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Ideal for any garden, these showy blue blossoms are tolerant of most soil and light conditions. Hummingbirds and butterflies adore them! Also a great addition to water gardens. Prefers full sun to part shade. Grows 30-36 in. tall. Zones 5-9. Potted plants.
It's the most floriferous Scabiosa yet! From spring until fall, a sea of color rolls over these dwarf 6-inch plants. Big 2-inch blooms of light lavender-blue with wide, frilly golden centers arise on stiff, sturdy 12-inch stems, creating a tidal wave of color that just keeps coming. We've counted 400 blooms over the course of one long bloom season on a single compact plant!And, as its name suggests, 'Butterfly Blue' brings home the butterflies, especially in a large garden planting. Deer tend to leave it
Shop for Garden Center at The Home Depot. Erect, clump forming perennial featuring fringed, rich blue, spidery shaped flowers. Flowers are unusual, eccentric and intricate, drawing attention to the rare shape. Foliage is soft and silvery green. Drought tolerant and easy to grow in most soils.
NOTE: Exact is the weight of seeds in the pack, the number of seeds is approximate and depends on size and weight of separate seeds. ***BLUE PASSION FLOWER*** Description Passiflora caerulea also more commonly known as the passion flower, Passion Vine, Maypop, Granadilla is a native plant from Brazil. There are over 400 species of Passiflora. This plant is hardy for people living in the U.S. department of agriculture zones 8 through 11. If you live in a zone colder than 8, you can grow the Passiflora
Shop for Garden Center at The Home Depot. Excellent front of the border plant to use in combination with annuals, bulbs, and other perennial. Gray-green, mounding, 12 in. tall and wide, hairy, basal foliage that hugs the ground while lacy, lavender-blue, 2 in. wide flowers rise above on 12-15 in. slender stems. Flowering begins in mid-spring with intermittent reblooming until fall, when consistently deadheaded. it's name 'Pincushion Flower' is derived from the stamens which stand above the petals,
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How to grow: Rose on soil not ask for much, just with some humus soil aggregate structure can be good training as long as the following three links will make good growth: Rose is afraid of (1) Rose is drought tolerant plants, but it is afraid floods. It is necessary use non-glazed bonsai pots of soil cultivation. The principle is "do not pour water on it when soil is not dry. Wet it completely when you pour water on soil." (2) Lend a high concentration of fertilizer (especially fertilizers) will result in
Easy to grow from seed. Likes full sun or partial shade. Gorgeous velvety blue flowers on strong sturdy stems. Can be started indoors in winter to be transplanted outdoors in spring. Or can be sown directly into the ground in spring and summer. Instructions included.
"White petals are framed by a layer of blue sepals, creating a star effect. A remarkably beautiful, superb domesticated wildflower for the shady garden in spring to early summer. Very special for its fancy-lobed, dusky blue-green leaves and unusual, spurred flowers. Highly attractive to hummingbirds for the nectar."
Shop for Garden Center at The Home Depot. A clump forming perennial with lance shaped, light green leaves, sporting tall flower spikes in late summer. The tall, stiff stalks hold lavender lbue, tubular flowers, which bring color to the late season garden. Effective near ponds or streamside.
Tall majestic plants with showy open flowers. Do not bloom until second season. If planted in fall...they will bloom the following spring/summer. Ideal for arrangements with a long vase life. Can be started indoors in winter to be transplanted outdoors in spring. Or can be sown directly into the ground in spring, summer and fall. Instructions included.
"6" mop head-type flowers bloom in July-August. Azure blue color is deeper in acid soils; in alkaline soils, flowers are pink. Shrubs add substance to perennial beds and are ideal companions for large trees. Full or partial sun."
Balloon Flower Astra Double Blue: This striking variety has golf ball-sized buds that burst open into beautiful double blue flowers. Add a dose of cool blue to your summer garden. (Platycodon grandiflorus)
"Commonly known as a spiderwort, Tradescantia Blue & Gold is a good plant for novice gardeners because it's so easy to grow and the flowers and foliage are so attractive. It grows in many soil types, even wet, boggy sites, but it thrives in moist, well drained soil. Cut back after the first blooms in July and August, and it reblooms come fall! "
Belonging to the iris family, the grass-like foliage and violet-blue blooms of this native wildflower have earned it the name 'Blue Eyed Grass. ' A clump-forming perennial, this little beauty typically grows about a foot high, and is found in damp open woods, and along stream banks throughout much of the country. With it's neat foliage and long lasting blooms, this wildflower works beautifully as a naturalizing ground cover in all types of gardens. UkVTQjAwM0FERkNXMA
This hardy selection, made by plant explorer Dan Hinkley, is noted for its numerous, extra-large heads of rich blue flowers held on very sturdy stems. A vigorous grower, it performs well in perennial borders or as a cut flower. Excellent in containers in colder climates.
All our plants are organicaly grown: Clustered Bellflower is easy to grow and even easier to enjoy. Fast spreading perennial plant with small heart-shaped leaves and dense clusters of Violet-Blue flowers look spectacular when planted in groups. Grows 18-24" high and 12-24" wide, in full sun or partial shade. Perennial in zones 4-9. Planting instructions come with every seed packet. Combined shipping: up to 10 items on one order.
This beautiful wildflower is very easy to grow from seed. Performs like a classic perennial--very minor leaf growth the first year, and then the full blooming plant in seasons thereafter. UkVTQjAwNUdRV1VNNA
A Park High Performer! With the Astra series comes a whole new era in Balloon Flowers, with so many improvements you won't believe you're growing the same species! Higher germination rates, better branching, more blooms, richer color, and better staying power are just the highlights of Astra's merits! It even has double flowers -- nearly twice the petal power of single-flowered varieties! Grow this beautiful perennial for yourself this season and discover just how easy and attractive Balloon Flowers can
Shop for Garden Center at The Home Depot. Campanula carpatica 'Blue Uniform' - Carpathian Bellflowers form a mound of bright green foliage covered with an early-summer profusion of upward-facing lavender-blue bells. Great for edging, rock or wall gardens this long blooming perennial is a butterfly magnet. Tolerant of drought and heat and resistant to deer and rabbits, Campanula 'Blue Uniform' will bring long lasting beauty to your garden.
Forget Me Not Botanical Name: Myosotis sylvatica Common Name: Forget Me Not Type: Perennial. Color: Soft blue with yellow centers Height: Under 12". Bloom Time: Early season - Spring Flower: Clusters of tiny simple flowers Sun/Shade: Full sun or near full shade. Soil Preferences: Rich moist soils. Moisture Requirements: Plenty of moisture. Where To Grow It: All regions of North America. Zones: 3-9 Forget-me-nots. Its common name was calqued from the French, "ne m'oubliez pas" and first used in English in
Star Flower Beth's Blue, Laurentia 'Beth's Blue', has star-shaped violet blue flowers on a cushion of medium-green foliage. 'Beth's Blue' intermingles well with other plants to fill in the middle ground of a combination. Beth's Blue has petalled steely blue stars that cover a globe shaped plant that will bloom all summer. A great blue, Laurentia is a drought tolerant plant that does best in full sun. It likes to be hot and dry. Use in pots, window boxes, landscaping and combinations. Deadheading is not
"From spring to summer, this remarkably pretty double-flowered columbine is a magnet for admiring butterflies, hummingbirds and humans. The neatly mounded 30" tall plants produce a lovely commotion of upfacing blooms with dark blue petals and short spurs that fade to white at the petal's edge. Excellent candidate for full sun to part shade gardens or a mixed container. Lovely cut flowers. "
This beautiful wildflower is very easy to grow from seed. Performs like a classic perennial--very minor leaf growth the first year, and then the full blooming plant in seasons thereafter. UkVTQjAwNUhJVkdEVQ
Fama Deep Blue Pincushion Flower Such a butterfly magnet! Item # 48414 Hardy even in hot, humid climates, this easy-care perennial reaches 20 inches tall in the sunny garden. Far and away the largest-flowered Scabiosa of all, the Fama series offers double blooms that begin in midsummer and just keep going, often into autumn in warm climates. Superb as cutflowers (they last a week or more in the vase!), these blooms open on 12-inch stems above 8-inch-high dense, tufted, bright green foliage that looks good
The Scaevola Whirlwind™ Blue Fan Flower, Scaevola aemula &lsquo ;Whirlwind &trade ; Blue Fan Flower’ (PP17840), a Proven Winner selection, has non-stop flowers, attractive foliage, and better branching than other Scaevola. This new series tolerates a wide range of conditions and endures stress without leaf loss. They have an open, prostrate habit. This 'Blue Fan Flower' is a knockout with its dark blue flowers. This new series tolerates a wide range of conditions and endures stress without leaf
"Twice the size of the ordinary blue salvia (Victoria). At 30", this old fashioned strain is nearly as tall as its wild Texas parent. It produces vibrant deep blue flowers until hard frosts. An excellent choice for perennial borders as well as cottage gardens and large flower beds. Tender perennial, may winter over in mild climates."
Expect non-stop bloom from summer to fall with this stunning tender perennial, often grown as an annual. Brilliant, deep blue flowers cover the compact plant, which makes an ideal bedding or container plant. It's spreading habit and nodding stems also make it a lovely choice for hanging baskets. UkVTQjAwNlpHMThCSQ
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