These super-sized blooms reach up to 12” across on 5 – 6 foot tall plants. It is a branching variety with lemon-yellow petals and large, dark centers. It should be direct sown in a sunny area after all danger of frost has passed.
This is indeed the giant of all sunflowers sometimes reaching 12 feet tall! Thick stalks support the huge heads that tower above the rest of the garden. This single stem variety is a very fast and vigorous grower.
Deep, mahogony-red flowers cover 5 – 7 ft. tall plants. Velvet Queen flowers are 4” – 6” inches across, distinctive in their dark color, and elegant. Multi-blooms are produced on numerous side branches.
Perennial Sweet Pea is a rambling vine that easily grows to 6 feet or more. This easy-to-grow climber produces masses of fragrant blossoms and is quick to cover fences and trellises making a beautiful natural screen.
Bushy, heavy-blooming 24 to 30 inch plants produce large fragrant flowers in a wide range of attractive colors. Can be massed without support or trained on low trellises. They also look terrific scrambling over low shrubs and are excellent in containers.
The plants produce fragrant blossoms that are red, salmon, pink, white, lavender, and purple in color. They bloom all summer long and prefer locations in full sun. They will thrive if watered and kept dead-headed.
This mix is made up of 27 species that are designed to provide wildflowers for one year. It is ideal for over seeding mixed beds where the annuals have not reseeded themselves or to rejuvenate a bed that has gone "flat".