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Dianthus chinensis x barbatus Supra Purple Starter Plant


Starter Plant from Dianthus Supra Purple. A dwarf hardy dianthus that flowers slightly earlier than dwarf annual types. Plant breeders crossed Sweet William with annual dianthus to produce a species that had larger self cleaning flowers, more free flowering and better garden performance during summer heat. The 1  inch single purple flowers are lacy, with highly fringed petal edges. Can be cut for fresh arrangements or enjoyed in the garden during the long flowering period. Zones 6-9
Dianthus chinensis x barbatus Supra Purple Starter Plant

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Starter Plant from Dianthus Supra Purple. A dwarf hardy dianthus that flowers slightly earlier than dwarf annual types. Plant breeders crossed Sweet William with annual dianthus to produce a species that had larger self cleaning flowers, more free flowering and better garden performance during summer heat. The 1 inch single purple flowers are lacy, with highly fringed petal edges. Can be cut for fresh arrangements or enjoyed in the garden during the long flowering period. Zones 6-9
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Aquilegia vulgaris Nora Barlow columbine Pint Plant


Pint plant of Aquilegia vulgaris Nora Barlow columbine. These heritage columbine show off their multi pettled blossoms while they change from the lightest soft pinks to a lovely deep peach. The beautiful blooms of this classic cottage garden perennial are carried on thin stems, with ferny foliage. This hardy Columbine is perfect for borders and shady woodland edges. They also make an attractive cut flower. Growing to 30 inches tall, and hardy in zones 3 to 10.
Aquilegia vulgaris Nora Barlow columbine Pint Plant

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Pint plant of Aquilegia vulgaris Nora Barlow columbine. These heritage columbine show off their multi pettled blossoms while they change from the lightest soft pinks to a lovely deep peach. The beautiful blooms of this classic cottage garden perennial are carried on thin stems, with ferny foliage. This hardy Columbine is perfect for borders and shady woodland edges. They also make an attractive cut flower. Growing to 30 inches tall, and hardy in zones 3 to 10.
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Mirabilis multiflora Golden Yellow 2 Starter Plants


Starter plants of Mirabilis Golden, a huge tender perennial plant that takes up lots of space in your garden. If you need a 6 or 8 foot space filled up quick, this is the plant for you. Very fast growing, this plant will grow to four feet and is covered with these eye popping bright golden blossoms every afternoon from mid summer all the way to frost. These will self seed, but are easily removed if you don't want them where they grow.
Mirabilis multiflora Golden Yellow 2 Starter Plants

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Starter plants of Mirabilis Golden, a huge tender perennial plant that takes up lots of space in your garden. If you need a 6 or 8 foot space filled up quick, this is the plant for you. Very fast growing, this plant will grow to four feet and is covered with these eye popping bright golden blossoms every afternoon from mid summer all the way to frost. These will self seed, but are easily removed if you don't want them where they grow.
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Laurus nobilis Bay Laurel shrub Quart Plant


Quart plant 10
Laurus nobilis Bay Laurel shrub Quart Plant

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Quart plant 10"-2' tall from this Bay laurel a pyramid-shaped tree or large shrub with aromatic, evergreen leaves and shiny gray bark. It can reach 60' in height in its native range, but generally is much smaller 4-10' tall in culture. The leaves are 3 to 4 long, thick and leathery, and shiny dark green. Clusters of small yellow flowers are produced in spring, followed, on the female plants, by shiny black or purple berries. Bay laurel is native to the southern Mediterranean region. Bay laurel grows best in partial shade. Water when dry. Bay laurel thrives with frequent watering in rich, well-drained soil. Hardiness USDA Zones 8 - 10
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Leonotis leonurus Lionstail Pint Plant


Pint plant of Leonotis leonurus, this erect evergreen shrub with a woody base and dark green lanceolate leaves. Lions Tail can grow to 6 feet tall and nearly as wide but can be kept smaller by pruning. Fuzzy orange tubular flowers are curved and twisted around the flower stems throughout the summer. Plant in full sun in a well drained soil. Drought tolerant. It can survive temperatures down to 20 degrees F and if it freezes back in the winter will often re-sprout with new growth from hardened wood. Zones 8-11.
Leonotis leonurus Lionstail Pint Plant

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Pint plant of Leonotis leonurus, this erect evergreen shrub with a woody base and dark green lanceolate leaves. Lions Tail can grow to 6 feet tall and nearly as wide but can be kept smaller by pruning. Fuzzy orange tubular flowers are curved and twisted around the flower stems throughout the summer. Plant in full sun in a well drained soil. Drought tolerant. It can survive temperatures down to 20 degrees F and if it freezes back in the winter will often re-sprout with new growth from hardened wood. Zones 8-11.
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