Posts Tagged ‘Black’
(Lenten Rose) Winter Jewels™ Series Helleborus ‘Onyx Odyssey‘ is a dramatic and elegant beauty. Her flowers are slate purple to near black in color with 15-20 petals per each large 3″ bloom. The foliage of Winter Jewels™ Series ‘Onyx Odyssey‘ emerges purple in early spring and matures to a lovely shade of green. A unique addition to any garden!
(Petunia) Simply Beautiful® Presents Phantom, the world’s first and only Black & Yellow Petunia, there’s alot of buzz being said about this unique new bumblebee color! The upright ,tightly branched, mounding habit of Phantom is drought and heat tolerant and also attracts hummingbirds and butterflies.
* I saw this plant for the first time last summer at the OFA Short Course in Columbus, Ohio and knew immediately that this one was going to have to be added for 2011.- Heidi
(Tufted Violet) Viola ‘Black Magic’ is true to its name having 1-inch wide, solid matte black flowers with a tiny bright yellow eye. In mid-spring, this clump forming viola is blanketed in flowers and will rebloom again in the fall if deadheaded. It has also demonstrated good heat tolerance in the South. ‘Black Magic’ has one of the darkest flowers in existence!