This hard to find Asian Pine is grown for is low, spreading habit. It makes an excellent ground cover pine or bonsai. It is extremely hardy.::Hardiness Zones: 4 :Height: 9 feet Spread: 9 feet Form: spreading :Type: narrow-leaved evergreen shrub :Annual Growth Rate: less than 12 inches ::Proper name: Pinus pumila::Comments: This Asian pine is grown for its low, :spreading habit. The foliage is bluish green.
The richest in essential oils, this is one of the most aromatic Lavenders of them all! This species of Lavender is one of the richest in essential oils, meaning more fragrance power both fresh and dried. Fresh flowers can be crystalized and used in candies and cakes; dried flowers are used in potpourris and satchets; oils are used in creams and perfumes. And these are only some of the more common uses – imagination can create endless more!An evergreen perennial, English lavender has a subtle blue-green coloring and sweet fragrance. Reaching 24 to 36 inches high, it boasts 2 1/2 inch, linear, downy leaves on strong stems. The leaves first open white, then turn a pale gray-blue-green color. Stalks of tiny purple flowers grow up to 14 inches tall.Grow in a well-drained, neutral to alkaline soil in an open, sunny spot. Trim back in spring to encourage bushier growth; also deadhead after flowering. Pkt is 100 seeds. This product can be purchased in the following collection: Park’s Lavender Seed Collection (90337)
*FREE SHIPPING & HANDLING ON ANY ADDITIONAL PACKS OF HIRTS SEEDS PURCHASED WITHIN 7 DAYS!::Elegant white flowers with a pastel pink star. Truly an exquisite flower. Climbs to approximately 5 feet. May also be used in hanging baskets. Soak seed 24 hours before sowing. If starting indoors, plant 4-8 weeks before last frost. Prefers sun. ::Proper name: Ipomoea purpurea ‘Shiva’
Dozens of Cheerful Faces on Every Plant! The first Sunflower EVER to win an AAS award . . . and it scooped up a Fleuroselect Quality Mark, too! The first sunflower ever to win an AAS award, Soraya produces big, richly-colored golden-orange flowers with cheery dark brown faces. The vigorous, self-supporting plants stand 5 to 6 feet tall and will not tip over, even in full bloom! They are so well-branched that you can expect 20 to 25 flowers from each plant during the long bloom season!These 4- to 6-inch flowers arise on long, strong 20-inch stems, held well above the lush foliage. They make a great sight in the garden, held straight up and facing the sun! And they’re prized for cut arrangements, where they are long-lasting.Sunflowers are the kings of the natural sunny summer garden, attracting butterflies and birds. They’re wonderfully easy to grow–just direct-sow the large seeds after all danger of frost. Not picky about soil type, they need direct sun. Thin the plants to 2 to 4 feet apart so that they can s
Grand fir (Abies grandis), also called lowland white fir, balsam fir, or yellow fir, is a rapid-growing tree that reaches its largest size in the rain forest of the Olympic Peninsula of Washington. One tree in that area measures 200 cm (78.9 in) in d.b.h., 70.4 m (231 ft) tall, and has a crown spread of 14 m (46 ft). The species also has historic significance. The famous Barlow Road snub-trees on the south side of Mount Hood in Oregon were grand firs. They were used by early settlers to control the rate of descent of their covered wagons on a particularly steep slope in their trek from east to west. Some of the rope-burned trees are still standing after 150 years. ::Hardy in zones 6-9. Also makes a spectacular bonsai!
An Improved Minette! Mild flavor makes this Basil a favorite for cuisine. If you love Basil Minette, wait until you grow this more uniform, compact variety! Pistou has the small leaves and dense, neat shape for which Minette is famous, but it is much more uniform, so a mass planting looks tidy and trim all season long!Pistou is a mild-flavored Basil, excellent for cooking and very fragrant in the summer garden. It forms a lovely circular plant that works perfectly in parterres and other formal settings, but is also right at home in the all-purpose herb garden, the annual bed, and accent settings of all types. Give it plenty of sun and very good soild drainage, and let it dry out a bit between waterings. It will bloom in late summer, but the leaves may be picked anytime you need them! Pkt is 100 seeds.
Easily grown and in full beauty when the last of the spring flowers have faded and before most of the summer kinds are in bloom. An excellent mixture of double flowers in red, white, pink and rose. Ideal for cutting or flower gardens. Plant in full sun or partial sun. Grows 18-24 inches high. Plants 15-20 inches apart. Attracts butterflies! The proper name for this plant is Pyrethrum ‘Robinson Hybrid’. Hardy in zones 5-9. ::Hardiness Zone: 5-9
Simply the Best for Cutting, with More Colors and Bigger Blooms! An improvement over the famous Russell Hybrids, with striking bicolors and the tightest, fullest flowerspikes yet! If you are a Lupine lover (and which of us isn’t?), you must try this improved mix grown especially for bigger, more beautiful blooms! You’ll get enormous flowerspikes jammed with rich colors in stunning combinations, just begging to be cut for the vase. Usually this kind of flower quality is available only from expensive cutting-raised plants, but Tutti Frutti gives you top performance from economical, easy to grow, self-sowing seed!Tutti Frutti is a luscious confection of color combos, including midnight purple and magenta, persimmon and gold, butter and cream, pink and primrose, two-tone pink, purple with coral — the permutations are almost endless! An improvement over the popular Russell Hybrids, this mix is the best thing to happen to Lupines in a long, long time!Expect these plants to grow 36 to 40 inches tall and 12 to 16 i
The Tricolor Moses in the Cradle plant is an excellant indoor plant. Simply give it bright, indirect light and water when the soil surface is dry. Feed monthly with a general purpose house plant food. This is a plant you will have forever.:: The plant you will recieve is growing in a 4″ pot. The plant is about 6″ tall.::If this is a gift we can enclose a gift card.
Nothing else looks like this stunning Celosia! Huge Celosia heads of deepest maroon, whorled and lobed like a cabbage, nestle among large, tropical-looking foliage of deep purple with maroon veins and deep green highlights! An amazing show of color, especially since this is a sun-lover best in the full-sun garden! The velvety flowerheads reach 8 to 10 inches long and several inches across, blazing with color from summer till frost. The plant reaches just 6 inches tall, displaying excellent heat tolerance through the worst August days!Start seeds indoors 4 weeks before last frost, or sow direct after the soil is warm. Space 9 to 12 inches apart. Pkt is 100 seeds.
DELOSPERMA:John Proffitt-Table Mountain::Lustrous fuschia flowers on a fast spreading succulent ground cover from South Africa. The texture of the petals is shimmering — almost like metal. It starts blooming in June and continues steadily until fall. It promises to be an essential small-scale ground cover or edging for a border. Height: 4″. Width: 10″. Sun: Full sun. Soil Moisture: Moderate to dry, not too wet. Hardiness: USDA zones 4-9. Culture: Easy in average garden soil. ::Sized Shipped: Starter plants growing in 2×3 inch pots
12 Varieties of Blooms that Bring in the Winged Visitors! Just set this mat into the garden, cover with a little soil, and presto! — rows of glorious blooms, perfectly spaced! Create a sunny border, bed, or meadow just like your great-grandmother’s in a matter of minutes with these terrific seed mats from Europe! The seeds (of 12 varieties superb for planting in sunny exposures) are pre-set between two pieces of tissue paper. Just lay the paper onto your soil, cover with a thin layer (