This pink is a cross between Carnation and Cottage Pinks. It produces neat, tidy clumps of grass-like foliage and large, single flowers with a lovely carnation-like scent. It is well-suited to the rock garden as well as borders and containers. For an extended flower show, remove spent flower buds promptly. Plants grow 8 - 12 inches tall.
This is an unusual Dianthus species because of its tall (24-36") stature and clusters of pink flowers on the tops of the stems. This delightful plant is spectacular in the garden, peeking above plants of slightly lower stature. It pairs nicely with Annual Baby's Breath, Purpletop Vervain, Gaura, Bishop's Flower, and Chinese Forget-Me-Not.
This beautiful Dianthus is an antique variety that has been rescued from oblivion. Plants grow to 16 inches tall and are loaded with deeply fringed flowers that exude a perfume-like fragrance reminiscent of carnation, jasmine and rose scents. This variety is a natural addition to old-fashioned, cut flower and romance gardens.
"Mission Bells' is a semi-double mixture of California Poppy. The mixture includes shades of apricot, orange, pink, red, white and yellow. California Poppies are easy to grow and perform best when sown directly in the garden or project site. Plants grow 12-18 inches tall.
This native perennial, which is also known as Horsemint, is found throughout the eastern and midwestern United States. Its creamy white flowers are spotted and have light purple bracts below them. It prefers full sun and drier sites. It makes a wonderful addition to wildflower meadows and pollinator conservation mixtures. Seed will be limited so order early!
Our new Cape Daisy is an annual with single flowers that have pure white petals and soft, purple centers. Cape Daisy tolerates hot, dry conditions and is very long blooming. For an even longer show, cut or deadhead the blooms promptly to encourage new bud formation. Plants grow 12-18 inches tall.
This perennial wildflower is native throughout the Rocky Mountain region. Cinquefoil means "five leaves", which refers to the five leaflets typically found on the leaves of many Potentilla species. This plant provides nectar for small, native bees and is excellent for pollinator mixtures. Height is 12-30 inches. Seed will be limited so order early!
This perennial wildflower is native to the eastern and midwestern U.S. and is found in drier sites of meadows, open woods and roadsides. This species is much shorter than most goldenrods, reaching only 1-2 feet in height. It produces one-sided, yellow sprays of flowers in late summer and fall. It makes an excellent pollinator plant at the end of the growing season when nectar resources are scarce. Seed will be limited so order early!