‘My Monet” Weigela :Unbelievably bright and varied spring color! :Plant Patent #16,824. CBRAF. Cultivar name: ‘Verweig’. ::One of the most magnificent sights in the spring garden, this new cultivar is the finest dwarf variegated Weigela we have ever seen. It deserves a place of honor in your sunny to partly shaded garden, as well as in containers for up-close enjoyment. ::Just 12 to 18 inches high and wide, My MonetTM forms a plump, tight little footstool-shaped plant, magnificently blushed with pink in leaf and bloom. The new spring foliage is bright pink, maturing to green edged in white, and the abundant rosy purple-pink blossoms are far larger and more abundant than on other varieties. ::Not only is the appearance of this shrub far more attractive, but its growth pattern is more vigorous and robust. Many variegated shrubs are less gardenworthy than their green-leafed cousins, but My MonetTM is a superb performer, well-branched and impervious to rough weather. You will find it a dependable and lovely presence in the garden or container for many years to come. ::My MonetTM is a dwarf sport of ‘Tango,’ bred by Bert VerHoef. We are honored to make this exceptional plant available to American gardeners. Zones 4-8. ::Hardiness Zone: 4-9 :Height: 12-18 inches :Light: Full Sun :Flowering Time: Late spring
*FREE SHIPPING & HANDLING ON ANY ADDITIONAL PACKS OF SEEDMART SEEDS PURCHASED WITHIN 7 DAYS and PAID WITH ONE PAYMENT!::Roystonea regia :Family: Palmae/Arecaceae (palm family):Common Names: royal palm ::Description:The name says it all, Royal Palm! Truly an aristocrat of the plant kingdom, this palm makes a memorable impression wherever it is grown. Massive and symmetrical with a smoothly sculpted trunk this palm looks almost artificial, like a denizen of an idealized Disney landscape. But it is real and lends a distinctive air to parkways and boulevards all over South Florida and the Caribbean. In older references you may see this genus referred to as Oreodoxa but the genus name was changed some years ago to Roystona (in honor of General Roy Stone an army engineer who served in the Caribbean at the turn of the century). ::Imported into Florida in great numbers during the the 20’s and 30’s, the Cuban Royal palm (Roystonea regia) is the species most often encountered. Eight inch long leaflets are arranged in rows along the 10′ length of bright green pinnate leaves. Composed of 15 – 20 leaves, the canopy sits atop the crown shaft – a smooth, glossy extension of the trunk composed of the overlapping bases of the leaves. ::The trunk of the Cuban Royal Palm is swollen at the base. It constricts about halfway up and then bulges again just below the crownshaft creating a dramatic profile. The trunks of are a smooth light gray that looks as if it had been cast from concrete. The Cuban Royal Palm produce a large 3′ to 4′ inflorescense on which both male and female flowers are borne.
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Vivid Dark Red.:::World-famous Belgium bulbs, the finest imported strain of Hanging Basket Begonias now available to the American market. Fully double in bright, non-fading colors. They provide long-lasting vibrant color and beauty. Plant in partial shade. They are easy to grow if they get plenty of water and protection from wind and direct sunlight. Adds floral beauty to porch, patio or window box. Hardy in zone 10, elsewhere dig and store before frost.
Prized for large bouquets, stately gladioli (yes, that’s the accepted plural form, and much more graceful than the alternatives) offer an enormous color range, including the most delicate pastels, bold hues and almost unimaginable bi-colors. Their sword-like foliage and tall impressive flower spikes, make striking accents in the mixed flower border. For best garden effect, plant in groups of six or more of a single color. Or grow dozens of them in a bed reserved for cutting. (Imagine the luxury of having armloads of glads to display around the house!) To enjoy blooms for many weeks through July and August, plant corms at two week intervals from early spring until the end of June. Glads are easy to grow, requiring only full sun and good drainage. Hardy in zones 8-11; elsewhere treat as an annual, or dig them in the fall and store over winter.