Itβs not hard to see why dahlias are one of the most widely grown and well-loved cut flowers. Their brilliant blooms come in a dazzling rainbow of colors, they flower from mid-summer until the first fall frost, and they produce both blooms and tubers so abundantly that they always end up getting shared. Be warned though: Once youβve been bit by the dahlias bug, thereβs no going back. #floret #growfloret #dahlias
The Summer Crush Endless Summer Hydrangea is a hardy, disease-resistant and time-tested sensation. The Summer Crush Hydrangea blooms vibrant red raspberry and neon purple blooms. The versatility and demonstrated quality makes The Summer Crush Hydrangea a must in your garden landscape. We include planting instructions along with a tag to ensure planting your Summer Crush Hydrangea is everything you expected and more.
Oriental poppy foliage pops up early in the spring and looks thistle-like, growing two to four feet tall by the time large, 4β-8β blooms open in late spring. Foliage declines after blooming, but cutting the foliage close to the ground will restart the growing process and may even sprout new flower buds. Rich, well-drained soil suit these poppies best.