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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Variegated Blueberry Flax, Variegated Tasmanian Flax Lily)

Variegated Tasmanian flax lily is an evergreen perennial native to southeastern Australia and Tasmania. It is primarily grown for its attractive, arching strap-like foliage that is dark green with ivory stripes. The leaves grow from thick rhizomes that spread to form broad clumps or colonies. In late spring and summer it produces delicate branched stems that rise above the foliage. These hold very small lavender-blue or white flowers. Each nodding bloom is star-shaped and has a spray of yellow anthers...

Image of Dianthus (GARDEN SPICE® FUCHSIA, GARDEN SPICE® SERIES) photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Dianthus, Garden Spice® Fuchsia Dianthus)

Give your garden a spicy little kick! The abundant, fragrant, magenta-pink flowers of this hybrid dianthus will make your mouth water. The double, carnation type flowers open atop shimmering blue-green stems and spiky foliage in spring, and continue sporadically through summer. They attract hummingbirds and butterflies.

Well suited for annual beds, mixed borders, cottage gardens, and container planting, this tender perennial does best in sun and moist, well drained soil. Fertilize regularly and...

(Dianthus, Garden Spice® Marble)

Give your garden a spicy little kick! The pink-, rose- and cream-dappled flowers of this hybrid dianthus will make your mouth water. The fragrant, double, carnation type flowers open atop shimmering blue-green stems and spiky foliage in spring, and continue sporadically through summer. They attract hummingbirds and butterflies.

Well suited for in-ground or container planting, these pinks do best in sun and moist, well drained soil. Fertilize regularly and remove spent flowers to prolong bloom....

Image of Dianthus (GARDEN SPICE® PINK, GARDEN SPICE® SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Dianthus, Garden Spice® Pink)

Give your garden a spicy little kick! The abundant, fragrant, salmon-pink flowers of this hybrid dianthus will make your mouth water. The double, carnation type flowers open atop shimmering blue-green stems and spiky foliage in spring, and continue sporadically through summer. They attract hummingbirds and butterflies.

Well suited for annual beds, mixed borders, cottage gardens, and container planting, this tender perennial does best in sun and moist, well drained soil. Fertilize regularly and...

Image of Dianthus (GARDEN SPICE® RED, GARDEN SPICE® SERIES) photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Dianthus, Garden Spice® Red)

Give your garden a spicy little kick! The abundant, fragrant, fiery coral-red flowers of this hybrid dianthus will make your mouth water. The double, carnation type flowers open atop shimmering blue-green stems and spiky foliage in spring, and continue sporadically through summer. They attract hummingbirds and butterflies.

Well suited for annual beds, mixed borders, cottage gardens, and container planting, this tender perennial does best in sun and moist, well drained soil. Fertilize regularly...

(Garden Spice® Dianthus)

Give your garden a spicy little kick! Coming in shades of white, pink, and red, the abundant, fragrant flowers of these hybrid dianthus will make your mouth water. The double, carnation type flowers open atop shimmering blue-green stems and spiky foliage in spring, and continue sporadically through summer. They attract hummingbirds and butterflies.

Well suited for in-ground or container planting, these pinks do best in sun and moist, well drained soil. Fertilize regularly and remove spent flowers...

(China Pink, Rosemarie White)

Bred for their dwarf size and early flowering habit, Rosemarie Series hybrids are a dependable source of long-lasting color in the summer garden. Their large, single, fringed flowers appear in various solid and bicolor shades of white, pink and red. They are borne profusely atop compact domes of linear, pale green foliage, and bloom from spring throughout summer. This selection, ‘Rosemarie White,’ has ver large white flowers.

Derived from a short-lived perennial species native to China, Rosemarie...

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Jesse Saylor

(Twinspur, Whisper™ Salmon Red Improved Twinspur)

The colorful twinspur Whisper™ Salmon Red has a mounding, spreading habit and large rosy salmon flowers. It was introduced by Ball Horticultural Company and is commonly grown as a bedding annual but survives as an evergreen perennial where hardy.

This fine, herbaceous plant has wiry stems and small heart-shaped leaves. Its delicate, colorful flowers appear all season. Each small bloom is tubular with a prominent lip and two rear spurs, or nectaries, which hold nectar for bees and butterflies....

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Ball® Horticultural Company

(Twinspur, Whisper™ Apricot Improved Twinspur)

The colorful twinspur Whisper™ Apricot Improved has a mounding, spreading habit and large peachy salmon flowers. It was introduced by Ball Horticultural Company and is commonly grown as a bedding annual but survives as an evergreen perennial where hardy.

This fine, herbaceous plant has wiry stems and small heart-shaped leaves. Its delicate, colorful flowers appear all season. Each small bloom is tubular with a prominent lip and two rear spurs, or nectaries, which hold nectar for bees and butterflies....

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Ball® Horticultural Company

(Twinspur, Whisper™ Cranberry Red Twinspur)

The vibrant twinspur Whisper™ Cranberry Red has a mounding, spreading habit and deep rose red flowers. It was introduced by Ball Horticultural Company and is commonly grown as a bedding annual but survives as an evergreen perennial where hardy.

This fine, herbaceous plant has wiry stems and small heart-shaped leaves. Its delicate, colorful flowers appear all season. Each small bloom is tubular with a prominent lip and two rear spurs, or nectaries, which hold nectar for bees and butterflies. Hummingbirds...