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(Hybrid Horned Violet, Viola)

The high-performing hybrid violas in the Skippy XL Series have larger flowers than those in the standard Skippy Series. Plants are notably weather resistant--showing a good tolerance of both high heat and winter cold. Still, each heavy flowering, compact plant performs best when growing conditions are cool and mild. Flower colors come in a wide range of hues from blues and purples to oranges, red and yellows. The plants were developed by PanAmerican Seed. They will survive as short-lived perennials...

(Calitunia)

This hybrid annual, the result of a cross between two similar genera, Petunia and Calibrachoa, combines desirable traits of both. The petunia-like flowers, with petals converging at the base and flaring at the tips, arise along the length of trailing stems that form a low mound. Bloom is so profuse that the flowers almost hide the plant. Being sterile, the flowers last longer than those of the parents, and the stems continue growing and flowering as long as the plant has moisture and the temperatures...

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Don Tanaka, USDA/ARS

(Triticale)

Triticale is the first man-made cereal grain. Combining the qualities of wheat and rye, it is a hybrid grass that aims to broaden the spectrum of food grains that can grow in less-than-ideal soils. Although wheat (Triticum spp.) and rye (Secale cereale) are separate grass species, they share an ancient ancestor that permits their difficult hybridization to form triticale. First done in the 1870s, triticale's popularity and potential for use as a grain remains largely unseen.

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(Dreamtime™ Copper Strawflower, Strawflower)

Strawflowers (also known botanically as Bracteantha bracteata) are erect, fuzzy-leaved annuals or short-lived perennials native to Australia. From late spring until autumn this cultivar 'Copper' produces double, full, daisy-like flowers with orange-yellow papery bracts with golden yellow centers. This cultivar has dark green leaves. The Dreamtime series is a group of non-seed producting plants that have a more compact rounded plant habit. Their stems and flowers hold up much better to cool...

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James H. Schutte

(Dreamtime™ Jumbo Yellow Strawflower, Strawflower)

Strawflowers (also known botanically as Bracteantha bracteata) are erect, fuzzy-leaved annuals or short-lived perennials native to Australia. From late spring until autumn this cultivar 'Jumbo Yellow' produces double, full, daisy-like flowers with golden yellow papery bracts instead of petals. The Dreamtime series is a group of non-seed producting plants that have a more compact rounded plant habit. Their stems and flowers hold up much better to cool and hot temperatures, thus extending...

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Jesse Saylor

(Dreamtime™ Rose Pink Strawflower, Strawflower)

Strawflowers (also known botanically as Bracteantha bracteata) are erect, fuzzy-leaved annuals or short-lived perennials native to Australia. From late spring until autumn this cultivar 'Rose Pink' produces double, full, daisy-like flowers with dark rosy pink papery bracts instead of petals. The center remains a golden yellow. The Dreamtime series is a group of non-seed producting plants that have a more compact rounded plant habit. Their stems and flowers hold up much better to cool and...

Image of Xerochrysum bracteatum (DREAMTIME™ SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Strawflower)

Strawflowers (also known botanically as Bracteantha bracteata) are erect, fuzzy-leaved annuals or short-lived perennials native to Australia. The Dreamtime series is a group of non-seed producting plants that have a more compact rounded plant habit. Their stems and flowers hold up much better to cool and hot temperatures, thus extending the season for use earlier into spring, and later into the autumn. From late spring until autumn they produce unique, daisy-like flowers with white, yellow,...

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Jessie Keith

(Cherry and Ivory Zinnia, Zinnia)

Bearing large red and white bicolored blooms on compact plants, the Cherry and Ivory zinnias in the Swizzle Series are bushy warm-season annuals that are Zinnia grandiflora hybrids. Easily grown from seed, these plants produce enormous, semi-double, bicolored blooms on upright, calf-high stems.

Hybrid zinnias are warm season plants. They germinate readily in warm garden soil, so they are easily planted outdoors. Blooming begins in late spring to early summer and will continue to frost...

(Dasher Pink Zinnia, Zinnia)

Bearing round, cheerful pink daisies,'Dasher Pink' zinnia is a bushy warm-season bedding plant that performs well through summer. The compact Zinnia elegans hybrids in the Dasher Series are bushy, warm-season annuals. Easily grown from seed, these plants produce rounded flowers on mounding, shin-high plants.

Hybrid zinnias are warm season plants. They germinate readily in warm garden soil, so they are easily planted outdoors. Blooming begins in late spring to early summer and will...

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James H. Schutte

(Profusion Apricot Zinnia, Zinnia)

Profusion zinnias are excellent flowering annuals that originated from a cross between Z. angustifolia and Z. elegans. The compact, everblooming plants have linear green leaves and many medium-sized flowers.

The pretty 'Profusion Apricot' has pale peach daisies with orange centers. It is a national award winner for its disease resistance and profuse flowering. Given full sun and fertile soil, it will flower continuously all summer. In fact, a mature plant may have dozens of...