A Coneflower that's not purple!!! This selection sports warm russet-orange flowers with a prominent, brownish central cone. Their nice wide petals are slightly reflexed and overlap, giving the blossoms a full, substantial presence. Plant this one up close where you can enjoy its delightful rose-like fragrance.
A Coneflower that's not purple!!! This selection sports citron yellow flowers. Its central cone starts out green and then widens and turns gold as it ages.
Set your garden ablaze with this hot colored Coneflower! Echinacea 'Tiki Torch' boasts large, 4.5" pumpkin-orange flowers that are displayed on strong, well-branched stems. Blooms have a spicy scent.
Stunning warm, tomato-red flowers to 5" wide. A real treat to 3' tall and nearly as wide covered with flowers till frost. Plants are well branched and show excellent vigor.
A classic white Coneflower. Pure white ray petals reflex downward, away from the coppery-brown, spiky central cone. Their sweet honey-like fragrance attracts masses of butterflies. 'White Swan' is a bit shorter in stature than many other Coneflowers.
A robust grower with fuzzy, bright apricot leaves that fade to amber by summer, and purple-red undersides. Has a fabulous compact habit. Most seasons a creamy colored airy flower will appear in midsummer, but the foliage is stunning enough to over ride the interest in the bloom!
You'll be blown away by the spectacular glowing peach colored foliage of this new Heuchera! The very large leaves, which can measure up to 8" across, have rounded lobes and are dusted with a light silver overlay. In fall and winter, the foliage turns a warm rose-purple color. Dainty creamy white flowers are produced in early summer.
Dark, slightly marbled foliage. This series seems to hold up in the heat and maintain good color. Graceful, wide, arching sprays of airy flowers in early summer above mounds of neat evergreen foliage.
Graceful, wide, arching sprays of airy flowers in early summer above mounds of neat evergreen foliage. Makes an outstanding cut flower. Sturdy yellow to chartreuse leaves.
Extremely showy, scalloped semi-evergreen foliage and arching sprays of tiny, bell-shaped flowers. 'Harvest Silver' features fresh, silvery-green leaves with darker green veining. Its dainty, white blooms appear on airy panicles from late spring through early summer. They are attractive to hummingbirds and butterflies, and also make great cut flowers.
In spring, the new foliage emerges purple. Through the seasons, the foliage matures to deep green with prominent reddish purple veining and a light silver overlay. The flower stems are quite short, bearing creamy white flowers a bit earlier than is typical for Heucheras.
This new variety of Heuchera is named for the bright red color of its new foliage in spring. The mature foliage is deep maroon with heavily ruffled edges. Dark red stems carry a profusion of white flowers in late spring and early summer.
During the cooler weather of spring and fall, the foliage is a fantastic shade of brick red with bright chartreuse to gold edges and silvered undersides. During the warmer months of summer, the red pigments lighten and the leaves turn green.
This selection was the first of many purple-leaved Coral Bells, and is still an excellent choice. Plants form a low mound of maple-shaped leaves, from bronzy-green to rich purple-red. Spikes of small creamy-white flowers appear in early summer.
Finally,a heuchera superior even to 'Plum Pudding'! Blueberry colored foliage has a waxy sheen with a metallic overlay. Each individual leaf is quite large, up to 3-4 in. across. White flowers on slender stems seem almost insignificant as compared to the dramatic foliage.
In spring, the foliage is deep grape purple with a heavy steel-gray overlay and crisp veination. The underside of the plant are royal purple, revealed by the curling of the leaves. During the winter, the foliage turns to a rich violet hue.
Huge cinnamon-peach leaves and a lush habit. This plant makes a bold foliage statement. Creamy white flowers erupt in late summer. Foliage color changes from cinnamon peach to burnished copper to amber.
'Stormy Seas' is a low-growing perennial with compact form. It has roundish, wavy leaves with scalloped edges. The magnificently ruffled, somewhat glossy leaves are maroon-purple when young, aging to bronze-green with bright purple undersides. Crimson to coral, bell-shaped flowers set atop wiry stems from June to July contrast well with the rounded foliage.
Ever-popular and a classic perennial, C. 'Moonbeam' is an excellent performer with bright lemon-yellow flowers produced in profusion from early through late summer. The airy clumps of fine, needle-like foliage on upright stems add a nice texture element to the landscape.
Mouse Ear Coreopsis is loaded with brilliant bright orange flowers that are a great source of early spring color. Deep green, shiny leaves form a low clump and planted closely they will keep weeds to a minimum. This plant spreads nicely by seed without being invasive, and works well in a border or edge, or as a shorter cut flower.
Double, 2 in. wide, golden-yellow flowers have fringed petals and a mahogany red center. Reportedly blooms earlier than all other coreopsis. A compact grower.
Features daisy-like flowers with pink rays and yellow center disks. Flowers appear singly on short stalks in a profuse and lengthy summer bloom. Grass-like, light green leaves lend a fine-textured and airy appearance to the plant.
This colorful new threadleaf Coreopsis boasts large, yellow flowers sporting a burgundy red eye which bleeds out to the tips of each petal. Each flower has a slightly different pattern of yellow and red pigments, and many days, red is the dominant color.
Solitary, yellow, daisy-like flowers with yellow rays and darker yellow center disks atop slender erect stems. Blooms from late spring to late summer and sometimes into fall, making a brilliant spot in your garden all season long!
Delightful golden yellow petals with a deep burgundy center bloom from the middle of the summer through to fall.
One of the most loved perennials, C. 'Zagreb' is an excellent performer with bright golden-yellow flowers (a deeper yellow than 'Moonbeam') blooming from early through late summer. It forms an exceptionally bushy yet airy clump of fine, needle-like foliage on upright stems.
Tiny fern like leaves form an ever spreading purple gray mat. Summer brings striking contrast of tiny golden "brass button" flowers. Will tolerate light foot traffic. Perfect for around stepping stones and as a ground cover. Prefers a rich acidic soil.
A cushion or mat-forming, creeping, evergreen perennial with small, bright green, needle-like foliage. Bears from late spring to early summer, showy, white flowers with clear red centers. Great for rock gardens, borders or slopes. Nice effect cascading over walls.
'Blue Emerald' has delicate lavender blue flowers which blanket the foliage in late spring. It creates a subtle swathe of color when in bloom.
'Candy Stripes' has cute pink and white striped flowers which blanket the foliage in late spring. Plant this one up close where you can watch it bloom!
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