Novelties of heirloom seeds for the First week of January 2019
The assortment of goods of our store has been replenished, - novelties of heirloom seeds. All the seeds before packaging are tested for germination and variety, so you can be sure that the plant that is mentioned in the description will grow.
It reaches 50 cm in height and produces subtle, tender, branched stems topped with exuberant inflorescences, that resemble the beatiful pomponette daisy. What is even more important, the flower heads of the "Hi-No-Maru" asters are bi-colour.
The very striking, finely pointed quilled petals are the trait that sells this Aster variety. Highly double 5 to 5-1/2" flowers are borne on bushy, well-branched plants.
Chinese asters are annual plants that have their moment of glory at the end of summer and at the beginning of fall. These plants are divided into some groups according to their size and flower shape.
Yellow chinese "Princess" aster (Callistephus chinensis) makes the summer in your garden last until the end of October with its bright yellow flowers. This easily cultivated annual plant grows 50 to 80 cm tall and thrives on sunny flower beds.
"Chochlik" aster (Callistephus chinensis) is a dwarf variety that grows 20-30 cm tall, develops a compact habit and double, amaranth coloured, peony-shaped flower heads. These inflorescences reach 3-4 cm in diameter and develop one-by-one atop.
The tall growing "Inga" needle-petal aster (Callistephus chinensis) is a variety producing blooms that delight with their airy look and beautiful pink-red colour. Asters belong to the most wonderful summer flowers.
Morning Glory ‘Blue Star’ is a unique annual vine whose most attractive decorative feature is its large, 10 centimetres broad flowers in a beautiful shade of white, with a beautiful blue star in the centre of each flower.
This is a mix of several Morning Glory varieties that range in colour from white to red to purple. It is an annual plant with sinuous stems that grow 250 to 350 centimetres in length. With a blooming period which lasts from July to late September.
Light-Blue Morning Glory is a fine decorative annual vine. This plant produces lovely purple flowers that without a doubt are its main ornamental quality. Flowering from July to October.
Start Mina Lobata seeds for this impressive vine that will attract lots of attention. Mina Lobata vine is a tender perennial that is typically grown as an annual. Mina Lobata has many common names: Firecracker Vine, Fire Vine, Spanish Flag Vine.
This graceful twining vine makes a wonderful addition to any summer landscape setting. Easy-to-grow from Cypress Vine seeds, this vine features feathery, fern-like bright green leaves that add beauty and texture.
Start Cypress Vine seeds to create a beautiful climbing vine that makes the perfect concealing screen. Cypress Vines are easy and fast to grow, and they cheer up an unsightly building or climb a trellis or pergola quickly to provide a dazzling display.
Hummingbirds cannot resist Cypress Vines! The star-shaped rose colored blooms are rich in nectar, and hummingbirds love them. To bring hummingbirds to your garden, start Cypress Vine flower seeds and grow this twining vine that grows easily and quickly.
This old fashioned annual can easily be grown from Morning Glory seeds. Grandpa Ott Morning Glory is one of the original Bavarian varieties of Morning Glory vine. It was nearly extinct but has made a comeback in recent years.
What a spectacular sight! Grown from Morning Glory seeds, this Flying Saucers Morning Glory variety is a fast growing vine shooting up to 180 inches, and it has huge 5 inch blossoms of sky blue with white streaks in a pinwheel pattern.
Marigold ‘Aurora Red’ is an annual variety that grows around 25 centimetres in height. This fine plant features gorgeous large red flowers that differentiate this marigold variety from any other one.
French marigold "Petite Orange" is a particularly attractive annual plant. It produces single carnation-like, intensely orange flowers. We can enjoy them for quite a long time - from June to mid October.
Single-flowered "Dainty Marietta" French marigold (Tagetes patula nana) is a variety producing beautiful blooms whose petals take on deep mahogany colour and have golden-yellow edges. The single inflorescences are very ornamental and delight.
Its main decorative feature is the numerous, 3 to 4 centimetre-broad golden-yellow inflorescences with a mahogany blotch in the centre an on each of its numerous petals. Flowering richly from June to late autumn.
These plants grow up to 20 cm tall and develop thick, semicircular flat tufts sprinkled with flowers. These appear from July until first frosts. "Tangerine" French marigold may be grown on borders, flower beds, edgings as well as boxes and pots.
French marigold (Tagetes patula nana), offered here as a low growing "Kora" variety, is a very valuable plant that blooms long and regularly adorning our gardens and balconies. It develops compact, round tufts that reach 25 to 35 cm in height.
The "Fantastic" Mexican marigold (Tagetes erecta) is an annual plant that might grow up to 80 cm tall. Mexican marigolds of the "Fantastic" variety stand out with their large, double inflorescences. The tongue-shaped flowers curl inwards.
Marigold ‘Moonsong Deep Orange’ is an annual variety with a large decorative potential. Vastly used as a cut flower, this exceptional plant grows up to 100 centimetres in height, which makes it one of the tallest in the entire marigold family.
The "Hawaii" Aztec marigold, as this plant is commonly called, will reign on every border. It will look great planted alongside fences or buildings' walls. You may also use it as cut flower, as it remains fresh and great-looking in vases.
"Mona" variety stands out with long and abundant blooming that lasts from spring to autumn frosts. Double, round, bright orange inflorescences would make a strong mark in flowery arrangements and would not be overlooked on borders and flower beds.
What is considered to be amongst its most appealing qualities is a relatively long and rich flowering period; this is when the plants produce a plethora of lovely lemon inflorescences that have an exceptional decorative potential.
Marigold ‘Mixed Gem’ is a very popular annual variety which grows around 30 centimetres in height. It flowers over a long period of time, thanks to which its beautiful yellow, red and orange flowers can be admired at the peak of their decorative.
This species belongs to the tallest-growing Tagetes-representatives, reaching 50 - 100 cm in height. Its blooms that impress with their size take on the whole sunny colour palette, including orange, yellow, rusty-red and mahogany.
English Daisy is a biennial variety that grows 15 to 20 centimetres in height. It features charming ball-shaped yellow flowers that make the plant ideal for potted cultivation. The English Daisy variety is also used for making bouquets.
White Ageratum is a relatively short perennial plant that grows around 10 to 20 centimetres in height. This ageratum variety develops distinctive white flowers, which form umbellate inflorescences.
Pink Ball flossflower is an extremely valuable ornamental plant that blooms all summer long until first autumn frosts. This rather low-growing annual plant grows 15 - 20 cm tall. Numerous tiny blooms are gathered in large panicles or umbels.
Sweet William ‘Holborn Glory’ is a very unusual, yet highly decorative variety. Similarly to other plants of this lovely family, this one is a biennial plant that grows around 50 centimetres in height.
Sweet William ‘Double Mix’, as the name implies, is mix of plants of biennial type with gorgeous double flowers. The plants grows up to 25 centimetres in height, whereas the flowers create unique umbellate inflorescences.
Blooms attract butterflies and make superb cut flowers. Flowers appear in flushes throughout summer and into fall. Bushy, base-branching plants with grassy, blue-gray leaves grow to 20-24 in. tall and require little or no support.
Swiss garden pansy "Wings" is a variety producing extremely large blooms that may reach 6 - 10 cm in diameter. The upper petals take on dark red and the lower yellow colour and are dotted. This biennial plant grows 15-25 cm tall.
Large flowered garden pansy is one of the most popular and commonly planted flowers not only in our part of Europe, but worldwide. The variety of cultivars and colours are the most important assets of this species.
Pansy ‘Bride’ is a fine example of an eye-catching decorative biennial plant; it grows 15 to 20 centimetres in height. Its beautiful large white flowers have a black blotch in the very centre, which significantly contributes to its ornamental value.
Garden pansies are very popular spring flowers. The multitude of offered varieties, that differ in size and shape of the blooms, provide us with countless arrangement options. Garden pansies are used for planting on lower borders and flower beds.
Garden pansies belong to biennial plants. They take on small habit, growing 15 - 20 cm tall. They are valued for their large, single flowers that consist of five rounded petals. The "Orange mit Auge" variety has orange petals.