Winter Jewels Collection And Helleborus Winter Jewels Purple/Pink Edge

This collection is comprised of 3 components. Helleborus Winter Jewels Slate – The most exciting new color in the Winter Jewels strain is this smoldering charcoal-ash shade of balck, shot with spidery red veins and overtones of blue. The buds are pure […]

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Echinacea ‘Coconut Lime’

Just as long-blooming, floriferous, and vigorous as common Purple Coneflower. How fortunate we are to be gardening during this explosion of Echinacea breeding! ‘Coconut Lime’ is the newest and most exciting cultivar yet. Combining white, pale green, and rich amber-brown, they have […]

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Geranium ‘Bob’s Blunder’ And Hemerocallis ‘Over the Top’

Blooms Generously All Summer Long A British cultivar with a mounding, lush habit, it thrives in hard clay soils. We don’t know what Bob’s blunder was (and he’s not telling!), but we’re thankful for it. This is a ceaselessly flowering hardy Geranium, […]

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Satsuma Mandarin Orange Tree

Satsuma mandarin trees (Citrus unshiu Marc.) are among the coldest hardy citrus varieties that have sufficient fruit quality for potential commercial marketing as well as for homeowners outside the typical citrus belt in the Lower Rio Grande Valley. The Mandarin orange or […]

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Moro Blood Orange Trees

Moro Blood Orange is a variety of orange (Citrus sinensis) with crimson, blood-colored flesh. The fruit is smaller than an average orange. Its skin is usually pitted, but can be smooth. Blood oranges are called the ‘connoisseur’s citrus‘ because they are sweet […]

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N-33 Navel Orange Tree

The fruit of the N-33 Navel Orange tree is a lovely orange color, delicious, easily peeled, seedless fruit. It is produced by this medium sized tree and recognized as one of the sweetest oranges ever developed. The tree offers fragrant flowers in […]

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Everhard Navel Orange Tree

This may be one of the best dwarf oranges for the home gardener. For starters, the Everhard Navel Orange is more compact than the average navel orange tree. And fruit crops are generally heavy. Navel oranges are easy to peel and are […]

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Clematis ‘Miss Bateman’ And Hemerocallis ‘Malachite Prism’

A Magnificent Rebloomer Winner of the Award of Garden Merit from the Royal Horticulture Society. One of the first Clematis to bloom in late spring — and then generously repeating at season’s end! — ‘Miss Bateman’ is a rare delight for garden […]

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Geranium ‘Jolly Bee’ And Helleborus Winter Jewels Slate

The Biggest Blooms Ever Flowers change shades of blue as they mature. Oh, Geranium lovers, wait until you grow Jolly Bee! Dozens upon dozens of big blue blooms will fill your garden all summer, each sweetly fragrant, each veined in maroon, dotted […]

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