With powder puff sky blue button flowers, Ageratum is a favorite for cutting.
Pretty and useful, calendulas constant blooms come back every year.
Tall, airy, and graceful, Cleome Cherry Queen is a simple annual to grow.
Sparkler Mix brings all of Cleome’s attributes down to a smaller size.
Cosmos Double Click have the fanciest cosmos blooms you’ll ever see.
The giant blooms of Cosmos Versailles are profuse with delicate and graceful foliage.
The huge bells of Datura bring fragrant romance back into the garden.
A vintage flower, Heliotrope are one of most fragrant you will find.
A true garden classic, Marigolds were popular back in Victorian days.
Marigold Red Marietta is the dainty free flowering version of the classic Marigold.
The Tangerine Gem Marigold produces fine frilly foliage with lemon-scented flowers.
Grandpa Ott Morning Glory is a heritage variety and easily reseeds.
The large saucer shaped blooms of Morning Glory will grow and climb anywhere.
Nasturtiums are a carefree plant with lush tropical growth and vibrant blooms.
You can use the flowers of Nasturtiums in your salads for a little dining flair.
For potted plants, nothing beats nasturtiums in sun or part shade.
An ornamental tobacco, Nicotiana Avalon is adored by the Hummingbirds.
Drifting through the evening air, Nicotiana Only The Lonely fragrance is glorious.
The hundreds of colorful bells of Nicotiana Whisper leave a wonderful fragrance.
A tradition that goes back to the 1830’s Petunias is the darling of the garden.
The most intricate color and designs are found in the flowers of Salpiglossis.
The blue felt flower heads of Salvia Victoria stand up to the harshest conditions.
With constant red bells, Salvia Hummingbird Lady in red is irresistible to the birds.
The tiny stamens protrude from Scabiosa giving its name of Pin Cushion Flower.