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.
Paper whites are a member of the daffodil family but are far more delicate than the larger yellow trumpet daffodils in the spring. These fragrant, sweet smelling flowers are a great gift for any occasion.