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James H. Schutte

(Ageratum, Flossflower, Pearl Silver Ageratum)

The well-branched flossflower 'Pearl Silver' is a compact mounding plant that tends to flower earlier than others and certainly bears its ivory white blooms in profusion. This tender perennial is widely planted as a bedding annual and will bloom all season long.

The low, bushy plants have lush, deep green leaves. When temperatures are warm and growing conditions good, they produce big clusters of button-like flowers that are blue, white, or rose with silvery sheen on the petals. Bees and butterflies...

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Syngenta

(Ageratum, Flossflower, Tycoon Purple Ageratum)

The branching, dwarf 'Tycoon Purple' flossflowers is a compact flossflower that reflowers readily from secondary branches with its red-violet blossoms. This tender perennial is widely planted as a bedding annual and will bloom all season long.

Each bushy plant has lush, deep green leaves. When temperatures are warm and growing conditions good, it produces airy clusters of button-like flowers with spidery petals that attract bees and butterflies. Although named "purple", the flowers are a reddish...

(Flossflower)

Stellar™ Blue flossflower demonstrates improved summer heat tolerance, non-fading powdery violet-blue flowers and no need for deadheading (trimming off dead flower heads to encourage continued blooming). This tender perennial is widely planted as a bedding annual and will bloom all season long.

The compact bushy plant has lush, deep green leaves. When temperatures are warm and growing conditions good, it produces big clusters of button-like flowers that are powdery blue to deeper violet-blue....

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James H. Schutte

(Artist™ Ageratum, Flossflower)

Alto pearl flossflower is a tender perennial that is widely used as a bedding plant in temperate zones. It has a dense, bushy habit and produces many tassel-like flowers of creamy white all season. This vigorous ornamental is easily grown from seed and performs best in sites with full sun and average soil. Where summers are hot, plants may flower best in part sun locations. Rarely bothered by deer, flossflower is best enjoyed in containers or mixed borders with other brightly colored, sun-loving...

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James H. Schutte

(Flossflower, Hawaii Ageratum)

Flossflowers in the Hawaii series are tender perennials that are widely used as bedding ornamentals in temperate zones. These dwarf plants have dense, bushy habits and produce many tassel-like flowers of creamy white, pale blue or violet-blue all season.

Vigorous and easy to grow, they perform best in sites with full sun and average soil. Where summers are hot, plants may flower best in part sun locations. Rarely bothered by deer, Hawaii flossflowers are best enjoyed in containers or mixed borders...

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James H. Schutte

(Flossflower, High Tide Ageratum)

The very tall flossflowers in the High Tide Series are well-branched, heavily flowering on tall stems and form mounds of foliage. These tender perennials are widely planted as bedding annuals and will bloom all season long.

The tall, well-branching, bushy plants have lush, deep green leaves. When temperatures are warm and growing conditions good, they produce big clusters of button-like flowers on tall stems with sturdiness; plants are either blue or white flowering, the latter growing taller...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Flossflower, Patina Flossflower)

The flossflowers in the Patina Series are well-branched, heavy flowering and do not falter in the high heat of summer. These tender perennials are widely planted as bedding annuals and will bloom all season long.

The compact bushy plants have lush, deep green leaves. When temperatures are warm and growing conditions good, they produce big clusters of button-like flowers that may be dusty purple, violet-blue, burgundy or nearly white, depending on the selection. Bees and butterflies flock to the...

(Flossflower, Pearl Ageratum)

The well-branched flossflowers in the Pearl Series are compact mounding plants that tend to flower earlier than others and certainly bear their blooms in profusion. These tender perennials are widely planted as bedding annuals and will bloom all season long.

These bushy plants have lush, deep green leaves. When temperatures are warm and growing conditions good, they produce big clusters of button-like flowers that are blue, white, or rose with silvery sheen on the petals. Bees and butterflies...

(Flossflower)

Stellar™ Series flossflowers are known for improved summer heat tolerance, non-fading flowers and no need for deadheading (trimming off dead flower heads to encourage continued blooming). These tender perennials are widely planted as bedding annuals and will bloom all season long.

The compact bushy plants have lush, deep green leaves. When temperatures are warm and growing conditions good, they produce big clusters of button-like flowers that may be dusty purple, violet-blue or nearly white,...

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James H. Schutte

(Ageratum, Blue Mink, Flossflower)

Fluffy, cool lavender or violet-blue flowers bedeck this old-fashioned bedding plant when temperatures are warm and growing conditions favorable. Though technically a tender perennial, flossflower is widely grown as an annual bedding plant. It is native to Mexico and Central America where it grows as an evergreen subshrub with a dense, bushy habit, but it has also become naturalized in tropical and subtropical countries across the globe.

The fragrant foliage is medium green, heart-shaped and...