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Image of Helianthus annuus (Musicbox Mix) photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Annual Sunflower)

The lovely dwarf sunflowers in this Musicbox Mix are well-branched, bushy and uniform. Their flowers have chocolate brown central “eyes” surrounded by petals of yellow and gold—some with red and mahogany markings. The medium-sized flowers are excellent for cutting, despite the compact height of the plants.

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...

Image of Helianthus annuus (PACINO SERIES) photo by: Ball® Horticultural Company

Ball® Horticultural Company

(Annual Sunflower)

The dwarf sunflowers in the Pacino Series are well-branched and have strong stems. The members of this Ernst Benary series have flowers with brown or gold central “eyes” surrounded by petals of lemon yellow or gold. All have relatively small flowers with short stems.

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,...

Image of Helianthus annuus (SUN4U SERIES) photo by: Ball® Horticultural Company

Ball® Horticultural Company

(Annual Sunflower)

The sunflowers in this series were bred for the cutflower industry, so they are ideal for cutting gardens. All SUN4U cultivars have long strong stems and clean, pollen free flowers with short petals, so they are easy to cut and transport. They were introduced by Kieft-Pro Seeds and come in shades of lemon yellow, gold and a burgundy and gold bicolor. The plants are of medium height.

The sunflower is one of the best known garden flowers. Its big bold daisies track the sun, hence the common name....

Image of Hibiscus acetosella photo by: Grandiflora

Grandiflora

(African Rosemallow, False Roselle)

African Rosemallow is a fast-growing, shrubby annual or short-lived, woody- based perennial grown mainly for its red-flushed leaves, which are often compared to the decorative leaves of Japanese maples. The leaves of this hibiscus are held facing outwards on long stalks and they form a cascading round canopy. Some gardeners use the leaves in salads and stir fries for their tartness. The flowers are funnel-shaped and yellow or purplish-pink. They bloom from late summer to fall. This hibiscus species...

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James Burghardt

(African Rosemallow)

African Rosemallow is a fast-growing, shrubby annual or short-lived, woody- based perennial grown mainly for its red-flushed leaves, which are often compared to the decorative leaves of Japanese maples. The leaves of this hibiscus are held facing outwards on long stalks and they form a cascading round canopy. Some gardeners use the leaves in salads and stir fries for their tartness. The flowers are funnel-shaped and yellow or purplish-pink. They bloom from late summer to fall. This hibiscus species...

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Russell Stafford

(African Rosemallow)

African Rosemallow is a fast-growing, shrubby annual or short-lived, woody- based perennial grown mainly for its red-flushed leaves, which are often compared to the decorative leaves of Japanese maples. The leaves of this hibiscus are held facing outwards on long stalks and they form a cascading round canopy. Some gardeners use the leaves in salads and stir fries for their tartness. The flowers are funnel-shaped and yellow or purplish-pink. They bloom from late summer to fall. This hibiscus species...

(Magic Pink New Guinea Impatiens, New Guinea Impatiens)

Colorful and heat-tolerant, New Guinea Impatiens can be distinguished from common garden impatiens by their larger flowers, lance-shaped often beautifully colored leaves and bushy upright or vase-shaped habit.

The New Guinea hybrids are combined crosses between several parent species to include Impatiens hawkeri, I. schlechteri and I. platypetala. This suite of tropical perennials were collected from the island of Papua New Guinea, which is northeast of Australia.

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Image of Impatiens balsamina photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Spotted Snapweed, Tree Impatiens)

Most commonly called tree impatiens or garden balsam, this old heirloom bedding plant was grown in Victorian gardens long before the popular Impatiens walleriana was discovered in Africa. Native to India and southeastern Asia, this tender ornamental is a true annual with a tall, upright habit and colorful flowers that peek out from beneath its long, lush leaves.

The soft, succulent, herbaceous stems of garden balsam are lined with light green, elliptical leaves with toothed edges....

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Jesse Saylor

Most commonly called tree impatiens or garden balsam, this old heirloom bedding plant was grown in Victorian gardens long before the popular Impatiens walleriana was discovered in Africa. Native to India and southeastern Asia, this tender ornamental is a true annual with a tall, upright habit and colorful flowers that peek out from beneath its long, lush leaves.

The soft, succulent, herbaceous stems of garden balsam are lined with light green, elliptical leaves with toothed edges....

Image of Impatiens capensis photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Jewelweed)

Commonly known as jewelweed, this lovely North American native wildflower graces the summer forests from Florida up to the far reaches of Canada. This true annual is tall, delicate and blooms from midsummer into fall. It favors moist woods and is very common in its area of distribution.

Distinguished by its tall, upright habit as well as its flowers, jewelweed has fleshy, succulent stems and can reach great heights if summer rains are prevalent. The tender stems break easily if brushed against...