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White Feathers Hosta. Beautiful! Wow!! OK: for NEXT year's garden!!

Garden Whites Inspiration

Rudbeckia hirta 'Cappuccino'

Calibrachoa MiniFamous Double Amethyst

Calibrachoa MiniFamous Double Amethyst

Petunia x 'Fortunia Pink Picotee'

Petunia 'Supercascade Blue' for the Contained Garden and smaller Hanging Baskets.

Fuschia x 'Marinka', For the hanging garden and expeciallly for the Hummers.

"Happy Chappy" Rose. Hedge/groundcover Rose! (Rosa x 'Happy Chappy')

Cape Honeysuckle, for the Contained Gardens! (And, for the Hummers! (Tecomaria capensis)

Crocosmia 'Lucifer'. A bulb from So. Africa, originally. Found a couple of nice ones at Lowe's. These should make our Hummers happy! (Crocosmia x Curtonus)

Another American Native which the Europeans have figured out that it's significant before we wake up....... Found at a Box Store, (Lowe's,) but know it's happiest in it's native soils/environs. Am anxious to see if it blooms longer than the specie which grows here. "Prunella Summer Daze" (Prunella grandiflora X P. laciniata)

Just scored this jewel from the local Wally World. Can't wait to see it's performance. "Dog Tail Cactus". ( Aporocactus flagelliformis (?) )

I LOVE the varieties of Lavenders available. Scored this one at a hip Box Store...the Nursery Manager is cool and connected! Thanx, Vicki, in Ft. Smith, Arkansas. (Lavendula X intermedia 'Provence')

Charmay Cantelina - Angel Pelargonium (Hope this is available in the USA...?)

Pelargonium X 'Arctic Star' (One of the "Star Geraniums"!!

Viola x 'Velour Frosted Chocolate'. LOVE the subtle and different hues in this one! To plant in Autumn of 2012, IF can find. Now, which colour (s) to plant with it to make both Pop?

Petunia 'Black Velvet'

Calibrachoa Superbells Grape Punch. Into medium sized containers for the front garden.

Calibrichoa Superbells Coralberry Punch.. for the driveway garden w/hot colours.

Littletunia Blue Vein

Calibrachoa 'Superbells Blackberry Punch'

  • Caron Smith

    Gorgeous!!! Love the colors!!

  • Shirley Moretto

    OOOOH. LOve this.

  • Jesse Rohde

    Delicious, No??!! This colour/variety was released last year (2011) but I just saw it this spring. Wish y'all could see it in the sunshine...this pix doesn't do this creature justice! Mabey i'll post some when mine grow out a bit! Shirley, don't know where you are, but here in the Ark-La-Homa area, (How's that for hybridizing?) these look great all season long if you can keep them watered and fed, in baskets/containers. I find them easier to keep by planting them directly into the ground, and here they are a short lived perennial for us!!

Gomphrena globosa "Strawberry Fields'. Had this last year, inter-planted with Salvia farinacea 'Victoria'. This one is an annual...the salvia is a short lived perennial for us, here. It was a knockout combo!!

  • Jesse Rohde

    Because of our Winter which wasn't, these have resprouted from the roots and are growing back!

Found this jewel at the local box store. Phlox X 'Chattahoochee', is "natural" hybrid, and possesses the traits of our local wilde Phlox pilosa, (Hairy Phlox,) and then some! Purchased on a gut feelin' and glad I did!!