Butterfly Daisy

Butterfly Daisy
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The Daisy Butterfly, ‘Argyranthemum frutescens’, is a fantastic release from Proven Winners. The Daisy ‘Butterfly’ is a heat-tolerant marguerite Daisy with oomph. ‘Butterfly’ produces canary-yellow flowers throughout the summer ­ even without deadheading. Daisy’s require a sunny spot with fertile, well-drained soil and should be kept well watered in the summer. Daisy’s may be used as a cut flower and they are excellent in window boxes, pots, and rock gardens. The Daisy is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds, plus they are resistant to deer. These Daisys are winter hardy to USDA Zones 10-11 and they are grown as an annual in other cooler climatic zones. Deadhead spent flowers to encourage additional bloom. The deeply cut, dark green leaves are aromatic when bruised. For zones 9-11, this plant can also be a perennial..

Petunia Supertunia® Vista Fuchsia

Petunia Supertunia® Vista Fuchsia
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Petunia Supertunia Vista Fuchsia, Petunia hybrid ‘Supertunia® Vista Fuchsia’ PPAF, displays tons of dark pink flowers in a mound. ‘Vista Fuchsia’ is a vigorous bloomer, and like other ‘Vistas’, lasts longer than other varieties! Supertunia is a long time favorite of growers and gardeners. They’re virtually maintenance free and bloom continuously throughout the season. They have large blossoms that attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Add a slow release fertilizer to top dress the basket or container. If you plant your own basket, incorporate some of the slow release fertilizer in the soil as you plant. Do this every couple of weeks all summer to keep the blooms healthy! Petunias will provide long-term color in full sun areas throughout the season. They are ideal for baskets, beds, balconies and combination plantings. Petunias are very heat and drought tolerant once established in the ground or pot. They do not need to have their dead flower heads removed to continue flowering and they are not leggy. The Supertunia is self-cleaning and this is not necessarily true of all petunias! ‘Vista Fuchsia’ grows fast and therefore needs ample moisture and fertilizer. It is a vigorous, mounding plant that is perfect for your landscape. Plant in mass for a brilliant display of deep pink all season! This plant can be a perennial in zones 9-11. In zones 3-8 it is an annual only. * Deep pink flowers* Container or landscape plant* Vigorous bloomer.

Sugar Baby Watermelon

Sugar Baby Watermelon
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Smaller Watermelon for Smaller Gardens Sugar Baby Watermelon, Citrullus lanatus ‘Sugar Baby’, is a very sweet melon that does not require the space of larger varieties. Watermelon ‘Sugar Baby’ is a 10 to 20 lbs. melon that is firm, sweet, and has red/orange flesh with small, dark brown seeds. The thick rind turns from dark green to almost black when mature. Growing Sugar Baby watermelon is easy & this early maturing variety provides abundant melons. Sugar Baby Watermelons are popular, small, round and sweet, dark skinned watermelon for summer treats. The pink flesh is mouth-watering, flavorsome and not too seedy, while the rind is quite tough and resists cracking. Watermelons like well-drained, sandy loam with a pH of 6 to 6.8. They don’t want wet feet, and regular, but average, water will do. * Great for smaller gardens* Early ripening to enjoy all summer* Heavy producer .

Sungold Cherry Tomato

Sungold Cherry Tomato
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Sungold Cherry Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum ‘Sungold’, is a golden cherry tomato that is very productive offering its fruits very early in the season. ‘Sungold’ fruits are light orange colored, thin-skinned and very sweet. Not quite gold and not quite red but when orange, the flavour is outstanding! Rich and fruity tomatoes in long trusses on vigorous indeterminate vines keep on producing all summer. A must for garden snacks with a taste that can’t be beat. Tomatoes should be planted outside after the last average frost date. In warm winter/hot summer areas, tomatoes can be planted in early fall for winter harvest. Tomatoes prefer well drained soil that is high in organic matter. Tomatoes need at least 1 inch of water a week. Soak to depth of 6 to 10 inches when watering. They need at least 6 hours of direct sunlight a day. If you are growing tomatoes in a pot, use plastic because it prevents evaporation and afternoon wilts..

Rutgers Tomato

Rutgers Tomato
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Old-time Favorite Ideal for Canning Rutgers Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum ‘Rutgers Tomato’), is an attractive, old-time favorite with a full-bodied flavor. Ideal for canning, ‘Rutgers’ ripens from the inside out providing bright red 7 oz. fruits. At one time, Rutgers tomato plants became the most famous worldwide and once made up over 70% of the tomatoes being processed in the United States. Rutgers is still a popular variety that will easily supply the most tomato hungry household with an abundance of tomatoes. After all these years, it is still one of the best! It is disease resistant. Tomatoes should be planted outside after the last average frost date. In warm winter/hot summer areas, tomatoes can be planted in early fall for winter harvest. Tomatoes prefer well drained soil that is high in organic matter. Tomatoes need at least 1 inch of water a week. Soak to depth of 6 to 10 inches when watering. They need at least 6 hours of direct sunlight a day. If you are growing tomatoes in a pot, use plastic because it prevents evaporation and afternoon wilts.  * Best seller* Disease resistant* Abundant producer .

Big Beef Tomato

Big Beef Tomato
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The Tomato Big Beef, ‘Lycopersicon lycopersicum’, is a beefmaster type with twice the yields. Coupled with old-fashioned, rich flavor Big Beef features colossal fruit size and yield, uniformity and a full spectrum of disease resistance. The fruits are globe-shaped and smooth, weighing 8 oz. to 1 pound. It is a indeterminate variety to try in virtually any climate because they adapt easily to different environments. It is excellent for slicing or in salads. This is close to the perfect tomato plant. Tomatoes should be planted outside after the last average frost date. In warm winter/hot summer areas, tomatoes can be planted in early fall for winter harvest. Tomatoes prefer well drained soil that is high in organic matter. Tomatoes need at least 1 inch of water a week. Soak to depth of 6 to 10 inches when watering. They need at least 6 hours of direct sunlight a day. * Huge tomatoes* Disease resistant* Easy to grow .

Better Boy Tomato

Better Boy Tomato
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The Tomato Better Boy, Solanum lycopersicum ‘Better Boy’, is a popular all around hybrid, featuring high yields of smooth textured fruit with excellent flavor. The Better Boy tomato has been a household name among home gardeners for years. Better Boy tomatoes consistently produces good yields of smooth, large, flavorful tomatoes that weigh about 1/2 to 1 pound each. The Better Boy tomatoes are deep red and meaty and have dense foliage cover so fruits are less likely to get sun scald. Tomatoes should be planted outside after the last average frost date. In warm winter/hot summer areas, tomatoes can be planted in early fall for winter harvest. Tomatoes prefer well drained soil that is high in organic matter. Tomatoes need at least 1 inch of water a week. Soak to depth of 6 to 10 inches when watering. They need at least 6 hours of direct sunlight a day. * Very popular tomato* High yielding* Easy to grow.

Dill Plant

Dill Plant
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Unique Garden Plant Has Many Culinary Uses The Dill plant, Anethum graveolens, is an erect, hardy annual of the parsley family. The leaves are thin, wispy and fern like. The plant yields two different herbs: dill seed (the fruit of the plant) and dill weed (the top eight inches of the leaves). Dill blooms and sets seeds when nights are short and days are warm. The delicate, feathery plants are blue green and grow from 3 to 5 feet tall. Dill requires to be fertilized in the early spring, this will ensure hearty growth throughout the summer. The dill plants should be sheltered from winds. Although necessary for good pickles, there are many more ways dill can be used. Dill is tasty with eggs and poached fish, especially salmon. Add fresh dill to pasta or marinate chicken in plain yogurt and lots of fresh dill before grilling. Use fresh dill in potato salad, coleslaw, fresh beets, muffins and hollandaise sauce. Dill seed improves digestion and appetite and sweetens the breath. The oil kills bacteria and relieves flatulence. Dill is a unique additon to any garden. Buy yours today! * Grows 3 to 5 feet tall* Dill is part of the parsley family* Many culimary uses .

Sweet 100 Cherry Tomato

Sweet 100 Cherry Tomato
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Enjoy Sweet, Mouth-watering Cherry Tomatoes The Sweet 100 Chrry Tomato, Lycopersicon lycopersicum ‘Sweet 100’, has huge multiple-branched clusters producing 100 or more small sweet fruits. Smaller than cherry tomatoes with a mouth-watering flavor. The Sweet 100 should be staked for best results. This is an indeterminate tomato variety. Sweet 100 Cherry Tomatoes should be planted outside after the last average frost date. In warm winter/hot summer areas, tomatoes can be planted in early fall for winter harvest. Tomatoes prefer well drained soil that is high in organic matter. Tomatoes need at least 1 inch of water a week. Soak to depth of 6 to 10 inches when watering. They need at least 6 hours of direct sunlight a day. * Smaller than typical cherry tomatoes* Amazing flavor* Easy to grow.

Greek Oregano Plant

Greek Oregano Plant
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This Groundcover Herb Packs a Strong Flavor The Greek Oregano, ‘Origanum vulgare hirtum’, is a more prostrate and more highly scented than Italian oregano. Greek Oregano blooms readily in the second year. Origanum vulgaris hirtum is the true Greek Oregano with flavor so intense it numbs the end of your tongue when fresh, and like all culinary oreganos, the flower of Greek Oregano is white. Planting in well-drained soil will help during periods of excessive rain, and raised beds filled with organic topsoil and compost is good for this plant also. Like most herbs, six hours of sun is preferable to fully develop those mouthwatering flavors. In hot summer areas, afternoon shade can cut down on watering and stress to the plant. And mulching is always a good practice to improve the soil and help keep root zone temperatures moderate. Greek Oregano has a strong flavor but it doesn’t hold up well to prolonged cooking, especially when used fresh. Harvest fresh leaves right before you are going to use them. Pick several kinds of cooking herbs and make a culinary bouquet. Greek Oregano chopped and mixed with garlic, salt, and olive oil makes a great marinade for pork, beef, or roasted potatoes. Add a little Rosemary to the marinade and use it on poultry. Greek Oregano can be used fresh or dried. * Low maintenance* Groundcover* Easy to grow  .

Bright Lights Swiss Chard

Bright Lights Swiss Chard
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A Rainbow of Colors for Your Garden & Salads! Bright Lights Organic Swiss Chard is a beautiful rainbow of mixed colored stems: red, white, yellow, gold, orange, pink, and candy-striped. It has green and bronze leaves that are eye-catching in salads and landscapes. Being an All-America Winner, this stunning chard is easy to grow; eat it like spinach or beet greens. It can be picked from late spring until winter. Swiss Chard grows best in full sun and will tolerate light shade. Adapted for multiple cuttings. AAS 1998. * Multiple crops each year* Used in salads* Easy to grow.

Colocasia Coffee Cups

Colocasia Coffee Cups
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Unique Elephant Ear with Black Stems Colocasia Coffee Cups, Colocasia ‘Coffee Cups’, is an exciting new elephant ear that has black stems and black-tinted dark green leaves that form an upright cup which will hold water. ‘ Coffee Cups’ will add striking height to your combo planters. New elephant’s ears are always fun to try, especially when you find one as unusual as this one. With its nearly black stems, cup-shaped leaves, and vigorous growth habit, ‘Coffee Cups’ will make a quick impact.  It is perfect to add pizzazz from the middle to the back of a border. With this elephant’s ear, you get height, rich color, and intriguing leaves and a fun name. Divide in winter or early spring. This plant can be a perennial in zones 9-11. In zones 3-8 it is an annual only. * Fast growing* Rich color* Intriguing leaves .

Cyperus Baby Tut

Cyperus Baby Tut
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Exotic grass for your pond or pool!  Drenched in sweat and desperate for relief from the sun, they saw the crystal clear pool of water shimmering in the heat and sand. Using the last bit of strength left in them they ran to it and dove headlong into the cool water. The pool was shaded by palms and grasses lining the banks. Eventually they paddled to the shore and fell asleep among the reeds. Refreshed as the sun was setting, they decided that this should be more than a resting spot…this should be home. Make your own backyard an oasis by planting beds of Graceful Grasses Baby Tut Umbrella Grass around your pool or in your pond. Thriving in moist soil – or even planted in standing water – Baby Tut will give a quintessentially exotic look to your landscape. Tall slender reed-like stems hold sprays of green leaves out straight like umbrellas.  A much smaller version of the typical cyperus grass, Baby Tut only grows 2 feet tall and wide, which makes it perfect for smaller gardens, water features and even well-watered containers. If you live somewhere where winter temps never get below 25 degrees, Baby Tut will give you years of pleasure. If you tend toward colder winters, Baby Tut is a great annual that will bring some of the tropics to your home landscape. Baby Tut is easy to grow and sure to impress. Don’t wait for the heat of summer – buy yours today! * Exotic foliage * Full sun * Easy care * Thrives with wet feet * Great in container* Zones 3-8 plant can be used as an annual .

Angelonia Angelface White

Angelonia Angelface White
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The Angelonia Angelface ®White, ‘Angelonia angustifolia hybrid’, displays gorgeous white flowers. Angelface White comes from a great new series for Proven Winners. These Angelonias have been bred for flower performance as well as a great upright branching growth habit. Angelonias in containers make full blooming specimen plants that are great for the patio and yard. Planted in the landscape, Angleface will WOW gardeners. They will flower well into the fall season. The flower stems are great for making vase arrangements providing enjoyment for 10 days or more. Use this plant in containers, beds, in combinations, planter boxes or borders. * For zones 9-11, this plant can also be a perennial.* Deer resistant* Drought tolerant    .

Vanilla Butterfly Daisy

Vanilla Butterfly Daisy
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Heat Tolerant Daisy Blooms for Months The Daisy Vanilla Butterfly, ‘Argyranthemum frutescens’, is a fantastic release from Proven Winners. The Daisy Vanilla Butterfly’ is a heat-tolerant marguerite daisy with oomph. The Vanilla Butterfly’ produces large soft creamy white daisy flowers all season long. Daisy’s require a sunny spot with fertile, well-drained soil and should be kept well watered in the summer. Daisy’s may be used as a cut flower and they are excellent in window boxes, pots, and rock gardens. The daisy is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds, plus they are resistant to deer. These Daisys are winter hardy to USDA Zones 10-11 and they are grown as an annual in other cooler climatic zones. Deadhead spent flowers to encourage additional bloom. The deeply cut, dark green leaves are aromatic when bruised.  For zones 9-11, this plant can also be a perennial. * Great as cut flowers* Deer resistant* Attracts butterflies .