NEW! This classic, sunny flower is a 1981 All-America Selection winner that has seen limited availability in recent years. We are thrilled to add it to our offerings. Long, strong stems and a mix of bright, semi-double and double flowers make Gloriosa an excellent cut flower. It requires long days for flower onset and deadheading is recommended in the summer. Heat and drought tolerant. Tender perennial in zones 9-10. 95-105 days.
Yellow Paradox Echinacea (OG) #2245
NEW! The only species in the genus Echinacea to have yellow flowers, also known as Bush’s Coneflower. The brilliant flowers are daisy-like with drooping, yellow petals and large, chocolate centers. Plants are 3’ tall and bloom from June-August. Attracts pollinators and is the most scented of the Echinaceas. Plants prefer full sun and are best planted in groups. Be patient as this tap-rooted plant requires several seasons to reach full size. Rare wildflower native to the Ozarks of Arkansas and Missouri. Perennial in zones 4-9.
White Swan Echinacea (OG) #2244
NEW! A first-year bloomer, with graceful white blossoms. White Swan will be more floriferous the second year with 2’ sturdy stems that are great for long-lasting cut flowers. This is a natural selection from the white-flowered varieties of the native, purple echinacea. Flowers are popular with butterflies and birds enjoy the seeds. Drought tolerant, prefers full sun. Perennial in zones 3-8.
50 seeds per packet.
Peredovik Sunflower (OG) #2403
NEW! Russian heirloom that produces black seeds that have a very high oil content. Seeds are often used to make oil and are a top choice for feeding birds. Flowers reach 5-6’ tall with one big head and smaller side shoots. An excellent source of pollen for bees and other pollinators. Approximately 532 seeds/oz. 55 days.
Mexican Torch Sunflower (OG) #2404
NEW! Torch is heat-loving and attractive to beneficial insects and pollinators. Towering, multi-branching plants reach 4-6’ tall with profuse, 3" deep orange blossoms. Torch is a good variety for cutting and blooms mid-summer to frost. Plants tolerate drought and infertile soil. Annual, but may reseed. 85-90 days.
Sunrich Summer Lemon Sunflower (F1) #2411
Sunrich sunflowers set the industry standard for cut flowers. Their pollenless, 4-6" heads are surrounded by broad, overlapping petals on 3-1/2" tall non-branching stems. 65-70 days.