Fast facts

We have more than 200 plant species in stock.

The Hibiscus flower is edible and has a tangy citrusy taste.

The leaves from Lantana are poisonous to most animals.

Whopper Begonias can reach a height of 3 feet!

Wandering Jew plants are color chameleons. Lighting affects these plants’ coloring – low light brings out the green color, and high light will increase the purple color in the leaves.

Purple Heart plants are best suited for use as a ground cover mostly because they spread aggressively!

Boston Ferns do best in high quality bright light, but they should not be planted in full sun.

A key feature of the Mezoo Trailing plant is its high tolerance to the sun, heat, and drought.

Alyssum flowers have a very sweet smell.

Impatiens are great for brightening up shady areas in any flower bed.

Celosia are also known as woolflowers and cockscomb.

Coleus are often called Painted Nettle or Flame Nettle, but are actually a member of the mint family.

Sweet potato vines are in the same family as edible sweet potatoes, Ipomoea batatas, but they have been bred for the beauty of the leaves.

Vinca plants do not like cool temperatures or an abundance of moisture.

Calibrachoa are best in hanging baskets, containers or as a small area ground cover. It may be used in border fronts or rock gardens.

Most Petunias should be pruned to ensure they produce new shoots and flowers.

SunPatiens aren’t just ordinary Impatiens. These plants thrive in the sun and can grown three times larger with three times the blooms of normal Impatiens.

The Dahlberg Daisy is a low maintenance annual that is drought tolerant and easy to grow. Moreover, it is perfect for garden containers, pretty along walkways, and good for the front of borders. Its’ small stature makes it very nice in fairy gardens.

Dusty Miller is an easy-to-grow flowering plant with silvery foliage and small yellowish flowers. Select plant for its adaptability. Plant in sun or part shade. It thrives in damp, organic soil and, when established, is drought-tolerant.

Euphorbia “White Manaus” is a versatile plant perfect for landscapes and containers. It produces clouds of tiny white flower-like bracts that do not need to be deadheaded.

Marigolds are great bedding plants. Some gardeners also plant marigolds in vegetable gardens because they believe the flower can protect plants from insect pests, although research studies have not supported these claims.

Variegata Plectranthus Coleodies are perfect “spillers” for any hanging basket.

Portulaca loves it hot and dry. It can be planted in poor, even sandy, soil.

Zinnias are very easy to grow and are popular cut flowers.

Asparagus Ferns provide an interesting foliage and filler for hanging baskets and containers. These species are not true ferns, but are members of the lily family.

The Scaevola Bombay Dark Blue is commonly referred to as the Fan Plant.  It produces green foliage and adorns itself with deep blue fan shaped blooms.  The consistent semi-trailing growth habit and lovely blooms makes this a great choice for hanging baskets and containers!

There are at least 10,000 varieties of tomatoes, from small cherry ones to Ponderosa, which can weigh over three pounds.

Basil is a great source of vitamin A, magnesium, potassium and iron.

Cilantro is a member of the carrot family.

Bell peppers are a great source of vitamin C. They contain twice as much (by weight) as citrus fruits!

Although considered a vegetable when cooking, squash is actually a fruit.