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DARWIN PERENNIALS Armeria Dreameria Dream Clouds For newest and most unique breeding in the

weather conditions. New Ruby Glitter features non- fading red blooms with cream-white blotches, and new Ruby Snow has white blooms with red eyes. Hardy to Zones 4b to 9. Echinacea Sombrero Poco Yellow This compact version of the Sombrero series features the same exceptional winter hardiness, excellent branching and proven landscape performance on a compact habit for better forcing and greenhouse growing performance. Sturdy plants are covered in bright-colored, non-fading blooms that last for weeks. Plant in the spring and sell in the same year. Hardy to Zones 4b to 9.

Armeria class, the Dreameria series has you covered. Dreameria moves the genus from a strictly early- spring and late-fall, cool-season perennial to flowering at summer as well. With its tidy habit and heat tolerance, this series is perfect for the landscape and patio containers. Plus, new Dream Clouds adds a nice, pure-white accent color to Dreameria combos. Hardy to Zones 5 to 9a. Echinacea Sombrero Fiesta Orange and Rosada Vibrantly colored Sombrero features exceptional winter hardiness and excellent landscape performance. New Fiesta Orange has semi-double and single flowers on the same plant, while new Rosada showcases bright pink blooms against striking dark stems. Plant Sombrero in the spring and sell it the same year. Hardy to Zones 4b to 9.

Dianthus Mountain Frost Ruby Glitter

Dianthus Mountain Frost Ruby Glitter and Ruby Snow The Mountain Frost collection reblooms consistently from early spring until fall. Its tidy mounding habit works great in landscape borders through a range of

Armeria Dreameria Dream Clouds

Echinacea Sombrero Fiesta Orange

Echinacea Sombrero Poco Yellow

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