Annuals 2017 by Friends School Plant Sale

More catalogs by Friends School Plant Sale | Annuals 2017 | 9 pages | 2018-02-07


Page 8 of Annuals 2017 may 12–14 2017 • friends school plant sale 39 annuals we accept cash checks amex visa mastercard discover a436 shoofly plant black-stemmed nicandra physalodes var nigra ß◊ sun daisy continued lavender blue 1” bells with white centers all summer on purple-black stems papery winged purplish pods follow which are unusual in dried arrangements an old-fashioned garden favorite it was thought to repel flies from peru 24–60”h Í∏¥ $2.00—2.5” pot a460 summertime sweet white ß—white with a437 silver nickel vine ß dichondra argentea silver falls rounded fan-shaped silver foliage with a cascading habit heat and drought-tolerant in sun and shade great for containers trails 36–72” 2–4”h Í∏ $2.00—2.5” pot $5.00—4.5” pot continued purple eye 16”h a461 symphony orange ß—the best orange yet 8–12”h a462 sundrops ß oenothera kunthiana glowing magenta pink four-petaled 1.5” flowers bloom from furry buds forms a mound of narrow lance-shaped leaves native to hot dry areas of mexico and the southern parts of texas and arizona 7”h Ω $2.00—2.5” pot bring your own wagon… you’ll be glad you did snapdragon antirrhinum old-fashioned favorites for great cut flowers early summer to fall deer-resistant Í $2.50—4 plants in a pack a438 black prince ß—velvety dark crimson flowers dark foliage 18”h a439 madam butterfly mix ß—double azalea-type blooms in wide range of colors 24–30”h a440 rocket mix ß—tall great for cut flowers 36”h a441 rocket redstone ß—bronzy red foliage cherry red flowers 30–36”h a442 sonnet white a ß—18–21”h a443 speedy sonnet yellow a nanum ß—bicolor sassy yellow blooms with a red-purple lip 18– 24”h $5.00—6 plants in a pack a445 rocket red ◊ ß—dark red 36”h a446 rocket rose ◊ ß—dusky rose 36”h a447 rocket golden ◊ ß—more yellow than gold 36”h snapdragon dwarf antirrhinum a snapdragon for edging heat and frost-tolerant Í∏ $2.50—4 plants in a pack a448 chimes mix ß—early well-branched 6–8”h a449 twinny peach ß—looking more like butterflies than dragons these are double flowers peach is shorthand for shades of melon peach yellow and light orange blended together a unique range of colors for a snapdragon plant with blues and purples especially purple foliage 12”h ∫ a450 snapdragon trailing ß antirrhinum fruit salad cranberry vibrant deep pink petals with a brushstroke of gold semi-trailing most vigorous of the trailing snapdragons very easy to grow heat and cold-tolerant 4–8”h Í∏ $5.00—4” pot spiderflower cleome hassleriana whiskery fragrant flowers on robust yet airy plants spiderflower performs well through heat and drought reseeds for next year useful for backgrounds and large beds a cottage garden classic seeds are eaten by finches and juncos Í∏Ω˙ $2.50—4 plants in a pack a451 rose queen ß—5–6” flower clusters 36–60”h a452 violet queen ß a453 white queen ß $5.00—4” pot a454 clio magenta ß—4–6” flower clusters does not produce seed so it just keeps blooming no thorns or sticky foliage 18–36”h $5.00—6 plants in a pack a455 cherry queen ß—bright cherry-rose 3–8” blooms also fit into a tropical garden 36–60”h see also the native beepl ant page 53 a456 star flower ß laurentia axillaris beth’s blue petunias petunia Í∫† carpet compact plants with many medium-sized blooms the heaviest bloomers 6–12”h $2.50—4 plants in a pack a358 blue ß a359 mix ß a360 pink ß a361 plum ß—purple with deeper purple veins a362 red ß a363 sky blue ß a364 velvet ß—burgundy-purple a365 white ß dreams 3–4” flowers that hold up well in rain 8–12”h $2.50—4 plants in a pack a366 midnight ß—deep blue a367 pink ß—pastel pink a368 red ß a369 white ß easy wave $5.00—4.5” pot a459 akila purple ß—flowers open silver and turn vibrant purple compact and well-branched 16–20”h a pink outer ruff of petals lightens toward a clustered twist of pink petals in the center trailing 15–18”h ∫ $5.00—4” pot a386 prism sunshine ß a387 ray classic blue ß◊ a388 sophistica blue morn ß $5.00—4.5” pot a372 blue ß a373 pink ß supercal petchoa petunia x calibrachoa hula hoop ruffled and early-blooming with a wide white ring compact and uniform 12”h Í∏ $2.50—4 plants in a pack a374 blue ß— a375 rose ß a376 hummingbird red ß petunia exserta uncommon in 2007 only 14 plants were found growing in brazil in shaded cracks on sandstone towers unique it’s the only petunia pollinated by hummingbirds and the only red wild petunia star-faced crimson 2.5” flowers with long nectar tubes and prominent stamens and stigma said to bloom sooner when root bound blooms early summer to fall 24”h ˙ $4.00—3.5” pot multicolor innovations in petunia breeding have led to a range of color combinations on each blossom $2.50—4 plants in a pack 3–4” blooms marked with white flares petals have jagged edges with white margins perfect for a red white and blue planting 13–16”h petunia large blue-lavender flowers with white centers early flowering semi-trailing 8–12”h $5.00—4” pot gardener nancy rose in the star tribune a371 tidal wave silver ß—white flowers with a purple throat and veining $5.00—4” pot a378 colorworks homare ß—white bloom with a windmill pattern of lilac magenta brushmarks toward the edges and a small yellow center from a creative japanese plant breeding company the name means “praise” or “honor” and is pronounced “hoe-mar-aye,” like the japanese soccer star a favorite of our grower 10–14”h a379 crazytunia citrus twist ◊ ß—yellow pinwheels on blended reddish orange and peach petals medium vigor so it behaves well in mixed containers early flowering 8–10”h a380 crazytunia pulse ß—dark burgundy-purple flowers with a bright yellow central star and hot pink edges that do seem to flicker semi-trailing compact and sturdy 10–12”h cheerful 3” daisies excellent for cutting Í a385 panache double trouble ß $3.00—3.5” pot a370 misty lilac ß—recommended by master a457 stocks ß matthiola incana katz purple $5.00—4” pot a458 summertime blueberry ◊ ß—petals have orange tips blending to pinkish purple around dark blue centers 8–16”h magenta and darkest purple blooms ideal for mixed baskets and flower boxes because it won’t overwhelm its neighbors 8”h by 18”w ∫ a382 night sky ß—dark violet flowers sprinkled with white spots of different sizes easy 10–16”h by 24–36”w a383 picasso in pink ß—a deep violet throat surrounded by a rim of brilliant chartreuse makes this new supertunia a real show-stopper strong trailer that blooms all summer 8–12”h ˙ a384 surfinia heartbeat ◊ ß—five pink hearts on each white flower recent introduction 12”h yellow center with a cream edge 12–14”h $2.50—4 plants in a pack a377 can can harlequin burgundy ß—deep red sun daisy osteospermum $5.00—4” pot continued a381 johnny flame ß—exploding with pink spreading variety also great in baskets and containers 6–8”h by 36”w mounds of fragrant 1” violet-blue star-shaped flowers that bloom until frost leaves have irregularly spiky edges good along paths 12–14”h Í∏ $5.00—4” pot tall cutting variety with a lovely fragrance double rose blossoms over silvery gray foliage a heat-tolerant fragrant flower from old-fashioned gardens 12–32”h Í∏ $5.00—6 plants in a pack multicolor continued deep blue-purple turning pale towards the center 10–15”h $3.00—4 plants in a pack a fabulous hybrid that delivers the best characteristics of petunias and million bells its petunia dna means strong roots tolerating alkaline soils and stress and larger flowers million bells contributes non-sticky foliage happy in the cool of spring and the cold even light frosts of late fall and in between keeps its vibrant colors and vigor in the summer heat 12–16”h by 18–30”w $5.00—4” pot a389 cherry improved ß—hard to see how a supercal could be improved unless it planted and watered itself pinkish red blooms on trailing stems to 18” a390 light yellow ß—warm pastel yellow a391 neon rose ß—vibrant fuchsia-pink a392 purple ◊ ß—solid magenta-purple with a dark center semi-trailing a393 salmon glow ◊ ß—pink lightly brushed onto white petals with yellow around the center semi-trailing a394 terra cotta ◊ ß—orange-yellow brushed with pink appears apricot or orange from a distance upright form a395 velvet ß—deep rosy red with darker eye and veins and slight yellow throat supercascade petunia grandiflora trailer with 3.5” flowers excellent for baskets and with good drought tolerance 10”h $2.50—4 plants in a pack a396 burgundy ß a397 salmon ß a398 violet-flowered ß petunia integrifolia small dark magenta blossoms trailing self-cleaning good for mass plantings a spectacular wildflower from argentina that blooms from spring until frost 12–18”h $2.50—4 plants in a pack spiderflower