Statice are papery flowers that sit atop ribboned stems in clusters of colors from white to pink to blue to peach. These are one of the most commonly used flowers for dried arrangements. These perennials bloom in summer.
Stock offers a wonderfully spicy, distinctive scent. Plant it in spring several weeks before your region's last frost date -- this annual thrives in cool temperatures and stops blooming once hot weather arrives.
An exquisite mix of autumn colors including, gold, yellow, rusty red, burgundy and bicolors. The 6 to 7 foot plants are literally covered in 5” blooms. This is a very showy mixture that is incredibly easy to grow.
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.
Kids really fall for Teddy Bear. This unusual member of the sunflower family is unlike regular types. It has cuddly-looking, 4-5 inch fully-doubled yellow flowers that are held up on sturdy dwarf plants 2 1/2-3 feet tall.
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.