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  • Diascia barberae 'Ruby Field'

    Diascia barberae 'Ruby Field'

    Masses of deep coral rose flowers smother this long bloomer, if kept moist and sheared occasionally. A fantastic container accent that blooms from May to October.

  • Geranium 'Patricia'

    Geranium 'Patricia'

    Considered one of the longest blooming of the hardy geraniums, Patricia bears dark-eyed deep magenta pink flowers from May to August. Great plant for the mixed border. A "Great Plant Pick" for the Pacific Northwest.

  • Helianthemum 'Wisley Primrose'

    Helianthemum 'Wisley Primrose'

    Soft yellow flowers cover silvery, evergreen foliage in late spring to summer. This drought tolerant plant is excellent in rock gardens or mixed into borders.

  • Salvia nemerosa  'Burgundy Candles'

    Salvia nemerosa 'Burgundy Candles'

    Strong upright spikes hold wine-red buds that open to reveal blue flowers with burgundy calyces from May to October. Prefers a sunny location in a well-drained soil. Can be very drought tolerant.

  • Viola cornuta 'Ulla'

    Viola cornuta 'Ulla'

    The 1" dark purple, velvety bloom has two distinct petals that sit atop the flower and give the impression of little "wings". Great filler plant in garden beds. Semi-evergreen and blooms from spring through fall.

  • Calibrachoa 'Million Bells Bouquet Cream'

    Calibrachoa 'Million Bells Bouquet Cream'

    A profusion of cream colored, 1 1/2-inch blossoms with a brilliant yellow center. Compact mounding habit makes it ideal for containers, hanging baskets, window boxes and landscaping.

  • Rosa hybrida

    Rosa hybrida

  • Vaccinium corymbosum 'Spartan'

    Vaccinium corymbosum 'Spartan'

    This early/mid season very large, sweet blueberry is one of the best and easiest to pick. Its tall open habit allows for good air flow and sunshine to reach all the fruit clusters. Fruit ripens in late June. Orange and yellow fall color.

  • Salvia coccinea 'Summer Jewel Pink'

    Salvia coccinea 'Summer Jewel Pink'

    Profuse flower spikes of light pink are produced from spring to frost on this dwarf sage. 'Summer Jewel Pink' is attractive to hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees alike and will bounce right back after heavy rains or wind!

  • Gerbera

    Gerbera

    Gerbera Sweet Spice offers a profusion of large daisy-like hot pink flowers with dark centers, blooming on sturdy stems from spring to frost. Ideal for containers, borders and cut flowers. Perennial in mild winter regions; treat as an annual elsewhere.