Wayside Gardens Antique Copper Hip Roof Bird Feeder

The simple gable roof design of this attractive metal birdfeeder makes it look right at home in just about any decor. Finished with the look of antique copper, this feeder offers a glass seed container with decroative metal scrolls and soli...d brass trim. To refill or clean the feeder, just remove the roof! It hangs from a sturdy metal handle (included). What a lovely housewarming gift for a birding friend! 14H x 9W x 9D, excluding height of handle. There will be a 25% restocking fee on any item returned, unless item is damaged. read more

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At last, Delphiniums with terrific staying power in just about any weather! The New Millennium? series is bred with stronger stems..., more petals, richer colors, and an overall weather tolerance that cant be beat! Even if Delphiniums have struggled in your garden in the past, youll find these to be top performers over many seasons -- not to mention outstandingly beautiful! Sunny Skies is a hard-to-find shade of pure sky blue, absolutely stunning in garden and vase. Youll love these tall, thick, flower-packed stems, which arise first in early summer, then again (if cut or deadheaded promptly after the first bloom) in late summer and early fall!. Sunny Skies reaches 4 to 6 feet high, the top portion completely devoted to glorious blooms! The flowers continue for 3 weeks in each season, giving you more than a month of the darkest, brightest, richest blue color your garden and vase have ever seen. Most Delphiniums do well in cool and moderate climates, but the New Millennium? series is one of the very few to tolerate hot, humid gardens. The best choice for the south and midwest, these plants can put up with the late-afternoon thundershowers and warm nights that are so characteristic of summer in these regions. (The strong stems come in handy during those summer storms!) Nibbling deer and rabbits leave them alone, which is a nice bonus. And as if this werent enough, the New Millenniums? are also longer-lived than older strains, giving you a few extra seasons of beauty! Hand-crossed by Terry Dowdeswell in New Zealand from British hybrids, the New Millenniums? are certain to become the stars of your sunny borders and cutflower arrangements! Zones 3-7. read more

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Dense, multi-stemmed plants with neatly-lobed green leaves make this heirloom Fig one of the most ornamental in the family. Sweet ...and juicy fruits ripen in summer, offering a lovely ingredient for sauces, jams, and jellies! Named for the daughter of immigrants that brought the tree over from Italy, this long-lived fig will be a treasured heirloom for your family, too! Cannot ship to AZ. 1 Quart Container. Zones 6 to 9. read more

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One of the most fragrant tulips in the garden, Barbados is full of surprises. The blooms begin solid green, their beautifully frin...ged edges tightly furled. Then, as they open, they turn a rich shade of crimson! Barbados blooms in mid- to late season, sturdy and strong on 20- to 22-inch stems. The flowers are single, but the petals are so wide, elegantly curved, and fringed that they can appear to be double until fully open. Best of all, they share their sweet fragrance with surrounding flowers in the bulb garden, and make a very sweet bouquet! Introduced in 1999, Barbados is an exceptional cultivar. Give it protection from harsh winds and rains, and cut the flowers just as they begin to open, so that you can enjoy the full majesty of their show for an extra day or two. If you want to leave them in the garden, be sure to plant them beside a walkway or in the front of the border, where you can enjoy the details of their color patterning up close! A splendid addition to any spring-blooming bulb garden, Barbados will become a favorite in the vase as well. Make it part of your permanent garden beginning this season! Zones 3-8. Pack of 10. read more

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Elegance, comfort, and durability come together in this beautiful garden bench. Made of sustainably harvested, weather-resistant E...ucalyptus, and inspired by the designs of renowned British architect, Sir Edwin Lutyens, it boasts great lines on the bench back and rounded, slatted armrests, for an effect thats inviting and graceful. Its the perfect garden accessory, providing a comfortable place to sit, relax, and enjoy the beauty of your landscape! Easy assembly. Dimensions: 23 W x 54 L x 39 H. The perfect finishing touch for your Lutyens Garden Bench, is the 2-inch-thick, high-density foam cushion. It brings long-lasting comfort, allowing you to enjoy your garden even more! The attractive green fabric complements all three benches: white, black, or natural. Ties allow it to be secured to the seat, and the zippered cover comes off for easy cleaning. Dimensions: 42½ W x 18¼ D x 2 H. read more

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Design the tulip garden you have always wanted with Oxford Yellow, a classic Darwin Hybrid that represents the very best in Tulips...: the brilliant sunny yellow color, the egg-shaped blooms, the long-lasting presence in garden or vase. Nothing is more cheerful or eye-catching in the garden than these bold drops of sunshine! Classified as a Single Late Tulip, Oxford Yellow blooms in mid-spring in most climates, its flowers remaining for 3 weeks or more. They begin with the classic egg shape of the Darwins, gradually opening into a wide bowl shape. Fabulous! Oxford Yellow reaches 20 to 22 inches high and spreads up to a foot wide, though you may want to plant the bulbs closer together for dazzling dense coverage. Zones 3-8. Pack of 10. read more

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Plant Patent Applied For. Gardeners have long known the joys of growing Weigela, and even more are going to have the chance with t...his charming little dwarf! My Monet® Sunset only grows 12-18 high and 18-24 wide, making it perfect for small spaces, such as front-of-the-border plantings or containers. Grown mostly for its colorful golden foliage, which turns to red in the fall, Sunset is occasionally decorated with trumpet-shaped, dark pink, hummingbird- and butterfly-attracting blooms throughout summer. It tends to be unpalatable to deer, however, so you dont have to worry about night-time feeders damaging it. Sunset prefers well-drained soils but is extremely adaptable to other types of soil, and with its wonderful versatility, youll change how youve always thought of using shrubs. Its diminutive size allows you to use it in the same way you would a low-growing perennial or annual, as a groundcover, or in a mass planting. Its multi-season color and ease of growth will bring you years of enjoyment, no matter where you plant it! Plant Sunset in full sun to partial shade. Pruning typically isnt necessary, but if it is, its best to do so immediately after flowering. Zones 5-8. read more

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Plant Patent Applied For. Love Catmint but hate the flop?! Purrsian Blue is the solution! This dense, heavily floriferous new vari...ety offers flop-proof color all summer long in a neat, tidy habit! Naturally rounded, this fragrant little plant covers itself in bright blue blooms from the first hint of warm summer weather until autumn arrives. The flowers themselves are periwinkle-blue, surrounded by a darker violet calyx. Showy, intensely bright, and so profuse, they really pop in the perennial border or herb garden! Purrsian Blue reaches just 16 to 18 inches high, and spreads 24 to 28 inches wide in the sunny garden or container. The foliage is tiny, dark green, and deliciously scented with a spicy mintish aroma. Cats arent the only ones who find this plant irresistible! Butterflies and hummingbirds are drawn to Purrsian Blue for its nectar, while rabbits, deer, and other nibbling creatures avoid it because of its fragrance. Its the perfect combination! Our friends at Walters Gardens came up with this fantastic new plant (dont you love the name?), and we think Purrsian Blue is destined to be a success. After all, we all love the idea of Catmint in the garden, and now we can show off a plant that wont look tired by midsummer, no matter how many times Freckles and Mittens roll in it! Zones 3-8. read more

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Just as elusive as a true blue Rose, black Tulips are as rare as they get. In a bewitching shade never seen before (and perhaps ne...ver to be captured again!), Queen of Night offers up velvety blooms of a rich, sultry purple so dark as to appear black beside lighter blooms. This single early tulip is an heirloom from 1944, and to this day there is still no other tulip that can quite match the dramatic impact of its silky purple-black blooms! Queen of the Night, ironically, is a sun-lover. Plant it in a sunny spot with excellent drainage. Compacted or heavy clay soils tend to hold standing water, so amend these with grit, compost, or soil conditioner. Hailing from the Dutch bulb market, this Tulip is adapted to serious winters, and requires a bit of cold weather for proper vernalization. Plant Queen of the Night about 8 inches deep, but dig the hole slightly deeper so that you can add some grit like crushed gravel. This grit will help you achieve the drainage that is vital for tulip beds, and will also deter pests like rodents, which love to eat the bulbs. Water the bulbs in after planting, to help them break out of dormancy, but afterwards this tulip prefers dry conditions, and only needs watered if the weather becomes exceptionally hot and dry. Your yard, garden, and vase will thank you for the gorgeous display that follows! Pack of 8. Zones 3 to 8. read more

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Marshmallow puffs and Jordan almonds, the soft pastels of little girls Easter dresses, dyed eggs, and spring bonnets for church. T...hose are a few of the images evoked by this beautiful mix of lavender-pink and creamy-white tulips. Marshmellow Fields is the ideal spring planting, combining soft color with ease of care and great vigor. Nothing is easier to pop into the soil this fall and surprise you next spring! These tall, sturdy tulips reach about 2 feet high, and should be spaced 8 to 10 inches apart for dense coverage. They love sun, and appreciate a good deep planting, especially at the warmer end of their hardiness range. Cold stimulates the blooms! Plant Marshmellow Fields in the border, bed, along the driveway, in a meadow, and on street islands. Youll be delighted with its play of soft spring color! Zones 3-7. read more

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Cheyenne Spirit is a mix of bright gold, scarlet, orange, purple, cream, and more on stocky, wind- and rain-resistant plants with ...excellent uniformity, repeat blooms without deadheading, and great drought tolerance. Well-branched, vigorous, and beautiful, they attract butterflies, bees, and (in fall) birds to the garden, and look great in the vase, too. Zones 4-9. read more

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