A classic beautiful peony with early season double deep red blooms that are showstoppers in a garden or arrangement. Massive, 8” double blooms with a sweet citrus fragrance. These deer-resistant, bee-friendly blooms make great cut flowers.
Easy to grow and delightfully fragrant, peonies are classic flowers that all gardeners desire. Thriving in full sun to light shade, Bowl of Beauty’s very large single flowerheads have bright rose-pink outer petals that surround frilly creamy white centers. Dark green foliage remains attractive throughout the summer and into fall. Plant in borders or along fences, sidewalks, driveways, and walls; these charmers will bring compliments galore and attract butterflies, too!
Easy to grow and delightfully fragrant, peonies are classic flowers that all gardeners desire. Thriving in full sun, huge double blooms sit atop sturdy erect stems. Showy deep red petals are ruffled along the edges, and foliage remains attractive throughout the summer and into fall. Plant in borders or along fences, sidewalks, driveways, and walls; these charmers will bring compliments galore and attract butterflies, too!
Autumn Joy Sedum produces delicate bright-pink flowers on large heads that age into a beautiful copper color as fall approaches. Easy to care for, very adaptable, and a popular stand-in for shrubs. This sedum lasts when other plants begin to fade. This incredible plant is now at or near the top of everyone's list of the best perennial flowers of them all. Nothing beats it for late color in the border.
Everyone loves to snack on Nules Clementines because their thin, loose rind is so easy to peel, and their flesh can be described as juicy and sweeter than candy. Seedless or with very few seeds, Nules Clementines can be eaten fresh, served in salads, canned, and used in baked goods and marmalades. Growing among shiny, evergreen leaves, flowers appear in early May. Glossy, red-orange fruit usually ripens in October through December.
Daylilies are perfect for large plantings, banks, or any spot in the garden that needs bursts of color. This mix contains all the popular colors: pink and white, pink and salmon, red and yellow, yellow, green and white. They are easy to grow, require very little maintenance and resist pests and disease. These beautiful blooms will attract butterflies.
Dark bronze foliage that resembles chocolate at its very best provides the backdrop for the Dahlia Candy Bulb Mixture. Very floriferous, pink flowers with peach centers provide a decorative contrast. Excellent in borders and beds and stunning when added to cut flower arrangements.
Easy to grow and delightfully fragrant, peonies are the classic flowers that all gardeners desire. Vigorous and floriferous, Border Charm Peony is an excellent choice for low borders, beds, and smaller gardens. Large, exotic light yellow flowers tinged with red flares in the center bloom on sturdy stems. The glossy deep green foliage remains attractive throughout the summer and into fall. These charmers will bring compliments galore and attract butterflies, too!
The Karma Dahlia Bulb Mixture provides dahlia lovers with strong, sturdy, long-stemmed flowers that are especially suited for cutting. A mixture of decorative and cactus types in vibrant colors of red, white, lavender, deep burgundy-red, and yellow/orange last 7-12 days when placed in water immediately upon cutting. These floriferous beauties have such strong stems they don’t require staking.
Dinnerplate dahlias are best known for their large flowers ranging from 8” to 10” in diameter. Grow them in a cutting garden to use in delightful summer arrangements or to share with friends and neighbors. Their long bloom time will provide bursts of color when most other species have faded away. Arrange single stems in dark or brilliantly colored vases for a dramatic centerpiece.
This classic peony variety has a lush, colorful body and an unforgettable fragrance that will add vibrant charm to your garden and homegrown floral arrangements. It is a strong grower and a prolific, reliable bloomer with extremely large double blooms. Its stout, strong stems don’t usually require staking. As a cut flower, it will last a full week if cut when in full bud.
Bold, pink blooms appear in early summer on the Ballerina Pink Salvia. This particular variety features fragrant blooms that are larger and more refined than others you commonly see. These beautiful blooms will attract beneficial pollinators.
Highly valued as an ornamental, the Pink Variegated Lemon Tree is the most fragrant of all lemon trees. Glossy apple-green leaves edged in creamy white provide a background for white blooms. The rind of the young fruit is green striped with gold that matures to pale yellow. Pink flesh with few if any seeds produces juice with a tangy, tart flavor that makes the best lemonade.
Key Lime trees are the most popular lime trees grown in North America. Amid dense, evergreen foliage, small buds produce pure white, fragrant blossoms. The trees bear fruit with a very thin rind and flavorful, juicy fruit throughout the year. The fruit of key lime pie, it is used in mixed drinks and to add a tangy lime flavor to cooked fish.
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