Sometimes referred to as the “knee high” cosmos, Dwarf Sensation is perfect for the smaller garden and short borders. It is the earliest blooming cosmos and reaches only 20” making it excellent for pots as well.
This attractive picotee flower has a white center with magenta-red and carmine- rose edges. Plants grow up to 36" tall. They will do well in both average and poor soils. They will grow in full sun to part shade and are tolerant to dry soil conditions.
Sensation boasts unusually large blossoms in a broad range of colors including pink, white, and crimson that can be found in solids and some bicolors. An exquisite cut flower -- it adds pizzazz to any garden bouquet.
This wildflower likes moist conditions, but is quite adaptable. It blooms profusely its second spring, and makes a great show especially in large plantings. Let is seed itself heavily, since it is often short-lived. Plant spring, summer, or fall.
This very hardy perennial is absolutely one of the most favorite Western wildflowers. One to two foot tall plants are smothered with small, five-petal, saucer-shaped flowers of sky-blue held on slender stems.
Dwarf plants have similar growth characteristics as flowering cabbage, but have larger, more deeply ruffled leaves. The best color begins in the cooler weather. This variety, however, does better in warmer temperatures than other varieties.
Red, yellow, crimson, white, and pink trumpet-shaped flowers in countless variations cover these mounding plants creating a dazzling display for mid-summer. The flowers produce a jasmine-like fragrance.
Orbit geraniums are renowned for their ease of growing, uniformity in earliness, striking foliage, and bushy growth habit. They continually produce large, 4-5 inch, well-rounded flower heads throughout the season.