A riot of color for your garden or container! Why settle for simple when you can have Chaos? Pink Chaos Coleus is here to shake up your shady garden beds and pots with an eye-catching crash of color on every plant. With its wild fusion of pure white, hot pink and mint green splotches on every leaf, Chaos isn’t a plant to ‘blend in’…it stands out. You have been warned.Despite the tropical look, Coleus are some of the most carefree plants that you can grow. Chaos does well in sun or shade and normal garden or potting soil. All it really asks for is steady water. (The tell-tale ‘coleus droop’ lets you know if you’re not giving it enough water. How easy is that?)Once the height of fashion in Victorian Europe, coleus plants were bought and sold for astronomical sums as each nobleman vied to have the most unique plants in his private collection. Eventually the craze died out and coleus were thought of as common-place. After almost losing the best colors to history, thankfully, we are in the middle of a renaissance of coleus love. The sheer number of colors and ease of growth make these some of the best garden bedding plants for American gardens. They are stellar container plants, too, and you can even bring them in to overwinter as stand-out house plants!Don’t miss the craze this time around! Order your Pink Chaos Coleus from us today!* Tri-colored foliage * Sun or shade * Easy care * Great in containers.
A groundcover that is just right! Do you have a spot in your garden that could use a good groundcover, but is a little too wet, or a little too sunny? We think you’ll find that Goldilocks is just right!Goldilocks Moneywort (also known as Goldilocks Creeping Jenny – Lysimachia nummularia) is a tough-as-nails plant, only growing 2-4 inches tall, but 3 feet wide. It will easily fill a bare spot in a season.Goldilocks makes a great ground cover in places where it can be left alone to naturalize and spread. It excels on banks, in woodland gardens and along paths, especially in moist areas near streams, water gardens, pools or ponds. It is picture-perfect spilling over stone walls and adds stunning interest to hanging baskets.Goldilocks isn’t your typical green, but a lovely yellow-gold (especially in full sun) that really pops against other foliage. Try it around landscape rocks or garden containers to soften hard edges. It also makes a soft path substitute. It takes light foot traffic very well. It might be a little too aggressive for front-of-the-border spots next to lawns, but otherwise it will meet all of your expectations. Order yours today!* Fast growing * Full sun to light shade * Takes light foot traffic * Good container plant * Likes wet soil * Nice golden color really stands out.
This Flowering Grass Thrives in ShadeThe Ornamental Grass ‘Korean Feather Reed’, Calamagrostis brachytricha, is a stately ornamental that blooms well in light shade. It is a warm season ornamental grass which features a mound of narrow, stiff, green leaves. This grass is one of the few flowering grasses that is happy in the shade. The ‘Korean Feather Reed’ grass is more upright in full sun, but creates a more relaxed form when grown in partial shade. Somewhat relaxed in habit, it can serve as the main feature in a fall garden long after most other plants have given up! When relaxed, the blossoms can spill over in a graceful manner. It is best to plant and divide ‘Korean Feather Reed’ in early spring or early fall. Use in mass plantings, borders, containers, or as a specimen plant.* Great for mass plantings* Looks good in containers* Keeps color well into fall .