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Aegopodium podagraria
Aegopodium podagraria Image

Product in quart pot and #1

Scientific Name : Aegopodium podagraria

Common Name: Snow on the Mountain

Hardiness Degree-30°F (-34.4°C)

Blooming Season: Late Spring, Summer

Plant Habit: Spreading

Spacing: 18 – 24″ (46 – 61cm)

Height: 4 – 6″ (10 – 15cm)

Width: 14 – 18″ (36 – 46cm)

Exposure: Partial Sun

Grower Information: Striking variegated foliage and white flowers brighten shaded areas. Outstanding as a ground cover, for erosion control on slopes, or planted with deep green or burgundy foliages. In the mixed garden, plant in pots sunk in the ground to control spread.

Ajuga reptans 'Black Scallop'
Ajuga reptans

Product in 98 tray, 24 cells Rootstepper flat and 306 flat

Scientific Name: Ajuga reptans ‘Black Scallop’

Common Name: Bugleweed

Hardiness Degree: -30°F (-34.4°C)

Blooming Season: Spring, Late Spring

Plant Habit: Spreading, Upright

Spacing: 10 – 14″ (25 – 36cm)

Height: 4 – 6″ (10 – 15cm)

Width: 8 – 10″ (20 – 25cm)

Exposure: Partial Sun

Grower Information: Glossy, very dark burgundy foliage with scalloped edges. Deep blue flowers. Sunlight helps bring out the dark foliage. Vigorous, rapidly spreading species of tightly carpeted oval foliage. Leaves have a glossy surface and a puckered texture. Short, broad upright flower spikes appear in Spring. Reblooms mid-Summer.

Ajuga reptans 'Bronze Beauty'
Ajuga reptans

Product in 98 tray,24 cells Rootstepper flat and 306 flat

Scientific Name: Ajuga reptans ‘Bronze Beauty’

Common Name: Carpet Bugle, Bugleweed

Hardiness Degree: -40°F (-40.0°C)

Blooming Season: Late Spring

Plant Habit: Spreading

Spacing: 12 – 18″ (30 – 46cm)

Height: 6 – 8″ (15 – 20cm)

Width: 18 – 36″ (46 – 91cm)

Exposure: Partial Sun

Grower Information: The striking metallic-bronze foliage makes this low-growing plant a great focal point in any garden or container. Shows off its bright blue flowers in April or May.

Daylength: Ajuga is grown primarily for its colorful foliage and is not dependent on daylength.

Ajuga reptans 'Burgundy Glow'
Ajuga reptans

Product in 98 tray, 24 cells Rootstepper flat and 306 flat 

Scientific Name: Ajuga reptans ‘Burgundy Glow’

Common Name: Carpet Bugle, Bugleweed

Hardiness Degree: -40°F (-40.0°C)

Blooming Season: Late Spring

Plant Habit: Spreading

Spacing: 12 – 18″ (30 – 46cm)

Height: 4 – 6″ (10 – 15cm)

Width: 18 – 36″ (46 – 91cm)

Exposure: Partial Sun

Grower Information: There are many shades to this plant’s foliage, giving it a unique appearance. Leaves are featured in shades of white, pink, rose and green, then turn deep bronze in Autumn.

Daylength: Ajuga is grown primarily for its colorful foliage and is not dependent on daylength.

Ajuga reptans 'Catlins Giant'
Ajuga reptans

Product in 98 tray, 24 cells Rootstepper flat and 306 flat

Scientific Name: Ajuga reptans ‘Catlin Gaint’

Common Name: Carpet Bugle, Bugleweed

Hardiness Degree: -40°F (-40.0°C)

Blooming Season: Spring, Late Spring

Plant Habit: Spreading, Upright

Spacing: 18 – 24″ (46 – 61cm)

Height: 8 – 10″ (20 – 25cm)

Width: 8 – 12″ (20 – 30cm)

Exposure: Partial Sun

Grower Information: Beautiful, upright blue flower spikes rise above large bronze foliage. This vigorous, spreading plant forms lush, low-growing mats. Excellent for rock gardens, edging borders, or as a widely adaptable ground cover.

Ajuga x tenorii 'Chocolate Chip'
Ajuga x tenorii

Product in 98 tray, 24 cells Rootstepper flat, 306 flat and #1 pot

Scientific Name: Ajuga x tenorii ‘Chocolate Chip’

Common Name: Carpet Bugle, Bugleweed

Hardiness Degree: -30°F (-34.4°C)

Blooming Season: Late Spring, Spring

Plant Habit: Spreading

Spacing: 18 – 24″ (46 – 61cm)

Height: 3 – 6″ (8 – 15cm)

Width: 6 – 9″ (15 – 23cm)

Exposure: Partial Sun

Grower Information: Leaves are a mix of rich chocolate-purple and green (deeper color in more sun). Short spikes of light blue flowers stand upright. Smallest-foliaged Ajuga on the market.

Ajuga x tenorii 'Dixie Chip'
Ajuga x tenorii

Product in 98 tray and 24 cells Rootstepper flat

Scientific Name: Ajuga x tenorii ‘Dixie Chip’

Common Name: Bugleweed

Hardiness Degree: -30°F (-34.4°C)

Blooming Season: Early Spring, Spring

Plant Habit: Spreading, Upright

Spacing: 10 – 14″ (25 – 36cm)

Height: 4 – 6″ (10 – 15cm)

Width: 8 – 10″ (20 – 25cm)

Exposure: Partial Sun

Grower Information: Multi-color variety forming dense clumps of small, shiny foliage, variegated with shades of yellow, green pink and gray. Blue flowers in Spring

Ajuga reptans 'Mahogany'
Ajuga reptans

Product in 98 tray, 24 cells Rootstepper flat and 306 flat

Scientific Name: Ajuga reptans ‘Mahogany’

Common Name: Carpet Bugle, Bugleweed

Hardiness Degree: -40°F (-40.0°C)

Blooming Season: Spring, Late Spring

Plant Habit: Spreading, Upright

Spacing: 15 – 18″ (38 – 46cm)

Height: 6 – 8″ (15 – 20cm)

Width: 10 – 12″ (25 – 30cm)

Exposure: Partial Sun

Grower Information: Beautiful flower spikes complement glossy foliage and attract hummingbirds. Lovely at garden’s edge, in the rock garden or as a slow-spreading ground cover. Adapts well to difficult sites, including areas with poor soils and beneath downspouts

Ajuga reptans 'Pink Lightning'
Ajuga reptans

Product in 98 tray, 24 cells Rootstepper flat and 306 flat

Scientific Name: Ajuga reptans ‘Pink Lighting’

Common Name: Carpet Bugle, Bugleweed

Hardiness Degree: -30°F (-34.4°C)

Blooming Season: Late Spring, Spring

Plant Habit: Spreading, Upright

Spacing: 18 – 24″ (46 – 61cm)

Height: 4 – 6″ (8 – 15cm)

Width: 9 – 12″ (15 – 23cm)

Exposure: Partial Sun

Grower Information: This selection quickly forms a low carpet of medium-sized, ruffled leaves, in an attractive mint green shade with creamy-white edging. Short spikes of pink flowers are an added bonus in mid to late spring. Vigorous habit. Evergreen in most regions.

Asperula odoratum Galium 'Sweet Woodruff'
Asperula odoratum Galium

Product in 144 tray and 24 cell Rootstepper flat 

Scientific Name: Asperula odoratum

Common Name: Galium ‘Sweet Woodruff’

Hardiness Degree: zone 5: -20 F (-28 Degree Celsius)

Blooming Season: May to July

Plant Habit: spreading in clumps

Spacing: 6 inches (15 cm)

Height: 8 to 20 inches (20 t0 50 cm)

Width:9-12 inches (22-30 cm)

Exposure: shaded locations, prefer moist soil

Grower Information: perennial growing, white flower clusters, Asperula goes dormant in mid-summer.

Ceratostigma plumbaginoides
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Product in 98 tray, quart pot and #1 pot

Scientific Name: Ceratostigma plumbaginoides

Common Name: Leadwort

Hardiness Degree: -20°F (-28.9°C)

Blooming Season: Summer

Plant Habit: Upright

Spacing: 8 – 10″ (20 – 25cm)

Height: 8 – 12″ (20 – 30cm)

Width: 8 – 12″ (20 – 30cm)

Exposure: Sun

Grower Information: Small, blue flowers peek over shiny, green foliage that turns bronze-red in Autumn. Very vigorous and mounded, this plant spreads rapidly as a groundcover.

Daylength: Ceratostigma will bloom mid to late Summer through Autumn.

Delosperma cooperi 'Jewel of the desert Amethyst'
Delosperma cooperi

Product in 144 tray and 306 flat

Sientific Name: Delosperma cooperi

Common Name: Iceplant ‘Jewel of the desert Amethyst’

Hardiness Degree: -25 to 0 F (-30 to -17 Degree Celcius)

Blooming Season: summer to fall

Plant Habit: grows upright

Spacing: spreading

Height: 2 to 4 inch ( 5 – 10 cm)

Width: 2 ft (60 cm)

Exposure: full sun

Delosperma cooperi 'Jewel of the desert Garnet'
Delosperma cooperi

Product in 144 tray and 306 flat

Sientific Name: Delosperma cooperi

Common Name: Iceplant ‘Jewel of the desert Garnet’

Hardiness Degree: -25 to 0 F (-30 to -17 Degree Celcius)

Blooming Season: summer to fall

Plant Habit: grows upright

Spacing: spreading

Height: 2 to 4 inch ( 5 – 10 cm)

Width: 2 ft (60 cm)

Exposure: full sun

Delosperma cooperi 'Jewel of the desert Opal'
Delosperma cooperi

Product in 144 tray and 306 flat

Sientific Name: Delosperma cooperi

Common Name: Iceplant ‘Jewel of the desert Opal’

Hardiness Degree: -25 to 0 F (-30 to -17 Degree Celcius)

Blooming Season: summer to fall

Plant Habit: grows upright

Spacing: spreading

Height: 2 to 4 inch ( 5 – 10 cm)

Width: 2 ft (60 cm)

Exposure: full sun

Delosperma cooperi 'Jewel of the desert Peridot'
Delosperma cooperi

Product in 144 tray and 306 flat

Sientific Name: Delosperma cooperi

Common Name: Iceplant ‘Jewel of the desert Peridot’

Hardiness Degree: -25 to 0 F (-30 to -17 Degree Celcius)

Blooming Season: summer to fall

Plant Habit: grows upright

Spacing: spreading

Height: 2 to 4 inch ( 5 – 10 cm)

Width: 2 ft (60 cm)

Exposure: full sun

Delosperma cooperi 'Jewel of the desert Ruby'
Delosperma cooperi

Product in 144 tray and 306 flat

Sientific Name: Delosperma cooperi

Common Name: Iceplant ‘Jewel of the desert Ruby’

Hardiness Degree: -25 to 0 F (-30 to -17 Degree Celcius)

Blooming Season: summer to fall

Plant Habit: grows upright

Spacing: spreading

Height: 2 to 4 inch ( 5 – 10 cm)

Width: 2 ft (60 cm)

Exposure: full sun

Delosperma cooperi 'Jewel of the desert Topaz'
Delosperma cooperi

Product in 144 tray and 306 flat

Sientific Name: Delosperma cooperi

Common Name: Iceplant ‘Jewel of the desert Topaz’

Hardiness Degree: -25 to 0 F (-30 to -17 Degree Celcius)

Blooming Season: summer to fall

Plant Habit: grows upright

Spacing: spreading

Height: 2 to 4 inch ( 5 – 10 cm)

Width: 2 ft (60 cm)

Exposure: full sun

Hedera algeriensis 'Glorie de Marengo'
Hedera algeriensis

Product in 50 tray, 3.5 pot and 8 inch hanging basket

Scientific Name: Hedera algeriensis ‘Glorie de Marengo’

Common Name: Algerian Ivy

Hardiness Degree: 20 F (-6,7 ºC)

Plant Habit: Trailing

Spacing: 12-16″ (30-41 cm)

Height: 3-5″ (8-13 cm)

Width: 10-14″ (25-36 cm)

Exposure: Shade

Day length: evergreen foliage

Hedera algeriensis 'Green Ivy'
Hedera algeriensis

Product in 50 tray, 3.5 pot and 8 inch hanging basket

Scientific Name: Hedera algeriensis ‘Green’

Common Name: Algerian Green Ivy

Hardiness Degree: 20 F (-6,7 ºC)

Plant Habit: Trailing

Spacing: 12-16″ (30-41 cm)

Height: 3-5″ (8-13 cm)

Width: 10-14″ (25-36 cm)

Exposure: Shade

Day length: evergreen foliage

Hedera helix 'Baltic Ivy'
Hedera helix

Product in 50 tray, 24 cell Rootstepper flat, #1 pot and #2 pot

Scientific Name: Hedera Helix ‘Baltic’

Common Name: Baltic Ivy

Hardiness Degree: 20°F (-6.7°C)

Plant Habit: Trailing. Purple-green stems hold tri-lobed leaves that are dark green with light green veins that turn white in Winter. Extremely hardy and fast growing.

Spacing: 12 – 16″ (30 – 41cm)

Height: 3 – 5″ (8 – 13cm)

Width: 10 – 14″ (25 – 36cm)

Exposure: Shade

Daylength: Crop is grown for its evergreen foliage.

Hedera helix 'California'
Hedera helix

Product in 3.5 pot

Scientific Name: Hedera helix ‘California’

Common Name: California Ivy

Hardiness Degree: 20°F (-6.7°C)

Plant Habit: Trailing. Self-branching cultivar with medium-sized, triangular, lobed green leaves which are curly with raised, light-green veins.

Spacing: 12 – 16″ (30 – 41cm)

Height: 3 – 5″ (8 – 13cm)

Width: 10 – 14″ (25 – 36cm)

Exposure: Shade

Hedera helix 'English Ivy'
Hedera helix

Product in 50 tray, 24 cells Rootstepper flat, 8 inch hanging basket, quart pot, #1 pot, #2 pot, #3 pot

Scientific Name: Hedera helix ‘English’

Common Name: English Ivy

Hardiness Degree: 20 F (-6,7 ºC)

Plant Habit: Trailing

Spacing: 12-16″ (30-41 cm)

Height: 3-5″ (8-13 cm)

Width: 10-14″ (25-36 cm)

Exposure: Shade

Day length: evergreen foliage

Hedera helix 'Glacier'
Hedera helix

Product in 50 tray, 3.5 pot and quart pot

Scientific Name: Hedera Helix ‘Glacier’

Common Name:  Glacier Ivy

Hardiness Degree: 20°F (-6.7°C)

Plant Habit: Trailing. Vining, self-branching variety has small to mid-size leaves that are gray-white with green variegation in the traditional ivy shape.

Spacing: 12 – 16″ (30 – 41cm)

Height: 3 – 5″ (8 – 13cm)

Width: 10 – 14″ (25 – 36cm)

Exposure: Shade

Daylength: Crop is grown for its evergreen foliage.

Hedera helix 'Gold Child'
Hedera helix

Product in 50 tray, 3.5 pot and quart pot

Scientific Name: Hedera Helix ‘Gold Child’

Common Name: Gold Child Ivy

Hardiness Degree: 20°F (-6.7°C)

Plant Habit: Trailing. The variegation is a bright gold on the edges with a green to green gray center and has 3 to 5 lobes.

Spacing: 12 – 16″ (30 – 41cm)

Height: 3 – 5″ (8 – 13cm)

Width: 10 – 14″ (25 – 36cm)

Exposure: Shade

Daylength: Crop is grown for its evergreen foliage.

Hedera helix 'Shamrock'
Hedera helix

Product in 50 tray, 3.5 pot and quart pot

Scientific Name: Hedera Helix ‘Shamrock’

Common Name: Shamrock Ivy

Hardiness Degree: 20°F (-6.7°C)

Plant Habit: Trailing. The leaves are a dark green color with lighter veins that have three rounded lobes of near equal size with two lateral lobes overlapping the terminal lobe.

Spacing: 12 – 16″ (30 – 41cm)

Height: 3 – 5″ (8 – 13cm)

Width: 10 – 14″ (25 – 36cm)

Exposure: Shade

Daylength: Crop is grown for its evergreen foliage.

Hedera helix 'Thorndale Ivy'
Hedera helix

Product in 50 tray, 24 cell Rootstepper flat and #2 pot

Scientific Name: Hedera Helix ‘Thorndale’

Common Name: Thorndale Ivy

Hardiness Degree: 20°F (-6.7°C)

Plant Habit: Trailing. Very hardy plants have purple-green stems and large, five-lobed leaves of dark green with light-colored veins that turn white in Winter.

Spacing: 12 – 16″ (30 – 41cm)

Height: 3 – 5″ (8 – 13cm)

Width: 10 – 14″ (25 – 36cm)

Exposure: Shade

Daylength: Crop is grown for its evergreen foliage.

Lamium maculatum 'Purple Dragon'
Lamium maculatum

Product in 98 tray and 306 flat

Scientific name: Lamium maculatum ‘Purple Dragon’

Common Name: Spotted deadnettle

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Lamiaceae

Zone: 3 to 8

Height: 0.50 to 0.75 feet

Spread: 2.00 to 3.00 feet

Bloom Time: May to July

Sun: Part shade to full shade

Water: Medium

Maintenance: Low

Tolerate: Deer, Drought, Heavy Shade, Dry Soil

Grower Information: This spotted deadnettle cultivar is a mat-forming perennial ground cover which typically grows 6-8″ high and spreads to 2-3′ wide by sprawling stems that root as they go. Features oval, variegated silvery-white leaves with greenish margins. Clusters of small, hooded, white flowers (typical mint family shape) appear at stem ends in late spring to early summer.

Liriope muscari 'Big Blue'
Liriope muscari

Product in 804 flat, 306 flat and #1 pot

Scientific name: Liriope muscari ‘Big Blue’

Common Name: lily turf

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Asparagaceae

Native Range: China, Taiwan, Japan

Zone: 5 to 10

Height: 1.00 to 1.50 feet

Spread: 0.75 to 1.00 feet

Bloom Time: August to September

Sun: Full sun to part shade

Water: Medium

Maintenance: Low

Tolerate: Rabbit, Deer, Drought, Erosion, Air Pollution

Grower Information: Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Prefers moist, fertile soils in part shade. Tolerates wide range of light and soil conditions. Also tolerates heat, humidity and drought. Foliage is evergreen in the deep South, but can turn brown considerably in cold St. Louis winters. In early spring before new shoots appear, cut back or mow on a high mower setting to remove old foliage. Not reliably winter hardy throughout USDA Zone 5 where it may best be grown in sheltered locations.

Liriope muscari 'Variegated'
Liriope muscari

Product in 804 flat, 306 flat and #1 pot

Scientific name: Liriope muscari ‘Variegated’

Common Name: lily turf

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Asparagaceae

Native Range: China, Taiwan, Japan

Zone: 5 to 10

Height: 1.00 to 1.50 feet

Spread: 0.75 to 1.00 feet

Bloom Time: August to September

Sun: Full sun to part shade

Water: Medium

Maintenance: Low

Tolerate: Rabbit, Deer, Drought, Erosion, Air Pollution

Grower Information: Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Prefers moist, fertile soils in part shade. Tolerates wide range of light and soil conditions. Also tolerates heat, humidity and drought. Foliage is evergreen in the deep South, but can turn brown considerably in cold St. Louis winters. In early spring before new shoots appear, cut back or mow on a high mower setting to remove old foliage. Not reliably winter hardy throughout USDA Zone 5 where it may best be grown in sheltered locations.

Liriope spicata 'Green'
Liriope spicata

Product in 24 cells Rootstepper flat

Scientific name: Liriope spicata ‘Green’

Common Name: lily turf

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Asparagaceae

Native Range: China, Taiwan, Japan

Zone: 5 to 10

Height: 1.00 to 1.50 feet

Spread: 0.75 to 1.00 feet

Bloom Time: August to September

Sun: Full sun to part shade

Water: Medium

Maintenance: Low

Tolerate: Rabbit, Deer, Drought, Erosion, Air Pollution

Grower Information: Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Prefers moist, fertile soils in part shade. Tolerates wide range of light and soil conditions. Also tolerates heat, humidity and drought. Foliage is evergreen in the deep South, but can turn brown considerably in cold St. Louis winters. In early spring before new shoots appear, cut back or mow on a high mower setting to remove old foliage. Not reliably winter hardy throughout USDA Zone 5 where it may best be grown in sheltered locations.

Lysimachia nummularia 'Goldi'
Lysimachia nummularia

Product in 144 tray, 306 flat and 3.5 pot

Scientific name: Lysimachia nummularia ‘Goldi’

Common Name: creeping Jenny

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Primulaceae

Native Range: China

Zone: 7 to 9

Height: 0.25 to 0.50 feet

Spread: 0.50 to 1.00 feet

Bloom Time: May to July

Bloom Description: Yellow

Sun: Full sun to part shade

Water: Medium

Maintenance: Low

Suggested Use: Annual, Ground Cover, Naturalize

Flower: Showy

Grower Information: Winter hardy to USDA Zone 7 (Zone 6 with a protected location and winter mulch) where it is easily grown in moist, humus-rich, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Plants perform best in full sun in the northern parts of their growing range, but appreciate some part afternoon shade in hot summer areas. Plants will spread by creeping stems which root at the nodes to form an attractive ground cover, but are not considered to be invasive. Species plants may be propagated by division, cuttings or seed. Species plants will flower in the first year from seed and therefore may be grown as annuals.

Mazus reptans 'Albus'
Mazus reptans

Product in 144 tray and 306 flat

Scientific name: Mazus reptans ‘Albus’

Common name: creeping mazus

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Mazaceae

Native Range: Himalayas

Zone: 5 to 8

Height: 0.25 to 0.25 feet

Spread: 0.50 to 1.00 feet

Bloom Time: June to July

Sun: Full sun to part shade

Water: Medium to wet

Maintenance: Low

Tolerate: Wet Soil

General Information: Easily grown in average, medium to wet, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Prefers moist, rich soils. Tolerates foot traffic and an infrequent mowing. Six plants per square yard are sufficient to fill in area of that size.

Mazus reptans 'Purple'
Mazus reptans

Product in 144 tray and 306 flat

Scientific name: Mazus reptans ‘Purple’

Common name: creeping mazus

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Mazaceae

Native Range: Himalayas

Zone: 5 to 8

Height: 0.25 to 0.25 feet

Spread: 0.50 to 1.00 feet

Bloom Time: June to July

Sun: Full sun to part shade

Water: Medium to wet

Maintenance: Low

Tolerate: Wet Soil

General Information: Easily grown in average, medium to wet, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Prefers moist, rich soils. Tolerates foot traffic and an infrequent mowing. Six plants per square yard are sufficient to fill in area of that size.

Mentha requienii 'Corsican Mint'
Mentha requienii

Product in 144 tray and 306 flat

Scientific name: Mentha requienii

Common name: Corsican mint

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Lamiaceae

Native Range: Corsica, Italy, Sardinia

Zone: 6 to 9

Height: 0.00 to 0.25 feet

Spread: 0.50 to 1.00 feet

Bloom Time: June to August

Sun: Full sun to part shade

Water: Medium

Maintenance: Low

General Information:Best grown in rich, light, moist but well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Appreciates some afternoon shade in hot summer climates. Tolerates shady garden areas. Adapts to a wide range of soils except dry ones. Intolerant of drought. Tolerates limited foot traffic. Starter plants are typically planted 6-10″ apart. Propagation is usually done by division. Freely self-seeds in optimum growing conditions. Plants are winter hardy to USDA Zone 6, but may be grown as annuals north of Zone 6 with plants continuing to appear in the garden for several years by self-seeding.

Pachysandra terminalis 'Common'
Pachysandra terminalis

Product in 50 tray and 24 cell Rootstepper flat and quart pot

Scientific Name: Pachysandra terminalis ‘Common’

Common Name: Japanese Spurge

Hardiness Degree: -30°F (-34.4°C)

Blooming Season: Spring, Late Spring

Plant Habit: Spreading

Spacing: 6 – 12″ (15 – 30cm)

Height: 9 – 12″ (23 – 30cm)

Width: 12 – 20″ (30 – 51cm)

Exposure: Partial Sun

Grower Information: This groundcover perennial spreads rapidly and has dark evergreen leaves grouped at the top of the stems. Creamy white flowers bloom in late Spring.

Pachysandra terminalis 'Green Sheen'
Pachysandra terminalis

Product in 50 tray, 24 cells Rootstepper flat and quart pot

Scientific Name: Pachysandra terminalis ‘Green Sheen’

Common Name: Japanese Spurge

Hardiness Degree: -20°F (-28.9°C)

Blooming Season: Spring, Late Spring

Plant Habit: Spreading

Spacing: 15 – 18″ (38 – 46cm)

Height: 4 – 6″ (10 – 15cm)

Width: 4 – 6″ (10 – 15cm)

Exposure: Shade

Grower Information: This outstanding selection has extremely glossy foliage, a little smaller than the usual form. Plants are slower to fill, but more tolerant of hot climates.A superb ground cover for shady areas and beneath trees and shrubs. Evergreen foliage keeps out weeds, while spreading roots are excellent for erosion control. Avoid exposure to full sun to prevent leaf burn. Neat, uniform habit and good winter color.

Pachysandra terminalis 'Silver Egde'
Pachysandra terminalis

Product in 50 tray, 24 cells Rootstepper flat and quart pot

Scientific Name: Pachysandra terminalis ‘Silver Edge’

Common Name: Japanese Spurge

Hardiness Degree: -20°F (-28.9°C)

Blooming Season: Spring, Late Spring

Plant Habit: Spreading

Spacing: 15 – 18″ (38 – 46cm)

Height: 6 – 12″ (15 – 30cm)

Width: 4 – 6″ (10 – 15cm)

Exposure: Shade

Grower Information: This unique selection forms an attractive low patch of shiny green leaves edged in creamy white, bearing clusters of white flowers in spring A superb ground cover for shady areas and beneath trees and shrubs. Evergreen foliage keeps out weeds, while spreading roots are excellent for erosion control. Avoid exposure to full sun to prevent leaf burn. Neat, uniform habit and good winter color.

Pratia pendunculata 'Country Park'
Pratia pendunculata

Product in 144 tray and 306 flat

Scientific name: Pratia pendunculata ‘Country Park’

Common name: Trailing Pratia

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Campanulaceae

Native Range: New Zealand

Zone: 6 to 10

Height: 0.25 to 0.25 feet

Spread: 0.25 to 1.00 feet

Bloom Time: May to August

Sun: Full sun to part shade

Water: Medium

Maintenance: Low

Grower Information:Best grown in moist, peaty, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Likes consistent moisture. Tolerates boggy conditions. Tolerant of foot traffic. Can spread somewhat aggressively in optimum growing conditions by creeping stems which root as they go. Seed is available from some seed companies. Best grown in a protected location with a winter mulch in the St. Louis area where it may not be reliably winter hardy.

Sagina subulata 'Aurea'
Sagina subulata

Product in 144 tray and 306 flat

Scientific Name: Sagina subulata ‘Aurea’

Common Name: Scotch Moss

Hardiness Degree: -30°F (-34.4°C)

Blooming Season: Late Spring, Early Summer

Plant Habit: Spreading

Spacing: 6 – 12″ (15-30 cm)  

Height: 0 – 1″ (1 -2 cm)

Width: 6 – 12″ (15 – 30 cm)

Exposure: Full sun/ part shade

Grower InformationAn extremely popular ground cover plant, this forms a very low moss-like carpet of bright neon-yellow foliage. Tiny little white flowers begin to appear in late spring. Excellent for filling in between the cracks of flagstone paving, in the rock garden as a lawn substitute. Dislikes both drought and soggy wet soils. Easily divided in early spring or fall, by ripping up the clump into smaller pieces. In hot, humid summer regions this sometimes melts out and becomes unattractive in mid summer, usually reviving in the fall. Not a good choice for full shade.

Sagina subulata 'Green Moss'
Sagina subulata

Product in 144 tray and 306 flat

Scientific Name: Sagina subulata ‘Green Moss’

Common Name: Scotch Moss

Hardiness Degree: -30°F (-34.4°C)

Blooming Season: Late Spring, Early Summer

Plant Habit: Spreading

Spacing: 6 – 12″ (15-30 cm)  

Height: 0 – 1″ (1 -2 cm)

Width: 6 – 12″ (15 – 30 cm)

Exposure: Full sun/ part shade

Grower InformationAn extremely popular ground cover plant, this forms a very low moss-like carpet of bright neon-yellow foliage. Tiny little white flowers begin to appear in late spring. Excellent for filling in between the cracks of flagstone paving, in the rock garden as a lawn substitute. Dislikes both drought and soggy wet soils. Easily divided in early spring or fall, by ripping up the clump into smaller pieces. In hot, humid summer regions this sometimes melts out and becomes unattractive in mid summer, usually reviving in the fall. Not a good choice for full shade.

Sedum floriferum
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Scientific Name: Sedum floriferum

Common Name: stonecrop

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Crassulaceae

Zone: 5 to 8

Height: 0.25 to 0.50 feet

Spread: 1.00 to 2.00 feet

Bloom Time: June to August

Sun: Full sun

Water: Dry to medium

Maintenance: Low

Suggested Use: Ground Cover, Naturalize

Tolerate: Rabbit, Deer, Drought, Dry Soil, Shallow-Rocky Soil, Air Pollution

Grower Information:Easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerates some light shade. Also tolerates drought and heat. Thrives in sandy to gravelly soils of moderate to low fertility. Needs good soil drainage to perform well. Plants will naturalize over time. Site starter plants 8-12” apart for massing as a ground cover.

Sedum forsterianum elegans
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Scientific Name: Sedum forsterianum elegans

Common Name: stonecrop

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Crassulaceae

Zone: 5 to 8

Height: 0.25 to 0.50 feet

Spread: 1.00 to 2.00 feet

Bloom Time: June to August

Sun: Full sun

Water: Dry to medium

Maintenance: Low

Suggested Use: Ground Cover, Naturalize

Tolerate: Rabbit, Deer, Drought, Dry Soil, Shallow-Rocky Soil, Air Pollution

Grower Information:Easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerates some light shade. Also tolerates drought and heat. Thrives in sandy to gravelly soils of moderate to low fertility. Needs good soil drainage to perform well. Plants will naturalize over time. Site starter plants 8-12” apart for massing as a ground cover.

Sedum makinoi ‘Ogon’
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Scientific Name: Sedum makinoi ‘Ogon’

Common Name: stonecrop

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Crassulaceae

Zone: 5 to 8

Height: 0.25 to 0.50 feet

Spread: 1.00 to 2.00 feet

Bloom Time: June to August

Sun: Full sun

Water: Dry to medium

Maintenance: Low

Suggested Use: Ground Cover, Naturalize

Tolerate: Rabbit, Deer, Drought, Dry Soil, Shallow-Rocky Soil, Air Pollution

Grower Information:Easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerates some light shade. Also tolerates drought and heat. Thrives in sandy to gravelly soils of moderate to low fertility. Needs good soil drainage to perform well. Plants will naturalize over time. Site starter plants 8-12” apart for massing as a ground cover.

Sedum spurium tricolor
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Scientific Name: Sedum spurium tricolor

Common Name: stonecrop

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Crassulaceae

Zone: 5 to 8

Height: 0.25 to 0.50 feet

Spread: 1.00 to 2.00 feet

Bloom Time: June to August

Sun: Full sun

Water: Dry to medium

Maintenance: Low

Suggested Use: Ground Cover, Naturalize

Tolerate: Rabbit, Deer, Drought, Dry Soil, Shallow-Rocky Soil, Air Pollution

Grower Information:Easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerates some light shade. Also tolerates drought and heat. Thrives in sandy to gravelly soils of moderate to low fertility. Needs good soil drainage to perform well. Plants will naturalize over time. Site starter plants 8-12” apart for massing as a ground cover.

Sedum rupestre 'Angelina'
Sedum rupestre

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Scientific Name: Sedum rupestre ‘Angelina’

Common Name: stonecrop

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Crassulaceae

Zone: 5 to 8

Height: 0.25 to 0.50 feet

Spread: 1.00 to 2.00 feet

Bloom Time: June to August

Sun: Full sun

Water: Dry to medium

Maintenance: Low

Suggested Use: Ground Cover, Naturalize

Tolerate: Rabbit, Deer, Drought, Dry Soil, Shallow-Rocky Soil, Air Pollution

Grower Information:Easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerates some light shade. Also tolerates drought and heat. Thrives in sandy to gravelly soils of moderate to low fertility. Needs good soil drainage to perform well. Plants will naturalize over time. Site starter plants 8-12” apart for massing as a ground cover.

Sedum rupestre ‘Blue Spruce’
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Scientific Name: Sedum rupestre ‘Blue Spruce’

Common Name: stonecrop

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Crassulaceae

Zone: 5 to 8

Height: 0.25 to 0.50 feet

Spread: 1.00 to 2.00 feet

Bloom Time: June to August

Sun: Full sun

Water: Dry to medium

Maintenance: Low

Suggested Use: Ground Cover, Naturalize

Tolerate: Rabbit, Deer, Drought, Dry Soil, Shallow-Rocky Soil, Air Pollution

Grower Information:Easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerates some light shade. Also tolerates drought and heat. Thrives in sandy to gravelly soils of moderate to low fertility. Needs good soil drainage to perform well. Plants will naturalize over time. Site starter plants 8-12” apart for massing as a ground cover.

Thymus praecox coccineus 'Creeping Red'
Thymus praecox coccineus

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Scientific Name: Thymus Praecox ‘Creeping Red’

Common Name: Creeping Thyme

Hardiness Degree:-40°F (-40.0°C)

Blooming Season: Summer

Plant Habit: Trailing

Spacing: 6 –9″ (15 –23cm)

Height: 2 –4″ (5 –10cm)

Width: 8 –10″ (20 –25cm)

Exposure: Sun

Grower Information: Fragrant foliage, showy flowers. Ideal ground cover for trailing over rocks or between paving stones where footsteps will release its scent. Attractive at garden’s edge, in herb gardens, or along walkways. Flowers attract bees. Tolerates poor, dry soil.

Thymus praecox 'Pink Chintz'
Thymus praecox

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Scientific Name: Thymus Praecox ‘Pink Chintz’

Common Name: Creeping Thyme

Hardiness Degree:-40°F (-40.0°C)

Blooming Season: Summer

Plant Habit: Trailing

Spacing: 6 –9″ (15 –23cm)

Height: 2 –4″ (5 –10cm)

Width: 8 –10″ (20 –25cm)

Exposure: Sun

Grower Information: Fragrant foliage, showy flowers. Ideal ground cover for trailing over rocks or between paving stones where footsteps will release its scent. Attractive at garden’s edge, in herb gardens, or along walkways. Flowers attract bees. Tolerates poor, dry soil.

Veronica peduncularis ‘Georgia Blue’
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Scientific Name: Veronica peduncularis ‘Georgia Blue’

Common Name: speedwell

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Zone: 6 to 9

Height: 0.50 to 0.75 feet

Spread: 0.50 to 1.00 feet

Bloom Time: April to May

Bloom Description: Blue

Sun: Full sun

Water: Medium

Maintenance: Low

Tolerate: Rabbit, Deer

Grower Information:Grow in average, medium moisture, well-drained soil in full sun. Remove faded flower spires to prolong bloom.A semi-prostrate, spreading plant growing to 8″ tall and featuring spires of tiny, round, blue flowers which bloom in late April-May. May rebloom intermittently throughout the summer. Foliage is reddish-green in spring turning to deep green in summer and finally turning bronze in fall.

Vinca minor 'Alba'
Vinca minor

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Scientific Name: Vinca minor ‘Alba’

Common Name: lesser periwinkle

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Apocynaceae

Native Range: Europe to southern Russia

Zone: 4 to 8

Height: 0.25 to 0.50 feet

Spread: 0.50 to 1.50 feet

Bloom Time: May to June

Bloom Description: white

Sun: Full sun to part shade

Water: Dry to medium

Maintenance: Medium

Grower Information:Easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Tolerates full shade. Prefers moist, humusy soils in part shade. Plant 12-18″ apart to cover large areas.

Vinca minor atropurpurea
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Scientific Name: Vinca minor atrupurpurea

Common Name: lesser periwinkle

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Apocynaceae

Native Range: Europe to southern Russia

Zone: 4 to 8

Height: 0.25 to 0.50 feet

Spread: 0.50 to 1.50 feet

Bloom Time: May to June

Bloom Description: dark purple

Sun: Full sun to part shade

Water: Dry to medium

Maintenance: Medium

Grower Information:Easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Tolerates full shade. Prefers moist, humusy soils in part shade. Plant 12-18″ apart to cover large areas.

Vinca minor 'Bowles'
Vinca minor

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Scientific Name: Vinca minor ‘Bowles’

Common Name: lesser periwinkle

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Apocynaceae

Native Range: Europe to southern Russia

Zone: 4 to 8

Height: 0.25 to 0.50 feet

Spread: 0.50 to 1.50 feet

Bloom Time: May to June

Bloom Description: Lavender blue

Sun: Full sun to part shade

Water: Dry to medium

Maintenance: Medium

Grower Information: Easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Tolerates full shade. Prefers moist, humusy soils in part shade. Plant 12-18″ apart to cover large areas.

Vinca minor 'Ralph Shugert'
Vinca minor

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Scientific Name: Vinca minor ‘Ralph Shugert’

Common Name: lesser periwinkle

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Apocynaceae

Native Range: Europe to southern Russia

Zone: 4 to 8

Height: 0.25 to 0.50 feet

Spread: 0.50 to 1.50 feet

Bloom Time: May to June

Bloom Description: Lavender blue

Foliage: Green leaves edged in white

Sun: Full sun to part shade

Water: Dry to medium

Maintenance: Medium

Grower Information: Easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Tolerates full shade. Prefers moist, humusy soils in part shade. Plant 12-18″ apart to cover large areas.

Herbs and Vegetables
Chamomile
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Scientific Name: Matricaria chamomilla

Common Name: German chamomile

Oregano
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Scientific Name: Origanum vulgare

Common Name: Oregano

Parsley
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Product is in 3.5 Pot and 804 Flat

Scientific Name: Petroselinum crispum

Common Name: Curled Parsley

Peppers
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Scientific Name: Capsicum

Common Name: Pepper

Varieties: Green Bell, Habenero Red, Jalapeno, Lg Red Cherry Hot, Sweet Banana

Rosemary
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Scientific Name: Rosmarinus officinalis

Common Name: Rosemary

Thyme
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Scientific Name: Thymus citriodorus

Common Name: Lemon Thyme

 

Scientific Name: Thymus vulgaris

Common Name: French Thyme

Tomato
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Scientific Name: Solanum lycopersicum

Common Name: Tomato

Varieties: Beefmaster, Beefsteak, Better Boy, Brandywine, Early Girl, Roma, Sweet 100, Yellow Pear

Sage
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Scientific Name: Salvia officinalis ‘Berggarten’

Common Name: Sage

Mentha
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Scientific Name: Mentha spicata ‘Spearmint’

Common Name: Spearmint

 

Scientific Name: Mentha piperita ‘Peppermint’

Common Name: Peppermint

Lettuce
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Scientific Name: Lactuca sativa

Common Name: Lettuce

Varieties: Green Romaine, Red Sails, Mesculin Mix, Buttercrunch

Herbs
Eggplant
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Scientific Name: Solanum melongena

Common Name: Eggplant

Varieties: Snowy, Black Beauty

Lavender
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Scientific Name: Lavandula officinalis

Common Name: English lavender

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Lamiaceae

Zone: 5 to 8

Height: 1.00 to 1.50 feet

Spread: 1.00 to 1.50 feet

Bloom Time: June to August

Sun: Full sun

Water: Dry to medium

Maintenance: Medium

Flower: Showy, Fragrant, Good Cut, Good Dried

Leaf: Colorful, Fragrant

Attracts: Butterflies

Tolerate: Rabbit, Deer, Drought, Dry Soil, Shallow-Rocky Soil, Air Pollution

Grower Information Grow in average, dry to medium, well-drained, alkaline soil in full sun.  Well-drained soils are required, particularly in winter. Root rot commonly attacks plants grown in poorly drained soils. Prefers a light, sandy soil with somewhat low fertility. Remove faded flowers to promote continued bloom. Prune to shape in spring after new leaves appear. Prune back to 8” in spring every 3 years to control plant size and to promote robust, new growth.

Arugula
Basil
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Scientific Name: Ocimum basilicum

Common Name: Basil

Broccoli
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Scientific Name: Brassica oleracea var. italic

Common Name: Broccoli

Varieties: Packman, Raab

Celery
Cilantro
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Scientific Name: Coriandrum sativum

Common Name: Cilantro

Collards
Dill
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Scientific Name: Anethum graveolens

Common Name: Dill

Tarragon
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Scientific Name: Artemisia dracunculus ‘French Tarragon’

Common Name: French Tarragon

Liners & Prefinished
Geranium exotic PF
Geranium Inter PF
Geranium Ivy PF
Geranium Scented PF
Geranium Zonal PF
Annuals
Geranium Patriotic
Begonia Super Olympia Green Leaf Series
Zinnia Double
Vinca Rosea
Verbena
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Common Name: garden verbena
Type: Herbaceous perennial
Family: Verbenaceae
Zone: 9 to 10
Height: 0.75 to 1.50 feet
Spread: 1.00 to 2.00 feet
Bloom Time: May to October
Sun: Full sun
Water: Medium
Maintenance: Low
Suggested Use: Annual
Flower: Showy
Attracts: Butterflies
Tolerate: Drought
Grower Information: Winter hardy to USDA Zones 9-10. Grown as an annual in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerates light shade, but best flowering usually occurs in full sun. Plants have good heat and drought tolerance. Avoid overhead watering to the extent possible. Plants may also be purchased in six packs from local nurseries. Place plants outdoors in spring after last frost date. Young plants may be pinched to promote bushier growth. Deadhead spent flowers to encourage additional bloom. Plants may decline in summer periods of prolonged hot and dry conditions. Cuttings may be taken in late summer and overwintered indoors. Containers may be overwintered indoors.
Torenia
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Common Name: wishbone flower

Type: Annual

Family: Linderniaceae

Native Range: Asia

Zone: 2 to 11

Height: 0.50 to 1.00 feet

Spread: 0.50 to 0.75 feet

Bloom Time: June to frost

Sun: Part shade to full shade

Water: Medium

Maintenance: Medium

Suggested Use: Annual

Flower: Showy

Grower Information: Annual best grown in consistently moist, organically rich, well-drained soils in part shade to full shade. Although sometimes classified as a warm weather annual, this species of Torenia is not terribly fond of hot and humid summer weather. It needs protection from the hot afternoon sun and benefits from a summer mulch to help retain moisture and keep soils cool. As long as properly sited and watered, it will generally bloom from early/mid summer to frost.  Plants are often available from nurseries in cell/six packs. Set out seedlings or purchased plants 1-2 weeks after last frost date. Young plants may be pinched to promote growth.

SunPatiens
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Common Name: New Guinea impatiens

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Balsaminaceae

Zone: 10 to 12

Height: 1.50 to 4.00 feet

Bloom Time: Flowers freely

Sun: Full sun to part shade

Water: Medium

Maintenance: Low

Suggested Use: Annual

Flower: Showy

Leaf: Colorful

Tolerate: Rabbit

Grower Information: Unlike traditional New Guinea impatiens which need protection from full sun, SUNPATIENS SERIES impatiens were developed to thrive, as the series name suggests, in full sun. They also thrive in hot and humid summer climates. Full shade should be avoided. Plants typically grow to 6-18″ tall. Flowering is non-stop from May to October.

Strobilanthus Dyerianus
Scaveola
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Common Name: fan flower

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Goodeniaceae

Native Range: Australia

Zone: 10 to 11

Height: 0.75 to 1.50 feet

Spread: 1.00 to 2.00 feet

Bloom Time: Flowers freely

Bloom Description: Dark blue

Sun: Full sun to part shade

Water: Medium

Maintenance: Low

Suggested Use: Annual

Flower: Showy

Leaf: Evergreen

Grower Information:Winter hardy to USDA Zones 10-11. In St. Louis, it is usually grown as an annual in hanging baskets, containers or as a bedding plant. It is easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Prefers light filtered or dappled sun. Water regularly throughout growing season. Thrives in hot and dry summer climates. Container plants may be overwintered indoors or cuttings may be taken in late summer for overwintering indoors. Bedding plants may be potted up in fall and overwintered. However, these plants are often simply replaced annually in spring rather than trying to overwinter them. May be grown from seed started indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost date.

Salvia
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Common Name: scarlet sage

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Lamiaceae

Native Range: Brazil

Zone: 10 to 11

Height: 1.00 to 2.00 feet

Spread: 0.75 to 1.50 feet

Bloom Time: June to frost

Bloom Description: Red

Sun: Full sun to part shade

Water: Medium

Maintenance: Low

Suggested Use: Annual

Flower: Showy

Attracts: Birds, Hummingbirds, Butterflies

Tolerate: Deer

Grower Information: Tender perennial that is winter hardy to USDA Zones 10-11. In St. Louis, grow as a warm weather annual in average, evenly moist, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Set out seedlings or purchased plants after last frost date. If desired, cut back and pot up several plants in fall or take cuttings in late summer for overwintering in a bright but cool sunny window.

Portulaca
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Common Name: moss rose

Type: Annual

Family: Portulacaceae

Native Range: Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay

Zone: 2 to 11

Height: 0.25 to 0.75 feet

Spread: 0.50 to 1.00 feet

Bloom Time: June to frost

Sun: Full sun

Water: Dry to medium

Maintenance: Low

Suggested Use: Annual, Ground Cover, Naturalize

Flower: Showy

Tolerate: Drought, Dry Soil

Grower Information:   Annual. Easily grown in poor to average, dry to moderately moist, well-drained soils in full sun. Drought tolerant. Sow seed directly in the garden after last frost date, or start indoors 6-8 weeks earlier. Set out seedlings and purchased plants at last frost date. Plants may self-seed. The common name of moss rose is quite descriptive of this plant’s key ornamental features: ruffled, rose-like flowers (to 1” diameter) appearing on prostrate to slightly ascending stems that form a moss-like foliage mat. This annual is a succulent that typically grows to 6-8” tall and spreads to 12” wide or more. Flowers bloom summer to frost.

Ageratum
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Common Name: floss flower

Type: Annual

Family: Asteraceae

Native Range: Mexico

Zone: 2 to 11

Height: 0.50 to 2.50 feet

Spread: 0.50 to 1.50 feet

Bloom Time: June to frost

Sun: Full sun to part shade

Water: Medium

Maintenance: Medium

Attracts: Butterflies

Tolerate: Rabbit, Deer

Grower Information: Easily grown in average, moist, well-drained soils in full sun. Prefers rich soils with good drainage and consistent moisture throughout the growing season. Plants tend to wilt quickly if soils are allowed to dry out.. In climates where powdery mildew is a problem, avoid overhead watering and site in areas with good air circulation. Space taller varieties 12” apart and shorter varieties 6” apart. Spent flowers will fall to the ground as they fade to be replaced by new bloom throughout the growing season. Prompt deadheading of the faded flowers is not necessary, but keeps a planting tidy and tends to promote a better uninterrupted bloom. Plants may not bloom to frost in some hot summer climates, but usually do so in cooler ones. First autumn frost will kill most if not all plants, at which point they may be removed from the garden.

Coleus Kong Series
Salvia Victoria
Marigold Taishan Series
Marigold Durango
Marigold Bonanza Series
Impatiens Divine Series
Celosia New Look
Geranium Summer Idols
Geranium Master Idols
Geranium Maestro
Coleus Wizard Mix
Petunia - Spreading
Petunia
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Common Name: petunia

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Solanaceae

Zone: 10 to 11

Height: 1.50 to 2.00 feet

Spread: 1.50 to 2.00 feet

Bloom Time: June to October

Sun: Full sun

Water: Medium

Maintenance: Low

Suggested Use: Annual

Flower: Showy, Fragrant

Grower Information: This petunia is a vigorous bloomer that performs well in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerates some light shade. Best with consistent moisture (particularly with container plants). Plants are heavy feeders and perform best with regular fertilization. It is a patented plant that does not produce viable seed. Plants may be purchased from local nurseries. Purchased plants often benefit from pinching at the time of planting. Pinching typically stimulates growth of lateral branches. Cut back plants that become leggy.

Melampodium
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Common Name: melampodium

Type: Annual

Family: Asteraceae

Zone: 2 to 11

Height: 1.00 to 2.00 feet

Spread: 0.75 to 1.00 feet

Bloom Time: May to frost

Bloom Description: Yellow

Sun: Full sun

Water: Medium

Maintenance: Low

Suggested Use: Annual, Naturalize

Flower: Showy

Grower Information: Annual. Easily grown in average, evenly moist, well-drained soils in full sun. Needs consistent moisture, but prefers soils slightly on the dry side.  Set seedlings or purchased plants out after last frost date. Although plants are quite tolerant of hot and humid summer weather, taller stems tend to flop in the heat of summer. Deadheading is not required. May self-seed in optimum growing conditions.

Dracaena
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Scientific Name : Cordyline indivisa

Common Name : Spike

Hardiness Degree : 32°F (0.0°C)

Plant Habit : Upright

Spacing : 6 – 24″ (15 – 61cm)

Height : 24 – 36″ (61 – 91cm)

Width : 8 – 18″ (20 – 46cm)

Exposure : Partial Sun

Grower Information: Commonly used to accent containers to add height and texture.

Cosmos
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Common Name: cosmos

Type: Annual

Family: Asteraceae

Native Range: Mexico, southern United States

Zone: 2 to 11

Height: 1.00 to 4.00 feet

Spread: 2.00 to 3.00 feet

Bloom Time: June to frost

Sun: Full sun

Water: Medium

Maintenance: Low

Suggested Use: Annual, Naturalize

Attracts: Butterflies

Grower Information: Warm weather annual that is easily grown in average, well-drained soils in full sun. Appreciates even moisture, but tolerates some dry soils. Avoid rich, fertile soils.  Shelter plantings from strong winds. Space taller plants close together for support. Deadhead spent flowers to prolong bloom, but leave enough flowerheads for self seeding.

Coleus
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Common Name: coleus

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Lamiaceae

Native Range: Malaysia, southeastern Asia

Zone: 10 to 11

Height: 0.50 to 3.00 feet

Spread: 0.50 to 3.00 feet

Bloom Time: Flowers not showy

Sun: Part shade to full shade

Water: Medium

Suggested Use: Annual

Leaf: Colorful, Evergreen

Tolerate: Heavy Shade

Grower Information: Winter hardy to USDA Zones 10-11.  Grow in moist, organically rich, loose soils in part shade. Tolerates full shade. Some recently developed cultivars tolerate full sun. Soils must not be allowed to dry out. Remove flower spikes as they appear. Pinch plant stem tips to keep plants compact . Containers may be brought inside in fall before frost for overwintering. Similarly, favorite plants may be dug and potted in fall for overwintering as houseplants.

Cleome
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Common Name: spider flower

Type: Annual

Family: Cleomaceae

Native Range: South America

Zone: 2 to 11

Height: 3.00 to 6.00 feet

Spread: 1.00 to 2.00 feet

Bloom Time: June to frost

Sun: Full sun to part shade

Water: Dry to medium

Maintenance: Low

Suggested Use: Annual, Naturalize

Flower: Showy, Fragrant

Attracts: Birds, Hummingbirds, Butterflies

Other: Thorns

Tolerate: Rabbit, Deer, Drought, Dry Soil

Grower Information:Easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerates light shade. Best with consistent watering during the growing season, but once established, plants will tolerate some drought.  Spider flower is a fast-growing annual that typically rises to 3-6’ tall on rigid stems. Dense elongated terminal racemes of pink, purple or white spider-like flowers with protruding stamens bloom from summer to frost.  Flowers are followed by thin seed pods that ripen to brown before splitting open and dispersing the seed within. Aromatic, sticky, palmate green leaves with 5-7 lance-shaped leaflets have sharp spines at the base of each leaf stalk.

Celosia
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Common Name: feather celosia

Type: Annual

Family: Amaranthaceae

Zone: 2 to 11

Height: 1.00 to 1.50 feet

Spread: 0.75 to 1.00 feet

Bloom Time: June to frost

Sun: Full sun

Water: Medium

Maintenance: Low

Suggested Use: Annual

Flower: Showy

Tolerate: Drought, Dry Soil

Grower Information: Celosia is easily grown as a warm weather annual in humusy, moderately fertile, consistently moist, well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerates light shade and dry soils. Thrives in hot and humid summers. Set out starter plants or seedlings after last frost date. Deadhead spent flowers to prolong bloom.

Calibrachoa
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Common Name: million bells

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Solanaceae

Zone: 9 to 11

Height: 0.25 to 0.75 feet

Spread: 0.50 to 2.00 feet

Bloom Time: June to frost

Sun: Full sun

Water: Medium

Maintenance: Low

Suggested Use: Annual

Grower Information:Tender perennial that is winter hardy to USDA Zones 9-11. It is easily grown in moist, organically rich, well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerates very light shade, but flowering decreases as the amount of part shade increases. Also tolerates drought. Purchase plants in spring and set out after the last frost. Plants produce little if any seed and must be vegetatively propagated. Most hybrid cultivars are patented thus prohibiting vegetative propagation. Deadheading is not required. Unlike its petunia relatives, calibrachoa does not typically decline during the heat of  summer.

Begonia (Tuberous)
Begonia Cocktail Bronze Leaf Series
Bacopa
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Garden Height: 4 – 8 Inches

Trails Up To: 36 Inches

Spacing: 8 – 10 Inches

Spread: 20 – 36 Inches

Light Requirement: Part Sun to Sun

Maintenance Category: Easy

Bloom Time: Planting To Frost

Water Category:Average

Grower Information: Because Bacopa is a trailing plant that requires constant moisture, pests like slugs and snails are attracted to the environment created under their foliage. Prevention of these types of pests includes clearing the area of holes where such pests can live. Preparing the ground for your plants is always an important key to maintaining healthy plants. Aphids and thrips may also pose a threat to your Bacopa, but are usually taken care of by predator insects. These tiny pests usually hide on the underside of leaves and are difficult to see because of their small size.The earliest prevention against disease and pest threat is careful examination during the purchasing process. It is important to know the difference between harmful pests and beneficial insects. Some insects may lay their eggs on your plant’s leaves in order to feed on pests, which is actually beneficial to your flower. Removal of the wrong eggs could potentially promote pest survival and growth.

Argyranthemum
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Common Name: Marguerite Daisy

Garden Height:18 – 36 Inches

Spacing: 12 – 14 Inches

Spread: 12 – 20 Inches

Light Requirement: Part Sun to Sun

Maintenance Category: Moderate

Bloom Time: Planting To Hard Frost

Water Category: Average

Grower Notes:While newer Argyranthemum are much more heat tolerant than older varieties, they will still do best with cool night temperatures. Our varieties have been selected to flower continuously without deadheading. If you do live in a hot climate the plants may flush out of bloom if the night temperatures are regularly staying in the high 70’s or above. The plants should continue to do fine, give them a trim using a sharp pair of scissors or pruning shears (think of it as giving your plant a haircut). This will help induce more branching and fresh growth and the plants will be at their best when night temperatures drop and the plants begin to bloom again.

Gazania
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Common Name: treasure flower

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Asteraceae

Zone: 9 to 11

Height: 0.50 to 1.00 feet

Spread: 0.50 to 0.75 feet

Bloom Time: Seasonal bloomer

Sun: Full sun

Water: Medium

Suggested Use: Annual

Flower: Showy

Leaf: Evergreen

Tolerate: Drought

Grower Information: Grow in sandy to average, well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerates some soil dryness, but prefers consistent moisture. Do not overwater, however. Deadhead spent flowers to encourage additional bloom. Winter hardy to USDA Zones 9-11. Grow as annuals either in the ground or in containers. Prefers cool summer climates, and flowering may slow down considerably in hot and humid  summers. Collecting seed from garden plants is not usually done because hybrids are either sterile or, if a seed strain, does not come true from seed. Take basal offsets from favorite plants in late summer to early fall for rooting and subsequent overwintering indoors in pots. Container plants may also be brought inside for winter.

Geranium Exotic
Marigold
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Common Name: French marigold

Type: Annual

Family: Asteraceae

Native Range: Mexico, Guatemala

Zone: 2 to 11

Height: 0.50 to 1.00 feet

Spread: 0.50 to 0.75 feet

Bloom Time: June to frost

Bloom Description: Yellow, orange, red and bicolor

Sun: Full sun

Water: Medium

Maintenance: Low

Suggested Use: Annual

Flower: Showy, Fragrant

Leaf: Fragrant

Attracts: Hummingbirds, Butterflies

Tolerate: Deer, Clay Soil

Grower Information: Annual. Easily grown in average, evenly moist, well-drained soils in full sun. Appreciates some light afternoon shade in hot summer climate. Set plants out after last frost date. Pinch young plants to promote bushy growth. Promptly deadhead spent flowers. Flowering may decrease considerably in the heat of the summer, but will resume as cooler weather arrives.

Lobelia
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Common Name: lobelia

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Campanulaceae

Native Range: Southern Africa

Zone: 10 to 11

Height: 0.50 to 0.75 feet

Spread: 0.50 to 1.00 feet

Bloom Time: April to June

Bloom Description: Blue to violet with yellow to white throat

Sun: Full sun to part shade

Water: Medium

Maintenance: Medium

Suggested Use: Annual

Flower: Showy

Tolerate: Deer

Grower Information:  Tender perennial that is winter hardy to USDA Zones 10-11.It is best grown in organically rich, evenly moist, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. In St. Louis, plants are best sited in part shade. Appreciates regular fertilization (every 2 weeks) throughout the growing season. Best bloom is in late spring to early summer. Like pansies and linaria, these plants perform beautifully in cool spring weather, but begin to rebel at the onset of hot and humid summer weather. In the event foliage and flowering significantly declines in summer, consider cutting back plants to encourage a fall bloom or simply removing them from the garden.

Lantana Camara
Ipomea
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Common Name: sweet potato vine

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Convolvulaceae

Native Range: Indonesia

Zone: 9 to 11

Height: 0.50 to 1.00 feet

Spread: 8.00 to 10.00 feet

Sun: Full sun

Water: Medium

Maintenance: Low

Suggested Use: Annual, Ground Cover

Flower: Showy

Leaf: Colorful

Tolerate: Deer, Drought, Dry Soil

Grower Information: Tender perennial that is winter hardy to USDA Zones 9-11. Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soils in full sun. Best leaf color usually occurs in full sun. Consistently moist soils are best. This is a tuberous plant that is not grown from seed. Purchase plants in spring and set out after last frost date. In fall before first frost, dig, dry and store tubers in a dry medium (vermiculite or peat) in a cool dry corner of the basement. When tubers sprout in spring, cut them into sections (at least one eye per section) and plant the sections outdoors after last frost date. Tubers can also be sunk ½ way into a large-mouthed glass jar of water in early spring to generate sprouts that can be removed and planted. Container plants and or rooted cuttings taken in late summer may be overwintered indoors in bright sunny locations. Best to rotate plantings to different locations of the garden from year to year to minimize possible fungal disease problems.

 

Impatiens, New Guinea
Hypoestes
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Common Name: polka dot plant

Type: Broadleaf evergreen

Family: Acanthaceae

Native Range: Madagascar

Zone: 10 to 11

Height: 1.00 to 2.00 feet

Spread: 0.75 to 1.00 feet

Bloom Time: Seasonal bloomer

Sun: Part shade

Water: Medium

Suggested Use: Annual

Flower: Showy

Leaf: Colorful

Grower Information: Winter hardy to USDA Zones 10-11. Bedding plants are best grown in organically rich, medium moisture, well-drained soils in part shade. Pinch tips to promote bushiness. Some gardeners remove flower spikes because they are somewhat inconspicuous and tend to detract from the attractive foliage. Overwinter containers and grow houseplants in bright indoor light, but not direct sun. Although bedding plants can be dug and potted up in fall for overwintering, it may be easier to simply purchase new plants each spring.

Helichrysum
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Common Name: licorice plant

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Asteraceae

Native Range: Southern Africa

Zone: 9 to 11

Height: 0.50 to 0.75 feet

Spread: 0.50 to 3.00 feet

Sun: Full sun to part shade

Water: Dry to medium

Maintenance: Low

Suggested Use: Annual

Leaf: Colorful

Tolerate: Drought

Grower Information: Tender evergreen perennial that is winter hardy to USDA Zones 9-10. It is easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Tolerates poor soils. Superior soil drainage is the key to growing this plant well. Start seed indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost date. Set seedlings or purchased plants out after last frost date. Plants may self-seed in optimum growing conditions, but many of the cultivars will not come true from seed. Containers may be brought indoors before first frost for overwintering or cuttings may be taken in late summer for overwintering.

Geranium Zonal
Geranium Scented
Geranium Interspecific
Alyssum
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Common Name: sweet alyssum

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Brassicaceae

Native Range: Southern Europe

Zone: 5 to 9

Height: 0.25 to 0.75 feet

Spread: 0.50 to 1.00 feet

Bloom Time: April to June

Sun: Full sun to part shade

Water: Dry to medium

Maintenance: Medium

Suggested Use: Annual

Flower: Showy, Fragrant

Tolerate: Drought, Dry Soil

Grower Information: Annual. Easily grown from seed in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Set seedlings or purchased plants out just before last frost date. Shear plantings after first bloom to encourage a second flush of bloom. Blooms spring to frost in cool summer climates. Flowering and plants usually decline significantly in the dog days of summer at which point they should be cut back by one half. Plants usually revive as cooler fall temperatures arrive.

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Dianthus
1202 Pansy
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Scientific name: Viola x wittrockiana

Common name: Pansy

Hardiness degree: -10 F

Blooming season: Early spring, spring, autumn

Plant habit: mounded

Spacing: 8-12″

Height: 8″

Width: 8-10″

Exposure: Partial sun

1202 Viola
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Scientific name: Viola cornuta

Common name: Viola

Hardiness degree: -10 F

Blooming season: Early spring, spring, autumn

Plant habit: mounded

Spacing: 6″

Height: 6-8″

Width: 6-8″

Exposure: Partial sun

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Muscari armeniacum
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Scientific name: Muscari armeniacum

Common name: Muscari

Blooming season: April – May

Grower information: Beautiful in rock gardens, beds and containers. Muscari are perennial and deer and rodents do not eat them.

Height: 8″

Erysimum
Narcissus
Primula
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Common Name: polyanthus

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Primulaceae

Zone: 3 to 8

Height: 0.50 to 1.00 feet

Spread: 0.50 to 7.50 feet

Bloom Time: Seasonal bloomer

Bloom Description: Most colors except green

Sun: Part shade to full shade

Water: Medium

Maintenance: Medium

Suggested Use: Annual, Ground Cover

Flower: Showy

Tolerate: Rabbit

Grower Information: Primroses provide you with early spring blooms in almost every color of the rainbow. They prefer cool temperatures, a rich humus soil (lots of compost and leaf mold) and partial shade. They appreciate full sun in the spring, but must have semi-shade as the temperatures warm. They are quite tolerant of being transplanted, even when they are in bloom. They should be planted in a cool, partly shady area in the garden with rich, well-draining, slightly acid soil (pH 6.5). Primroses need to be planted so that their crown is right at soil level and at least six inches apart.

8HB Viola
8HB Pansy
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Scientific name: Viola x wittrockiana

Common name: Pansy

Hardiness degree: -10 F

Blooming season: Early spring, spring, autumn

Plant habit: mounded

Spacing: 8-12″

Height: 8″

Width: 8-10″

Exposure: Partial sun

8 Viola
8 Viola Image

Scientific name: Viola cornuta

Common name: Viola

Hardiness degree: -10 F

Blooming season: Early spring, spring, autumn

Plant habit: mounded

Spacing: 6″

Height: 6-8″

Width: 6-8″

Exposure: Partial sun

8 Pansy
8 Pansy Image

Scientific name: Viola x wittrockiana

Common name: Pansy

Hardiness degree: -10 F

Blooming season: Early spring, spring, autumn

Plant habit: mounded

Spacing: 8-12″

Height: 8″

Width: 8-10″

Exposure: Partial sun

3.5 Viola
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Scientific name: Viola cornuta

Common name: Viola

Hardiness degree: -10 F

Blooming season: Early spring, spring, autumn

Plant habit: mounded

Spacing: 6″

Height: 6-8″

Width: 6-8″

Exposure: Partial sun

3.5 Pansy
3.5 Pansy Image

Scientific name: Viola x wittrockiana

Common name: Pansy

Hardiness degree: -10 F

Blooming season: Early spring, spring, autumn

Plant habit: mounded

Spacing: 8-12″

Height: 8″

Width: 8-10″

Exposure: Partial sun

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Tillandsia fasciculata var tricolor (Island Palm)
Tillandsia fasciculata var tricolor (Island Palm) Image

Scientific nameTillandsia fasciculata var. tricolor Giant

Juniper hill name: Island Palm

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information: Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

 

Medium box: 1 plant/box

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Tillandsia butzii (Squids)
Tillandsia butzii (Squids) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia butzii

Juniper hill name: Squids

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 30 plants/box

Medium box: 120 plants/box

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Tillandsia bulbosa (Dancing Bulbs)
Tillandsia bulbosa (Dancing Bulbs) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia bulbosa

Juniper hill name: Dancing Bulbs

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 30 plants/box

Medium box: 135 plants/box

(small box item)

Tillandsia xerographica
Tillandsia xerographica Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia xerographica

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Medium box: 4 plants/box

Large box: 6 plants/box

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Large box assortment
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60 small box assorted items + 20 medium box items + 5 large items.

Medium box assortment
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45 small box assorted items + 15 medium box items +1 exclusive item.

Small box assortment
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Assortment of 25 small box items.

Tillandsia punctulata (Spikes)
Tillandsia punctulata (Spikes) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia punctulata

Juniper hill name: Spikes

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 20 plants/box

Medium box: 90 plants/box

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Tillandsia magnusiana (Squash)
Tillandsia magnusiana (Squash) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia magnusiana

Juniper hill name: Squash

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 20 plants/box

Medium box: 120 plants/box

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Tillandsia caput medusae (Medusa)
Tillandsia caput medusae (Medusa) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia caput medusae

Juniper hill name: Medusa

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 20 plants/box

Medium box: 90 plants/box

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Tillandsia oaxacana (Crazy heads)
Tillandsia oaxacana (Crazy heads) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia oaxacana

Juniper hill name: Crazy heads

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 30 plants/box

Medium box: 120 plants/box

(small box item)

Tillandsia filifolia (Black bottoms)
Tillandsia filifolia (Black bottoms) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia filifolia

Juniper hill name: Black bottoms

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 40 plants/box

Medium box: 150 plants/box

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Tillandsia ionantha Fuego (Fuego)
Tillandsia ionantha Fuego (Fuego) Image

Scientific nameTillandsia ionantha Fuego 

Juniper hill name: Fuego

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information: Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Medium box: 40 plants/box

Large box: 75 plants/box

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Tillandsia circinatta (Waves)
Tillandsia circinatta (Waves) Image

Scientific nameTillandsia circinatta

Juniper hill name: Waves

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information: Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Medium box: 40 plants/box

Large box: 50 plants/box

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Tillandsia pruinosa (Mohawk)
Tillandsia pruinosa (Mohawk) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia pruinosa

Juniper hill name: Mohawk

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

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Medium box: 40 plants/box

Large box: 75 plants/box

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Tillandsia balbisiana (Dancing Lady)
Tillandsia balbisiana (Dancing Lady) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia balbisiana

Juniper hill name: Dancing Lady

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Medium box: 20 plants/box

Large box: 30 plants/box

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Tillandsia baileyii (Bird's Nest)
Tillandsia baileyii (Bird

Scientific name: Tillandsia baileyii

Juniper hill name: Bird’s Nest

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Medium box: 15 plants/box

Large box: 25 plants/box

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Tillandsia argentea (Bunchies)
Tillandsia argentea (Bunchies) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia argentea

Juniper hill name: Bunchies

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information: Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 55 plants/box

Medium box: 210 plants/box

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Tillandsia brachycaulos abdita (Pineapples)
Tillandsia brachycaulos abdita (Pineapples) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia brachycaulos abdita

Juniper hill name: Pineapples

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 20 plants/box

Medium box: 90 plants/box

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Tillandsia harrisii (Silverstar)
Tillandsia harrisii (Silverstar) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia harrissii

Juniper hill name: Silverstar

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Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Tillandsia ionantha scaposa (Sideburns)
Tillandsia ionantha scaposa (Sideburns) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia ionantha scaposa

Juniper hill name: Sideburns

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 30 plants/box

Medium box: 120 plants/box

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Tillandsia ionantha (Babies)
Tillandsia ionantha (Babies) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia ionantha

Juniper hill name: Babies

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 40 plants/box

Medium box: 150 plants/box

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Tillandsia circinatta (Fishies)
Tillandsia circinatta (Fishies) Image

Scientific nameTillandsia circinatta

Juniper hill name: Fishies

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information: Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 40 plants/box

Medium box: 150 plants/box

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Tillandsia tectorum (Snowcap)
Tillandsia tectorum (Snowcap) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia tectorum

Juniper Hill name: Snowcap

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

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Tillandsia somnians (Amethyst Pink)
Tillandsia somnians (Amethyst Pink) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia somnians

Juniper Hill name: Amethyst Pink

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

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Tillandsia palacea (Skelo)
Tillandsia palacea (Skelo) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia palacea

Juniper Hill name: Skelo

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

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Tillandsia guatemalensis (Hula)
Tillandsia guatemalensis (Hula) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia guatemalensis

Juniper Hill name: Hula

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

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Tillandsia capitata Peach (Peach)
Tillandsia capitata Peach (Peach) Image

Scientific nameTillandsia capitata

Juniper hill name: Peach

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information: Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 55 plants/box

Medium box: 210 plants/box

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Tillandsia fasciculata var rotundata (Hunter's Green)
Tillandsia fasciculata var rotundata (Hunter

Scientific name: Tillandsia fasciculata var.rotundata

Juniper Hill name: Hunter’s Green

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

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Tillandsia fasciculata var densispica - Giant (Peacock's Tail)
Tillandsia fasciculata var densispica - Giant (Peacock

Scientific name: Tillandsia fasciculata var. densispica

Juniper Hill name: Peacock’s Tail

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

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Tillandsia melanocrater tricolor (Cannonball)
Tillandsia melanocrater tricolor (Cannonball) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia melanocrater tricolor

Juniper Hill name: Cannonball

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Medium box: 30plants/box

Large box: 50 plants/box

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Tillandsia trigalensis (Queen's Crown)
Tillandsia trigalensis (Queen

Scientific name: Tillandsia trigalensis

Juniper Hill name: Queen’s Crown

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

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Tillandsia vicentina (Cyclone)
Tillandsia vicentina (Cyclone) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia vicentina

Juniper Hill name: Cyclone

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

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Tillandsia plagiotropica (Starfish)
Tillandsia plagiotropica (Starfish) Image

Scientific nameTillandsia plagiotropica

Juniper hill name: Starfish

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information: Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 30 plants/box

Medium box: 120 plants/box

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Tillandsia streptophylla (Curly Q)
Tillandsia streptophylla (Curly Q) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia streptophylla

Juniper Hill name: Curly Q

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Medium box: 8 plants/box

Large box: 12 plants/box

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Tillandsia seleriana (Shark Tooth)
Tillandsia seleriana (Shark Tooth) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia seleriana

Juniper Hill: Shark Tooth

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Medium box: 6 plants/box

Large box: 10 plants/box

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Tillandsia fasciculata var densispica (Wild Palm)
Tillandsia fasciculata var densispica (Wild Palm) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia fasciculate var. densispica

Juniper Hill name: Wild Palm

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Medium box: 5 plants/box

Large box: 10 plants/box

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Tillandsia ionantha rubra (Baby Red Hair)
Tillandsia ionantha rubra (Baby Red Hair) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia ionantha rubra

Juniper Hill name: Baby Red Hair

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 30plants/box

Medium box: 120 plants/box

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Tillandsia oaxacana- Large (Super Crazy)
Tillandsia oaxacana- Large (Super Crazy) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia oaxacana

Juniper Hill name: Super Crazy

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Medium box: 30plants/box

Large box: 50 plants/box

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Tillandsia juncifolia (Comet)
Tillandsia juncifolia (Comet) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia juncifolia

Juniper Hill name: Comet

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Medium box: 40plants/box

Large box: 50 plants/box

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Tillandsia juncea (Shooting Star)
Tillandsia juncea (Shooting Star) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia juncea

Juniper Hill name: Shooting Star

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Medium box: 20plants/box

Large box: 30 plants/box

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Tillandsia flabellata rubra (Red Fan)
Tillandsia flabellata rubra (Red Fan) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia flabellata rubra

Juniper Hill name: Red Fan

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Medium box: 50plants/box

Large box: 80 plants/box

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Tillandsia capitata var guzmanoides (Hydra)
Tillandsia capitata var guzmanoides (Hydra) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia capitata var. guzmanoides

Juniper Hill name: Hydra

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

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Flowering Kale
Flowering Kale Image

Scientific name: Brassica oleracea

Common name: Flowering kale

Hardiness degree: may be damaged by sudden and severe freezes.

Blooming season: nonflowering, but the plant is used in the fall winter and spring.

Plant habit: big-leaf, cool-season annual with a flattened to rounded shape

Spacing: 12 to 18″

Height: 5 to 1 ft

Width: 1 to 1.5 ft

Exposure: full sun.

Viola Fall
Viola Fall Image

Scientific name: Viola cornuta

Common name: Viola

Hardiness degree: -10 F

Blooming season: Early spring, spring, autumn

Plant habit: mounded

Spacing: 6″

Height: 6-8″

Width: 6-8″

Exposure: Partial sun

Pansy Fall
Pansy Fall Image

Scientific name: Viola x wittrockiana

Common name: Pansy

Hardiness degree: -10 F

Blooming season: Early spring, spring, autumn

Plant habit: mounded

Spacing: 8-12″

Height: 8″

Width: 8-10″

Exposure: Partial sun

Flowering Cabbage
Flowering Cabbage Image

Scientific name: Brassica oleracea

Common name: Flowering cabbage

Hardiness degree: may be damaged by sudden and severe freezes.

Blooming season: nonflowering, but the plant is used in the fall winter and spring.

Plant habit: big-leaf, cool-season annual with a flattened to rounded shape

Spacing: 12 to 18″

Height: 5 to 1 ft

Width: 1 to 1.5 ft

Exposure: full sun.

Garden mum
Garden mum Image

Scientific name: Crhysanthemum morifolium

Common name: Garden mum

Hardiness degree: 0 F (-17,8 C)

Blooming season: Autumn, late summer

Plant Habit: mounded

Spacing: 7-36″

Height: 14 – 24″

Width: 20 – 36″

Exposure: sun

Montauk daisy
Montauk daisy Image

Scientific name: Nipponanthemum nipponicum

Common name: Montauk daisy, Nippon daisy

Blooming season: late summer, fall

Plant habit: Upright herbaceous perennial to 3 feet tall and wide

Exposure: Full sun, well drained soil

Snapdragon Fall
Snapdragon Fall Image

Scientific name: Antirrhinum majus

Common name: Snapdragon

Hardiness degree: 32 F (0 C)

Blooming season: Early spring, spring, autumn

Plant habit: upright

Spacing: 8-10″

Height: 18-24″

Width: 12″

Exposure: sun

Dianthus Fall
Dianthus Fall Image

Scientific name: Dianths barbatus interspecific

Common name: Dianthus

Blooming season: early spring, spring, autumn

Plant habit: upright

Spacing: 10-12″

Height: 16-20″

Width: 10″

Exposure: sun

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Aegopodium podagraria
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Ajuga reptans 'Black Scallop'
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Product in 98 tray, 24 cells Rootstepper flat and 306 flat  Scientific Name: Ajuga reptans ‘Burgundy Glow’ Common Name: Carpet Bugle, Bugleweed Hardines... Read More
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Product in 98 tray and 24 cells Rootstepper flat Scientific Name: Ajuga x tenorii ‘Dixie Chip’ Common Name: Bugleweed Hardiness Degree: -30°F (... Read More
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Product in 98 tray, 24 cells Rootstepper flat and 306 flat Scientific Name: Ajuga reptans ‘Mahogany’ Common Name: Carpet Bugle, Bugleweed Hardine... Read More
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Asperula odoratum Galium 'Sweet Woodruff'
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Delosperma cooperi 'Jewel of the desert Opal'
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Hedera helix 'English Ivy'
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Liriope spicata 'Green'
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Chamomile
Product is in 3.5 Pot Scientific Name: Matricaria chamomilla Common Name: German chamomile
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Oregano
Product is in 3.5 Pot Scientific Name: Origanum vulgare Common Name: Oregano
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Parsley
Product is in 3.5 Pot and 804 Flat Scientific Name: Petroselinum crispum Common Name: Curled Parsley
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Product is in 804 Flat Scientific Name: Capsicum Common Name: Pepper Varieties: Green Bell, Habenero Red, Jalapeno, Lg Red Cherry Hot, Sweet Banana... Read More
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Rosemary
Product is in 3.5 Pot Scientific Name: Rosmarinus officinalis Common Name: Rosemary
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Thyme
Product in 3.5 Pot Scientific Name: Thymus citriodorus Common Name: Lemon Thyme   Scientific Name: Thymus vulgaris Common... Read More
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Product is in 804 Flat Scientific Name: Solanum lycopersicum Common Name: Tomato Varieties: Beefmaster, Beefsteak, Better Boy, Brandywine, Early Gir... Read More
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Product is in 3.5 Pot Scientific Name: Salvia officinalis ‘Berggarten’ Common Name: Sage
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Product is in 3.5 Pot Scientific Name: Mentha spicata ‘Spearmint’ Common Name: Spearmint   Scientific Name: Mentha piperita ‘Pe... Read More
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Lettuce
Product is in 804 Flat Scientific Name: Lactuca sativa Common Name: Lettuce Varieties: Green Romaine, Red Sails, Mesculin Mix, Buttercrunch
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Eggplant
Product is in 804 Flat Scientific Name: Solanum melongena Common Name: Eggplant Varieties: Snowy, Black Beauty
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Lavender
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Basil
Product is in 3.5 Pot and 804 Flat Scientific Name: Ocimum basilicum Common Name: Basil
Broccoli Image
Broccoli
Product is in 804 Flat Scientific Name: Brassica oleracea var. italic Common Name: Broccoli Varieties: Packman, Raab
Cilantro Image
Cilantro
Product is in 3.5 Pot Scientific Name: Coriandrum sativum Common Name: Cilantro
Dill Image
Dill
Product is in 3.5 Pot Scientific Name: Anethum graveolens Common Name: Dill
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Tarragon
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Verbena
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Torenia
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SunPatiens
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Melampodium
Common Name: melampodium Type: Annual Family: Asteraceae Zone: 2 to 11 Height: 1.00 to 2.00 feet Spread... Read More
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Common Name: feather celosia Type: Annual Family: Amaranthaceae Zone: 2 to 11 Height: 1.00 to 1.50 feet Sprea... Read More
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Calibrachoa
Common Name: million bells Type: Herbaceous perennial Family: Solanaceae Zone: 9 to 11 Height: 0.25 to 0.75 feet ... Read More
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Bacopa
Garden Height: 4 – 8 Inches Trails Up To: 36 Inches Spacing: 8 – 10 Inches Spread: 20 – 36 Inches Light Requirement: P... Read More
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Argyranthemum
Common Name: Marguerite Daisy Garden Height:18 – 36 Inches Spacing: 12 – 14 Inches Spread: 12 – 20 Inches Light Requirement... Read More
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Gazania
Common Name: treasure flower Type: Herbaceous perennial Family: Asteraceae Zone: 9 to 11 Height: 0.50 to 1.00 feet ... Read More
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Marigold
Common Name: French marigold Type: Annual Family: Asteraceae Native Range: Mexico, Guatemala Zone: 2 to 11 He... Read More
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Lobelia
Common Name: lobelia Type: Herbaceous perennial Family: Campanulaceae Native Range: Southern Africa Zone: 10 to 11 ... Read More
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Ipomea
Common Name: sweet potato vine Type: Herbaceous perennial Family: Convolvulaceae Native Range: Indonesia Zone: 9 to 11 ... Read More
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Hypoestes
Common Name: polka dot plant Type: Broadleaf evergreen Family: Acanthaceae Native Range: Madagascar Zone: 10 to 11 ... Read More
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Helichrysum
Common Name: licorice plant Type: Herbaceous perennial Family: Asteraceae Native Range: Southern Africa Zone: 9 to 11 ... Read More
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Alyssum
Common Name: sweet alyssum Type: Herbaceous perennial Family: Brassicaceae Native Range: Southern Europe Zone: 5 to 9 ... Read More
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1202 Pansy
Scientific name: Viola x wittrockiana Common name: Pansy Hardiness degree: ... Read More
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1202 Viola
Scientific name: Viola cornuta Common name: Viola Hardiness degree: -10 F... Read More
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Muscari armeniacum
Scientific name: Muscari armeniacum Common name: Muscari Blooming season: April – May Grower information: B... Read More
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Primula
Common Name: polyanthus Type: Herbaceous perennial Family: Primulaceae Zone: 3 to 8 Height: 0.50 to 1.00 feet ... Read More
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8HB Pansy
Scientific name: Viola x wittrockiana Common name: Pansy Hardiness degree: ... Read More
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8 Viola
Scientific name: Viola cornuta Common name: Viola Hardiness degree: -10 F... Read More
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8 Pansy
Scientific name: Viola x wittrockiana Common name: Pansy Hardiness degree: ... Read More
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3.5 Viola
Scientific name: Viola cornuta Common name: Viola Hardiness degree: -10 F... Read More
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3.5 Pansy
Scientific name: Viola x wittrockiana Common name: Pansy Hardiness degree: ... Read More