Argyranthemum frutescens ‘Crazy Daisy Summer Song White’ (Chrysanthemum frutescens)

Argyranthemum frutescens ‘Crazy Daisy Summer Song White’ (Chrysanthemum frutescens) Spring is here and it’s time to fill up those flower pots and garden beds with new plants that will brighten your yard and patio. Argyranthemum frutescens (pronounced ar-ge-RAN-thee-mum froo-TES-sens) ‘Crazy Daisy Summer Song White’ is just the plant for the job and are sure to bring a smile to your face! The fully-double, bright white pompon flowers create a cheerful display, either planted en masse or as a bright filler in a mixed container. ‘Crazy Daisy Summer Song White’ grows 12-18 inches tall and wide. Its peak bloom season is spring through early summer. Remove spent blooms in mid-summer to initiate a

Pepper ‘Gypsy’ Capsicum annuum

Pepper ‘Gypsy’ Capsicum annuum Pepper ‘Gypsy’ is one of the most beautiful and delicious peppers you can grow this spring and summer! It was awarded the title of All American Selection Winner (AAS Winner) for its outstanding flavor, beauty and garden performance. ‘Gypsy’ is a medium size pepper, growing 3 ½” – 4 ½” long and 2 ½” wide with an elongated-tapered shape and narrow shoulders. It has fairly thin skin that transitions from pale greenish-yellow to a deep orange-red as it matures. It is a prolific producer, and with optimal growing conditions, can produce 50-100 peppers in one season. These awesome peppers can be harvested at pretty much any stage of development. The young green peppe

Ceanothus ‘Concha’ (California Lilac)

Ceanothus ‘Concha’ (California Lilac) One of the best-loved and oldest Ceanothus hybrids that performs well in both native landscapes and home gardens. Ceanothus ‘Concha’ is believed to have parentage of Ceanothus papillosus var. roweanus and Ceanothus impressus. This California Native grows 4-8 feet tall x 4-12 feet wide, with graceful arching branches that are covered with deep cobalt-blue flower clusters in late winter and early spring. It has glossy, 1 inch long, deep green leaves that are somewhat deer resistant. ‘Concha’s brilliant blue flowers attract beneficial pollinators and its seeds provide food for Bushtits, Goldfinches, Mockingbirds, and Crowned Sparrows. California Quail and o

Echeveria ‘Afterglow’

Echeveria ‘Afterglow’ Native to Mexico, Echeveria ‘Afterglow’ is a highly sought after succulent that makes a gorgeous display in the garden. This jumbo sized beauty grows 1-2 feet tall x 1-2 feet wide and has a vigorous growth habit. In the summer it sends up slender flower stalks that are topped with nodding, tubular flowers in shades of coral, orange, and rose. The sweet flowers attract hummingbirds and other beneficial pollinators. The iridescent, rosy-lavender rosettes have fleshy, slightly cupped leaves that are edged in a deeper rose and come to an elegant point at the tips. ‘Afterglow’ creates a dramatic statement when planted solo in containers, and is also stunning when mass plante

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