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Broadleaf Sage

Broadleaf Sage (Salvia officinalis)

Broadleaf Sage leaves have a savory flavor and scent! Add leaves to stuffing or sausage and poultry dishes for an unforgettable taste. Sage is an essential addition to herb gardens, and is very nice for growing in pots on patios to allow for quick access to the flavorful leaves. Both…

Broadleaf Stonecrop

Broadleaf Stonecrop 'Cape Blanco' (Sedum spathulifolium)

Yellow flowers in summer. Silvery-gray foliage looks good throughout the season. Very popular and dependable. One of the best perennials for long-lasting interest.

Broadleaf Stonecrop

Broadleaf Stonecrop (Sedum spathulifolium)

Tiny rosettes of spoon-shaped leaves form a dense mat of powdery blue, or reddish purple in some varieties. Starry, yellow blooms in summer add to the color and texture value of this North American native.

Bush Clock Vine, King's Mantle

Bush Clock Vine, King's Mantle (Thunbergia erecta)

Originally from the tropical region of Africa, this plant is valued for its beautiful display of purple flowers all summer. The shape of this plant depends on how much it is pruned. It will form a creeping mound, if left untrimmed, or a low bushy shrub with regular light pruning.

Bush Morning Glory, Silverbush

Bush Morning Glory, Silverbush (Convolvulus cneorum)

Bush Morning Glory is a glowing presence in the garden. The soft, silvery foliage forms a perfect rounded mound that brings a strong architectural form to the landscape. The color looks amazing contrasted with bright flowers or dark-leaved plants. In late spring the plant is…

Butter Daisy, Star Daisy

Butter Daisy, Star Daisy (Melampodium paludosum)

A cheerful, easy to grow plant that performs well in hot, humid conditions. Produces bright yellow, daisy-like blooms all season long. This plant spreads easily by seed so remove faded flower heads to keep plant tidy and to control the establishment of seedlings in the garden.

Cactus Outdoors

Cactus Outdoors

The distinctive shapes and textures of cacti provide unique, architectural structure in the landscape. A great solution for arid situations in locations that don't get severe frosts. The broad palette of heights and colors offers lots of creative options for filling in spots where…

Calceolaria, Pouch Flower, Slipper Flower

Calceolaria, Pouch Flower, Slipper Flower (Calceolaria Hybrid)

The bright, puffed up blooms of Hybrid Calceolarias bring a burst of color and unexpectedness to summer plantings. Choosing a site out of hot, afternoon sun will ensure the most productive flowering. Does well indoors when placed in medium light.


Calibrachoa Cabaret® (Calibrachoa Hybrid)

Announcing… a star performer! The Cabaret® Series of Calibrachoa delights gardeners with a non-stop show of color all season long. The tiny, funnel shaped, petunia like flowers cover an abundance of mounding to semi-trailing stems. The brightly colored blooms are useful as fillers…


Calibrachoa (Calibrachoa Hybrid)

Blooms resembling miniature petunias cover an abundance of trailing stems in a lush and colorful display. A tender perennial most commonly grown as an annual. Easy care and heat tolerant. Many botanical authorities consider Calibrachoa to belong to the genus petunia.