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Échinops

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Échinops

A striking combination of flower, foliage and stem color, impressive in the garden and cut for arrangements, fresh or dried. Attracts butterflies and lovely planted with baby's breath, garden phlox, yarrow, daylily, Russian sage or ornamental grasses.

Tulipe

Tulip

Gorgeous yellow and red flowers bloom atop soft green, grasslike leaves. These tulips require less cold than most, making them a wonderful addition to Southern gardens. These tulips make a lovely display in rock gardens and small group plantings and will naturalize easily.

Scaveole

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Scaevola

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!

Cerfeuil vivace

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Chervil

Aromatic foliage forms beautiful lacy mounds in the garden. Fresh leaves give a delicate anise flavor to salads, fish or chicken dishes and cheese sauces. Add in the last stages of cooking to preserve flavor. Remove flower buds to promote leaf growth, but leave a few flowers to reseed for next year.

Basilic thaï

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Thai Basil

Large, aromatic leaves have an intense licorice-basil flavor excellent for Thai and Vietnamese cooking, as well as Italian dishes. Holds its flavor better than common basil when cooked at high heat or simmered. Late blooming plants produce higher yields without the need to pinch flower buds.

Thym orange

Thym orange

A pretty creeping thyme produces tiny, pale flowers above a dense mat of foliage that releases an orange-spice scent when crushed. Ideal ground cover for trailing over rocks or between paving stones where footsteps will release its scent. Outstanding in sauces and soups, and in herbal vinegar.

Streptocarpella

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Streptocarpella

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.

Thym serpolet

Thym serpolet

Extremely dense mats of dark green evergreen foliage are blanketed with countless showy flowers. Ideal ground cover for trailing over rocks or between paving stones where footsteps will release its scent. Attractive at garden's edge, in herb gardens, or along walkways. Flowers attract bees.

Chrysanthème de fleuriste

Chrysanthème de fleuriste

Vibrant flowers for decorating or gift-giving. Ideal as a centerpiece or group several plants for a colorful room accent. To encourage buds to open fully, place in bright light near a sunny window. Once your plant is  full flower, it may be displayed in any light conditions. After watering, remove any water that pools in the decorative pot cover.

Coléus

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Coléus

Brilliant chartreuse leaves have burgundy veins and markings. An upright grower that adds a unique punch of color when used alone or in combination with other plants in the garden or containers.

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