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Dwarf Cineraria

Dwarf Cineraria (Pericallis species)

A charming dwarf version of the familiar Cineraria with the same daisy-like blooms and brilliant range of colors as larger varieties. Potted plants can be used alone or in small groups as a table centerpiece. Excellent as a houseplant when provided medium light levels.

Dwarf Cockscomb, Crested Celosia

Dwarf Cockscomb, Crested Celosia (Celosia cristata)

Cockscomb gets a lot of attention for its unique flowers that resemble the comb on the head of a rooster, otherwise known as a “cock”. The dwarf version has a compact habit perfect for garden beds or containers. Like all Celosia, the flowers are available in a range of vibrant…

Dwarf Cup Flower

Dwarf Cup Flower (Nierembergia hippomanica)

Without a doubt, one of the most versatile and charming plants around. The masses of starry flowers brighten up any spot from rock gardens, to borders to just about any kind of container. This is a great medium-sized plant to transition between groundcovers and taller plants and…

Dwarf Marigold

Dwarf Marigold (Tagetes tenuifolia)

A charming dwarf Marigold species with dainty single flowers and lacy foliage that disguises this plant’s rugged nature. This is a great selection for hot conditions, growing in containers, or for anyone looking for a plant that can handle a little neglect. The foliage and flowers…

Dwarf Snapdragon

Dwarf Snapdragon (Antirrhinum majus)

The same fun flowers as taller snapdragon varieties but on a charming, compact plant. A perfect size for containers or edging the garden bed. Snapdragons actually prefer cooler temperatures, so this is a great plant for early spring or late fall enjoyment.

Dwarf Sweet Pea

Dwarf Sweet Pea (Lathyrus odoratus)

This enchanting little Sweet Pea is a perfect choice for planting in masses without any support. A heavy bloomer of fragrant, colorful flowers can also be an excellent choice to plant in containers, baskets, and window boxes. Long lasting blooms are the perfect addition to your…


Echeveria (Echeveria species)

These unique plants are sure to attract attention! Striking rosettes of succulent leaves bring the beauty of nature's geometry to the garden. Create a tapestry of multiple Echeveria varieties or mix them with other drought loving perennials.

Elatior Begonia

Elatior Begonia Solenia™ Series (Begonia elatior)

Dependable plant is covered with delicate double flowers all season long. Easy to grow and very rewarding. Be sure to bring a few indoors to bright, filtered light to enjoy a second burst of blooms in the winter.


Erysimum (Erysimum species)

This classic garden favorite, with deliciously fragrant blooms, provides an abundance of bright color to herald springtime's arrival. A good clipping after bloom and dry toes in winter are all it takes to bring out the best in Erysimum.

Esperanza, Yellow Bells, Yellow Elder

Esperanza, Yellow Bells, Yellow Elder (Tecoma stans)

The beautiful, yellow trumpet blooms of this plant were selected as the official flower of the United States Virgin Islands and the national flower of The Bahamas. Plant habit is shrub-like, so give it some space or prune freely to maintain size. Good tolerance to heat and drought…