Petunia Supertunia Vista Bubblegum, Petunia hybrid ‘Supertunia® Vista Bubblegum’ PPAF, has bubblegum pink flowers that will add a striking mass of color to your garden.This petunia with its vivid color is bred for early color, size, fragrance and vigor. This one is a sassy Bazooka pink! One plant can grow up to 24 inches across and lasts weeks longer than other petunias!Fertilize ‘Supertunia® Vista Bubblegum’ often for best results. Supertunia is a long time favorite of growers and gardeners. They’re virtually maintenance free and bloom continuously throughout the season. They have large blossoms that attract butterflies and hummingbirds.Petunias will provide long-term color in full sun areas throughout the season. They are ideal for baskets, beds, balconies and combination plantings. Petunias are very heat and drought tolerant once established in the ground or pot. They do not need to have their dead flower heads removed to continue flowering and they are not leggy. Petunias grow fast and therefore need ample moisture and fertilizer.Make sure you plant plenty of ‘Supertunia® Vista Bubblegum’ in your flower garden. You will be glad you did!This plant can be a perennial in zones 9-11. In zones 3-8 it is an annual only.* Bubblegum pink flowers* Heat and drought tolerant* Long bloomingPick your color….
Looks Great in Mass as a GroundcoverTorenia Catalina Pink, Torenia ‘Catalina® Pink’ PP17, 025, is a great choice for your part shade locations. This shorter 10″-16″ Torenia fills hanging baskets and containers with masses of color, and wonderful as a groundcover in shady areas. Keep the plants well watered, especially in hot, windy weather, but be careful not leave the plants standing in water. Torenia Catalina Pink is a heat and shade tolerant plant that has a snapdragon-like flower all season. It is low maintenance and dead heading is not necessary. Blooms have lovely shades of pink, so intermingles well with other plants to fill in the middle ground of a combination. * Thrives in partial shade* Great in mass as a groundcover* Perennial in zones 9-11, annual In zones 3-8Pick your color….
The Begonia Dragon Wing Red, ‘Begonia x hybrida’, is a beautiful shade plant growing up to 15 inches tall with a a spread of up to 18 inches. Dragon Wing Red Begonias perform very well in the landscape with excellent heat tolerance and garden performance. Dragon Wing Red is part of a new series that is very heat tolerant and has wing-like, glossy green leaves. It’s an excellent companion with other annuals in containers and hanging baskets. The Dragon Wing works great in full sun but the look in partial shade is absolutely awesome. These plants bloom almost constantly and have angel-wing shaped, dark green leaves that are spectacularly glossy with huge panicles of red flowers hanging down. This plant is ideal for hanging baskets on the front porch or in large containers. Begonia Dragon Wings prefer planting beds that are well drained and organic-rich.* Award Winner* Heat Tolerant* Deadheading Not Necessary Best in Show in Your Yard?Pick your color….
Hot and Sunny for These Red BallsArmeria Ballerina Red (False Sea Thrift), Armeria pseudarmeria ‘Ballerina Red’, will show off its abundance of bright red flower clusters from mid through late spring. It rebloom sporadically throughout the summer months if deadheadedSporting broad evergreen leaves, beautiful ball-shaped flower heads, and 14″ stiff flower stems. Ballerina Red will be a standout in any landscape.As it ages, this Armeria increases its compactness and uniformity. Ballerina Red overwinters well and once established is heat and salt tolerant.Ballerina Red will bloom the first year. This sturdy flowering perennial forms a neat grassy-like mound that stays fresh all summer long. Use in borders, containers, or as a charming groundcover.Dividing should be done in early spring.*Red Ball Shaped Flowers*Rebloomer if Deadheaded*Heat and Salt Tolerant.
Beautiful Indestructible VineHummingbirds are attracted to orange-red flowers and sweet nectar, both abundant features of the hybrid Dropmore Scarlet Honeysuckle Vine It couldn’t be easier to grow. Iit will withstand cold winters, put up with drought and doesn’t need anything but a half-day of full sun and some moist, fertile soil to perform at its best. It’s a rugged semi-evergreen climber that’s virtually indestructible, even with haphazard pruning. Each year, from June to September, you can look forward to lightly fragrant masses of scarlet-orange tubular flowers that give way to small red berries in the fall which the birds just love. Because it’s a vining variety, be sure to give it a sturdy support to climb on soon after it’s planted. Zones 4-8.* Red Trumpet Flowers Attract Hummingbirds* Hardy Fast Growing Vine* Birds Attracted to Red Berries.
The Yaku Jima Maiden Grass, Miscanthus sinensis ‘Yaku Jima’, is compact with fine textured foliage that turns reddish brown in the fall and remains attractive well into winter. The reddish flowers are showy but not quite as fluffy as most. Yaku Jima Maiden Grass is a slightly bigger plant than ‘Adagio’, but the main difference is that its leaves are even narrower, almost needle fine! Yaku Jima Maiden Grass is very hardy and low growing, it tolerates a wide range of soil types; moderately drought tolerant; holds up to wind and snow. Use as a specimen, in a container, as a border, along walkways, or by the water’s edge. Yaku Jima Grass prefers full sun and moist, well drained soil; a great grass for small gardens.*Drought Tolerant *Blooms August to February .
Pink Flowers on Variegated GrassGrass – Variegated Feather Reed, Calamagrostis acutiflora ‘Overdam’, displays white and green leaves, and its smaller size makes it more refined than ‘Karl Forester’.In some ways, it is even more pleasing than its big brother, Karl. It has medium blade width and flowers in June through July. It will most likely remain upright throughout the winter.Variegated Feather Reed does well in heavy clay soils, unlike many of the other ornamental grasses. With ample moisture it will do well in full sun, but likes a little shade in hot climates.It provides an excellent vertical accent for borders and for narrow spaces in the landscape. It is also effective in moist low spots or on pond/stream banks. Variegated Feather Reed works well as a specimen, or incorporated into a border and makes a good low screen, especially in somewhat shady areas.Use as a backdrop for roses and other perennials. It should be cut back in early spring, just before the new growth starts. Create your own dried arrangement, because this grass does make a wonderful display for your favorite vase or basket!* 2′ High Variegated Leaves* Pinkish Flowers in Mid Summer* Does Well In Heavy Clay Soil.
Versatile Ornamental Grass Little Zebra Maiden Grass, Miscanthus sinensis ‘Little Zebra’, is an ornamental grass with versatile features. Plant one of these for an accent in your perennial bed, several along a pond or patio, or en masse on a hilly slope. One of the sterling features of this “little” grass is its versatility! Your Little Zebra Maiden Grass is an exceptional example of what an ornamental grass should be. It’s not only hardy and easy to care for, but will present a head-turning display in your yard. Little Zebra forms a dense clump creating a neat appearance. The vibrant green foliage reaches up and out, each long, thin leaf sporting horizontal lines of a yellow hue. The bi-color effect in your landscape is sure to be exquisite. As if the decorative foliage weren’t enough, 6-inch purple plumes shoot up above the colorful leaves in late summer, reaching a total height of 2-feet above the foliage! As the seeds mature, the plumes transition to a creamy shade and the foliage fades, remaining a lovely point of interest for your winter landscape. Little Zebra Maiden Grass is a dwarf variety that will grow up to 4 feet tall, with a flowering plum reaching 2 feet above that. Its spread is about 3-feet wide. It’s a relatively hardy grass, drought resistant (when established), and adaptive to a variety of conditions. With so many ornamental grasses on the market, it can be difficult to choose the best for your landscape. Little Zebra Maiden Grass will give you the opportunity to have a bi-color grass that is not only compact and easy to care for, but also offers vibrant color for your yard spring through fall, and even some delicate color and texture in the winter months. * Bi-color foliage * Winter interest * Late season flower * Great for containers * Deer resistant * Adaptive to a variety of conditions * Urban tolerant.
Blast of Scarlet in Early SpringTexas Scarlet Flowering Quince, Chaenomeles japonica ‘Texas Scarlet’, is one of the first shrubs to bloom in the spring. The scarlet flowers emerge before the foliage in the spring.The emerging young foliage is also red and matures into glossy, green foliage which covers the 3′ high plant.The suggested uses for this plant include specimen plant, border, barrier, hedge, cut flowers, and attracting wildlife.The fruit is yellow-green fruit and edible when cooked. It may be left on the plant to feed wildlife.The Texas Scarlet Flowering Quince does best in full to part sun and is adaptable to both dry and moist sites. This plant can thrive in urban environments!Bring spring into your home by cutting branches and displaying the bright flowers in a vase or floral arrangement!*Profusion of Scarlet Flowers in Early Spring*Foliage Emerges Red and Matures to Green*Fruit is Edible or Left for Wildlife .
Spikes of Red and YellowKniphofia Fire Dance, Kniphofia hirsuta ‘Fire Dance’, creates a glow that will last from early through late summer. This variety, developed by Jelitto Seeds, is only 20″ tall and wide, making it the perfect size for small spaces and containers.Coral red and yellow flower spikes grow atop a thick clump of narrow, arching, blue-green foliage. ‘Fire Dance’ is one of the shortest, prettiest and most reliably cold-hardy species in the genus. Though small in stature, ‘Fire Dance’ is very cold hardy and easily grown in average and compost-enriched garden soils.Drought resistant, low-growing, this fiery plant could be used in the rock garden or the front of the border. The tough leaves are ignored by deer and rabbits, but the brightly colored, tubular flowers are adored by hummingbirds and butterflies.If you have a city garden and space is an issue, this Red Hot Poker is perfect. It is a bright and charming plant, and the flowers contrast with the blue green foliage which is low growing and arched.* Spikes of Red and Yellow Flowers* Cold Hardy* Compact Plant.