Give peace a chance! Also known as the Peace Lily, the spathiphyllum plant is a popular indoor houseplant that enchants everyone with its glossy, graceful leaves and stunning white flowers. This long-lasting gift is a wonderful way to send your sympathy, or to brighten up a lucky man's day.
Large, lovely leaves and a low-maintenance personality make the dieffenbachia a popular houseplant in homes and offices. The easy-to-care-for floor plant features colorful leaves in various shades of green that freshen up any corner. A great gift to send to the office!
Large flower trusses in a rainbow of colors appear early to midsummer on strong 30-40" spikes. Plant 18-24" apart. #1 field-grown plants.
Coreopsis are easy and ubiquitous, but there is none with the stunning coloring of this one! Large blooms of ruby red with snow white edges produce no seed, so all the plant's energy goes into producing great numbers of flowers over an extended 4 month period. Compact plants form a well-behaved mound covered by upward-facing blooms, so you get the full impact of the magnificent coloring. Though it is drought tolerant, blooming is enhanced by watering during dry spells.
Gorgeous landscape plant gives you huge, reddish-pink bloom clusters throughout the summer. With its highly ornamental bark and large, profuse flower clusters, you'll enjoy this garden beauty year round.
The Preserved Boxwood Topiaries look fresh because they are. Natural evergreen foliage is potted in stone-like planters. The Preserved Boxwood Topiaries are wonderful accents for any room. The Preserved Boxwood Oval Dome Plants are preserved while freshly picked. Set of 2. Place the Preserved Boxwood Oval Dome Plants in your home and invite nature indoors. The boxwood plants are preserved when freshly picked, so the oval domes of foliage look and feel like living plants. The Preserved Boxwood Oval Dome Plants are potted in mossy, stone-finished Terra Cotta planters for an all-natural presentation. You get 1 large and 1 small boxwood plants, beautiful to use in a grouping or individually around your home.Benefits of the Preserved Boxwood and Willow Topiary:
Nature preserved. Our Boxwood Trees are freeze-dried, so they stay green and fresh for years to come. Set them on consoles or mantels for a lush natural touch with zero maintenance. Freeze-dried boxwood tree. Natural boxwood plants. Imported.
A Dish Garden is the perfect plant to send for many occasion. Arranged by a local florist, this fresh green plant comes in wonderful varieties. Hand delivered to your recipient to their home or office, it's a great house plant to say thanks, get well or show your sympathy. Includes: Classic Dish Garden Green Plant Variety Unique Container FREE Personalized Message Delivery Today Available
NEW! Add rich contrast to your garden with a colorful sedum that remains burgundy-red all season long. The color show continues in late summer when large clusters of soft pink flowers bloom. Plant en masse as a colorful, weed-suppressing ground cover. Also adds color to mixed containers.
A stunning contrast in color, Cappuccino features large feathery plumes of snowy white atop deep, rich bronze-green foliage that is very attractive with a lacy look that intensifies when paired with the blooms. Light and airy, the flowers are tall with an attention-grabbing form – perfect for adding interest to shady areas of the garden. Blooms appear in midseason and last for weeks. An ideal specimen in a mixed border, perennial garden or as a container planting. Plant in rich moist soil, in shade or semi-shade and in groups of 10 or more for maximum impact.
Spring Hill's nursery professionals use these superior plant hoops to keep flowers upright and stems from breaking even in heavy rains. Strong plastic-coated metal hoops with legs to push into soil. Small hoops hae 20" legs; large have 26" legs. OUTSTANDING VALUE!
Spring Hill's nursery professionals use these superior plant hoops to keep flowers upright and stems from breaking even in heavy rains. Strong plastic-coated metal hoops with legs to push into soil. Small hoops have 20" legs; large have 26" legs. OUTSTANDING VALUE!
Kick start your summer garden with daylilies that demand a second look! Our Double Daylily Collection offers all the elegance and easy-care qualities you love about daylilies, but with twice the petals and two blooming seasons! In early summer, the intriguing double flowers begin to arrive continuously in varying colours and sizes—each one like a work of art that lasts only one day. Then later in the season, you'll be treated to a second spectacular show. Hassle-Free Hemerocallis The five healthy hemerocallis plants you'll receive in this collection are guaranteed to come back year after year and will naturalize beautifully in your garden. In fact, these daylilies will thrive almost anywhere—from sunny borders to patio containers! • #1 Plants • Hardy in Zones 3-9 • Plant in Full Sun to Part Shade • Blooms Early Summer and Again in Late Summer • Attracts Butterflies and Hummingbirds • Drought Tolerant This Collection includes 1 each of the following varieties. Double Firecracker This small but mighty variety offers a powerful pop of vibrant red accented by rich gold. A good choice for containers or for planting in front of taller daylilies in this collection. 4-5" flowers. Grows 20" tall. Susan Pritchard Unique colour combination changes throughout the day! Large, abundant blooms start out dark burgundy and then soften to rosy pink with a green throat and ruffled golden edges. 6" flowers. Grows 20" tall. Patricia Jojo One of the brightest yellow varieties we've found! Standing tall and strong, Patricia Jojo is a beacon for butterflies and hummingbirds with her vibrant colour and fragrant blooms. 6" flowers. Grows 24" tall. Night Embers The tallest and most exotic-looking daylily in the collection! Deep maroon blooms are highlighted with a contrasting yellow edge that outlines each petal perfectly. 6" flowers. Grows 26" tall. Cute As Can Be This charming daylily is ideal for containers, where its petite blooms can be enjoyed up close! Dark pink petals open to reveal a golden centre and chartreuse-green throat. 4" flowers. Grows 18" tall.
Scented double-blooms Space-saving dwarf grows just 2 ft. tall Perfect as a low border or container plant Adaptable to any soil, and low-maintenance Dwarf Radicans Gardenias are the most adaptable and fragrant dwarf shrubs you can find. You get citrusy-scented blooms, but on a space-saving shrub that gets just 2 feet tall! Use it as a border plant or in a container. You can even grow it in front of larger shrubs as a fragrant ground cover. Plant these groups of three for a dramatic effect. They're very adaptable, so use them to hide bare spots and ugly areas in your garden. Let the fragrance from its blooms fill your garden. We recommend planting it near your patio and areas where you entertain guests- they'll be asking what that sweet scent is! These dwarf gardenia plants are miniature flower factories. You'll have plenty of extra blooms to bring indoors during the spring and summer. Just snip one off for a free air freshener! Once established, this hardy variety becomes easy to maintain and is even drought-tolerant. Dwarf Gardenia Radicans thrive in full sun to partial shade and adapt to almost any soil. Plant several for a fragrance that will greet your visitors from a distance. Since these are dwarf plants, we recommend getting the large, 3 gallon variety. They've done most of their growing already, so you'll get scented flowers as soon as the first blooming season! Be sure to get yours if they're still available. Buy Gardenia Bushes. For sale and ready to bloom.
Clusters of tiny blossoms in shades of orange, red and yellow – not just the plain orange of the species – attract butterflies to your garden! Blooms flourish for several weeks in mid to late summer, followed by large and interesting seedpods. 18-36" tall plants thrive in sun and heat, humidity and even drought, yet is quite winter hardy and long-lived. Zones 4-9. Bareroot. Asclepias 'Gay Butterflies'. Full Sun. Deer tend to avoid.
Finally... a fragrant gardenia plant that won't lose its flowers after late spring frosts. Frost Proof Gardenias are famous for... keeping their blooms through unexpected freezes giant, fragrant blooms you can smell from a distance one tough plant that you don't have to baby I love Gardenias, but refuse to spray chemicals or cover my plants. Old gardenia plants are insect prone and finicky. Your soil can't be too moist or too dry. Then the occasional late frost comes and wipes out your blooms for the whole season. New Frost Proof Gardenias are unaffected by cold snaps and thrive on neglect. They adapt to a variety of soil conditions... do great in full sun or partial shade... and resist insects and disease. Even deer leave them alone. The Frost Proof won the 2007 Garden Writers Best Plants Award for good reasons. They're just as beautiful as they are tough. You get huge, velvety white flowers that bloom in pairs. They start blooming in late spring. These flowers last longer after being cut than old Gardenia varieties. I planted several Gardenia bushes between my neighbor and I as a privacy hedge. We both pick flowers like crazy and can't make a dent in them. I put the blooms in bowls throughout the house and even keep one in my car. Frost Proof also makes a great evergreen foundation hedge. They are bushy and well branched. They look great pruned or left natural. Plant several for a fragrance you can smell from a distance. You won't find Frost Proof plants in big box stores for several more years. They only offer new plants when a large number of educated customers request the variety by name. Meanwhile, they continue to sell the same problem-plagued varieties. We refuse to sell 2 quart or smaller sized plants. Instead, you get fully rooted, well developed 1 and 3 gallon plants that will give you blooms the very first season. Order your gardenia plants now while our supply of large sizes is still available. Buy Gardenia Bushes. For sale and ready to bloom.
Large, elegant blooms in vibrant colors make a stunning impact in the late-spring garden! Large, elegant crepe paper-like blooms on 2-3' stems in orange, red, pink or white shine brightly in a sunny garden location. Poppies tend to go dormant in hot, dry summer conditions, so be sure to plant with summer-blooming perennials to fill in while your poppies rest. Tufts of foliage will return with the cool fall days. #1 field-grown plants. Zones 3-7. Papaver orientale
Blooms up to 4 Months – Starting in Winter! Among the Few Blooming Perennials that Thrive in Shade One of the Easiest-to-Grow Plants for the American Home Garden! Brighten Your Garden with New and Unusual Colors from the Very Latest breeding! It took years for breeder Hans Hansen to perfect this mix of single-flowered Lenten Roses, and the result is outstanding! These plants are exceptionally vigorous, so they produce unusually large numbers of blooms per plant, and the colors of these blooms are richer and include new color combinations. A grouping will brighten your late winter garden with vibrant pinks, rare yellows, deepest purples, picoteed whites, even the highly sought green tints -- plus every shade in between! (All on different plants, of course.) Blooms up to 4 months – in Winter! Even better, these spectacular 2 to 2.5 inch blooms begin in late winter and earliest spring, when everything else in the garden is sleeping. You’ll even see them peeking through a late snow, brightening your day and telling you that spring is right around the corner. They stay colorful throughout spring, only fading when the weather warms up for summer. As an added bonus, the evergreen foliage, rich green and resembling small palm leaves, keeps adding interest to your garden even when blooming season is long over. Healthy, Hardy, Easy to Grow, and Deer-Resistant, too! These tough plants will live up to 50 years of more, and nothing is easier to grow! They thrive in most any soil, even heavy clay; they laugh at heat, drought and cold; and, they are untroubled by pests or disease. Growing into neat clumps 18 inches tall and 2-3 feet across, they slowly spread to make a wonderful ground cover for those difficult shady spots under trees. Lenten Roses can also make a delightful focal point in the shady perennial bed when they bloom in the winter to early spring. And this is the last plant to be nibbled on by deer! Growing Tips: Though Lenten Roses (Helleborus) grow equally well in the North or the South, they do require dappled to full shade. They tolerate drought quite well and are not picky as to soil type, but, as with most perennials, they will grow most lushly if given a rich soil with plenty of organic matter for good drainage. Buy Lenten Rose. For sale and ready to bloom.
The Arizona Gaillardias start blooming in late spring, earlier than any other Gaillardia; they also keep blooming longer, clear through fall! They set masses of buds that open to unusually large 4" flowers, on plants that are neatly mounded, only 12" tall and wide, and amazingly uniform. They laugh at heat, humidity, poor soil, cold, even drought. Grow in well-drained normal to sandy soil; use a raised bed if you have clay. Collection includes one red, one gold, and one bicolor plant. Zones 3-9. Ships in 3" pot. Gaillardia Arizona 'Sun', 'Red Shades', 'Apricot'. Full sun. Deer tend to avoid. 1 collection (3 plants).
Send your warmest regards with an elegant dish garden that combines the fragrance of a fresh bouquet with the lasting beauty of indoor plants. Components may vary. Available in small, medium and large. Medium 14"H x 7"D. Includes: Dish Garden with Flowers Keepsake Basket Florist Arranged Delivery Today Available