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Annual Combination Planter

Annual Combination Planter Spring Viola Bowl (Viola cornuta)

Spring planters are a perfect way to chase away the dreary days of winter. Use them to add a cheerful touch to patios, decks or a sunny balcony. Preplanted flower bowls are a terrific, easy-care gift idea!

Corsican Pansy

Corsican Pansy (Viola corsica)

A wild violet from the Mediterranean region of Corsica. Produces an abundance of cheerful flowers so dense that they nearly hide the foliage when the plant is in full bloom. Viola are known for their tolerance to cold, so this one is unique in its ability to withstand heat.

Johnny Jump-Up

Johnny Jump-Up 'Helen Mount' (Viola tricolor)

This old-fashioned favorite adds nostalgic charm to the garden! Produces an abundance of violet, lavender and yellow tri-colored blooms. The dainty flat-faced flowers are a cheerful sight in the early spring. They tolerate cool temperatures and are ideal for planting around…

Labrador Violet, Alpine Violet

Labrador Violet, Alpine Violet (Viola labradorica)

Compact mounds of colorful, dainty flowers. Beautiful in shady borders and woodland gardens. A reliable groundcover for any location.

Lilac Vine

Lilac Vine (Hardenbergia violacea)

Lilac Vine is actually not a Lilac, but a member of the Pea family. This can be seen in the charming pea-like flowers that form the dangling bloom clusters. This is a vigorous, low-maintenance vine that tolerates heavy soils and drought conditions. Plant near a patio, porch or deck…

Mountain Pansy

Mountain Pansy 'Splendens' (Viola lutea)

Produces a profusion of small golden-yellow flowers. The dainty flat-faced flowers are a cheerful sight in the early spring. They tolerate cool temperatures and are ideal for planting around spring-flowering bulbs or in window boxes. Makes an excellent pressed flower for crafts or…

Pansy Planter

Pansy Planter (Viola x wittrockiana)

Pansy planters are a perfect way to chase away the dreary days of winter. Use them to add a cheerful touch to patios, decks or a sunny balcony. Preplanted flower bowls are a terrific, easy-care gift idea!

Pansy

Pansy (Viola x wittrockiana)

Pansies have been a garden favorite since the first hybrid varieties were developed from wild Viola species back in the 1800’s in England. The charming flat-faced flowers and array of colors continue to make pansies a popular choice for garden beds or container plantings. Pansies…

Perennial Pansy

Perennial Pansy (Viola x wittrockiana)

Pansies have been a garden favorite since the 1800’s. Many of the flower color combinations enjoyed today originated from hybrids developed at that time from wild Viola species. Although usually grown as an annual, Pansies have a natural tolerance for cool temperatures and are very…

Society Garlic, Pink Agapanthus

Society Garlic, Pink Agapanthus (Tulbaghia violacea)

Society Garlic is a "cousin" to true garlic and is best grown for its ornamental value rather than for culinary use. The foliage has a fragrance similar to that of onions or garlic but its flavor is disappointing and there is some question as to whether it's really safe for…