Score big with this garden pink! No need for a slam tilt here! Devon Cottage Pinball Wizard Dianthus is a jackpot. This standout garden pink has all the right stuff for a garden flower – size, vigor, color and a spicy scent! Pinball Wizard starts blooming in the spring with masses of fancy white and hot pink striped flowers on top of gorgeous blue-silver foliage. The flowers are double, looking more like carnations than not. They bloom steadily all the way until fall on strong stems that are just begging to be cut. They have such a strong spicy clove scent, you’ll want to pick armloads to bring inside. These beauties attract butterflies, birds and bees and keep your garden humming with activity. Pinball Wizard is great in the border and bed and excels as a potted plant. Give it well-drained soil and keep it deadheaded and it will repeat bloom all summer for you! Super hardy, this particular variety overwinters well even up into zone 5! Devon Cottage Pinball Wizard Dianthus is a sure thing for your garden this year! Order now! * Striking stripes* Heavenly scent* Hardy and carefree once established * Attracts hummingbirds, bees and butterflies* Great cut flower.
Tropical Flair in a Cold Hardy Perennial The Crocosmia Lucifer, ‘Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora’, a spring planted corm, produces beautiful red flowers. The flowers are very showy, and they make great cut flowers. It is cold hardy to zone 5, making this is a great perennial for northern gardens that want a tropical look. The Crocosmia is also commonly known as Montbretia. The flowers bloom from summer through fall. Crocosmias are clump forming and bloom best in crowded conditions. Even when not in bloom, Crocosmia Lucifer has attractive, tropical looking foliage. * Attracts hummingbirds* Looks great in containers* Provides spiky texture to your garden.
Fluffy Red & White Bunny Tails! Red Bunny Tails is just as much fun to grow as the name implies! The delightful blooms begin as a dramatic burgundy/red, transitioning to fluffy puffs of white atop the slender grass. Although named “bunny tails”, the blooms are more reminiscent of a rabbit’s foot, with a longer, showier display. The blooms start their show in mid-summer and continue right on into fall. The vibrant, green grass grows in a clumping manner, rising up tall and straight with a gentle arch that provides dramatic appeal as it gracefully sways on the afternoon breeze. Red Bunny Tails will grow up to 36 inches high with a 30 inch spread. It has an upright, arching nature. Red Bunny Tails is adaptive to a variety of soils and thrives in full sun locations. Plant a few for an impressive border, use one as a specimen or even place one in a large container. Cut a few for a natural display on your kitchen table or dry some of the blooms for later use in crafts. It’s as functional as it is lovely. Red Bunny Tails serves as an annual or perennial depending upon your conditions, increasing its versatility. Grasses are always a natural-looking addition to the home landscape and Red Bunny Tails has the added advantage of not only being beautiful, but fun. Plant a Red Bunny Tails today and bring some of this versatile grass’ adorable whimsy to your yard today. * Adaptive to a variety of soils* Heat & drought tolerant* Works well in containers* Disease resistant.
Fragrant garden pink explodes in spring! Not shy by any means, these double burgundy-red flowers have a soft pink edge, are very fragrant and will be the stars of your garden this year! Everlast Burgundy Blush Dianthus is a blushing beauty, but not a wallflower. This pretty garden pink is everything you want in a garden flower – color, scent and tremendous spring bloom! Burgundy Blush blooms so strongly in the spring with masses of flowers on top of gorgeous grey-green foliage that you will think it’s going to explode from the garden. The flowers are double, like little carnations (of which they’re a relative). Even though they super-bloom in the spring, they will bloom steadily all the way until fall if you keep them deadheaded. The strong clove scent will attract butterflies, birds, bees and neighbors! They will keep your garden humming with activity all season long. Burgundy Blush is great in the front of the border and looks great massed in flowerbeds. It loves well drained soil and will add hot color to your rock garden. Super hardy, Burgundy Blush has done well even up to zone 3! Let Everlast Burgundy Blush Dianthus blast your garden to full speed this spring! * Striking pink/red picotee color* Spicy scent* Hardy and carefree once established * Attracts hummingbirds, bees and butterflies* Great cuts and good container plant.
Flowers That Remain in Position When Twisted on the Stem! Pink Manners Obedient Plant, Physostegia virginiana ‘Pink Manners’, produces flowers that have long spikes in four neat vertical rows, and begin opening from the bottom up! The lovely pink flowers truly stand out against the strong stemmed dark green glossy foliage. In midsummer, pale pink to white buds open to lavender pink flowers with white throats. ‘Pink Manners’ is well-behaved and has a clumping habit. It earned its common name because you can bend the individual flowers in any direction you like – a nice feature for floral displays. ‘Pink Manners’ has flowers that remain in position when twisted on the stem! No staking is required on this new strictly upright, strong stemmed, clump forming perennial. Plant this beautiful ‘Pink Manners’ in beds, borders and cut flower gardens. This plant prefers moist soil high in organic matter and requires average but consistent watering. ‘Pink Manners’ needs a full sun area but will tolerate some afternoon shade, in well-drained soil. It is also deer resistant Use ‘Pink Manners’ in borders, mixed plantings, massed plantings (especially to separate other colors), in large containers or as cut flowers. You will find ‘Pink Manners’ a delight in the garden with its summer-long display of lovely lavender pink flowers and clean, upright and strong stemmed foliage! * Long Spikes of Pink Flowers* Deer Resistant* Makes a Great Cut Flower.
The Coneflower ‘Ruby Star’, Echinacea purpurea ‘Ruby Star’, produces large, intense carmine red, daisy-like flowers with a dark bronze pincushion-like center cone. These flowers grow on 40 inch tall stems from late spring through fall! Ruby Star’ is a great sun-loving and drought tolerant perennial; attracts butterflies! This coneflower is stunning with ornamental grasses, easy to grow in full sun to part shade, and does best in full sun. This plant adapts to drought, moist soil, heat, humidity and poor soil. Coneflowers do double duty when it comes to benefiting wildlife. The new flowers provide nectar for butterflies and other pollinators, while old flowers provide seed for songbirds. The dead flower stems will remain erect well into the winter and, if flower heads are not removed, are often visited by goldfinches and other birds to feed on the seed. For best results, plant ‘Ruby Star’ in full sun in a well drained area. It is a great choice for cut flowers, and it adds a wilderness look to your garden! * Heat and humidity tolerant* Food for wildlife* Tall stems .