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ANNUALS SPREADING/HEDGIFLORA TYPES


lush foliage in large containers and landscapes. Sturdy stems keep plants from falling open. 16-22”. Pelleted seed only.


TIDAL WAVE™ HYBRID SERIES The tallest of the Wave™ family, this ultra-fl exible series quickly adjusts to any spacing. Vigorous plants fi rst grow upward, then outward, spreading up to 48" as a groundcover if positioned 24" apart – or space plants 12" apart to create a dense, mounded hedge up to 22" high. An ocean of 2" blooms pours across


✱ Pixie Stakes available – See page 135


PORTULACA (Moss Rose) (P. grandifl ora)


280,000s L 7-10 days 70˚F


Sow directly into packs or pots and cover lightly. Maintain even soil temperature of 70˚F. Use multiple seeds per cell and thin.


See ‘Happy Hour Series’ on page 7.


Full Double Mix - #07602 A high percentage of double blooms in a wide range of colors. Great for beds and borders. 4"


(F) 1/16 oz. (H) 1/8 oz.


Cherry (above) & Hot Pink (below) Purple (above) & Silver (below)


1/16 oz. = approx. 17,500 seeds $4.50 (J) 1/4 oz. 8.25 (K) 1/2 oz. Full Double Mix


$15.25 29.50


Cherry - #07468 ✱ Hot Pink - #07469 ✱


POPPY(Papaver somniferum) 60,000s.


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Purple - #07471 ✱ Silver - #07470 ✱ 2002 AAS Winner.


Prices, above 4: (R) 50 pellets $12.50 (V) 100 pellets $22.50 (G) 250 pellets $49.75 (W) 500 pellets $94.50


14 days 60-70˚F


POPPY (Eschscholzia californica) 19,000s.


DL 7-14 days 50˚F Cover lightly. Alternatively, sow direct.


Candy Kiss - #07541 Each semi-double bloom is a masterpiece of rich, cream-colored petals, heavily splashed in rose pink. Bright green foli- age on sturdy plants showcases the fl ow- ers without excessive contrast. A premium choice for retail sales, and a strong per- former in beds and landscapes. Easy-to- grow and is self-seeding. 8-10” 1/32 oz. = approx. 550 seeds $ 6.50 (H) 1/8 oz. (J) 1/4 oz.


(D) 1/32 oz. (F) 1/16 oz.


Danish Flag - #07565 Huge, single feathery-edged fl owers in brilliant red with a white center. Its 5” wide blooms will be stunning in any gar- den. Perfect for fl ower arrangements. 30" 1/32 oz. = approx. 1,850 seeds $4.45 7.75


Danish Flag


(D) 1/32 oz. (F) 1/16 oz.


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(H) 1/8 oz. $13.75 (J) 1/4 oz.


24.95 11.95 Candy Kiss


Margarita Rosita - #07604 ✱ 2001 AAS Winner. Genuine, deep magenta, 1-1/2" semidouble blooms, startling in their intensity. Compact plants are well-branched with a mounded habit, making them ex- tremely easy to ship. Early to bloom, uni- form and free-fl owering. Heat and drought tolerant. 4". Multi-seed pellets. (V) 100 pellets $4.50 (W) 500 pellets $18.50


(Y) 200 pellets 8.25 (C) 1000 pellets 34.50 Margarita Rosita


$21.95 39.95


Sundial Formula Mix Hybrid -


#07608 ✱ Blooms 2 weeks earlier than other Por- tulacas, with 12 bright, vivid shades, in- cluding Peach – the 1999 AAS Winner. Possesses a special trait that allows the blooms to stay open virtually all day long, even on the sunniest days in mid-summer. Plants are uniform, fl oriferous and weath- er tolerant, even in hard rains. 4-6" (W) 500 seeds (C) 1000 seeds


$3.25 (Z) 2500 seeds 5.75 (E) 5000 seeds


$12.95 23.95


Sundial Formula Mix


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