Coleus are easy to grow. Gardeners grow them both outdoors, and as indoor houseplants. Originating in Africa and Indonesia, Coleus tolerates shade well, making them a great indoor houseplant. They do well in shade gardens, pots and containers, and in hanging
8in1 Wacky Wabbit Seed Flowers,
Passion Flower seed is a fast growing, vining plant that can grow up to 20-30 feet and has 4 inch pale blue blossoms. It produces egg shaped orange fruit that is edible but is probably an acquired taste. The plant is native to Southern Brazil and Argentina, and is popular all the way to the southern United States. This variety can be grown further north with moderate success and is hardy down to 10 degrees F. If it dies back due to a severe freeze it will grow back from its deep roots. Passion Flower is an evergreen in tropical or semi-tropical regions, but as the winters become cooler it will drop its leaves. You do need to prune new growth occasionally to promote
Grow fresh flowers in your AeroGarden. Bring spring, summer, and fall seasons of a mountain meadow indoors. Kit includes Gypsophila, Gazania, Coreopsis, and Brachycome. New Seed Pod design works in all 3-pod and 6-pod
For many flower gardeners, blue is the preferred Ã albeit sometimes elusive – color of choice. Well, weÕve gone ahead and culled 10 of the most striking blue flowers and combined them in one mix. As far as we know, this is the only color-themed mix of its kind! Suitable for all regions of North America.
Dianthus Caryophyllus Grenadin (King of Blacks) – This is an heirloom flower seed found in many home gardens which is often used for a cut flower. King of Blacks is the darkest of a reddish purple and has the appearance of black velvet with a blue/gray foliage. Easy to grow from flower seed and wonderfully colored and sweetly scented attracting bees and butterflies. Dianthus have been a favorite of gardeners for generations. It is no wonder to find them a part of so many gardens.
The “Burst of Bloom” Wildflower Seed Mix is not only aptly named, but it’s affordably priced too! We formulated this mix specifically for the wildflower gardener that wants all the color with none of the hassle. It’s chock full of 20 annual and perennial wildflower favorites, and best of all – this mix will thrive just about anywhere in the continental United States. Without a doubt, this is the ultimate low-priced, no-hassle wildflower seed mix available anywhere!
Perennial. If you are both a gardener and a hummingbird lover, you probably have Columbine growing in your flowerbeds. Hummingbirds love the showy blooms that are loaded with nectar. But, watch out….bees like them, too. Native to Asia, Europe and North America, Columbine are an easy to grow perennial. Lacy plants produce long- spurred showy blossoms from late spring to early summer. Columbine colors include white, yellow, pink, blue, purple and bi-colors. Plants grow 15″ – 30″ tall.
The genus Meconopsis includes Blue Poppies, but also includes other flowers with many other colors including: red, white, pink, and salmon. One thing all poppy flower seeds have in common is a preference for cool, moist shady places. Blue poppies have large delicate petals held in a cup shape, except for some rare double forms of blue poppy which is only found in one species. All Meconopsis flower seed species except one are native to the Himalayan region of Asia. They were first found by flower seekers around 150 years ago, but did not become well known until the 1900′s. Meconopsis betonicifolia is the blue poppy that you will find for sale, but it was not the original flower that was brought back from the Himalayan mountains so long ago.
The Gardener’s A-Z Guide to Growing Flowers from Seed to Bloom: 576 annuals, perennials, and bulbs in full color (Potting-Bench Reference Books)
Why do gardeners start plants from seed instead of just buying a flat of seedlings from their local nursery? Necessity. Seedlings of unusual or exotic plants simply aren′t available at garden stores, but they are available in seed. Then there’s the cost factor. A few packets of seeds are much cheaper than dozens upon dozens of seedlings. And finally there′s the plants’ health to consider. Plants grown from seed get a healthy start that can almost guarantee you a magnificent display in your garden. The Gardener′s A-Z Guide to Growing Flowers from Seed to Bloom will teach you everything you need to know to germinate and grow more than 500 types of flowering plants. For every plant listed you’ll find precise information on whether it will do