POPULAR PLANTS

Our most popular and personal favorite flowers and plants. AND...In addition to the perennials and annuals, we also have select trees and shrubs for smaller landscape needs!

If we have what you're looking for...we have a lot of it!!!

 

Petunias & Calibrachoas
Petunias & Calibrachoas

Click picture for description These two provide huge masses of color in the broadest color range of any annual. Whether it is seed petunias like the Ultra or Daddy series brightening up flower beds or the new varieties of hybrid petunias and calibrachoas that spice up planters every year, these beauties are a gardeners must have. This year some of our new favorites are Superbells Spicy, Minifamous Purple Sands, Crazytunia Mandeville, and Sweetunia Johnny Flame.

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Scaevola
Scaevola

Click picture for description If you are not a fan of these "fan flowers," you should be. Incredibly vigorous, with blooms all along their branches, they are a great accent to mixed containers with their unique flower shape, but profuse enough bloomers to be planted alone. Heat tolerant, drought tolerant, extremely disease resistant, and, best of all, they attract hummingbirds! We have four colors: two shades of bluish/purple, white and soft yellow.

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Geranium
Geranium

Click picture for description Geraniums are a staple of home gardens everywhere. They provide large vibrant blooms on low maintenance robust plants. We also recommend checking out trailing Ivy geraniums. They are great for mixing in hanging baskets, planters, and window boxes, and produce even more blossoms than their upright counterparts. Can’t decide between the two? Try the Calliope series, which is a hybrid of the two. A mounding plant with the high yield blooming of the Ivy.

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Sweet Potato Vine
Sweet Potato Vine

Click picture for description These trailing foliage plants are lead by the chartreuse leaved beauty, Marguerite. Plant it in a mixed container as a complement to your favorites and watch it steal the show with its eye catching color and vigorous growth. In addition to Marguerite, these guys come in several dark leaved varieties, such as Blackie, that provide a great contrast to soft toned flowers.

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Dragon Wing Begonia
Dragon Wing Begonia

Click picture for description Not enough people have heard of these hidden gems. With their large glossy leaves and abundant blooms of red or pink all season long, these plants can do it all. Got sun? They work. Got shade? They work. Containers or landscaping? You choose because they will work in either. Planting them alone or in a mix? You guessed it, they will work. So unearth these gems and enjoy these unique plants.

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Illumination Flame Digiplexis
Illumination Flame Digiplexis

Click picture for description This brand new plant won the peoples choice award at the FarWest trade show and editors choice from Greenhouse Grower in 2013. It is a foxglove crossed with an isoplexis (a relative to foxglove) that produces huge “spikes” covered in flowers of burning orange and rose. Getting up to three feet tall this plant is a show stopper.

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Lobellia
Lobellia

Click picture for description Vibrant blues are one of the most popular colors this summer and you may have noticed that most “blue” flower aren’t exactly blue. That’s where lobelia steps in. From the classic seed variety Crystal Palace providing tidy blue boarders for garden beds to the incandescent Techno Heat Eletric hybrid pouring over the sides of hanging baskets in waterfalls of blue, which will instantly draw attention to any garden or planter.

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Elephant Ear (Colocasia)
Elephant Ear (Colocasia)

Click picture for description These upright plants grow over three feet tall and produce huge dark green to deep purple leaves. Their presence can help transform any backyard into your own tropical paradise. In addition, they form a tuber that you can dig up in the fall clean up, store, and plant again next year.

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Nonstop Begonias
Nonstop Begonias

Click picture for description Excellent shade plants coming in both upright and trailing varieties. Striking double blooms that can measure over 4" bring instant joy to shady areas. Trailing varieties can reach over two feet of bloom covered beauty. Particularly striking is the apricot color found in both the upright and trailing plant. Want to hear the best part? These guys form a tuber so you can keep theme growing year after year.

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