Impatiens walleriana ‘Imara’™ XDR

Impatiens walleriana ‘Imara’™ XDR The time has come to take back the shade! The home gardener’s favorite shade-loving plant is back and better than ever. Many of us remember the outbreak of Impatiens Downy Mildew (IDM) that spreads across the country in 2011. This outbreak decimated many mass plantings of Impatiens, causing Landscapers and home gardeners alike to seek alternative shade plants for their gardens. After years of field trials and testing, the ‘Imara’™ XDR series has emerged as a clear leader. Introduced at the 2019 California Spring Plant Trials, Impatiens walleriana ‘Imara’™ XDR is proven to be the first Impatiens walleriana to have a high degree of resistance to Impatiens Down

Osteospermum ‘4D’ Series (African Daisy)

Osteospermum ‘4D’ Series (African Daisy) A new generation in Osteospermums has arrived! The ‘4D’ series is showing itself to be just as reliable as most standard Osteospermums, but with a unique double flower. Unlike most African Daisy flowers that close up in the evenings, the ‘4D’ series stays open 24/7. The plants have excellent branching and are covered with masses of blooms all season long. We are currently growing ‘4D Silver’, ‘4D Purple’ and ‘4D Sunburst’. All three varieties grow 8-12 inches tall x 12-16 inches wide and thrive in full sun along the coast and afternoon shade inland. In coastal regions these outstanding perennials will bloom spring – autumn. In hot dry summer regions,

Aquilegia x hybrid (Columbine, Granny’s Bonnet)

Aquilegia x hybrid (Columbine, Granny’s Bonnet) Aquilegia, pronounced aqui-le-gia is a genus of approximately 70 species that are grown throughout the Northern Hemisphere. They are commonly found growing naturally in meadows and wooded areas. Over the years many new varieties have been introduced to the Horticultural market, bringing with them unique color combinations and growth habits. We are currently growing the tried and true ‘McKana’s Giant’, as well as the newer ‘Origami’, ‘Swan’ and ‘Songbird’ series. Each of these brings a touch of grace and beauty to the garden. The name Aquilegia is derived from the Latin word for Eagle, (Aquila). This is because it is thought to have a shape that

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