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Image of Tropaeolum majus (Tall Nasturtium Mix) photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

What a phenomenal, ever-blooming tender perennial! Originating from regions across South and Central America, the common nasturtium is a beautiful vining or mounding plant with colorful showy flowers that will brighten any summer flower garden.

Throughout the growing season nasturtiums offer a profusion of showy, open, five-petaled flowers with large, nectar-rich spurs. They come in shades of yellow, orange, red, apricot, rose or pink and all are highly attractive to hummingbirds. The beauty...

Image of Tropaeolum majus (WHIRLYBIRD SERIES) photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Indian Cress, Nasturtium)

A compact habit, heavy flowering and semi-double flowers distinguish nasturtiums in the Whirlybird series. In southern climates they will survive as short-lived perennials but are more commonly planted as annuals.

Throughout the growing season nasturtium offer a profusion of large showy flowers held above distinctive bright green parasol-shaped, or peltate, leaves. The frilly blooms come in shades of yellow, pink, orange, scarlet, and crimson and are highly attractive to hummingbirds.

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Image of Tropaeolum minus photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Dwarf Indian Cress, Dwarf Nasturtium)

Dwarf Indian cress is a compact short-lived tender perennial that’s commonly grown as an annual. It originates from northern South America and has been long admired for its colorful display of flowers that appear from summer to frost.

The flowers have five rounded petals and a distinctive nectar-rich spur in the back. These are typically golden with a tangerine spot at the base of each petal. The plants are bushy, pungently scented and have ornate rounded leaves that are pale green or blue-green....

Image of Tropaeolum peregrinum photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Canary Creeper)

This interesting and beautiful vine will add a tropical touch to any garden. Canary creeper is a tender herbaceous perennial from Ecuador and Peru that’s grown for its unusual canary yellow flowers which float across twining stems covered with deeply lobed light gray-green leaves. The bright yellow flowers are comprised of three tiny lower petals and two larger upper petals, which are erect and fringed like a bird’s wings. The delicate blooms also have prominent nectar-rich spurs that hold sweet...

Image of Tulbaghia violacea

Felder Rushing

(Society Garlic, Variegated Society Garlic)

Named for the pungent fragrance of its attractive grassy semi-evergreen leaves, society garlic is a sturdy, clump-forming, herbaceous perennial from eastern South Africa. The narrow, strap shaped leaves of its cultivar 'Silver Lace' are attractively decorated with creamy-white longitudinal stripes. They are nearly evergreen in warm climates and deciduous in temperate or seasonally dry locations. Plants spread by bulb-like rhizomes to form a dense clump. From late winter to early fall loose one-sided...

Image of Veltheimia bracteata photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Forest Lily, Unicorn Root)

Beautiful even with its wavy green leaves, forest lily forms tall stems in late winter to spring that are topped with a pendent cluster of tubular flowers that are pink to coral-orange or even light green. A semi-evergreen perennial native to hillsides in South Africa, the bulb usually is dormant in the heat or drought of summer but will be evergreen if moisture is even and there is no winter frosts. It is often cultured in containers outside of its native land.

In early autumn the fleshy green...

(Superbena® Pink Parfait Verbena, Verbena)

The colorful Verbena in the Superbena® Series are best known for their showy flower clusters, vigorous wide-spreading habit, and good mildew resistance. Superbena® Pink Parfait bears masses of pale lavender-pink flowers.

The low, spreading or trailing stems of this tender perennial are clothed with oval, toothed, mint-like leaves. The hemispherical clusters of tubular, flaring, five-lobed blooms continue all year in the absence of frost and severe heat. Butterflies flock to the flowers....

(Superbena® Royal Red Verbena, Verbena)

The colorful Verbena in the Superbena® Series are best known for their showy flower clusters, vigorous wide-spreading habit, and good mildew resistance. Superbena® Royale Red bears masses of deep scarlet flowers.

The low, mounding or trailing stems of this tender perennial are clothed with oval, toothed, mint-like leaves. The hemispherical clusters of tubular, flaring, five-lobed blooms continue all year in the absence of frost and severe heat. Butterflies flock to the flowers. Deadheading...

(Superbena® Royale Chambray Verbena, Verbena)

The colorful Verbena in the Superbena® Series are best known for their showy flower clusters, vigorous wide-spreading habit, and good mildew resistance. Superbena® Royale Chambray bears masses of fragrant lavender-blue flowers.

The low, mounding or trailing stems of this tender perennial are clothed with oval, toothed, mint-like leaves. The hemispherical clusters of tubular, flaring, five-lobed blooms continue all year in the absence of frost and severe heat. Butterflies flock to the...

(Superbena® Royal Silverdust Verbena, Verbena)

The colorful Verbena in the Superbena® Series are best known for their showy flower clusters, vigorous wide-spreading habit, and good mildew resistance. Superbena® Royale Silverdust bears masses of fragrant, silvery-lavender, purple-blushed flowers.

The low, mounding or trailing stems of this tender perennial are clothed with oval, toothed, mint-like leaves. The hemispherical clusters of tubular, flaring, five-lobed blooms continue all year in the absence of frost and severe heat....