Please check our Plant List for our different varieties available for the season.
Begonias We grow at least 2 types of begonias each year. Sometimes more if the space allows. We grow a regular begonia and the Dragon Wing series. Dragon Wing is a gardening marvel you will love.The bright blooms arise in big, loose clusters that peer downward from among huge, glossy, wing-shaped leaves. Perfect for a hanging basket, terrace, or other high point, the flowers show to full effect when seen from below. And the plant is bushy and full, seeming to burst its bounds when confined to a container, yet never sprawling or ungainly in the garden. Gleaming with vigor, it blooms in summer in full sun (in the north) to partial shade (in the south), tolerating extreme heat beautifully. The flower color changes a bit depending on the light.
Calibrachoa It is also known as million bells, is one of the most popular plants for growing outdoors in containers. A classic spiller plant, it has a trailing habit and looks great in hanging baskets, bowls, or mixed containers. It also works well in unusual containers, such as colanders or even plastic laundry baskets. Calibrachoa is a prolific bloomer and produceIs 1-inch blossoms that resemble tiny petunias. This information comes from The Spruce.
Coleus Coleus is such a delight! It’s so easy to start from seed that children can – and should do it, because the sight of those tiny leaves already colored and patterned in the exotic forms that Coleus takes is simply wonderful! It’s also an easy plant to grow from cuttings – just root a stem in wet sand or even a glass of water! And, for the truly determined, Coleus is actually a perennial that can be kept going for several years with a little judicious pruning. Coleus foliage plant prefers part shade for best color, keep the soil moist and the drainage good, and it will reward you with months and months of beauty. Who needs flowers with brilliant leaves like these! This information comes from Park Seed Company one of the many vendors we purchase our seeds from.
Creeping Jenny Shiny golden trailing foliage brightens any garden. Lime green leaves are nearly iridescent in the sun. A colorful, easy-care choice for mixed containers or groundcover. It also requires partial sun and does well in USDA Zones 4-10.
Dianthus An attractive mix in a wide range of colors on compact, well branched plants. A continuous bloomer. It is resistant to heat and frost.
Dichondra Heat tolerant and very dense. It is very easy to grow. It makes a wonderful hanging basket. It cascades without tangling. Requires well drained soil. It is well suited for indoors. It also does well outside as a ground cover.
Dusty Miller Showy, finely lobed silvery-white foliage on uniform plants. Excellent for bedding as an accent plant.
Echinacea Coneflower also known as Echinacea where it has gained popularity in the herbal world, produce showy blooms on sturdy, upward stalks. Unique for its petals that drape down and away from its conical center, it offers up its pollen to bees and butterflies passing by.
Foliage We carry several different types of just foliage hanging baskets. We generally have Wandering Jews, Tahitian Bridal Veil, Bolivian Jews and Ferns. These items vary from year to year..
Geraniums Geraniums are a longtime favorite of gardeners. They are easy to grow, colorful, and emit a lovely scent. To encourage blooming, deadhead spent flowers.
Gerbera Daisy If you love cutflowers, you MUST grow Gerbera Daisies. You can always rely on bright blooms and plenty of them! This flower brings you blooms earlier and more heavily than any other, continuing nonstop all season!
Hypoestes One of the most effortless houseplants or shade bedders you will ever grow, Splash is so much fun! An annual foliage plant, it springs right up from seed, its leaves beautifully "splattered" with white or varying hues of pink. Quite compact, it looks terrific in shady beds and borders from spring through fall, then makes a fine winter houseplant!The large, pointed leaves arise from the central stem, creating a neat rosette that looks lovely in the front of the border or in containers of all sizes. The foliage is dark green very heavily splattered with bright colors, so that on most leaves, only the midrib and veining remain green! This mix contains 3 complementary colors: dark pinkish-red, light pink, and ivory-white. They look great together, or may be selected for their variegation and arranged as you please. This information comes from Park Seed Company. One of the many vendors we purchase seed from.
Impatiens All the good qualities you expect from Impatiens, it's stronger, earlier and longer to bloom, They are versatile enough for beds, shady borders, and containers of all types. They begin blooming in early spring in the semi- to fully-shaded garden or container, and keeps coming all the way to frost! In southern areas, it has been known to overwinter. Also a fine houseplant, This information come from Park Seed Company. One of the many vendors we purchase seed from.
Lantana The mounding growth habit and colorful blooms makes this a fantastic choice for landscape, baskets and containers! Its blooms are amongst the foliage that bloom right up until the frost. The Lantana is desired most for their bright, ever-blooming colors, heat tolerance, low maintenance and mounding growth habit for landscape, beds, baskets and containers. This is a great annual for Spring, Summer, and Fall. They mature to about 12-16" tall and about 12-14" wide.
Lobelia Lush green foliage then covers itself with an abundance of delicate blue blooms that mix splendidly in containers. The mounding, upright growth habit and colorful blooms makes this a fantastic choice for landscape, baskets and containers! Its blooms are just above the foliage and bloom all through early Spring and Summer. Lobelia is desired most for their delicate, ever-blooming colors, heat tolerance, low maintenance and mounding, upright growth habit for landscape, beds, baskets and containers. This is a great annual for early Spring - Summer.
Marigolds With flowers in the colors of the sun -- bright yellows, bold oranges, rich golds and russets, and brilliant whites -- Marigolds have been delighting children and adults alike for many, many years. Very prolific and easy-to-grow annuals, Marigolds are available in a variety of sizes and are often used in indoor arrangements. Marigolds have a powerful, pungent odor and are valued in cosmetic treatment. Marigolds are also valued as companion plants in the vegetable garden, as they attract pollinators and act as a natural insect repellent!
Monarda Bee Balm Ultra-colorful, wonderfully fragrant, frizzy 1 1/4- to 1 3/4-inch blooms in 4 hot colors light up the midsummer garden! This foolproof Monarda mix boasts scented flowers and foliage, for a dramatic impact in the garden or vase. The blooms of bright red, scarlet, pink, and salmon are as long-lasting as they are dramatic, heralding the arrival of midsummer to the garden.Nothing brings in the butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees like Monarda, and these vigorous, bushy 2- to 4-foot plants bloom profusely, with up to 20 long stems per plant. Excellent for cutting! This information comes from Park Seed Company. One of the many vendors we purchase our seeds from.
Mosquito Plant This well loved plant is essentially prized for its citrusy scent, which is thought to hold mosquito-repelling properties. The plant releases its smell when touched, it is thought to work best as a repellent when the leaves are crushed and rubbed on the skin as mosquitoes are supposed to be offended by its citronella scent.
Nasturtium These flowers are edible, with a peppery bite that works well in salads and vegetable dishes. If adding them to food, sprinkle the petals or petal pieces on just before serving, to keep them fresh and colorful. A nice touch for special occasions!
Petunias Often grown as annuals, Theyare one of the most popular flowers. They are tender perennials in Zones 9 to 11. Petunias are divided into two different groups:
Grandiflora petunias have very large flowers and are best grown in containers or hanging baskets (because they are more susceptible to rain damage).
Multiflora petunias have smaller, but more abundant flowers and are ideal for summer bedding or in a mixed border (because they are more tolerant to wet weather).
Phlox This early blooming garden phlox produces dense bouquets of lilac-pink blooms all throughout the sunny summer season which make great accents to the in your beds and borders.
Portulaca This bright and cheery mix has a mounded habit. Beautiful colors of red, purple, orange, white, and yellow, will line your garden and containers!
Purslane Purslane may be used fresh as a salad, stir-fried, or cooked as spinach is, and because of its mucilaginous quality it also is suitable for soups and stews.
Salvia For intense color saturation on neat, compact plants that really take the summer heat, Vista is unbeatable! This charmer begins flowering early (before the end of spring in most climates) and continues up to frost, filling garden and container with blinding stoplight-red blooms that attract hummingbirds, butterflies, and compliments by the dozen!
Succulents Succulents are plants with parts that are thickened, fleshy and engorged, usually to retain water in arid climates or soil conditions. The word "succulent" comes from the Latin word sucus, meaning juice, or sap.
Verbena A dainty presence in garden and container, this compact, mounded Verbena is packed with more flower power than you might believe possible from such a neat little plant.
Vinca Such a trouble-free delight in the garden, this hale-and-hearty Vinca begins blooming extra-early with big flowers of pure white, each dotted with a bright red eye. The blooms continue in full force for months, despite extreme heat, poor soil, and just about any other obstacle Nature throws its way!
Zinnias This bedding Zinnia is just 12 to 15 inches high and wide, but it takes off like crazy and covers itself in big, beautiful blooms all summer. It's renowned for its resistance to heat, drought, and mildew, which makes it worth its weight in gold in humid and rainy climates. Now, all Zinnias are pretty tolerant of heat, but some goes above and beyond. Of course, it also attracts butterflies, puts up with stressful conditions, and flowers its head off -- it's a truly carefree choice for edging, bedding, and containers.