Allium ((USDA Organic) Chives, Allium schoenoprasum ‘(Chives)’, is a grass onion that has tube shaped leaves with pink flowers. Oils said to have anti-fungal and insecticide properties. Nice companion plant in gardens. Attractive garden border. When used for cooking, it has a delicate onion flavor. Chop generously on seafood, especially salmon.Flowers can be gently fried in batter, or try scattering the florets on your salad for color and taste. Flavors are diminished by cooking so sprinkle over foods at last minute. Medicinal: Steam from boiled leaves used as a decongestant..
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.
Profuse Pink PowerHeuchera Vienna, Heuchera ‘Vienna’, is amazingly versatile and reliable. It shows off a wonderful orange to rose-orange leaf color which fades to a green with red veins. It matures into a mounding compact plant.The reblooming rose pink flowers appear on short wands in summer. It blooms and blooms, and anyone who sees this plant is bound to be impressed!Used in the front of the border, for accent, or in containers, Vienna will hold its color all season. This coral bell can handle full sun in the north, but in the southern areas morning sun is best.Cold and drought tolerant and withstanding heat and humidity, nothing seems to phase this plant. But to keep ‘Vienna’ looking its best, be sure to water in hot, dry weather, giving the plant about one inch of water per week. Deer resistant.Attracting butterflies and hummingbirds, this coral bell will surely become a “must have” in the garden with it outstanding texture, vigor and vibrant color!* Orange Red Leaves Fade to Green* Profuse and Extended Flowering* Heat and Humidity Tolerant.
Add Texture & Movement with this Compact Ornamental GrassThe Grass, ‘Dwarf Fountain Grass’, Pennisetum alopecuroides ‘Hameln’, is a great grass for a specimen or in mass plantings.The leaves are narrow and arch. The seed-heads resemble bottle brushes which are a rose copper bristly head. It truly gives a fountain like appearance. The mature flowers last until winter freezes shatter the seed heads! It is only 2′ tall.Ornamental Grasses are gaining in popularity all over the U.S. due to their undemanding nature and long lasting, year round beauty. There is nothing that adds such interesting forms, textures and movement to a garden, than with this diverse plant group.They can be planted along banks of ponds, incorporated into perennial gardens, grouped together, utilized as a ground cover along walkways, paths or on steep banks.They aren’t fussy about soil requirements, are drought tolerant as well as insect and disease resistant. Dwarf Fountain prefers full sun and well drained-soils. If planted in partial shade, little or no flowering will occur.* Rose-Copper Colored Seed Heads* Compact 2′ Tall Plant* Fountain Shape* Easy to Grow* Drought Tolerant .
On the Edge of BlueThe Hosta Paul’s Glory, Hosta ‘Paul’s Glory’, was Hosta of the year in 1999. The large pointed leaves are a brilliant gold with a wide blue edge!The pale lavender flowers of this fast growing hosta appear in early summer on 2 foot stems, providing bright color in shade. ‘Paul’s Glory’ is a low care perennial that is ideal for shady positions, tubs and patio pots, and is one of the most popular landscape plants. A great choice for any beginner gardener!It is best to keep areas around hostas clear of excess leaf debris to reduce the presence of slugs and snails. ‘Paul’s Glory’ is at home in well moist, well-drained, highly organic soils with a pH between 5.5 and 7.5. Sandy loam is better than clay because it provides more aeration for the roots.Plant ‘Paul’s Glory’ in an area that receives the right amount of light. The leaves need some morning sun to bring out the best coloration.Too much sun will burn the leaves.Hosta experts believe that ‘Paul’s Glory’ is one of the best gold Hostas available!*Heart Shaped Gold Leaves with Blue Edges*Pale Lavender Flowers*Full Shade to Part Sun.
Winter Hardy Wine Red GrassPrairie Winds ‘Cheyenne Sky’ Red Switch Grass offers a relaxing, soft rustling sound as it sways in the breeze, and also adds a great visual interest in the landscape. This versatile grass is great in containers, mass plantings, or can stand alone. From Proven Winners, ‘Cheyenne Sky’ Panicum virgatum USPPAF forms a tight, v-shaped, 3′ clump of blue-green foliage that turns wine red in early summer. By late summer, the plant is almost totally saturated in color and forms wine red flower clusters.Panicum ‘Cheyenne Sky’ is sturdy enough to withstand the cold winter unless the snow is too heavy. Leave ‘Cheyenne Sky’ in the garden and, unless covered in snow, it will turn a deep shade of tan and remain through winter.It displays a nice architectural touch in the perennial border, where many plants die back during the coldest months. Topped by 1′ long blooms of burgundy that make fine indoor cuts and attract birds in the autumn garden, ‘Cheyenne Sky’ is a masterpiece in manageable form!Indifferent to heat, humidity, drought, wind, and salt, it is a carefree presence you will appreciate anew with each seasonal color change.* Wine Foliage and Flowers* Cold Hardy* Attracts Wildlife.
Ground Hugging Shrub Thrives in Sun AND Shade!The Euonymus Canadale Gold, ‘Euonymus fortunei ‘Canadale Gold’, produces large green leaves with a deep golden yellow margin that are borne on strong branches to form a sturdy compact plant.The glossy oval leaves of ‘Canadale Gold’ are ornamentally significant and the flowers produce pink capsules from mid to late fall.This Euonymus is a multi-stemmed evergreen shrub with a ground-hugging habit of growth. Its relatively fine texture sets it apart from other landscape plants with less refined foliage.This shrub performs well in both full sun and full shade. It is very adaptable to both dry and moist locations, and should do just fine under average home landscape conditions.* Widely adaptable ground cover!* Ground hugging evergreen shrub* Thrives in sun & shade .
Japanese Spurge (pachysandra terminalis variegate) Groundcover with Ornamental Foliage Japanese Spurge is a perennial groundcover with ornamental foliage. Dress up those barren areas under your trees, or plant a few on a shady slope for some colorful definition year round. Your Japanese Spurge is an evergreen that knows how to liven up those dry, shady spots in the yard. Its oval leaves create a dense groundcover with various shades of green and white that are sure to lend a distinctive, finished look to wherever you plant it. Each 4-inch, glossy leaf is endowed with both muted and dark greens. This blend of colors is accented by serrated edges adorned with creamy white highlights. The understated elegance of the rich foliage will be the perfect complement to your other plantings. Japanese Spurge maintains its color quite well in shade, but will whiten if exposed to too much sun. As an added benefit your Japanese Spurge will welcome spring with 2-inch spikes of white blossoms before settling in for the rest of the season. Deer and rabbits leave it alone, and you can too as it requires very little maintenance. It doesn’t mind dense shade and is drought tolerant as well. There are no serious disease or pest problems or concern, so you won’t have to buy expensive sprays or treatments. All in all your Japanese Spurge is a lovely groundcover that will serve you and your landscape well. *Decorative Foliage*Spring Flowers.
Japanese Andromeda – Sarabande, Pieris japonica ‘Sarabande’, is a jewel of a plant because the beauty of its unique showy blooms arrives just when we need that reminder of spring! Starting in March, Sarabande displays drooping chains of greenish white flower buds, then a profusion of pure white urn-shaped flowers appear in later winter or early spring. The flower clusters resemble those of lily of the valley. This elegant and hardy broadleaf evergreen offers something for every season with its wonderful flowering and dark glossy-green laurel-like leaves. Forming a small rounded shrub with a neat habit, Sarabande is an excellent addition to partially shaded areas of the garden. Preferring moist, acidic, well-drained soil, it works well in a border, in a container, or as a hedge. To have this shrub thrive and prosper, plant this Lily-of-the-Valley plant in moderately fertile, humus-rich, acidic soil; may need protection in winter until established. It is very low maintenance once established, and a year-round delight for the landscape..
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 resistantUse ‘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 Meadow Sage ‘Rose Queen’, Salvia nemorosa ‘Rosenkoenigin’, has bright rose-pink flower spikes that top 12 to 18-inch tall plants in summer.Meadow Sage is best used in highly visible areas in beds and borders since it is compact, with denser, more rounded mounds of foliage.You will adore this ‘Rose Queen’ as an accent plant, in mass plantings or containers. Being an easy to grow and drought tolerant plant, it blooms in early summer to midsummer, with repeat bloom into fall if deadheaded regularly. An excellent choice for gardeners who like re-seeding perennials that naturalize into their garden.Are you looking for a deer resistant plant and want butterflies, bees and hummingbirds to visit your yard? ‘Rose Queen’ will certainly provide all of this, and you will not just want one plant, instead, plant in groups of three or five.If you place the plants so they form a triangle or a sweep, they will grow together to make one clump. This beautiful cluster will create a landscape that will be the envy of the neighborhood!’Rose Queen’ is a real show stopper and adds structure and form, so let your imagination go wild, and place it in a sunny area where you can enjoy it all summer. Its spectacular rose-pink flowers make ‘Rose Queen’ worth growing.* Compact form* Profusion of rose-pink flowers* Drought tolerant .
Buttered Popcorn and A Summer Show!Daylily Buttered Popcorn, Hemerocallis ‘Buttered Popcorn’, is not just another gold daylily. It has fragrant buttery yellow 6″ flowers that bloom profusely in midsummer on well branched scapes. This tetraploid cultivar is well known for its incredible rebloom through fall and just “pops” with color!In southern zones ‘Buttered Popcorn’ is said to be an even better rebloomer than the very popular ‘Stella de Oro’. It is an excellent choice for an extended period of bloom, healthy foliage, and fragrant flowers.Daylilies are some of the easiest plants to grow and are a good choice for any gardener. They will grow in almost any soil and handle drought to wet soil conditions. Use for stand alone plantings, edging, in borders or in mixed containers and tubs.Planted together in large numbers, they quickly crowd out weeds and make a carefree and colorful ground cover. Daylilies can survive many harsh conditions that other plants cannot including: polluted city environments, slopes, poor and dry soils, near pavement that is salted in winter, and under Black Walnut trees (not affected by juglone). * Huge 6″ Buttery Yellow Blooms* Blooms All Summer* Fragrant.
Over 100 days of blooms!Everything about the Sioux Crape Myrtle tree is colorful – the leaves, the flowers, the bark. This tree will be a beacon in your landscape all year round.The show starts in the spring with a flush of beautiful green leaves. This is quickly followed by dark pink flowers that bloom continuously through the hottest part of summer without batting an eye. They keep coming all the way through the fall, too. As the flowers are fading the leaves turn stunning shades of red and purple. Even when they drop they tree is beautiful. The sloughing bark peels from dark brown to beige giving the trunks a marbled look.This is an exceptionally hardy sioux pink crape myrtle. It blooms farther north than many other crape myrtles. (It will even thrive under a blanket of ice and snow!) It is also heat tolerant and drought and disease resistant. It is tolerant of almost any soil type and flourishes where other flowering shrubs won’t.Lagerstroemia sioux crape myrtle is a perfect size for any garden. They don’t get too big or stay too small. They fit under utility lines with no problem.Being a crape myrtle, you can expect a long-lived shrub that will consistently give you a beautiful deep green leaves and clouds of flowers every year with no fuss. You can trim the branches in late fall or early winter before the flower buds set. ‘Sioux’ will reward you with over 100 days of blooms during the season.Don’t miss having this gold-medal winning pink stunner in your landscape this year. These are available right now. Don’t wait!* Very hardy in cold and heat* Dependable garden performer* Striking pink color* Faithful summer flowers.
Glowing Purple Beacons Attract ButterfliesThe Salvia ‘May Night’, Salvia nemorosa ‘Mainacht’, has glowing purple stems loaded with violet-purple flowers that bloom from June to October.With its blue-gray, lance-shaped aromatic foliage, it makes an attractive accent all summer long. It has a plant height of 18” and a spread of 18-24” and stays in excellent compact form.It was selected Perennial Plant of the year in 1997, and one can see why. Salvia ‘May Night’ should be planted in full sun in a moist well-drained area. To increase bloom time, it should be cut back after the first bloom. It can be clipped back hard after blooming to rejuvenate the foliage.‘May Night’ is a magnet for butterflies, bees and hummingbirds and is deer-resistant. It is hardy for container gardening and provides excellent cut flowers. This plant tolerates heat and humidity. You may divide this plant in early spring or fall.Its blooms look wonderful next to Sedum ‘Matrona’, Achillea ‘Coronation Gold’, and Saliva ‘Snow Hill’.* Glowing Purple Flowers* Blooms All Season* Loves Sun and Attracts ButterfliesSalvia Deadheading Will Reward You!.
Profusion Times ThreeThe Leucanthemum Daisy May, Leucanthemum superburn ‘Daisy Duke’ PP 21914 , is an easily grown compact workhorse. It has deep green foliage and produces an abundance of blooms of white petals with yellow centers throughout the summer. This plant is a stunner! It may have up to 3 times as many blooms as other shasta daisies!Daisy May is an exciting shasta daisy that is a must have plant. The lovely flowers last 2 weeks or more in the vase! This flower will bloom from spring until fall if deadheaded.This amazing and exciting shasta daisy is a must have plant for containers, borders, or as a specimen. These white blooms just light up a garden spot! Daisy May is ideal for beds and small gardens as well. Divide clumps as needed to maintain vigor.Good soil drainage is a must as wet boggy soils in winter can be deadly. For best results, cut flower stems back to basal leaves after flowering. Buy your Daisy May Shasta Daisy today! *Attracts Butterflies*Profusion of White Petalled Daisies All Season*Dark Green Foliage*Full Sun, Dry Soil, and Butterflies.