Portulaca Sundial Mix F1
About 280,000 sds/oz. Sow 6 weeks before spring pack
sales. Germ in 10-14 days at 70-80°F. Thrives in dry, poor
soils and full sun. Good for rock gdns, borders, annual
ground cover and baskets. Bloom spring to frost. Ht. about
6”, spreads to 18”.
9008 Double Flowered Mix Old-fashioned garden favorite.
Double and semi-double flowers in a range
of bright, sunny shades.
250sd 1.55 1M 2.45 5M 1.75/M 10M .45/M
9010 Happy Hour Mix F1 Multipelleted. 10”; needs 1 hr
less daylength for budding, can sow earlier & bring
to bloom for market up to 2 weeks ahead of other
series. Large semidouble flowers. Compact, mounded
non-trailing habit is easy to handle & ship.
100sd 3.25 500sd 13.80 1M 22.80 5M 18.55/M
9029 Sundial Mix F1 Plants are extremely showy because
flowers stay open longer.
100sd 1.55 500sd 2.40 1M 3.40 5M 2.85/M
Salvia Victoria Blue
Rudbeckia Prairie Sun
Salvia coccinea Perennial
9099 Lady in Red Approx. 15,500 sd/oz. Distinctly
loose flower spikes with small
scarlet florets, Ht. 12-15”.
100sd 1.90 500sd 7.50 1M 11.15 5M 9.30/M
Summer Jewel Series 14” pot, 20” gdn, 16” spreading.
Rated above average or superior by
AAS judges because of its early & abundant
flowers, blooming from spring to fall. Plants are
dwarf and densely branching. Bright flowers and
dark-green foliage hold up to wind & rain. Attracts
9102 Pink 9100 Red 9101 White
9103 Lavender Southeast, Heartlands, Great Lakes
100sd 1.95 500sd 8.20 1M 13.40 5M 11.30/M
Salvia farinacea Perennial
Approx. 24,000 sd/oz. Sow 4-6 weeks before spring sales
(6-8 weeks for Blue). Blooms in full sun from early summer
to frost. Space 12”.
9119 Victoria Blue Choice tall blue with long spikes
densely covered with intense violet-blue florets. Ht.
100sd 1.55 500sd 2.20 1M 3.15 5M 1.95/M
Salvia splendens Annual
Approximately 7,500 sd/oz.
9094 Flare Tall form for mass planting and borders.
100sd 1.55 500sd 5.50 1M 9.90 5M 8.10/M
9109 St. John’s Fire Bright red. Ht. 12”.
100sd 1.55 500sd 2.25 1M 3.20 5M 2.75/M
9104 Vista Red Early and compact with thick spikes.
Day length neutral. Ht. 12”.
100sd 1.90 500sd 7.25 1M 10.15 5M 8.15/M
Salvia Vista Red
Approx. 86,800 sd/oz. Sow 8 weeks before spring sales.
Germ in 12-14 days at 70-75°F. Space 18-24” apart.
Bloom summer to fall. Zones 4-8.
9059 Cherokee Sunset First year flowering. Double
to semi-double flowers in range of sunset
shades from gold, orange, bronze to mahogany.
100 sd 2.30 500 sd 9.85 1000 sd 16.50
9062 Denver Daisy FilmCoat. Perfect for large landscape
plantings or 1 gallon production. Large masses
of golden flowers with rusty red rings cover the
plant from late spring until first frost. Ht. 18-20”.
50sd 2.30 100sd 3.25 500sd 12.90 1M 19.15
9069 Indian Summer Large golden-yellow 6-9” flowers.
Single and semi-double blooms on sturdy
stems require no staking. Excellent cut
flower. Ht. 3-3½’.
100sd 1.95 500sd 8.30 1M 13.80 5M 11.60/M
9060 Maya FilmCoat. Double flowered, bright yellow
4” blooms are well supported by strong stems.
Over-winters to zone 7. Ht. 18”.
100sd 3.25 500sd 14.25 1M 24.65 5M 23.60/M
9074 Prairie Sun FilmCoat. Golden petals of light
yellow with green center. Strong stems and large
5” flowers stand out in floral arrangements or landscape.
Firm textured, long lasting. Blooms first summer
about 4-5 months from winter sowing making
it a choice perennial container plant. Ht. 30”.
50sd 2.30 100sd 3.30 500sd 15.15 1M 27.70
Shasta Daisy Perennial
(Leucanthemum x superbum)
Approx. 20,000 sd/oz. Sow 10-12 weeks before spring
sales. Germ in 10-14 days at 70-75°F under light. Great
for gardens in full sun or part shade. Blooms June-Aug.
Hardy in zones 4-9. Space 1-2’ apart.
9129 Snow Lady F1 Dwarf, branching plants begin
flowering when only 6” tall. Hardy to Zone
6. Ht. 10”.
50sd 2.30 100sd 3.30 500sd 15.05 1M 27.25
Rudbeckia Denver Daisy
Shasta Daisy Snow Lady F1
Rudbeckia Cherokee Sunset
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