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As If Lit From Within! Leaves change constantly as this quick-growing plant matures! This award-winning new Ornamental Millet offers spring leaves of bright chartreuse that mature through all shades of red and bronze into a burgundy-purple. Denser, bushier, and more compact than Purple Majesty,” it is topped with long, dramatic purple seedheads in early summer, adding bold color to any partly-shaded setting.The foliage is really beautiful from the moment it opens bright chartreuse in spring (and these seeds germinate in just a few days, springing right up in the garden!), and as it changes to shades of red and bronze before darkening into a burgundy-purple richness. The seedheads arrive in early summer, very spiky in 9- to 12-inch plumes that are ideal in fresh and dried arrangements. Even a small planting is quite striking, and a large display is breathtaking! No wonder it has already won the University of Georgia’s Best of the Best Award for superb performance in trials!Jester is quite stocky and symmetrica
General Hydroponics Chi contains chitosan salts, a naturally occuring polymer found in the outer shell of crustaceans. When applied as a foliar spray Chi improves resistence to environmental stress and plant vigor.
Pretty with plants or as shelves for small items, this ladder-style unit is functional fun! Wood with distressed white finish. Assembly required. May require additional freight charge.
Measures: 23 1/2″ x 16″ x 38″ high.
Blazing Stars Gayfeather ‘Kobold’ (Liatris spicata):Superb for garden or vase! A Colorful and Compact Bright Violet Dwarf! 18-inch bloomspikes are content in full sun or partial shade! More compact but no less colorful than its taller cousins, this dwarf Blazing Stars offers bright rosy-purple plumes on neat 18-inch stalks for the summer garden! Blooming abundantly, the plants are happy in full sun or part shade, remaining attractive long after its midsummer bloom with fresh, grasslike foliage that stays neat and colorful well into fall. A hardy perennial that blooms reliably and attracts butterflies to the garden, this Gayfeather is a long-lived joy. ::Hardiness Zone: 3-9 :Height: 18 Inches :Light: Sun/Part Sun
What we commonly call “epiphyllums” today are actually hybrids of epiphytic cacti species native to the jungles of Central and South America, as well as Mexico. The word epiphyllum in Greek means “upon the leaf” and the flowers appear to bloom directly on the leaves. Jungle cacti, however, have no leaves; their leaf-like parts are actually thickened stems or branches. These stems are typically flat but often grow in a triangular shape. Unlike most desert cacti, epiphyllums are not covered with spines. They do, however, have hair bristles or tiny spines in the areolas, some more so than others. :: In their native habitat, the epiphytic species often grow in the forks of trees or in rock crevices where their small, fibrous roots take hold in decaying vegetative matter. Some epiphytic species are rooted in the ground and use aerial roots to climb up tree trunks. The plants can draw moisture from the humid air and tropical rains. Because their root systems are relatively small, continually water-soaked soil will suffocate the roots. The jungles’ frequent rains are ideal for keeping plant roots moist but not saturated. High in the trees, the plants receive much-needed air circulation from shifting tree branches which also let in the dappled sunlight they need to produce blooms. :: It was in these tropical jungles of the New World that European explorers discovered epiphytic cacti. Night-blooming species are mostly white or white with pale yellow overcasts or traces of yellow in back petals. There are, however, a few species that have color in their flowers, notably the orange-red blooms of Nopalxochia ackermanii, the red Heliocereus aurantiacus, the scarlet Heliocereus cinnabarinus and the purplish-red Heliocereus speciosus. ::Hybridizing has produced today’s day-blooming epis in a variety of colors, sizes and shapes.
Welcome to Gardening in Ohio! Expand your gardening knowledge from season to season. The Gardener’s Guide books provide information on plant characteristics, habits, and basic requirements for growth. Information on the various climatic conditions of your area, general pest control, and landscape tips aid you in creating a beautiful and successful garden. A Gardner’s Guide Book is available for each state. Published by Cool Springs Press.
4-tier metal plant stand, perfect for the atrium, garden, patio or wherever you need a burst of color and brilliant greenery. Black finish.::Measures:::32″ x 8″ x 24 3/4″ high
The 4 inch blooms of this delightful Mexican species have a sweet/pungent fragrance at night and last for 2 months! This temperature tolerant species is very easy to grow too! These orchids are near blooming size in 2 inch pots. Plant photo represents the minimum size you will receive.
Dragon’s Blood Sedum (Sedum spurium ‘Dragon’s Blood’) :One of the easiest ground covers to grow. Easy to maintain and needs little water. Does great in poor soil. Bronze-green foliage produces intense red flowers. Bloom June through August. Plant in full sun, 12 inches apart. Grows only 3 to 6 inches tall. Hardy in zones 3-9. ::Hardiness Zone: 5-9
Another product from the Botanicare Line, Clearex is a drenching solution that unlocks the ionic bond between the nutrient and the grow substrate. Thus, correcting the problem of nutrient salt toxicity and lockout. Clearex contains specific electrolytes and selected mono and disaccharides, fructose, and sucrose that give high energy and amplifies metabolic compounds to plants. Recommended as a pre-harvest treatment for enhanced flavor of fruits, vegetables, and culinary herbs.
4 Tier Plant Stand looks great anywhere from your deck to living room. Displays up to four pots, as wide as 8 inches in diameter. Wrought iron detailing. 32 x 8 x 24 inches high.