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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...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Ageratum, Blue Mink, Cloud Nine™ Blue Ageratum, Flossflower)

Fluffy, cool lavender to violet-blue flowers bedeck Cloud Nine™ Blue flossflower ('Balclinebu')when temperatures are not hot 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 Cloud Nine Series was developed by Ball Horticultural...

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James H. Schutte

(Ageratum, Blue Mink, Flossflower, Leilani Blue Ageratum)

Fluffy, nearly true blue flowers bedeck the Leilani Blue flossflower 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 foliage of 'Leilani Blue' is dark emerald green, heart-shaped and...

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James H. Schutte

(Ageratum, Blue Mink, Flossflower, Neptune Blue Ageratum)

Fluffy, pale cobalt blue or light sky blue flowers bedeck the Neptune Blue flossflower 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 foliage of 'Neptune Blue' is deep green, heart-shaped...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Ageratum, Blue Mink, Flossflower, White Bouquet Ageratum)

Fluffy, white flowers bedeck the White Bouquet flossflower when temperatures are warm and growing conditions favorable. Though technically a tender perennial, this selection is widely grown as an annual bedding plant favored as a cutflower with its tall, sturdy, well-branched stems. 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 foliage...

(Ageratum, Blue Mink, Cloud Nine™ Ageratum, Flossflower)

Fluffy, cool lavender to violet-blue or white flowers bedeck the plants in the Cloud Nine™ Series of flossflower when temperatures are not hot 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 Cloud Nine Series was developed...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Aglaonema, Cecilia Chinese Evergreen, Chinese Evergreen)

Valued for their large, handsome evergreen leaves and tough constitution, aglaonemas are among the most familiar shade-loving houseplants. One of the largest of its tribe, the hybrid 'Cecila' features broad, upright, silvery leaves with green veins. Ornamentally insignificant flowers with small white spathes appear sporadically.

Aglaonemas like warmth, humidity, bright shade, and moist, well-drained soil, but will settle for less. They are used as pot plants in houses and public buildings, and...

(Aglaonema, Chinese Evergreen, Maria Chinese Evergreen)

Valued for their large, handsome evergreen leaves and tough constitution, aglaonemas are among the most familiar shade-loving houseplants. The lance-shaped, glossy, dark-green leaves of the hybrid cultivar 'Maria' are strikingly decorated with silvery flecks and chevrons. Ornamentally insignificant flowers with small white spathes appear sporadically. Slower growing than many other cultivars, it is a good choice where space is limited.

Aglaonemas like humidity, bright shade, and moist, well-drained...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Aglaonema, Chinese Evergreen, Nicole Chinese Evergreen)

Valued for their large, handsome evergreen leaves and tough constitution, aglaonemas are among the most familiar shade-loving houseplants. The lance-shaped, glossy, dark-green leaves of the hybrid cultivar 'Nicole' are strikingly decorated with broad jagged silvery midveins. Ornamentally insignificant flowers with small white spathes appear sporadically.

Aglaonemas like warmth, humidity, bright shade, and moist, well-drained soil, but will settle for less. They work well as an indoor container...

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Jessie Keith

(Aglaonema, Chinese Evergreen, Peacock Chinese Evergreen)

Valued for their large, handsome evergreen leaves and tough constitution, aglaonemas are among the most familiar shade-loving houseplants. The silvery, lance-shaped leaves of the hybrid cultivar 'Peacock' are strikingly decorated with dark green flecks and yellowish midribs. Ornamentally insignificant flowers with small white spathes appear sporadically.

Aglaonemas like humidity, bright shade, and moist, well-drained soil, but will settle for less. 'Peacock' is less sensitive to cold and thus...