Coreopsis is a native perennial wildflower that has been cultivated for use in the garden with beautiful, daisy-like flowers in red, pink, or yellow.
This classic mix is a "wild" gardner's favorite producing a vibrant mix of red, pink, and white blooms in drifts that can rise from 3'-5' tall!
Growing from 40-60 inches tall, this summer beauty produced vibrant mixed yellow, orange, and red blossoms. Prefers full sun.
This beautiful sunflower boasts deep burnt red petals blushing to bright red. Growing up to 80" tall, this flower makes a gorgeous addition to the garden!
Open-Pollinated. This sunflower has a giant yellow flower head, up to 2 feet across on a single, tall stalk, up to 12 feet. The large seeds have the characteristic grey stripes.
Open-Pollinated. This unique Sunflower has an extremely soft texture and is truly a fun statement in the garden. A shorter variety, Dwarf Sungold is perfect for the border of the garden.
While this variety of sunflower only grows up to about two feet, the blooms are an outstanding ten inches wide! This variety adds a bright spot of joy to any garden.
These are some of the most popular annual flowers on earth. The marigold group called "Crackerjack Mix" has decorated millions of gardens for decades.
Sparky is not your ordinary marigold! It has a very unusual flower form that is wide and wavy. The colors are vivid shades of deep orange and yellow. It will remind you of a sunset.