This was the first dwarf Monarda with mildew resistant foliage to be introduced to the trade. Lavender-rose flowers top the stout, square stems of this Monarda from midsummer to early fall. They are enhanced by the lush dark green, crinkled foliage which forms a compact mound.
Great big, bright cherry-pink bells are borne on erect stems beginning in early summer. The bell-shaped flowers have reddish-purple spots inside. Forms compact rosettes of soft green, ovate toothed leaves.
Striking blue double flowers with silver edges bloom virtually all summer long on tall upright stems. Starts to bloom in early summer and continues through late summer if spent flower stems are removed.
A profusion of cup-shaped, upward-facing, 2 inch wide, vivid blue-violet flowers with lighter centers float above the mound of dark green foliage from late spring to late summer if deadheaded regularly.
A showy perennial with bright golden yellow petals and brown centers. Offers an exceptionally long flowering season. Sturdy, upright habit makes it a wonderful bedding plant for mixed borders and wildflower gardens. Very drought tolerant.
A profusion of unique star-shaped flowers about 2 inches wide are produced on compact plants. They can vary in color from bright yellow-orange to near red, and are always heavily spotted with red. The foliage is sword-shaped like that of a tall bearded iris.
Strong, sword-like foliage supports round, bright-orange flowers with burgundy spots. Flowers give way to attractive seed heads that resemble blackberries. Both flowers and seed heads are outstanding as cut flowers. Drought tolerant.
A profusion of bright yellow, star shaped flowers are produced above a compact clump of green, sword shaped foliage. Blue-green, iris like foliage that is topped with unspotted yellow flowers in summer. The flowers are like tiny daylilies that stay open for one day but are followed by many more blooms for weeks in the summer.
Masses of large, crimson red blossoms bloom from early summer all the way into early fall, even under hot and dry conditions. Since it is produced from seed, about 20% of the flowers will have slight yellow tips.
Rich maroon-red petals with sunny yellow tips surround the reddish-brown, button-like center. These daisy-like blooms are highly valued for their hot red and yellow hues and they attract butterflies. Since the flowers just keep on coming from early summer into fall, they provide continuous color in containers and will keep your vases full of fresh blanket flower bouquets all season long!
Scarlet-red petals with sunny yellow tips surround the reddish-brown, button-like center. These daisy-like blooms are highly valued for their hot red and yellow hues and they attract butterflies. Since the flowers just keep on coming from early summer into fall, they provide continuous color in containers and will keep your vases full of fresh blanket flower bouquets all season long.
Solid yellow flowers with serrated tips on the petals give this flower a ruffled appearance. Compact, low mounds of downy, olive green leaves are highlighted by the bold, long-blooming blossoms. Very drought resistant.
Native to open, hot plains, this drought tolerant and adaptable wildflower boasts beautiful bright red daisy-like flowers with bronze-to-yellow colored tips that are up to three inches in diameter. Thrives in heat and provides a continual supply of bright and cheerful cut flowers throughout the summer.
Deep rose-pink buds open to reveal pale pink, heart-shaped blooms which dance charmingly above the ferny, gray-green foliage. This selection is everblooming, flowering most freely in spring and continuing throughout the summer and into fall.