Low growing bushy to spreading plants with thick broad leaves. Flowers vary from funnel-shaped bloom to densely double heavily riffled blooms. Celebrity, dreams, wave, and double varities are available in... Read more


Native to Texas.This plant is 6” to 18” high, 10” to 12” wide with erect, leafy stems and profuse blooms in tight clusters at the top. Available in a wide range... Read more

Poppy "California"

The state flower of California. Flower is four-petaled, yellow or orange blooms, and the plant spreads 1‘ wide. Blooms spring to summer. Great plant for wildflower areas and is drought tolerant.... Read more

Poppy "Mexican"

Native to America. Like the California Poppy, but is smaller and more graceful. Flower is four-petaled yellow or orange blooms above finely cut foliage. Individual plants grow about 8” wide.... Read more


 Native originally to North Africa, Spain and along the Mediterranean to Italy. Snapdragons have upright stems dressed with two-lipped tubular flowers that come in an almost endless palette of colors,... Read more


Dracaena Spike is a tall, upright growing, grassy annual that is commonly used as a vertical accent or centerpiece in annual combination pots and planters or annual flower beds. Grows... Read more


Native to Spain. The sweetly fragrant flowers of the short, cool season bedding plants in 'Vintage Mix' are as beautiful as they are aromatic. Plant has narrow gray green leaves... Read more


Native to the Americas. This plant possesses a large flowering head, has a rough, hairy stem, broad, coarsely toothed, rough leaves and circular heads of flowers. Unless you are growing... Read more

Sweet Potato Vine

Native to Tropical Americas. Not a sweet potato, but these showy forms produce a tuberous root identical in appearance to the common sweet potato. This helps the plant store water... Read more


Also known as the Johnny Jump Up. This is a beautiful spring flower, variable in color, usually grows singly on a stalk and has five petals, four arranged in unlike... Read more


Zinnia is a genus of 20 species of annual and perennial plants of family Asteraceae, originally from scrub and dry grassland in an area stretching from the American Southwest to... Read more