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Environmental Horticulture Dept. University of Florida

(Annual Phlox, Astoria™ Silver Phlox)

The pretty and easy-to-grow Astoria™ Silver ('Sunphlocobu') bears clusters of mysterious ghostly lavender-white with a tiny purple eye. Compact in height, mounding but spreading its stems horizontally, this small, short-lived annual originates from the Texas native Phlox drummondii. It has great vigor, flowering most consistently in spring and autumn, with a respite in summer's heat.

Small, narrow, lance-shaped leaves adorn the tender stems of annual phlox. Tiny hairs cover the leaves...

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Environmental Horticulture Dept. University of Florida

(Annual Phlox, Astoria™ Red Phlox)

The pretty and easy-to-grow Astoria™ Red ('Sunphlore') phlox bears cheerful clusters of vivid violet-red flowers. Compact in height but spreading its upright stems, this small, short-lived annual originates from the Texas native Phlox drummondii. It has great vigor, flowering most consistently in spring and autumn, with a good tolerance to and floral performance in summertime heat.

Small, narrow, lance-shaped leaves adorn the tender stems of annual phlox. Tiny hairs cover the leaves...

(Annual Phlox)

The pretty and easy-to-grow, heat tolerant members of the 21st Century Series bear cheerful clusters of blossoms that may be white, cream, pink, red and/or lavender-blue, depending on the cultivar. The compact, mounding plants produce side branches readily, forming a full specimen and bloom across the heat of summer, not just in spring and fall. These low, frost-tender annuals are highly bred selections of the Texas native Phlox drummondii.

Small, narrow, lance-shaped leaves adorn the tender...

(Annual Phlox, Drummond's Phlox)

The pretty and easy-to-grow members of the Astoria™ Series bear cheerful clusters of blossoms that may be silvery white, pink, red and/or lavender, depending on the cultivar. The plants are mounded to upright and bloom profusely without the need for deadheading. These frost-tender annuals are highly bred selections of the Texas native Phlox drummondii.

Small, narrow, lance-shaped leaves adorn the tender stems of Drummond's phlox. Tiny hairs cover the leaves and stems and give the plants a...

(Annual Phlox, Petticoat Mix Phlox)

Phlox in the Petticoat Mix produce clouds of starry, jagged-edged flowers on dwarf bushy plants. These low, mounding, frost-tender annuals are highly bred selections of the Texas native Phlox drummondii. They are propagated from seed, but often sold as seedlings.

Small, narrow, lance-shaped leaves adorn the compact, upright stems of Petticoat Mix phlox. Tiny glandular hairs cover the plants, giving them a sticky feel. Clusters of small, flat-faced, five-petaled blooms open in late...

Image of Physalis pruinosa photo by: Carstor, Wikimedia Commons Contributor

Carstor, Wikimedia Commons Contributor

(Groundcherry, Hairy Nightshade, Strawberry Groundcherry)

The peculiar name of "strawberry" groundcherry is perplexing, as the small fruits taste like bittersweet tomatoes with a pineapple flavor. This annual - grown any time of year frosts don't occur - bears five-pointed, nearly white blossoms that may be reminiscent of strawberry blooms. It's native to eastern North America, from Minnesota to New York, south to the Gulf Coast. It's found in somewhat dry, open woodlands or fields and wastelands, growing upright but with spreading branches.

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Holly Chichester

(Hybrid Purslane)

The showstopper of the Fairytales Series, 'Cinderella', is a low-growing, vigorous bedding plant with showy magenta-red pom-pon centers backed by a ring of yellow petals. Plants spread, so they are best suited for containers, border edges and hanging baskets.

In the trade, ornamental purslanes are commonly listed under the botanical names Portulaca oleracea, Portulaca umbraticola or Portulaca grandiflora. Most cultivated forms have characteristics of two or more species...

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James Burghardt

(Hybrid Purslane)

Cheerful in flower, 'Sleeping Beauty' is a low-growing, vigorous plant with showy yellow flowers with puffy pom-pon centers. It blooms effortlessly through the heat of summer and has a spreading habit, so it’s best suited for containers, border edges and hanging baskets.

In the trade, ornamental purslanes are commonly listed under the botanical names Portulaca oleracea, Portulaca umbraticola or Portulaca grandiflora. Most cultivated forms have characteristics of two...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Hybrid Purslane)

The flowering purslanes in the Fairytales Series are low-growing, vigorous and bloom nicely in the heat of summer. Colorful and easy to grow from seed, these bedding annuals have vibrant flowers with double pom-pons of bright petals in their centers. Cultivars include the white 'Snow White', yellow 'Sleeping Beauty' and magenta-red and yellow bi-color, 'Cinderella.' Plants spread, so they are best suited to containers, border edges and even hanging baskets.

In the trade, ornamental purslanes...

(Hybrid Purslane)

In the trade, ornamental purslanes are commonly listed under the botanical names Portulaca oleracea, Portulaca umbraticola or Portulaca grandiflora. Most cultivated forms have characteristics of two or more species and are better recognized as hybrids. These low, spreading bedding plants produce colorful, five-petaled flowers when temperatures are warm. The flowers last only one day but will keep appearing without deadheading as long as the plants are well cared for.

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