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Cosmos - Cosimo Purple-Red-White
Stunning 5-7 cm (2-3") wide bicoloured flowers striped purple, red and white fill these dwarf, nicely compact 60 cm (24") high plants. Cosimo's flowers are highlighted by finely cut light green foliage.  This cosmos is an early bloomer that once it starts goes all summer long! A butterfly favourite. How To Grow It is preferable to direct seed cosmos in the garden although one can start them inside if desired 4 weeks before planting out. Choose a sunny site..
Flowers - Butterfly Mixture
We have put together a specific grouping of plants with flowers in various shades of violet, blue, orange, red and white for the purpose of attracting a wide assortment of butterflies. A blend of annuals and hardy perennials with a garden height that averages 60 cm (2'). Contains: Alyssum, African Daisy, Bachelor Buttons, Butterfly Weed, Candytuft, Catch Fly, Columbine, Purple Coneflower, Prairie Coneflower, Plains Coreopsis, Cosmos, Scarlet Flax, Marigold, Siberian Wallflower. ..
Monarda - Bee Balm ~ Bergamotte
Also known as Bee Balm or Bergamot. Slender, tubular flowers of scarlet and pink grow on long 100 cm (40") stems. Leaves have a minty aroma when brushed. The plants do best in moist soil in semi-shaded locations. The flowers are absolutely irresistible to hummingbirds and bees. Perfect specimen for mass plantings and the back of large perennials. Bee balm does require irrigation during periods of drought however do avoid overhead watering as this specie is susceptible to powdery mildew..
Money Plant - Lunaria annua
Money Plant forms a tight "rosette" of crown and root surrounded by foliage. A cold period over the first winter is required to initiate stem growth that produces the flowers. Plants grow to 90 cm (36") in height and flower freely from early summer with shiny, flat, white silvery seed pods forming later on. The pods are a favourite for dried bouquets. This plant prefers noon hour shade and light mulching helps over-wintering evergreen rosettes survive the winter without damag..
Sensitive Plant - Mimosa pudica
Mimosa exhibit fascinating animal like response to stimuli. Fern-like leaves of this plant will fold up when touched then reopen a short time later. A whispering noise accompanies their closing. This folding of leaves after touch or shaking is termed seismonastic movement. Mimosa fold their leaves with night fall opening again with daylight, a phenomena known as nyctinastic movement. Mimosa produce cute, globe-like flower heads clustered with pink/purple flowers. Performs well as a house plant. ..
Sunflower - KONG - Helianthus annuus
Just what you would expect! King size sunflowers that can reach up to 3.5m (14') tall! One of the most stunning of our giant sunflowers, with sturdy stems and lush leaves. It forms a massive wall of foliage topped off with extra large, perfectly round 10" golden flowers. Rapid growth from seed to maturity by mid-summer. How To Grow Easy to grow. In late May, choose a sunny site with well draining soil and sow seed about 6-12 mm (1/4-1/2") deep and 7.5-10 cm (3-4&..
Sunflower - Teddy Bear, Dwarf, Helianthus annuus
Teddy Bear sunflower is great for containers, borders and bouquets. Produces 6" double blooms on a bushy plant. Sunny swath of fuzzy flowers mingles and sophistication in your gardens. ..
Zinnia - Cactus Flowerd Mix
An extra large strain of cactus zinnia with flowers up to 15 cm (6") across. The stocky, upright plants first start to bloom when roughly 37.5 cm (15") tall. Plants can grow up to 90 cm (3') in height producing large quantities of flowers on numerous side branches all season long. How To Grow Select a sunny site with well drained organic soil. Sow seeds in late May when the soil has warmed - do not be in a hurry as cool, damp soil often leads to seed rot. Barely ..
Zinnia - Giants of California Mix
Giants of California Zinnia's. Immense, double flowers 12.5-15cm (5-6") across form on plants growing to 90cm (3 ft.) tall! The overlapping petals are more loosely placed than the dahlia flowered types and the flowers themselves are much flatter - generally about 2.5cm (1") thick. How To Grow Select a sunny site with well drained organic soil. Sow seeds in late May when the soil has warmed - do not be in a hurry as cool, damp soil often leads to seed rot. Barely ..
Zinnia - Thumbelina Dwarf Mix
This midget zinnia is just loaded with 4 cm (1-1/2") semi-double and double flowers set just above the mounded foliage. The first really dwarf zinnia with a garden height of only 15 cm (6")! How To Grow Sow directly where you want them to grow. Select a sunny site with well drained, organic soil. Sow in late May when the soil has warmed. Cool, damp soil causes seed to rot. Barely cover the seed with soil. Under ideal conditions, germination will occur within a few da..
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