Pansy ‘Cool Wave®’ Spreading (Viola x wittrockiana)

Pansy ‘Cool Wave®’ Spreading (Viola x wittrockiana) Just in time for the changing of the seasons, Pansy ‘Cool Wave®’ spreading is hitting the retail shelves. This unique perennial Pansy comes in a variety of colors, has a vigorous growth habit, and demonstrates excellent over-wintering capabilities. Growing trials around the world have shown that the Pansy ‘Cool Wave®’ series has outstanding garden performance. It grows 6-8 inches tall and spreads to over two feet wide. The number of blooms on each plant far exceeds that of traditional Pansies, making it an excellent choice for mass-planting in garden beds. ‘Cool Wave®’ is the first non-Petunia to have earned the trusted ‘Wave®’ brand name.

Aloysia triphylla ‘Lemon Verbena’ (Aloysia citrodora, Lippia citriodora)

Aloysia triphylla ‘Lemon Verbena’ (Aloysia citrodora, Lippia citriodora) A deciduous shrub native to Argentina and Chili, Aloysia triphylla ‘Lemon Verbena’ is a perennial herb that is admired for its refreshing lemon scent. In the backyard, patio or porch, Lemon Verbena plays an important role in helping to repel mosquitoes from the garden. It grows 4-6 feet tall x 4-6 feet wide, creating a bright green backdrop for garden beds and borders. The fragrant foliage perfumes the air with a light citrus scent, and the leaves, if picked and crushed between your fingers, delights the senses with an intense lemon aroma. Lemon Verbena is commonly used as an essential oil, in perfumes, potpourri, and a

Verbena lilacina ‘De La Mina’ (Cedros Island Verbena)

Verbena lilacina ‘De La Mina’ (Cedros Island Verbena) This herbaceous perennial has a compact, mounding growth habit, growing 18-24 inches tall and 2-3 feet wide. ‘De La Mina’s’ lilac-purple flowers are sweetly scented and grow in clusters atop stems that extend 8 inches above the foliage. This beautiful plant is very hardy and blooms almost all year, with its peak bloom cycle from spring through fall. It is drought tolerant once established, but will benefit from occasional irrigation in the dry summer months. It is easy to grow and makes a beautiful display when mass planted as a border or in a mixed bed with Penstemon heterophyllus ‘Electric Blue’, Calylophus drummundianus, and Verbena ‘L

Salvia microphylla ‘Heatwave™ Brilliance’

Salvia microphylla ‘Heatwave™ Brilliance’ The name alone gives an indication to how radiant this Salvia truly is! Salvia microphylla ‘Heatwave™ Brilliance’ is a long-blooming Sage that has vibrant, deep magenta flowers that draw in Hummingbirds and Butterflies from far and wide. It grows 24-30 inches tall and wide, and thrives in full sun to partial shade. The ‘Heatwave™’ series was breed in Australia and is known for its tolerance to extreme heat, all the while maintaining its bright colors. It has low water needs once established. ‘Heatwave™ Brilliance’ is easy to maintain, requiring only occasional pruning to keep tidy and promote re-bloom. This beautiful Salvia creates a spectacular disp

Graptoveria ‘Debbie’

Graptoveria ‘Debbie’ A favorite among succulent growers, Graptoveria ‘Debbie’ is a cross between Graptopetalum amethystinum and Echeveria sp. ‘Debbie’ has long, fleshy leaves that have smooth margins and come to a point at the tips. Combined, the leaves form an attractive rosette that grows 8 inches tall and wide. The leaves are a soft rosy pink and are coated with an epicuticular wax called “farina”, giving it a powdery, pastel appearance. This waxy coating helps the plant with its water repellency. Being that ‘Debbie’ is frost tender, it is an excellent choice for containers. When the cold weather comes it can be moved into a bright room or window sill to ride out the winter. As with most

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