PROVENWINNERS Dianthus Paint the Town Red
Heuchera Toffee Tart Adding to the rainbow of Dolce Heuchera colors is the newToffee Tart, a ginger-caramel colored selection. New foliage emerges in spring in a bright amber tone and matures through shades of ginger and olive with a silver overlay in summer. Creamy white flowers on burgundy scapes appear in early summer. This selection is a vigorous grower that remains compact throughout the growing season, making it a good choice for containers and borders. Hibiscus Summerific Spinderella Summerific Spinderella forms a dense, tidy, shrub-like clump of dark green foliage peppered with large 8-inch, pinwheel patterned flowers. The white blossoms are heavily accented with pink shading, a puckered texture and dark red eye. Buds are produced prolifically up the stems, delivering superb flower coverage from the top to the bottom of the plant. Expect continuous bloom from midsummer into early fall.
Echinacea The Price is White Selected for its excellent basal branching, long-lasting flower performance and large, full flowers,The Price isWhite is produced from tissue culture to ensure uniformity in color and habit with 5-inch, fragrant, elegant white flowers that contrast with dark-green foliage. Blooms midsummer through late summer; Deer resistant; attracts pollinators; 20- to 22-inch height; 16- to 18-inch spread; part sun to sun. Zones 4-8.
This series of long-blooming, longer-lived and more heat-tolerant dianthus is popular across the country, but especially in warmer climates where this perennial has traditionally been grown for cool- season color. This cultivar bears ¾- to 1-inch round, single, lightly fragrant, deep-magenta red blossoms with serrated petals. This grower-friendly, heat- tolerant cultivar reblooms throughout the season, blanketing the blue foliage with deep-magenta red flowers. Early summer bloom with additional rebloom all season.
Echinacea The Price is White
Dianthus Paint the Town Red
Heuchera Toffee Tart
Hibiscus Summerific Spinderella
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