A $15.80 Value! The First Angelonia EVER Available as Seed! Contains one packet of each color of the Serena series: white, purple, lavender, and lavender-pink. We all love Angelonia, but we could sure live without the high prices charged for this Angelonia plant! Well, now there’s relief. The first-ever Angelonia series is available from seed, and it’s easy to germinate, very long-blooming, and compact enough for containers of all sizes. Serena is a marvel, enabling us to fill our gardens with this sun-loving annual that stands up to heat, humidity, drought, and other rough conditions beautifully! This collection is a $15.80 Value! In this collection you get one packet each of the 4 Serena colors. Here’s more about each one: This collection is comprised of 4 components. Angelonia Serena Lavender 0136. Serena Lavender – Masses of 3/4-inch lavender blooms open along plentiful long, elegant stems all summer long. A fine plant for hot, dry, humid, and even wet garden spots, this super-easy sun-lover is grown
A Fabulous Fragrant Snap in a Trailing Form! 7 bright colors, including one bicolor! Imagine a hanging basket filled with the fruity fragrance and watercolor-washed flowers of this dense, spreading, cascading Snap! Growing just 8 inches high and trailing an amazing 16 inches or so, it’s bushy and spreading in the garden. At last, a great way to showcase the fascinating “dragon’s-jaws” blooms up close in containers and windowboxes as well as baskets! This mix contains white, yellow, pink, orange, scarlet, violet, and a pink-and-white bicolor. All colors work well together in a mixed planting.Seeds may be direct-sown or started indoors for earlier blooms. Snaps are cool-season annuals that bloom in spring and fall in warm areas, summer in colder climates. In very warm locations they may winter over if mulched. They do best in full sun to light shade. Pkt is 10 seeds.
Two Seasons of Bloom Every Year! Double the flower power of other Verbascums, and it NEVER self-sows! Forget everything you know about Verbascum — Southern Charm is so different from the common Mullein that it might as well be a new species! This magnificent perennial blooms the very first year from seed, setting flowers both in spring and fall. Its blend of colors, superb bloom power, and refusal to self-sow or look “weedy” make it one of the most striking plants in the sunny garden — yet it remains easy to grow and trouble-free!First, let’s talk about the flowers. They arise in pairs, each bloom about 1
Multiple Award Winner! Entirely new color! Winner of both the 2006 All-America Selection and Europe’s Fleuroselect Quality Mark awards, Supra Purple is just about the most exciting annual Dianthus I’ve ever grown! Not only is the color new, but the fringed look is terrific, the flowers are VERY profuse over a long season, and the plant is vigorous and heat tolerant. If you’ve ever wished for a little more from Dianthus, Supra Purple is the variety your garden deserves.These blooms look like no other Dianthus I’ve ever seen! Their color is a dark, rich purply-pink, with a lot of blue behind the pink. And the petals are so finely cut that they look lacy. This is taking “fringe” to a whole new level! They’re each about 1 1/2 inches across, and are very, very heavily borne on neat little plants. Expect to see them beginning in late spring and going right through summer into fall!Supra Purple is an early bloomer, thanks to its F1 hybrid vigor. It will flower 10 to 12 weeks after you sow it, and because it’s very h
Fragrant in Flower and Foliage! A single plant perfumes the garden! Such splendid fragrance and color from a carefree, shade-tolerant annual! Sweet Woodruff is an absolute “must have” for the lightly shaded garden, because both its spring-to-summer blooms AND its lance-shaped leaves are marvelously scented, creating a meadowland perfume that wafts through the garden.Blue Surprise loves cool weather, happiest in rich, somewhat moist soil that receives at least partial shade. The funnel-shaped blooms arise in cheery clusters held well away from the foliage, and are delightful in indoor arrangements as well as in the garden. The plant itself reaches just a foot high and wide, so feel free to tuck it into any available bare spot — or design a big planting such as a curving line of color and scent to wind through the shady bed or border!Terrific for containers from small pots to windowboxes, Blue Surprise is easy to grow and fuss-free. It doesn’t like extremely hot weather, so it may not survive the ravages of la
Zesty Zing for Mexican Sauces and Salsa! A stape of Mexican cuisine, this light yellow vegetable grows inside a husk that drops off at maturity to signal harvest. 60 days. A mainstay of Mexican cuisine, the tomatillo is finally coming into its own in American gardens!Thriving in the heat of southern summers but widely-adapted, it forms a 4-foot bush hung with 2-ounce fruits in papery brown husks. When the greenish fruits turn pale yellow, the husks begin to shed, signalling harvest! Easy and delicious! Pkt is 30 seeds.
The Classic Sprout, Nutritious and Delicious! Grown in the Far East for over 5000 years. The original bean sprout, enjoyed in the Far East for more than 5000 years, Mung contains far more nutrition when grown as a sprout than if allowed to mature into a bean plant. You will love the hearty, meaty flavor. Ready in just a few days! Pkt is 1000 seeds. This product can be purchased in the following collection: Park’s Sprouting Seeds Collection (90261)
Fragrant Little Cups of Bright Color! Wonderfully floriferous from summer till fall! This is one of my favorite plants, a miniature treasure as simple and perfect as only Nature can design! Native to the American West, the Poached-Egg Plant is just 6 inches tall and wide, yet is sweetly fragrant, a magnet for butterflies and bees, and terrifically floriferous over a long summer-to-fall season. Who can ask for anything more?Find a sunny spot for this annual, which delights with ferny divided foliage and bright yellow-and-white blooms — held in a shallow cup shape — on slender stems. It is delightful in containers of all kinds, but I prefer it in a large planting at the front of the border or bed, where it can share its fragrance with less-fortunate plants! It makes a nice foreground planting to everything from dwarf Zinnia (the Peter Pan hybrids are about the right size — try rich plum to long-blooming perennial Aster). Because it’s a native plant, expect great resistance to weather, poor soil, and other ha
A Medley of Beautiful Bicolors! This is the mix that includes Candy Corn, the popular “Halloween Snap”! Wonderfully free-flowering over a long cool season, Terracotta Mix delights with rich bicolor combinations and solids. They flowers open sooner than others, tightly packed along glorious 7- to 8-inch stems, and look as good in the garden as they do in the vase. Lightly fragrant, they are very eye-catching on dense, very well-branched plants. Whether you grow Snaps for cutting, garden enjoyment, or both, Terracotta Mix is a pleaser.The same mix that brought us the popular Candy Corn also sports a rosy-orange shade known as Sunset, a solid red, and a yellow-and-red bicolor that looks pure tangerine-orange from a distance. Arising on compact plants boasting many flowering stems, the sweet-scented blooms fill the spring or fall garden with easy-care color. When in bloom, the plant is 16 to 18 inches high and 9 to 12 inches wide, so it can even be used in container plantings. The side-branching begins when the p
Another New Look for this Amazing Gazania! The Dynastar series is full of surprises, and Vanilla Ice breaks new ground! The lovely Dynastar series of Gazanias has a new star — cool-toned Vanilla Ice! A cheery blend of yellow, white, and ribbons of black, no two flowers are just alike, and all are lovely! They flower all summer long on low-growing, neat little plants that work as well in containers as they do in the hot, dry garden. You must try this easy perennial (grown as an annual) for summer-long color in garden and vase!The blooms are 3 to 4 inches wide, really jumping out above the foliage on such petite plants. They offer a layer-and-a-half of nicely symmetrical rays, pointy and full like starbursts around a black-ringed golden center. Some blooms will be almost pure white, some white with just a smudge of yellow near the base of the petals, and others a happy division of white and various shades of butter-yellow!Be sure to give Vanilla Ice full sunshine so that the flowers will open their very widest
A Dye, a Liniment for Joint Pain, a Mood Uplifter — it’s the All-Purpose Herb! Crush the flowers to create a dye so bright it seems fluorescent! Ancient times brought fame to the St. Johnswort plants because of the discovery of a fluorescent red pigment, named hypericin, that oozes from the crushed flowers. Today, it has become well-known as a treatment for depression and is being trialed in treatments for AIDS.St. Johnswort is ornamental as well, growing upright with reddish-brown woody based stems. The tiny oval, green leaves move up the stems at 1/2 to 1 inch intervals. 3/4 inch, 5-petaled bright yellow flowers appear in summer. At full size, this plant will grow 2 feet tall and 18 inches wide.Grow in well-drained to dry soil in sun or partial shade. Pkt is 100 seeds.
Neat 10-inch impatiens plants are covered in impatiens blooms all season. And with this new impatiens mix, you get cool tones for the shade! Add some cool tones into the shady garden with exciting new Impatiens Mystic Mix! It contains some of the most popular Accent colors, and the 4 varieties complement one another for a dazzling mass show! Containing blooms of violet, blush with a rose eye (Bright Eye), lilac, and lavender-blue, this mix is certain to delight!Accent combines all the good qualities you expect from Impatiens: it’s stronger, earlier and longer to bloom, and super-floriferous, with huge 2 1/4-inch blooms all over neat, low-growing 10-inch plants. One of America’s absolute favorite Impatiens, it is versatile enough for beds, shady borders, and containers of all types.Accent begins blooming in early spring in the semi- to fully-shaded garden or container, and keeps coming all the way to frost! In southern areas, it has been known to overwinter. Also a fine houseplant, it is not too fussy about so