A spectacular new generation of columbine, this selection produces a large bouquet of bright violet blue, spur-less flowers that resemble double clematis blossoms. They face upward for best display and make excellent long lasting cut flowers.
Aquilegia 'Clementine Dark Purple' is part of a spectacular new generation of Columbine with flowers resembling a small double flowering Clematis. The rich purple flowers of are fully double and spur-less. In late spring through early summer these beauties are packed with blooms above the compact foliage. The upward facing flowers also make excellent cut flowers!
Aquilegia 'Clementine Red' is part of a spectacular new generation of Columbine with flowers resembling a small double flowering Clematis. The fuchsia-red flowers are fully double and spurless.
This lovely new color will illuminate every corner of your garden. Soft lime green blooms nod above traditional blue-green foliage.
Exquisitely double pleated flowers of purple-blue and white, so beautiful that as they hang they resemble a ballerina's dress. Wonderfully formed, the pleats so precisely laid they transfix you when they appear during late spring.
Charming Columbine with long spurred, upward facing flowers. Blooms in early spring with light sky blue sepals and white petals. Compact, bushy habit.
Aquilegia Cardinal is part of the Songbird series, which is a hybrid strain of Columbine featuring large, upward-facing, bi-color flowers with red sepals framing white to light pink petals. Compact, bushy plants. The flowers bloom in spring.
Aquilegia Goldfinch is part of the Songbird series, which is a hybrid strain of Columbine featuring large fully double yellow flowers. Compact, bushy plants. The flowers bloom in spring.
Large fully double blooms with rose-pink sepals behind white petals. Compact, bushy plants. The flowers bloom in spring.
A novelty variety of columbines with its unique double flowers! The base of the flower petals and the short spurs are dark blue which fades to pure white at the top of each petal. Flowers are small, but their bright color lends charm to any landscape.
An exciting double flowered Aquilegia that is reminiscent of holiday candy-canes planted in the garden. An amazing combination of red and white flowers that draw immediate attention. Strong flowering plants will intrigue even the most well-seasoned gardener.
Glorious rosy-pink blooms bobbing atop hardy native plants that bloom freely over a very long season. A simple and beautiful plant for the garden 'Bravado' holds its extra-wide petals out flat, offering up even more color from late spring until the cold fall weather sets in.
A two-tiered purple Coneflower! Resulting from years of selection is a reliable seed strain with two-tiered flowers. A set of shorter petals rests on top of the cone while a "skirt" of longer, deep rose-pink petals emerge from the base of the cone.
Aptly named, this selection sports earthy gold flowers the color of a harvest moon with a golden orange cone. The nice wide flower petals are slightly reflexed and overlap, giving the blossoms a full, substantial presence. Plant it up close where you can enjoy its delightful rose-like fragrance.
'Henry Eilers' has finely quilled flowers of true yellow, not gold, and is stunning in a mass planting. The leaves are sweetly scented with a subtle vanilla fragrance.
A breakthrough in Echinacea breeding, a first-ever double orange selection! Hot Papaya matures with rich, spicy orange ray petals that are topped by a double, reddish-orange pompom. Each pompom has a remarkable papaya colored halo in the center that grows as it ages.
This plant is breathtaking! Glistening rayed petals open to a soft yellow or mango color before changing to a deep orange-red. A tall variety with strong clumps that look like fireworks with a continuous burst of new flowers. 'Hot Summer' will provide a dramatic array of colors and is deserving of a special place in the full sun border.
A dwarf version of the well-known native purple coneflower. Large, daisy-like flowers with clear pink, recurved ray petals and large, bronzy-orange central cones appear atop knee-high plants with sturdy stems. Its small stature makes this cultivar a great choice for small gardens. It tends to grow slowly, so it will not overtake neighboring plants.
A single, white-flowered selection with a greenish disc, and a sister to E. 'Kim's Knee High'. The "mop head" name refers to the petals that are fringey, and supposedly alludes to Kim's "turning-white" curly mop of locks.
You can never go wrong with 'Mac 'n Cheese'! It creates a brilliant splash of yellow in the perennial border or container. The multi-branched stems hold numerous, 4 inch flowers and never need staking. The highly fragrant blossoms are colorfast and will last 10-12 days in the vase. In the garden, they will attract butterflies like a magnet.
A classic purple Coneflower. Beautiful rose-pink ray petals with a coppery-brown, spiky central cone comprise the huge, flat flower heads of E. 'Magnus'. Newer blooms are more intense in color and fade to pale rose as they age, lending a bi-color effect to the entire clump of Echinacea.
This hybrid coneflower offers large single blooms with neon mango-yellow petals surrounding a deep golden-orange cone. Flowers have a sweet honeysuckle fragrance, appearing from midsummer well into the autumn and attracting butterflies like a magnet. Flowers are held on branching stems above a low mound of narrow dark green leaves.
A great new introduction that produces numerous, very large rose pink flowers with wonderful Merlot colored stems and petioles. In addition to the numerous flowers produced, this plant has really good branching and growth habit.
There are many new echinaceas to choose from but 'Milkshake' is really something special! It offers pom-pom flowers of creamy white that do not age. It starts blooming in June and still looks clean and fresh at the end of August. A fantastic cut flower that lasts for weeks in the vase.
This hybrid offers a total color breakthrough in Coneflowers. Large single blooms of rich sunset orange appear from midsummer well into the autumn. The fragrant blooms are attractive to butterflies.
Turn your landscape into a show ground arena with this Grand Champion Echinacea 'Pink Poodle'. One of the most exciting new perennials seen in years! The massive, fluffy, dahlia-like blossoms are an absolutely true pink, and are held on exceedingly strong, pencil thick stems.
Beginning in midsummer, a profusion of vibrant pink flowers with an orange cone are produced atop compact, knee-high plants with narrow, green leaves.
This plant is the perfect size for growing in decorative containers, small courtyard gardens, or near the front of the flower border.
Deep purple-pink blooms surround a brown-bronze cone. The large flat topped flowers are held in a refined, horizontal position atop this sturdy, tough native plant. Easy to grow, and attractive to birds and butterflies.
Beautiful double form, with a red-orange cone and contrasting orange ray petals. Blooms for a long period in summer and attracts butterflies to the garden.
These blooms earn their name with every neon-bright petal. Deep scarlet-red toward the base and magenta toward the tip, they are held straight out around a giant dark brown cone. Butterflies and bees rush to pay their respects, while pests and disease keep clear of this vigorous, low maintenance plant. Expect the blooms to begin in early summer in most climates and to continue well into fall!
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