Exotic bicolors charm with awesome appeal and garden performance in even more varieties! These medium-vigor beauties have excellent branching, exceptional habit and superior mildew resistance. Dalaya holds up well at retail and performs in containers and in the landscape. They also attract butterflies!
A mounding and weeping variety with glossy, dark green leaves. New foliage is a rich, coppery red. Bright rosy-pink flowers appear in early spring before the foliage emerges. Grows to 5 feet tall with a spread of 5 to 12 feet.
Achillea filipendulina. Hardy perennial. This tall, commanding plant is covered with dusty-yellow heads on top of olive-green foliage. Produces 20 to 30 large flowers heads per plant in early summer. Excellent for drying and will retain its color for years. Great for hot, dry areas. Attracts pollinators.
Mixed varieties. Annual/perennial. This wildflower mixture loves full sun and will provide an eye-catching patch of color all summer. Blossoms begin in about 45 days and continue for many years, depending on your site. Creates beautiful wildflower bouquets. Attracts pollinators.
Mixed varieties. Annual/perennial. A nectar and pollen rich blend of annual and perennial flowers that will provide forage for honey bees all season long. It is ideal for honey beekeepers and farmers who need honey bees for the pollination of their crops. Plant along the perimeters of crops fields, in marginal cropland or along the edges of wild land areas.
Mixed varieties. Annual/perennial. Capture the beauty of a wild flower meadow right in your own yard! This is a mixture of low-growing (1-4′) flowers native and naturalized in North America. Blossoms begin in about 45 days and will continue for many years depending on your site. Attracts pollinators.
Mixed varieties. Annual/perennial. This is a mixture of colorful wildflower varieties that are well adapted to dry areas. Blossoms begin in about 45 days and continue for may years depending on your site. Beautiful flower bouquets! Attracts pollinators.
A dense evergreen shrub highly valued as a landscape ornamental. Large trusses of bright red flowers that appear on even young plants. Thrives in cooler regions. An eye-catching standout in any garden. Very effective in foundation plantings or as an accent.
Vigorous climbing vine that clings to surfaces by aerial rootlets. Slow-growing shrubby habit until established, then quite vigorous, producing long, fast-growing stems. Lush green foliage is blanketed with magnificent, white lacecap blooms in summer. Deciduous.
This early-flowering, compact clematis is ideal for containers or small gardens. Festive, deep-pink flowers can reach six to eight inches in diameter. Petals are uniquely striped with white bars. Blossoms abundantly in early summer, repeating in late summer to early autumn. Deciduous.
This dramatic, weeping evergreen makes a special addition to any landscape. Superb specimen for minimal-care gardens. Naturally grows slowly with with a sprawling horizontal habit, though often trained into an upright, serpentine form. Pendant branchlets display icy-blue needles, creating a graceful, waterfall-like effect.
Compact, semi-erect conifer with interesting, thread-like needles that weep and drape over the entire shrub. Bright, golden-yellow new foliage, even in full sun. Excellent mop-headed accent plant that makes nice background border or small hedge. Evergreen.
Handsome shrub with leathery, dark green foliage that backs a profusion of exquisite light pink, large, semi-double blooms. A prized plant for milder regions. Mid to late season bloomer. Evergreen.
Medium growing, rounded evergreen broadleaf shrub. Has a height of 3 to 4 feet and spreads 3 to 4 feet. These Azaleas are excellent to use as a colorful accent plant! Pick yours up at Cofer's Home & Garden.
This vigorous growing evergreen has small dark green leaves and can climb 8 to 10 feet if given support. It also works great as a groundcover because it inhibits weed growth and controls erosion.
Its relatively small size, glossy green foliage & airy pinkish-red flowers set this extraordinary selection apart from others. Especially attractive planted in mass where flowers can be backlit by the sun. Drought tolerant, though thrives with regular watering.
This plant is as tough as its name! It will practically grow in the dark. Excellent for those difficult to fill areas in deep shade. Spreads by underground stems. Evergreen.
Variegated glossy green foliage and deep red leaf stalks make this an attractive groundcover. The leaves are heart-shaped with speckled creamy white margins. This evergreen, self-clinging, vigorous climber is a popular groundcover for steep slopes and is often grown on walls to visually soften or add an aged look to the architecture. Its small aerial roots cling to everything as it naturalizes and spreads throughout the landscape.
Excellent, deer resistant groundcover for small shady areas. This improved selection has attractive evergreen stems with extra-glossy, bright green leaves. Spreads to form a dense carpet. Perfect for mass plantings under large trees in a shade to dappled sunlight setting. Evergreen.
Creates a lush groundcover of dense, dark green grass-like clumps. This dwarf is only half the size of the species. Excellent as an edging plant or tucked into rocks for a pleasing contrast.
This woody evergreen climbing vine produces very fragrant, tubular, creamy white flowers that age to yellow. New foliage emerges striking pink turning to clear white, then to variegated white and emerald green on older foliage. Makes a wonderful colorful groundcover or container plant.
A very fragrant Geranium with the scent of citronella. This sprawling bush reaches 24 to 36 inches tall and wide, and is covered with small pink flowers in spring. Touted as a mosquito repellant.