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No trees? No feeder pole? No problem. Now you can expand what you target with the BirdCam by setting up with our BirdCam Tripod. P...erfect for locations that lack trees or other stable platforms to mount the BirdCam. ? Durable aluminum field tripod ? Mount the BirdCam without mounting to trees or other permanent structures ? Perfect for use on decks, patios, or open fields ? Heavy-duty gimbal mount adjusts the BirdCam to virtually any position for perfect aim ? Built-in feet stabilize tripod in sandy or moist soils ? Ability to place stakes through holes in feet for extra stability ? Adjustable height from 25 to 63 ? Quick and easy set up, no tools necessary read more

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Part of the Copperglass collection, this planter is made of lightweight fiberglass and finished with real copper. Because they are... handcrafted of fiberglass, Copperglass Planters can be enjoyed indoors as beautiful cachepots or outdoors in any climate. The planters are extremely frost and UV resistant and can be easily drilled for drainage. As with traditional copper planters, Copperglass Planters will naturally oxidize over time, creating stunning patinas and a more natural copper look. Handcrafted and hand finished, each planter is unique in color gradation, creating a one-of-a-kind piece for your home or garden. Antique finish. Dimensions: 22½W x 18H, holds 18 lbs (Large). read more

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A hand-painted ruby-throated hummingbird makes this a colorful standout! This charming chime lets you enjoy the beauty of those je...wel-bright little birds whenever and wherever you choose. Made of cherry wood with 4 silver anodized aluminum tubes, its accented with a painted resin hummingbird and includes a spherical striker that also adds to its appeal. A great choice for birdwatchers and gardeners, this one is truly lovely! Dimensions: 15 overall length. read more

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Ladybugs help protect your garden by feeding on harmful aphids and other damaging insects. Help keep your little beetle friends ha...ppy with our LadyBug Loft! It has a classic weathered look, a hand-shingled roof topped with copper trim (it will take on an attractive patina over time), and an endearing hand-painted ladybug on the front. Dimensions: 8 W x 6 D x 10 H. Includes 30 mounting pole. read more

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Ladybugs help protect your garden by feeding on harmful aphids and other damaging insects. Help keep your little beetle friends ha...ppy with our LadyBug Loft! It has a classic weathered look, a hand-shingled roof topped with copper trim (it will take on an attractive patina over time), and an endearing hand-painted ladybug on the front. Dimensions: 8 W x 6 D x 10 H. Includes 30 mounting pole. read more

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Are you looking for a low-flow irrigation kit that will water all your potted plants? Well, nothing is as effective and affordable... as this new DIY low-flow irrigation kit. The Micro Spray Pot Stake Kit comes with 8 Adjustable Down-Spray Pot Stakes so that you can water up to 8 potted plants with a 2-foot spray of water (which can be adjusted down via a valve). This complete kit comes with 30 feet of ¼-inch vinyl tubing and everything needed to attach to an outdoor faucet. Use the ¼-inch vinyl tee fittings to run the vinyl tubing to the pot stakes. The All-In-One Tool makes installation easier. Push the ¼-inch vinyl tubing over the barb at the top of the stake. The Pot Stakes are easy to position, with a built in arrow to set depth and direction. Use the bonus Stake Extender to add 4½ inches of height to the pot stake. (Additional Pot Stake Extenders are sold separately). For a truly worry-free container garden, hook this system up to the Mister Timer for Micro-Sprays and Drip Irrigation and watering cycles can be completely automated! Depending on water pressure, Pot Stakes use between 3½ and 7½ gallons of water per hour. Note: Due to the limited water flow through the ¼-inch vinyl tubing, no more than one kit can be run from a single outdoor faucet, unless using ½-inch poly tubing (Not Included in Kit) as the main line. To adapt this kit for larger container gardens, use ¼-inch couplers MLT-BXB to run the ¼-inch vinyl to the ½-inch poly tubing, and you can install up to 65 Pot Stakes on up to 300 feet of ½-inch poly tubing. Proudly made in the USA. read more

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A lot of rain savers have their spigots halfway up the barrel, which means you can only access half of the water and you have to l...eave the rest sitting stagnant. But the Rain Wizard 50and other Rain Savers from Good Ideas have their spigots located near the bottom for optimum drainage. The lower spigot, however, makes it hard to fill buckets and requires the use of a hose to move water. Many people solve this problem on their own using cinder blocks, but this matching Rain Wizard Stand is a much more attractive and stable solution. Simply place the Stand under the downspout that you want to collect water from, then install your Rain Wizard or other rain barrel. The stand is designed to fit the rounded front and flat back of any Good Ideas 50 gallon barrels, with a groove so the barrel locks right into place. Now you can enjoy increased pressure and flow and fill barrels easily. Its like having a pump in your rain barrel, and it looks great against your home, too! The durable polyethylene stands up to both weight and weather. The resin resist fading and cracking, and the sound design supports the weight of a full rain barrel without bulging or bowing. Color: Khaki. Dimensions: 12½ Tall x 26½ Long x 20½ Wide. Weight: 10 pounds. read more

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The natural, safe way to fertilize your tomatoes and similar vegetables, Tomato-tone® provides all the macro-nutrients your plants... need to produce bumper crops all season long, with a guaranteed analysis of 3% Nitrogen, 4% Phosphorus, and 6% Potassium, plus an infusion of Bio-tone® beneficial microbes that help your plants absorb nutrients and fight off disease. This premium grade fertilizer contains only nutrient-rich ingredients, with no sludge or fillers. And all this garden goodness comes from all-natural organic ingredients that are completely safe for animals and the environment, and are slow-release so that the nutrients will not burn your plants. The organic composition of Tomato-tone feeds your tomatoes what they need over time, developing more blooms and better tomatoes all season, as opposed to chemical-based fertilizers that produce an explosion of fruit growth, but at the expense of the plant?s overall health. Your tomatoes will finish the year strong with Espomas signature blend of beneficial microbes that aid plants roots in absorbing nutrients and fighting off infection. Tomato-tone® gives your tomatoes everything that they need, but is not intended as a general fertilizer. For general garden uses, try these other Espoma organic fertilizers: Garden-Tone, Soil Acidifier, Holly-Tone, Bio-Tone Starter Plus, Super Phosphate, or Bulb-Tone. Directions: To prepare a garden bed, apply 9 cups (approximately 3 pounds) of Tomato-tone® into the soil. For individual plants, use 3 tablespoons per plant. Give the tomatoes continued feedings throughout the season, every two weeks throughout the garden season (generally May through August), adding one cup for every 5 feet of row (or 3 tablespoons per plant). Water thoroughly after application. Weight: 4 Pounds. read more

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Tuck this cast-aluminum bench into a nice shady spot to create a soothing area to relax, or place it right in your sunny garden in... order to enjoy all that the warm weather has to offer! Wherever you put this high-quality bench, its sure to be a hit! It has a weather-resistant, powder-coat finish. Just hose to clean--do not use any harsh chemicals. In order to extend the life of the bench, you can cover it when not in use or store it in an enclosed area during harsh winter months. Minor assembly is required. Hardware and instructions are included. Manufacturers warranty: 5-year limited warranty on frame; 2-year limited warranty on paint. Dimensions: 49 W x 26¾ D x 35 H. read more

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Complete the look of your Nantucket Window Box with a pair of decorative supports. The curved brackets are the perfect finishing t...ouch to your installation. Made from high quality polyethylene which offers a beautiful finishing touch with a classy look. Decorative brackets attach easily to the existing wall mount brackets that come with the Nantucket Window Boxes. Includes 2 decorative brackets and 4 mounting screws. Dimensions are 32 x 15.5 x 15.5 Comes with a 15 year limited warranty. Available in red, green, white, black, and clay. read more

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Inspired by the singular charm of New England architecture, our Nantucket Selection bringsgraceful distinction to your home and ga...rden. These extremely durable and long-lasting items provide the classic beauty of wood, with none of the upkeep. Whether you choose just one piece to grace your landscape or fall in love with the entire selection, you?ll spend many years enjoying the essence of East Coast elegance! 49W x 44H For materials and assembly instructions, please click here. read more

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A thoughtfully styled trellis to enhance your outdoor area, the Vienna Trellis is classically designed with rich architectural det...ails. Sturdy and substantial, the Vienna Trellis is perfect for training climbing plants, sturdy enough for your vegetable garden, provides privacy, and beautifies less attractive areas. The Vienna Trellis is beautifully designed and maintenance free, because we want you to spend your time enjoying our products, not maintaining them. The Vienna trellis is easy to assemble and features a long manufacturer warranty (20 years!). Dimensions: 49W x 2D x 84H. read more

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Beauty and quality never go out of style, and thats exactly what you get with this gorgeous arbor! The Vineyard Classic Arbor is o...ne of distinguished composition and ornate detail. The strong green-finished steel frame has a lovely round-top design accented with scrolling vines and ivy leaves! The extra-wide opening (62, perfect for a 58-inch pathway) makes it an instant favorite among gardeners. And the fact that its extremely well made, with rust inhibitors to ensure years of use, means its sure to attract a lot of attention from everyone who visits. Get one for yourself or send one to a friend, as the ultimate gardening gift! Anchor stakes included. Dimensions:62 W x 16 D x 88 H. read more

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Enjoy sitting out in the garden again with the Feria 3000 Patio Cover. This 10-foot-by-10-foot sloped awning is made of bright whi...te durable polycarbonate framed in white powder-coated heavy-duty aluminum. It protects against UV rays while admitting filtered light -- the perfect solution for your deck, patio, porch, or other outside area! The Feria 3000 creates a sunroom without walls, and youll love the fresh breezes blowing through this space as you entertain, admire your plants, and enjoy that first cup of coffee in the morning (or that welcome glass of water at noon after a busy morning in the garden!). The Feria 3000 is 10 feet wide and deep. The white polycarbonate panels snap easily and securely into place between rust-proof, sturdy heavy-duty aluminum supports using the unique click n lock system. And the entire structure is supported by white powder-coated adjustable poles of galvanized steel, guaranteed not to rust or discolor. Theres even an integrated rain gutter to steer water away from your patio area! This patio cover is adjustable. At its maximum extension, the front (lower slope) is 82¾ inches high, sloping upward to a height of 118½ inches at the rear. However, the poles can be set to the height you wish. Just think -- now you can sit on the deck or patio while its raining or even snowing without having to run for cover! You never have to roll up this patio cover, and it wont rip, fade, or discolor, unlike cloth or canvas awnings. You can have the best of both worlds -- sun protection plus bright filtered light! -- with Feria 3000! And its backed by a 10-year limited warranty, making your purchase worry-free! If you like the Feria 3000 but need more coverage, we have 2 larger sizes: the depth and height of each is the same as the Feria 3000, but the width of the Feria 4200 is 14 feet, and that of the Feria 5400 is 18 feet. read more

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Winner of the 2003 Perennial Plant of the Year Award, Becky is everything a Shasta should be, and more. It blooms profusely, on ex...tra-sturdy stems that know how to stand up to a little -- or a lot of! -- heat and humidity. Its season extends from midsummer right into fall, without a rest. And its giant flowers are a brighter, more beautiful white than others, making this variety stand out among all the Shastas! These daisies measure a full 4 inches across, and are stuffed with long, slender, very eye-catching white petals and a bold golden eye. Performing well even in the South (unlike some Shastas), this 40-inch tall and wide plant sets a mass of airy foliage from which dozens upon dozens of flowering stems arise. Cut all you want for your vases -- theyll only encourage new buds to pop up all the faster! And if you dont cut the flowers, keep them promptly deadheaded to get more and more blooms where those came from! Becky is a sun-lover, but tolerates partial shade in the south. The plant is very full and billowy, just the thing for the perennial border, bank, or bed. This plant never needs staking, and doesnt mind dry spells, unseasonable heat and humidity, or even the occasional severe winter. Evergreen in the south, it bounces back from tough winters beautifully farther north. Space plants about 3 feet apart and get your vases ready! Zones 5-9. read more

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Plant Patent Applied For. CPBRAF. Destined to be the workhorse of your cutting garden, Banana Cream is a super-floriferous, long-b...looming Shasta Daisy with flowers that begin bright lemon-yellow before maturing through all shades of pastel into ivory cream! A fully blooming plant is a breathtaking sight, and the flowers last 2 weeks or more in the vase, assuring you of months of beautiful indoor arrangements! Measuring 4 inches across, these blooms are technically semi-double, an extra layer of petals beneath the first adding depth and still more color to the display. The long, slender, very crowded petals surround a merry golden-orange center on thick, sturdy stems. Even the side-shoots bud heavily on Banana Cream, provided the first blooms of the season are cut or deadheaded promptly. The bloom season begins in late spring in most climates, continues through summer, and even trickles into autumn. Thats an incredible span for any plant, and much longer than most Shastas! Butterflies pay homage to Banana Cream throughout it all, adding further bright color to the display. Banana Cream reaches 15 to 18 inches high and 18 to 24 inches wide, with dense branching and dark green, healthy foliage held below the blooms. Far more disease-resistant than older varieties, this perennial asks little more than direct sun and fertile, well-drained garden soil to thrive and multiply over time in the garden. Plantsman Kevin Hurd introduced Banana Cream in 2009, and we are pleased to be among the first to offer it to home gardeners. We believe it is thoroughly dependable in a wide range of climates and conditions. Reserve your plants today! Zones 5-9. read more

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There has never been a yellow Hosta quite like Dancing Queen, and it will stand out in the shade garden like a shaft of sunshine i...n a dark glen! This large, wide Hosta is exquisitely rippled and quilted, its outstanding foliage attention-getting in any setting. The new leaves open bright gold in spring, turning a lighter shade as the season progresses. Long, pointed, and heavily rippled, they are held elegantly up and out from the center of the plant. With each passing year, they grow more intensely textured and beautifully substantial. In midsummer, the foliage is topped by pale lavender blooms on 28-inch stems. Largely insignificant, the flowers may be snipped and used as filler in the vase, or left on the plant to highlight the color contrast they present against the yellow leaves. Dancing Queen eventually reaches 18 inches high and spreads about 30 inches wide. Spectacular in the border, it is also superb for woodland settings, and can even be grown in a large container. It forms the natural centerpiece of any Hosta garden, standing out brilliantly against El Nino, Silver Bay, and 48438>Abiqua Drinking Gourd, among many others. Dancing Queen was bred by Kent Terpening, and thrives in partial to full shade. Very hardy and long-lived, it belongs front and center in your shade garden display. Do add it to the garden this season! Zones 3-9. read more

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Expect these merry rosy-lavender flowerheads, arising by the dozen, to last for a month or more! Millennium is a splendid late-sum...mer Allium, ready to pop up and deliver outstanding color just when much of the sunny border is giving up its show for the season. You cant do wrong by tucking it among early-summer-blooming perennials and bulbs, slipping it into containers for the patio, and wedging it along pathways and other heavily trafficked spots. It delivers carefree, unexpected color just when you need it most! The flowerheads are perfectly round and reach about 2 inches in diameter, studded on all sides with purple florets tinged with red. Like all Allium, it has a scent (its an onion, after all!), which keeps away nibbling rabbits, deer, and other creatures of the night. On the other hand, butterflies and bees find the blooms enticing, so youll likely attract some mobile color when they come to visit the flowers! This ornamental onion reaches about a foot high and wide, with a dense bouquet of dark green stems topped by bobbing blooms. Unlike older varieties, it wont scatter seed all over the garden to be weeded out by you next spring; it concentrates all its energy on setting flowers instead of going to seed, and the results are magnificent! Millennium is a good choice for the vegetable patch and herb garden as well as more traditional ornamental locations. It keeps pests at bay, offers nice color, and brings in good bugs such as bees. Just give it plenty of sunshine, well-drained soil on the light side, and wait for the flowers! They make good cuts for the vase, too. Bred by Mark McDonough, Millennium is a truly carefree Allium that delights with profuse flowers, long bloomtime, and late season. Make it part of your garden! Zones 5-8. read more

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Plant Patent Applied For. Cultivar name: Farrow. A shrub as brilliantly colored and festive as its name would suggest, Bollywood? ...delights with neon-bright blooms of reddish pink to magenta against dark green foligge with silver accents. Very compact, its the ideal planting for the foundation, along the pathway, and in the partly shaded border. Introduced by Mike Farrow of Maryland, this compact Azalea reaches just 18 to 24 inches high and not much wider -- 30 inches is about the maximum spread to expect. The foliage is semi-evergreen and very handsome, keeping it attractive even when the flowers are not present. The blooms begin in late spring and continue reliably into summer, blanketing Bollywood? in bright color. So much interest in so little space! You will love this exciting 2010 introduction. Zones 5-9. read more

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Brighten the shade naturally with this splendid Golden Hakone Grass, an upright, vigorous cultivar that grows slowly but surely in...to a large, magnificent clump. All Gold is the most spectacular Hakonechloa yet, delighting with its exquisite foliage color and its elegant habit. Less cascading and far brighter than Aureola, All Gold adds gleaming yellow tones to the shade. This slow grower shows its best color in partial sun, but grows readily in any moist soil, even dense shade (where it will be more chartreuse than golden). In late summer to early fall, tiny russet-brown flower spikes top the plant. These may be trimmed or left alone, according to your taste; they are not particularly ornamental. All Gold reaches 14 inches high and 18 inches wide in most climates. Unpalatable to deer, it is a good choice even for open and woodland settings. Zones 5-9. read more

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Why cant all wildflowers be as beautiful as bright, hardy Butterfly Flower? Big orange flowerheads burst into bloom in mid- to lat...e summer, attracting every butterfly in the neighborhood to your garden and stealing the show with color so rich it almost glows! This lovely perennial is especially attractive to Monarch butterflies, acting as a nectar source and a host plant, providing a place for the butterflies to lay their eggs. The foliage is lovely, too, extending this Asclepias beauty beyond bloomtime. Easy to grow, it asks only for sun and plenty of it; it laughs at heat and drought, survives winter unscathed, and is long-lived. It reaches 2 feet tall and about 3 feet wide, with a lush, rangy form that complements other plantings nicely. And the blooms are super for cutting! Zones 3-9. read more

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If youre already a lover of Hydrangeas, this gorgeous variety is a must-have. If youre new to gardening, you might as well start w...ith an easy-to-grow shrub with blooms that will absolutely blow you away! From late spring or early summer through fall, youll be dazzled by wide bloom heads filled with petals of lime green accented with deep pink. You truly do have to see these flowers to believe them! Extremely eye-catching and unique, this member of the Next Generation series of Hydrangeas looks simply amazing anywhere you place it. Plant one as a focal point in your partly shaded garden or place a few in containers around your patio for a display that will have the entire neighborhood talking! Zones 5-9. read more

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Plant Patent 23,325. Cultivar name: ZF06-043 Remember when Blueberry Sunshine Blue® took the gardening world by storm, with its co...mpact habit, fragrant blooms, and abundant berries? Well, now there is a much more beautiful and amazing phenomenon known as the BrazelBerries® -- a collection of edible ornamentals with ever-changing foliage colors, small plant sizes (just right for containers!), and plenty of yummy fruit! Meet Peach Sorbet?, one of the blueberries in this exciting new series. Peach Sorbet? is beautiful year-round, but its most dramatic season is undoubtedly spring, when it bursts into leaf with 4 distinct colors: peach, pink, orange, and green. All colors are often present on a single leaf, creating a confetti-like effect of bright, cheery hues in the sunny garden or on the deck, balcony, or patio. White blooms dot the foliage, followed by a generous crop of plump, juicy, richly flavored berries in midsummer. You might think the show is finally over, but as soon as the cooler weather of fall arrives, the foliage changes again. This time the leaves sport deep purple, plum, and magenta tones among the rich green -- strikingly beautiful! It remains on the plant all winter long, adding unusual tones to the grays and browns of December and January days. Peach Sorbet? reaches just 2 to 3 feet high and spreads 2 feet wide -- a good size for a mid to large container, and very showy in any setting. It loves well-drained, rich soil and full sunshine, attracting butterflies with its spring blooms and birds with its tempting berries. You will find it attractive every month of the year, and its easy to grow. Caring for Peach Sorbet? is easy. It loves acidic soil (pH 4.5 - 5.5 is best) in full sunshine everywhere but the hottest climates. If your soil is more alkaline, amend it with peat moss to increase the acidity. Good soil drainage is essential too. If you are growing it in a container, pick a fairly large one -- anything 16 inches in diameter or larger is preferred, since this perennial will keep setting new canes and spreading. Feed Peach Sorbet? as you would an azalea or another acid-loving shrub. In fact, you can even use fertilizers intended for rhododendrons, azaleas, and camellias on your Peach Sorbet?! Add a high-nitrogen feed such as bloodmeal to the mix as well. And that timeless home gardeners favorite, coffee grounds, is a great addition to the soil! Feed the plant at the beginning of spring and again later in the season. Water it daily in containers. When winter arrives, it will go dormant, and should be left alone. The following spring, youll begin to see green growth. Midway through spring, when the new growth is well-established, cut away any stems that do not show new growth. Thats all there is to it! If you like Peach Sorbet? -- and you will, we promise! -- be sure to try the other BrazelBerries® as well. Developed by the Brazelton family of Oregon -- fruit growers for decades -- they are self-pollinating, so you need plant only one of any of the varieties for fruit. But chances are, once you see the BrazelBerries® in your garden, youll simply have to have several! Enjoy the latest and most exciting phenomenon in edible ornamentals. Bring the BrazelBerries® home! Zones 5-10. read more

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Create the perfect area for intimate conversations or fun gatherings with our Oxford Tree Bench. Constructed of beautiful, sustain...ably harvested Eucalyptus, this tree bench has a natural oil finish that provides years of low-maintenance beauty. Eucalyptus is naturally resistant to decay and pests, so you can feel confident it will bring you joy for years to come. This tree bench has a very classic design, with a vertically slatted back rest, a slatted seat, and a curved armrest on the left-hand side. The top of the back rest is accented with a line of carved chevrons, a subtle artistic touch that immediately adds to its beauty. Connect four benches to encircle your favorite tree, and it will undoubtedly soon become one of your favorite spots to sit and unwind! (Encircles a 32 tree). Dimensions: 18½ L x 54¾ W x 42 H inches ; 51 pounds. read more

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Plant Patent 16,515. Cultivar name: Endless Heart Expect up to 4 seasons of bloom each year from this magnificent red daylily, one... of breeder Darrel Appss Very finest. Part of the Jersey Earlybird? series, Earlybird Cardinal? delights with large watermelon-red blooms and evergreen foliage. Dont miss it for the perennial border, meadow garden, and containers. The flowers measure up to 4 inches wide, and arise on very floriferous plants. Earlybird Cardinal? sets 6 or more fans per plant, instead of the usual 2 to 3, so you get twice the blooms and then some. The first flush is in late spring, repeating steadily into early autumn. Thats an amazing show for any perennial! These blooms are lovely, saturated wtih light red color and starred with a chartreuse throat. The edges of each petal are pie-crusted, creating a stylish look that is repeated by the many dozen as the season progresses. Earlybird Cardinal? reaches about 21 inches high, a butterfly and hummingbird magnet in the sunny garden. Like all daylilies, it is left alone by most pests, highly disease-resistant, and tolerant of adversity from dry soil to heat and humidity. Easy to grow, easier to fall in love with, its a must-have! This diploid keeps its foliage through winter in most areas, making it a good choice for the foundation and other high-visibility spots. Zones 4-9. read more

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This beloved fall-blooming perennial lights up the partly shaded garden with clean white blooms sporting buttery centers. Bobbing ...atop long, slender stems held well above the neat 12-inch mound of foliage, this superb cutflower is also a garden standout, adding a lightness and cottonball softness to the perennial border just when the garden needs color most desperately! Honorine Jobert is a Japanese Windflower with a perfection of form and symmetry that make every bloom a masterpiece! The semi-double flowers are 2 to 3 inches wide, with a yellow center capped by a celery-green eye! The petal tips are slightly ruffled, giving the impression of even more color and depth. They begin in late summer, just when the rest of the perennial garden is going to the dogs, and continue well into fall. Magnificent! Ideal for the garden or the vase, Honorine Jobert performs best in rich organic soil kept consistently moist. A charming and prolific shade garder performer! Space plants about 10 inches apart. Zones 4-8. read more

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Provide a welcome haven for small birds, with our new and thoroughly endearing Twitter Junction Bird House! Hand-made from solid, ...rot-resistant cypress, with a rustic architecture and a solid, heavy-gauge copper roof, its curved horseshoe-shaped design creates a one-of-a-kind country look. The inset, front panel of the home is routed to indicate siding, and the vivid colors with light speckles in the finish provide natural appeal and charm. The copper roof will patina over time, giving this unique house even more character! Durable enough to last for many, many years, the Twitter Junction Bird House proves itself to be as practical as it is attractive: a disk at the back provides easy access, for seasonal cleaning; ventilation gaps below the roof help to regulate the internal temperature; and an opening in the base enables the drainage of any water that might get inside. And the birds will truly appreciate the fact that the house itself is rather deep, which helps protect nestlings from predators. The Twitter Junction Bird House is easy to hang, using the sturdy, metal eye hook in the top. Pick a place on your property where the birds will feel safe, but preferably also where you can easily watch the comings and goings of your feathered friends! The 1 3/8 entrance hole is appropriate for Tufted Titmice, White-breasted Nuthatches, Red-breasted Nuthatches, Chickadees, and House Wrens, among others. Dimensions: 6 x 7 x 10. Made in USA. Available in: Yellow, Turquoise, Blue, Salmon, and White. read more

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Its a feast for the birds and for your own eyes and ears with this easy-to-use, easy-to-love feeder offering classic high style an...d an ingenious design featuring a clear, removable feeding tube. Add in a bright copper roof and cellular PVC construction for year after year of beautifully effortless use, and you have tasteful taken to a whole new level! . Proudly hand-crafted right here in the USA, this bird feeder is designed to provide years of enjoyment for both you and your feathered friends. What a wonderful gift for yourself or any of the bird lovers in your life. Dimensions: 50 H x 14 Diameter. read more

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This Red Hot Poker variety is a brilliant way to add color to your beds, borders, or patio containers and also attract nectar-lovi...ng wildlife! The architectural flower spikes arise from elegant, grass-like foliage, offering their clear lemon-yellow florets and their sweet scent up to your gardens visitors (humans, butterflies, and hummingbirds alike). Red Hot Pokers normally flower late in the summer, but thanks to careful breeding, Lemon Popsicle starts flowering in June and goes right through to October! This compact, easy-to-grow plant is a stunning accent in any garden or cutflower arrangement. The 6-inch flower spikes are heavily laden with vibrant yellow florets. They last up to 6 weeks on the plant, and make great cut-flowers. And you may want to use them as cuts, because the sooner you cut one flower, the quicker a new one springs up in its place! The season of bloom can easily stretch 5 months, beginning with the first gust of hot weather and continuing through mid-fall in many climates. Hummingbirds adore the flowers, and youll find that this plant blooms cheerfully despite heat, humidity, and drought. Deer tend to leave it alone, which only adds to its appeal in open settings. You just cant go wrong with Lemon Popsicle! Quickly reaching its full size at just 14 inches wide and high, this Kniphofia is about 20 inches tall when flowers are adding to the height. Its a good size for the border, accent plantings, the foundation, and large containers, making a nice exclamation point to mounding and trailing plants. Just give it plenty of sunshine and good soil drainage, and off it goes! Because Kniphofia does not bloom based on day length, but rather on temperature, it is ideal for hotter climates like the deep South. Lemon Popsicle likes plenty of water during summer, but needs very well-drained soil in winter. In climates where the ground freezes, it should be mulched well for winter too. Other than that, it is very easy to grow, and so stunning in the garden! Treat yourself to a sweet citrine source of beauty for many years to come. Add Lemon Popsicle to your garden this season! Zones 6-9. read more

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Discovered in an Anna, Illinois, garden, Annabelle is perhaps the most popular old-fashioned flowering shrub grown in American gar...dens. Once established, it produces enormous, 12-inch, globe-shaped flowerheads of snowy white starting in early summer and increasing in size until mid- to late summer -- truly spectacular! Growing to 4 feet high and wide, it is a splendid landscape plant that never gets out of bounds and complements every other color in the garden beautifully. It thrives in shade, but also tolerates heat and humidity. Very easy to grow once established, it is a lovely source of fresh and dried arrangements as well as a useful border, hedge, foundation, or accent planting. H. arborescens is a native species, far more cold-hardy than most other Hydrangea species. Recently another cultivar has been added to the family: spectacular pink-flowered Invincibelle Spirit. Try them together for a breathtaking pink-and-white hedge, border, or accent planting! Zones 4-9. read more

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As exquisitely formed and richly scented as a gardenia, the soft white, fully double blooms of White Rose last and last on this co...mpact, very cold-hardy little tree. A seedling selection of Ballerina that outdoes its parent in nearly every way, White Rose is ideal for todays smaller gardens, making a big impact without occupying a lot of space. The blooms arise in early spring, ahead of many Magnolias, and remain fresh and ultra-fragrant for weeks. The petals dont drop until long after the bloom has faded, so you can watch the color progression and enjoy every minute of these spectacular flowers. Held upright like giant candles on their stems, the blooms are awe-inspiring. Even after the flowers pass, White Rose is a pleasant presence in the garden. At maturity this tree is just 12 feet high and 8 to 10 feet wide, and it thrives in full sun in cool and temperate climates, partial shade farther south and west. (It makes a fine understory planting.) Give it a place of honor and enjoy the large, handsome foliage and plump, full shape of this tree. White Rose has much better tolerance of winds, cold weather, and poor soils than many other Magnolias. Once established, it is adaptable and easy. You will enjoy a legacy of early spring beauty for decades with this fine specimen! Zones 4-8. read more

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Monument is a natural dwarf selection of the European Hornbeam. Very slow-growing, this cultivar offers dense, attractive foliage ...on an upright, pyramidal habit. Ideal for small gardens, it sports bright butter-yellow autumn leaves. At full maturity, Monument is no more than 8 to 9 feet tall and 4 to 5 feet wide. After about a decades growth, expect it to have achieved just 3 to 4 feet in height and about 2 feet in width. Amazing! Content in any well-drained soil, this Dwarf European Hornbeam is easy to grow and very showy in garden or container. Introduced by Viva Nord in Italy. Zones 5-7. read more

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The perfect complement to all the colors in the spring garden, early-blooming Anemone White Splendor offers you masses of yellow-e...yed white daisies for garden or vase. Easy to grow, it belongs with your yellow Daffodils, early-blooming Tulips of all colors, Grape Hyacinth, and more! In mid-spring, this vigorous little plant sets daisy-shaped single blooms atop 12-inch stems, well above the 6-inch foliage. Very showy, the pure white makes all the colors around it sizzle, and adds a formal note to any setting. The flowers continue until early summer in most climates, carpeting the ground in cheery white. You cant go wrong placing this sun lover in the garden or container! Anemone White Splendor is quick-spreading and very dense, covering ground beautifully. Space the bulbs about 9 inches apart for dense coverage. Zones 4 to 8. Pack of 20. read more

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Among the largest Crocus we have ever seen, Spring Beauty is also one of the most lovely, with enormous bowl-shaped blooms of ligh...t lilac with a prominent central cluster of gold. Each petals is thinly edged in cream, making their silhouettes stand out even more dramatically in the early-spring garden! Spring Beauty arises when snow still covers the ground in many climates, pushing up through the frozen earth to become the first flower of the year in most gardens. And such flowers they are -- bowl-shaped, upturned, with luminous lavender petals edged in creamy white. Expect them to reach 2 to 3 inches wide, and to be surrounded by grassy foliage of bright green. Finding a crocus in the late winter or early spring garden is as exciting as finding an Easter egg, and Spring Beauty is particularly richly colored. The petals are incurved at the tips, for a rounded effect that is most attractive. Best in full sun, this plant also thrives in light shade, and is a fine addition to the planting around the mailbox and other high-traffic spots, where its beauty is certain to be admired at close range! Spring Beauty spreads just 4 to 6 inches wide, compact enough to tuck into the most crowded bed. Get your garden off to a spectacular start each spring -- add this crocus to the sunny border, meadow garden, and along the driveway and paths! Zones 3 to 8. Pack of 10. read more

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Sure to dazzle you with its exceptional vigor and vibrant rosy pink early-winter blooms, Laura Walker is one Camellia variety you ...dont want to pass up! Perfect for creating a dense hedge, making a lovely evergreen screen or fence! This is a midseason Camellia, which still makes it one of the first things to bloom in the garden, its pink blooms peeking out in late winter while the branches are still bare, for a breathtaking effect! These blooms are a rosy pink color, set off brilliantly by the bright, clear yellow in their centers. The form is Semi-Double to Anemone, with a lush mass of loose, open petals. The foliage is evergreen and grows in a very dense evergreen shrub. Laura Walker is named after its creator, Mrs. Laura Walker, who introduced this variety in Marshallville, Georgia in 1956. This japonica variety tolerates a fair amount of sand or clay soil, so long as it is well-drained and acidic. Be sure to plant it in a partly shady spot. 1 Quart. Zones 7 to 10. read more

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Plant Patent 24,374. Cultivar name: Krakowiak Candy-striped blooms, beautifully ruffled, decorate this large, robust climbing plan...t all summer long! A reblooming Clematis with masses of color and a very vigorous habit, Pink Mink is the perfect complement to climbing roses, and looks great threaded through a fence or twining up a pergola. These flowers are bright candy-pink with a broad stripe of magenta running down the center of each petal. The edges are lightly crimped and just a bit curled-back at the edges creating a rounded, full look. So stunning! They begin in early summer with a huge flush that lasts for many weeks. Then, all season long, new flowers open randomly on the plant, delighting you with their persistence. Pink Mink reaches 9 to 10 feet long and about 6 feet wide. This is not a petite Clematis for containers, but a gloriously large, well-branched, vigorous climber that will blanket fences and trellises, filling the garden with bold color. It is Pruning Group III, which means it blooms on new wood (hence the rebloom all season long, as the plant continues to grow), and needs pruning in late winter. Aside from that, however, this is quite a low-maintenance plant. Like all Clematis, it takes a season or two to find its feet, then takes off and never looks back! Pink Mink was bred by Polish plantsman Szczepan Marczynski, who is responsible for many spectacular Clematis varieties. It has already received awards in Europe, and is now ready for its American debut! Give it full sunshine in all but the hottest climates, mulch it in deeply to keep the soil temperature as uniform as possible, and get ready for a long life of gorgeous pink-on-pink beauty! Zones 4-9. read more

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PP#21,002. Cultivar Name: Everillo. An auspicious mutation of the species, this wonderfully bright gold Sedge was discovered in Ir...eland by Pat Fitzgerald of Fitzgerald Nurseries. While most gold-toned plants require full sun for their best color, Everillo is unique for its ability to thrive in the shade--it actually achieves its best golden color in part shade! It also prefers wet feet to dry feet, making it a lifesaver for those wet, shady spots in the garden where nothing else likes to grow. Use Everillo as a bright accent in mixed containers, as a naturalizing underplanting to add golden tones to the woodland garden, or as a gorgeous groundcover to prevent erosion in areas where storm water flows through. In mass plantings it will work to prevent erosion, and you will be rewarded with a spectacle every time the wind blows through the foliage, sending the golden blades bobbing and swaying as if to some jaunty tune. This sedge is a lovely choice for naturalizing. Let it move in drifts throughout the shaded, moist parts of your garden and it will grow into breathtaking ribbons of golden color! Deer leave it alone, and it holds a beautiful color and form with no need to fertilize or prune! 1 Quart container. Zones 5 to 9. read more

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A distinctive evergreen perennial, Black Pearl grows upright, architectural leaves and opens up lime-green blooms with distinctive... black-and-yellow eyes over a VERY long season! These flowers are technically cyathiums--cups of colorful bracts fused together around the tiny true flowers. These nectar-filled florets open in early spring and endure until they get nipped back by late fall frosts. Look but dont touch, because when wounded this all-season beauty produces toxic sap! Keep away from pets and children, and wear gloves if you move the plant. The flowers can still be used in cutflower arrangements, just seal them first by placing the stem in boiling water or an open flame for a few seconds. And thanks to this toxic sap, Black Pearl is rarely troubled by pests. This Mediterranean native thrives in warm weather and has an excellent tolerance for drought and salt spray. The evergreen foliage is succulent, holding onto water wonderfully through those dry spells. Black Pearl is a treasure for gardens anywhere, especially in dry regions! 1 Quart Container. Zones 7 to 11. read more

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With a habit as distinctive as a piece of sculpture, this weeping form of the dwarf Deodar Cedar adds an elegant silhouette to gar...den or container. A low-growing evergreen suitable for use as a groundcover as well as a stand-alone accent, it requires almost no maintenance -- not even pruning! -- to look its best for decades. Feelin Blue is just a few feet high, yet exhibits a notably unique habit that sets it apart from all other plants in the garden. The weeping branches are held straight down, with bright blue foliage that keeps its cool tones even in the hottest summer weather. Rarely setting a leader, Feelin Blue needs no pruning to keep its small, tidy look, though it can easily be trimmed to desired shape for topiary or other display. And this conifer is evergreen, thriving in any well-drained soil receiving full sun. It is ideal for banks, slopes, and terraced gardens, and also looks splendid in containers, where its long, pendulous branches can be shown to best advantage. But if you want to use it as groundcover, the stems will lie horizontally along the garden floor as well. Expect Feelin Blue to reach just 2 to 4 feet at maturity, with a spread of 4 to 6 feet. Once established, this easy-care conifer is quite drought tolerant, making a good selection for areas of the garden where the hose does not reach. It also makes a fine centerpiece for an Asian themed garden. The possibilities are many and the drawbacks almost non-existent for this charming dwarf conifer! Zones 7-9. read more

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Few Tulips can equal the dual beauty of this Double Late (Peony-Flowered) type, for Belicia opens one color and then turns another..., all the while keeping its exquisite form and fresh look. The new blooms are a bright lemon-yellow with a carmine edge, adding a glorious burst of sunshine to the bulb garden. Then, as they mature, the yellow becomes cream and finally pure white, while the carmine lipstick deepens to rich burgundy. Spectacular! Arising on stems just 18 inches high, these flowers are weather-resistant, opening late enough to miss the worst of the spring tempests and sturdy-stemmed enough to withstand the occasional strong wind or rainstorm. Theres no doubt, however, that they last longest and appear to most beautiful advantage in the vase, where you can keep an eye on their daily color change up close! Belicia is a Double Late variety, blooming at about the same time as the Parrots and the Single Lates. It unfurls to great size, but is magnificently lovely from the moment it opens, its petal tips a cluster of bright magenta at the center of the bloom. A large planting of Belicia is a rewarding sight, some of the blooms fresh yellow, others streaked with cream, and still others gleaming white. Site this Tulip in very well-drained soil receiving full sun to light shade, or plant in your favorite container. It needs no maintenance beyond enough water to keep it from drying out, and will return for years. In very warm climates, plant the bulb deeper than recommended, and mix some perlite in with heavy or clay soils to lighten it. Foolproof color, straight from the Dutch growing fields to your garden! Pack of 10. 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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Wedding Ruffles is a rare combination that Helleborus fans have been craving for years: bright white color on lush, fully double b...looms! Bred for the spring garden, Wedding Ruffles is also the perfect addition to a bridal bouquet! This cultivar is the result of 15 years of careful hand-breeding by Wayside alumnus Chris Hansen. Part of the Winter Thriller? series, this Lenten Rose was 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! Wedding Ruffles complements snowy winter landscapes beautifully with the pristine white color of its blooms. Like all Helleborus, Wedding Ruffles requires a good amount of 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. Zones 4 to 8. read more

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Genti Blue® is an extraordinary source of early summer color, producing clouds of rich blue blooms! Compact and striking enough to... earn its place in a container, this colorful cultivar also makes an incredible row of blooms for the front of the border or even a great splash of color for the rock garden! The Latin name Campanula glomerata means a tight grouping of small bells, which is quite appropriate for the form of this species, commonly known as Clustered Bellflower. Genti Blue® grows large trusses of small violet-blue bell-shaped flowers. While each individual flower is fairly small, they create an impressive display by arising in profusion, drenching the whole top of the plant in rich amethyst color. The terminal clusters of blooms open first on top of the plant, then as the summer wears on, the axil clusters open along the side of the plant for even more color! The display reaches its peak in early summer, with secondary bloom clusters keeping the show alive throughout the rest of the summer. Plant Genti Blue® in well-drained soil in full sun or light shade. It prefers moderately moist soil, but it is better to err on the dry side than the wet side. Once established, this plant will tolerate heat and drought well, blooming and reblooming through the summer. The blooms attract pollinators like bees and hummingbirds to play amongst their bright white, playfully curled stamens/anthers. In the winter the foliage goes dormant, and can be cleaned up. It will return the next year as striking as ever! And since Genti Blue® is relatively untroubled by deer and other pests, it will be happy in its spot for years! Zones 3 to 8. read more

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US Plant Patent Applied For. Cultivar Name: Green 03-018. Named for the perplexing, complex nature of its pink and white colors as... well as its resemblance to the popular Pink Perfection, October Magic® Pink Perplexion is a Camellia so alluring that no garden should be without it! This semi-dwarf cultivar is compact enough to squeeze in larger containers or smaller garden spots, and the mysterious pink blooms come on heavily even at a young age. 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® Pink Perplexion is exceptional in the series for its creamy pink blooms and its conveniently compact habit (one of the only Camellias that stay under 5 feet!). Like other Camellias, October Magic® Pink Perplexion 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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You will understand why this Ostrich fern is called The King when you see the noble way it postures its enormous fronds! Larger an...d more heat-tolerant than the species, this royal cultivar will make a big vase-shaped display in rich, moist spots. It is perfectly suited to the shaded leaf litter of woodland gardens or for rain gardens in partly-shady spots. Widely grown in Victorian gardens, Ferns are now enjoying a renaissance of popularity. Few plants impart such a light, airy, cooling effect in the landscape, or provide such a range of foliage textures for the garden. Our plants are of northern ancestry for extra hardiness, and they only perform better and better with age! Ostrich Fern is one of the largest, most impressive varieties, and is exceptionally easy to grow in a variety of light exposures. It is growing in popularity among gardeners because of its elegant form and ease of culture. The King is one of the most impressive ferns of all, with very long, gracefully arching stipes rising from a large crown and spreading out in a vase shape to hold their enormous, finely-cut fronds up for your careful inspection. Plant it shallowly in a moist, well-drained, humus-rich soil, keep it mulched all year long, and watch as it spreads over time to form stunning colonies! 1 Quart Container. Zones 3 to 7. read more

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Design the tulip garden you have always wanted with Oxford Red, a classic Darwin Hybrid that represents the very best in Tulips: t...he fire-engine red color, the egg-shaped blooms, the long-lasting presence in garden or vase. If youre looking for the tulip, Oxford Red is the one! Classified as a Single Late Tulip, Oxford Red 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 Red 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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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! Pagan Purples is the newest and boldest New Millennium?, featuring the deepest, richest shades of violet and midnight-blue yet, with multiple hues on individual blooms. 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!. Pagan Purples 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. --And just to keep things interesting, a very small percentage of Pagan Purples will be white, mauve, or semi-double! 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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Its the dream of many a northern gardener -- to enjoy the sweet fragrance and luscious fruit of an orange tree in their very own l...andscape. Well, this dwarf Navel Orange makes that a reality, with its dwarf evergreen habit (suitable for containers) and ease of culture! You can grow this tree in the garden in zones 9-11, but for the rest of us, a container will be just fine. Set it outdoors from spring to frost, or give it the bright, direct sun of a big window. It will bring very fragrant white blooms and early-maturing, seedless fruit to your table year after year! For best results, remove the young fruit the first year, so the tree can concentrate its energy on strengthening the trunk and branching out. In subsequent years, the fruit will ripen about 7 to 10 months after the blooms appear. Easy to prune to desired shape, this is the perfect container tree! Six to eight feet tall, four to eight feet wide. Zones 9-10 in the garden; everywhere else in containers. Zones 9-11. Cannot ship to AZ, CA, FL, HI, LA, TX. read more

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This exotic beauty comes to us bearing European awards for its superb form and color patterning. Reminiscent of Hippeastrum papili...o, the popular Butterfly Amaryllis, Rio Negro charms with pinstriped red-and-white blooms with long, slender, widely-space petals. But it also adds a purple-streaked stem and very prolific blooms, creating the ideal winter holiday plant. Rio Negro offers 1 to 3 stems per bulb. Each stem bears anywhere from 1 to 3 buds. The result is a bouquet of blooms over many, many weeks! And each flower is 6 inches wide (or a bit more), with a white base overlaid in dark red that appears solid near the base, fanning out into very narrow stripes as the petal progresses. Stunning! Expect Rio Negro to reach between 12 and 18 inches high. A Cybister type, it was developed from many strains of South American species. The long filaments are colorful as well. Such a refreshing change from traditional Amaryllis, it makes an attention-getting and very prolific holiday 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. Zones 10-11. read more

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Complete the look of your Nantucket Window Box with a pair of decorative supports. The curved brackets are the perfect finishing t...ouch to your installation. Made from high quality polyethylene which offers a beautiful finishing touch with a classy look. Decorative brackets attach easily to the existing wall mount brackets that come with the Nantucket Window Boxes. Includes 2 decorative brackets and 4 mounting screws. Dimensions are 32 x 15.5 x 15.5 Comes with a 15 year limited warranty. Available in red, green, white, black, and clay. read more

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