Winter Greenhouse

2016 New Annuals

Includes Vegetables

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Abutilon Fairy Coral Red

Abutilon Fairy Coral Red

Much admired by the Victorians for their toughness and beautiful blooms, these modern Flowering Maples add color to containers and borders. This petite bloomer has been selected for its compact growth habit and tolerance to both heat and humidity.

Abutilon Sourthern Belle

Abutilon Sourthern Belle

An abundance of dainty yellow blooms cover this flowering maple nearly all season. Ideal in mixed containers and hanging baskets.

Alstroemeria

Alstroemeria

Commonly called Peruvian lily, alstroemeria thrive in sunny protected areas and moist soil. They bloom in a wide array of colors on long, slim stems. Alstroemeria petals have a unique and immediately recognizable striated pattern that appears in a second and often third color from the field color of the petals.

Alyssum North Face

Alyssum North Face

The plant has large pure white flowers and improved vigour. It features a lower growing and well branched habit.

Amaranthus Love Lies Bleeding

Amaranthus Love Lies Bleeding

Brilliant red seed heads dangle like shimmering ruby necklaces from the tops of sturdy, 3-5 ft. plants. With long-lasting color, they're great in arrangements, fresh-cut or dried. Heirloom plant.

Asclepias Silky Red

Asclepias Silky Red

It has showy orange and red flowers that are attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds, and is a favorite food of monarch butterfly caterpillars. Grow as an annual.

Begonia Bossa Nova White

Begonia Bossa Nova White

Brilliant blooms cover lush well branched plants and offer nonstop flowering from late spring through the fall. They look great either on their own in containers or as component in a combo.

Begonia Bossa Nova Yellow

Begonia Bossa Nova Yellow

Brilliant self-cleaning blooms cover the plant from late spring until frost and the well branched plants with short internodes look stunning in a large container or hanging basket, either singly or as part of a combo.

Begonia Nonstop Joy Yellow

Begonia Nonstop Joy Yellow

Resembling roses with their packed rows of brilliant yellow petals, its flowers are truly eye-catching and do not require deadheading. A great shade-loving plant for containers, baskets, window boxes, beds and borders.

Begonia On Top Melon Lace

Begonia On Top Melon Lace

On Top Melon Lace is an unusual begonia featuring rosey-pink blooms with white petal edging. They are extremely quick blooming, well-branched, heat tolerant, hardy and have numerous blooms with an extremely long blooming period.

Begonia Rex Autumn Embers

Begonia Rex Autumn Embers

This Rex Begonia is beautiful! The medium-sized slightly puckered foliage glows in a bright, warm cinnamon-orange tone with red undersides. A Martha Stewart favorite!

Bidens Beedance Painted Red

Bidens Beedance Painted Red

These bi-color flowers bloom continuously spring to fall with a vigorous growth habit and dense branching. Easy to grow and maintain and impervious to heat, make it ideal for baskets, containers, window boxes.

Calibrachoa Superbells Apricot Punch

Calibrachoa Superbells Apricot Punch

Apricot orange blossoms with red throats cover this vigorous calibrachoa. Blooms appear from Summer to Fall along trailing stems lined with small, light green leaves.

Calibrachoa Superbells Evening Star

Calibrachoa Superbells Evening Star

Lovely lavender flowers feature a amethyst purple edge with a royal purple throat and yellow star pattern. Long blooming. Deadheading not necessary.

Calibrachoa Superbells Holy Moly

Calibrachoa Superbells Holy Moly

Abundant, mottled yellow and cherry-red star bi-color petunia-like petals. Flowers all season on cascading growth. Low maintenance, heat tolerant and continous bloomer.

Cosmos Capriola

Cosmos Capriola

New color - white flower with light red picotee and dark red center. Has a semi-dwarf habit and is early flowering.

Cosmos Rubinato

Cosmos Rubinato

Daisy-like, 21/2 to 3" blooms, vary in stunning shades of rose and burgundy. Well-branched, compact plants showcase ferny foliage. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Dwarf, early, drought tolerant and easy to care for.

Cosmos Xanthos

Cosmos Xanthos

Unique soft-yellow blooms are produced in profusion on compact dwarf plants, bringing real impact to patio containers, beds and borders.

Datura Blackcurrant Swirl

Datura Blackcurrant Swirl

An enchanting blend of violet and silver. The double-flowers dangle profusely from bold purple stems. They appear in great numbers mid-summer and last until fall.

Dianthus Jolt Pink

Dianthus Jolt Pink

A dianthus with brightly colored and large, showy flower heads on strong stems that perform extremely well all summer long. This is an easy to grow and trouble-free annual. Heat tolerant,tidy and low-maintenance.

Euphorbia Glamour

Euphorbia Glamour

Takes heat and drought, rebounds fast from weather. Low maintenance. No deadheading required. Great solo in the landscape bed or as a mixer with other vigorous flowering annuals.

Fuchsia Shadow Dancer Betty

Fuchsia Shadow Dancer Betty

The upright, compact, uniform red and white flowers perch well above the bushy, small-leaved foliage. Very early blooming and easy growing for pots, window boxes and gardens.

Geranium Calliope Crimson Flame

Geranium Calliope Crimson Flame

Mesmerizing bi-color flowers of raspberry with rose edges that look like they are glowing! Blooms all summer long due to its heat tolerance and performs in both the ground and in containers.

Gerbera Floriline Maxi Spider Mix

Gerbera Floriline Maxi Spider Mix

Colorful daisies are borne singly on tubular stems that rise well above the foliage, and appear in shades of red, yellow, orange, pink, purple and white.

Hibiscus Cajun So Fine

Hibiscus Cajun So Fine

'So Fine' produces large, frilly semi-double flowers with a dark burgundy eye contrasted by flaming orange, yellow and yellow veined, frilly edged petals that fade to a dark reddish orange where they overlap.

Hibiscus Chiffon Pink

Hibiscus Chiffon Pink

Chiffon Pink' sprouts ruffled double blooms perfect for all princesses! Cajun hibiscus offer an abundance of larger-than-life blooms and are perfect for the tropical oasis you've long-been dreamng about.

Lantana Luscious Pinkberry Blend

Lantana Luscious Pinkberry Blend

Tones of pink, soft yellow and cream produce a splendid display of color. Long blooming, heat and drought tolerant with a light, sweet fragrance.

Larkspur Giant Imperial Mix

Larkspur Giant Imperial Mix

Beautiful flower spikes on plants up to 4 feet tall and covered with colorful flowers in shades of pink, lilac, white, blue and rose. This old favorite is also called annual delphinium and is perfect to grow along a fence.

Lobelia Starship Deep Rose

Lobelia Starship Deep Rose

Flowers are borne on dense, strictly upright spikes. 'Cardinal Flowers' are excellent border plants for moist locations and are hummingbird magnets.

Mandevilla Sun Parasol Stars And Stripes

Mandevilla Sun Parasol Stars And Stripes

Voted the favorite new flowering plant at last year's Tropical Plant Exhibition, Mandevilla Stars and Stripes has red star-shaped blossoms with white stripes through the center of each of the 5 petals. A golden-yellow throat contrasts nicely with the petals. It blooms abundantly from spring to fall and is a favorite for hummingbirds. Its leaves are deep, glossy green and are held on twining stems.

Mirabilis Harlequin

Mirabilis Harlequin

Very eye-catching 'Four O'Clock' with bi-colors, stipes and streaks in shades of rose, pink, yellow,and white in dozens of showy flowers.
The cheerful plant got the common name Four O'Clocks because the flowers open in late afternoon. They remain open until morning and on cloudy days, they may not close at all.

Nasturtium Phoenix

Nasturtium Phoenix

Unusual profuse new variety. Flowers nonstop until frost. Phoenix is not only a new look with its 'flamed-fringy' flowers it's one of the easiest and a great pollinator plant.

Nemesia Sunsatia Blood Orange

Nemesia Sunsatia Blood Orange

Rich shades of orange, yellow blossoms with speckles of red are terrific in combination planters. Smells great and will brighten up any container or window box.

Passion Vine Aphrodite

Passion Vine Aphrodite

Vigorous vine, sparse blooms at first then numerous blooms mid-season on. This vine needs plenty of support to show off the buds which become purple-lavender blooms.

Petunia Colorworks Homare

Petunia Colorworks Homare

Early to bloom with shades of magenta and lavender irregular striping with a small yellow center 'ColorWorks Homare' is extremely floriferous. Its strong semi-trailing habit is ideal for both baskets and container gardens.

Petunia Easy Wave Yellow

Petunia Easy Wave Yellow

These fast-growing petunias bloom freely all season and tolerate both heat and cooler conditions very well. First yellow Wave petunia.

Petunia Night Sky

Petunia Night Sky

The white spots on the dark violet flowers look like an ever-changing star constellation in the night sky. This extraordinary new color pattern is an absolute first for Petunia. The splendid, white spotted violet blooms will shine in baskets and mixed containers.

Petunia Picasso In Burgundy

Petunia Picasso In Burgundy

Purple-blue and lime green edge blossoms with a mounding, trailing habit are wonderful for any use, hanging baskets, mono containers, window boxes, or mixed containers.

Petunia Supertunia Honey

Petunia Supertunia Honey

Melange of orange and yellow, sunset colors which is ever changing as the plant grows from spring, through summer, and into fall. The combination possibilities are endless, yet it is beautiful on its own too.

Petunia Sweetunia Suzie Storm

Petunia Sweetunia Suzie Storm

Medium size magenta blooms with rosy margins in the same vein as 'Johnny Flame' but just a bit lighter to brighten up the mix.

Queen Annes Lace Dara

Queen Annes Lace Dara

Queen Ann's Lace, also called "Wild Carrot," is a common plant in dry fields, ditches, and open areas. This one is a rare pink variety. It blooms from May to October. Hardy to zone 5 or 6.

Sweet Pea Fire And Ice

Sweet Pea Fire And Ice

A stunningly lovely, large-flowered Sweet Pea with exceptionally delightful fragrance! The budding flower opens pale pink & lavender-blue on a creamy background, darkening to jewel-tones as it matures. Makes for gorgeous cut flowers

Torelus Orange Red Orchid

Torelus Orange Red Orchid

Large showy single blooms of rich-toned, orange-red orchidlike stripes and dots. Torelus is a cross of Torenia and Mimulus. Heat tolerant and a vigorous grower for sun or shade.

Verbena Lascar Mango Orange

Verbena Lascar Mango Orange

This verbena is well-branched, bushy and early flowering. The flowers of coral with a large orange eye can be seen from a distance when planted in beds, flower boxes and containers.

Vigna Snail Vine

Vigna Snail Vine

A beautiful fast-growing vine with pale purple flowers often with cream or yellow markings. The flowers are also a bit snail-like with twisted and coiled keel petals.

Viola Pansy Ruffles Dark Heart

Viola Pansy Ruffles Dark Heart

A strongly colored flower of dark purple and lavender with a delicately edged ruffled, yellow margin. 'Dark Heart' offers an old-fashioned appeal for nouveau containers.

Zinnia Uptown Frosted Strawberry

Zinnia Uptown Frosted Strawberry

The first double flower in the UpTown series. 'Frosted Strawberry' boasts large, fully double flowers and vigor to match. It is a great water-wise or hot weather selection.


Vegetables

Broccoli Lieutenant

Broccoli Lieutenant

Erect plants with minimal side shoots, medium size main stems with reduced hollow stern. Smooth crowns have minimal bract leaves during hot weather. Dark green crowns with medium sized beads.

Cantaloupe French Orange

Cantaloupe French Orange

The flavor of Charentais melons is difficult to describe, but the fragrance is the most enticing of any melon we know! These sturdy fruits boast deep orange flesh that is succulent, juicy, and very rich.

Cucumber Sweeter Yet

Cucumber Sweeter Yet

Cucumbers don't come any sweeter than these glossy, deep green, extra-sweet small cucumbers. Enjoy these slender, cucumbers in salads or as snacks. They arrive early, produce prolifically and all summer long. Sweet, mild taste, non-acidic, and burpless.

Eggplant Meatball

Eggplant Meatball

Meet the mightiest, meatiest eggplant ever. Imagine fresh, home-grown, vine-ripened meat. That's 'Meatball'. Fruit is dense, moist, flavorful flesh captures the flavor and texture of meat as no other eggplant or any vegetable can.

Lettuce Adriana

Lettuce Adriana

Heat tolerant, dark green butterhead. Adriana is large and has a broad disease package. Heads are full and dense with good flavor. Good tolerance to tipburn, and bolting. High resistance to downy mildew

Lettuce Holon

Lettuce Holon

Dense, upright heads with good flavor. Suitable for spring, summer, and fall cultivation. Closes slowly and holds well in the field. Uniform plants. High resistance to downy mildew.

Ornamental Gourd Speckled Swan

Ornamental Gourd Speckled Swan

This perfectly named gourd's long, 12-16" neck, curves and enlarges at the end to resemble a swan. Ideal for selling at fall markets for decorating or painting once dried.

Pepper Cute Stuff Gold

Pepper Cute Stuff Gold

Miniature variety that yields continuously big harvests - up to three times more than other peppers! Sweet taste and apple shape make them excellent for stuffing or eating fresh.

Pepper Flamingo

Pepper Flamingo

'Flamingo' starts out ivory-yellow before transitioning to apricot and finally lipstick red. It's slow to ripen.

Pepper King Of The North

Pepper King Of The North

Excellent in short-season gardens of Northern climates, due to early bearing and the huge, blocky shape of its thick-walled, bright red, 6" by 4" fruits. Great for stuffing. Mild taste becomes even more mellow as the fruits mature.

Simply Kale Storm Mix

Simply Kale Storm Mix

Enjoy as both a colorful, mixed-texture ornamental and a delicious, nutritious edible. The very first All Kale Salad Mixture including frilly leaved types, purple and blue types.

Squash Zucchini Cashflow

Squash Zucchini Cashflow

Plant produces high yields of 8" long medium green zucchini squash. Fruits are uniform and slightly tapered.

Strawberry Ruby Ann

Strawberry Ruby Ann

Sensational deep red flowers appear early in the season. Medium sized, very sweet, ever bearing fruit.
Use in containers, baskets or in the garden.

Swiss Chard Ford Hook Giant

Swiss Chard Ford Hook Giant

The standard green Swiss Chard. The leaves are medium green and savoyed (crinkled) with white veins and broad, white stems.

Tomato Brandy Boy

Tomato Brandy Boy

A huge, pink, beefsteak tomato with incredible heirloom flavor and very high yields. 'Brandy Boy' captures all the rich flavor of the beloved 'Brandywine' heirloom tomato long the flavor favorite among heirloom tomatoes with a more shapely form, tidier growth habit, improved disease-resistance and bigger, earlier yields.

Tomato Candyland Red Currant

Tomato Candyland Red Currant

'Candyland Red' has a compact, tidy and manageable habit that will not take over like many other currant varieties. Easy to harvest: branched trusses have accessible tomatoes with slightly thicker skin so less damaged fruit than other currant types. Loads of very sweet red fruit bursts of flavor. All American Winner 2016.

Tomato Grapette

Tomato Grapette

Thin-skinned and juicy, with a distinctive flavor and shape. The fruits weigh 1/3 to 1/2 oz. and grow in clusters of 14 to 35 fruits. Ideal for the current preference for smaller, gourmet-type tomatoes.

Tomato Heirloom Marriage Cherokee Carbon

Tomato Heirloom Marriage Cherokee Carbon

Robust purple beefsteak with rich flavour. A cross of Cherokee Purple x Carbon. Best in-ground. Fruit size: 10 to 12 oz.

Tomato Pineapple

Tomato Pineapple

Pineapple is a beefsteak type with huge yellow-gold fruit often striped in red and with fewer seeds and more solids, for an extra bite or two in every Tomato. Very high yielding. It has a strong Tomato aroma and fruity aftertaste.

Tomato Steakhouse

Tomato Steakhouse

Big news in the tomato patch! Meet the biggest tomato ever bred. And it's not just bigger but better. Tipping the scales at up to three lbs. A broad-shouldered tomato loaded with true heirloom tomato flavor. Indeterminate plants produce gorgeous, humongous fruits.

Watermelon Yellow Doll

Watermelon Yellow Doll

Probably the earliest of all watermelons. The fruits are round, 6 to 8 lbs.. It has a thin rind of deep green with lighter stripes. Flesh is bright yellow and unusually sweet and delicious. Can be grown on a trellis where space is limited.

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