(Amaranthus caudatus) Amaranths have long been among our favorite ornamental and edible plants in the garden, their plumed...
The joke around here is that if the trailing burgundy amaranth is called “Love Lies Bleeding”, this one...
(Amaranthus cruentus)You will be delighted by this gorgeous and graceful amaranth! Its warm, golden copper plumes stand upright...
(A. caudatus) A lovely and unique plant both in the garden and vase standing 4-5’ tall with cascading...
(A. hybridus) An amazing backdrop to your flower or vegetable garden, Opopeo continues growing taller and taller (5-6’)...
(Agastache foeniculum) This fragrant bushy 2-3’ plant is divine! Smelling sweetly of licorice and mint it greets the...
(Callistephus chinensis)  Get your hot pants on! These cheeky needle/quill type (think, sea anemone) asters begin discreetly and...
(Callistephus chinensis) Breathtaking. I used to really dislike pink, especially light pink, and the crafty habit it had...
(Callistephus chinensis) These puffy little numbers know no end! Peony type, lilac tipped white blooms are long lasting...
(Centaurea cyanus) It’s probably not the norm for most people to delve into the nomenclature of their flowers...
(Ocimum sanctum aka O. tenuiflorum) Considered India’s “Queen of Herbs” and cultivated for over 5,000 years for both...
(Centaurea Americana) What an astonishing surprise this one was! Growing absurdly tall to 7’, they really piqued our...
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