Posts Tagged ‘Red’

Aquilegia x caerulea ‘Origami Red & White’

(Columbine) Aquilegia 'Origami Red & White'

The colors of spring, besides Lupine, Columbines has go to be my second favorite spring blooming flower. It does not matter which Aquilegia variety it is they are all a wonderful addition to spring. Aquilegia ‘Origami Red & White’ is a wonderful bloomer with color lasting up to 12 weeks. When the plant is done blooming you can let the seed pods dry up and then sprinkle seeds all around. I will warm you have go to love Columbine if you choose to doe this because you will have them everywhere. So pick a great location and spread the seeds in love. ‘Origami Red & White’ is a great plant choice when looking to bring in natures added attractions of butterflies and hummingbirds. But don’t worry the unwanted guests of deer and rabbit will usually leave this plant alone.

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Bourbon™ Clematis ‘Evipo 018’

Clematis 'Bourbon'

I have always thought that the picture that was supplied to us when we first started selling ‘Bourbon’ made it look like an amazing Clematis. The other day when I was walking through the greenhouses I found one in bloom. This was the first time that I had actually seen the real deal, and I am very impressed by the beautiful coloration of this bloom. The blooms are just as large as the description says. I think I may need to find a new home for a “Bourbon” Clematis this year! -Heidi

(Clematis) Bourbon™ Clematis is an exciting new compact clematis from Raymond J. Evison. Evison specifically hybridized this prized variety for patio containers. The compact growth reaches only 3-4 feet tall, which makes it a perfect fit for large patio pots. Bourbon™ is equally happy though when grown in the ground and allowed to scramble up a small trellis. The large 6 inch flowers are red with bright purple bars in the center of each petal. Flowers rebloom throughout the summer for an incredible display!

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Heuchera ‘Paris’ PP18,881

Heuchera 'Paris'

Heuchera ‘Paris’ has got to be one of my most favorite Heuchera. I love the fact that the bright red flowers bloom almost all summer long. Heuchera are known for their great foliage colors, but most have insignificant flowers( in my opinion). ‘Paris’ will not disappoint in either of these categories!- Heidi

(Coral Bells) Heuchera ‘Paris‘ PP18,881 is a free-flowering cousin to ‘Hollywood’ PP17,129 with striking, medium size white-veiled leaves that give rise to columns of large, deep rose colored flowers. An excellent repeat bloomer which makes ‘Paris’ PP18,881 great in containers and in the border. Hummingbirds and butterflies will love the bright color!

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Madeira™ Red Argyranthemum frutescens

Madeira™ Red Argyranthemum

(Marguerite Daisy) Simply Beautiful Madeira™ Red Argyranthemum has an upright habit that produces mounds of red daisy blooms. Plant in combination with Yellow and Purples for a stunning combination look.  Madeira™ Red is an excellent choice for the landscape or in combination planters and window boxes. Argyranthemum blooms are sure to attract butterflies to your gardens.

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Armeria pseudarmeria ‘Ballerina Red’

Armeria "Ballerina Red"

(Common Thrift) Standing 12-14″ high the loads of rosy red blooms of Armeria pseudarmeria ‘Ballerina Red’ will dance in the landscape from mid through late spring. ‘Ballerina Red‘ will give you enjoyment all summer long with its beautiful reblooms. ‘Ballerina Red’ has wide evergreen leaves, sturdy flower stems, and large 1″ round flower clusters. Armeria overwinters well in zones 5-9 and once established is heat and salt tolerant.

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