Smarter, Simpler Gardening
Produce beautiful bouquets year after year with this perennial flower collection! The 'Early Sunrise' coreopsis and the 'Alaska' shasta daisy can bloom in late summer, but the full garden fireworks will start with the tall hollyhock spires in spring and continue through summer. All four perennial varieties are easy to grow and germinate in two to three weeks. You'll enjoy many years of stunning arrangements with this colorful collection.
Each variety is packaged separately with easy instructions.
Echinacea. Purple Coneflower (300mg) Large, long-lasting rosy purple flowers surround an orange-brown central cone. Ht. 36" , Perennial, zones 3-10.
Coreopsis, Early Sunrise (125 mg) First perennial coreopsis to bloom the first year from seed! Ht. 24". Perennial, zones 3-9.
Hollyhock, Country Romance Mixed Colors (500mg) Large, 3-5" rose, white, maroon, yellow and pink blooms on tall stalks. Ht. 5-7', Perennial, zones 4-8.
Shasta Daisy, Alaska (250mg) Single, white 3" blooms, Ht. 30", Perennial, zones 4-9.