Impatiens walleriana ‘Super Elfin’ & ‘Accent’ Series

Impatiens walleriana ‘Super Elfin’ & ‘Accent’ Series Nicknamed ‘Busy Lizzie’ in England, and also commonly referred to as Balsam, Impatiens are native to East Africa and are a part of the family Balsaminacea, containing 1000 flowering species. They are the most popular bedding plant in North America due to their ease of care, and ability to flower seemingly endlessly in low light conditions. Impatiens walleriana are perennials in Sunset Climate Zones 17, 24, H1, and H2. They are mostly grown as an annual, even though they are an herbaceous perennial, and can live for several years in mild winter climates. The leaves are shiny, lanceolate, and dark green colored. The flowers are characteri

Clearwater Color Nursery 2017 Tomato Selection

Clearwater Color Wholesale Nursery’s 2017 Tomato Variety list F1 hybrids DETERMINATE Determinate: (bush type) Blossoms on fruit develop on the vine at the same time. The harvest time is short, 7-10 days. Plants are self-topping and seldom need staking; best when caged. ACE- Large, 10 oz. fruit that is an excellent producer for the fresh farmers market or the home garden. VFN Determinant. 71 days. Bush Early Girl- Produces higher yields than any other compact variety. Medium 6.5-7 oz. fruit with excellent flavor. VF1&2NT Determinate. 63 days. Celebrity- A 1984 All American Selection Winner. Absolutely incredible set of exceptionally flavorful, firm 8-12 oz. fruit on strong vines with good c

Armeria maritima ‘Splendens’

Armeria maritima ‘Splendens’ ‘Thrift’, ‘Common Thrift’, ‘Sea Pink’, or ‘Cliff Rose’ Armeria maritima ‘Splendens’ is a lovely, densely mounded evergreen plant with long, slender stems bearing deep pink colored globular flowers. Their leaves are linear, dark green, and grass-like. This herbaceous perennial will mound up to a foot high, and wide, and bear its ‘splendid’ flowers bobbing above it like balloons. They bloom April through June and are tolerant of very dry, salty, and infertile soil. Armeria Species are commonly distributed along the coasts of the Northern Hemisphere, and thrive on ledges and cliffs in the salt spray. Armeria are included in the Plumbaginaceae family, and ‘plumbum

Linaria maroccana ‘Northern Lights’ (Fairyflax)

Linaria maroccana ‘Northern Lights’ (Fairyflax) You really have to be present with Linaria in an outdoor context to fully comprehend the charm of this dainty, almost otherworldly plant. One can easily see how the name ‘Northern lights’ came about, as it recalls to the mind something of celestial radiance. Short, slender, emerald colored spikes rise lance shaped to bear ethereal , petite, two-lipped flowers of amethyst, lilac, magenta, periwinkle, gold, coral, and ivory, gracefully waving their exquisite heads in the breeze. It can carry on like this June through September if temperatures do not rise to high, and it is given a bit of water when they do. They will grow 20-24” tall, and 10-1

Nemesia strumosa ‘Sundrops Mix’ & ‘Carnival Mix’

Nemesia strumosa ‘Sundrops Mix’ & ‘Carnival Mix’ Nemesia strumosa ‘Sundrops Mix’ & ‘Carnival Mix’ are annual bedding plants that bloom profusely throughout the spring and summer. ‘Sundrops Mix’ has delicate, compact clusters of brightly-colored flowers that have 4 lobes on top, and 2 on the bottom, resembling snapdragon flowers. ‘Carnival Mix’ has more of an upright growth habit, with an abundance of fanciful blooms. Both have square stems, and opposite leaves. Nemesia is in the Figwort family, or Scrophulariaceae family, containing 62 genera and 1,830 species. Nemesia’s love full sun and afternoon shade in the heat of summer, as they are native to the sandy coastal regions of the West Ca

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