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Super Brand New Plants!

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Dyckia platyphylla 'Uncola' has refreshingly bright green WICKED spines (all the better to keep the deer away) and summer blooms of SWEET orange-yellow flowers. Need something to beat drought and heat? Here you go!

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Seriously. This is the REDDEST red salvia we've ever seen - a color so vividly arresting, we brought Salvia "Royal Bumble" back from England to STOP people in their tracks.

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  • Debi Miller
    Debi Miller

    Um, next time you're in England would you bring back some pink geum? I can't find it here in the States.

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    Annie's Annuals & Perennials

    Okay, we're on the lookout!

  • Caleb Melchior
    Caleb Melchior

    Any idea how many hours of sun it needs per day to bloom? I'm in south Florida and wondering if I can keep it on my lanai...(bright indirect light all day)

Abelia species ‘Chiapas’ - Don Mahoney, curator at Strybing Arboretum, one of our favorite Bay Area botanical wonderlands - entrusted this rare & un-named trailing Abelia species to our care.

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Dahlia ‘Softie’ - Glowing with ginormous 4-5” peachy rose-tipped blooms with centers that fade to yummy lemon meringue yellow, ‘Softie” is a show stopper.

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Pelargonium praemorsum ssp. praemorsum - Ink-lined flowers reign regally over this slim stemmed & twiggy shrublet like masses of Victorian butterflies.

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Solanum umbelliferum “Blue Witch” -Bewitching, 1” pollinator attracting purple blooms with showy yellow anthers completely cover this cutie California native almost year round with the biggest bloomfest happening Spring through Summer.

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Geum coccineum ‘Totally Tangerine’ - Bountiful masses of juicy apricot blooms on 24-30” branching stems add a splash of cheer for months & months on what may be the most FLORIFEROUS & LONG BLOOMING Geum ever!

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Notholirion bulbiferum - You’ve never seen anything like this ghostly & graceful lavender lily from the Himalayas!

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Sidalcea calycosa ssp. rhizomata “Pt. Reyes Checkerbloom” - Totally versatile, this extremely rare California native is the perfect groundcover for moist spots.

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Doryanthes palmeri “Spear Lily” - Growing into a huge 8-12’ tall & wide rosette with mega-HUGE 10-15’ long, bird attracting, sanguine red flower stalks!

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Beschorneria albiflora - Amazing evergreen focal point plant alert! Crazy RARE, Beschorneria albiflora is the only species that forms an aboveground trunk that can reach 30” high!

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Dahlia campanulata “Weeping Tree Dahlia” - Here we see the rare unicorn of Dahlias – Dahlia campanulata. Seldom seen in gardens, this mythical beast is a modestly sized (8-10’ tall & 3’ wide) FALL BLOOMING “tree dahlia”

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Phaseolus coccineus “Scarlet Runner Bean” - Quite a looker for a bean! By far the most ornamental of edible beans, 1” fiery red-orange flowers bloom in clusters & make a spicy pairing with the fresh green foliage. Photo via H. Zell.

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  • Jennifer Hausler
    Jennifer Hausler

    Love this plant! Fast growing and the beans are beautiful!

  • Duane Binkley
    Duane Binkley

    By the way, humminigbirds love them!

Calocephalus brownii - “Cushion Bush” - Super crazy drought tolerant Australian native.

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Salvia sclarea ‘Piemont’ - “A must for every garden” says Penelope Hobhouse, so if you’ve yet to grow this robust, beautiful, architectural & long blooming cottage garden favorite – this could be your year!

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Begonia ‘Little Brother Montgomery’ - Intensely ornamental & named for blues pianist & singer Eurreal W. Montgomery, it may be the showiest & most colorful Begonia we’ve ever seen!

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Zucchini ‘Astia’ “Container Zucchini” - Perfect for even the teeny tiniest of veggie gardens, ‘Astia’ stays a cute & compact 2-3’ tall & wide, making it ideal for container life (mimimum size for one plant is a 15” pot). Photo courtesy of Renee Shepherd

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Grevillea banksii forsteri “Red Silky Oak” - Hummingbird & honeybee party central. Amazing cut flowers! Photo courtesy of Mauricio Mercadante

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Onion ‘Cipollini Borrettana’ - A pearl of an onion with a beautiful saucer-like shape & a sweet, mild flavor. Photo courtesy of Krista Kennedy

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Geum coccineum ‘Cooky’ -Drought tolerant/deer resistant once established it’s a great choice for the edge of a rock garden. Attracts butterflies & cows wearing hats.

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Dudleya caespitosa - Native to the California coast from LA on up to Monterey. Photo courtesy of Ken Blackford

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    creations landscape designs

    mmmmm Dudleya

Dahlia ‘Kapow’ - Almost too pretty to be real! Contrastic fabulosity with jewel-like 3” pinwheel pink blooms popping out from delectable rich, mahogany-black foliage.

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Agastache ‘Black Adder’ - Hummingbirds, butterflies & bees oh my! ‘Black Adder’ will have all three partying it up in your garden with bountiful, deep violet-red blooms that emerge from dramatic black buds on showy 6-8” bottlebrush flower spikes

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Dyckia platyphlla ‘Cherry Cola’ - If you have a sweet tooth for mean plants, have we ever got a treat for you! Wicked spines line the edges of the long leaves of this terrestrial bromeliad, which comes in colors ranging from green dappled with golden brown to deep luscious cola brown.

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