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If any plant material fails during the growing season and we are notified within one year from date of shipment, we will replace it one time or issue a credit toward future orders provided the stock has been planted according to in- structions and in growing zones recom- mended in our catalog. Sale items will only be issued a credit voucher for the purchase price. We do not guarantee against losses due to weather, animals or other factors beyond our control.
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EXAMPLE: [Ht: 12"-60", Bl: Summer, Zones: 8 to 10, S/SSH, 9/sq. yd.]
Ht: Average height of plant in inches or feet. Bl: Approximate period of bloom.
Zones: Lowest number is coldest area a plant will survive; highest number is warmest area a plant will perform well.
Sun/Shade Symbols: S–sun
SSH–semi-shade SH–shade S/SSH–sun or semi-shade
9/sq. yd.–The average number of bulbs re- quired per square foot or yard to give a “full look” the first year.
❧ Denotes a new offering this year. PHONE: 1.800.883.6998
ACHIMENES Top Size “Monkey-Faced Pansy” or “Orchid Pansy”
In the 1800’s achimenes were as widely culti- vated as the related African violets are today. Ideal pot plants due to their mounding or cascading habit, they are covered with 2 inch flowers from early spring to fall. The tubular or trumpet-shaped flowers have a broad face and are available in many jewel-like colors. Plant 5 to 6 of the scaly rhizomes in a 6 inch pot, give them light shade, keep them moist and enjoy. Also a good bedding plant for shady spots. [Ht: 6"-15", Bl: Summer, Zone: 10, SSH/SH]
Cattleya #SAC06 Reddish-purple. Charm #SAC16
Light blue, white eye. Deep rose-red. Escheriana #SAC17
Mexicana #SAC22 Sky blue.
Peach Blossom #SAC08 Pulcherrima #SAC23 Rich pink.
Snow Queen #SAC11 Mixed #SAC15 Pure white.
Above Achimenes are priced per variety: 12 for 5.95 48 for 19.95
24 for 10.95 96 for 37.95
12 bulbs each of Charm, Mexicana, Peach Blossom and Snow Queen. #SAC20X (48 bulbs total) 19.95
ACIDANTHERA Size: 8/10cm #SAC05
A. bicolor var. murielae “Fragrant Gladiolus”,
“Abyssinian Gladiolus”, “Peacock Orchid” (Syn. Gladiolus callianthus)
A member of the iris family, native to southern and tropical areas of Africa. Sword-shaped leaves are similar to those of gladiolus but are narrower and more graceful. The sweetly fragrant 3 to 4 inch flow-
ers resemble creamy-white stars with chocolate brown centers. Each gracefully arching stem bears a mass of 8 to 12 blooms over a period of 3 to 4 weeks. Dig and store in a cool place over winter. Use: border, cut, pot. [Ht: 24"-36", Bl: Aug-Sept, Zones: 7 to 10, S, 36/sq. yd.]
12 for 4.95 48 for 16.95
24 for 8.95 96 for 29.95
FAX: 1.800.374.6120 A rainbow of hues.
AGAPANTHUS Top Size Bareroot (except where noted) “African Lily”, “Lily of the Nile” Widely grown for their showy flowers, this South African genus is a tender perennial with a fleshy root. Rising above the clumps of dark green lance-like foliage are stiff, bare stalks that produce globe-shaped 4 to 8 inch flower heads. The many individual flowers are funnel-shaped and bloom for up to two months. Best grown in containers in colder areas so they can be brought indoors for cold periods. An ideal garden plant in the deep South. Roots prefer to be left undisturbed. [Bl: Summer, Zones: as noted, S/SSH, 9/sq. yd.]
A. africanus #SAG01
Rounded umbels of deep blue flowers rise above evergreen strap-shaped leaves 12 inches long. 24 to 36 inches tall. [Zones: 9 to 10] Each 4.95 3 for 12.95 6 for 23.95
A. var. Back in Black #SAG15 (P.P.16244)–Dark purple-blue flowers open from near-black buds, held on jet-black 24 to 28 inch stems. Attractive black seed pods ap- pear after flowering. Bright green foliage. Rare and unique. [Zones: 7 to 10] Each 9.95 3 for 27.95 6 for 49.95
A. var. Black Pantha #SAG21 A seedling of A. praecox spp. orientalis. Very dark violet-blue flowers top 3 foot stalks. Forms clumps of evergreen gray-green leaves 1 to 2 feet wide. 3 inch pots. [Zones: 7 to 10] Each 10.95 3 for 29.95 6 for 54.95
❧ A. ‘Blue Heaven’ #SAG05 (P.P.14989) A reblooming variety that produces
starry flowers in a beautiful shade of medium to dark blue from July to September. Grows 36 to 48 inches tall. 4 inch pots. [Zones: 8 to 10] Each 9.95 3 for 27.95 6 for 49.95
A. var. Headbourne Hybrids #SAG03 Generally considered to be the hardiest hybrid seed strain of the genus. Flowers vary in color from light to deep blue (occasionally white) on 30 to 36 inch stems. [Zones: 6 to 10] Each 5.95 3 for 15.95 6 for 29.95
A. var. Midnight Blue #SAG17 Tight clusters of deep blue flowers. Glossy strap-like basal foliage. Grows up to 3 to 4 feet tall in warm climates, shorter in colder regions. This selection was introduced from the U.K. in 1976 and is not to be confused with ‘Midknight Blue®’. [Zones: 6 to 10] Each 6.95 3 for 18.95 6 for 34.95
A. var. Peter Pan #SAG04 Attractive compact plants only 12 to 18 inches tall are topped with gorgeous sky-blue flowers. [Zones: 7 to 10] Each 6.95 3 for 18.95 6 for 34.95
A. var. Silver Moon #SAG23 Beautiful variegated gray-green and white leaves send up bright green stalks topped with violet-blue flowers. A compact grower at only 24 inches tall. [Zones: 7 to 10] Each 9.95 3 for 27.95 6 for 49.95
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