Petunia, Night Sky

An award winner petunia.

All petunias are heavy feeders, Use "Daniels" fertilizer 4-5 times/week.  "Daniels" is non burning, your plants will love it!


Crazytunia, Passion Punch

An outstanding 2-toned violet petunia. Received a 5 out of 5 stars at trial gardens.  All petunias are heavy feeders.  Use "Daniels" fertilizer 4-5 times/week.

Portulaca, Color Blast

Add this drought and heat tolerant succulent to your containers, flower beds or fairy gardens.


Talinum, Limon
Pink flowers above  bright lime green foliage all summer.  Tolerates heat and sun very well.  Adds great interest to containers.  Use in sun or shade.

28" high 


Celosia, Intenz dark purple

Outstanding bold purple spikes all summer.  Thrives in heat and sun.  Can handle dry conditions.

18" high


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Coleus, Terra Nova Pink Poodle

Very hot pink coleus, 

Part to full shade

12" high

DIANE'S

HOW TO CREATE AN OUTSTANDING  BASKET OR CONTAINER

WE HOPE YOU FEEL, A LITTLE MORE LIKE A PRO, AT THE END OF EACH SEASON

  • It all starts with a quality potting soil.  We use Pro Mix.
  • Next, is to use quality plants.  We use  many "proven winner" varieties.  They don't have to be dead headed to fill out and keep blooming all summer.  Supertunias are my favorite.  They come in many colors and you get a lot of flowers from one plant..
  • Proper watering.  Not too much in the spring, and plenty of water in the heat of summer.  If your plants are wilting, it's not enough.
  • You must fertilize.  It's the food for the plants.  We use "Daniels".  It's a liquid and mixes well.  You can give your baskets and containers a minimum of  once/week.  Or you can give "Daniels" every day!!  "Daniels" will not burn your plants, they will thrive.

Celosia, Twisted Red

Impressive bright red spikes.  Great to use in containers or flower beds

20" high

Begonia, Whopper Red Bronze Leaf

A big and vigorous plant for your container or flower bed.  Outstanding in the hot sun. Use in sun or shade.  Brighter red in sun. 

34" high


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