Found by gardener Jeana Prewitt of Nashville, who discovered it growing mildew-free amoung many thousands of wild plants. Large clusters of sweet-scented flowers bloom midsummer to midfall and attract butterflies by the score.Coming Soon
Fertilizer: Apply about 2” of compost prior to planting and each spring thereafter. This should be sufficient, but if not, a liquid feeding with an organically-sourced fertilizer in mid-summer can be applied.
We thrill to see self sown plants establish in our gardens, for the large blue green leaves are so decorative and the dangling green flowers so beguiling! A fantastic summer to fall mingler, lovely with marigolds and more.
An heirloom listen in an 1886 garden catalog, 'Isabellina' has moonlight-yellow blossoms in clusters. A perfect addition to a white garden, or along paths with California poppy 'Apricot Chiffon' or viola 'Etain'.Coming Soon
Sow one inch deep and space 12-18 inches apart in rows 3-4 feet apart. (60-75 days) CERTIFIED ORGANIC Each packet contains approximately 100 seeds. Transplant outside after the soil has warmed to 65˚ to 75˚F.
‘Brilliant' dates from circa 1901 and was described in 1923 as light pink with a distinct dark pink eye. Texan Pride is another name for this showy, easy to grow flower. One of the oldest still available.Coming Soon
Orange Jasmine (Murraya paniculata) Transport yourself to the tropics with the sweet scent of this "Orange Jasmine." Not only does this compact plant boast waxy white flowers, but it also emits an intense orange-blossom fragrance.
Soil pH: Acidic to neutral Fertilizer: Scratch in several inches of compost prior to planting. Alternatively, feed with an organically sourced liquid fertilizer once per month or scratch in a granular, slow-release type.
Butterscotch caramel and cherry pink colors combine in full trusses of bloom. Texas Pride, an old-fashioned name for this flower, is now the pride of The Netherlands, from whence this lovely variety comes.
White satin and lavender-blue flowers with beautiful eyes and markings in contrasting blue shades you could only envision in your wildest dreams. Fantastic as edging, shear for all-summer bloom.Coming Soon
One of my earliest loves, annual Drummond's phlox holds its large candelabra blooms strongly upright, all the better to appreciate its lovely colors and patterns. What You’ll Grow Plant: Green stems clasped with oblong-lance shaped green leaves, opposite...