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Hollyhock - Chaters Mix

The Hollyhock 'Chater's Mix', Alcea rosea, has a wide array of flower colors including pink, red and yellow. The Hollyhock family is made up of a rather large group that exhibits tall stature (4-6') and being biennial in nature. Although Hollyhocks are short lived, they reseed themselves. The large blooms of 'Chater's Mix Hollyhock' flower in the summer months. Alcea is a wonderful plant near the back of the border, working great along walls or fences. They are best planted in full sun in a well-drained area.

Carnation Chabaud - Mixed Colors

The Carnation Chabaud Mixed colors, 'Dianthus caryophyllus', has a gorgeous mixture of violet, purple, red, pink, orange, yellow, and bi-colored flowers. The beauty and fragrance of carnations can be in your garden. Combined with the elegant, long, skinny bluish foliage, the wide range of flower colors will add a palette of colors to your garden. The flower are double and 1 to 3 inches wide, and they are also sweetly clove-scented. Carnations bloom best in the 2nd year after planting and they will bloom 4 to 6 weeks in the summer.The Chabaud Carnation prefers full sun, but in hot summer climates plant in partial shade. The soil should be fertile and well drained. Pinch off faded blooms to encourage additional blooms. Plant after the last day of spring frost. Chabaud Carnations make excellent dried flowers.

Dahlia - Delight Mix

The Dahlia Delight Mix, 'Dahlia variabilis', is a fabulous dwarf Dahlia with long lasting blooms that will provide a continuous supply of cut flowers for your summer bouquets. The large, vibrantly colored 3 inch flowers are in shades of red, yellow, orange, rose-pink, and white. The Delight Mix bloom continually from summer through fall.>Delight Mix Dahlia prefer full sun and in very hot summer climates, they prefer some afternoon shade. Place then in rich, well drained soils. Keep them well watered but not soggy. Remove spent flowers to encourage continuous blooming. Plant in the spring after the last frost. This Dahlia is easy to grow and makes an excellent cut flower, border, or container plant.

Daisy - African Mix

The Daisy African Cape Marigold, 'Dimorphotheca aurantiaca', should be called "Goddess of the Sun" for flowers that reflect the beauty and the burning color of the sun. The 1 1/2 inch wide flowers close at night, in the shade, and during cloud cover. The flowers are colored in shades of orange and yellow. Cape Marigolds bloom in summer and fall in cool climates, and late winter and early spring in warm climates.The African Cape Marigold Daisy prefers full sun. They do best in light, well drained, and dry soils. Do not over water. In warm dry climates, seed in the fall and in cooler climates, and plant seed after last frost. This plant is excellent for naturalized areas and as ground cover for large areas. It is also great for parking strips, borders, large pots and tubs.

Daisy - Painted Robinsons Mix

The Daisy Painted Robinsons Blend, 'Chrysanthemum coccineum', has bright beautiful 3 inch daisy-like flowers on long stems which makes the Painted Daisy a great cut flower. It's hard to believe that flowers this bright and dramatic come from a perennia

Delphinium - Pacific Giant Mix

The Delphinium Pacific Giant Blend, 'Delphinium elatum', is one of the most breathtaking plants you can grow in your garden. The Pacific Giant Blend is statuesque and spectacular in color. The tall and closely packed, large, well formed blossoms appear in colors of pink, violet, and many shades of blue. The Delphinium blooms from late spring into early summer and they bloom for 3 to 6 weeks.The Pacific Giant Delphinium prefers full sun and rich, moist, well drained soil. When flowers begin to fade , cut back the stalks and fertilize immediately. A second set of spikes may occur and bloom in late summer or early fall. Plant in the spring after the last average frost date or as late as 2 months before the first fall frost. Pacific Giants make great cut flowers and a background for flower beds.

Foxglove - Gloxiniaflora Mixture

The Foxglove Gloxiniiflora, 'Digitalis purpurea 'Gloxiniiflora', is a dramatic bloomer for your shade garden and it makes a stunning cut flower. The Gloxiniiflora is a very sturdy variety of Foxglove. It is considered a biennial because it produces foliage the first year and flowers the 2nd year. The 2 to 3 inch long flowers are white, pink, salmon, yellow, cream, and cerise. Foxglove begins blooming in spring and blooms for 6 to 8 weeks.The Gloxiniiflora is one of the few flowering plants that flowers well in the shade and it will take some sun. The Foxglove requires a slightly acidic, sandy, well drained soil with quite a bit of organic material. It prefers to be moist. Plant seeds in the spring after the last frost up until 2 months before the first fall frost.

Godetia - Semi-Dwarf Mix

The Godetia, 'Clarkia amoena', is a native American Wildflower that has tall spikes of shimmering, satiny petals. This Godetia is a native to California and British Columbia and is one of the most beautiful flowers you can grow. The flowers are satiny, wavy, and rippling, looking somewhat like a full skirt and are ideal as a cut flower. Godetia is dramatic grown in large pots. Place in full sun in coastal climates, and in part shade in hot summer climatesGodetia blooms June through August in most climates. Godetia prefers average garden soil that is well drained. They do not like to be over watered. To use stems as cut flowers, cut when the top bud opens and the others will open shortly after. Plant in the spring, 2 weeks before the average last frost date. In zones 8 through 10, plant in the fall.

Immortelle - Double Mix

The Immortelle Double Mix, 'Xeranthemum annuum', provides shaggy everlasting daisies on long stems. They are essential for dried flowers bouquets and wreaths. The full, 1 to 2 inch wide fully double daisies, range in color from shades of pink, white, and purplish/wine. They are easy to grow and exhibit silvery foliage. The Immortelle begins to bloom in early summer and continues through summer. The Double Mix Immortelle prefers full sun and any well drained garden soil. They do well in dry, infertile soils. Plant in the early spring, 2 to 3 weeks before the last spring frost. The Immortelle is excellent for cut flowers, flower borders, or in wildflower plantings.

Impatiens - Swirl Mix

The Impatiens Swirl, 'Impatiens wallerana', has shimmering pearl colors that are stunning. No shade garden should be without it! The 1 1/2 inch flowers are pink, coral, and peach surrounded by a darker petal margin that distinctively set off each flower. The Swirl Impatiens blooms summer to fall. This plant is also called Busy Lizzie. These plants will flower prolifically in the shade. The Swirl is especially attractive planted in mass, and they can be also grown inside as house plant.

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