Golf Craspedia Improved is a real attention grabber! It has golf-ball shaped bright yellow blooms is the unique plant you've been looking for! And it dries beautifully! Golf Beauty works well in stand-alone gallons, offers a fun and surprising thriller plant in combinations and is a striking addition to garden beds.
Dahlia Bishop of Llandaff - Peony-flowered Dahlias have small flowers with two or more layers of petals surrounding an open center disc. Several peony-flowered varieties have dark-colored foliage, setting them apart from other dahlia types. As with most dahlia varieties, peony-flowered types bloom continuously from summer through first frost. These make great border and container plantings and will also hold up in cut flower arrangements for up to a week.
Dahlia Mary Evelyn - Anemone Dahlias feature one or more layers of petals surrounding a cluster of small florets that form a pincushion-like center. Collarettes have a layer of flat or slightly cupped petals surrounding an open center. Flowers are solid or bicolor and come in a range of colors from deep burgundies and oranges to bright yellows and whites. These dahlia blooms tend to be smaller than other types and are good for borders and containers.
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Burlesca Pompom Dahlias - These small, double flowers have an open center and are globe-shaped with rolled petals that curve inwards. Petals are usually blunt at the tips and are often perfectly symmetrical in their arrangement. Beautiful in bouquets or as patio plantings with vibrant shades of pinks, yellows, and oranges.
Gitts Perfection - Decorative Dahlias are unique, double flowers that have petals with tips that are flat or rolled. They add a dazzling display to landscapes and cut flower arrangements. This classification comes in two categories: “formal” Decorative varieties tend to have broad and flat-tipped petals with symmetrical arrangements while “informal” varieties have irregular petal arrangements with rolled tips.
Honka Pink Dahlia - The spider-like look of Orchid Dahlias make them the most unique of dahlia types, featuring one ray of florets surrounding the center or double blooms with no center showing. Single-layered Orchid Dahlias often resemble pinwheels with vibrantly colored rolled petals and bright orange or yellow centers. Double-flowered varieties have swept-back petals that roll inward.
Now this is Love 😍! Celebrate Perennial Month with Phlox! Sweet Summer™ Sensation Garden Phlox is an upright, mid-season bloomer that has big clusters of large, fragrant, sweet pink flowers with hot pink centers. The robust, disease (powdery mildew) resistant foliage looks great even when not in bloom. Hardy zone 4-8. Find out more about the #YearofthePhlox at
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Compact mounding snapdragon that covers the plant in flowers all summer through first frosts. Beautiful rose pink and white flowers draw attention in the garden or in mixed containers. Flowers are very tolerant of frost and even overnight freezing temperatures which make them ideal to extend color in early spring or late fall.
The perfect POP of color! AAS Winner Marigold Garuda Deep Gold “Favorite performer of the trial!" said one AAS Trial Judge. "This marigold not only has a strong color but while the comparison is brown and rotting [in late summer], this entry is going strong through the end of September! … it is much more resistant to disease than the comparison. Also, the vigorous habit is exactly what you would want from a cut flower for season-long flowers.”