"I will miss you always, even in the moments when you are right beside me. Time apart has planted longing inside me and I do not think it is a weed that will ever stop growing. It will always live there, but my god it grows the most spectacular flowers." - Tyler Knott Gregson
Hydrangea Cityline® Rio This compact Bigleaf Hydrangea offers mildew-resistant foliage and strong stems holding lush, 6in flower heads -- deep blue-purple on acid soils, pink on alkaline -- with striking green eyes. Cityline® Rio is part of a German series bred for low, tight-growing habit that requires little or no pruning. Flowers on old wood. 'Ragra' PPAF
Echinacea 'Baja Burgundy' Coneflowers are staple garden perennials that no full-sun border should be without. Like other colors in the Sombrero series, the brand new 'Baja Burgundy' lights up the garden with vibrant, alluring flowers. Sturdy and compact in habit, 'Baja Burgundy' grows vigorously in well-drained soils and branches to form powerhouse clumps of high-impact flowers all summer.
Viola x wittrockiana 'ultima' (Ultima Series Pansies) - Rather ubiquitous as annuals, few New England gardeners know that hardier varieties of pansies are, in fact, capable of being grown as perennials and if left in the ground over the winter with a covering of mulch they will be the first thing to bloom in late-winter or very early spring - especially the Ultima series. And pansies come in a mind-numbing array of colours.
High Drama David Tutera is known for his incredibly impressive décor and luxe designs on his hit series, My Fair Wedding. Many of you filled your boards with equally-stunning ideas that are sure to drop some jaws.