks before the date you want it to begin blooming! Plant your bulb in a 6- to 8-inch pot or space closer if planting more than one together. Keep about 1/3 to 2/3 of the bulb exposed above the soil, and water it in thoroughly. Unless the soil looks dry, you should not water it again until green shoots appear. When the first growth appears, move the plant into a sunny spot and keep it well-watered until it blooms. Once the blooms open, move it out of direct sunlight to prolong the life of the flowers. After the blooms pass, place the pot back in a sunny spot and keep watering and feeding it until the leaves turn yellow. (Most Amaryllis remain green for months, their deeply colored, strap-like foliage an attractive addition to the home or office.) When the foliage dies back, stop watering and keep the bulb potted up in a dry, cool place. Let it rest for at least 10 weeks before beginning the process all over again, and re-pot bulbs every 3 to 5 years to keep flowering at a peak. If you live in a mild climate, Amaryllis will grow beautifully in your garden. Plant the bulbs about 8 inches deep, spacing 6 to 8 inches between plants. Fertilize the soil about 3 weeks after planting. Our top-size bulbs are certain to bloom heavily for many years. Zones 10-11. read more

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Native to the rainforests of Brazil, this very rare Amaryllis is among the most distinctive and highly sought varieties in the wor...ld. Commonly known as the butterfly Amaryllis (Papillio is French for butterfly), this species is revered for its orchid-like blooms, with hypnotic rosy eyes drawing you in to stare at the creamy green petals, each elegantly pinstriped from base to tip with burgundy streaks. The two dominant petals are not unlike a butterfly?s wings! Like most Amaryllis, Papillio is a temperennial, meaning that it is perennial only in the warmest climates. In Zones 9, 10, and 11 this Amaryllis will thrive planted right in the garden, blooming in mid spring. But for most of the US it is not cold hardy and should be grown in a container. On the patio, enjoy Papillios bloom show outdoors, then when evening temperatures start to dip in the fall, bring it indoors to go through its dormancy. Keep it in a cool, dark, and dry place until next spring when all threat of frost has passed. Alternately, you can keep Papillio indoors all year as a houseplant, which has the advantage that it allows you to force its bloomtime, producing exquisite tropical flowers through the dead of winter! To achieve this, put the plant in a south-facing window around October and begin watering it. The bloom show will dazzle you over the winter months. After the blooms are spent, the foliage will continue to gather energy for next year. Wait until the leaves naturally flop, which means the plant is going dormant, then trim back the foliage and stow away the bulb until next Fall! Papillio is a slow and steady Amaryllis. For the first year or two it may not bloom at all, and when it does it tends to be later in the season than other Amaryllis. Once it becomes established, though, you will see that the wait is well worth it! Growing larger and more impressive each year, once mature this Amaryllis reliably sets 4 to 6 stunning blooms, each perfectly patterned and over 6 inches wide! Zones 9 to 11. Bulb size is 24/26. Note: Amaryllis are toxic if ingested, so keep pets and children away from them. read more

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Representing the best of new breeding, Bogota is an elegant and unusual Amaryllis, its long, slender petals widely spaced and recu...rved to display long stamens and flashes of green on the reverse. Make it the centerpiece of your indoor holiday garden this season! The scarlet petals are perfectly sculpted, their charmingly curved tips revealing streaks of green among the red on the undersides. Very long-lasting, they offer a turks cap look to the traditional Amaryllis display, combining well with other spider-flowered as well as more traditional Hippeastrum varieties. The stems are sturdy as well, reaching 18 to 24 inches long and prepared for the many weeks of bloom from every bud! Grow Amaryllis any time of year - just pot the bulbs 6 to 8 weeks before the date you want it to begin blooming! Plant your bulb in a 6- to 8-inch pot or space closer if planting more than one together. Keep about 1/3 to 2/3 of the bulb exposed above the soil, and water it in thoroughly. Unless the soil looks dry, you should not water it again until green shoots appear. When the first growth appears, move the plant into a sunny spot and keep it well-watered until it blooms. Once the blooms open, move it out of direct sunlight to prolong the life of the flowers. After the blooms pass, place the pot back in a sunny spot and keep watering and feeding it until the leaves turn yellow. (Most Amaryllis remain green for months, their deeply colored, strap-like foliage an attractive addition to the home or office.) When the foliage dies back, stop watering and keep the bulb potted up in a dry, cool place. Let it rest for at least 10 weeks before beginning the process all over again, and re-pot bulbs every 3 to 5 years to keep flowering at a peak. If you live in a mild climate, Amaryllis will grow beautifully in your garden. Plant the bulbs about 8 inches deep, spacing 6 to 8 inches between plants. Fertilize the soil about 3 weeks after planting. Our top-size bulbs are certain to bloom heavily for many years. Zones 10-11. read more

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This soft pink version of the popular Roaslie Amaryllis is even more enchanting: creamy white highlights trail down the soft pink ...tepals, drawing your eye to the muted lime green throat. Just one of these large, lovely blooms will brighten any room (or garden), but luckily you can expect 2 or 3 flower scapes from each floriferous plant. Grow Amaryllis any time of year - just pot the bulbs 6 to 8 weeks before the date you want it to begin blooming! Plant your bulb in a 6- to 8-inch pot or space closer if planting more than one together. Keep about 1/3 to 2/3 of the bulb exposed above the soil, and water it in thoroughly. Unless the soil looks dry, you should not water it again until green shoots appear. When the first growth appears, move the plant into a sunny spot and keep it well-watered until it blooms. Once the blooms open, move it out of direct sunlight to prolong the life of the flowers. After the blooms pass, place the pot back in a sunny spot and keep watering and feeding it until the leaves turn yellow. (Most Amaryllis remain green for months, their deeply colored, strap-like foliage an attractive addition to the home or office.) When the foliage dies back, stop watering and keep the bulb potted up in a dry, cool place. Let it rest for at least 10 weeks before beginning the process all over again, and re-pot bulbs every 3 to 5 years to keep flowering at a peak. If you live in a mild climate, Amaryllis will grow beautifully in your garden. Plant the bulbs about 8 inches deep, spacing 6 to 8 inches between plants. Fertilize the soil about 3 weeks after planting. Our top-size bulbs are certain to bloom heavily for many years. While Amaryllis are notoriously tender, this Dutch hybrid has enhanced hardiness, and can be grown up to Zone 8 with appropriate winter protection. Zones 8 to 11. read more

Burpee
$19.95
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Large, flavorful berries in mid- to late summer. Midsummer sweetness. Polana yields a plethora of large, sweet, succulent berries ...on manageable plants. Now you can enjoy fresh raspberries much of the summer, before the fall raspberries arrive. Berries are large and flavorful, and the canes produce an abundance of fruit. read more

Burpee
$15.95
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Bumper crop of incredibly luscious gourmet raspberries. Bushy, easy to manage thornless bush with spinefree canes produces a bumpe...r crop of incredibly luscious gourmet raspberries. Berry plants are self-fruitful, so a single plant will supply ample fruit from early to late summer. Plenty of berries for fresh eating, jams, and sorbet. Glencoe?s plants are compact enough to be grown in a 15" diameter pot. Full sun. read more

Burpee
$10.95
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Wonderful in the perennial border and perfect for rain gardens, this cardinal flower is sure to impress with its dramatic, dark ch...ocolate to purple foliage and bold red flowers. 'Black Truffle' holds this deep color throughout the growing season. A magnet for hummingbirds and butterflies all summer, and deer resistant. read more

Burpee
$15.95
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Color bare spots in full sun with these three showy sedums. Deer resistant and easy to grow. Turn problem spots in the garden into... beds of sparkling salmon, blue-green and yellow. These dense-growing sedums carry rosettes of small, spongy leaves that can stand up to deer, drought and direct sun. Use in well-drained containers as fillers, in rock gardens and as edgings along sunny pathways. Expect clusters of small, starry flowers in spring. Includes one plant each of Oracle, Coral Carpet and Weihenstephaner Gold. read more

Burpee
$9.95
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Durable and fast-growing carpet, with soft masses of extra fine leaves. Try these flat cushions of dense, moss-green for edging mo...ist, shady nooks in the garden. Only 1-inch tall, but very fast spreading, with plenty of tiny white flowers in springtime. Easy to maintain, but keep moist during dry spells. Very hardy and deer resistant. read more

Nearly Natural
$53.99 $65.99
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This combination is simply breathtaking. Picture a beautiful Orchid, it's slim stem gently curving, giving way to soft blooms. Now... imagine a base of multihued succulents of varying shapes and textures. Now put all of this together in a beautiful whitewash planter, and you have a real winner. Best of all, it'll stay beautiful year after year, with nary a drop of water. This beauty will brighten any décor, home or office, and is the ideal gift for that hard to buy for person. Features: Beautiful phalaenopsis orchid Base of interesting succulents Comes with a gorgeous whitewash planter One of the Nearly Natural best combinations Perfect for home or office Nearly Natural collection Note:Product may ship compressed - Primping of branches or leaves may be required to match the image shown. Show Additional Info Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 21 Inches Overall Width - Side to Side: 13 Inches Overall Depth - Front to Back: 10 Inches Overall Product Weight: 3.5 Pounds read more

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Whimsical tomato-shaped serving bowl flaunts its organic curves in luscious red. Lift the lid from its green-stemmed handle to ser...ve soups, casseroles or salads. Handcrafted and painted bowl has a time-honored look that makes for enlightened entertaining as well as inspired decorating as a prized collectible.Tomato Serving Bowl with Lid. 12" dia. x 7.5"H Handcrafted Porcelain Hand wash Food safe Do not use in microwave or oven Made in Portugal Overall DimensionsHeight: 7.5" Diameter: 12" read more

Nearly Natural
$58.06 $99.00
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If you love color, then this is the plant for you. Blossoming at 29? tall, this spectacular Spider Mum will catch the attention of... anyone who walks into the room. With rich, warm colors emanating from every flower petal, and surrounding, vibrant leaves, this is truly an amazing arrangement. Complimented by a sensational two-tone urn, this is a Spider Mum you won't mind being caught by. Features: Plant material: Silk Will catch the attention of anyone who sees it Includes a sensational two-toned urn Add a touch of color to your decor Note:Product may ship compressed - Primping of branches or leaves may be required to match the image shown. Show Additional Info Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 29 Inches Overall Width - Side to Side: 23 Inches Overall Depth - Front to Back: 23 Inches Overall Product Weight: 5 Pounds read more

Nearly Natural
$52.25 $72.00
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Truly a timeless classic that generates feelings of beauty and elegance, the pure blooms of this Spathyfillum Mix will look absolu...tely fantastic whether you buy one, or more. Its enduring beauty will last for years to come without any need for watering. br/> Features: Plant material: Silk Generate feelings of beauty and elegance Absolutely fantastic pure blooms Enduring beauty that will last for years to come Note:Product may ship compressed - Primping of branches or leaves may be required to match the image shown. Show Additional Info Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 29 Inches Overall Width - Side to Side: 25 Inches Overall Depth - Front to Back: 22 Inches Overall Product Weight: 2.5 Pounds read more

All State Floral
$95.50 $109.00
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Features: Orchid plant Comes with ceramic bowl and orchid leaves Color: Green and Purple Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Botto...m: 14 Inches Overall Product Weight: 6.5 Pounds Special Offer: 12 Issues of All You Magazine Included with your purchase - a $20 value (Subscription and Rebate Info) read more

Nearly Natural
$34.30 $59.00
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Beautiful and intriguing at the same time, this Gloxinia will both please the eye, and fill the imagination as well. One look at t...he combination of leaves, blooms, and stems, and you'll wonder how nature got it so right (or perhaps it's visiting us from the planet Natura!) Features: Plant material: Silk Beautiful and intriguing at the same time Will please the eye and fill the imagination No watering or maintenance needed Note:Product may ship compressed - Primping of branches or leaves may be required to match the image shown. Show Additional Info Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 12 Inches Overall Width - Side to Side: 13 Inches Overall Depth - Front to Back: 11 Inches Overall Product Weight: 2 Pounds read more

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Woody bagobago vines weave rustic refinement for tabletop, kitchen island or hearth. Handwoven square basket present foods or deco...rative objects.Hearth Cracker Basket. 8.5"Wx8.5"Dx3.5"H 100% bagobago vine Handwoven Non-toxic clear lacquer finish Food safe Do not soak in water Clean with a dry cloth Made in The Philippines Overall DimensionsWidth: 8.5" Depth: 8.5" Height: 3.5" read more

Wayside Gardens
$14.95 $22.95
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Plant Patent Applied For. The Double Take? series of Flowering Quinces features fully double, downy soft blooms that open in early... spring, before the foliage. As full and bright as Camellias, the exquisite orange 2-inch blooms of Orange Storm stand out magnificently in the early-season garden. Compact shrubs set no fruit, expending all their energy on large, radiant flowers. Developed by NCSU Extension Service, these are the brightest and most beautiful Chaenomeles cultivars we have ever grown. Zones 5-8. read more

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This dense-growing evergreen shrub is ideal as a stand-alone accent or in a hedge, if several are placed in a row, where they can ...serve as a privacy screen or beautiful sound-absorbing barrier. Its large 4-inch trusses of brilliantly pink flowers make a bold but elegant statement in the late spring garden, attracting butterflies and hummingbirds and mixing well with other bloom and foliage colors. Anna Rose Whitney grows to 5 to 7 feet high and wide and prefers cooler regions, but protection from winter wind is recommended. This eye-catching, deer-resistant Rhodie performs best in acidic soils and is quite at home under the canopies of conifers and around woodland home sites. Needing an area of partial shade, it is great for blending into pre-existing wooden environments. Provide well-drained, organically rich soil, and follow a regular watering schedule during the first growing season to allow it to establish a deep root system. Apply a thick layer of mulch to keep the roots cool, and feed it with an acidic fertilizer after blooming. Prune in spring after flowering. Zones 4-7. read more

Deroma
$24.63 $28.98
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The Deroma 11.8 in. Plastic Samba Raspberry Planter offers a vibrant and fun addition to your home or patio. This durable plastic ...planter is light-weight and UV resistant. It is perfect for showcasing your favorite indoor or outdoor plants. Durable plastic material is light-weight and recyclable Pre-marked to self drill drainage holes Saucer helps to eliminate cleanup due to excess watering Planter is both UV and frost resistant You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to view PDF documents. Download a free copy from the Adobe Web site. SPECIFICATIONS Assembled Depth (in.) 11.8 in Assembled Height (in.) 11.8 in Assembled Width (in.) 11.8 in Color Family Red Container Length (in.) 11.8 Container depth (in.) 11.8 Container height (in.) 11.8 Container width (in.) 11.8 Drainage Holes No Fixture Color/Finish Family Solid Color Indoor/Outdoor Indoor/Outdoor Material Plastic Product Height (in.) 11.8 Product Length (in.) 11.8 Product Weight (lb.) 1.4 lb Product Width (in.) 11.8 Returnable 90-Day Saucer Included Yes Sealed No Self-Watering No Textured No CUSTOMERS WHO VIEWED THIS ITEM PURCHASED... SAVE $1.50$8.49 WAS $9.996 in. Plastic Cloud Appeal Modica PlanterAdd to cartSAVE $1.50$8.49 WAS $9.996 in. Plastic Sea-Struck Modica PlanterAdd to cartSAVE $8.85$50.13 WAS $58.9817.7 in. Plastic Samba Raspberry PlanterAdd to cartSAVE $1.95$11.04 WAS $12.9910 in. Plastic Sea-Struck Modica PlanterAdd to cartSAVE $6.29$35.65 WAS $41.9410 in. Plastic Exotica Lucca Planter (6-Pack)Add to cart CUSTOMER REVIEWS Do you own this product? Be the first to rate it. Your feedback will help users like you to make informed decisions and will help us to improve our product offerings! Write a Review Do you own this product? Be the first to rate it. Your feedback will help users like you to make informed decisions and will help us to improve our product offerings! Write a ReviewIf you have questions or comments regarding the customer service you received please contact us. SHIPPING OPTIONS Most orders process within 3 business days. Please allow 3 to 5 business days for Standard Shipping in addition to order processing time, which varies by product. Items deliver by small parcel service. If product is eligible for shipping to AK, HI and US Territories additional transit time and remote surcharges may apply. This item is also available for pick up in your local store (FREE) within 4-7 business days, plus order processing time. read more

Deroma
$41.63 $48.98
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The Deroma 15 in. Plastic Samba Raspberry Planter offers a vibrant and fun addition to your home or patio. This durable plastic pl...anter is light-weight and UV resistant. It is perfect for showcasing your favorite indoor or outdoor plants. Durable plastic material is light-weight and recyclable Pre-marked to self drill drainage holes Saucer helps to eliminate cleanup due to excess watering Planter is both UV and frost resistant You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to view PDF documents. Download a free copy from the Adobe Web site. SPECIFICATIONS Assembled Depth (in.) 15 in Assembled Height (in.) 15 in Assembled Width (in.) 15 in Color Family Red Container Length (in.) 15 Container depth (in.) 15 Container height (in.) 15 Container width (in.) 15 Drainage Holes No Fixture Color/Finish Family Solid Color Indoor/Outdoor Indoor/Outdoor Material Plastic Product Height (in.) 15 Product Length (in.) 15 Product Weight (lb.) 2.4 lb Product Width (in.) 15 Returnable 90-Day Saucer Included Yes Sealed No Self-Watering No Textured No ONLINE BEST SELLERS SAVE $5.25$29.73 WAS $34.9810.5 in. W x 10.5 in. H Hammered Metal Capsule PlAdd to cartSAVE $9.99$39.98 WAS $49.9736 in. Deluxe Resin Desert Clay Garden Planter(18) Add to cart$99.99Mayne Fairfield 28 in. Plastic Tall Planter(5) Add to cartSAVE $3.75$21.23 WAS $24.98Pride Garden Products 12 in. Arch Ivory Terrain... (1) Add to cartSAVE $8.24$46.71 WAS $54.9522 in. x 22 in. Redwood Planter(4) Add to cart CUSTOMER REVIEWS Do you own this product? Be the first to rate it. Your feedback will help users like you to make informed decisions and will help us to improve our product offerings! Write a Review Do you own this product? Be the first to rate it. Your feedback will help users like you to make informed decisions and will help us to improve our product offerings! Write a ReviewIf you have questions or comments regarding the customer service you received please contact us. SHIPPING OPTIONS Most orders process within 3 business days. Please allow 3 to 5 business days for Standard Shipping in addition to order processing time, which varies by product. Items deliver by small parcel service. If product is eligible for shipping to AK, HI and US Territories additional transit time and remote surcharges may apply. This item is also available for pick up in your local store (FREE) within 4-7 business days, plus order processing time. read more

Deroma
$50.13 $58.98
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The Deroma 17.7 in. Plastic Samba Raspberry Planter offers a vibrant and fun addition to your home or patio. This durable plastic ...planter is light-weight and UV resistant. It is perfect for showcasing your favorite indoor or outdoor plants. Durable plastic material is light-weight and recyclable Pre-marked to self drill drainage holes Saucer helps to eliminate cleanup due to excess watering Planter is both UV and frost resistant You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to view PDF documents. Download a free copy from the Adobe Web site. SPECIFICATIONS Assembled Depth (in.) 17.7 in Assembled Height (in.) 17.7 in Assembled Width (in.) 17.7 in Color Family Red Container Length (in.) 17.7 Container depth (in.) 17.7 Container height (in.) 17.7 Container width (in.) 17.7 Drainage Holes No Fixture Color/Finish Family Solid Color Indoor/Outdoor Indoor/Outdoor Material Plastic Product Height (in.) 17.7 Product Length (in.) 17.7 Product Weight (lb.) 4 lb Product Width (in.) 17.7 Returnable 90-Day Saucer Included Yes Sealed No Self-Watering No Textured No CUSTOMERS WHO VIEWED THIS ITEM PURCHASED... SAVE $1.50$8.49 WAS $9.996 in. Plastic Cloud Appeal Modica PlanterAdd to cartSAVE $1.95$11.04 WAS $12.9910 in. Plastic Sea-Struck Modica PlanterAdd to cartSAVE $3.60$20.40 WAS $24.003 in. Water Retaining Coco Classroom Gardening KiAdd to cartSAVE $17.99$101.95 WAS $119.9418 in. Plastic Turbulant Lucca Planter (6-Pack)Add to cartSAVE $4.35$24.63 WAS $28.9811.8 in. Plastic Samba Raspberry PlanterAdd to cart CUSTOMER REVIEWS Do you own this product? Be the first to rate it. Your feedback will help users like you to make informed decisions and will help us to improve our product offerings! Write a Review Do you own this product? Be the first to rate it. Your feedback will help users like you to make informed decisions and will help us to improve our product offerings! Write a ReviewIf you have questions or comments regarding the customer service you received please contact us. SHIPPING OPTIONS Most orders process within 3 business days. Please allow 3 to 5 business days for Standard Shipping in addition to order processing time, which varies by product. Items deliver by small parcel service. If product is eligible for shipping to AK, HI and US Territories additional transit time and remote surcharges may apply. This item is also available for pick up in your local store (FREE) within 4-7 business days, plus order processing time. read more

Monarch Specialties
$159.00 $278.00
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Glossy black tops provide a sleek look and stylish appeal Metal sled bases in chrome finish ensure years of dependable use Ring ac...cent on each side gives a creative detail to the tables' modest design Great for showcasing potted indoor plants, vases, and other decorative accessories Set of two tables that perfectly fit one under another May be used separately or formed in a stepped pattern Timeless and versatile addition to your living room, hallway, or foyer Assembly required One year manufacturer's warranty read more

Burpee
$3.95
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Medium-hot heirloom peppers with a pedigree that goes right back to Thomas Jefferson. A tangy hot pepper that's rich in flavor and... history. Producing tiny, shiny, round-red peppers, this variety was introduced in 1813 by Bernard McMahon from seeds given to him by Thomas Jefferson who was, as you may know, an accomplished plantsman. Striking and decorative, the 12" plants are ideal candidates for indoor or outdoor containers. The medium-hot fruits can be strung like cranberries and dried. Plants can be overwintered indoors. Harvest about 90 days from transplant. read more

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