White Plumes Over Bronze Foliage The Astilbe Chinensis Visions in White, ‘Astilbe Chinensis PPAF’, produces a mulitude of large, fragrant, soft, white, triangular flowers that float above bronze green foliage for weeks. The ‘Visions in White’ is a robust plant with linen white plumes that offer a striking contrast against the mound of glossy, dark bronze green, lacy foliage. These mid summer blooming beauties are also ideal for containers, and gardens on the edge of woodlands. For maximum color and impact, mass astilbe in groups in partly shaded gardens. They are heat tolerant and will bloom until late summer, attracting butterfiles and hummingbirds. Astilbe needs well drained, but moist and highly organic soil; humusy forest gardens are a perfect example of where these plants will thrive, but these will tolerant drier soils than other Astilbes. They are diease, deer and rabbit resistant. The bright clear fragrant flowers reflect dappled sunlight in gardens for a dazzling effect. Drifts of this ‘Visions in White’ Astilbe are stunning and add an elegantly refined display in the landscape! * Prolific Dense White Plumes* Blooms Mid Summer Through Fall* Attracts Hummingbirds and Butterflies* Deer and Rabbit Resistant.
Vibrant burgundy daisies bloom for months! You might know Echinacea purpurea (purple coneflower) from the pretty purple flowers you see in big box stores every summer. If that’s the case, then Sombrero Baja Burgundy Coneflower is here to shake things up! The deep burgundy/purple flowers are unequalled in the purple coneflower world. They are vibrant and free-flowering for months, from mid-summer until the first frost. Plant Sombrero Baja Burgundy in full sun and average soil and it will pop with bright blooms all season. It is compact – only 2’ high and wide – but covers itself in lightly scented burgundy daisy-like flowers for months on end. Once Baja Burgundy is established it is drought, deer and rabbit resistant and will bring you years of pleasure. Perfect for perennial borders, natural meadows, butterfly or pollinator gardens and wildlife gardens. They look great in containers and are must-haves in the cutting garden. Baja Burgundy is one of the best cutting Echinacea’s on the market! On the other hand, birds love the high central cones and if you let the flowers dry on the plant they will animate your winter garden as much as they did the summer garden. Sombrero Baja Burgundy will bring a deeper shade of purple and tons of flowers to your garden. Order them before we sell out! * Rich purple-red flowers* Great cutting flowers* Drought and heat tolerant* Attracts birds and butterflies* Winter interest and wildlife food source.
Profusion of Pink Fringe The Dianthus ‘Firewitch’, Dianthus gratianopolitanus, is a beautiful pink flower that can be somewhat lacy and fringed. With its grassy blue-gray foliage and profuse blooming time, ‘Firewitch’ is one not to miss! Dianthus ‘Firewitch’ has a plant spread of 6-8” and a height of 6”. This dianthus will bloom from midsummer to early fall. In order for a longer bloom time, deadhead the blooms continuously throughout the summer. Dianthus needs a sunny site with well-drained soil, but will tolerate some shade in the afternoon and humidity. These fragrant, spicy dove-like flowers look wonderful as a border plant, rock gardens, along walks or paths, for edging and a definite in cottage gardens. ‘Firewitch’ needs a sunny site with well-drained soil, but will tolerate some shade in the afternoon along with humidity. Regular watering during prolonged dry spells will be necessary. However, this plant is tolerant of short periods of dryness. ‘Firewitch’ provides showers of cheerful, charming, lacy flowers that become a truly great addition to any perennial garden! * Delicate Pink Fringed Flowers* Blooms All Summer* Drought Tolerant.
Pristine white flowers till the first frost! Are you tired of replanting the annual flowerbed every year? Quick, easy color is good, but what if we could offer you a plant that fills your bed to overflowing with flowers that are easier to care for than annuals and get better every year? Perhaps it’s time to replant with Sombrero Blanco Coneflower. These pristine white versions of the native Echinacea purpurea (coneflower) will reliably fill your flower beds every year from mid-summer until the first frost. Plant Sombrero Blanco in full sun and average soil and it will reward you with snow-white blooms all season. It is compact – only 2’ high and wide – but covers itself in white daisy-like flowers with high gold-colored central cones for months on end. Once Blanco is established it is heat, drought, deer and rabbit resistant and will bring you years of pleasure. It is weather sturdy, too, bearing up to summer rain with finesse. Besides replacing your annuals, Blanco is well-suited to perennial borders, natural meadows, butterfly or pollinator gardens and wildlife gardens. They are perfect for containers and are stars in the cutting garden. Cut as many as you want – they will reflower freely. You should leave some on for the winter, though, because birds love the high central cones and if you let the flowers dry on the plant they will entertain the birds all winter. Sombrero Blanco will bring a refreshing shade of white and tons of flowers to your garden. Don’t wait to order yours! * Pristine white flowers* Great cutting flowers* Drought and heat tolerant* Attracts birds and butterflies* Winter interest and wildlife food source.
Coral pink color stuns on this native coneflower! Looking for something hot, hot, hot for your perennial beds and borders? A little tropical color to boost your border from ‘ho-hum’ to ‘WOW!’? If so, then it’s time to plant some Sombrero Hot Coral Coneflowers. These coral-pink versions of the native Echinacea purpurea (coneflower) are reliable bloomers that will fill your flower beds every year from mid-summer until the first frost with hot, tropical color. Sombrero Hot Coral needs to be planted in full sun and average soil, but once it is established it will reward you with eye-catching blooms all season. It is compact, growing only 2’ high and wide, so it will fit into any garden or container. Don’t let the compact size fool you, though, because Hot Coral covers itself in flushes of coral-pink daisy-like flowers with high bronze-colored central cones all through the season. Hot Coral will bring hot color to perennial borders, natural meadows, butterfly or pollinator gardens and wildlife gardens. You can keep cutting the flowers for bouquets and they will keep coming all summer and fall filling your vases. Leave some on for the winter, though, because birds love the high central cones and will enjoy picking at the dried flowers all winter. Sombrero Hot Coral will bring hot, tropical color and tons of flowers to your garden. Don’t wait to order yours! * Hot coral-pink flowers* Great cutting flowers* Drought and heat tolerant* Attracts birds and butterflies* Winter interest and wildlife food source.
Prolific magenta blooms on a vigorous, rounded perennial. Radiant magenta flowers with delicate, red veining appear to be sprinkled over the deeply-loped, bright green foliage of this remarkable perennial. Constant blooms throughout the summer ensure reliable color, and the foliage’s bronze hues late season bring some autumn interest to the landscape. Tiny Monster is a veritable powerhouse of artistry and utility. It’s a fast-growing, productive perennial that is sure to produce years of beauty for your garden. * Summer flowers* Fast growing* Fall interest* Hardy* Low maintenance* Adaptive to a variety of soils* Wildlife interest* Disease resistant* Deer and rabbit resistant.
Profusion Times Three The 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.
Astounding ruffled peach daylily! Peonies are queens in the flower world, commanding hefty price tags at the florist. If you’re lucky enough to grow them, you know that you only get a few weeks of blooms every year. What if you could have the look of those beauties throughout the summer and into the fall – without the price tag, upkeep or fuss? Let us introduce you to Siloam ‘Peony Display’ Daylily. What? A daylily that looks like a peony? You bet. This beautiful daylily cultivar from Proven Winners has elegant blooms up to 6 in. across that are so deeply ruffled they look more like peonies than daylilies. The blossoms are fully double and in a “you-have-to-see-it-to-believe-it” shade of blushing rose/peach with a sparkling dust of diamonds. With several flowers blooming at once, it looks like a florist’s bouquet growing in your garden! Siloam Peony Display has the same bullet-proof toughness of other daylilies – it can grow in harsh conditions that would make other flowers this pretty whither from fear: polluted city environments, near salted pavements, under Black Walnut Trees, on slopes and in poor and dry soils. These guys are so tough, they even bloom longer than usual! These flowers will stay open for 16 hours or more – way longer than many daylilies. They will give you a heavy flush of blooms in midsummer and then again toward the fall, with a light show all season long. Siloam Peony Display is a designer’s joy in color and form and a gardener’s joy in ease and reliability. You will love having this plant in your garden! * Designer favorite * Fully double * SCENTED* Blooms hold for 16 hours or more.
Compact Dynamo The Coreopsis ‘Zagreb’, Coreopsis verticillata, is a perky little prolific bloomer. It has a bonanza of bright yellow flowers that bloom from June through October. Winner of the 2001 RHS Award of Garden Merit, Coreopsis ‘Zagreb’ is a little shorter than the rest of the Coreopsis family. With a plant height of 15” and a spread of 12-18”, its delicate dark green foliage has an airy and delicate appearance. ‘Zagreb’ should be planted in full sun. It is drought-tolerant and tough but does need well-drained soil. It should be cut backing early and late summer to extend the bloom period. Coreopsis Zagreb looks great with any type of grass, in borders or mass plantings in sunny gardens. It is very effective in naturalized areas, rock and cottage gardens or wild gardens. No garden should be without it. * Prolific Number of Bright Yellow Flowers All Summer* Dark Green Foliage * Drought Tolerant Compact Plant.
Covered in Stunning Flowers All Season Long Gaura Siskiyou Pink (Gaura lindheimeri ‘Siskiyou Pink’) is a stunning garden plant that looks like a wildflower but acts like a well-behaved delight. The loose sprays of bubblegum-pink flowers raise from maroon buds all over the waving, airy stems of this beauty. When a breeze blows the stems wave and the flowers look like butterflies fluttering all over the plant. Gaura Shiskiyou Pink looks great paired with other wild-looking natives – coneflowers, yarrows and especially grasses where the waving flowers will both benefit and enliven them. Try them with miscanthus, muhly or fountain grasses for a stop-them-in-their-tracks garden combo. Siskiyou Pink makes a perfect container plant, too. Put a few around your sunny patio for motion and color all summer long. These delicate looking, but hardy plants are easy to grow. They don’t need deadheading, pruning or coddling. They do need well-drained soil, though, especially if they have a hard winter ahead. Otherwise they are very tolerant of drought and humidity. Hardy and easy to grow, these flowers will delight you all season long! * Long bloom season* Adds motion to your garden* Perfect in sunny borders and containers.
Bright Yellow and Dark Green The Coreopsis ‘Early Sunrise’, Coreopsis grandiflora, is a definite superstar among yellow flowers. This All-American Selections Gold Medal Award Winner has yellow flowers flush to orange-yellow near the center. The 2” blooms are crowded atop a neat, compact 24-inch plant! In the Tickseed family, the dark green thread leaf foliage makes a great contrast with the flower color. ‘Early Sunrise’ is a frog and hedgehog attractor. ‘Early Sunrise’ blooms at least 3 weeks before most others; blooms June through October. It should be planted in full sun and is drought-tolerant and tough, but does need well-drained soil. It should be cut back early and late summer to extend the bloom period. Coreopsis ‘Early Sunrise’ looks great with any type of grass, in borders or mass plantings in sunny gardens. Coreopsis is easy to grow making it a great plant for the beginning gardener. It is a hardy plant, but may need some protection in harsher climates. Since it thrives in poor soil and has low water needs, ‘Early Riser will easily add beauty to any trouble spot in your garden! * Early Bright Yellow Blooms* Very Dark Green Foliage* Loves Full Sun, Drought, Heat.
White Ringed Raspberries Dianthus Fire and Ice, Dianthus ‘Fire and Ice’, displays a rich, deep pink raspberry color. It is a stunning and fragrant 1-1½ flower that is splashed with light pink dots and trimmed with nearly smooth cool white picotee edging. ‘Fire and Ice’ is unlike some dianthus in that it has nearly smooth edged petals. It offers a profusion of flowers with a lovely sweet fragrance that will attract butterflies! The grey-green foliage of this dianthus, and its rounded compact habit, make it a fabulous plant for borders, in mass, or containers. Add a layer of mulch to protect the evergreen foliage in colder climates, but once the weather becomes warmer, remove the mulch. This will prevent root rot. ‘Fire and Ice’ needs a sunny site with well-drained soil, but will tolerate some shade in the afternoon along with humidity. Regular watering during prolonged dry spells will be necessary. However, this plant is tolerant of short periods of dryness. The charming flowers look wonderful as a border plant, rock gardens, along walks or paths, for edging and a definite in cottage gardens. ‘Fire and Ice’ provides showers of cheerful raspberry colored flowers that are dappled in pink. You can enjoy them in early spring, and again in early fall! * Deep Raspberry Flowers Ringed in White* Prolific Bloomer* Groudcover or Container.
Crimson Flowers All Summer Salvia Furman’s Red, Salvia greggi ‘Furman’s Red’, is an extremely long blooming selection that is hardy to zone 5. It is valued for its tightly branched, upright growth habit and profusion of bright red flowers from the beginning of early summer through fall. The crimson to scarlet flowers is produced in repeated flushes from May through October. Salvia ‘Furman’s Red’ is a woody 2′ perennial that looks best if cut back in the spring. This eye-catching salvia offers an abundance of stunning blooms, over neat crinkly foliage. It is an absolute favorite of hummingbirds. Culturally undemanding, ‘Furman’s Red’ tolerates a wide range of soils requiring only that they quickly drain. Just a bit of extra water during dry spells encourages more flowers. ‘Furman’s Red’ enjoys warm temperatures and is moderately drought tolerant; mixes well with other beautiful summer flowering perennials. You will love the results when colorful perennials like purple coneflowers and summer phlox, or yellows like Melampodium, black-eyed Susan and ‘New Gold’ Lantana are combined with ‘Furman’s Red’. You will not just want one gorgeous ‘Furman’s Red’ plant, so plant in clusters of three or five! If you place the plants so they form a triangle or a sweep, the ‘Furman’s Red’ plants will grow together to make one clump of an amazing color. This beautiful and stunning red grouping will create a bright spot that will be the envy of everyone who sees it! *Crimson Red Flowers*Blooms All Season*Attracts Hummingbirds .
Bright Lemon Daisies For Months The Leucanthemum Banana Cream, Leucanthemum superbum ‘Banana Cream’, is a compact workhorse of deep green foliage. It produces long blooming, bright lemon yellow flowers that mature into shades of pastel yellows. Banana Cream is a breathtaking plant and when in full bloom, it puts on a spectacular show, especially if planted in masses. This plant can provide over 3 months of color to your garden! Measuring 4 inches across and having an extra layer of petals beneath, adds depth and more color to the display. The lovely flowers last 2 weeks or more in the vase! Keep the old blooms clipped off and the new flowers will just keep coming! This amazing and exciting new shasta daisy is a must have plant for containers, borders, or as a specimen. Divide clumps as needed to maintain vigor. * 4 Bright Lemon Blooms Fade to Pastel* Matures to 18 of Deep Green Foliage* Loves Full Sun and Heat .