New and Hot for 2013!
White Russian Supertunia
This unusual Supertunia with it's Beautiful antique white petal with dark chocolate veins and a dark eye will have everyone talking this spring. It has all the usual exceptional qualities of other supertunias, excelling in containers as well as the landscape, and does not require deadheading.
Blacky Trailing Fuchsia
Fall under the spell of this seductive trailing fuchsia. Concealed within its shocking pink buds is a petticoat of the deepest purple, almost as black as night. The dark and mysterious blooms of Fuchsia ‘Blacky’ are enhanced by bright green foliage - the perfect backdrop to this summer spectacular. Its lax habit makes it perfect for baskets, window boxes, and containers. Growing 12" high and 18" across, in partial sun, they have an added bonus of being edible!! How beautiful would they be on a desert!
Blue Wheat Grass (Agropyron Magellanicum)
This Grass is one of my favorites in Containers and landscapes. The vibrant silver blue color is one of the most vibrant I have seen, and is an easy grower not requiring any special attention. I retail this as an annual grass, but it is a perennial in zone 4/5.That said, mine overwintered just fine last year in a very open and unprotected spot, with absolutely no care from me! A definite must have this year!
Black Beauty Taro (Colocasia)
This Tropical is a stunning centerpiece in a part shade container, with it's large dark velvety leaves. We haven't had this one for a few years, but very happy to have it back this year. True to its name - a real Beauty!!