Add a twist to your garden! Are you looking to add a little whimsy to your garden? Corkscrew Rush plant (Juncus effusus f. spiralis) will add loads! This striking plant never fails to gets compliments and comments. Looking like grass having a bad hair day, Corkscrew Rush’s twisty, curly, springy foliage adds a completely new dimension of texture to your landscape.Being a member of the rush family you know that corkscrew rush plant care is easy. It likes full sun or partial shade and lots of water. It can even thrive in standing water at the edge of a pond. Combine it with wider-leaved plants like gooseneck loosestrife for a lush, wild look. For a truly eye-popping juxtaposition try planting it with ram-rod straight horsetail rush.Since it only grows 18 inches tall and wide it also will work in your favorite container as an instant attention-getter.Corkscrew rush is deer resistant and spreads by rhizomes to make neat little colonies beside your water features.Corkscrew Rush will provide a truly a unique look for your garden, but only if you order yours today!* Striking curly foliage * Loves boggy soil * Super easy care * Deer resistant * Very compact, perfect for containers.
Looks Great in Containers & Hanging BasketsThe Licorice, Lemon Licorice, ‘Helichrysum petiolare’, is a pale lime plant that lets you do a little to get a lot. Licorice plants are exceptionally easy to grow, requiring little fertilizer. The Lemon Licorice is a restrained grower with velvety soft foliage. This plant is an excellent choice for hanging baskets or mixed containers. It’s especially useful in mixed containers as it tends to grow outward which makes a planter or basket look larger.Licorice does best in a well-drained soil, either in beds or containers. Lemon Licorice produces small white flowers that are insignificant and can be removed.For zones 9-11, this plant can also be a perennial.* Heat tolerant* Drought tolerant* Easy to grow .
Tropical Flair in a Cold Hardy PerennialThe Crocosmia Lucifer, ‘Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora’, a spring planted corm, produces beautiful red flowers. The flowers are very showy, and they make great cut flowers. It is cold hardy to zone 5, making this is a great perennial for northern gardens that want a tropical look. The Crocosmia is also commonly known as Montbretia. The flowers bloom from summer through fall. Crocosmias are clump forming and bloom best in crowded conditions. Even when not in bloom, Crocosmia Lucifer has attractive, tropical looking foliage. * Attracts hummingbirds* Looks great in containers* Provides spiky texture to your garden.
Add Drama to Your Container Gardens!Cyperus King Tut, Cyperus King Tut®, produces large heads of pendulous leaves; greenish flower spikelets can measure 1 foot across. ‘King Tut’ is a taller plant that adds drama to your container gardens. Cyperus is not hardy enough to survive winters with freezing temperatures, and it is not a candidate to over-winter inside. It is a very fast grower and will quickly grow to an impressive size when replanted in the spring. The plant can be planted in pots, along the water’s edge of a pond, or even in a pond. The crown of the plant should never be covered in water. King Tut is an evergreen or neutral grass. Evergreen or neutral grasses are usually plants that look like grasses but aren’t actually classified as grasses, they are generally called grass-like plants. Divide evergreen or neutral grasses and grass-like plants in spring only. If the plant is put into a pot, plugging the hole or holes in the bottom of the pot will keep as much water as possible in the pot. This plant can be a perennial in zones 9-11. In zones 3-8 it is an annual only.* Fast growing* Grass-like-plant* Perennial in zones 9-11 Pick your color….
Cranberries and Cream Blloms for Months!Hibiscus Luna Pink Swirl, Hibiscus moscheutos ‘Luna Pink Swirl’, is a compact variety with a very full and bushy habit. Bring a touch of the tropics home with this new color in the Luna series of hardy hibiscus.The Luna series produces big, bushy, well-branched plants without pinching. Enjoy dozens of huge blooms from mid-summer until frost! The flower petals are pink on one side and fade to light creamy pink on the other side – giving the flowers a “swirl” look. Dark cranberry red centers add to the beauty of these dazzling flowers.Grows well in any fertile, well-drained soil with ample moisture. Do not allow to dry to the wilting point. Be patient, hibiscus can be slow to emerge in spring. For best performance, plant in full sun in moist soil, before the heat of the summer.Suitable for very large containers, but pots must be protected over winter. Although the hibiscus grows tall, the need for staking is rare.These plants will die back to ground level during the winter months. Be careful to not over-water until plants show signs of growth! Hibiscus needs little care once established.It attracts butterflies and Hibiscus has the largest flowers of any perennial!* Light Pink with Dark Pink Eye and Highlights* Does Not Need to be Staked* Attracts Butterflies.
Makes a great groundcover!Bandana® Pink Lantana has flowers that start out with a yellow color and mature to rose. Bandana® Pink Lantana is a well branched plants that has a nice mounding growing habit. Lantana makes a nice groundcover for very hot, dry areas with poor soil conditions.Try Lantanas also in a hanging basket or in a mixed combo planter. Bandana™ series plants are very well-branched with a nice, uniform, mounding habit and offer significantly larger flowers than traditional Lantana varieties. These early flowering varieties come in a range of eye-catching colors. They bloom all summer long and will come back the next year if conditions are favorable. This plant can be a perennial in zones 9-11. In zones 3-8 it is an annual only.* Easy to grow* Blooms late spring through summer* Vivid color Pick your color….
The Begonia Nonstop Mocca Yellow, Begonia tuberhybrida ‘Mocca Yellow’, adds a sizzle of color to that part shade to shade location in your garden. The large, full, double yellow flowers of Nonstop® Mocca Yellow makes a real statement in your patio planters all summer long. Mocca Nonstop Yellow brings a whole new dimension of beauty and performance to the family: chocolate-bronze foliage, lush and full, that lasts from spring till frost, plus improved heat tolerance! The large, full, yellow colored flowers of Nonstop® Mocca Yellow has foliage that makes the perfect backdrop for the flowers as well as a lovely contrast to green leaved begonias or any other neighboring bedding plants. The Begonia Nonstop Mocca Yellow blooms hold for several weeks, adding magnificent over-the-top beauty to the home. Unlike many Begonias, it won’t flop or melt if seriously hot weather arrives early in your climate.If you pick them too early they may fail to open properly and if you pick them too late they may not last in your vase all that long.This plant can be a perennial in zones 9-11. In zones 3-8 it is an annual only.* Heat Tolerant* Deadheading Not Necessary* Fully double, yellow flowers Pick your color….
Male Vine Shows OffArctic Beauty Male Kiwi Vine, Actinidia Kolomikta – Male, is a great climbing plant that is extremely appealing. This vine is grown for its heart-shaped foliage, which opens purple and matures to bright green and is marked with splashes of white and pink. Arctic Beauty’s Male Kiwi Vine flowers, though fragrant, are inconspicuous since they are often hidden by the foliage. One male plant will pollinate 6 female plants. Grapelike berries are produced only by the female plant, are edible, and ripen in the fall. This species is dioecious (separate male and female plants), and the male plants reportedly have better leaf variegation than the female plants. The Arctic Beauty Kiwi not make fruit unless you have other cultivars or more than three plants – it’s a hit and miss to find if you have male plants or female plants as you need one of each to product fruit. Train Arctic Beauty Male to cover a fence or arbor. It can grow to twenty feet, provides great texture, and adds a wonderful appearance to any landscape. *Vigorous Climbing Vine*Heart Shaped Green Leaves with Pink and White Varigation*Can Pollinate 6 Female Plants.
Colors Opposite TemperaturesEuphorbia Ascot Rainbow, Euphorbia martinii ‘Ascot Rainbow’ is a succulent which produces spikes of flowers (bracts) that are a blend of cream, lime and green that appear from late winter through spring.The foliage of Ascot Rainbow displays tones of cream and grey green in the spring and summer. It matures to a stunning red and pink when the cooler months of the year arrive. With its narrow, grey-green leaves edged in yellow, this flamboyant Euphorbia will add a bright spot in your garden all summer.Ascot Rainbow can be used as a great accent plant for containers because it is such a distinct and unique succulent. Use gloves when handling because the sap is an irritant. It has an extreme tolerance to heat and dryness and is easy to grow and will provide stunning foliage throughout the year.*Very Early Spring Blooms*Foliage Changes Color With Temperature*Loves Heat and Drought.
Fast Growing Climber Attracts Butterflies & HummingbirdsThe Trumpet Creeper, Campsis radicans, is a rapid growing clinging vine that produces bright red orange trumpet shaped flowers up to 3 inches long. It blooms in the summer months and attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Also known as the Trumpet Vine, and it is a tough vine for hot and dry sites.The abundant sprays of trumpet-shaped red orange flowers cover this deciduous vine for an extra long bloom season.Trumpet Creeper often grows with multiple trunks, or a shrub like form if it does not have anything to climb. When it does have a structure upon which to climb, it has a vine form that grows up to 30 feet tall. Eventually, the main stem can grow to seven inches wide.The rapid growth makes it an excellent plant for covering fences or arbors. The clinging vines attach themselves to structures and climbs by aerial tendrils.* Bright Orange Trumpet Shaped Flowers* Vigorous Growth* Attracts Butterflies and Hummingbirds .