Our selection of Crocus includes several colors of strong and hardy bulbs. Their bright colors announce the coming of spring, sometimes even before the snow has melted. They'll surprise you, they'll cheer you, and they'll lift you out of winter's doldrums.
Grows 3-6'' tall and blooms in late summer. Cold-hardy relative to the florist's cyclamen. The Hardy Cyclamen grows in the shade and when it blooms, looks like a flock of butterflies fluttering above the heart-shaped leaves.
SHIPS IN FALL One of the most distinctive Peony-flowering tulips on the market. Blooms in late spring. Double Beauty of Apeldoorn produces wonderfully colored golden orange flowers with red highlights.
Plant in full sun to partial shade. SHIPS IN FALL These little jewels bloom in very early spring and grow only 4-6'' high. You'll love the brightly colored, violet-scented blooms. Great for planting under trees.
A summer blooming bulb from South Africa that creates great impact in the sunny garden or containers. Bugle Lilies provide lots of warmly colored flowers on tall upright stems. Grows best in well-drained soil and is deer resistant.
Later blooming than many other tulips, they will extend your season. SHIPS IN FALL Known as the World's Most Beautiful Tulip! You'll fall in love with the Angelique Tulip and its oversized double flowers.
In zones 3-7 treat as a tender bulb and lift prior to first frost and store in 40-50 degree area. Sturdy 3-4' tall stems. Plant in full sun. You'll roar with delight when you see this canna in full bloom! Variegated foliage is striped in cream-yellow...
Box Dimensions: 9" x 9" x 28 The Kalanchoe provide a counter point with its succulent leaves and quaint mango red flowers. Invite this beauty into your home or gift it to loved ones and watch the magic unfold in your home season after season.
65 days from direct-sowing. This is the classic green-podded pole bean, gardeners' choice for generations! The reason is simple: mouth-watering flavor that just won't quit -- though the heavy yields and great adaptability to adverse conditions don't hurt,...
Days To Maturity: 65
Harvest Season: Early Fall, Late Fall, Late Summer, Mid Fall, Mid Summer
(Rot can also be an issue when the fruit comes into contact with moist soil over a long period.) Native Americans and European pioneers used gourds extensively for everything from water dippers to siphons, bowls, and instruments.
Harvest the heads when they are firm and brightly colored. In taste tests, it was the consistent winner. And talk about plate appeal -- these rich red leaves are eye-catching from a distance! Best of all, from a gardener's point of view, is the disease...
Long before the Knock Outs arrived, the Meidilands were breeding long-blooming, disease-resistant, densely-branched shrub roses for garden beauty. The Meidiland or House of Meilland family of shrub roses is one of the most exciting developments in the...
Restrictions: Canada, Guam, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands
25 days for baby greens; 40 for mature leaves. Novico is ready in under a month for tender, succulent baby greens. Fast-growing, with a high resistance against most types of downy mildew, and simply delicious, it is a great variety for spring and fall.
Fruit Color: Green
Harvest Season: Early Fall, Early Spring, Early Winter, Late Fall, Late Spring, Mid Fall, Mid Spring