Tiny Sensations Asiatic Lily, is powerful despite its size. Its blossoms are a reddish orange with yellow speckled tips. This dwarf variety is great for containers, and borders. Plant in full sun and watch the butterflies visit this beauty. (Lillium) Learn More →
This dahlia has gorgeous fluted petals in tones of deep fuchsia with purple-pinkish tips with a white undertone. It grows up to 3 ft tall and produces 4-6" flowers. The Caproz Pizzazz dahlia will bloom from midsummer to first frost. They make an excellent cut flower, so plan to plant a few extras so you can enjoy them even more inside as a centerpiece. Learn More →
Dinnerplate Dahlia Cafe Au Lait produces large blooms with an exquisite white with a tinge of pink and tan color. It's soft and creamy color can change from an off white to hints of pink as the season progresses. It's velvety petals make a perfect flower up to 8" across. Cafe au Lait are an excellent cut flower and are used in many wedding bouquets and arrangements. Learn More →
Oriental Firebolt Lily has a sweet fragrance that emanates from its large deep pinkish red flowers. This beauty is tall and statuesque. Growing up to 36” and producing an abundance of blossoms. It can take over 100 days for it to bloom, but when Firebolt opens up, it is a show worth waiting for. (Lillium) Learn More →
From the Dark Angel Series®, Dracula is a compact Dahlia. It’s red blooms are offset wonderfully against its dark foliage. Dracula is a perfect Dahlia for a container or small-space garden. This daisy-type Dahlia is great for cut flowers and starts blooming in mid-summer when planted in late spring. Dracula also attracts butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden. Learn More →
A beautiful orange and coral coloring dinner plant dahlia that blooms up to 8” – 10” in size. Parkland Glory grows up to 36” tall. Plant in full sun and watch this beauty dazzle in full sun! Learn More →
Leichtlinii is a wild lily that resembles tiger lilies, especially the variety maximowiczii which is orange. It produces yellow flowers that have burgundy purple spots from its purple stems. Its flowers are smaller than the traditional tiger lily and do not create bulbils (seeds). Plant in full sun and watch the butterflies come to visit! (Lilium auratum) Learn More →
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