Dark blue, fragrant flowers. Good ground cover.
Creeping Pink Babies Breath (Gypsophila repens ‘Rosea’):A delightful plant for cascading down rock gardens, walls and dry banks, its greyish leaves are covered by a froth of small pink flowers in summer. It is happy in sandy or stony soils, but does best in deep well-drained soil. Plant in full sun, 12 inches apart. Grows only 6″ tall. A very hardy perennial! Hardy in zones: 4-9 ::Proper name: Gypsophila repens
Labrador Violet – Viola labrador purpurea::A distinctive species with purple foliage on trailing stems. The deep violet flowers appear in summer. Reseeds somewhat, but not excessively. Very hardy.::Height: 3-6″:Hardy in zones 3-8:Plant in sun or shade. The plants you are purchasing are grown in four 2-packs. They are one year old.
This crape myrtle begins its seasonal show with magnificent, dark wine red inflorences that stand upright on the trees like torches in summer. In fall, foliage reliably turns red and orange. Over winter, the exposed bark offers unique peeling texture with light silvery contrasts in the traditional sinuous crape myrtle fashion. All this is matched by improved cold hardiness, mildew resistance and limited suckering. Use as an accent, a high profile hedge, or specimen shrub. Deciduous. Moderate growth to 10 to 20 feet tall and nearly as wide or prune to desired size and shape. Shipped as a potted one gallon plant in its original soil and container. Hardy to USDA zone 7, and growing in all higher zones. Can make a great container plant on sunny porch, patio, or deck.
Astilbe ‘Grande':Hardy perennial. Wonderful airy plumes of softly coloured flowers rise over dense clumps of attractive mid green foliage. Stunning planted in drifts or small groups in the mixed border. Also excellent as a cut flower. Grows to a height of 32in. (80cm) and a spread of 25in. (63cm). Blooms begin in midsummer and continue until fall. Best in shade. Hardy in zones 5-9.
HARDY TALL PHLOX Peppermint Twist :Very distinctive pink and white spoked-patterned flowers on a very compact plant. Mildew resistance.
Looks much like a giant, white Astilbe with its bold and dramatic, 6″-10″ flowers during July and August. Bold tropical looking leaves and suckering habit. It is easy to grow and is site adaptable. ::The plant you will receive is growing in a 3 1/2″ pot.
Thick and fleshy wide leaves. The many bulb-lets poduce umbels of large red flowers. A very dense bloomer in the spring. Blooms in April and May outside. If grown indoors it will bloom sooner. Fast growing and multiplying bulb.:Sun to Part Sun:Zone: 7-10 or grow indoors :Height: 20″ tall ::The plant you will receive is growing in a 3 1/2″ pot and about 8″ tall. It is about 9 months from blooming.
HARDY TALL PHLOX Becky Towne ::HARDY PHLOX! Stable and disease resistant. Variegated foliage with reddish flowers. Best in full sun. Great for cutting.
In contrast to its predominantly yellow flowered brethren, this evening primrose produces white flowers that turn rosy pink from the outer edge of the petals inwards as they age. ::Dwarf 6- to 12-inch plants bloom all summer! Wonderfully fragrant and full of soft, buttery color, these huge blooms perfume the air in late afternoon and evening, beginning in May and continuing through July or even longer. A hardy plant, this dwarf grows just 6 to 12 inches tall, but the blooms are tremendous–4 to 6 inches across and exquisitely formed, with a gentle, rounded shape that complements the sweet scent. Hardy almost anywhere in the contiguous U.S., Evening Primrose is a trouble-free source of color and fragrance that belongs in every garden. It blooms in full sun and ordinary to poor soil.
A clumping mass of thick upright stems with long drooping leaves and pretty 3-petaled flowers that twine themselves around the foliage. This cultivar has purple flowers and superior blue-green foliage that stays good through the season.b>::Can be grown in full sun to part shade. Prefers good, moist soil. Nice in the border, wild gardens or for naturalizing.
Mixed Pastel colored flowers. Originally from Tibet, one of the most colorful tall flowers, long-lasting as a cut flower. Flowers late May to June. Thrive in well-drained sunny sites, blooming for 10-15 years without dividing. Grow in full sun.