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Jesse Saylor

(Globe Amaranth, Woodcreek Lilac Globe Amaranth)

Woodcreek Lilac globe amaranth is an attractive annual bedding plant that produces rounded heads of papery deep rose bracts, which resemble clover heads, that subtend tiny yellow flowers. The bracts display a hint of lavender hues as well. Native to Central America, the flowers make excellent cut flowers as well as dried everlastings in bouquets. As a member of the Woodcreek Series, plants mature just over knee high. They develop an erect but bushy habit with small, hairy, medium green leaves.

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Jesse Saylor

(Globe Amaranth)

Woodcreek Purple globe amaranth is an attractive annual bedding plant that produces rounded heads of papery fuchsia-violet bracts, which resemble clover heads, that subtend puny yellow flowers. Native to Central America, the flowers make excellent cut flowers as well as dried everlastings in bouquets. As a member of the Woodcreek Series, plants mature just over knee high. They develop an erect but bushy habit with small, hairy, medium green leaves.

Plants in the Woodcreek Series are drought...

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Mark A. Miller

(Globe Amaranth, Globe Flower, Gomphrena)

Woodcreek White globe amaranth is an attractive annual bedding plant that produces rounded heads of papery white bracts, which resemble clover heads, that subtend tiny yellow flowers. Native to Central America, the flowers make excellent cut flowers as well as dried everlastings in bouquets. As a member of the Woodcreek Series, plants mature just over knee high. They develop an erect but bushy habit with small, hairy, medium green leaves.

Plants in the Woodcreek Series are drought tolerant and...

Image of Gomphrena globosa (BUDDY SERIES) photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Globe Amaranth, Globe Flower, Gomphrena)

The vibrant dwarf globe amaranths in the Buddy Series offer continuous summer color and are ideal for container culture. They come in several colors including 'Buddy Rose', 'Buddy Purple' and 'Buddy White.'

Distinctive, round, brightly colored flowers cover this popular warm season annual in the heat of summer. Globe amaranth is an attractive, bushy bedding plant that is native to the southern regions of Central America. Its papery everlasting flowers dry and hold their color well, so they are...

(Globe Amaranth, Globe Flower, Gomphrena)

The dwarf globe amaranths in the Gnome Series offer continuous summer color and are ideal for container culture. They come in several colors including 'Gnome Pink', 'Gnome White' and 'Gnome Purple.'

Distinctive, round, brightly colored flowers cover this popular warm season annual in the heat of summer. Globe amaranth is an attractive, bushy bedding plant that is native to the southern regions of Central America. Its papery everlasting flowers dry and hold their color well, so they are especially...

(Globe Amaranth, Globe Flower, Gomphrena)

The bushy globe amaranths in the Las Vegas Series offer continuous summer color and are ideal for container culture. They are medium-sized and noted for their exceptional heat tolerance. Several colors are available including 'Las Vegas Pink', ' Las Vegas White' and ' Las Vegas Purple.'

Distinctive, round, brightly colored flowers cover this popular warm season annual in the heat of summer. Globe amaranth is an attractive, bushy bedding plant that is native to the southern regions of Central...

Image of Gomphrena globosa (WOODCREEK SERIES) photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Globe Amaranth, Globe Flower, Gomphrena, Woodcreek White Amaranth)

Globe amaranth is an attractive annual bedding plant that produces rounded heads of papery bracts, which resemble clover, that subtend small yellow flowers. Native to Central America, the flowers make excellent cut flowers as well as dried everlastings in bouquets. Those in the Woodcreek Series include a wide array of flower colors on plants maturing just over knee high. The series members are erect but bushy and have small, hairy, medium green leaves. At least six different varieties exist, with...

Image of Gypsophila elegans photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Showy Baby's Breath)

Bearing starry white or pink flowers that are larger than those of florist's baby's breath, this classic cottage garden annual hails from eastern Europe and western Asia. Almost cloudlike, the blooms stand tall and upright from late spring into summer and make a great cutting or dried flower. The lance-shaped leaves are gray-green. Many cultivars are available, including pink- and large-flowered selections.

This sun- and lime-loving annual prefers mild conditions and rapidly perishes in hot weather....

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James H. Schutte

(Annual Sunflower)

This is one of the prettier, more unusual sunflowers for cutting. The striking, small to medium-sized blooms of ‘Italian White’ have dark brown centers surrounded by creamy white petals with hints of bright yellow. It is well-branched, bushy and relatively compact. This cultivar may be listed as an annual sunflower (Helianthus annuus) or a beach sunflower (Helianthus debilis ssp. cucumerifolius) cultivar but bears characteristics of both, so it is better listed as a hybrid....

Image of Helianthus annuus photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

(Annual Sunflower)

The sunflower is one of the best known garden flowers. Its big bold daisies track the sun, hence the common name. This warm season annual is uncommonly easy to grow and economically important for the production of sunflower seeds, for human consumption, cooking oil and birdseed, as well as cutflowers for the florist’s industry. It is a New World native that exists throughout the whole of North America down to Central America. Natural populations can vary widely in height but most are tall, upright...