Bushy plants are covered in large, silken, hibiscus-shaped, pink and white flowers. Lavatera has an upright growth habit that doesn't require staking. It is an easy to grow annual which can add much color to the flower garden. Can grow up to 4 feet tall.
Royal treatment for walks! Forms a neat, 7 inch band of smoky blue flowers on plants only 4 – 6 inches tall. The dainty flowers absolutely overwhelm the fine, green foliage for an elegant sea of blue in your garden.
This trailing lobelia is covered in cobalt blue flowers with white centers only ½ inch across. They are stunning planted alone or amongst other flowers. Plant them in containers, window boxes, and in the garden.
This stunning marigold is easy to grow. Producing tall plants located with beautiful carnation-like, double-blooming flowers. The rich colors include yellow, gold, and orange. Bushy plants reach up to 3 ft. tall.
This showy, cheery, colorful mixture of large morning glory flowers will brighten any garden. Great in pots and on fences or trellises. In the summer, flowers open in the morning while the air is still cool, and all day during the fall.
Completely covered with fragrant, semi-double flowers in a range of bright red, yellow, orange, and white colors. These compact 15” – 18” plants are great in beds, edgings, pots, and hanging baskets. Blooms last until frost under optimum conditions.
A display of flaming red flowers that lasts throughout the summer distinguishes the scarlet runner bean. The blossoms are less than an inch across, borne in cluster like those of sweet peas that hummingbirds love.