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(Nodding Catchfly)

Charming and whimsical with its pale pink flowers, the nodding catchfly is a worthwhile addition to summer gardens. An annual native to the Mediterranean, it is short in stature and may slightly cascade or spread as it grows.

The leaves are mid-green but hairy and oval-shaped. This bushy plant will send up short stems in late spring to late summer, depending on climate, with loose clusters of either single or double (extra petals) light pink blossoms. The flower often hangs downward and reveals...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Nodding Catchfly)

Charming and whimsical with its bi-colored flowers, ‘Celina’ is a cultivar of Nodding catchfly and very showy plant in summer. The parent species is an annual native to the Mediterranean, short in stature and slightly cascading or spreading.

The leaves of ‘Celina’ are mid-green, hairy and oval-shaped. It is a bushy plant and sends up short stems in late spring to late summer, bearing loose clusters of deep rosy-pink blossoms with a light pink center. The flowers often hang downward and reveals...

(Nodding Catchfly)

Charming and whimsical with its dark fuchsia-pink flowers, ‘Triumph’ nodding catchfly makes a showy addition to summer gardens. The parent species, an annual native to the Mediterranean, is short in stature and may slightly cascade or spread as it grows.

The leaves of ‘Triumph’ are mid-green, hairy and oval. This bushy plant sends up short stems in late spring to late summer bearing loose clusters of deep fuchsia-pink blossoms. The flowers often hang downward and reveal striped and toothed calyces,...

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Jesse Saylor

(Chinese Scarlet Eggplant, Pumpkin Tree, Turkish Eggplant, Turkish Orange Eggplant)

At first glance, you'd think you're staring at an eggplant since there's purplish brown stems and large dull green leaves. Pumpkin tree differs in having many short thorns on its stems. The small white flowers that look like stars later develop into small tomato-like fruits, ranging in color from gold to orange and orange-red when fully ripe. These fruits are grooved, resembling little gourds or pumpkins. Once fall frosts kill the plant, these fruits persist on the dark colored stems, looking decorative,...

Bedeviling gardeners worldwide, this vigorously spreading annual is native to Europe but naturalized across the globe.

The small, bright green, oval leaves of this rampant annual are paired along lax to upright stems that grow most vigorously in cool moist conditions. The stems root at the nodes wherever they touch ground. Plants grow through winter in mild climates. The small, white, starry flowers are borne throughout the growing season. Tiny capsules follow the flowers, releasing numerous...

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Jessie Keith

(Cottage Red Marigold, Marigold)

The single, bright-red, gold-centered blooms of 'Cottage Red' marigold appear all summer on bushy, 30-inch (75 cm) plants. This annual was discovered in Mexico and is believed to be a hybrid.

The dark green, ferny, pungent foliage of 'Cottage Red' is dotted from early summer to early fall with numerous small, mahogany-red to orange-red, five- to eight-petaled blooms. The petals are spade-shaped with squared-off tips. Bees and butterflies visit the blooms.

For best growth, marigolds require...

(Mule Marigold, New World Hybrid Marigold, Sunburst Orange Splash Marigold)

The Marigold 'Sunburst Orange Splash' is a sterile F1 hybrid developed by interbreeding American marigolds (Tagetes erecta) and French marigolds (T. patula). It produces masses of single, golden-orange blossoms with orange and orange-red markings. The 2- to 3-inch (5 to 7.5 cm) blooms are borne on bushy, upright, 14- to 18-inch (35 to 45 cm) plants. This cultivar can be purchased and planted as seed or as nursery-grown seedlings.

Marigolds are familiar, easy to grow,...

Floriferous and seedless, 'Sunburst Orange' is a sterile F1 hybrid developed by interbreeding American marigolds (Tagetes erecta) and French marigolds (T. patula). It produces masses of single, golden-orange, 2- to 3-inch (5 to 7.5 cm) blooms on bushy, upright, 14- to 18-inch (35 to 45 cm) plants. This cultivar can be purchased and planted as seed or as nursery-grown seedlings.

Marigolds are familiar, easy to grow, bright-flowered annuals that are native to Mexico...

Floriferous and seedless, 'Sunburst Yellow Splash' is a sterile F1 hybrid developed by interbreeding American marigolds (Tagetes erecta) and French marigolds (T. patula). It produces masses of single yellow blossoms with orange and orange-red markings. The 2- to 3-inch (5 to 7.5 cm) blooms are borne on bushy, upright, 14- to 18-inch (35 to 45 cm) plants. This cultivar can be purchased and planted as seed or as nursery-grown seedlings.

Marigolds are familiar, easy to...

Floriferous and seedless, 'Sunburst Yellow' is a sterile F1 hybrid developed by interbreeding American marigolds (Tagetes erecta) and French marigolds (T. patula). It produces masses of single, bright-yellow, 2- to 3-inch (5 to 7.5 cm) blooms on bushy, upright, 14- to 18-inch (35 to 45 cm) plants. This cultivar can be purchased and planted as seed or as nursery-grown seedlings.

Marigolds are familiar, easy to grow, bright-flowered annuals that are native to Mexico...