Bold blue blooms on this exceptionally heat tolerant scaevola. More compact and earlier blooming than other varieties. A versatile choice: try it in the garden, hanging baskets, containers or window boxes!
Huge flowers from summer through fall on strong stems and make beautiful cut flowers. Bloom color varies based on soil acidity; pink in alkaline soils and blue in acidic soils. 'Big Daddy' is easy to grow in heat and humidity and has an exceptionally long bloom time.
Delightful, rich blue, bell-shaped flowers grace these first-rate naturalizers in the spring. Plants spread by bulb offsets and also produce seeds. They grow well in all types of soil, in sun or shade and require little care.
Exotic, dainty blooms gracefully float above a mound of velvety green foliage. A relative of african violets but out scores in performance outside and inside. Ideal in containers for adding color to decks, patios and porches, or in the garden. Prefers part sun outdoors, indirect light indoors.
Large, striking flowers bloom from early summer until frost. The foliage is dark green marbled with chartreuse and creates attractive mounds all season. Great in the garden or cascading from containers or hanging baskets. 2008 Perennial Plant of the Year.
Dense, richly-colored flowers have an intense, sweet vanilla scent. Attracts butterflies to the garden, and is an excellent addition to summer bouquets. Tidy, mounded form is perfect in containers or planted in the garden. Deer resistant and heat tolerant.
Striking flowers attract butterflies and complement fragrant silver-gray foliage. Creates a cloudlike effect in the garden or mixed shrub planting. Excellent with yellow flowers or burgundy foliages. Cut back to the ground in spring as new growth begins.
Profuse and intensely colored flowers top fans of stiffly upright, iris-like growth. Blooms over a long period and is a source of nectar for butterflies. Beautiful planted along walkways, at the front of the border or at woodland's edge. Deer resistant.
Unique, fan-shaped flowers are produced in abundance on this trailing plant. Perfect by itself or in combination plantings in hanging baskets, window boxes and containers. Deer resistant and heat tolerant, these plants will perform well in the garden.
Spikes of richly colored flowers attract butterflies and are lovely in bouquets. Plant in large groups to emphasize the vibrant blooms or in container gardens blended with black-eyed Susan and pink petunias for a marvelous display. Their appeal is enhanced with heat tolerance and full branching.