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Make the 2010-2011 Growing Season Your Most Profitable Ever! We’re here to help you grow your business as more and more Americans turn to home gardening for healthier produce and more economical landscaping. The surge in “victory gardens,” the booming demand for local and “slow” food, and the renewed interest in growing vegetables, herbs, and flowers at home have created a huge demand for seedling and plant sales, as well as roadside produce stands and farmers’ markets. There has never been a better time to be in the seed business, and we’re determined to help you succeed. We’ve got everything you need for dynamite vegetable sales, including Certified Organic seeds, All-America Selections (AAS) and other award winners, and a full line of new and classic varieties that customers ask for by name. Our famous Whopper veggies have been America’s favorites for decades, and they’re available only here. To complement those vegetables, we offer the best annual and perennial plants from seed. For cutflowers, you’ve got to try new Zinnia Queen Red Lime, a wild concoction of bold colors that inspires double-takes every time. AAS Winner Marigold Moonsong Deep Orange brings gasps of disbelief, while Begonia Gryphon appeals to the customer seeking novel foliage for the shade. And for those cool-season sales, rely on Pansy Mammoth, now available at Park in 12 eyepopping separate colors and 2 popular mixes. We make it easy to offer colorful, popular plugs, pots, and baskets that bring customers into your store and keep them coming back. Order early for big profits this season on the best vegetable and flowering plants from Park Seed Wholesale!
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How To Use This Catalog GERMINATION CULTURE A line of germination information accompanies each species of seed. Information is in four columns, like this:
(4) 15 days
(1) ANNUALS COOL = Best for spring or fall display in most of the country; plant in winter in the South and Coastal West. WARM = Best for summer; not frosttolerant. Hardiness zones are listed based on the USDA Zone Map on page 82.
(2) GERMINATION LIGHT REQUIREMENTS. L - Needs light; leave seed exposed or cover very lightly with vermiculite to help maintain even moisture levels. D - Needs darkness; cover flats with heavy paper or black plastic. Cover larger seeds with growing medium. DL - No specific light requirements.
(3) GERMINATION TEMPERATURE. Optimal temperature range for germination only, as determined by our research, germination testing and suppliers recommendations. (4) DAYS TO GERMINATION. Typical number
of days required for germination under best conditions.
DATES TO MATURITY — CROP TIMES Dates are approximate, useful mainly for comparison. Under cooler conditions, maturity times may be greater; under warmer conditions, days to maturity may be fewer.
PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS, PRICING AND PHOTOGRAPHS
The descriptions in this catalog are prepared from our trial observations, reports from suppliers, experiment stations and grower trials. Photographed specimens are grown under favorable conditions. Descriptions and photos depict observed performance, not necessarily what can be expected under all circumstances.
We make every effort to print the most accurate information available. However, occasionally errors occur in product descriptions and/or prices. We are not responsible for typographical errors or misprints. Orders are subject to correction. One or more of the images displayed herein may appear with the permission of the original photographer and cannot be reproduced without the permission of the original photographer.
Proper botanical names (genus and species) are listed for flowers, foliage crops and herbs. The primary reference used for botanical nomenclature is the American Horticultural Society, A-Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants, Christopher Brickell and Judith D. Zuk, eds., 1996.
Items that, for reasons of size or contents, cannot be shipped by U.P.S. are indicated in the catalog by two asterisks (**). These items can be truckshipped or picked up only. Note: If you order a Truck Item, remember to sign the truck shipment authorization on the order form. We cannot ship without your signature.
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Table of Contents Ordering Information . . . . . . . . . . 2-3 Business Terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166 Crop Time Charts . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11 ANNUALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-83 PERENNIALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84-99 HERBS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100-101 VEGETABLES . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102-123 SEED SALE PAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 GROWING SUPPLIES . . . . . . . 126-169 Ageratum. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Alyssum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13, 85 Aquilegia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 Aster. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 ,85 Begonia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-17 Broccoli . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Cabbage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102-103 Calendula. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Cauliflower . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Celosia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-21 Coleus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-23 Cosmos. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Cucumber . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Dahlia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Delphinium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 Dianthus . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-27, 88-89 Dusty Miller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Eggplant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 Erysimum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Gazania . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Geranium. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30-33, 91 Gerbera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Gomphrena . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34-35 Kale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-19 Impatiens. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35-39 Lisianthus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Lobelia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41, 95 Marigold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42-47 Melampodium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Melon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Nicotiana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Okra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Ornamental Cabbage & Kale . . 18-19 Ornamental Pepper. . . . . . . . . . . . 111 Pansy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50-55 Pepper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107-111 Petunia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56-65 Phlox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Portulaca . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Pumpkin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 Rudbeckia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68, 97 Salvia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69-70 Snapdragon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71-72 Squash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 Strawberry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 Sunflower . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Thunbergia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Tomato . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114-123 Verbena . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74, 99 Vinca . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75-77 Viola . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .78, 79 Zinnia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80-83 COMPLETE INDEX . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171
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New for 2011 Impatiens Super Elfin Starburst Mix XP p. 38
Echinacea Pow Wow Wild Berry p. 90
Vinca Pacifica Orange XP p. 75
V Gaillardia Arizona Sun Red Shades p. 90
Zinnia Zahara Double Cherry p. 82
Begonia Cocktail Tequila p. 15
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Dianthus Diabunda Purple Picotee p. 88 Petunia Picobella Rose Star p. 65
Viola Penny Primrose Picotee p. 78
Marigold Moonsong Deep Orange p. 43
Viola Endurio Sky Blue Martien p. 79
Petunia Ramblin Sugar Plum p. 59
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New for 2011
Snapdragon Montego Rose p. 72
Hollyhock Spring Celebrities Mix p. 94
Celosia Smart Look Romantica p. 20
Begonia New Star Mix p. 17
Scabiosa Fama White p. 97
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Petunia Shock Wave Coconut p. 58
Petunia Easy Wave Pink Dawn p. 57
Petunia Easy Wave Neon Rose p. 57
Petunia Wave Purple Imp p. 56
Pansy Plentifall Mix p. 55
Zinnia Queen Red Lime p. 82
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Alte Braz Beg Col Col Cole Col
Des Dich Dich
Erag Hel Ires Isol
Ageratum High Tide
Petunia Baby Duck
Tecoma Mayan Gold
Helenium Dakota Gold
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Alternanthera Purple Knight
Juncus Juncus Juncus Juncus
Alternanthera Royal Tapestry Brazilian Fireworks Maracas Begonia Gryphon Coleus Chocolate Mint Coleus Chocolate Splash Coleus Dark Chocolate Coleus Kong
————— (page 67) (page 16) (page 22) Koeleria Blue Sprite (page 22) Ornamental Millet Jester (page 22) Ornamental Millet Purple Majesty (page 22) Ornamental Pepper Black Pearl
Deschampia Zephyr Dichondra Emerald Falls Dichondra Silver Falls
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Ornamental Pepper Calico F1 Ornamental Pepper Purple Flash
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Plectranthus Emerald Lace
Eragrostis Wind Dancer Helichrysum Silver Mist Iresine Purple Lady Isolepsis Live Wire
————— (page 35) (page 40) (page 92)
Plectranthus Silver Shield
Juncus Blue Dart
Stipa Capriccio Stipa Sirocco Spilanthes Peek-A-Boo
————— (page 93) (page 72)
Blue Arrows Javelin Twisted Arrows Twisted Dart
(page (page (page (page
93) 93) 93) 93)
————— (page 48) (page 48) (page 111)
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Park’s Crop Time Chart
To simplify your ordering and scheduling, we have developed the chart on these two pages. It provides approximate finishing times for popular flowering ornamental and vegetable crops. Of course, factors such as temperature, light, water and feeding affect crop time, so please use the chart only as a guideline, not a schedule. Crop time from: Abutilon See page 12
seed 288 plug seed 288 plug
10-12 weeks 5-6 weeks
seed 288 plug
6-8 weeks 4-5 weeks
seed 288 plug
seed 288 plug
See page 12
Alyssum See page 13
See page 12
See page 84
to 4” pots Crop time from: 12-14 weeks Dianthus 16-18 weeks See page 26-27
to packs N/A N/A
See page 85
See page 13
seed 288 plug seed 288 plug
to 4” pots
10-11 weeks 5-6 weeks
11-14 weeks 7-8 weeks
seed 10-12 weeks 12-14 weeks Dianthus See page 88-89 288 plug 5-6* weeks 6-8 weeks (Perennial)
12-14 weeks 7-8 weeks
9-11 weeks 6-7 weeks
seed 288 plug
See page 28
seed 288 plug
10-12 weeks 4-6 weeks
11-13 weeks 7-8 week
13-15 weeks 8-9 weeks
14-16 weeks Digitalis 9-10 weeks See page 89
seed 288 plug
24-28 weeks* N/A
11-14 weeks N/A
15-19 weeks Dusty Miller 8-10 weeks See page 28
seed 288 plug
11-12 weeks 5-6 weeks
14 weeks 7 weeks
Echinacea seed 10-12 weeks* 13-15 weeks* 18-24 weeks See page 90 288 plug N/A 6-8 weeks* 10-14 weeks *Sell Green 12-14 weeks* 15-16 weeks Eggplant seed 6-8 weeks 8-9 weeks 5-6 weeks 6-8 weeks See page 105 288 plug 4-5 weeks 6-8 weeks N/A N/A
*Sell Green Begonia seed 14-16 weeks* 18-20 weeks*
seed 288 plug
11-12 weeks 5-6 weeks
14-15 weeks 7-8 weeks
seed 288 plug
13-14 weeks 8 weeks
15 weeks 9-10 weeks
seed 12-14 weeks* 13-15 weeks* Gerbera See page 17 288 plug 6-7 weeks 7-8 weeks* See page 34 *Sell Green
seed 288 plug
14-18 weeks 8-11 weeks
seed 288 plug
9-10 weeks 4-5 weeks
13-14 weeks 6-8 weeks
See page 14-17
See page 16
seed 288 plug
See page 29
20-23 weeks Geranium 8-11 weeks See page 30-33
9-11 weeks N/A
15-16 weeks Gomphrena See page 34-35 N/A
seed 288 plug
6-8 weeks 4-5 weeks
seed N/A 10-12 weeks Hollyhock See page 94 288 plug N/A 6-7 weeks
16-20 weeks* 8-10 weeks*
seed 288 plug
26-30 weeks Hypoestes 13-15 weeks See page 35
seed 288 plug
10-11 weeks 4-5 weeks
11-13 weeks 6-8 weeks
seed 288 plug
7-9 weeks* 10-11 weeks* Impatiens 4-5 weeks* 5-6 weeks* See page 35-39
seed 288 plug
8-10 weeks 4-5 weeks
12 weeks 6-8 weeks
9-10 weeks* 4-6 weeks*
seed 288 plug
10 weeks 5-6 weeks
12 weeks 7-8 weeks
See page 18
See page 20-21
See page 21 See page 21
seed 288 plug
Coleus seed See page 21-23
Coreopsis See page 87
See page 24
seed 288 plug seed 288 plug
seed 288 plug Dahlia seed See page 25 288 plug See page 25
Delphinium See page 88
seed 288 plug
15-18 weeks Juncus 6-8 weeks See page 93
20-24 weeks 10-12 weeks
5-6 weeks** 8-10 weeks** Lisianthus seed 12-14 weeks* 288 plug 8-9 weeks 3-4 weeks** 5-7 weeks** See page 40 **Sell Green, except C. sulphureus/ Use PGR
20-24 weeks 10-12 weeks
13-15 weeks 8-10 weeks
See page 41
30-35 weeks Lobelia 5-6 weeks* See page 41
8-10 weeks 5-6 weeks
11-13 weeks Lobelia 6-8 weeks See page 95
9-11 weeks** 5-6 weeks
seed 288 plug
10-12 weeks* 14-16* weeks N/A 6-8 weeks*
16-20 weeks Malva 8 weeks** See page 95
seed 288 plug
*Sell Green/Cool Sensitive/ Do not overwater throughout growth
seed 288 plug
12-13 weeks 7-8 weeks
8-9 weeks* 4-5 weeks*
12-14 weeks 6-8 weeks *Sell Green
seed 12-14 weeks* 288 plug 8-9 weeks
9-11 weeks 5-6 weeks
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Crop time from:
See page 42-45 (African)
See page 46-47
Melampodium See page 47
to 4” pots
seed 288 plug
10-12 weeks 5-6 weeks
12-14 weeks 7-9 weeks
seed 288 plug
8-10 weeks* 4-6 weeks
10-12 weeks Portulaca 6-7 weeks See page 66
seed 288 plug
Millet, Ornamental seed See page 48
Mimulus See page 48
Morning Glory See page 48
Crop time from:
See page 67
to packs seed 288 plug
12 weeks 6 weeks
seed 288 plug
5-6 weeks 3-4 weeks*
to 4” pots 16 weeks 10 weeks
9-10 weeks 5-7 weeks *Sell Green
14-16 weeks 5-6 weeks
18-20 weeks Primula 7-10 weeks See page 67
seed 288 plug
18-24 weeks 9-12 weeks
6-7 weeks 4-5 weeks
8-13 weeks* Rudbeckia 6-11 weeks* See page 68
seed 288 plug
8-10 weeks* 4-5 weeks*
12-13 weeks 6-8 weeks
*Gallon Container: Green-Flowering
seed 288 plug
5-6 weeks N/A
7-8 weeks 4 weeks
seed 288 plug
4-5 weeks N/A
Rudbeckia seed 11-15* weeks* (Annual)
See page 97 (Perennial)
16-20 weeks 8-10 week *Sell Green
Salvia See page 69-70
seed 288 plug
8-10 weeks 5 weeks
10-12 weeks 6-7 weeks
seed 288 plug
8-9 weeks 4-5 weeks
11-13 weeks 6-7 weeks
seed 288 plug
11-12 weeks 12-14 weeks Sanvitalia 5-7 weeks 6-8 weeks See page 70
seed 288 plug
9-11 weeks 6-7 weeks
10-12 weeks Shasta Daisy 8-10 weeks See page 99
seed 288 plug
11-13 weeks N/A
14-16 weeks* 6-8 weeks*
seed 288 plug
9-10 weeks 4-5 weeks
10-11 weeks Snapdragon 5-6 weeks See page 71-72
seed 288 plug
12-13 weeks 5-6 weeks
14 weeks 7-10 weeks
Ornamental seed Cabbage & Kale 288 plug
5-7 weeks* 3-4 weeks*
10-12 weeks 5-7 weeks Thunbergia
seed 288 plug
8-9 weeks N/A
seed 288 plug
6-8 weeks 2-3 weeks
8-10 weeks 4 weeks
14-17 weeks Verbena 7-8 weeks See page 74
seed 288 plug
11-13 weeks 6-7 weeks
14 weeks 7-9 weeks
15-18 weeks Vinca 7-10 weeks
See page 75-77
seed 288 plug
12-14 weeks 5-7 weeks
14-15 weeks 7-8 weeks
8-9 weeks Viola 3 weeks See page 77-79
seed 288 plug
10-12 weeks 4-5 weeks
12-15 weeks 6-8 weeks
10-12 weeks 12-15 weeks Zinnia 5-6 weeks 6-8 weeks* See page 80-83
seed 288 plug
5-8 weeks 4 weeks
9-10 weeks 6 weeks
See page 49
See page 49
See page 49
See page 18-19
Osteospermum seed See page 49
9-11 weeks* 4-5 weeks
12-15 weeks Tomato 6-8 weeks *Sell Green
seed 288 plug
12-14 weeks 5-6 weeks
seed 288 plug
seed 288 plug
6-8 weeks 2 weeks
seed 288 plug
See page 50-55 See page 55
See page 107-111 See page 56-65
Platycodon See page 96
seed 288 plug
See page 73
12-14 weeks 6-8 weeks
See page 114-123
Visit Park Seed’s Premier Trial Gardens Be sure to visit our trial gardens this year, including our Rose Garden! And, as usual, we have extensive flower and vegetable trials, including the newest experimental breeding and the standard industry favorites. We also have the new All-America Selections winners available for viewing in our official AAS Display Garden. We are trialing many varieties this year, all hand-planted and tended by our employees in a 10-acre garden. The quality and accuracy of our catalogs and growing instructions depend on extensive trials. We invite you to take advantage of these trials; they are open for self-guided tours from dawn to dusk 7 days a week. We suggest you visit during the month of June to see the trials at their peak. We hope to see you here!
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A Ageratum Aloha Blue
A Ageratum Blue Danube
Angelonia Serena™ Mix
ANGELONIA angustifolia WARM
SERENA™. An Angelonia from seed! Only previously available in vegetative varieties, Serena™ offers a much cheaper alternative — with better results. Growing to 12 inches in the North, and 18 inches in the South, this beautiful summer-blooming plant can be used like Salvia, alone or in combinations. Good for landscapes in hot locales, both humid and dry. Recommended for large cell packs or 4 inch pots; blooms in 13-14 weeks. Do not cover seed — light is needed for germination. Grow on at 68°-80°. P elleted
Ageratum High Tide™ Blue
Ageratum High Tide™ White
0136-SD—Lavender 0142-SD—Lavender Pink 0143-SD—Purple 0144-SD—White Any SERENA™ above, each: 100 sds $24.95 / 250 sds $57.40 500 sds $106.00 / 1000 sds $194.00
AGERATUM houstonianum, Floss Flower WARM
0035-SD—500 sds $4.95 1000 sds $8.90 / 2000 sds $16.85
P elleted 3
Abutilon Bella Mix: (1) Yellow, (2) Deep Coral, (3) Pink, (4) Salmon Shades 12 12
0076-SD—500 sds $6.95 1000 sds $12.50 / 2000 sds $23.65
BLUE DANUBE HYBRID. Selfcleaning and weather-resistant, these uniform 6- to 7-inch plants hold their rich lavender-blue color all season.
0026-SD—Blue 0051-SD—White. The brightest white
of any Ageratum.
Any HIGH TIDE™ above, each: 100 sds $22.25 / 250 sds $51.20 500 sds $94.55
HAWAII BLUE HYBRID. Compact 8-inch plants with small leaves are extremely floriferous; they keep their neat habit all season, especially in warm climates.
0031-SD—500 sds $5.50 1000 sds $9.75 / 2000 sds $18.50
P elleted 0092-SD—500 sds $7.25 1000 sds $13.00 / 2000 sds $24.75
BELLA HYBRIDS. Extra long-lasting blooms face outward in full sun. Ideal for any pot from 4-inch to 2-gallon. Bushy, well-branched 14- to 16-inch dwarf. Ready in just 13 weeks. For Abutilon Crop Time Chart, see page 10. 0003-SD—Apricot Shades 0002-SD—Deep Coral. More vigor. 0041-SD—Pink 0014-SD—Red 0027-SD—Salmon Shades. Salmon to
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light salmon pink.
0008-SD—Vanilla. Creamy white. 0009-SD—Yellow 0004-SD—Mix Improved. Apricot,
coral, red, rose, peach, lemon-yellow, vanilla and pink.
Any BELLA above, each: 25 sds $9.50 / 50 sds $17.10 100 sds $32.30 / 250 sds $72.20
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0030-SD—1000 sds $7.95 2000 sds $14.30 / 5000 sds $33.80
00 50 25
Grow at 60° F night temperature. B-9 responsive. For early, more dwarf plants, grow on the dry side and do not fertilize. Grows in full sun to part-shade. For Ageratum Crop Time Chart, see page 10.
HIGH TIDE™. Taller (up to 2 feet) and more vigorous than any other Ageratum on the market, great for landscaping, and an excellent cut flower. Plants spread to 12 inches and bloom all summer. Blooms in 12-14 weeks from sowing. P elleted
ABUTILON, Flowering Maple
ALOHA BLUE HYBRID. Bred for compactness and pack performance, Aloha also delivers excellent garden performance. 2
Ageratum Hawaii Blue
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Aster Astoria Mix
Aster Pinocchio Mix
ALYSSUM, Lobularia maritima COOL
WARM 8-10 days
CRYSTALS. Fleuroselect 4-inch by 8- to 10-inch plants smothered by large, pure white blooms. Good shelf life. Award Winner.
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0068-SD—2500 sds $6.25 5000 sds $11.25 / 10,000 sds $21.25 25,000 sds $48.75
WONDERLAND. Dwarf, very uniform in habit and bloomtime, this award-winning series offers fragrant blooms on 3-inchtall, 8-inch-wide plants.
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0060-SD—Blue (A) 0086-SD—Copper (B) 0077-SD—Deep Purple (C) 0052-SD—Deep Rose Improved. 0082-SD—Lavender Improved. (D) 0071-SD—Pastel Pink 0072-SD—Pink (E) 0122-SD—Mulberry Mix. Lavender, Purple,
PERFECTA. Eye-catching combination of yellow and scarlet upper leaves and green, yellow, and chocolate brown lower leaves. 0089-SD—1000 sds $1.95 2000 sds $3.50 / 5000 sds $8.00
2479-SD—2000 sds $1.95 5000 sds $4.50
ASTER, Callistephus chinensis WARM
For sale in packs, start 6 to 7 weeks prior to anticipated sales date. Grow on at 60° F and sell green. Asters like full sun. For Aster Crop Time Chart, see page 10.
CLEAR CRYSTAL™. A tetraploid series with more vigor than traditional varieties. Large-flowered and fragrant, reaching 8- to 10-inches tall and 12- to 14-inches across. No PGR’s necessary.
ASTORIA MIX. Early, single Asters that open uniformly. Made for greenhouse or poly tunnel growth, they offer masses of 3-inch blooms with yellow centers on sturdy stems. 28-inch tall plants flower in midsummer. Blue, carmine, rose, deep blue, pink and white.
0040-SD—Mix. All colors listed plus white. Any WONDERLAND above, each: 5000 sds $6.50 / 10,000 sds $11.70 25,000 sds $27.65
51026-SD—Lavender Shades 51027-SD—Purple Shades 51028-SD—White 51029-SD—Mix
Any CLEAR CRYSTAL™ above, each: 1000 sds $4.75 / 2500 sds $10.95 5000 sds $20.20
Alyssum Wonderland Mix
0232-SD—1000 sds $4.50 2000 sds $8.10
Alyssum Clear Crystal™ Series
AUTUMNS TOUCH. 2-foot flower plumes sport a bright pistachio shade with dark bronze tips. They appear over a long, late season and remain on the plant until nipped back by frost.
Alyssum Snow Crystals
PURPLE KNIGHT. (A. dentata.) Easyto-grow, economical seed version of the popular vegetative variety showcases striking, dark purple foliage that reaches 16 to 20 inches tall and 2 to 3 feet wide. Use this exceptionally heat-tolerant variety as an accent, in mixed containers or in borders. 90% + germination rate. Croptime: Plugs 5 weeks - 4" pot - 11-12 weeks. 0216-SD—100 sds $21.50 250 sds $49.45 / 500 sds $91.40
PINOCCHIO MIX. Fleuroselect Award Winner. Dwarf, 6-inch plants with 3-inch
blooms of red, rose, pink, lavender, white and yellow. Double flowers have incurved, rounded, dense petals.
Amaranthus Autumns Touch
0213-SD—500 sds $3.50 1000 sds $6.30 / 2000 sds $11.90
OPUS. Impressive peony-like, 4- to 5-inch blooms begin white with pink tips with the color gradually intensifying with age. Bushy plants reach 24- to-32-inches. 0207-SD—500 sds $2.25 1000 sds $4.05 / 2000 sds $7.65
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Bacopa Blutopia Blue
BACOPA UTOPIA. Finally Bacopa from seed! Perfect for baskets or containers, these exciting selections provide easy crop scheduling, and no pinching. Blutopia is ten days earlier and more mounded in habit than Snowtopia. Expect two or more seedlings per cell from multi-seed pellets. M
BIG™ Green Leaf Red
BIG™. Revolutionary landscape type takes sun or shade! Robust plants cover themselves in 2½-inch flowers. Finish in 4 inch or gallon containers for a premium price. P elleted 2839-SD—Red
EUREKA™. A great pick for strong germination, excellent seedling vigor, and uniform growth with full rounded habit and profuse flowering. Will fill in flats in cooler, lower light conditions but still thrive in the stress of the hottest summer. P elleted GREEN LEAF
4117-SD—Rose 4118-SD—Soft Pink 4119-SD—Pink
4121-SD—Scarlet 4122-SD—White 4123-SD—Formula Mix
Eureka™ Green Leaf Pink 14 14
Eureka™ Green Leaf Scarlet
Eureka™ Bronze Leaf Scarlet
4105-SD—Rose 4111-SD—White 4106-SD—Soft Pink 4112-SD—Formula Mix 4108-SD—Pink 4125-SD—Complete Mix 4109-SD—Scarlet Green & bronze leaf. Any EUREKA™ above, each: 1000 sds $11.25 / 2000 sds $20.25 5000 sds $47.80 / 10,000 sds $87.75
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Very small seed germinates readily if kept moist and warm. Sow on a light, well-drained medium and do not cover seeds. Keep soil temperature above 70°F, with the surface uniformly moist (use warm water). Liquid fertilize lightly when seedlings emerge. About 6 weeks after sowing, transplant into a light medium and grow at a minimum temperature of 60°F. If grown during summer, provide greenhouse shade. For Fibrous-Rooted Begonia Crop Time Chart, see page 10. COCKTAIL. (Bronze Leaf.) Dwarf plants, 5 to 6 inches tall, with bronze-toned foliage that contrasts well with freely borne, 1¼-inch flowers. 2744-SD—Brandy Improved. Pink. 2740-SD—Gin. Rose-pink. 2739-SD—Rum. White w/rose edge. new 2753-SD—Tequila. Deep rose. 2741-SD—Vodka. Red. 2742-SD—Whiskey. White.
Cocktail Mix new
2743-SD—Mix Any COCKTAIL above, each: 1000 sds $10.75 / 2000 sds $19.35 5000 sds $45.70 / 10,000 sds $83.85
P elleted 2702-SD—Brandy Imp. 2699-SD—Vodka 2701-SD—Gin 2700-SD—Whiskey 2698-SD—Rum 2703-SD—Mix new 2725-SD—Tequila. Deep rose.
Bada Boom® Mix
Any COCKTAIL Pelleted above, each: 1000 sds $13.75 / 2000 sds $24.75 5000 sds $58.40 / 10,000 sds $107.25
BADA. With a strong branching habit, these plants fill flats faster- up to 2 weeks earlier than some popular varieties. Whether you choose the green-leaved Bing® or bronze-leaved Boom®, or both, the timing, uniformity and bloom power will make for excellent bench run sales. Compact plants grow 8-10 inches tall and 6-8 inches wide. P elleted 51060-SD—Bing® Mix. Green leaf. 51061-SD—Boom® Mix. Bronze leaf. Any BADA above, each: 1000 sds $11.25 / 2000 sds $20.25 5000 sds $47.80 / 10,000 sds $87.75
PIZZAZZ. (Green Leaf.) A Park Exclusive! If you only grow one Begonia, make it Pizzazz! Pizzazz is outstanding for bedding in sun or shade, and flourishes even in hot summers, whether North or South. The reddest red ever. Colors bloom early and within 4 days of each other, at just 3 inches high: 15 weeks in the pack, 18 weeks in 4-inch pots. Compact plants grow 8 to 10 inches high and are covered in nonfading, 1½-inch flowers until hard frost.
Bada Bing® Mix
A PARK EXCLUSIVE!
2680-SD—Deep Rose 2682-SD—Red 2681-SD—Pink 2683-SD—White 2684-SD—Mix Any PIZZAZZ above, each: 1000 sds $7.95 / 2000 sds $14.30 5000 sds $33.80 / 10,000 sds $62.00
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BEGONIA, Angel Wing Hybrids WARM
DRAGON WING™. The Best Angel-Wing for Baskets or Bedding! (B. x hybrida.) This heat- and sun-tolerant angel-wing is great in large containers or hanging baskets. It offers huge, pendulous blossoms covering wellbranched 12- to 15-inch plants with large, glossy green leaves. Adaptable to the garden bed, too. Grow in filtered sun to partial shade. Goes from seed to ready-to-sell baskets in only 16 weeks. *Call your Rep for detailed growing information! P elleted 0321-SD—Pink 0300-SD—Red Any DRAGON WING above, each: 50 sds $13.75 / 100 sds $24.75 500 sds $107.25 / 1000 sds $192.50
Dragon Wing™ Red
BABY WING. (B. x hybrida.) The most heat-and stress-tolerant Angel Wing yet, this early bloomer is a favorite among hot-climate growers. Setting blooms 2 weeks earlier than Dragon Wing, this maintenance-free landscape variety offers continuous color all summer. Greater density saves space on the bench. Oval habit just 12 to 15 inches high, and 10 to 12 inches wide is ideal for baskets and containers. Blooms emerge from rosy buds held well above small, Dragon-Wing type leaves. Attractive leaf bronzing in full sun. Blooms in 12 to 14 weeks. P elleted 0315-SD—Pink 0388-SD—White Any BABY WING above, each: 100 sds $24.95 / 500 sds $106.00 / 1000 sds $194.00
new GRYPHON. Versatile and easy to grow tropical! For garden or
Baby Wing™ Pink
houseplant sales in a variety of pots sizes, ranging from 4” up to impressive baskets and specimens. Attractive silver and green foliage is dramatic on plants that reach 16” high and wide. P elleted 4128-SD—50 sds $13.75 / 100 sds $24.75 / 500 sds $107.25
BEGONIA, Tuberous-Rooted Hybrids WARM
Dragon Wing™ Pink
Baby Wing™ White new
Sow seed in flats January 1 for blooming 4-inch pots in 4 to 6 months. Grow at a minimum of 65º F nights, 75º F days, providing 4 to 5 hours of supplemental light through mid-March, and ample humidity. When four leaves develop, transplant to 21/4-inch pots, then shift to 4- to 6-inch pots when larger. Hanging types may be set 3 to 5 in a 10-inch basket. For Tuberous-Rooted Begonia Crop Time Chart, see page 10. NONSTOP. The brightest colors on huge, fully double blooms (3½ to 4½ inches across) on a uniform basal-branching habit. Highest customer name recognition! Sow in November to January for blooms in April to June. P elleted 2736-SD—Appleblossom.
Pink buds, white flowers, pink backs. 2737-SD—Apricot 2730-SD—Bright Red 2726-SD—Deep Red.
The darkest, richest red yet!
Nonstop Mocca Mix
2738-SD—Rose Petticoat 2759-SD—Deep Salmon 2760-SD—White 2731-SD—Yellow 2735-SD—Mix
2732-SD—Golden Orange 2745-SD—Orange 2757-SD—Pink Any NONSTOP above, each: 100 sds $6.75 / 200 sds $12.15 500 sds $28.70 / 1000 sds $52.65
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NONSTOP MOCCA 2799-SD—Pink Shades 2786-SD—Deep Orange 2793-SD—Scarlet 2794-SD—White 2795-SD—Yellow 2797-SD—Mix Any NONSTOP Mocca above, each: 100 sds $6.75 / 200 sds $12.15 500 sds $28.70 / 1000 sds $52.65
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new look for tuberous begonias! There are so many more flowers on these compact, branching plants that it is being called a multiflora begonia! The flowers and leaves are a bit smaller, making for a neater, more rounded habit, with flowers on all sides. Finish 4-inch pots one to two weeks earlier than traditional tuberous types. P elleted 51063-SD—Red 51064-SD—Rose 51065-SD—White 51066-SD—Yellow 51062-SD—Mix Any New Star above, each: 100 sds $6.25 / 200 sds $11.25 500 sds $26.55 / 1000 sds $48.75
ILLUMINATION. Great hangingbasket variety with freely-branching stems up to 2 feet long that cascade over the sides of pots. Plants are covered all season from top to bottom with 3-inch double flowers and slender foliage, even during the hottest weather. 19 weeks from seed to first flower; 25 weeks to produce a saleable basket (use 3 to 4 plants per 10-inch basket). P elleted 2704-SD—Apricot 2710-SD—Rose 2729-SD—Orange 2769-SD—Scarlet 2728-SD—Salmon Pink 2711-SD—White 2709-SD—Mix Any ILLUMINATION above, each: 100 sds $9.50 / 200 sds $17.10 500 sds $40.40 / 1000 sds $74.10
BIRD OF PARADISE, Strelitzia reginae WARM
68°-86° 60-120 days
BIRD OF PARADISE. Very long –lasting, colorful blooms, up to 4 inches across are superb cut flowers. It also makes an excellent tropical houseplant. Reaches 4 feet tall. Can take 3 or more years from sowing to bloom. Clip off orange fuzz before sowing. 1958-SD—50 sds $11.95 250 sds $50.80
BELLS. Well-branched 10- to 12-inch plants are easy to grow, with masses of 1½-inch flowers all summer in part shade. Grow at 60º F and keep slightly dry to avoid damping off. Packs: 11 to 13 weeks; 5-inch pots: 13 to 15 weeks; 10-inch baskets: 17 to 20 weeks. 2790-SD—Blue Bells. Amethyst-blue. 2791-SD—Marine Bells. Indigo-blue. 2804-SD—Silver Bells. Pure white. 0345-SD—Jingle Bells Mix. Includes Blue, Marine and Silver. Any BELLS above, each: 500 sds $7.25 / 1000 sds $13.05
Fleuroselect Gold Medal Winners.
Blooms in just 15-16 weeks — the only variety to do so without a cold period! 2- to 3-foot tall and 1-foot wide plants have extensive basal branching yet need no support; prefer sun and cool weather. Cup-shaped 1½-inch blooms arise profusely on tall stalks.
Begonia Illumination Mix new
P elleted 0435-SD—Blue 0437-SD—Lavender 0436-SD—Pink 0450-SD—White 0440-SD—Mix Any CHAMPION above, each: 100 sds $12.75 / 500 sds $54.20
CALENDULA officinalis, Pot Marigold COOL
For sale in packs, sow 7 weeks prior to sale date. For spring greenhouse bloom, sow early January. Sow August for midwinter cutting. Best grown cool (45°-50°F) and disbudded for larger flowers. Prefers sun to part-shade in garden settings. For Calendula Crop Time Chart, see page 10.
Bird of Paradise
Begonia New Star
BON BON. Blooms 10 to 14 days earlier than others! Compact 12-inch plants bear 2½- to 3-inch blooms. Self-cleaning. Needs no B-9 if grown cool. 0368-SD—Apricot 0375-SD—Light Yellow 0367-SD—Orange 0366-SD—Yellow 0365-SD—Mix Any BON BON above, each: 500 sds $4.75 / 1000 sds $8.55
Browallia Jingle Bells Mix
MANDARIN TWIST. Compact plants cover themselves with large, fully double flowers. Striking orange color is ideal for bedding plant sales or containers. Reaches 10˝ tall. 51097-SD—500 sds $6.95 1000 sds $12.50
Campanula Champion Mix
BROWALLIA speciosa, Bush Violet WARM
CAMPANULA medium, Canterbury Bells
Excellent for 4-inch pots, blooming in 100 to 120 days when grown unpinched. Grow in sun to part-shade. Sow 14 weeks ahead for 4-inch pots, 16 weeks for 6-inch pots, 10 weeks for packs. Transplant in 10 to 14 days and grow cool; do not over-fertilize or over-water. Cycocel-responsive.
Calendula Mandarin Twist
Calendula Bon Bon Yellow
CAN CAN SCARLET. 2003 AAS Winner and Fleuroselect Winner. Spicy fragrance and fully double 2-inch blooms! Long bloom period continuing into fall. Plants 12 to 14 inches tall and wide. SELECTIONS
0465-SD—100 sds $27.95 200 sds $50.30 / 500 sds $118.80
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Ornamental Cabbage Color-up Purple
Ornamental Cabbage Color-Up Mix
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ORNAMENTAL CABBAGE COOL
(Brassica oleracea.) Bold color for accent and pattern plantings or for pots and containers. To sell in 6- to 8-inch Azalea pots (great for centerpieces), start seeds 3½ months before sales date. Cover seeds very lightly. To transplant, set seedlings deep, up to beginning of leaves, into 2¼-inch pots. Grow at 50-60 F°, withholding nitrogen. For Ornamental Cabbage and Kale Crop Time Chart, see page 11 COLOR-UP HYBRIDS. A Park Exclusive! It’s quick to color, the slowest to bolt, has the most intense color and doesn’t head-up under adverse growing conditions. Uniform plants with 10-inch height and 12-inch spread.
Ornamental Cabbage Osaka Mix
0885-SD—Pink 0882-SD—White 0848-SD—Purple 0853-SD—Mix 0884-SD—Red Any COLOR-UP above, each: 250 sds $8.75 / 500 sds $15.75 / 1000 sds $29.75 2500 sds $68.25 / 5000 sds $122.50
0941-SD—Pink 0944-SD—White 0943-SD—Red 0936-SD—Mix Any OSAKA above, each: 500 sds $8.95 / 1000 sds $16.10
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TROPICAL. A Fraction of the Cost of Rhizomes! Large, 3- to 4-inch blooms, this dwarf sun-loving plant reaches only 2½ feet tall, spreading about 18 inches. It can be grown in gallon containers, 6-inch pots and even 4-inch pots. Seed is large and scarified; sow 2 seeds per cell. Grows rapidly under warm conditions, showing first flowers in only 90 days from sowing. For Canna Crop Time Chart, see page 10. 0447-SD—Red 0433-SD—Yellow. With pink flecks. 0443-SD—Rose 0466-SD—White 0446-SD—Salmon Any TROPICAL above, each: 25 sds $11.95 / 50 sds $21.50 / 100 sds $40.60
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See Ornamental Cabbage on page 18. For Ornamental Cabbage and Kale Crop Time Chart, see page 11. NAGOYA HYBRIDS (EMPEROR). This well-known fringeleaved series displays uniform habit and growth, and excellent cold tolerance. 12 inches tall and 12 to 18 inches wide.
1105-SD—Red 1106-SD—Rose 1107-SD—White 1109-SD—Mix Any NAGOYA above, each: 500 sds $9.95 / 1000 sds $17.55 2500 sds $41.40 / 5000 sds $76.05
CORAL HYBRIDS. This feather-leaved type displays large heads, up to 12 inches tall and wide, that are supported by thick, sturdy stems. For most intense color, set out in July or August. Great for mass plantings. 1095-SD—Prince. Green and white. 1086-SD—Queen. Green and coral red. (Not pictured)
Ornamental Kale Nagoya Rose, White and Red
Any CORAL above, each: 500 sds $12.75 / 1000 sds $22.95
PEACOCK HYBRIDS. A feather leaved variety with a large head supported by a thick, sturdy stem. Approximately 12 inches high, the pinnate leaves are all finely serrated or deeply notched. Excellent severe cold tolerance. 1096-SD—Red 1097-SD—White Any PEACOCK above, each: 500 sds $15.00 / 1000 sds $27.90
Ornamental Kale Chidori White
Ornamental Kale Coral Prince
CHIDORI HYBRIDS. This fringed type has leaf edges that are finely ruffled. 12 to 18 inches tall and wide. Very uniform! 0846-SD—Red 0847-SD—White Any CHIDORI above, each: 250 sds $7.25 / 500 sds $13.05 / 1000 sds $24.65
LUCIR HYBRIDS. A totally new type of cutting kale with shiny, glossy leaves. It has all the great features of Crane, too! 51516-SD—Rose 51517-SD—White Any LUCIR above, each: 250 sds $17.95 / 500 sds $32.30 / 1000 sds $61.00
Ornamental Kale Lucir White
Ornamental Kale Peacock White
CRANE HYBRIDS. 5 months from sow to harvest. (Cutting Type) Extend the cutflower season into late fall with these tricolor, 3- to 7-inch rosettes, arising on sturdy 2-foot stems. Very long-lasting. Call for detailed growing information. 0877-SD—Bicolor 0836-SD—Pink 0845-SD—Red 0818-SD—Rose. Rosy centers with dark gray-green outer leaves. 0870-SD—White Any CRANE above, each: 250 sds $8.25 / 500 sds $14.85 / 1000 sds $28.05
Ornamental Kale Lucir Rose
Ornamental Kale Crane Bicolor
REDBOR HYBRID. 65 days. Amazing color on curled tender leaves that turn dark red in cool weather. 24 to 26 inches. Use as an ornamental, too.
5140-SD—250 sds $7.95 500 sds $14.30 / 1000 sds $27.05
WINTERBOR HYBRID. 65 days. Tasty flavor makes this fall-towinter green a salad treat (light frost actually improves the taste!) Frilly blue-green foliage reaches 3’ high, 2’ wide. 5733-SD—250 sds $3.95 500 sds $7.10 / 1000 sds $13.45
Ornamental Kale Crane Red
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CELOSIA, Cockscomb WARM
Seeding too early or cold temperatures can cause plants to flower prematurely. Celosia is very sensitive to drying out. Cover lightly with sowing medium and keep moist. Grow on at 65° to 70°F. Heat tolerant plants prefer full sun. For Celosia Crop Time Chart, see page 10.
C. argentea PLUMOSA, PLUMED VARIETIES
KIMONO. Jewel-like colors glow on 8-inch plants. Very uniform, dwarf plant habit, with a proportionately large 5- to 9-inch plume size.
2853-SD—Cherry Red 2871-SD—Cream 2855-SD—Orange 2858-SD—Salmon 2859-SD—Salmon Pink Any KIMONO above, each: 1000 sds $9.95 / 2000 sds 10,000 sds $77.60
2851-SD—Scarlet 2852-SD—Red. Bronze foliage. 2856-SD—Rose 2861-SD—Yellow 2872-SD—Mix. All colors.
NEW LOOK. AAS Winner. Large, glowing red plumes and dark bronze foliage! Bushy, basal-branching habit, 15 to 18 inches tall, looks great in pot & pack. ALL AMERICA WINNER
0522-SD—1000 sds $4.75 / 2000 sds $8.55
FRESH LOOK. An all time Park Trials favorite! The perfect green leaf companions to New Look, all colors offer superior garden performance, well-branched habit, and high germination. C oated ALL AMERICA
0472-SD—Gold 0484-SD—Yellow 0473-SD—Mix 0478-SD—Orange 0480-SD—Red 0527-SD—Fashion Look Mix. Includes New Look. Any FRESH LOOK above, each: 500 sds $5.25 / 1000 sds $9.45 / 2000 sds $17.85
CASTLE. A uniform 12 inches high and wide, with densely packed 5- to 9-inch spires throughout the summer. 0495-SD—Orange 0493-SD—Scarlet 0497-SD—Pink 0492-SD—Yellow 0494-SD—Mix Any CASTLE above, each: 1000 sds $9.95 / 2500 sds $22.90 / 5000 sds $42.50
new SMART LOOK ROMANTICA. An entirely new color in Celosia-
Fresh Fashion Look Mix
not pink, not salmon, not rose- not readily dismissed! The same great performance as the Look series, but with a slightly more compact habit, and striking red stems.
0470-SD—500 sds $6.25 / 1000 sds $11.25
C. argentea Cristata, CRESTED VARIETIES
BOMBAY MIX. Huge, 4- to 6-inch blooms in colors of fire, orange, pink, purple, rose, salmon, velvet and yellow-gold. Last up to 3 weeks in a vase and are great for drying. Heat-tolerant plants, 40 to 48 inches tall and 18 inches wide, bloom from summer till frost. 2883-SD—100 sds $13.75 / 200 sds $24.75 / 500 sds $58.40 1000 sds $107.25
Smart Look Romantica
Jewel Box™ Mix
GENESIS. Vibrant colors, strong stems, and organically produced. Perfect for cutting, reaching 30 inches with 4 inch blooms.
4875-SD—Orange Peach 4876-SD—Red Flame Any GENESIS above, each: 500 sds $4.95 / 1000 sds $8.90
JEWEL BOX™ MIX. This extra-dwarf, crested Celosia makes a superb bedding plant! 4- 6-inch crested flowers on 6-inch plants, in carmine, red, golden yellow, deep salmon and orange. The red has deep bronze foliage. 0496-SD—500 sds $8.25 / 1000 sds $14.85 / 5000 sds $64.35
AMIGO. Velvety flowerheads 8 to 10 inches across! Growing just 6 inches high, Amigo excels in packs, 4-inch pots, and the garden.
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$17.90 / 5000 sds $42.30
Any CENTURY above, each: 2500 sds $19.95 / 5000 sds $35.90 / 10,000 sds $67.85
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WHEAT VARIETIES KOSMO HYBRIDS. Kosmo is the first genetically dwarf spicata-type Celosia, which makes it very suitable for pot and pack culture. The compact plant has an elegant central spike surrounded by many smaller spikes. Flowers in 12-14 weeks, with no growth retardants or pinching needed! A Park Trials favorite!
Celosia Kosmo Purple Red
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SUMMER SKIES. A true-blue trailer for containers that takes the heat and humidity! The ½-inch azure flowers with yellow eyes arrive only 10 weeks from sowing and last all season. Reaches 8 to 10 inches tall and cascades 12 to 18 inches.
Chaenarrhinum Summer Skies
Cleome Sparkler Mix
0565-SD—250 sds $7.50 / 500 sds $13.50 1000 sds $25.50
CINERARIA, Pericallis x hybrid COOL
JESTER. Compact and rounded, 8 inches tall and 12 inches wide, with neat, daisy-like 1- to 1½-inch flowers. Sow Sept. through Dec. for sales in Jan. through April. Fills 5- or 6-inch pots without use of plant hormones. For Cineraria Crop Time Chart, see page 10. 0514-SD—Blue Bicolor 0516-SD—Carmine Bicolor 0519-SD—Crimson Bicolor 0529-SD—Pure Pink 0530-SD—Pink Bicolor 0548-SD—Pure Blue 0547-SD—Pure Carmine 0546-SD—Pure Light Yellow 0504-SD—Royal Bicolor Shades. Rosy tones. 0535-SD—Scarlet Bicolor 0502-SD—Pure White 0512-SD—Mix Any JESTER above, each:100 sds $8.95 500 sds $38.00 / 1000 sds $69.80
CLEOME hassleriana, Spider Flower WARM
Heat-, sun- and drought-tolerant, Cleome is an economical, long-blooming crop. Easy to start, it’s ready to sell green in spring, 8-10 weeks after sowing. For Cleome Crop Time Chart, see page 10. SPARKLER HYBRIDS. Dwarf Habit and Long Bloom from the First F1 Hybrid! This series is larger than life, from the Goldstart seed (enhanced primed) to the uniform habit and long bloomtime. Huge 4- to 6-inch flower clusters on neat, petite plants! It is ready for sale in 6-inch or larger pots just 10 to 12 weeks from sowing. Plants reach 3½ to 4 feet tall, 1½ feet wide. Note: Seed must be properly stored and sown within 6 months of receipt. P rimed 0570-SD—Blush. Pink with a flush of white. 0574-SD—Lavender 0561-SD—White 0559-SD—Rose 0571-SD—Mix Any SPARKLER above, each: 100 sds $14.50 / 500 sds $61.65 1000 sds $113.10 ALL AMERICA
Coleus Carefree Mix
Cineraria Jester Mix
(Solenostemon scutellarioides.) A popular shade bedding plant. Also superb as pot plants and in hanging baskets, Coleus is easy to grow and has a long shelf life. Germinating: For best results, germinate above 70 -75 F° and grow on at a steady night temperature of 60 F°. As Coleus is subject to damping off, we recommend a post-transplant fungicidal drench. Pinch out flower buds when they form. For Coleus Crop Time Chart, see page 10. CAREFREE MIX. Self-branching 12-inch plants stay uniform without pinching. Brilliant lobed foliage in a blend of jade, gold, red and pastels.
Coleus Black Dragon
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PARK’S BRILLIANT MIX. More vigorous and vibrant than any other! 18 to 20 inches tall at maturity, in combinations of red, rose, pink, bronze, yellow and purple. 3018-SD—500 sds $4.95 1000 sds $8.90 / 2000 sds $16.85
BLACK DRAGON. This Coleus has the look of a vegetative variety with the economy of seed! 12 inch plants display serrated, red leaves with a purplish-black edge. 3011-SD—500 sds $7.95 1000 sds $14.30 / 2000 sds $27.05 5000 sds $62.00
Coleus Park’s Brilliant Mix
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KONG. This exciting coleus features HUGE leaves on a plant that stays a dwarf 18 inches in the garden! With good basal branching, Kong is ideal for indoor and outdoor containers and for landscaping. 4½-inch pots ready in 8-10 weeks, gallons in 12-14 weeks. Does best in full shade. P elleted
51120-SD—Green 3012-SD—Mosaic 51121-SD—Red 2974-SD—Rose 51122-SD—Salmon Pink 2975-SD—Scarlet 51123-SD—Empire Mix. Red, rose, salmon pink and scarlet. Any KONG above, each: 100 sds $22.25 / 500 sds $94.55 / 1000 sds $173.55
CHOCOLATE SPLASH. Bright green foliage is splashed with chocolate in an eye-catching pattern. Excellent for mixed containers in shade to part sun. It also pairs well with Dark Chocolate and Chocolate mint. Plants reach 12-16 inches in height and width. P elleted 51124-SD—100 sds $22.25 / 500 sds $94.55 / 1000 sds $173.55
CHOCOLATE MINT. Cocoa colored leaves edged in mint green grace this easy to grow shade lover. At a size between Wizard and Kong, the upright plants reach 14 inches tall and 12 inches wide. P elleted 51125-SD—100 sds $22.25 / 500 sds $94.55 / 1000 sds $173.55
FAIRWAY. Late to flower, so it remains saleable longer. Compact, dwarf plants, 8 to 10 inches high, bear leaves slightly smaller than others. 3027-SD—Magic 3031-SD—Mosaic. Mottled red, green and cream. 3033-SD—Red Velvet 3032-SD—Rose 3029-SD—Ruby. Red with green edge. 3028-SD—Yellow 3035-SD—Mix Any FAIRWAY above, each: 500 sds $6.25 / 1000 sds $11.25 / 2000 sds $21.25
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COLEUS, Continued GIANT EXHIBITION. Big, Dramatic Foliage! Plants reach only 12 to 15 inches high and wide, but the leaves are gigantic — 6 to 7 inches long and 4 inches wide! Growth is trouble-free, and plants are ready in 13 weeks. Pinch to prevent premature flowering. 3003-SD—Limelight. Bright chartreuse. 2990-SD—Palisandra. Velvety black leaves. 51128-SD—Rustic Red 3008-SD—Tartan 2989-SD—Complete Mix. 8 varieties in hues from
lime-green to marble multicolor!
Any GIANT EXHIBITION above, each: 100 sds $9.95 / 250 sds $22.90 500 sds $42.30 / 1000 sds $77.60
WIZARD. Compact, late-flowering plant that requires no pinching. Reaches 10 to 12 inches high at maturity, showing color just 8 weeks from sowing. Rose and Velvet are also fine choices for interiorscape color. 3034-SD—Coral Sunrise 2980-SD—Golden. Deep yellow w/green tinge. 2983-SD—Jade. Ivory leaves, edged in green. 2976-SD—Mosaic. Mottled red, green, and cream. 3019-SD—Pastel. Pink marbled with deep bronze;
Giant Exhibition Limelight
Giant Exhibition Complete Mix
2984-SD—Pineapple. Deep yellow-green with scarlet
veins and often a touch of bronze on serrated edges.
3020-SD—Pink 2982-SD—Rose. Rose and ivory, edged green. 2971-SD—Scarlet. Rich bronze red w/ pale green edge. 2981-SD—Sunset. Brilliant apricot. 3007-SD—Velvet. Maroon with red veining and
thin green edge.
2986-SD—Mix. A formula blend of 12 colors. Any WIZARD above, each: 500 sds $6.95 / 1000 sds $12.50 2500 sds $29.55 / 5000 sds $54.20
VERSA. Unique new series that gives you the benefits of vegetative varieties at a reduced cost! Versa is sun-tolerant and has delayed flowering. The well-branched plants and brilliantly colored leaves fill landscapes with color. Plants reach 20-32 inches tall and 18-22 inches wide. P elleted 51141-SD—Burgundy to Green 51142-SD—Crimson Gold 51143-SD—Green Halo 51144-SD—Lime 51145-SD—Rose to Lime 51146-SD—Watermelon 51147-SD—Mix Any VERSA above, each: 100 sds $19.95 / 500 sds $84.80 1000 sds $155.60
Wizard Coral Sunrise
Giant Exhibition Palisandra
Our Best Selling Compact Variety!
Giant Exhibition Rustic Red & Tartan
Versa Rose to Lime
Versa Burgundy to Green
Versa Crimson Gold
Versa Green Halo
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COSMOS Cosmos Sonata Mix
For Cosmos Crop Time Chart, see page 10.
C. bipinnatus SONATA. Fleuroselect Award Winner. This dwarf beauty matures at
only 2 feet tall, with a 15-inch spread. Blooms are 2¾ to 3 inches in diameter. Flowers in the pack without harming garden performance. Great for cutting or as a container plant. Blooms in just 10 weeks from seed. 0645-SD—Carmine 0647-SD—Pink 0646-SD—Pink Blush
Any SONATA above, each: 500 sds $19.95 / 1000 sds $35.90 2000 sds $67.85
Cosmos Double Click Rose Bonbon
DOUBLE CLICK. Double and semidouble blooms are great for cutting. These 20-22 inch wide plants reach 4 feet in height. Very floriferous and great for borders as well.
Cosmos Double Click Mix
new 0581-SD—Rose Bonbon new 0584-SD—Snow Puff 0580-SD—Mix
Any DOUBLE CLICK above, each: 500 sds $11.50 / 1000 sds $20.70 2000 sds $37.25
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SPIKES. (syn. Dracaena indivisa.) Curving 3- to 6-foot foliage is a key filler for planters, and an excellent center accent for color bowls. Landscape plant in drier parts of Zones 8-10. Fast-growing when young. Germinate at 86° days and 68° nights.
and semi-double blooms are produced all season on stocky, well-branched plants growing 12 to 22 inches tall, 12 to 17 inches wide. Heat- and drought-tolerant, and virtually pest-free.
0638-SD—Orange. 2000 AAS Winner. 0625-SD—Red 0639-SD—Yellow 0618-SD—Mix Any COSMIC above, each: 500 sds $7.25 / 1000 sds $13.05 2000 sds $24.65 / 5000 sds $56.55
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DAHLIA pinnata WARM
Seeds sown in January/February will flower on compact plants. To initiate buds, those sown later (during longer days) should be shaded to limit light to 10 to 11 hours a day for 4 weeks. Grow on at 60ºF. For Dahlia Crop Time Chart, see page 10. BLACK BEAUTY. A unique dahlia with black blooms that fade to mahogany red. Ideal for containers 8-inches or larger. Also useful to provide dramatic color to mixed containers. Reaches 18 inches tall. 0653-SD—100 sds $6.95 / 250 sds $16.00 500 sds $29.55
HELLO HYBRIDS. Absolutely covered with full, semi-double blooms. F¹ vigor and uniformity, and great greenhouse and garden performance. The perfect answer for your premium program needs!.
3096-SD—Bronze Shades 3101-SD—Yellow Shades 3097-SD—Pink Shades 3100-SD—White 3098-SD—Rose Shades 3102-SD—Gorgeous Mix 3099-SD—Scarlet Shades all colors above. Any HELLO above, each: 100 sds $26.95 / 200 sds $48.50 / 500 sds $114.55
FIGARO. 8-inch plants show color in just 70 days. Earlier than Rigoletto, the plants eventually reach 12 to 14 inches tall and wide. 2½- to 3-inch blooms in single, semidouble and double forms.
Dahlia Figaro Mix
0658-SD—Orange Shades 0672-SD—White 0666-SD—Red Shades 0683-SD—Yellow Shades 0657-SD—Violet Shades 0664-SD—Mix Any FIGARO above, each: 250 sds $7.95 / 500 sds $14.30 1000 sds $27.00 / 2500 sds $62.00
FIREWORKS™ At last, you can grow boldly striped Dahlias from seed! This delightful mix contains white, yellow, pink, and red blooms merrily striped in maroon. (A few blooms will be solid.) The plants are compact and very bushy, needing no staking. Excellent for cutflowers, and container growth. 51200-SD—100 sds $12.95 / 200 sds $23.30 / 500 sds $55.00
CYCLAMEN persicum COOL
Dahlia Hello Gorgeous Mix
Cyclamen Miracle Flame Mix
Dahlia Black Beauty
Excellent for winter pot sales. Cyclamen take from 30 to 35 weeks to flower from seed and are very sensitive to temperature and fertilizer. Grow on at 60º -65º day temps and 50º -55º night temps. Once established fertilize plants with 15-15-30 at 100ppm N. For Cyclamen Crop Time Chart, see page 10. MIRACLE HYBRID FLAME MIX. These blooms are strongly fragrant and they have unique petals with a striking picotee effect. Long-lasting 1-inch flowers form on 8- to 10-inch plants that bloom in 24 to 26 weeks. Ideal for 2½- to 5-inch pot production. 3090-SD—25 sds $11.25 / 100 sds $38.25 500 sds $157.50
CYPRESS alternifolia WARM
WILD SPIKE. The perfect foliage filler plant that is less expensive than vegetative! Use for sure sales of indoor and patio pot plants and mixed containers. Multisow in plugs, then transplant to 4- or 6-inch pots. Saleable at 11 weeks. 0386-SD—250 sds $6.25 500 sds $11.25 / 1000 sds $21.25
CUPHEA WARM 8-10 days
MATCHMAKER. Vigorous and heat tolerant, with large blooms held out above dark green foliage. A matched series of 3 colors perfect for high impact containers or long lasting landscape color, reaching 12 inches high and wide. 51131-SD—Pink 51133-SD—White 51132-SD—Scarlet Any MATCHMAKER above, each: 100 sds $8.95 / 500 sds $38.05 / 1000 sds $68.80
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DIANTHUS chinensis, China Pinks COOL
Ideal Select Red
Ideal Select Violet
Cover seed to a depth of 1/8-inch. Transplant in 10 to 14 days to inserts or packs. For more compact plants, grow cool (45º55º F). Avoid heavy feeding (It is sensitive to ammonia-based fertilizers). Blooms in response to daylength — during winter, extend the daylength 4 hours with lights. If selling in 4-inch pots, grow on for 60 days in liners after transplant before potting up. Water sparingly, especially after bud formation. Sun to part shade. For Dianthus Crop Time Chart, see page 10. IDEAL SELECT HYBRIDS. More uniform for timing and habit than the Ideal Hybrids they replace, Ideal Select provides impressive, reliable summer-long blooms in packs or pots. Vibrant colors are true customer pleasers, and their earliness and compact habit make them a top bedding plant. Outdoors, plants reach 12 inches tall. Exceptionally hardy, heat and frost resistant — good under tough conditions.
Ideal Select White Fire
4066-SD—Raspberry 4067-SD—Red 4068-SD—Rose 4069-SD—Salmon Any IDEAL SELECT above, each: 250 sds $9.95 / 500 sds $17.90 /
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DYNAMIC HYBRIDS MIX. This compact, early flowering Dianthus displays an eye-catching assortment of colors. With large flowers and a long shelf life, it is likely to be a pack growers favorite. 51206-SD—250 sds $16.75 500 sds $30.15 / 1000 sds $56.95
DIANA HYBRIDS. Large blooms (up to 3 inches) very early on tight, compact, 8 to 10 inch plants. They bloom a week or more earlier than similar Dianthus, with bigger flowers. Vigorous and low-growing, with excellent pack performance, blooming from late April till early fall. 4086-SD—Crimson. Fleuroselect Quality Mark Winner. 4088-SD—Red Centered White 4100-SD—Blueberry Any DIANA above, each: 250 sds $13.75 / 500 sds $24.75 / 1000 sds $46.75
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SUPRA HYBRIDS. Early and heat tolerant bedding plants, Supra produces vibrant 1½ inch blooms in 10 to 12 weeks. Finely fringed, the blooms are superb for cutting and look great in the garden or containers. 4099-SD—Purple Any SUPRA above, each: 100 sds $7.25 / 250 sds $16.70 500 sds $30.80 / 1000 sds $56.55
CARPET HYBRIDS. Early flowering plants grow 6 to 8 inches tall. Blooms measure up to 2½ inches across. Superb heat tolerance and self-cleaning for an extra long, maintenance-free bloom season. 0735-SD—Crimson. Deep crimson. 0737-SD—Oriental. Clear crimson with dark zoning.
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0738-SD—Rose 0740-SD—Snow. Bright white. 0734-SD—Snowfire. AAS Winner. White w/ bright red centers. 0741-SD—Mix Any CARPET above, each: 250 sds $8.25 / 500 sds $14.85 / 1000 sds $28.05
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DIANTHUS chinensis, Continued TELSTAR HYBRIDS. (D. chinensis.) Great choice for pack sales, blooming when plants are just 4 to 6 inches high — 10 weeks from sowing. Vigorous dwarf plants are covered with color all summer, growing to 10 inches tall.
0690-SD—Carmine Rose 0788-SD—Crimson. Fleuroselect Gold Medal Winner. 0688-SD—Coral 0731-SD—Picotee. AAS Winner. 0763-SD—Pink 0696-SD—Purple 0785-SD—Purple Picotee 0767-SD—Salmon 0730-SD—Scarlet 0728-SD—White 0715-SD—Mix. Fleuroselect Gold Medal Winner. Any TELSTAR above, each: 250 sds $11.25 / 500 sds $20.25 1000 sds $38.25 / 2500 sds $87.75
SUPER PARFAIT HYBRIDS. Richly colored blooms are larger than ever (more than 2 inches across), and the plants are stronger, ensuring better garden performance. Basal-branching and free-flowering, this Dianthus is perfect in the pack, 4-inch pot and mixed container.
Magic Charms Mix
Super Parfait Strawberry
Super Parfait Raspberry
Super Parfait Peppermint
0634-SD—Peppermint 0627-SD—Raspberry 0641-SD—Strawberry Any SUPER PARFAIT above, each: 100 sds $5.15 / 200 sds $9.25 / 500 sds $21.90 1000 sds $40.15 / 5000 sds $180.25
MAGIC CHARMS HYBRIDS. Fleuroselect Gold Medal Winner. Award-winning, Neat 6-inch, basal-branching plants carry a multitude of 1½-inch blooms. Blooms in packs 12 weeks after sowing; give high light intensity and grow at 50º to 65°F for short, bushy plants. 0711-SD—Coral 0713-SD—Crimson 0714-SD—Pink 0716-SD—Scarlet 0718-SD—White 0703-SD—Mix Any MAGIC CHARM above, each: 250 sds $8.75 / 500 sds $15.75 1000 sds $29.75 / 2500 sds $68.25
DULCE WHITE TO PINK (D. barbatus x chinensis.) Bred for continuous flower, heat tolerance, and fusarium tolerance, Dulce really performs. The scented flowers show a unique progression from white to pink on vigorous 12 inch plants. Sell in packs or pots. 51204-SD—100 sds $4.75 / 200 sds $8.55 500 sds $20.20 / 1000 sds $37.05
new VENTI PARFAIT CRIMSON EYE. All of the great characterisitcs of Super Parfait, with even larger, more impressive blooms. A great replacement for Corona Cherry Magic!
51216-SD—100 sds $5.15 / 200 sds $9.25 500 sds $21.90 / 1000 sds $40.15 / 5000 sds $180.25
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Venti Parfait Crimson Eye
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Dichondra Emerald Falls
FALLS. Consistently our favorite in mixed container trials! It grows super fast and combines well with many different annuals! Just 2 inches tall and cascading 2 to 3 feet, this unique foliage plant is ideal for baskets. Withstands drought and heat and recovers quickly from wilting. Branches well without pinching and finishes in 11 to 14 weeks in 4-inch pots, 4 to 6 weeks in plugs. Grow on at 65º -76º F nights. Croptime: Plugs - 5 weeks, 4˝ pot - 11-12 weeks, 10˝ basket 13-14 wks 3157-SD—Emerald. Larger leaves and less spreading habit. 3235-SD—Silver. All parts are silver. Any FALLS above, each: 100 sds $18.95 / 250 sds $43.60 500 sds $80.55
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SUNSHINE. Offers vibrant color for spring sales and mixed containers. Thrives in well-drained soil and full sun. Heavily branched plants reach 12 inches tall. 2889-SD—Orange 2890-SD—Yellow Any SUNSHINE above, each: 250 sds $4.95 / 500 sds $8.90 / 1000 sds $16.85
DUSTY MILLER Dimorphotheca Sunshine Orange
Dimorphotheca Sunshine Yellow
Heat- and frost-tolerant; may overwinter in the South. Sow 12 to 14 weeks ahead of sales date. Grow in a bright greenhouse at 60 -65 F nights. For Dusty Miller Crop Time Chart, see page 10. SILVER DUST®. (Senecio cineraria.) Very decorative, finely divided silvery foliage. 12 inches tall, uniform and compact. 0555-SD—5000 sds $3.50 / 10,000 sds $6.30 / 20,000 sds $11.90
Dusty Miller Silver Dust
4078-SD—Apricot 4079-SD—Coral Rose. 2006 AAS Winner. 4080-SD—Lavender Pink 4098-SD—Mix Any DIAMONTE™ above, each: 100 sds $22.95 / 250 sds $52.75 / 500 sds $97.55 / 1000 sds $179.00
Erysimum Bounty Primrose
CITRONA YELLOW. A low maintenance, frost tolerant Pansy Pal reaching 10-12” high and wide. Saleable packs or pots in 11-12 weeks. ®
0812-SD—100 sds $9.50 / 200 sds $17.10 / 500 sds $40.40
BOUNTY PRIMROSE. Very cold tolerant plants are compact and uniform, with dense, dark-green foliage. Large flowers cover dense flower spikes. 51228-SD—100 sds $7.95 / 250 sds $18.30 / 500 sds $33.80
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E. CINEREA. The round, blue-tinted foliage is prized for use in florists’ arrangements or for drying as an everlasting. Round, bluish foliage, ideal for pot sales. Hardy to 25°F. Full sun. Clean seed. 3179-SD—500 sds $11.95 / 1000 sds $21.50 / 2000 sds $40.65
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Thrives in heat and drought, blooming all summer. Best in full sun. Blooms in 11 to 12 weeks in packs, 12 to 15 weeks in pots. Cover seed and shade flats to exclude light. Grow on at 55º-60°F. For Gazania Crop Time Chart, see page 10. DAYBREAK HYBRIDS. Super-early — ready 1 to 3 weeks before any other Gazania! This is a very free-flowering variety, too, with 3- to 4-inch blooms in strong, bright colors, including many bicolors. At 8 inches tall and 10 inches wide, these short-stemmed plants are very compact. Clean Seed. 0863-SD—Bright Orange. Multiple award winner. 0866-SD—Bronze Improved. Bronzy - red with darker red center. 0874-SD—Garden Sun. Bicolor orange and yellow. 3148-SD—Orange Cream 3182-SD—Pink Shades 0862-SD—Red Stripe 3181-SD—Rose Stripe 3183-SD—White Improved 0864-SD—Yellow Improved 0861-SD—Mix
Gazania Daybreak Mix
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KISS HYBRIDS. A vast improvement over older series for uniformity in pack and gardens across all colors. No growth regulators are needed for this hybrid bred for its uniform and controlled habit, sturdy stems and uniform bloom times. Grows 8 to 10 inches tall and wide. Clean Seed. 3236-SD—Bronze 3242-SD—Mahogany 3238-SD—Bronze Star 3247-SD—Orange 3212-SD—Flame Mix 3261-SD—Orange Flame 3248-SD—Golden Flame 3251-SD—Rose 3240-SD—Golden Yellow Imp. 3252-SD—White 3211-SD—Lemon Shades 3260-SD—Yellow 3249-SD—Frosty White - Silver foliage. new 3214-SD—Frosty White Flame 3246-SD—Frosty Yellow - Silver foliage. 3267-SD—Kiss and Tell Mix - Golden yellow, mahogany, and rose. new 3213-SD—Frosty Flame Mix 3265-SD—Frosty Mix. Frosted foliage w/ golden yellow, white,
Gazania Kiss Lemon Shades
Gazania Kiss Frosty Mix new
orange and rose blooms. 3259-SD—Mix. All colors listed above.
Any KISS above, each: 250 sds $10.75 / 500 sds $19.35 / 1000 sds $36.55
BIG KISS™ HYBRIDS. The same great characteristics of Kiss™, with larger flowers.
Gazania Kiss Mix
Gazania Kiss Frosty White Flame
51326-SD—Yellow Flame 51327-SD—White Flame Any BIG KISS above, each: 250 sds $26.95 / 500 sds $48.50
EXACUM affine WARM
ROYAL DANE. This neatly mounding plant is great for outdoor mixed containers or indoor pot plants. ¾-inch scented flowers cover the dark green, glossy leaves. Loves the heat. Improved over older varieties for flowering and plant habit, this larger variety is ideal for 4- and 6-inch pots. 4021-SD—Blue 4022-SD—Deep Blue
Gazania Big Kiss White Flame
Gazania Big Kiss Yellow Flame
Exacum Royal Dane White
P elleted Any ROYAL DANE above, each: 100 sds $17.95 / 200 sds $32.30 / 500 sds $76.30
FERN A. densiflorus WARM
FERN SPRENGERI. (Emerald fern) Sow during late winter or early spring. When established, feed every two weeks in the summer with 20-19-18. Partial shade is helpful. Note: Germ temps are 75º at night and 85º in the day. Sprays 2 feet tall, 2 to 3 feet wide, with fragrant pinkish flowers and bright coral-red berries at Christmas. 0201-SD—250 sds $5.50 / 1000 sds $17.00 5000 sds $75.00 / 10,000 sds $135.00
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M Sc Elite Cherry
Florever™ Deep Rose
ELITE HYBRIDS. True pack-blooming Geraniums, with rounded, full heads appearing when plants are just 6½ inches tall. At maturity, the attractive foliage stands 10 inches tall, with 4-inch flowerheads 3 inches above the leaves. Ready for sale in just 12 to 13 weeks from sowing. Stays short without Cycocel, but responds to 1 application of 1500 ppm at 4 to 6 leaf stage. 10 to 12 inches tall in the garden. 3640-SD—Cherry 3639-SD—Pink 3638-SD—Red. Fleuroselect Gold Medal
3641-SD—Salmon 3637-SD—Scarlet Zonal 3649-SD—White 3621-SD—Mix Any ELITE above, each: 100 sds $15.95 / 500 sds $67.80 1000 sds $124.40
FLOREVER™. Bred to be pollen-free, Florever Geraniums rarely produce seedpods, so they flower freely and continuously many weeks longer than conventional varieties. Self-cleaning and well branched. Uniform bloom time. Reaches 14 to 16 inch height. 4171-SD—Deep Rose. Similar color to Pinto Deep Rose. 51355-SD—Scarlet 4173-SD—Salmon. Dark salmon w/ deep
4174-SD—Violet. Vivid, bright violet. Any FLOREVER above, each: 100 sds $18.95 / 500 sds $80.55 1000 sds $147.80
GERANIUM, Pelargonium x hortorum WARM
BLACK VELVET. 2002 AAS Winner. Dark chocolate-brown foliage with a bright green edge is dramatic enough to sell packs by the dozen. Blooms open 80 days from sowing. A great choice for premium 4-inch pots, this upright plant reaches 10 to 14 inches tall and 14 to 18 inches wide. Grow cool for deepest leaf color, and treat with Cycocel. 1559-SD—Appleblossom 51344-SD—Coral 1550-SD—Rose 1561-SD—Salmon Improved 1537-SD—Scarlet Any BLACK VELVET above, each: 100 sds $29.95 / 500 sds $127.30 1000 sds $233.60
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GERANIUM, Continued MAVERICK HYBRIDS. More vigorous plants with bigger 5- to 6-inch flowerheads! This is the best Geranium from seed for 4- or 6-inch pots. It’s also excellent for high-density, pot-to-pot production, bred to be very receptive to growth regulator treatments (frequent applications at low rates produce the highest quality). Fourinch pots will be ready in 13 to 14 weeks. Garden performance is superior, with well-branched plants, 16 to 18 inches tall. 3545-SD—Appleblossom 3584-SD—Coral 3668-SD—Lavender 3585-SD—Light Salmon 3609-SD—Pink 3562-SD—Orange. Replaces
3583-SD—Red 3605-SD—Salmon 3654-SD—Salmon Confetti 3582-SD—Scarlet Improved 3566-SD—Scarlet Eye 3587-SD—Star. Blush pink w/
PINTO HYBRIDS. Pintos are early to bloom and unsurpassed in 4-inch pot production, where they remain compact (12 to 14 inches tall and 12 inches wide) with the proper use of Cycocel. Outdoors, they continuously produce enormous 5½-inch flowers. 3280-SD—Bicolor. Bright red & white. 3274-SD—Blush. Warm pink flowers; lightly zoned foliage.
Pinto Scarlet Improved
3272-SD—Coral 3269-SD—Deep Rose 3276-SD—Pink. Rose pink. 3281-SD—Quicksilver. Silvery lavender. 3275-SD—Red. Dark-zoned
3282-SD—Scarlet Improved 3270-SD—Violet 3278-SD—White Any PINTO above, each: 100 sds $18.95 500 sds $80.55 1000 sds $147.80
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3581-SD—Violet 3631-SD—White 3579-SD—Mix Any MAVERICK above, each: 100 sds $15.95 500 sds $67.80 1000 sds $124.40
Maverick is the Best Selling Red Geranium!
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GERANIUM, Continued ORBIT HYBRIDS. An outstanding zone-leaf! Uniformly early to bloom, compact and base-branching, it reaches 14 inches in the garden. Large, wellrounded 4- to 5-inch flowerheads are borne throughout the season for top garden performance. Orbit makes excellent 4-inch pots. Best pack performance is at 18 plants per flat. Plants are Cycocel-responsive at 1500 ppm to give earliness and compactness. Flowers 14-16 weeks from sowing. Choose Synchro™ colors for uniformity at its best. 1503-SD—Appleblossom Synchro™ 1506-SD—Cardinal 1490-SD—Cherry 1491-SD—Coral 1511-SD—Deep Salmon 1499-SD—Glow. Vibrant Cherry Red. 1510-SD—Hot Pink Synchro™ 3636-SD—Light Salmon 1504-SD—Orchid Any ORBIT above, each: 100 sds $16.75 / 500 sds $71.20 / 1000
3659-SD—Pink 1508-SD—Red 3635-SD—Rose 1515-SD—Salmon Synchro™ 1531-SD—Scarlet Synchro™ 1513-SD—Scarlet Eye 1507-SD—Violet 1532-SD—White Synchro™ 1541-SD—Mix
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3613-SD—Pink 3603-SD—Red Improved 3608-SD—Salmon 3606-SD—Scarlet 3617-SD—Scarlet Eye 3630-SD—White Improved 3629-SD—Mix
Any MULTIBLOOM above, each: 100 sds $15.95 / 500 sds $67.80 / 1000 sds $124.40
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MULTIBLOOM HYBRIDS. In just 10 weeks, Multibloom starts its incredible blooming on 3½- to 4-inch plants. Two weeks earlier than other Geraniums, and with a compact habit that saves bench space, Multibloom is a great container plant. Fully formed, 4-inch blooms are showcased against the compact plants, which never get above 8 to 10 inches tall. Very long shelf life. 3610-SD—Bright Rose 3604-SD—Capri. Coral-rose. 51341-SD—Coral CZ. Dark center zone. 3615-SD—Lavender 3616-SD—Light Salmon 3726-SD—Orchid
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GERANIUM, Continued DIVAS RIPPLE. Thick 4-inch flowerheads with brightly-speckled petals. The spots are most prominent under cool or moderate conditions; petals revert in very hot weather. No two flowers alike! Compact, 12-inch, well-branched plants. 3575-SD—Blueberry. Magenta speckled with white. 3593-SD—Raspberry. Red speckled with salmon-pink. 3596-SD—Strawberry 3563-SD—Mix
Any DIVAS RIPPLE above, each: 100 sds $19.95 / 500 sds $84.80 / 1000 sds $155.60
RINGO 2000 HYBRIDS. Shorter habit, earlier crop time and better overall performance than original Ringo. Blooms 10 days earlier and stays compact, 8 inches tall, with minimal use of Cycocel. Flowers are 4 to 5 inches across except white and lavender. Great jumbo 6-packs or 3-inch pots. 3168-SD—Cardinal 3175-SD—Pink. Rose pink. 3202-SD—Coral 3273-SD—Deep Red 3172-SD—Deep Rose 3173-SD—Deep Scarlet 3171-SD—Lavender 3174-SD—Light Salmon
3167-SD—Rose Star 3176-SD—Salmon 3180-SD—Scarlet Star 3178-SD—White 3142-SD—Mix
Any RINGO 2000 above, each: 100 sds $18.95 / 500 sds $80.55 / 1000 sds $147.80
Ringo 2000 (counter clockwise from top) Rose Star, Deep Rose, Pink, White, Salmon, and Deep Red (center)
Divas Rose Ice
Divas Ripple (clockwise from top) Strawberry, Blueberry, Raspberry
Divas Red Ice
Divas Orange Ice
DIVA ICE. (Formerly known as Horizon) Stunning frosted blooms on large flower heads appear about 14 weeks from sowing. The complete package with unusual coloration, uniform habit, and outstanding garden performance. 4722-SD—Orange Ice 4721-SD—Red Ice 4720-SD—Rose Ice
Any DIVAS ICE above, each: 100 sds $22.25 / 500 sds $94.55 / 1000 sds $173.55
BASKET GERANIUMS SUMMER SHOWERS HYBRIDS. Fleuroselect Silver Medal Award Winner. First true Ivy-Leaf Geranium from
seed — available in 5 individual colors and a mix that includes many additional shades! Very early flowering (only 15 weeks in 3- to 4-inch pots, 17 weeks for impressive hanging baskets in full flower), as well as very heavy flowering, producing big 4½- to 5-inch blooms at every node. Ideal for volume pot and basket production, with an upright habit that reaches 12 to 14 inches tall. 3646-SD—Burgundy 3656-SD—Fuchsia 3647-SD—Rose 3664-SD—White Blush. White w/ pink whiskers, matures to
Geranium Summer Showers Mix
3645-SD—Mix. Includes red, pink, rose, lavender, purple, magen-
ta, near white & white blush.
Any SUMMER SHOWERS above, each: 100 sds $49.95 / 500 sds $212.30 / 1000 sds $389.60
TORNADO HYBRIDS. (Pelargonium peltatum.) With a more profusely trailing habit than Summer Showers, Tornado is a gorgeous, economical, and trouble-free Ivy-leaf from seed! Blooming early and continuously — earlier than other trailing seed mixes — it bears single flowers in great masses over dark green foliage. Its naturally-branching habit needs no pinching, saving you time and money. 3794-SD—Bicolor Duet 3141-SD—Carmine 3642-SD—Fuchsia 3661-SD—Lilac. Soft purple w/rose marks. 3662-SD—White Improved.
3651-SD—Pink 3666-SD—Red 3634-SD—Rose 3633-SD—Mix
Any TORNADO above, each: 50 sds $29.95 / 100 sds $53.90 / 500 sds $233.60
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GERBERA jamesonii WARM
10 - 14 days
The perfect pot item for any holiday. Sow seed by following dates Halloween Thanksgiving Christmas Valentine’s Day Easter Mother’s Day July 4th
May 15 May 30 June 30 August 30 October 10 November 15 February 20
for specified holiday: Grow on at 72º-75ºF days and at least 60º-65ºF nights. Keep humidity levels at 70-75%. High light essential, with at least 13-14 hour day lengths. Gerberas like full sun. For Gerbera Crop Time Chart, see page 10.
Gerbera Festival Grower Select Mix
Festival Dark Eyed Yellow
Festival Dark Eyed Red
Gerbera Festival Spider Salmon/Red Shades (right), Fall Harvest Mix (center) & Winter Holiday Mix (left)
FESTIVAL HYBRIDS. Festival has become the standard for the industry, offering a uniform plant with multiple stems bearing sizeable flowers in the largest choice of clear, pure colors. Festival’s consistency, 95%+ germination and tight flowering window make it the #1 choice! SINGLE, LIGHT EYED 3037-SD—Apricot 3038-SD—Blush 0872-SD—Cream 3039-SD—Golden Yellow 3049-SD—Lemon 0873-SD—Orange 3036-SD—Pink 3040-SD—Red 0875-SD—Rose 3041-SD—Salmon 3042-SD—Salmon Rose 3043-SD—White Shades SINGLE, DARK EYED 51333-SD—Apricot 3044-SD—Cherry 3045-SD—Golden Yellow 3046-SD—Neon Rose 3047-SD—Orange 3048-SD—Peach 3050-SD—Pink Shades 51332-SD—Red 3051-SD—Scarlet 51334-SD—Yellow 3052-SD—Dark Eyed Mix SEMI-DOUBLE TYPES 3058-SD—Mix
Gerbera Royal Premium Mix
Mega Revolution Formula Mix
SPIDER TYPES 51335-SD—Salmon w/eye 51336-SD—Yellow 3065-SD—Salmon/Red Shades Imp 3073-SD—Yellow/Orange Shades
GERBERA, Continued MEGA REVOLUTION FORMULA MIX. Extremely large flowers, up to 4 inches across, are borne on bushy plants. Very uniform, and now the earliest on the market. Recommended for 6-inch pots or larger. 51337-SD—50 sds $34.95 100 sds $62.90 / 250 sds $148.50
ROYAL HYBRIDS. An early, floriferous, large flowering variety with uniform flowering. Will bloom approximately 14 weeks from sowing. 10-12” tall.
3110-SD—Semi Double Mix- Our Mix of Watermelon, Rose, and Pink Shades. 3089-SD—Premium Mix Any ROYAL MIX above, each: 50 sds $24.95 / 100 sds $44.90 250 sds $106.00
Easy to grow in virtually any soil in full sun, blooms will retain their form and color indefinitely, enduring drought and hot sun. Sow in March for flowers from June to frost. All Gomphrena are 12 to 24 inches tall, 12 inches wide, and boast 1½-inch flowerheads, unless noted. For Gomphrena Crop Time Chart, see page 10. GNOME. (G. globosa.) The most compact Gomphrena to date. The neat, mounded plants maintain a uniform, 8- to 10-inch height throughout the season, freely bearing flowers 1½ to 2 inches across. 3365-SD—Pink 3361-SD—Purple 3363-SD—White 3327-SD—Mix Any GNOME above, each: 500 sds $7.95 / 1000 sds $14.30 2000 sds $27.00
G. GLOBOSA. Blooms continuously throughout summer despite heat, drought, and poor soil conditions. Blooms maintain vibrant colors. (Not pictured) 0893-SD—Purple 0895-SD—Mix. White, rose, purple, lav-
ender and light pink.
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STRAWBERRY FIELDS. (G. haageana.) This Gomphrena is the first and best true red. Blooms are 2 inches across on a habit 12 inches wide and 30 to 32 inches tall.
0931-SD—500 sds $3.50 1000 sds $6.30 / 2000 sds $11.90
ALL AROUND PURPLE. An excellent choice for bloom quantity and color. Plants branch well, producing a full bodied plant that works well in containers and beds. Ideal for knee high gardens. It tolerates hot, humid summers, and holds its color even when dried. 0911-SD—500 sds $11.95 1000 sds $21.50 / 2000 sds $40.65
GYPSOPHILA muralis, Baby’s Breath COOL
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GYPSY HYBRID. AAS Winner. The first Baby’s Breath to win the AAS award! Great for bedding and mixed containers. 12- to 14-inch plants bloom in the pack or pot in 10 to 12 weeks from seed! ¼-inch blooms are mostly semi-double. Sow multiple seeds per plug, or transplant in clumps for best appearance. Grow in full sun. 0983-SD—Deep Rose 0973-SD—Pink Any GYPSY above, each: 250 sds $4.75 / 500 sds $8.55 1000 sds $16.15
SILVER MIST. (H. petiolare minus.) An economical seed form of the popular vegetative variety! Textured silver foliage and stems are ideal in mixed containers in sun. Branches without pinching. Develops into mounded 6- to 8-inch plants spreading 18 to 24 inches. 4-inch pots finish in 12 to 14 weeks. Croptime: Plugs - 7-8 weeks 4” pot - 12-14 weeks M
0965-SD—100 sds $24.95 500 sds $106.00 1000 sds $194.60
Helenium Dakota Gold
HELENIUM DAKOTA GOLD. This is a tough little beauty for a neglected landscape. Takes heat and drought while sporting bright yellow blooms and graceful threadlike foliage. Grows 12- to 14-inches tall and 15- to 16-inches wide. Only 6-8 weeks from transplanting to a 4- to 6-inch pot.
Gypsophila Gypsy Deep Rose
0940-SD—100 sds $24.95 250 sds $57.40 / 500 sds $106.05
Gypsophila Gypsy Pink
HYPOESTES phyllostachya, Polka Dot Plant WARM
Excellent for pot plants and shady borders. For 4-inch pots, start 12 weeks prior to sales date. Grow in filtered light with moderate to high humidity. Pinch growing tips to promote bushy habit. For Hypoestes Crop Time Chart, see page 10. CONFETTI. Bright, stable color pattern makes Confetti the growers’ choice for quick-selling packs, pots and color bowls. Forms a compact rosette 6 to 8 inches tall and wide in only 7-9 weeks.
Helichrysum Silver Mist
1079-SD—Carmine Rose 1085-SD—Pink 1007-SD—Red 1087-SD—White 1088-SD—Wine Red 1083-SD—Mix Any CONFETTI above, each: 500 sds $11.95 / 1000 sds $21.50
SPLASH SELECT. Improved version of Splash, with more bright color on more compact plants. 12 inches tall and 9 inches wide.
Hypoestes Splash Select Red
Hypoestes Confetti Mix
1013-SD—Pink 1014-SD—White 1117-SD—Red 1116-SD—Mix 1020-SD—Rose Any SPLASH SELECT above, each: 500 sds $12.75 / 1000 sds $22.95
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JUNGLE GOLD HYBRID. Golden yellow, orchid-like blooms stand above glossy dark green foliage on 15- to 18inch tall and wide plants. Grow in 4- to 6-inch pots in full shade. Space plants in production and feed regularly for more and better colored blooms. 1050-SD—100 sds $15.95 200 sds $28.70 / 500 sds $67.80 1000 sds $124.40
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IMPATIENS walleriana WARM
Cover lightly with vermiculite. Indirect or fluorescent lights aid germination, but do not expose to direct sun. Uniform moisture and 75º-78º F soil temperatures are vital — use a germination chamber, provide mist or cover flats with a clear cover to maintain moisture. After germination, reduce moisture and grow on at 62º-68º F. Water and fertilize sparingly to prevent stretching and encourage early flowering. Transplant 3 to 4 weeks after sowing, when plants are ½-inch tall. For Impatiens Crop Time Chart, see page 10.
How To Pick An Impatiens The Industry Standards Accent Super Elfin Best Selling Colors Red White Violet Salmon/Coral Orange Rose
ACCENT HYBRIDS. Accent offers a tremendous color range combined with uniform habit (12 to 14 inches tall and wide) and bloomtime. Color shows just 55 days after sowing, when plants are only 3 inches high. Plants are base-branching, covered with large 2-inch blooms. All Accent seed is HI-VI — high viability — producing 90%+ usable seedlings. Seed is tested in plug trays in the greenhouse — not just in a lab — and must pass high standards for seedling uniformity and germination rate before it earns the Accent name!
Want To Be Different? Athena Jungle Gold Most Heat & Sun Tolerant Blitz 3000 Our Top Trial Performers Garden: Tempo Pack: Super Elfin, Xtreme
R efined 1054-SD—Bright Eye 1045-SD—Burgundy 1027-SD—Coral Improved 1058-SD—Cranberry 1034-SD—Deep Pink Improved 1033-SD—Lavender Blue 1053-SD—Lilac 1047-SD—Midnight Rose. Dark leaved. 1031-SD—Orange 1044-SD—Pink 3349-SD—Pink Picotee 1037-SD—Red 1062-SD—Rose Improved 1032-SD—Salmon 3333-SD—Salmon Picotee 1064-SD—Scarlet 1068-SD—Violet 1057-SD—Watermelon 1066-SD—White
Best For Baskets Victorian Rose Tempo Butterfly Our Most Popular Series Accent Super Elfin Tempo Shady Lady
STAR COLORS 1074-SD—Coral Star 1069-SD—Orange Star 1055-SD—Red Star 1036-SD—Rose Star Improved 1056-SD—Violet Star 1035-SD—Cranberry Punch Mix. Cranberry,
Coral, Salmon Picotee.
1059-SD—Limited Edition Mix. Mix of nine
colors selected for uniform bloom time.
3335-SD—Mystic Mix. Violet, Bright Eye,
Lilac & Lavender Blue.
3447-SD—Pastel Mix. Rose, Bright Eye,
Pink and White.
1038-SD—Peppermint Mix. Red, Pink, Rose
and Bright Eye.
1042-SD—Star Mix. Includes all Star colors
Mix. Apricot, Coral, Orange, Salmon & White. 1067-SD—Mix. A blend of all colors. 3334-SD—Sunrise
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ENVOY HYBRIDS. (Formerly known as Encore). We recommend Envoy if you want to sell highly visible, color drenched hanging baskets. Envoy Impatiens have been bred to have a more vigorous habit to quickly fill any container. The robust plants boast extra large blooms – larger than any other seed variety at over 2 inches! So not only are they perfect for hanging baskets, but also are exceptionally showy in large pots and mixed containers. Taking only 10 weeks to bloom, they will eventually reach 20 inches high in the garden. 51387-SD—Blue 3311-SD—Red 4506-SD—Cherry 4500-SD—Rose 51385-SD—Cherry Star 4501-SD—Salmon 4499-SD—Deep Orange 4505-SD—Tropical Butterfly 4495-SD—Lavender Blue 3337-SD—Violet Star 4508-SD—Lilac 3325-SD—White 51386-SD—Orange Star 4502-SD—Wine 4498-SD—Orchid 4517-SD—North Shore Mix 4518-SD—Passion 4507-SD—Flamingo Mix 4496-SD—Peach Butterfly 3347-SD—Mix. 11 colors. 4519-SD—Pink Any ENVOY above, each: 500 sds $15.95 1000 sds $28.70 / 5000 sds $124.40
Blitz 3000 Deep Orange
SHADY LADY HYBRIDS — A Park Exclusive! Blooms when plants are only 4 inches tall, showing color in packs or pots in just 60 days from sowing. Shady Lady is available in a range of desirable colors to catch your customers’ eyes. 12- to 15-inch mound-shaped plants are covered with 1¾-inch flowers right up to frost. 3456-SD—Bride. White. 3348-SD—Burgundy 3332-SD—Peach Petticoat 3450-SD—Pink 3453-SD—Red 3452-SD—Red & White 3460-SD—Tango. Vivid orange. 3465-SD—Venus. Rich rose. 3470-SD—Violet 3485-SD—Blushing Beauties Mix. Mix of Peach, Hot Pink, Lavender, and Lilac. 3499-SD—Glow Girl Mix. Mix of Salmon, Venus & Violet, colors that seem
Envoy Flamingo Mix
Envoy Orange Star
Envoy Cherry Star
A PARK EXCLUSIVE!
to glow in the dark!
1030-SD—Pastel Mix. Blend of soft pastels. 3507-SD—Mix Any SHADY LADY above, each: 500 sds $14.75 1000 sds $26.55 / 2000 sds $50.15 / 5000 sds $115.05
Shady Lady Red & White
Shady Lady Glow Girl Mix
Shady Lady Bride
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IMPATIENS, Continued SUPER ELFIN HYBRIDS. This tried-andtrue series offers improved Yield Potential Standard. All Super Elfin seed lots must pass strict tests for yield and uniformity, producing an unbelievable 95% young plant stand at 9 days, and a 95% usable plant stand at 21 days. 8 to 12 inches tall and wide plants with large 1¼-inch blooms. Colors designated as “XP” are high performing, uniform in habit and have a tight flowering window.
Super Elfin Full Formula Mix
Super Elfin Paradise Mix
Super Elfin Blue Pearl XP
Tempo Butterfly Mix
Tempo Crystal Mix
Super Elfin Red XP
Super Elfin Samba Mix
Tempo Cancun Mix
3316-SD—Apricot 1046-SD—Blush 3431-SD—Blue Pearl XP 3357-SD—Bright Orange new 4226-SD—Cherry Splash XP 3432-SD—Coral XP 51393-SD—Deep Pink XP 3317-SD—Lavender 3412-SD—Light Pink 3318-SD—Lilac 3358-SD—Lipstick 3320-SD—Melon XP 3437-SD—Pink XP 51392-SD—Punch XP 3359-SD—Red XP new 4231-SD—Red Starburst XP 3438-SD—Rose XP new 4232-SD—Rose Starburst XP 3415-SD—Ruby. Cranberry red. 3430-SD—Salmon XP 3360-SD—Salmon Blush 3442-SD—Scarlet XP 51394-SD—Star Salmon XP 51395-SD—Star Cherry XP 51391-SD—Violet XP Imp new 4237-SD—Violet Starburst XP 3444-SD—White XP new 4235-SD—Starburst Mix XP 51396-SD—Stellar Mix XP 51390-SD—Formula Mix XP 3391-SD—Cha Cha Mix.
Warm tones of ruby, scarlet, & salmon. 3394-SD—Seaside Mix. Cool blue tones of blue pearl, lilac, and violet, plus white. 4749-SD—Splish Splash Mix.
Blue pearl, Lilac, Lavender and Violet, plus Stardust Violet. 3448-SD—Paradise Mix.
Lavender, Lipstick, Violet & Melon. 3440-SD—Parfait Mix.
Cherry, Deep Pink & Light Pink.
3386-SD—Pastel Mix 3439-SD—Samba Mix. Ruby,
Lipstick, Violet, Scarlet & Salmon.
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TEMPO HYBRIDS. Superearly (50 days from sowing!) and ultra-compact; the most free-flowering in our trials. 1½-inch blooms exhibit weather tolerance on well-branched, compact, uniform plants 10 inches high and wide. 3354-SD—Blue Satin 3455-SD—Blush 3367-SD—Burgundy 3467-SD—Cinnamon 3491-SD—Coral 3387-SD—Crimson 3375-SD—Deep Pink 3368-SD—Lavender 3486-SD—Lilac 3369-SD—Lipstick. Hot pink
with yellow undertones.
3371-SD—Orange 3328-SD—Peach Frost 3550-SD—Pearl 3372-SD—Pink 3329-SD—Pink Frost 3461-SD—Punch. Scarlet. 3373-SD—Red 3374-SD—Rose 3376-SD—Salmon 3377-SD—Scarlet 3312-SD—Violet 3321-SD—Watermelon 3378-SD—White 3471-SD—Cancun Mix. Hot
mix of salmon, orange & red. 3436-SD—Crystal Mix. Plenty of bright shades; fewer pastels. 3351-SD—Frosty Mix 3380-SD—Pastel Mix. Blend
of Tempo’s soft, subtle shades.
3416-SD—Rouge Mix 3330-SD—Salsa Mix. A mix
of peach frost, red and white.
Cool blues, lavenders, burgundy & white.
3379-SD—Full Formula Mix.
All Tempo colors.
Any TEMPO above, each: 500 sds $15.95 1000 sds $28.70 2000 sds $54.25 5000 sds $124.40
TEMPO BUTTERFLY HYBRIDS. The same early, floriferous, uniform, weathertolerant plants as other Tempos, plus a butterfly-shaped central eye in every bloom! 3420-SD—Cherry Butterfly.
Soft pink with cherry flair.
3413-SD—Lavender Butterfly. Soft lilac with purple flair. 3424-SD—Peach Butterfly.
Soft peach w/ deep orange flair. 3428-SD—Strawberry Butterfly. Pink with deep cherry flair. 3407-SD—Butterfly Mix. 4
listed colors, plus Orchid & Coral Butterfly. Any BUTTERFLY above, each: 500 sds $15.95 1000 sds $28.70 2000 sds $54.25 5000 sds $124.40
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IMPATIENS, Continued XTREME HYBRIDS. Goldsmith Seeds has worked on making a more compact companion to the best-selling Impatiens on the market — and here it is! HI-VI (High Viability) seed has an outstanding 95% germination standard, and has been vigor tested. Xtreme shows a more controlled and uniform habit both in packs and in the landscape when compared to all other series. When we trialed them here, our Research Director couldn’t believe the flower power. The 8- to 10-inch plants were covered with huge 2½-inch blooms! R efined 51401-SD—Orange 51402-SD—Utopia Mix - Lavender,
rose, violet, & salmon
3403-SD—Deep Salmon 3397-SD—Lavender 3405-SD—Lilac 3313-SD—Pink Improved Any XTREME above, each: 500 sds $15.95 / 1000 sds $28.70 2000 sds $54.25 / 5000 sds $124.40
3315-SD—Red 3341-SD—Rose 3342-SD—Salmon 3382-SD—Scarlet 3344-SD—Violet Imp 3381-SD—White Imp 3402-SD—Mix
Xtreme Utopia Mix
Xtreme Violet Improved
Xtreme White Improved
DOUBLE IMPATIENS, I. walleriana WARM
ATHENA HYBRIDS. A vigorous rosebud impatiens with consistently semi-double blooms. Bred for pack production, Athena’s vibrant colors and spreading habit also make it hard to beat in the landscape. 51405-SD—Bright Purple 51406-SD—Orange 51408-SD—Red 51409-SD—Red Flash 51410-SD—Mix Any ATHENA above, each: 100 sds $10.25 / 500 sds $43.55 / 1000 sds $79.95
VICTORIAN ROSE HYBRID. 1998 AAS and Fleuroselect Gold Medal Winner. Lovely rose-shaped, 1½-inch flowers are a fast-seller in high-margin hanging baskets and patio containers. 3423-SD—100 sds $14.75 500 sds $62.70 / 1000 sds $115.05
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LISIANTHUS, Cont. 15 days
PURPLE LADY. A low spreading, purple-leaved accent plant that cascades as the branches get longer and heavier. As a groundcover, it grows 6 to 8 inches tall and 3 to 4 feet wide. Part sun/part shade conditions suit best. Withstands more sun in humid areas. Croptime: Plugs - 4 weeks 4˝ pot - 9-11 weeks 10˝ basket - 13-14 weeks
Iresine Purple Lady
1081-SD—100 sds $19.95 250 sds $45.90 / 500 sds $84.80
LISIANTHUS, Eustoma grandiflorum WARM L
Lisianthus Echo Mix
Blooms grow in full sun on long, strong stems that last more than a week when cut. Excellent for the cut flower market or for 6-inch pots. Sow mid-Feb. for green pack sales. For cutting, sow August for greenhouse blooms in March/April or in November for greenhouse blooms in June. Instructions included. For Lisianthus Crop Time Chart, see page 10. ECHO HYBRID. 100% fully double, 3½-inch blooms, in solids and bicolors, freely produced on uniform plants 18-inches tall and 10 inches wide. P elleted 2542-SD—Blue 2546-SD—Blue Picotee 2764-SD—Lavender 2544-SD—Pink 2547-SD—Pink Picotee 2541-SD—Pure White 2545-SD—Yellow 2548-SD—Mix Any ECHO above, each: 250 sds $8.95 / 500 sds $16.10 1000 sds $30.45
Lisianthus Florida Blue
Lisianthus Sapphire Pink Rim
Lisianthus Cinderella Pink
FLORIDA HYBRIDS. Flourishing in heat (to 88°F!), this series is vigorous and early. The 2-inch blooms refuse to rosette, and grown under high light, it needs no pinching or growth regulators. 8 to 10 inches tall, 10 inches wide. P elleted 3216-SD—Blue 3228-SD—Pink 3222-SD—Silver. Silver-white with
dark blue eye.
3218-SD—Mix. Blue, pink, sky blue
Lisianthus Sapphire Blue Chip
Any FLORIDA above, each: 100 sds $8.25 / 250 sds $19.00 500 sds $35.05 / 1000 sds $64.35
CINDERELLA. A double-flowered Lisianthus for cutting, with long, thick, straight stems that branch at the top for easy harvest. Minimal lower branching improves air flow, reducing potential for disease. Plants reach 18 to 22 inches high, 10 inches wide. Blooms in 22 to 26 weeks. P elleted 1161-SD—Blue 1199-SD—Ivory 1191-SD—Pink 1201-SD—Yellow Any CINDERELLA above, each: 100 sds $8.25 / 500 sds $35.05 1000 sds $64.35
SAPPHIRE. These smaller plants are well suited to 3- to 4-inch pot plant programs. No pinching or growth regulators are needed! Finishes at 4 to 6 inches tall. 3219-SD—Blue Chip. White blooms w/blue tips. 3220-SD—Pink Rim. White blooms w/ lavender pink rim. P elleted Any SAPPHIRE above, each: 100 sds $4.95 / 250 sds $11.40 500 sds $21.50
RED HYBRID. A new ARENA unique, vibrant red color for
lisianthus. The highly double flowers are held on long, strong stems- even under longer days. Group III. P elleted 1212-SD—100 sds $6.95 250 sds $16.00 / 500 sds $ 29.55
SYDNEY MIX. Long lasting and floriferous mix of double-flowered purple, rose and white. Bushy plants 12 inches across reach 4 feet tall.
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CANNES MIX. Fully double flowered mix of blue picotee, pink, deep blue, lilac, purple picotee, and rose stripe. The most disease resistant available, reaching 5 feet.
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AVANT GARDE™. Early and vigorous, these mounded plants cover themselves in fragrant 1-inch flowers. Reaches 18-24 inches high and wide. 1156-SD—Blue 51423-SD—White 51422-SD—Pink Any AVANT GARDE above, each: 250 sds $8.95 / 500 sds $16.10 1000 sds 30.45
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MOON. The longest-blooming Lobelia. Dwarf, 5-inch-tall, 9-inchwide plants are covered with blooms; great heat tolerance, even in the South. 1205-SD—Blue. Dark violet-blue. 1169-SD—Half. Blue w/ white eye. 1184-SD—Midnight. Violet-blue, bronze foliage. 1206-SD—Paper. White. 1226-SD—Rose. White eye. 1170-SD—Sky. Sky blue. Any MOON above, each: 1000 sds $2.95 / 2000 sds $5.30 / 5000 sds $12.55
REGATTA. A cascading type for baskets, ready a full month before Fountain! Free-flowering 8-inch habit and great color in the pack.
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1186-SD—Blue Splash. White w/ blue throat and picotee. 1153-SD—Lilac 1168-SD—Lilac Splash 1151-SD—Marine Blue. Deep blue. 1194-SD—Midnight Blue. Dark blue, bronze foliage. 1203-SD—Rose. White eye. 1166-SD—Sapphire 1152-SD—Sky Blue. Light blue. 1127-SD—White 1128-SD—Mix Any REGATTA above, each: 250 sds $5.25 / 500 sds $9.45 / 1000 sds $17.85
LINARIA maroccana, Toadflax COOL
1192-SD—250 sds $12.75 / 500 sds $22.95 / 1000 sds $43.35
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ENCHANTMENT. Fragrant blooms are a striking combination of magenta and gold. Improved heat tolerance for a cool season bedding or mixed container item. Finish a 4-6” pot 10-11 weeks from sowing. Grows 14-16˝ tall.
Lobelia Regatta Marine Blue
Lobelia Regatta Lilac Splash
FANTASY MIX. Blooms 50 to 60 days from sowing! 5/8-inch, snapdragon-like flowers on dwarf, 8- to 10-inch plants tolerate bad weather. Grow 1 per 3- or 4-inch pot, or 3 per 5- or 6-inch pot. Grow cool: 60º-70° days, 45º-50° nights. Responds to growth regulators.
Lobelia Moon Blue
1155-SD—50 sds $11.50 / 100 sds $20.70 / 250 sds $48.90
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ERYNGO. Eryngium leavenworthii. A stunning US native perfect for dramatic borders and cuts. Flowers turn shocking purple in late summer. Great for late season sales in 4 inch or larger. Prickly plants reach 18-24 inches. 51430-SD—100 sds $8.95 250 sds $20.60
MATRICARIA parthenium, Feverfew COOL - WARM
Linaria Fantasy Mix
SANTANA. (syn. Tanacetum parthenium.) Compact 7-inch mounds are awash in bright 1-inch button-shaped blooms all summer. 3551-SD—White 3539-SD—Yellow Any SANTANA above, each: 250 sds $4.95 / 500 sds $8.90 / 1000 sds $16.85
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DWARF AFRICAN ANTIGUA HYBRIDS. 60 days to bloom no matter when sown! Antigua is less day length sensitive than typical African Marigolds — so it only takes 8 weeks to a saleable pack, 10 weeks to a saleable pot. Compact and bushy, with good basal branching to ensure full pots and nice, mounded habit in the garden. Plants grow 10 to 12 inches in pots, 13 to 16 inches in the garden. D etailed
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C oated 2337-SD—Gold 2338-SD—Yellow 2336-SD—Orange 2354-SD—Mix 2335-SD—Primrose Any ANTIGUA Coated above, each: 250 sds $18.95 / 500 sds $34.10 1000 sds $64.45 / 2500 sds $147.80
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Antigua Series Mix
Any CRUSH above, each: 250 sds $6.25 / 500 sds $11.25 1000 sds $21.25 / 2500 sds $48.75 5000 sds $87.50
D etailed 2405-SD—Papaya 2406-SD—Pineapple 2404-SD—Pumpkin 2407-SD—Guys & Dolls Mix Any CRUSH Detailed above, each: 250 sds $6.95 / 500 sds $12.50 1000 sds $23.65 / 2500 sds $54.20 5000 sds $97.30
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DISCOVERY. Still one of the most frequently requested varieties! Stout, dwarf plants proudly display large, petal-packed blooms. Excellent heat and weather tolerance. Height 10 inches. 1294-SD—Yellow 1299-SD—Orange
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2466-SD—Gold 2469-SD—Yellow 2467-SD—Orange 2329-SD—Mix 2468-SD—Primrose Any ANTIGUA Detailed above, each: 250 sds $12.95 / 500 sds $23.30 1000 sds $44.00 / 2500 sds $101.00 5000 sds $181.30
CRUSH. Compact 10- to 12-inch plants bear 3½- to 4-inch, fully double flowers and lush dark foliage. Blooms in 9 weeks from sowing. 1282-SD—Papaya. Gold. 1284-SD—Pineapple. Yellow. 1302-SD—Pumpkin. Orange. 1295-SD—Guys & Dolls Mix. All above.
Any DISCOVERY above, each: 250 sds $11.95 / 500 sds $21.50 1000 sds $40.65
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D etailed 2473-SD—Orange 2474-SD—Yellow 2478-SD—Mix Any DISCOVERY Detailed above, each: 250 sds $12.95 500 sds $23.30 1000 sds $44.05
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DWARF AFRICAN MARIGOLD, Continued INCA II HYBRIDS. Early, fully double blooms from reliably available seed. Inca II is up to 12 inches tall and 10 inches wide, sporting slightly smaller blooms (3 to 3½ inches) 7 to 10 days earlier than original Inca. Not only are these blooms packed with petal power, but they have stronger stems than other dwarfs, for great long-term garden performance and a big color show in pack or pot. D etailed 2434-SD—Gold 2443-SD—Orange 2475-SD—Primrose 2476-SD—Yellow 2483-SD—Mix Any INCA II detailed above, each: 250 sds $13.75 / 500 sds $24.75 1000 sds $46.75 / 2500 sds $107.25
C oated 2348-SD—Gold 2350-SD—Orange 2351-SD—Primrose 2352-SD—Yellow 2401-SD—Mix Any INCA II coated above, each: 250 sds $15.95 / 500 sds $28.70 1000 sds $54.26 / 2500 sds $124.40 5000 sds $192.50
Inca ll new
new MOONSONG DEEP ORANGE. 2010 AAS Winner. An
orange so vibrant you have to see it to believe it! Unmatched in color, the 2½ to 3½ inch blooms are fully double. The plants are vigorous and well-branched, reaching 12-15 inches tall.
51436-SD—250 sds $15.95 / 500 sds $28.70 1000 sds $54.25 / 2500 sds $124.40
new MOONSTRUCK. Fully double, 4-4½-inch blooms are
tightly packed with petals. Well-branched, and weather tolerant. Plants reach 12-15 inches tall. 51438-SD—Yellow 51437-SD—Orange Any MOONSTRUCK above, each: 250 sds $13.75 / 500 sds $24.75 1000 sds $46.75 / 2500 sds $107.25
Moonsong Deep Orange new
Moonstruck Yellow call 1-800-845-3366 / fax 1-800-209-0360
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AFRICAN MARIGOLDS, Tagetes erecta WARM
Bud set in most African Marigolds is responsive to short day-length. To sell in flower, grow under natural day-lengths. (It is necessary to sow seed in early February.) Seed sown after February 15 should be shaded for two weeks after sowing, thus reducing day-length to 9 hours. Grow on at 65°. After the first or second set of true leaves appear, apply B-9 in .5% solution; repeat one week later. For African Marigold Crop Time Chart, see page 11.
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INTERMEDIATE AFRICAN VANILLA IMPROVED HYBRID. Creamywhite! 2½- to 3-inch blooms on compact plants that grow up to 16 inches in sunny beds or planters. Packs are ready in 11 to 12 weeks. D etailed 51440-SD—100 sds $9.95 200 sds $17.90 / 500 sds $42.30 1000 sds $77.60
MARVEL HYBRIDS - The Largest, Most
Fully Double Blooms on the Market Today! Botrytis-resistant and fully double 4- to
5-inch blooms. Very high-performing, growing into compact plants up to 18 inches tall and 12 inches wide. Big, petal-packed blooms open more quickly under short days. D etailed
3516-SD—Gold 3517-SD—Orange 3518-SD—Yellow 3519-SD—Mix Any MARVEL above, each: 250 sds $11.25 / 500 sds $20.25 1000 sds $38.25 / 2500 sds $87.75 5000 sds $157.50
FIRST LADY HYBRID. 18-inch plants produce 3½-inch, fully double blooms in great abundance. D etailed 2453-SD—250 sds $11.50 500 sds $20.70 / 1000 sds $39.10 2500 sds $89.70
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AFRICAN MARIGOLDS, Continued PROMISE HYBRIDS. A novel development in Marigolds! Promise is a tall, cut flower type that has eliminated the offensive odor present in typical varieties. This opens up unique possibilities for you to market Promise along with other pleasantly fragrant cut flowers. 23- to 36-inch plants produce large mum-flowered blooms consistent in form with other African types. Use in greenhouse production. D etailed 3543-SD—Orange 3544-SD—Yellow Either PROMISE above, each: 250 sds $11.95 / 500 sds $21.50 / 1000 sds $40.65
Zenith Extra Golden Yellow
Zenith Extra Orange & Red
TRIPLOID MARIGOLDS ZENITH EXTRA HYBRID. The best performing triploid marigolds, with extra large 3- to 4-inch flowers in a dense, crested form on 14 to 16-inch plants. Trials from plug producers showed outstanding results for pack and garden performance, especially in the sheer quantity of flowers. Minimum 85% germination standard. D etailed 1357-SD—Golden Yellow 1298-SD—Yellow 1355-SD—Orange 1311-SD—Orange & Red 1300-SD—Red Any ZENITH above, each: 250 sds $10.75 / 500 sds $19.35 1000 sds $36.55
SUNBURST HYBRID. A stunning new SINGLE flowered triploid, Sunburst offers an eye-catching plant for impulse sales. Extra large 3-inch blooms completely cover 14-16 inch plants. And because it is a triploid, the blooms keep coming in droves all season. Minimum 85% germination.
Zenith Extra Red
Zenith Extra Yellow
C oated 1279-SD—Orange 1281-SD—Yellow 1280-SD—Orange Splash 1283-SD—Yellow Splash Any SUNBURST above, each: 250 sds $10.75 / 500 sds $19.35 / 1000 sds $36.55
How To Pick a Marigold The Industry Standards Inca II
Sunburst Orange Splash
Best Selling Colors 1. Yellow
Want To Be Different? Vanilla Sunburst Disco
Huge 3-inch Blooms
The Most Heat & Sun Tolerant Janie
Our Top Trial Performers Garden: Janie, Marvel Pack: Durango
Our Most Popular Series 1. Inca II 2. Vanilla 3. Antigua
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FRENCH MARIGOLDS, Tagetes patula BONANZA. Earlier-blooming and larger-flowered than the Boy Series, with blooms fully 2½ inches across. Packs show excellent shelf life, with blooms for up to 3 weeks. Neat, uniform 10-inch plants.
D etailed 2440-SD—Bee 2465-SD—Bolero. 1999 AAS Award Winner. Red & gold bicolor. 2382-SD—Flame 2377-SD—Gold 2380-SD—Harmony. Dark red with gold centers. 2378-SD—Orange 2381-SD—Yellow 2383-SD—Mix Any BONANZA above, each: 500 sds $7.25 / 1000 sds $13.05 / 2500 sds $30.80 5000 sds $56.55 / 10,000 sds $101.50
DURANGO. This series delivers excellent branching for more blooms and strong stems for less breakage. With a 3 to 5 day flowering window across every color, these plants are a good choice for both packs and pots. Extra-large 2- to 2½-inch blooms on 10- to 12-inch plants. D etailed
2424-SD—Bee 2431-SD—Orange 2426-SD—Bolero 2433-SD—Red 2428-SD—Flame 2450-SD—Tangerine 2429-SD—Gold 2451-SD—Yellow 2454-SD—Outback Mix. Uniform in habit, size and bloom time.
Contains Red, Tangerine, Yellow, and Bolero.
Yellow Bonanza Mix Bee
2432-SD—Mix Any DURANGO above, each: 500 sds $5.75 / 1000 sds $10.35 2500 sds $24.45 / 5000 sds $44.85
LITTLE HERO. Large 2-inch flowers on extra dwarf, compact 6- to 8- inch plants. Plants stay dwarf even in hot weather. Little Heroes are excellent for late season sowings too, where stretching in hot greenhouses can be a problem for some varieties.
1317-SD—Fire 1385-SD—Orange 1398-SD—Yellow 1443-SD—Mix Any LITTLE HERO above, each: 500 sds $5.25 / 1000 sds $9.45
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JANIE. Crested blossoms, 1½ to 1¾ inches in diameter. Extremely uniform in habit, reaching only 8 inches. Among the earliest to bloom in packs, pots and flats. Stays short!
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2452-SD—Fire 2436-SD—Orange 2437-SD—Yellow 2438-SD—Mix. Fire, Orange, and Yellow Any LITTLE HERO detailed above, each: 500 sds $5.95 / 1000 sds $10.70 / 2500 sds $25.30
2463-SD—Deep Orange 2439-SD—Primrose 2373-SD—Flame 2472-SD—Spry 2372-SD—Gold 2375-SD—Tangerine 2371-SD—Harmony 2374-SD—Yellow 2376-SD—Mix Any JANIE above, each: 500 sds $5.75 / 1000 sds $10.35 / 2500 sds $24.45 5000 sds $44.85 / 10,000 sds $80.50
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FRENCH MARIGOLDS, Continued SINGLE-FLOWERED FRENCH SAFARI. Fleuroselect Quality Mark Winner. The earliest-blooming Anemone-flowered Marigold on the market, Safari is a beautiful pack performer. Just 8 weeks from sowing, massive 3-inch blooms arise on compact plants! Outdoors it shows excellent tolerance of disease and weather, maintaining its dense 8- to 10-inch mounded habit throughout the season. 1363-SD—Bolero. Maroon w/gold center. 1366-SD—Gold 1271-SD—Orange 1370-SD—Queen 1349-SD—Red 1330-SD—Scarlet 1371-SD—Tangerine. Fleuroselect Gold Medal. (PVP #9200043.) 1241-SD—Yellow. (PVP #8900304.) 1358-SD—Yellow Fire 1373-SD—Mix Any SAFARI above, each: 500 sds $4.75 / 1000 sds $8.55 / 2500 sds $20.20 5000 sds $37.05
D etailed 2445-SD—Bolero 2448-SD—Scarlet 2446-SD—Gold 2444-SD—Tangerine 2409-SD—Orange 2408-SD—Yellow 2481-SD—Red 2449-SD—Mix Any SAFARI detailed above, each: 500 sds $5.95 / 1000 sds $10.70 / 2500 sds $25.30 5000 sds $46.40
Marigold Safari Mix
DISCO. The Best-Performing Single For Packs! Developed for earliness in the greenhouse, great weather-resistance and outdoor performance. Well-branched, uniform, 8- to 10-inch plants are covered with large, non-fading 2¼-inch blooms. 1379-SD—Granada. Yellow w/red center. 3549-SD—Marietta. Russet-brown blotches on amber. 1354-SD—Red 3556-SD—Mix. Includes single colored blooms. Any DISCO above, each: 500 sds $5.25 / 1000 sds $9.45
D etailed 2482-SD—Mix 500 sds $8.25 / 1000 sds $14.75 5000 sds $61.00
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MELAMPODIUM paludosum WARM
Marigold Disco Mix
Melampodium Million Gold
Melampodium Golden Globe
(syn. Leucanthemum paludosum.) Sow February for blooms by May. Cover seeds lightly; after 4 to 5 weeks, transplant into 36-cell packs or 4-inch pots. Keep nitrogen low. Heat, drought tolerant. 1 inch blooms June to frost. For Melampodium Crop Time Chart, see page 10. DERBY. Only 8 to 10 inches in pack (slightly taller in the garden); covered with 1¾-inch golden daisies. 1248-SD—100 sds $4.75 / 250 sds $10.95 500 sds $20.20 / 1000 sds $37.05
LEMON DELIGHT. The light lemon yellow companion of Million Gold. Dwarf habit (8 to 10 inches tall) and non-stop 1-inch blooms. (Not pictured) 1353-SD—100 sds $5.95 / 250 sds $13.70 500 sds $25.30 / 1000 sds $46.40
GOLDEN GLOBE. The deepest golden flowers above the richest green leaves of any Melampodium. Reaching 8 inches ‘Golden Globe’ has a very uniform, compact and neatly globed-shaped habit. 51450-SD—100 sds $4.75 / 250 sds $10.95 500 sds $20.20 / 1000 sds $37.05
MILLION GOLD. The most dwarf form, remaining a neat, compact 8 to 10 inches tall and 8 inches wide all summer. 1246-SD—100 sds $5.95 / 250 sds $13.70 500 sds $25.30 / 1000 sds $46.40
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ORNAMENTAL MILLET WARM
Average temperatures below 60° F will stop growth. Keep light levels as high as possible. The leaves turn darkest purple when moved outside into the full sun. PURPLE
2003 AAS Winner. An unusual
ornamental grass with deep purple foliage, stems and plumes. Great for borders, mass plantings or landscapes. 4- to 5-foot grass with 12- to 14-inch plumes has captivated visitors at our trials.
1404-SD—100 sds $26.95 500 sds $114.55 / 1000 sds $210.20
Ornamental Millet Purple Majesty new
JESTER HYBRID. An unusual addition to our Fantastic Foliage line, with a denser habit than Purple Majesty. Leaves change color as they mature, moving from a chartreuse to a deep burgundy. Growing up to 42 inches high in partial shade, it prefers warm environments for maximum growth. Well suited to containers, gardens, and mass plantings. Very appealing to garden designers and landscapers. 1397-SD—100 sds $24.95 500 sds $106.05 / 1000 sds $194.60
ORNAMENTAL RICE WARM
Ornamental Millet Jester
new BLACK MADRAS. (Oryza sati-
va.) A stylish ornamental, this super-easy chocolate- and purple-striped rice forms a neat, stylish vase-shaped tuff of foliage. Expect it to spread about 8 inches wide. The perfect companion to all your flowering annuals — and it’s terrific in containers, too!
51530-SD—100 sds $12.95 500 sds $55.00
Mimulus Magic Blotch Mix
Morning Glory Heavenly Blue
MIMULUS x hybridus, Monkey Flower COOL
MAGIC. Bright blooms really standout in part shade. Compact 6 to 12 inch plants produce colorful 2-inch flowers all season. Best in part shade. P elleted 1372-SD—Blotch Mix. Colors include
Morning Glory Sun Smile Red
Morning Glory Sun Smile Blue
A PARK EXCLUSIVE!
white flame, yellow blotch, yellow flame, and white w/blotch. 1415-SD—Solid Mix. Colors include cream, yellow, orange, peach, pink, and red. Any Magic above, each: 250 sds $5.25 / 500 sds $9.45 1000 sds $17.85 / 2000 sds $33.60
MORNING GLORY, Ipomoea WARM
Super-Fast Crop for High-Margin Sales! Soak seed overnight. Sow direct
in 4- or 6-inch pots; sow 3 per 8-inch or larger pot or basket. Sell green with color tag 3 to 4 weeks later. Cannot ship to AZ. For Morning Glory Crop Time Chart, see page 11.
HEAVENLY BLUE. (I. tricolor.) Intensely sky-blue blooms, 2½-inches across, cover this long-time favorite. 1049-SD—100 sds $1.95 200 sds $3.50 / 500 sds $8.30
SUN SMILE. Compact and Happy in Hot, Humid Weather! 3- to 4-inch blooms with white picotee edges. Ideal for baskets, windowboxes and garden. Looks great even when not in bloom, thanks to brightly-splashed variegated leaves. 4573-SD—Blue 4574-SD—Red Any Sun Smile above, each: 100 sds $24.95 / 200 sds $44.90
CARNIVAL™. (I. purpurea.) Every shade of pink, blue, or both decorates these large white blooms, which unfurl like old-fashioned parasols all over strong climbing vines. Every bloom is uniquely patterned, for a dazzling effect over a long, late season. 51463-SD—100 sds $3.50 200 sds $6.30 / 500 sds $14.90
TIE DYE BLUE. A Park Exclusive! Blooms are striated in stunning color reaching 6 inches across on 6- to 8-foot vines. Lobed, variegated leaves are splashed in silvery white! 3308-SD—100 sds $6.50 200 sds $11.70 / 500 sds $27.65 1000 sds $50.70
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BLUE STAR. Each light blue bloom is punctuated by a violet-pink star. This climber reaches 6 feet, and is ideal for growing on trellis or other garden structure.
MOON VINE, Ipomoea alba
3296-SD—100 sds $3.95 200 sds $7.10 / 500 sds $16.80
MOON VINE. Delectably fragrant, huge 6-inch white flowers are closed by day, swirling open in the evening in about a minute’s time. 1052-SD—100 sds $1.95 200 sds $3.50 / 500 sds $8.30
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For Osteospermum Crop Time Chart, see page 11.
ASTI. The first Osteo available as separate colors from seed! Very uniform, heat and drought tolerant, and long blooming, Asti is the answer to expensive vegetative varieties. Plants are best marketed in 4-inch pots or larger and reach a garden height of 18-20 inches. ALL AMERICA
51525-SD—Lavender Shades 51528-SD—Purple 51526-SD—White 51527-SD—Mix Any ASTI above, each: 25 sds $10.75 / 50 sds $19.35 250 sds $83.85
PASSION MIX. 1999 AAS Winner. Daisy-like, 2-inch flowers with azureblue centers open longer, displaying bold shades of purple, lavender and white. In 4-inch pots, plants bloom abundantly when only 5 inches tall. Grows 12 to 18 inches in the garden. Extremely droughttolerant; note that temperatures above 75°F inhibit flowering. 3663-SD—25 sds $11.25 50 sds $20.25 / 250 sds $87.75 500 sds $157.50
NASTURTIUM, Tropaeolum majus COOL
For Nasturtium Crop Time Chart, see page 11. PRINCESS OF INDIA. 2-inch scarlet blooms on dark-leafed, compact plant. Good for hanging baskets, windowboxes, and flowerpots. 1359-SD—250 sds $5.75 1000 sds $19.55
ALASKA. Plant 3 to a 10-inch basket. Produces 100% variegated foliage. Bright orange, scarlet, yellow, apricot, rose, pink, cream and mahogany on plants 12" high and 18 " wide. 1410-SD—250 sds $2.95 1000 sds $10.05 / 5000 sds $41.30
WHIRLYBIRD MIX. Upward-facing blooms are held well above the foliage on dwarf 10-inch plants. Mix offers vivid colors in red, orange, and yellow tones. 1408-SD—250 sds $5.25 1000 sds $17.85 / 5000 sds $73.50
HAWAIIAN MIX. This fruity mix of Cherry, Cream and Apricot shades on uniform plants, sports large blooms and solid green foliage. Plants reach 12 inches high. 51469-SD—250 sds $6.95 1000 sds $23.65 / 5000 sds $97.30
POETRY™. The first of this genus to be offered as seed instead of vegetatively, for less cost and better performance. All are pleasantly fragrant, with White the most scented. 12- to 14-inches high and wide; branches well without pinching. Great for bedding and container use. Winter flowering will occur with milder temperatures in warm climates. Will also flower “lightly” in part shade. Cover seeds lightly with vermiculite. M
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NICOTIANA x sanderae, Flowering Tobacco WARM
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Great heat and humidity tolerance. Highly recommended for pack and 4-inch pot production. For Nicotiana Crop Time Chart, see page 11.
Nasturtium Whirlybird Mix
Nasturtium Princess of India
Nasturtium Hawaiian Mix
PERFUME. Strongly fragrant from seed and among the longest blooming (all summer). 2-inch blooms face upward for maximum showiness on this heat- and humidity-tolerant powerhouse. 1412-SD—Antique Lime 1457-SD—Blue 1459-SD—Bright Rose 1380-SD—Deep Purple. AAS Winner. 1483-SD—Red 1484-SD—White 1405-SD—Mix Any PERFUME above, each: 500 sds $5.25 / 1000 sds $9.45 5000 sds $40.95
SARATOGA HYBRIDS. Easy to Start, Quick to Finish! Bred for
packs, it’s ready in just 10 weeks with blooms that perfume the entire bench, especially in the evening or on cloudy days. 10- to 12-inch dwarf habit with 90%+ germination rate. Sun to part shade.
1424-SD—Appleblossom 2906-SD—Deep Rose 2907-SD—Lime 2909-SD—Purple Bicolor 2910-SD—Red 2911-SD—White 2908-SD—Mix Any SARATOGA above, each: 500 sds $4.75 / 1000 sds $8.55 5000 sds $37.05
Nicotiana Perfume Mix
Nemesia Poetry™ Blue
Nicotiana Saratoga Mix
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Colossus Blue w/Blotch
Neon Violet w/Blotch
(Viola x wittrockiana.) Significant breeding improvements in Pansies have produced hybrids that bloom longer, show better heat resistance and cold tolerance, and display a wonderful selection of bloom colors and patterns. New varieties show improved spring performance, too, withstanding both the unseasonably cold spring weather and the early warmth of summer. Grow for early fall or early spring sales. Cover seed, as darkness is necessary for germination. Grow on cool — not over 50°F (45°F is best, costing less and producing stockier, fuller and stronger plants). When growing pansies in your greenhouse, keep the pH below 6.0 for optimum results. Also, research has shown that fertilizing with a formula providing high minors will produce higher quality plants. For Pansy Crop Time Chart, see page 11.
LARGE FLOWERED COLOSSUS HYBRIDS. A full week earlier than Majestic Giants, Colossus is sporting massive 3½- to 4-inch blooms all over dense, small-foliaged plants! Very short internodes and a high bud count mean even more color from this workhorse, which reaches just 4 to 6 inches tall and 6 inches wide. Seed has a 90%+germination standard.
3991-SD—Blue w/Blotch 3900-SD—Neon Violet w/Blotch 3074-SD—Purple w/Blotch 3992-SD—Red w/Blotch 3993-SD—Rose w/ Blotch Improved 3930-SD—White 3994-SD—White w/Blotch 3934-SD—Yellow 3995-SD—Yellow w/Blotch 3996-SD—Mix. All colors listed. Any COLOSSUS above, each: 250 sds $16.75 / 500 sds $30.15 1000 sds $56.95 / 2500 sds $130.65
new MAMMOTH HYBRIDS. Extra large
Mammoth Rocky Rose
Mammoth Viva La Violet
Mammoth Big Red
Mammoth On Fire
Mammoth Sangria Punch
Mammoth Pink Berry
flowers on uniform plants that do not stretch in the heat! Branches well to fill out packs and pots, and continues the show in the landscape. Crop time is 10-12 weeks. Plants reach 6-8 inches high and wide. All colors are blotched, except were noted.
51491-SD—Big Red 51492-SD—Blue Ti-Ful 51493-SD—Deep Blue Dazzle 51494-SD—Glamarama White 51495-SD—On Fire 51497-SD—Prima Yellorina. Pure Yellow. 51498-SD—Queen Yellow Bee 51499-SD—Rocky Rose 51500-SD—Sangria Punch 51501-SD—Viva La Violet 51502-SD—White Hot. Pure White. 51496-SD—Pink Berry 51503-SD—Masqerade Mix. Formula mix of
all blotched varieties. 51504-SD—Mix. All colors listed.
Any MAMMOTH above, each: 250 sds $13.75 / 500 sds $24.75 1000 sds $46.75 / 2500 sds $107.25 5000 sds $192.50
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PANSY LARGE FLOWERED, Continued MAJESTIC GIANTS II HYBRID. This improved version, arriving 35 years after Majestic Giants, is much faster to flower — up to 2 weeks — under the short days and cool nights of fall. It betters its parent with a more compact habit (5 inches tall), reducing the need for growth regulators, and more 4-inch flowers. Performax seed has a germination rate of more than 90%.
4821-SD—Blue Cap new 4853-SD—Blue Jeans. (Not Pictured) 4816-SD—Deep Blue 4834-SD—Fire 4818-SD—Marina Shades 4822-SD—Ocean. Mid-blue to white shades. 4823-SD—Patricia. Purple rose upper petals and cream to yellow
MAJESTIC GIANTS HYBRIDS. Huge flowers that measure up to 4 inches across. Husky plants grow 6 inches tall and flower freely in spite of their immense size.
3602-SD—Yellow with Blotch 1476-SD—Mix. AAS Winner. Any MAJESTIC GIANT above, each: 250 sds $13.75 / 500 sds $24.75 / 1000 sds $46.75 2500 sds $107.25 / 5000 sds $192.50
P rimed 2630-SD—Red & Yellow Bicolor 2636-SD—Mix Any MAJESTIC GIANT primed above, each: 250 sds $15.50 / 500 sds $27.90 1000 sds $52.70 / 2500 sds $120.90
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4824-SD—Purple w/Blotch Improved 4825-SD—Red w/Blotch 4826-SD—Rosalyn. Rose to shades of pale pink with a dark blotch. 4827-SD—Rose w/Blotch 4817-SD—Sherry. Colors include light pink, yellow, and dark pink. 4828-SD—White w/Blotch Improved 4829-SD—Yellow w/Blotch 3497-SD—Mix. Contains all colors listed above, except Marina
Shades, Patricia, Rosalyn, Sherry and Fire.
Any MAJESTIC GIANT II above, each: 250 sds $15.50 / 500 sds $27.90 1000 sds $52.70 / 2500 sds $120.90 5000 sds $217.00 / 10,000 sds $403.00
P rimed new 4747-SD—Blue Jeans 4783-SD—Deep Blue 4758-SD—Fire 4760-SD—Marina Shades 4764-SD—Ocean 4768-SD—Patricia
4765-SD—Purple w/Blotch Imp 4761-SD—Red w/Blotch 4769-SD—Rosalyn 4784-SD—Sherry 4763-SD—Yellow w/Blotch 4767-SD—White w/Blotch Imp. 4759-SD—Mix Any MAJESTIC GIANT II primed above, each: 250 sds $18.95 / 500 sds $34.10 / 1000 sds $64.45 2500 sds $147.80 / 5000 sds $265.30 / 10,000 sds $492.70
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PANSY LARGE FLOWERED, Continued ACCORD HYBRIDS. Bred for an abundance of colordrenched blooms in spring and fall, Accord boasts an ideal flower type — large enough to be showy, yet not so large that it’s “floppy.” On plants 6 to 8 inches tall, sturdy stems hold the vibrant, 2 to 2½-inch blooms erect and upturned, for a fantastic color show in packs and pots. Early and reliably uniform (10 to 12 weeks for fall sales, 12 to 14 for spring), this versatile, all-season performer withstands any kind of weather! CLEAR COLORS
4790-SD—Clear Orange 3597-SD—Clear Purple 1658-SD—Clear Rose
Accord Full Formula Mix
1656-SD—Red Blotch 1667-SD—Rose Blotch 1668-SD—White Blotch
3595-SD—Black Beauty 3601-SD—Purple Picotee. Deep purple w/ crisp white edging. 1731-SD—Violet with Face
3675-SD—Clear Mix. All clear colors. 3607-SD—Daffodil Mix. Mix contains Clear Orange, Clear
Yellow, Clear Primrose and Clear White. 4792-SD—Peace Mix. Clear Red, Clear White and Clear Blue. 1728-SD—Full Formula Mix. All separate colors listed above.
Accord Daffodil Mix
Acquarelle Full Formula Mix
Any ACCORD above, each: 250 sds $11.25 / 500 sds $20.25 1000 sds $38.25 / 2500 sds $87.75
ACQUARELLE HYBRIDS. These genetics are top-notch, as seen in our trials, and the color blends are completely unique — a real customer pleaser sure to generate impulse buys! 2½- to 3-inch blooms on beefy, extra strong plants that get 4 inches tall in packs and 10 to 12 inches tall in the garden. Blooms in 9 to 10 weeks. 3538-SD—Strawberry Formula Mix. Strawberry rose, orchid and tricolor types. 3501-SD—Full Formula Mix. 27 separate colors, including pink, rose, lavender, cream, blue, yellow plus colors in Felix, Gelato, Flambe & Strawberry mixes. Any ACQUARELLE above, each: 250 sds $12.75 / 500 sds $22.95 / 1000 sds $43.35
CROWN HYBRIDS. 3½-inch flowers, in exceptionally clear colors. Uniform and bright in the pack, early-blooming and cold-resistant. Ideal for mass planting in fall or spring.
1488-SD—Azure 1492-SD—Blue 1493-SD—Golden 3856-SD—Orange 3904-SD—Purple 3853-SD—Rose
3857-SD—Scarlet 1494-SD—White 3906-SD—Yellow 3855-SD—Yellow Splash 1497-SD—Mix. All colors listed
Any CROWN above, each: 250 sds $13.75 / 500 sds $24.75 / 1000 sds $46.75 2500 sds $107.25 / 5000 sds $192.50
BOLERO HYBRID MIX. (Formerly Named Flamenco Mix.) This amazing pansy is a true “FRINGED PANSY”, with extremely full, ruffled 2½- to 3-inch blooms that make it appear double! Highly tolerant, plants stay very compact in the pot. Colors range from dark violets and blues to burgundy, rose, yellow, and white — all blotched or shaded. Plants are 4 inches tall in the pack; 10 to 12 inches tall and 6 to 7 inches wide in the garden.
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PANSY, Continued, MEDIUM FLOWERED DELTA HYBRIDS. Early-blooming in spring and a top performer in our fall trials. Low, spreading compact habit (4 to 6 inches high) good foliage hidden under masses of 3-inch upright flowers, and superb heat- and weather-tolerance all add up to a showstopper in the pack. The colors listed as “Premium” have been improved for better habit, bloom size and timing. Clear Premium Colors 3898-SD—Pure Light Blue 3914-SD—True Blue 3905-SD—Pure Deep Orange 3843-SD—Pure Golden Yellow 3075-SD—Pure Lemon 3907-SD—Pure Primrose 3909-SD—Pure Violet 3910-SD—Pure White 3911-SD—Pure Yellow
Clear Colors 3908-SD—Pure Red 3885-SD—Pure Rose
3871-SD—Blue 3820-SD—Light Blue 3895-SD—Mauve 3807-SD—Orange 3809-SD—Primrose new 3925-SD—Premium Gold 3882-SD—Premium Rose 3817-SD—Premium Red 3888-SD—Premium White 3890-SD—Premium Yellow
Unique Colors 3859-SD—Fire 3878-SD—Lavender Blue Shades 3886-SD—Pink Shades 3897-SD—Premium Beaconsfield 3887-SD—Violet w/Face 3889-SD—White w/Rose Wing 3892-SD—Premium Neon Violet Blue Face 3078-SD—Premium Yellow w/Purple Wing 3891-SD—Yellow w/Red Wing
DELTA HYBRIDS, Continued Mixes 3852-SD—Premium Persian Medley 3893-SD—Premium Watercolors Mix. Light Blue,
Pink Shades, Primrose, Deep Orange, Lavender Blue Shades, White. 3565-SD—Blaze Mix. Fire, Pure Red, Pure Yellow, and Yellow w/Red Wing. 3899-SD—Citrus Mix. Orange, Deep Orange, Lemon and White. 3567-SD—Cool Water Mix. Blue w/ Blotch, Pure Light Blue, True Blue & White. 3568-SD—Monet Mix. Lavender Blue Shades, Pink Shades, Pure Rose, Pure Yellow, and True Blue. 3540-SD—Spirit Mix. Red with Blotch, Deep Blue with Blotch and White. new 3913-SD— Premium Tapestry Mix. Rose, Yellow, & Red shades. 3573-SD—Tri-Color Mix. Pure Light Blue, Pure Primrose and Pure Violet. 3922-SD—Pure Colors Mix. 8 colors. 3884-SD—Blotched Colors. Blotched faced, and winged colors. 3883-SD—Full Formula Mix. 27 colors.
Delta Premium Tapestry Mix
Delta Premium Watercolors Mix
Any DELTA above, each: 250 sds $15.95 / 500 sds $28.70 1000 sds $54.25 / 2500 sds $124.40 5000 sds $223.30
CHIANTI TERRACOTTA HYBRID. Normally, these striped pansies are only available as vegetative varieties. Now, Farmen has developed this hybrid that shows a very high percentage of blotched stripes throughout all blooms. Unlike others, these won’t fade with time. 6- to 8-inch plants boast terracotta and wine patterned blooms comparable to Delta in size. Very uniform, day length neutral plants. Sell in 4-inch pots and color bowls for premium prices.
4815-SD—250 sds $16.25 500 sds $29.25 / 1000 sds $55.25
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PANDORA’S BOX HYBRID. Unique medium-flowered pansy-viola cross, with an incredible range of colors, shades and faces on each bloom. Pandora’s Box shows warm shades of gold, burnt orange, creamy yellow and rose blush. Flowers for a very long period and is day length neutral. 1502-SD—250 sds $13.25 500 sds $23.85 / 1000 sds $45.05 2500 sds $103.35 / 5000 sds $185.50
MATRIX™ HYBRIDS. The first series where breeding is focused on the plant structure for the express purpose of making it easier to deliver a better product at retail. Plants have a more robust habit, better branching, and less stretch, for maximum soil coverage. Superior branching in the plug stage. Short strong stems hold 3 inch flowers perfectly over the 6- to 8-inch foliage. 90%+ yield potential rating. Cover seed with a medium layer of coarse grade vermiculite. Blooms in 8-9 weeks in fall, 10-11 weeks in spring.
Frizzle Sizzle Mix
4524-SD—Blue Blotch 4523-SD—Blue Frost 4544-SD—Deep Blue Blotch 4572-SD—Light Blue 4560-SD—Morpheus 4525-SD—Ocean Improved 4527-SD—Primrose 4528-SD—Purple Improved 4547-SD—Red Blotch 4561-SD—Rose Blotch 4529-SD—Red & Yellow new 4583-SD—Sangria 4535-SD—White Improved 4536-SD—White Blotch 4537-SD—Yellow 4538-SD—Yellow Blotch 4562-SD—Autumn Blaze Mix. Red Blotch, Red &
KARMA BLUE BUTTERFLY HYBRID. A strikingly unique color that is sure to call attention to your pansy benches! Short stems support 2½ to 3½ inch blooms that are backed with blue and centered with golden yellow striped with whiskers. Bushy plants readily fill pots, with early flowering in both spring and fall. 3676-SD—250 sds $14.75 500 sds $26.55 / 1000 sds $50.15
MIDNIGHT SUN HYBRID. From the breeders of Delta, this stunning new novelty pansy is perfect for fall décor! The bewitching blooms are deep velvet with golden yellow faces. Vigorous and free flowering, Midnight Sun is perfect for the landscape or combinations. 51540-SD—250 sds $19.75 500 sds $35.50 / 1000 sds $67.00
FRIZZLE SIZZLE HYBRIDS. Unique colors and 100% ruffled 2-inch blooms will stop customers in their tracks. Compact, well-branched plants are early and uniform. Offer in pots for a premium price. 51544-SD—Yellow and Blue 51545-SD—Burgundy 51546-SD—Mix Any FRIZZLE SIZZLE above, each: 250 sds $12.75 / 500 sds $22.95 1000 sds $43.35
ULTIMA MORPHO HYBRID. Dwarf plants similar to Crystal Bowl and Maxim, with small leaves and good basal branching, growing just 6 inches high and wide. Light-colored blue to white wings and deeper-colored yellow to gold lower petals. Upward-facing 2- to 2½-inch flowers show good cold and heat resistance, making them good varieties for spring and fall sales. Highly reliable pot performance. 3813-SD—250 sds $17.25 500 sds $31.00 / 1000 sds $58.50
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with small yellow eye.
4787-SD—Sky Blue 51567-SD—True Blue XP 51571-SD—Yellow XP 51569-SD—White XP
BLOTCH COLORS 51556-SD—Deep Blue Blotch XP 3619-SD—Blue Blotch 3618-SD—Lavender Blotch 3623-SD—Red Blotch 51568-SD—White Blotch XP 51570-SD—Yellow Blotch XP
UNIQUE COLORS 51552-SD—Beaconsfield Imp. XP 51558-SD—Fire XP 3825-SD—Lilac Shades 51561-SD—Marina XP 3789-SD—Pink Shades 51563-SD—Purple Face Imp. XP 51564-SD—Rose Picotee XP 51566-SD—Sunburst XP. Yellow and
3834-SD—Yellow & Purple 3622-SD—Yellow Wink 4788-SD—Violet Picotee
MIXES 51550-SD—Autumn Blaze Mix XP 51551-SD—Baby Boy Mix XP 51553-SD—Blackberry Sundae Mix XP 51554-SD—Blotch Mix XP 51555-SD—Clear Mix XP 51559-SD—Halloween Mix XP 51560-SD—Jewels ‘N Jazz Mix XP 4789-SD—Silhouette Mix. Shades of
primrose, pink, and lilac (not available separately.) 51562-SD—Mix XP. All colors. Any PANOLA™ above, each: 250 sds $11.25 / 500 sds $20.25 1000 sds $38.25 / 2500 sds $87.75
PANSY PLENTIFALL MIX. A trailing Pansy that has exceptional over-wintering ability and lasts well into late spring heat. Plentifall quickly covers itself in medium-sized flowers and happily trails to 24 inches! Colors include, Lavender Blue, Purple Wing, White and Yellow. 4587-SD—100 sds $9.95 500 sds $42.30 / 1000 sds $77.60
PENTAS lanceolata WARM
Do not cover seeds for germination. Grow on temperature 65°-70°. Monitor soil pH levels and maintain a pH above 6.5. High light intensity and high temps improve quality. NORTHERN LIGHTS LAVENDER HYBRID. It is tolerant to cooler weather and lower pH, and yet is equally floriferous in hot climates. The real sales appeal though, is the stunning inflorescences which open in stages for a longer bloom life and unique hydrangea-like appearance. In rows of pentas trials, Northern Lights was a standout! 4669-SD—50 sds $7.95 100 sds $14.30 / 500 sds $62.00
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GRAFFITI HYBRIDS. This hybrid improvement of the long-time bestselling open-pollinated “New Look” variety has unbeatable heat tolerance. It has a wellbranched, compact habit, 18 to 24” all around. Early flowering, with tight 8-inch flowerheads above the foliage. 4 inch pots: 15-18 weeks. 6 inch pots: 16-19 weeks, and baskets: 18-22 weeks. P elleted 4687-SD—Lavender 4684-SD—Rose 4675-SD—Lipstick 4673-SD—Violet 4671-SD—Pink 4674-SD—White 4672-SD—Red 4670-SD—Mix 4683-SD—Red Lace Any GRAFFITI above, each: 100 sds $13.25 / 500 sds $56.30 1000 sds $103.35
Pansy Plentifall Mix
Pansy Panola™ Yellow & Purple
Pentas Graffiti Red Lace
Pentas Northern Lights
Pentas Starla™ Deep Rose
Pentas Graffiti Mix
Pentas New Look Mix
Pentas Kaleidoscope Appleblossom
STARLA™ HYBRIDS. Uniform with a tight flowering window across the colors, Starla makes it easy to produce a consistent product. Plants reach a height of 14-18 inches. Crop time is 16 weeks. P elleted 51601-SD—Blush 51602-SD—Pink 51600-SD—Deep Rose 51603-SD—Red 51604-SD—White 51605-SD—Mix Any STARLA above, each: 100 sds $11.25 / 500 sds $47.80 1000 sds $87.75
KALEIDOSCOPE HYBRIDS. Reaches 18 inches, with the highest germination rate in the industry, and no growth regulators needed. Abundant 4-inch flower clusters appear very early on heat and sun loving plants that thrive in the harshest landscape conditions. P elleted 1752-SD—Appleblossom 1761-SD—Carmine 1768-SD—Deep Red 1767-SD—Lilac Any KALEIDOSCOPE above, each: 100 sds $11.95 / 500 sds $50.80 1000 sds $93.20
NEW LOOK. Clusters of blooms cover 8- to 10-inch basal-branching plants that are heat- and drought-tolerant, and love the sun. Transplant after 7 to 9 weeks to 4-inch pots and grow on at 65°F or above. Blooms 16-19 weeks from sowing. P elleted 1779-SD—Pink 1781-SD—Violet 1780-SD—Red 1783-SD—White 1782-SD—Rose 1784-SD—Mix Any NEW LOOK above, each: 100 sds $11.25 / 500 sds $49.80 1000 sds $87.75
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Spreading Petunias WAVE™ HYBRIDS. Petunia Wave™ is now a name almost every home gardener recognizes and respects! With great weather-resistant color on a spreading 3- to 6-inch form, it’s the Petunia for large baskets and sunny landscape beddings. Wave™ is covered in showy, 2½- to 3-inch blooms all summer, on clean plants that never grow tall! Its excellent performance means big repeat sales, plus many new customers who have heard the raves, seen the plants on TV and point-of-sale advertising, and are eager to “Catch the Wave”! Waves™ spread 3 to 4½ feet and grow just 6 to 8 inches high. The blooms of Blue and Pink are 2 inches; Lavender, Purple and Rose are 2½ inches across; Misty Lilac is the largest at 3 inches. Flowering is fastest with day-lengths greater than 13 hours. Purple Wave is more daylengthsensitive than the other colors. Finishes in 12 to 14 weeks in spring, 9 to 11 weeks in summer. (Call for detailed cultural information.) ALL AMERICA
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irregularly highlighted in white. Spreads to 4+ feet. 1577-SD—Pink. More prostrate habit fits better into series; spreads 3 to 4 feet. 1613-SD—Purple Classic. Spreads 4 + feet. 1591-SD—Rose. Deep rose with darker veins; spreads up to 4’.
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For Waves Seed Count (Pelleted): Sowing: Germination: Days To Germ: Growing On: Days: Nights: Pot Sizes:
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Weeks To Flower: Spring: 12-16 Summer: 9-13 Garden Height: 3 to 6 inches Garden Spread: 3 to 4 feet Key Tips: Supply 10 f.c. (100 lux) of light or more to germinate Blue, Lavender, Pink, and Purple. Light is optional for the other varieties.
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SPREADING PETUNIA, Continued EASY WAVE® HYBRIDS. A second series from the creators of Wave™, with instant name recognition! Easy Wave® features more mounded plants, 8 to 10 inches tall, that spread 2½ to 3 feet. Earlier to bloom under short days (12-16 weeks in spring, 9-13 in summer) with less need for growth regulators. It has more 2¼-inch blooms at the retail bench and complements Wave™ with great garden performance for smaller spaces. P elleted 1518-SD—Blue. Dark blue shading into lighter tones;
more vigorous than Wave Blue.
51606-SD—Burgundy Star 3155-SD—Coral Reef 51610-SD—Mystic Pink Improved new 51639-SD—Neon Rose 1522-SD—Pink new 51649-SD—Pink Dawn 51609-SD—Plum Vein 1530-SD—Red Improved. Opens dark red, lightening with
1519-SD—Rosy Dawn. Opens deep rose with a wide cream
Easy Wave® White
throat; shades to a lighter color, matures to coral-pink with a morn pattern.
1582-SD—Salmon 1524-SD—Shell Pink Improved. Color is darker and more
even. Plant habit is more compact and less upright.
51598-SD—Violet 1533-SD—White Improved 3752-SD—Beachcomber Mix. Blue, Coral Reef, & Shell Pink. 51607-SD—Formula Mix Improved new 51599-SD—Gelato Mix. Coral Reef, Neon Rose and
51608-SD—Plum Pudding Mix. Plum Vein and violet. 3122-SD—Pink Marble Mix. White, Mystic pink, & Pink. 51611-SD— Starfish Mix. Burgundy Star and White
Easy Wave® Coral Reef
Easy Wave® Rosy Dawn
Easy Wave® Blue
Easy Wave® Burgundy Star
1520-SD—The Flag Mix Improved. Red, White and Blue. 3653-SD—Tropicana Mix. Rosy Dawn, Shell Pink, & White Any EASY WAVE® above, each: 100 sds $27.95 / 250 sds $64.30 500 sds $118.80 / 1000 sds $218.00
Easy Wave® Gelato Mix
Easy Wave® Violet
Easy Wave® Neon Rose
Easy Wave® Mystic Pink
Easy Wave® Pink Dawn
Easy Wave® Plum Vein
Easy Wave® Red call 1-800-845-3366 / fax 1-800-209-0360
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Shock Wave® Denim
Shock Wave® Spark Mix
Shock Wave® Coconut
SPREADING PETUNIA, Continued
Shock Wave® Pink Shades
BABY DUCK. Petite, soft yellow blooms crowd this fastgrowing new petunia. The vigorous plants spread up to 3½ feet, easily achieving a delicate glow in the landscape. A perfect color for mixed containers, especially combined with blues, pinks, or purples. P elleted 51620-SD—100 sds $27.95 / 250 sds $64.30 500 sds $118.80 / 1000 sds $218.00 5000 sds $978.25
Shock Wave® Electric Mix
Shock Wave® Buzz Mix
Shock Wave® Pink Vein
new 51593-SD—Coconut 51617-SD—Buzz Mix Imp. 51619-SD—Denim Coconut, Rose, & Pink Shades. 51615-SD—Pink Shades 51618-SD—Electric Mix. 51616-SD—Pink Vein Purple and Pink Vein. new 51592-SD—Spark Mix. 51612-SD—Purple 51614-SD—Rose Coconut, Denim, & Pink Shades Any SHOCK WAVE® above, each: 100 sds $27.95 / 250 sds $64.30 / 500 sds $118.80 1000 sds $218.00
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TIDAL WAVE®. Boasting a terrifically versatile habit, Petunia Tidal Wave® can be grown for many uses. Widely spaced it will perform as a flowering ground cover, 8 to 12 inches tall and spreading up to 4 feet wide. More closely spaced it forms a hedge-like mound reaching 22 inches high. Given support it can even climb up to 3 feet tall! The 2-inch flowers cover plants that demonstrate superb Botrytis resistance and good weather tolerance. Ideal for 6-inch pots or baskets. P elleted
Any TIDAL WAVE® above, each: 100 sds $27.95 / 250 sds $64.30 / 500 sds $118.80 1000 sds $218.00 / 5000 sds $978.25
Tidal Wave® Silver
SHOCK WAVE® HYBRIDS. The latest from the Wave family of petunias! With vibrant flowers nearly the size of Tidal Wave® and the easy to manage habit of Easy Wave, it is the earliest to flower, filling out baskets in a hurry. Floriferous yet self-cleaning plants recover quickly from rain or watering to maintain a fresh appearance longer both at retail and in the garden. And the colors alone will stop ‘em in their tracks! P elleted
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PETUNIA, Continued SPREADING HYBRIDS, Continued RAMBLIN HYBRIDS. This Petunia beats the competition by requiring less growth regulators, being less light sensitive and blooming up to 2 weeks earlier than other varieties. Compact and easy to maintain on the bench, Ramblin is covered with flowers on 8- to 10-inch tall, 2½-foot wide plants. Blooms in 8 to 10 weeks in 4-inch pots; 10 to 12 weeks in baskets 1553-SD—Burgundy Chrome.
4905-SD—Lavender 1690-SD—Lilac Glo 1679-SD—Neon Rose Improved 1567-SD—Nu Blue. Deep blue. 1570-SD—Peach Glo. Soft salmon pink. 4906-SD—Pink 4907-SD—Red 4940-SD—Scarlet 1663-SD—Salmon Capri. Hot bright
1584-SD—Shades O’ Pink. Bright, hot
new 4944-SD—Sugar Plum 4908-SD—Violet Improved 1666-SD—White 4909-SD—Calypso Mix. Rose, peach, and
4910-SD—Razzleberry Mix. Blue, burgun-
dy and lilac.
1562-SD—Mix. All with similar habits.
P elleted Any RAMBLIN above, each: 100 sds $26.95 / 250 sds $62.00 500 sds $114.55 / 1000 sds $210.20
AVALANCHE HYBRIDS. This full, bushy habit (6 to 8 inches high, 3 to 5 feet wide) holds up well in wet weather, making it ideal as a ground cover. Because it’s day-length neutral, expect its 2-inch blooms 3 weeks earlier than other Petunias under short days — it’s ready to sell in just 1 to 2 months! 3732-SD—Beachcomber Mix. Lavender, pink, white, and rose. 3731-SD—Grape 3717-SD—Lavender 3739-SD—Lilac. Vigorous; 10" to 14" tall. 3743-SD—Pink 3702-SD—Red 3755-SD—Rose Improved. Better garden
3713-SD—Salmon Improved. Imp. vigor. 3756-SD—Tropical Red. Lighter than Red, more free-flowering and a better habit. 3718-SD—White
P elleted Any AVALANCHE above, each: 100 sds $26.95 / 250 sds $62.00 500 sds $114.55 / 1000 sds $210.20
Avalanche Red call 1-800-845-3366 / fax 1-800-209-0360
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PETUNIA, Continued SPREADING HYBRIDS, Continued OPERA SUPREME HYBRID. A robust spreading petunia with less light sensitivity! Bred to produce copious amounts of blooms from the tips of the branches to the center of the plant for a seamless floral presentation and beautiful, full baskets. Vigorous plants dominate the landscape with each plant covering up to 12-15 square feet. P elleted
Opera Supreme Lavender
Opera Supreme Pink Morn new
Opera Supreme Coral new
51585-SD—Blue 51586-SD—Coral 51587-SD—Lavender 51588-SD—Lilac Ice new 51583-SD—Light Blue 51590-SD—Purple 1644-SD—Pink Morn. 2006 AAS Winner. new 51584-SD—Raspberry Ice 51589-SD—Salmon 51591-SD—White Any OPERA SUPREME above, each: 100 sds $24.95 / 250 sds $57.40 500 sds $106.05 / 1000 sds $194.60
DOUBLE GRANDIFLORA HYBRIDS PIROUETTE. Large, ruffled, double 3½-inch blooms, each petal edged in white. 15 to 18 inches tall and 24 inches wide.
Opera Supreme Raspberry Ice
Opera Supreme Lilac Ice
Opera Supreme Light Blue
Opera Supreme Blue
Opera Supreme Purple
1583-SD—Purple. AAS Winner. 3819-SD—Red 1627-SD—Rose Any PIROUETTE above, each: 500 sds $15.50 / 1000 sds $27.90 2000 sds $52.70 / 5000 sds $120.90
PARK’S ALL DOUBLE BLENDED MIX. 3½-inch fringed flowers are uniformly early. The spectrum of colors includes: scarlet, carmine rose, orchid, deep salmon rose, pink, violet blue, purple, white, red, light salmon, lavender blue and burgundy, plus many striking bicolors. 3703-SD—500 sds $12.75 1000 sds $22.95 / 2000 sds $43.35 5000 sds $99.45
DOUBLE CASCADE. Big, Early Blooms Laugh at Rain and Wind! 2 to 4 weeks earlier to bloom than older varieties! Improved habit, 24 to 30 inches wide and 15 to 18 inches tall, means showier displays in packs and pots with blooms 4 inches across.
2957-SD—Blue 2914-SD—Burgundy 2919-SD—Orchid Mist. Pale lavender-pink
splashed with white.
2915-SD—Pink 2920-SD—Soft Pink. Slightly more vigorous
than other colors.
Double Cascade Mix
Park’s All Double Blended Mix 60
Double Cascade Blue
2917-SD—Mix. Contains all 5 colors. Any DOUBLE CASCADE above, each: 500 sds $14.95 / 1000 sds $26.90 2000 sds $50.85 / 5000 sds $116.60
P elleted 4852-SD—Blue 4846-SD—Burgundy 4850-SD—Orchid Mist 4847-SD—Pink 4851-SD—Soft Pink 4849-SD—Mix Any DOUBLE CASCADE pelleted above, each: 500 sds $15.50 / 1000 sds $27.90 2000 sds $52.70 / 5000 sds $120.90
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PETUNIA, Continued GRANDIFLORA HYBRIDS ALADDIN. 3½-inch flowers with the oldfashioned waves and ruffles of America’s favorite Petunias from 30 years ago, with the early flowering and colors of today. Slightly mounded plants, 12 inches tall and 18 inches wide, are covered with blooms all season. 2931-SD—Blue 2932-SD—Red 2930-SD—Burgundy 2958-SD—Salmon 2936-SD—Cherry 2922-SD—Sky Blue 2928-SD—Lilac 2970-SD—Summer 2897-SD—Neon Ice 2948-SD—Orange 2934-SD—White 2900-SD—Peach Morn 2942-SD—Yellow 2929-SD—Pink 2933-SD—Pink Morn 2923-SD—Arabian Nights Mix 2973-SD—Burgundy Morn Mix 2927-SD—Cherry Morn Mix 2938-SD—Nautical Mix 2937-SD—Mix Any ALADDIN above, each: 500 sds $4.95 / 1000 sds $8.90 2000 sds $16.85 / 5000 sds $38.60
P elleted 4861-SD—Blue 4862-SD—Red 4860-SD—Burgundy 4873-SD—Salmon 4869-SD—Cherry 4872-SD—Sky Blue 4858-SD—Lilac 4874-SD—Summer 4870-SD—Neon Ice 4868-SD—Orange 4864-SD—White 4871-SD—Peach Morn 4867-SD—Yellow 4859-SD—Pink 4863-SD—Pink Morn 4856-SD—Arabian Nights Mix 4855-SD—Burgundy Morn Mix 4857-SD—Cherry Morn Mix 4866-SD—Nautical Mix 4865-SD—Mix Any ALADDIN Pelleted above, each: 500 sds $6.50 / 1000 sds $11.70 2000 sds $22.10 / 5000 sds $50.70 10,000 sds $91.00
Aladdin Cherry Morn Mix
SAMBA. A trailing grandiflora petunia from seed, the first of its kind! Large, 3-3½ inch flowers begin from the center of the plant and continue along cascading branches to make show-stopping baskets and containers. Grow like traditional grandiflora types and sell pots that are 4 inches or larger. 51594-SD—Blue 51595-SD—Burgundy
Any SAMBA above, each: 250 sds $49.95 / 500 sds $92.50 1000 sds $170.00
DADDY. Big, 4-inch, ruffled blooms appear early on uniform, 15- to 18-inch tall and 24- to 30-inch wide plants. Extremely long shelf life and weather tolerance. 1608-SD—Blue. Light blue w/dark veins. 3774-SD—Orchid. AAS Winner. Light plum w/ darker veins. 1564-SD—Peppermint. Pink w/ slight blue cast & rose veins. 1558-SD—Pink. Soft pink with prominent deep rose veins. 3775-SD—Strawberry. Coral w/ red veins. 1600-SD—Sugar. Huge, veined orchid-purple flowers. 1566-SD—Mix. Mixture of the above plus a plum & silver. Any DADDY above, each: 500 sds $6.50 / 1000 sds $11.70 2000 sds $22.10 / 5000 sds $50.70
P elleted 4885-SD—Blue 4886-SD—Orchid 4882-SD—Peppermint 4881-SD—Pink 4887-SD—Strawberry 4884-SD—Sugar 4883-SD—Mix Any DADDY Pelleted above, each: 500 sds $7.25 / 1000 sds $13.05 2000 sds $24.65 / 5000 sds $56.55
Daddy Blue call 1-800-845-3366 / fax 1-800-209-0360
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Dreams Coral Morn
GRANDIFLORA Hybrids, Continued
DREAMS. A series bred for its high seed quality with a 90%+ Yield Potential Rate and uniform emergence. Pack and plug performance are also excellent. All colors are matched for bloomtime, producing 3½-inch blooms, and dwarf, bushy, 12- to 15-inch tall, and 24-inch wide uniform plant habits. The non-fading, vibrant colors are weathertolerant and resistant to Botrytis, improving shelf-life and garden performance. 3763-SD—Appleblossom 3714-SD—Burgundy 3773-SD—Burgundy Picotee
Burgundy edged in white.
51629-SD—Coral Morn 51623-SD—Fuchsia 3758-SD—Midnight 3715-SD—Neon Rose 3754-SD—Pink 3757-SD—Red 3780-SD—Rose 51621-SD—Rose Morn 3840-SD—Rose Picotee. Rose edged
Donna Pure Color Mix
3753-SD—Salmon 3842-SD—Sky Blue 3769-SD—White 51624-SD—Day Dreams Mix 3762-SD—Patriot Mix. Dazzling red,
white and midnight-blue.
3744-SD—Waterfall Mix. Tones of lilac & midnight-blue, plus white.
3785-SD—Wild Rose Mix 3759-SD—Mix Improved Any DREAMS above, each: 500 sds $5.95; / 1000 sds $10.70 2000 sds $20.25 / 5000 sds $46.40 10,000 sds $83.30
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Donna Vein Mix
DREAMS, Continued P elleted 2666-SD—Appleblossom 2250-SD—Burgundy 2678-SD—Burgundy Picotee 2240-SD—Coral Morn 2716-SD—Fuchsia 2668-SD—Midnight 2667-SD—Neon Rose 2669-SD—Pink 2672-SD—Red 2661-SD—Rose 2687-SD—Rose Morn 2679-SD—Rose Picotee 2670-SD—Salmon 2686-SD—Sky Blue 2671-SD—White 2714-SD—Day Dreams Mix 2664-SD—Patriot Mix 2640-SD—Wild Rose Mix 2673-SD—Mix Any DREAMS pelleted above, each: 500 sds $7.25 / 1000 sds $13.05 2000 sds $24.65 / 5000 sds $56.55
DONNA HYBRIDS. (Formerly named ‘Pack’ Series) Early flowering, extra large 4-inch grandiflora blooms on compact, uniform plants. Great pack and garden performance in our trials. The plants were top performers for creating a large, dense habit without getting leggy. Showed great weather tolerance, too.
4924-SD—Blue 4925-SD—Blue Vein 4923-SD—Scarlet 4921-SD—White 4927-SD—Vein Mix 4928-SD—Picotee Mix 4929-SD—Pure Color Mix Any DONNA above, each: 500 sds $6.50 / 1000 sds $11.70 2000 sds $22.10 / 5000 sds $50.70
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PETUNIA, Continued GRANDIFLORA Hybrids, Continued DOLCISSIMA SERIES. Developed by Italian breeder Farmen these gorgeous, multishaded blooms are truly impressive. Offer your customers these novelty types in 4-inch pots or color bowls and baskets for premium sales. They are especially appropriate for Mother’s Day! 1399-SD—Flambé-
Fleuroselect Quality Mark. Pale rose with
lemon and splashed with white. 1400-SD—Fragolino-
(Multiflora.) Vibrant shading of rosy- cranberry with touches of yellow and cream. Any DOLCISSIMA above, each: 500 sds $11.50 1000 sds $20.70 2000 sds $39.10 5000 sds $89.70
P elleted 4728-SD—Flambé 4729-SD—Fragolino Any DOLCISSIMA Pelleted above, each: 500 sds $14.75 1000 sds $26.55 2000 sds $50.15 5000 sds $115.05
SOPHISTICA. Truly unique colors in professional quality seed. Large flowers are typical of the class, but eye-catching changeable color will demand a premium price. Well matched flowering time. Plants reach 10-15 inches high and 10-12 inches wide. P elleted
51645-SD—Antique Shades 51646-SD—Blue Morn 51647-SD—Lime Bicolor Any SOPHISTICA above, each: 100 sds $14.95 250 sds $34.40 1000 sds $116.60
PICOTEE VARIETIES CANDY PICOTEE HYBRIDS. This high-quality seed produces the best picotee available. It’s hard to find a Petunia with a reliable picotee pattern, but Candy Picotee produces blooms with a FULLY STABLE pattern! Fuller and more compact than other Petunias, the plants, 6 to 8 inches tall and wide, are heads above others in tolerating adverse weather. Blooms, up to 3 inches across, arrive all summer. 2905-SD—Blue 2912-SD—Burgundy 2921-SD—Red 2953-SD—Rose 2962-SD—Velvet 2968-SD—Formula Mix Any CANDY PICOTEE above, each: 250 sds $7.95 500 sds $14.30 1000 sds $27.05 2000 sds $50.90 5000 sds $111.30
Candy Picotee Blue
Candy Picotee Burgundy
Candy Picotee Velvet
Candy Picotee Red
Candy Picotee Rose call 1-800-845-3366 / fax 1-800-209-0360
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Ultra Wild Water Mix
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Ultra Star Mix
PETUNIA, Continued PETUNIA GRANDIFLORA Hybrids, Continued ULTRA. Compact and early flowering, Ultras are great performers in packs and containers, showing uniform color on bushy plants with excellent weather tolerance. Outdoors, they create a carpet of blooms up to 4 inches across to provide lots of early color on low, spreading, 12- to 14-inch plants. 1637-SD—Blue 3803-SD—Blue Vein 1632-SD—Burgundy 51626-SD—Fresh White 1624-SD—Lilac 3531-SD—Pastel Pink 3746-SD—Peppermint 1612-SD—Pink
1622-SD—Plum 1642-SD—Red 1635-SD—Rose Imp. 1645-SD—Salmon 3837-SD—Scarlet 3799-SD—Sky Blue 1623-SD—Violet 1646-SD—White
STAR COLORS 1643-SD—Blue Star 3745-SD—Crimson Star 1683-SD—Red Star 1682-SD—Rose Star Improved MIXES 1610-SD—Limited Edition Mix. Mix of White,
Salmon, Pink, Blue, Rose, Sky Blue and Scarlet. (uniform bloom time). 1585-SD—Old Glory Mix. Blue Star & Red Star.
3860-SD—Star Mix 51627-SD—Wild Water Mix 1640-SD—Mix. Formula mix of 21 colors. Any ULTRA above, each: 500 sds $5.25 / 1000 sds $9.45 2000 sds $17.85 / 5000 sds $40.95
P elleted 2266-SD—Blue 2257-SD—Blue Vein 2255-SD—Burgundy 51630-SD—Fresh White 2349-SD—Light Pink Vein 2353-SD—Lilac 2615-SD—Pastel Pink 2612-SD—Peppermint 2252-SD—Pink 2264-SD—Plum
Supercascade Blue 64
2260-SD—Red 2265-SD—Rose 2262-SD—Salmon 2253-SD—Salmon Morn 2267-SD—Scarlet 2256-SD—Sky Blue 2301-SD—Violet 2259-SD—White
ULTRA PELLETED, Continued STAR COLORS 2254-SD—Blue Star 2251-SD—Crimson Star. AAS Winner 2258-SD—Red Star MIXES 2604-SD—Limited Edition Mix 2613-SD—Star Mix 2268-SD—Mix 51631-SD—Wild Water Mix Any ULTRA Pelleted above, each: 500 sds $6.75 / 1000 sds $12.15 2000 sds $22.95 / 5000 sds $52.65
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SUPERCASCADE. 4½-inch flowers make a great impact on retail sales! This well-known series produces very large blooms on vigorous, well-branched plants 15 to 18 inches tall and 24 to 30 inches wide. Early-blooming, with a long shelf life, they’re second-to-none in hanging baskets and planters.
1594-SD—Blue 1578-SD—Blush. Light pink w/richer pink overlay. 3771-SD—Burgundy 1569-SD—Lilac 1606-SD—Pink 1609-SD—Red Improved 1565-SD—Rose 1598-SD—Salmon 1586-SD—White 3751-SD—Mix. Above colors. Any SUPERCASCADE above, each: 500 sds $5.95 / 1000 sds $10.70 2000 sds $20.25 / 5000 sds $46.40
P elleted 4914-SD—Blue 4917-SD—Red 4912-SD—Blush 4920-SD—Rose 4919-SD—Burgundy 4915-SD—Salmon 4911-SD—Lilac 4913-SD—White 4916-SD—Pink 4918-SD—Mix Any SUPERCASCADE Pelleted above, each: 500 sds $6.95 / 1000 sds $12.50 2000 sds $23.65 / 5000 sds $54.20
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CELEBRITY. AAS Winner. With an extremely fast bloom time (53 days in packs, 43 days in the field), Celebrity bears large, 3½-inch flowers on compact 4-inch plants in packs. Stalwart under humid, rainy conditions, the plants (reaching 8 to 10 inches in the garden) remain neat and compact all summer. P elleted
FANTASY. The world’s first miniature milliflora Petunia, Fantasy plants are tight, dwarf well-branched mounds of color! Just 8 to 10 inches tall (10 to 12 inches in warmer climates), they require no growth regulators or pinching! And they are awash in 1- to 1½-inch blooms earlier than any other Petunia. Use a constant feed at a lower rate than other Petunias, and avoid stressing plants. Finishes in just 7 to 8 weeks!
1670-SD—Blue 1653-SD—Pink 1634-SD—Pink Morn. AAS Winner. 1651-SD—Red 1674-SD—Mix. All colors listed. Any FANTASY above, each: 500 sds $6.25 / 1000 sds $11.25 2000 sds $21.25
P elleted 2535-SD—Blue 2538-SD—Crystal Red 2537-SD—Pink 2534-SD—Pink Morn. AAS Winner. 2533-SD—Red 2539-SD—Mix Any FANTASY pelleted above, each: 500 sds $8.25 / 1000 sds $14.85 2000 sds $28.05
PICOBELLA™. Naturally dwarf milliflora type produces loads of blooms on mounded plants. No PGR's needed, and a tight flowering window makes production a snap in 8-10 weeks. Reaches 10-12 inches high and wide. 51661-SD—Blue 51662-SD—Carmine 51663-SD—Light Lavender 51664-SD—Rose new 51669-SD—Rose Morn new 51660-SD—Rose Star 51667-SD—Red 51668-SD—Salmon 51665-SD—White 51666-SD—Mix Any PICOBELLA™ above, each: 250 sds $5.95 / 500 sds $10.70 1000 sds $20.25
P elleted 51676-SD—Blue 51677-SD—Carmine 51678-SD—Light Lavender 51679-SD—Rose 51682-SD—Red new 51684-SD—Rose Morn new 51675-SD—Rose Star 51683-SD—Salmon 51680-SD—White 51681-SD—Mix Any PICOBELLA pelleted above, each: 250 sds $6.95 / 500 sds $12.50 1000 sds $23.65
Phlox 21st Century Buttercream
2271-SD—Blue 2281-SD—Burgundy 2274-SD—Red 2279-SD—White 2287-SD—Mix Any CELEBRITY pelleted above, each: 500 sds $5.25 / 1000 sds $9.45 2000 sds $17.85
Petunia Fantasy Mix
PHLOX drummondii, Annual Phlox COOL
Offer in packs, sowing direct 10 weeks prior to anticipated sales date in the North, 9 weeks prior in the South. Treat with fungicidal drench. After transplanting, water sparingly until plants are established. Sun lover.
Petunia Picobella™ White
21ST CENTURY HYBRIDS. The first F1 Hybrid Phlox! A superb performer, thanks to its hybrid vigor and tolerance of a wide range of conditions, temperatures and locations. 1-inch flowers bloom profusely on 10-inch plants from spring till frost. Germinates at a 90% success rate; finishes in 10 to 11 weeks. Do not stress or allow plugs to stall and provide at least 6 hours of direct light. Note: Seed must be properly stored and sown within 6 months of receipt. P rimed 4732-SD—Buttercream 1704-SD—Blue Star 4733-SD—Pink 1692-SD—Rose Star 1713-SD—Magenta Mix. Rich shades
of white, red, magenta and rose.
Petunia Picobella™ Blue
Petunia Picobella™ Rose Star
Petunia Picobella™ Rose
1734-SD—Patriot Mix. Blue, Scarlet,
1719-SD—Complete Mix. Blue,
Salmon, Crimson, Magenta, Scarlet and White. Any 21ST CENTURY above, each: 100 sds $10.75 / 250 sds $24.75 500 sds $45.70 / 1000 sds $83.85
Petunia Picobella™ Rose Morn
Phlox 21st Century Blue Star
Petunia Celebrity Mix
Phlox 21st Century Complete Mix call 1-800-845-3366 / fax 1-800-209-0360
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PORTULACA grandiflora, Ross Moss WARM
Brightly colored flowers on low-growing, succulent plants. Multiple-sow directly in packs or pots; soil temperature of 75º-80°F is critical. Grow at 60°F days. Use 5 to 6 plants per 8-inch basket, 7 to 8 per 10-inch basket. For Portulaca Crop Time Chart, see page 11. SUNDIAL HYBRIDS. The Stand-Out for a Solid Carpet of Color! The world’s first hybrid Portulaca, Sundial is vigorous, uniform, floriferous and supremely weather-tolerant! A star in our trials, its 2-inch, fully double blooms flower early in the pack on compact 6-inch tall plants that spread 14 to 16 inches wide. 1700-SD—Fuchsia 1697-SD—Gold 1709-SD—Mango 1698-SD—Orange 1708-SD—Peach. 1999 AAS Winner. 1705-SD—Peppermint. Pink w/
Vigorous habit creates a thick carpet!
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PORTULACA grandiflora, Cont.
MARGARITA HYBRIDS. Lush, Compact, & Quick to Finish! Uniquely compact and mounded, this Portulaca is perfect for packs, boasting 1½-inch semi-double blooms on dense 4-inch plants that finish in just 8 weeks! In the sunny garden, Margarita spreads 10 to 12 inches, retaining its dense, mounded habit for maximum coverage. Convenient multi-seed pellets contain an average of 2 to 4 seeds for reliable, easy planting. Note: Sow when soil temperature is 75º-80°F. Photoperiod must be at least 10 hours and 50 minutes to achieve flowering without the need for night interruption lighting. M
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1726-SD—Rosita. 2001 AAS Winner. Deep
2564-SD—Scarlet 1740-SD—Strawberry 1737-SD—Park’s Fruit Splash Mix.
Orange, Rosita & Strawberry. 1739-SD—Pastel Mix. Pastel-Pink, Gold, Lemon, Apricot, Coconut and Cream. 1723-SD—Mix. All colors above, plus White. Any MARGARITA pelleted above, each: 250 sds $10.95 / 500 sds $19.70 1000 sds $37.25 5000 sds $153.30
STOPWATCH HYBRIDS. Stopwatch is more compact than the popular Sundial series, reaching a final height of 6 inches in the garden. And they bloom more predictably year round than Margarita, so you can get a faster start on growing! If you have used PGR’s in the past, Stopwatch will require fewer treatments while still filling flats with solid masses of color. Blooms in 8 weeks. M
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JOEY™. Discover the potential of this genus, and show your customers something they haven’t seen before! Expect 3-inch bottlebrush inflorescences 14 weeks after sowing. Plants are drought and heat tolerant, reaching 12-16 inches. 51641-SD—50 sds $19.95 / 250 sds $84.80 / 500 sds $155.60
BRAZILIAN FIREWORKS MARACAS. A colorful tropical addition to your shade loving annuals line-up. This eye-popping combination of variegated foliage and purple and pink bicolored flowers is perfect for mixed containers or gift plants. Heat-loving, it also makes a good bedding plant in warm climates. 4657-SD—100 sds $24.95 / 250 sds $57.40 / 500 sds $106.00
Porphyrocoma Brazilian Fireworks Maracas
PRIMULA COOL/Z 5-8
Sow seeds June through August, approximately 28 weeks prior to sales date using a well-drained medium. Do not cover seed. Grow on at 50°F, transplanting into 21/2-inch pots as soon as seedlings can be handled. Before potbound move into 4-inch pots. Finish and hold at 40º-45°F nighttime temperature. For Primula Crop Time Chart, see page 11. DANOVA HYBRIDS. (P. acaulis or P. vulgaris.) Simplified scheduling due to an extremely uniform plant habit, flower size and bloom window. Large 1½-inch blooms in a wide range of colors. 1807-SD—Grower Select Mix. 8 to 10 high impact colors. 1757-SD—Full Mix. 26 colors total. Any DANOVA above, each: 100 sds $10.75 / 200 sds $19.35 500 sds $45.70 / 1000 sds $83.85
Ranunculus Magic Mix
Primula Danova Grower Select Mix
MACHÉ MIX. A profitable cool season bedding plant with minimal input costs, Maché Mix has been bred for higher germination (minimum 80%) and stronger seedling vigor. For full or partial shade, it grows to 16 inches high and spreads to 12 inches. Sow in August for March sales. Large buds hint to customers of vigorous flowers to come. 4-inch crop time is 20 to 25 weeks, plug crop time 10 to 13 weeks. 3903-SD—100 sds $11.95 / 500 sds $50.80 / 1000 sds $93.20
Ruellia Southern Star Blue
MAGIC MIX. The only dwarf Ranunculus on the market! No PGR’s needed for these naturally short and vibrant beauties. Perfect for small spaces and containers, reaching no more than 8 inches in height.
Ranunculus Maché Mix
51640-SD—100 sds $15.95 / 500 sds $67.80 / 1000 sds $124.40
SOUTHERN STAR. A dwarf that’s easy to schedule, easy to maintain, and easy on the eyes! Tolerates heat and both wet and dry conditions. Hardy zone 8 and higher. 51655-SD—Blue 51656-SD—Pink 51657-SD—White Any SOUTHERN STAR above, each: 100 sds $22.25 / 250 sds $51.20 / 500 sds $94.55
Ruellia Southern Star White
RHODOCHITON atrosanguineum WARM
PURPLE BELLS. Without a doubt the most free-flowering vine we’ve seen! Vines to 10 feet bear masses of bell-shaped, maroon-purple pendant 2-inch blooms, with 5-lobed mouths and deep purple corollas. Longblooming, it begins 4 months from sowing. Winters over in frost-free areas. Great in hanging baskets. 1771-SD—100 sds $19.95 / 500 sds $84.80 / 1000 sds $155.60
Ruellia Southern Star Pink
Rhodochiton Purple Bells
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RUDBECKIA hirta, Gloriosa Daisy WARM
Ideal for late summer sales and for cutting from early summer until frost. Very heat-tolerant and easy to grow as pack (green) or pot plants. Sow early January, covering seed lightly; keep uniformly moist. Grow on at 60°F nights. Transplant at first true-leaf stage; feed constantly. Extend day length to 14 to 16 hours or use nightlighting (6 hours for 6 weeks, or until stems start to elongate). B-9 responsive. For Rudbeckia Crop Time Chart, see page 11.
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CHERRY BRANDY. The first-ever red Rudbeckia from seed. Masses of 3-4 inch flowers cover these robust, well-branched plants. Tolerant of heat, drought and poor soils. Sell in quarts or gallons for a premium price. Reaches 24 inches in height.
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PRAIRIE SUN. 2003 AAS Winner. Beautiful 5-inch blooms sport a stable, unique pattern of light green central cones ringed by yellow petals with pastel or primrose yellow tips. Dependable and floriferous 3-foot plants are ideal for naturalizing. Grow as an annual in 5- to 6-inch pots. Sell green. Blooms in 15 weeks. 1878-SD—250 sds $11.95 / 500 sds $23.25 1000 sds $44.00
TIGER EYE HYBRID. Hybrid unformity, vigor, and disease tolerance that can’t be beat! These well-branched, 16-24 inch plants cover themselves in long lasting blooms. Produce 4-inch pots and larger in 14-17 weeks.
Rudbeckia Prairie Sun
51651-SD—100 sds $15.95 / 500 sds $67.80 1000 sds $124.40
Rudbeckia Tiger Eye
CHEROKEE SUNSET. 2002 AAS Winner. Rich autumn tones saturate each huge semi- to fully double 3- to 4½-inch bloom! This Rudbeckia is ideal for spring sales in 6-inch pots. Branching plants reach 24 to 30 inches tall and 12 inches wide. 1764-SD—250 sds $5.75 / 500 sds $10.35 1000 sds $19.55
Rudbeckia Cherokee Sunset
CAPPUCCINO. Fleuroselect Gold Medal. This vigorous, heat tolerant Fleuroselect Gold Medal Winner boasts an abundance of 4-inch blooms. Great for the garden or containers, rich, rust centered yellow blooms appear in 80-90 days. Semi tall plants. 51650-SD—500 sds $16.95 / 1000 sds 30.50 5000 sds $132.20
TOTO. Compact Rudbeckia growing only 8 to 10 inches tall and covered with heavily-textured flowers all summer on strong stems. Early blooming, very weather-resistant, and heat-tolerant. Sell green in 2½-inch cells 8 to 9 weeks after sowing. 1796-SD—Gold. Original Toto. 1880-SD—Lemon. Lemon-yellow. 1879-SD—Rustic. Yellow & burgundy.
Rudbeckia Toto Rustic
Rudbeckia Denver Daisy
4896-SD—Mix Any TOTO above, each: 500 sds $8.95 / 1000 sds $16.10 / 2000 sds $30.45
DENVER DAISY. Selected to highlight Denver’s 150th year celebration, this outstanding new Rudbeckia thrives in the heat. It covers itself in 6-8 inch golden flowers with a distinctly ringed dark eye. Excellent for landscaping, reaching 22-26 inches high. 51653-SD—250 sds $7.95 / 500 sds $14.30 1000 sds $27.05
INDIAN SUMMER. AAS Winner. Golden-yellow single and semi-double blooms 6 to 9 inches across! Flowers in just 10 to 12 weeks from sowing. Upright but dense habit, 3 to 3½ feet tall, with no staking required.
1778-SD—100 sds $2.95 / 200 sds $5.30 500 sds $12.55 / 1000 sds $23.00
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Salvia performs best in full sun in the north, part shade in the south. Germination is aided by light — do not cover seed with soil (a light covering of vermiculite can be used to help maintain moisture). Transplant at 2 true-leaf stage and grow on at 55º-60°F. Salvia is very sensitive to methyl bromide-treated soil and to high salt levels. For stocky plants and best foliage color grow a bit dry or treat with B-9 2 to 3 weeks after transplanting, and fertilize lightly. For Salvia Crop Time Chart, see page 11.
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to Hotline for high demand colors and top garden performance. Just 6 to 8 weeks from sowing, Hotline seedlings are blooming in the pack — and you may wonder if they ever stop! Plants are strong, vigorous garden performers, growing about 10 to 12 inches tall and wide in sunny or partially shaded beds, and cloaked in rich, dark-green, waxy leaves right to the ground. Blooms are produced in huge numbers on these strong, stocky, 8-inch-plus spikes! Hotline keeps its neat, attractive habit, vivid color, and lavish flower production throughout the hottest weather, providing a longer, more floriferous season of bloom. Stays neat and colorful until frost!
1824-SD—Blue 1827-SD—Burgundy 1830-SD—Orange 1847-SD—Pink 1804-SD—Red 1877-SD—Rose 1818-SD—Salmon 1814-SD—Violet. Deep purple. 1815-SD—White 1825-SD—Mix Any HOTLINE above, each: 250 sds $4.75 / 500 sds $8.55 1000 sds $16.15 / 2500 sds $37.05 5000 sds $66.50 10,000 sds $123.50
PICANTE. With a larger, more vigorous “landscape-style” habit than many Salvia, Picante grows 14 to 16 inches tall and a foot wide, with spiked blooms up to 6 inches tall. It is bred to be uniform for timing, habit, and flower form. Blooming summer to fall, it is perfect for filling large beds. 4638-SD—Burgundy 4643-SD—Light Purple 4645-SD—Purple 4649-SD—Salmon 4651-SD—Scarlet 4644-SD—Mix Any PICANTE above, each: 250 sds $5.25 / 500 sds $9.45 1000 sds $17.85 / 5000 sds $73.50
SALSA HYBRIDS. Quickest Flowering Series! Day-length neutral packs bloom 5 days before other varieties — just 8 to 10 weeks from sowing. Long-lasting blooms are outstanding as bedding plants reaching 12 to 14 inches high, and valuable in color bowls and large tubs. 1851-SD—Burgundy 1848-SD—Light Purple 4956-SD—Plum 1849-SD—Purple 1857-SD—Rose 1850-SD—Rose Bicolor 1852-SD—Salmon 1853-SD—Salmon Bicolor 1854-SD—Scarlet 1855-SD—Scarlet Bicolor. Fleuroselect Quality Mark 1813-SD—Bicolor Mix 1856-SD—Mix. All colors above. Any SALSA above, each: 250 sds $5.95 / 500 sds $10.70 1000 sds $20.25 / 2500 sds $46.40
FLARE. A profusion of full scarlet-red spikes that contrast beautifully with deep green foliage on 18-inch-tall, freeflowering plants. Remarkably heat-tolerant, it self-cleans and provides color all summer. Best in 4-inch pots. 1799-SD—500 sds $9.95 1000 sds $17.90 / 2500 sds $42.30 5000 sds $77.60
MOJAVE. Compact habit and superior flower spike structure create an intense impact. Bred for pack performance, these heat tolerant plants are day length neutral and boast broad, deep green leaves. Flowers approximately 65 days after sowing. 51670-SD—250 sds $4.75 500 sds $8.55 / 1000 sds $16.15 2500 sds $37.05
REDDY. Early and compact, Reddy is the natural choice for pack production. It’s unique non-stretching habit allows for a long shelf life. The flower spikes are densely packed with color and the plants have dense basal branching. Remains only 8-10 inches tall throughout the summer. 51694-SD—Red 51695-SD—Scarlet Bicolor 51696-SD—Formula Mix Any REDDY above, each: 250 sds $5.95 / 500 sds $10.70 1000 sds $20.25
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SALVIA splendens, Continued VISTA. Intense color saturation, early blooms, and terrific garden performance. With an impressive 90%+ Yield Potential rate and dense foliage topped by flowers just 9 to 10 weeks from sowing, Vista is unbeatable for quick sales. In the garden it offers fantastic heat tolerance, color retention and long-lasting blooms on 10- to 12-inch plants.
Salvia Vista Mix
1867-SD—Burgundy 1863-SD—Lavender 1862-SD—Purple 1812-SD—Red 1835-SD—Red & White 51672-SD—Rose 1864-SD—Salmon 1870-SD—White 1869-SD—Formula Mix. Salmon not
Any VISTA above, each: 250 sds $5.95 / 500 sds $10.70 1000 sds $20.25 / 2500 sds $46.40 5000 sds $83.30
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Salvia Blue Angel
Salvia Coral Nymph
FAIRY QUEEN. A perfect companion to AAS winner Evolution, Fairy Queen is a match in both height and habit. Its unique beauty is the dusting of white on the dense blue flower spikes. Floriferous and wellbranched, it makes a perfect addition to the garden or mixed container.
Salvia Fairy Queen
51671-SD—500 sds $6.95 1000 sds $12.50 / 5000 sds $54.20
EVOLUTION. Unique deep violet bloom spikes (8-10 inches) are more intense in color than any other of its type. A 2006 AAS award winner, it’s more compact than most Salvias, with better branching and more flower spikes. A lucrative season extender with a long-blooming season and high weather tolerance. Grows to 18 inches high, and 14 inches around. 1805-SD—500 sds $6.95 1000 sds $12.50 / 5000 sds $54.20
VICTORIA. Fleuroselect Award Winner. Large, violet-blue spikes on compact 16- to 18-inch plants that spread to 14 inches across. The best for color intensity and duration of bloom. 1817-SD—500 sds $2.95 1000 sds $5.30 / 2500 sds $12.55 5000 sds $23.00
Salvia Patio Sky Blue & Deep Blue
Sanvitalia Sprite Orange 70
Slender, open, 4- to 9-inch terminal flower spikes are made of ¾ inch trumpet-shaped blooms. Bushy plants last for a long bloom season — early summer to frost. Salvia is one of the easiest and toughest annuals, very tolerant of heat and drought. Plants spread to 12 inches. BLUE ANGEL. (S. patens) The richest of the blues, these 2 to 2½ inch aquamarine flowers arise from midsummer till frost. Upright plants reach 24 to 28 inches high, 8 to 12 inches wide pairing well with Begonias, Pentas, Tithonias, and Rudbeckias in the sunny garden or large containers. Blooms in 11 to 13 weeks. 1821-SD—250 sds $11.25 500 sds $20.25 / 1000 sds $38.25
PATIO. (S. patens) Compact, basal branching plants bloom in just 12-14 weeks from sowing. The pastel colors practically glow. Perfect for impressive 6” pots. 51685-SD—Deep Blue 51687-SD—Sky Blue 51686-SD—Pink 51688-SD—White Any PATIO above, each: 50 sds $7.95 / 100 sds $14.30 500 sds $62.00
NYMPH. (S. coccinea) Long-blooming cultivar, with a bushy habit and clean, dark green foliage. Can be grown in pots with hormone treatment. 2314-SD—Coral. Salmon-coral and white bicolor, 24 to 26 inches tall. 2323-SD—Snow. Pure white flower spikes up to 2 feet tall. Any NYMPH above, each: 500 sds $9.95 / 1000 sds $17.90 2500 sds $42.30
SANVITALIA, Creeping Zinnia WARM
SPRITE. (S. procumbens) Produces semi-double and double 3/4-inch flowers all summer long on compact plants 6 to 8 inches tall and 14 to 16 inches wide. With excellent results in many university trials, it is a superior ground cover or trailing filler with great heat resistance.
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1886-SD—Orange 1889-SD—Yellow Any SPRITE above, each: 500 sds $9.95 / 1000 sds $17.90 5000 sds $77.60
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AZTEC GOLD. (S. speciosa) A better branching habit and MORE blooms! ¾-inch golden-yellow flowers with starred yellow centers contrast against dark green foliage. Flowers in 11 to 14 weeks in 4-inch pots. Reaches 6 to 8 inches tall, 14 to 16 inches wide. Shoots grow upright when young, then grow into a ground covering carpet of flowers. Improved APEX seed. 1836-SD—500 sds $18.95 1000 sds $34.10
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SNAPDRAGON, Antirrhinum majus COOL
Treat as annuals in the north; they will often overwinter in southern climates if mulched. Prechill seed 5 to 7 days before sowing. Light aids germination. Grow on at 45º-50°. Adequate spacing controls fungus problems. For Snapdragon Crop Time Chart, see page 11.
TALL VARIETIES ROCKET HYBRIDS. Heat tolerant and 30 to 36 inches tall, it bears long spikes with closely spaced florets. Good for garden or cutting. Flowers best under long days. 2592-SD—Bronze 2593-SD—Cherry 0106-SD—Golden 0120-SD—Lemon 2594-SD—Orchid 2596-SD—Pink 0105-SD—Rose 2599-SD—White 0101-SD—Mix. All above. Any ROCKET above, each: 500 sds $5.25 / 1000 sds $9.45 2500 sds $22.30 / 5000 sds $40.95
LIBERTY CLASSIC HYBRIDS. Taller and sturdier than Ribbon, they are superb for cutting, yet never need staking! Bright blooms in the 9 original Liberty colors on majestic 18- to 22-inch spikes, including laterals. Uniform bloom time and size.
0140-SD—Bronze. Bronze-orange. 0145-SD—Cherry. Deep cherry-red. 0138-SD—Crimson. Crimson-red. 0152-SD—Lavender 0148-SD—Light Pink. Soft pink. 0147-SD—Rose Pink. Cool pink. 0139-SD—Scarlet. Scarlet-orange. 0154-SD—White 0153-SD—Yellow 0137-SD—Mix Any LIBERTY CLASSIC above, each: 500 sds $7.25 / 1000 sds $13.05
TALL VARIETIES, Continued AROMAS HYBRIDS. A full sized garden snapdragon that’s quick to finishjust 12-14 weeks for fall sales. Wellbranched plants have strong stems that resist lodging. Fragrant flower spikes appear across all colors within a 5-day window. Excellent for landscaping or cutflowers, reaching 24-30 inches tall and 12-14 inches wide. 51721-SD—French Vanilla 51722-SD—Fresh Lemon 51723-SD—Magenta Mist 51724-SD—Red Spice 51725-SD—Sweet Pink Any AROMAS above, each: 100 sds $7.95 / 500 sds $33.80 1000 sds $62.00
CHANTILLY HYBRIDS. These big blooms crowd tightly along the 4- to 4 ½-inch tips of long, elegant, very strong stems just made for cutting. Very longlasting in the vase, and a stately presence in the sunny garden. new 51704-SD—Cream Yellow 51706-SD—Deep Orange new 51705-SD—Pink Any CHANTILLY above, each: 500 sds $8.95 / 1000 sds $16.10
INTERMEDIATE VARIETIES FREESONG HYBRIDS. Early, floriferous, and well-branched, this windtolerant, rust-resistant variety is ideal for bedding. Blooms earlier than Sonnet, with up to 10 spikes per plant. Plants are 14 to 18 inches tall, 8 to 10 inches wide.
Liberty Classic Mix
2570-SD—Appleblossom 2567-SD—Bronze 2566-SD—Crimson 2572-SD—Princess Pink. Pale pink. 2573-SD—Yellow Flame. Yellow with bronze blush. 0100-SD—Mix. Cherry, crimson, pink, scar-
let, white, yellow, and orange.
Any FREESONG above, each: 500 sds $5.95 / 1000 sds $10.70 5000 sds. $46.40
SOLSTICE HYBRIDS. This super-quick series flowers 30 to 60 days faster under short days than others! With an 85%+ Yield Potential Rate, Solstice is ideal for jumbo packs, pots, gallons, the garden and choice for cutflowers! Vigorous 16- to 20-inch-tall plants put on a great show in containers, with vibrant 1¾-inch blooms. For strongest stems, grow in high lights and cool nights. Best sowing time is September through January. Best germination temperature is 64º-68°F. Grow on at 55º-65°F. 9 to 11 weeks flower with September and mid-January sowings. 14 to 16 weeks with October to early January sowings. 2605-SD—Burgundy 2606-SD—Orange Tricolor 2607-SD—Pink 2608-SD—Purple 4902-SD—Red 4904-SD—White 2610-SD—Yellow 2611-SD—Mix Any SOLSTICE above, each: 250 sds $19.95 / 500 sds $35.50 1000 sds $67.85
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SNAPDRAGON DWARF VARIETIES
SNAPDRAGON Continued TWINNY PEACH. Frilly butterfly, or double blooms in shades of peach, yellow and light orange grace this novel award winner. Plants are compact, reaching 12” tall and perform equally well in the pack or garden. Flowers in 10-12 weeks. Stunning containers and color bowls. ALL AMERICA
FLORAL SHOWERS HYBRIDS. This extra early Snapdragon was bred to flower under short day length conditions. It makes an excellent 4-inch pot plant with all colors flowering almost simultaneously. Bears 1- to 2-inch flowers early, producing bushy, well-branched, 6- to 8-inch tall plants.
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Snapdragon Montego Mix
Snapdragon Cascadia Mix
Snapdragon Montego Rose
Snapdragon Twinny Peach
2561-SD—Apricot Bicolor 2562-SD—Coral Bicolor 2553-SD—Crimson 2559-SD—Deep Bronze 4891-SD—Fuchsia 2560-SD—Lavender Bicolor 4892-SD—Lilac 2590-SD—Purple 4893-SD—Red and Yellow Bicolor 4894-SD—Rose 2554-SD—Rose Pink 2557-SD—Scarlet 2556-SD—White 2551-SD—Wine Bicolor 2555-SD—Yellow 4895-SD—Bicolor Mix 2558-SD—Mix. Blend of all 15 colors. Any FLORAL SHOWERS above, each: 500 sds $5.95 1000 sds $10.70 / 2500 sds $25.30 5000 sds $46.40
CASCADIA HYBRID MIX. (Antirrhinum pendula.) Cascadia will sell itself. Cascades of blooms, 8 inches high and 16 inches wide, make it ideal for baskets; try combining it with Dianthus, Lobelia or Dusty Miller. Mix contains white, yellow, pink, orange, scarlet, violet and bicolor pink and white. Grow on at 50º-60°F. When 3- to 4-inch pots show color, pot up 3 to 5 plants per 10-inch basket. Takes only 12 weeks to finish 4-inch pots, or 20 to 22 weeks to finish baskets. 0103-SD—50 sds $8.25 100 sds $14.85 / 500 sds $64.35
MONTEGO HYBRIDS. Flowers won’t burn out early! 1- to 2-inch
flowers are held directly on top of sturdy plants, 8 to 10 inches tall. Selected to have similar pack heights (to within ½ inch) and individual colors that flower within 3 days. Seed has a minimum 85% germination standard on soil.
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Sweet Pea Melody Mix
2638-SD—Burgundy Bicolor 2614-SD—Blush 2617-SD—Bronze 2618-SD—Orange Bicolor. Orange w/white tubes. 2619-SD—Pink 2620-SD—Purple 2621-SD—Red new 2639-SD—Rose 2623-SD—Rose Bicolor 2624-SD—Scarlet 2622-SD—Sunset 2625-SD—Violet 2626-SD—White. White w/ a touch of yellow at throat. 2627-SD—Yellow 2637-SD—Fire Mix 2628-SD—Mix Any MONTEGO above, each: 500 sds $7.25 / 1000 sds $13.05 5000 sds $56.55
51728-SD—250 sds $5.95 500 sds $10.70 / 1000 sds $20.25
SPILANTHES oleracea WARM
PEEK-A-BOO. Unique, 1-inch golden yellow, olive-shaped blooms with deep burgundy eyes hang on pendulant stems on plants 12 to 15 inches tall, 24 to 30 inches wide. Takes sun or part shade, with bronze-green foliage in sun. Finishes in 11-12 weeks in 4-inch pots; grow pot tight and pinch. Note: Grow on at 65º-70º F days and 62º65º F nights. 1943-SD—100 sds $16.75 250 sds $38.50 / 500 sds $71.20
SOIREE. (Limonium sinuatum.) Improved for earliness, top-quality long stems, uniform maturation and richly colored 1/2-inch flowers! Use fresh or dried. A good bedding plant crop reaching only 30 inches tall. Clean seed. 3949-SD—Deep Blue 3948-SD—Light Blue 3947-SD—Purple 3946-SD—Rose 3944-SD—White 3945-SD—Yellow 3990-SD—Mix Any SOIREE above, each: 500 sds $4.75 / 1000 sds $8.55 2500 sds $20.20 5000 sds $37.05
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Sow mid-July to mid-February for blooms from January to early June. Heat-tolerant, but performs best in cool conditions. Long bloom season. MIDGET MIX. 8- to 10-inch plants with well-formed, double spikes. The earliest, most floriferous in our trials. 1939-SD—500 sds $6.50
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MELODY MIX. Uniquely stunning deep hues in a mix of 7 different bicolors. Fragrant, heavy-blooming climber is just right for cutting. 1900-SD—250 sds $4.95 500 sds $8.90 / 1000 sds $16.85
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A very popular hanging basket subject, it is easy to grow and complements a variety of garden designs. Start seed March 1 for May sales. Offer in baskets or 2¼- to 3-inch pots. SUNRISE SURPRISE. An unusual creamy mix of rose, salmon, apricot and ivory. 1940-SD—100 sds $12.75 500 sds $54.20 / 1000 sds $99.45
SUSIE. Series flowers in as little as 6 weeks. 2005-SD—Orange with Black Eye 2007-SD—White with Black Eye 2006-SD—Yellow with Black Eye 1952-SD—Eyed Mix 1999-SD—Formula Mix Any SUSIE above, each: 100 sds $6.95 / 500 sds $29.55 1000 sds $54.20
Thunbergia Susie White/Black Eye
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MAYAN GOLD. This early, large-flowered, and uniform tropical shrub, has eye-catching gold blooms on vigorous plants. Long-blooming, it loves heat and humidity, transplants readily, and takes off fast. 51833-SD—100 sds $26.95 250 sds $62.00 / 500 sds $114.55
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SUNFLOWER, Helianthus annuus WARM
Heavy demand as a cut flower means high margins. Dwarf varieties make quick-selling pots. For cut flowers, sow directly outdoors after danger of frost is over, or in greenhouse beds in winter. Thin to 5 to 12 inches apart. For pot culture, sow in 2¼-inch pots and transfer to 4- to 8-inch pots. Fertilize sparingly; grow in full sun.
RUSSIAN MAMMOTH. 80 days for cuts, 100 days for seeds. This classic tall sunflower produces enormous 8-14 inch golden yellow blooms. H: 8-10 ft. (Not pictured.)
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CUTTING! Pollen-free and day-length neutral, these 5-foot plants produce bright orange blooms with very dark discs, intensifying the warm color. Uniform 4- to 5-inch bloom size on F1 hybrids. Pro Cut is the best name in Sunflowers for cutting. 0925-SD—Bicolor - Yellow petals with mahogany inner ring. 0957-SD—Lemon - Pale lemon petals with pure black disk. 0959-SD—Orange 0914-SD—Yellow Lite Any PRO CUT above, each: 250 sds $7.95 / 500 sds $14.30 1000 sds $27.05
SUN HYBRIDS. 4-foot plants produce pollenfree 4- to 6-inch flowers that are easy to handle and do not stain other cut flowers in arrangements. An outstanding choice to grow for cutting, even under short days and low temperatures. Use low nitrogen rates. 0946-SD—Sunbeam. Golden-yellow with chartreuse disc. 0954-SD—Sunbright. Golden-yellow with dark disc.
Thunbergia Susie Orange/Black Eye
Any SUN above, each: 250 sds $7.95 / 500 sds $14.30 1000 sds $27.05
DWARF VARIETIES SUNNY SMILE. Early blooms and lovely proportions are perfect for 4- to 6-inch pots! Only 12 to 15 inches tall, yet sports enormous 5-inch flowers. Plants in garden will branch to produce 4 or 5 flowers; those in pots 4” or smaller produce 1 flower with no branching. Day-length neutral; sow February-March for blooms in 55-60 days; sow March-April for blooms in 50 to 55 days; sow April-May for blooms in 50 days, with night temps at 50°-60°F and day temps at 70°-80°F.
Sunflower Pro Cut Bicolor
Sunflower Pro Cut Orange
Sunflower Pro Cut Yellow Lite
Sunflower Pro Cut Lemon
0907-SD—250 sds $9.50 500 sds $17.10 / 1000 sds $32.30
SUNFLOWER CHOCO SUN. A hit at Pack Trials, this darling dwarf sunflower is a chocolate-centered beauty with vibrant, deep green foliage. The stunning central flower is quickly followed by numerous flowers all along the stem, extending your sales window. A quick and easy crop to grow, Choco Sun is very uniform in habit and flowering, with very little pollen production. 0904-SD—250 sds $14.75 500 sds $26.55 / 1000 sds $50.15
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Sunflower Choco Sun
Sunflower Sunny Smile call 1-800-845-3366 / fax 1-800-209-0360
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TORENIA fournieri, Wishbone Flower WARM
Torenia Clown Formula Mix
Verbena Obsession Burgundy w/eye & Red
CLOWN. 1½-inch flowers on plants that grow 8 to 10 inches tall, flowering in the pack 12 to 13 weeks from seed. Ideal for shade. Sell as a summer-blooming houseplant or cool greenhouse plant. P elleted 4688-SD—Blue 4689-SD—Blue & White 4690-SD—Burgundy 4692-SD—Lemon Drop 4693-SD—Plum 4696-SD—Rose 4698-SD—Violet 4699-SD—White Blush 2022-SD—Formula Mix Any CLOWN pelleted above, each: 100 sds $4.95 / 500 sds $21.05 1000 sds $38.60
VERBENA x hybrida Verbena Obsession Red w/eye & Blue w/eye
Verbena Obsession White & Bordeaux
Fine, low-growing summer bedding plants for sunny beds, borders and hanging baskets. Prechill seed in refrigerator for 5 to 7 days prior to sowing. Sensitive to high moisture — water and drench sowing medium with Banrot at ½ teaspoon per gallon the night before sowing. Sow and cover with ¼ inch of medium. Keep in darkness until germinated. When seedlings are big enough to handle, transplant to packs and grow on at 60°F. For Verbena Crop Time Chart, see page 11. ROMANCE. Noted for its earliness and stretch resistance. The free- and early-flowering, uniform plants show early color in the pack and maintain their low, compact 6- to 10-inch habit throughout the season. They spread densely and bloom heavily. All colors are uniform for bloom time. 2076-SD—Apricot 2043-SD—Carmine with Eye 2053-SD—Purple 2054-SD—Scarlet PVP 2024-SD—Scarlet Eyed PVP 2055-SD—White 2056-SD—Mix. Mix of colors above,
except Carmine w/Eye.
Any ROMANCE above, each: 500 sds $13.75 / 1000 sds $24.75
Verbena Quartz Mix XP & Waterfall Mix
VERBENA Continued QUARTZ. Excellent seed quality (85% Yield Potential rating), quicker germination, and strong plug vigor add up to great performance. Mounded plants, 10 to 12 inches high and 12 to 20 inches wide, are strong garden performers with proven tolerance to powdery mildew. 3-inch blooms. 3962-SD—Blue 51885-SD—Burgundy XP 51887-SD—Carmine Rose XP 51888-SD—Red with Eye XP 51889-SD—Scarlet XP 51890-SD—Silver XP 51891-SD—White XP 3964-SD—Waterfall Mix. Lavender-
Blue w/ Eye, Purple w/ Eye & White. 51893-SD—Mix XP. Pure White & Red, plus “Eyed” Deep Blue, Mid-Blue, Wine Red, Lavender and Salmon.
Any QUARTZ above, each: 250 sds $8.75 / 500 sds $15.75 1000 sds $29.75
OBSESSION. High germ rate, early bloom & spreading habit!
With an 85% minimum germination rate and unbeatable seedling vigor, Obsession finishes 2 weeks earlier! 2- to 4-inch blooms arise consistently and re-flower rapidly on disease-resistant plants, 8-12 inches tall and 2 ft. wide. PURE COLORS 3082-SD—Apricot 3941-SD—Bordeaux 3976-SD—Lavender 3901-SD—Lilac 3970-SD—Pink 3902-SD—Pink Chiffon 3975-SD—Red 3977-SD—White EYED COLORS 3936-SD—Blue with Eye 3968-SD—Burgundy with Eye 3079-SD—Light Blue with Eye 3979-SD—Red with Eye MIXES 3083-SD—Eyed Mix. Lavender, Coral
w/eye, Burgundy w/eye, Red w/eye, Blue w/eye, Light Blue w/eye. 3092-SD—Pastel Mix. White, Lavender, Pink, Coral w/eye, Light Blue w/eye. 3937-SD—Spirit Mix. Blue w/Eye, Red w/ Eye, and White. 3978-SD—Mix Any OBSESSION above, each: 250 sds $9.95 / 500 sds $17.90 1000 sds $33.85
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VERBENA tenuisecta IMAGINATION (Moss Verbena). AAS Winner and Fleuroselect Winner. 2-inch clusters of violet-blue umbels and a 1-foot spreading habit. More finely cut, lacy foliage than other Verbenas, but the same summer-long blooms and toughness for delightful beds, borders, window boxes and hanging baskets! 2052-SD—500 sds $6.95 1000 sds $12.50
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VINCA, Catharanthus roseus WARM
A splendid everblooming annual for beds and pots in summer. Showy, durable flowers are abundantly produced, even in hot dry conditions. Highly recommended for low-maintenance landscaping, including industrial and municipal grounds. Stays neat right up to frost. Cover seeds lightly with medium and put flats in a dark place until germination occurs. Watch carefully; as soon as germination occurs, move to light and provide good air circulation. Allow surface of medium to dry out between waterings. Vinca is very sensitive to overwatering and cold temperatures. Grow on warm (at least 60°F). Use a constant feeding program of 150 ppm of 15-16-17 fertilizer, or 200-250 ppm if applied weekly. For Vinca Crop Time Chart, see page 11. PACIFICA. Extra Early, Huge Flowers! With its massive color dis-
play and tolerance of harsh weather and poor soils, Vinca Pacifica is fast-becoming one of America’s top-selling annuals. Big 2-inch flowers crowded with petals open just 60 days from seed! And the colors are unique and vibrant. Basal-branching plants are easy to grow, offering stronger pack and garden performance than other series. Plants reach a uniform 10 to 12 inches tall. Note: “Pacifica Red” the first true red vinca — has been improved upon and replaced by “Pacifica Really Red”. 51866-SD—Apricot XP PVP 51867-SD—Blush XP. Light rose
with deep rose eye.
51868-SD—Burgundy XP 51879-SD—Burgundy Halo XP 2136-SD—Cherry Red 51880-SD—Cherry Red Halo XP 51869-SD—Coral XP 51865-SD—Cranberry XP 51870-SD—Dark Red XP 51871-SD—Deep Orchid XP PVP 51873-SD—Icy Pink XP. Darker than
cooler icy pink.
51872-SD—Lilac XP PVP 51881-SD—Magenta Halo XP new 51864-SD—Orange XP 2347-SD—Orchid Halo. Bright
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51884-SD—Halo Mix XP 51896-SD—Lipstick Mix XP. Punch,
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Burgundy XP, White XP and Lilac XP.
51897-SD—Mix XP Any PACIFICA above, each: 250 sds $4.75 / 500 sds $8.55 1000 sds $16.15 / 2500 sds $37.05 5000 sds $66.50 10,000 sds $123.50
VIPER. Tops for vigor, Viper is quick and robust. Unmatched in the landscape, the large well-branched plants cover themselves in big flowers with overlapping petals. Excellent for production of 4-inch pots and larger. 51921-SD—Apricot 51922-SD—Grape 51925-SD—Mix Any VIPER above, each: 250 sds $22.25 / 500 sds $40.05 1000 sds $75.65
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FIRST KISS. A top performer in our trials! This series boasts a complete range of colors including several unique shades! Early, 2-inch flowers with overlapping petals appear all summer on 10- to 14-inch mounded plants with nice basal branching. High quality seed results in plants with rapid, uniform development. Blooms in 10 to 12 weeks in packs.
First Kiss Blueberry
First Kiss Pure White
First Kiss Cherry
First Kiss Ruby
First Kiss Polka Dot
3010-SD—Apricot 3001-SD—Blueberry 2005 AAS Winner 2977-SD—Blush 2978-SD—Cherry 3000-SD—Coral 3021-SD—Pink 2987-SD—Polka Dot 2873-SD—Pure White 2857-SD—Raspberry 2988-SD—Ruby 2874-SD—Think Pink 3009-SD—Mix. Does not include Blueberry. Any FIRST KISS above, each: 500 sds $7.95 / 1000 sds $14.30 2500 sds $33.80 / 5000 sds $62.00
COOLER. Large blooms (measuring a full 21/4 inches across) have overlapping petals giving them a rounded, formal appearance. Plants stand up to cool temperatures better than other Vincas, and thrive in summer heat, retaining their neat mounded habit and blooms for months. Grow only 14 inches tall. 85%+ Yield Potential rating. 2068-SD—Blush. Light pink, deep pink eye. 2187-SD—Coconut. Pure white. 2415-SD—Deep Orchid 2070-SD—Grape PVP. Rosy pink. 2416-SD—Hot Rose 2096-SD—Icy Pink 2418-SD—Lavender Halo 2084-SD—Peppermint. Pink, deep pink eye. 2092-SD—Red 2157-SD—Raspberry 2048-SD—Rose 2075-SD—Strawberry 2164-SD—Mix Any COOLER above, each: 500 sds $7.95 / 1000 sds $14.30 2500 sds $33.80 / 5000 sds $62.00
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CORA. There’s no substitute for good genes and Cora™ has inherited its outstanding disease resistance from the Vinca Nirvana™ series. Uniform flowering time and habits, and excellent garden vigor, plants reach 14-16 inches tall and spread up to 25 inches. Finally a vinca for Southern landscapes! Cascade colors have a trailing habit, reaching 6-8 inches high and up to 36 inches wide.
51930-SD—Apricot Imp. 51931-SD—Burgundy 51932-SD—Deep Lavender 51933-SD—Lavender 51937-SD—Pink 51938-SD—Punch 51934-SD—Violet 51935-SD—White 51936-SD—Mix Any CORA above, each: 100 sds $8.75 / 250 sds $20.15 500 sds $37.20 51939-SD—Cascade Cherry 51940-SD—Cascade Lilac 51941-SD—Cascade Magenta 51942-SD—Cascade Peach Blush 51943-SD—Cascade Polka Dot Any CORA Cascade above, each: 100 sds $14.95 / 500 sds $63.55 1000 sds $116.60
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SPREADING VINCA MEDITERRANEAN. Blooms Early and Spreads Like Crazy! Only 5 to 6 inches tall, this Vinca spreads 2 to 2½ feet wide — perfect for baskets and color bowls! Masses of 2-inch blooms all season, starting in packs even earlier than Pacifica! For packs, sow 9 to 10 weeks before sales date; grow on at 60°F or above. Plants appear upright when very young, then begin spreading as they mature. 1916-SD—Apricot Broadeye. Light apricot with a deep rose eye. new 51860-SD—Cherry Red Halo XP 51851-SD—Dark Red XP 1890-SD—Deep Orchid 51852-SD—Hot Rose XP 1917-SD—Lilac PVP 51853-SD—Peach XP 1913-SD—Polka Dot. Tiny red eye accents the bright white. 51854-SD—Red XP 51855-SD—Rose XP new 51861-SD—Rose Halo XP 51856-SD—Strawberry XP 51857-SD—White XP 51858-SD—Lipstick Mix XP new 51862-SD—Halo Mix XP 51859-SD—Mix XP Any MEDITERRANEAN above, each: 250 sds $10.75 / 500 sds $19.35 / 1000 sds $36.55 2500 sds $83.85 / 5000 sds $150.50
For Viola Crop Time Chart, see page 11.
RAIN BLUE AND PURPLE HYBRID. 2009 AAS Winner. This award winning viola produces color-changing flowers that work their way from purple and white to purple and blue. Their spreading habit is perfect for bowls or baskets. Reaches 10-14 inches across. 51913-SD—250 sds $19.95 / 500 sds $35.90 1000 sds $67.85
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ANGEL TIGER EYE HYBRID. (Viola x williamsii.) The best Viola for overwintering, this unique hybrid has a striking golden yellow background with black “veins” covering the whole face. Uniform, disease-resistant, compact plants reach just 4-6 inches high and wide, flowering 8 weeks from sowing—much earlier than other varieties! 1 to 11/2 inch blooms. 1962-SD—250 sds $9.95 / 500 sds $17.90 1000 sds $33.85
Vinca Mediterranean Cherry Red Halo XP, Halo Mix XP and Rose Halo XP
Viola Angel Tiger Eye
Viola Rain Blue and Purple call 1-800-845-3366 / fax 1-800-209-0360
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Penny Lane Mix
PENNY HYBRIDS. Outstanding in our trials, Penny is full of color fall, winter, and spring! They’re earlier to flower than Pansies and longer-blooming in cold weather, recovering quickly from frosts. Penny is uniform across the series for both flowering time and plant habit. Grow about 6- 8” across.
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Penny Denim Jump-Up and Rose Blotch
Penny Yellow Jump-Up
Penny Peach Jump-Up
Penny White Jump-Up
Penny Red Wing
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51957-SD—Peach Jump-Up 1984-SD—Primrose new 4955-SD—Primrose Picotee 51962-SD—Primrose Bicolor 51955-SD—Purple Picotee Improved 1922-SD—Red Blotch 51963-SD—Red Wing 51964-SD—Rose Blotch 1966-SD—Violet Improved 1983-SD—Violet Beacon Improved 2041-SD—Violet Flare 51965-SD—White Blotch 1965-SD—White Improved 2044-SD—White Jump-Up. Purple top
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1960-SD—Yellow Jump-Up Improved.
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Bright yellow/deep violet. 1945-SD—Citrus Mix. Orange, Yellow, Primrose and White. 4980-SD—Jump-Up Mix 1985-SD—Penny Lane Mix. Does not
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Penny Deep Blue
Any PENNY above, each: 250 sds $9.95 / 500 sds 17.90 1000 sds $33.85
HOBBIT HYBRIDS. This Viola outlasted all others in our trial gardens. First it bloomed very heavily in fall, then overwintered and began the show again in spring. In hot, humid May it was still going strong! Unusual colors.
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VIOLAS, Continued SORBET HYBRIDS. (V. cornuta) Compact, mound-shaped plants, 6 inches high and up to 12 inches wide, are very heat- and cold-tolerant, producing 1-inch blooms freely for a long period (even through winter in South). Packs or 4-inch pots finish in 9 to 11 weeks. 2072-SD—Antique Shades. Rose-colored hues with a picotee edge. new 4289-SD—Beaconsfield XP 2095-SD—Black Duet 2017-SD—Blueberry Cream 2083-SD—Blue Heaven new 4291-SD—Blue Blotch XP new 4294-SD—Coconut Duet XP 2036-SD—Coconut Swirl new 4296-SD—Lavender Vein XP 2019-SD—Lemon Chiffon new 4298-SD—Lemon Royale XP new 4300-SD—Orange XP new 4301-SD—Orchid Rose Beacon XP 2027-SD—Orchid Babyface 2029-SD—Peach Frost new 4304-SD—Purple XP new 4303-SD—Purple Ice XP 2081-SD—Purple Babyface. Purple w/white face & blotch. 2021-SD—Purple Duet 2026-SD—Sunny Royale new 4306-SD—Violet Beacon XP new 4307-SD—White XP new 4308-SD—Yellow XP new 4311-SD—Yellow Blotch XP new 4313-SD—Yellow Duet XP 2109-SD—Yellow Delight. Award of Garden Merit, RHS. 2023-SD—Yellow Frost 2181-SD—Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow new 4297-SD—Lemon Parfait Mix XP. Lemon Royale, White and Yellow. 2034-SD—Ocean Breeze Mix. Blue Babyface,
Sorbet Yellow Delight
Sorbet Ocean Breeze Mix
Sorbet Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
Sorbet Peach Frost new
Sorbet Coconut Duet XP, and Lemon Parfait Mix XP
Coconut Swirl, White Babyface, and Marina.
new 4299-SD—Mix XP. All XP colors. new 4305-SD—Select Mix XP. Bolder XP colors. Any SORBET above, each: 250 sds $9.95 / 500 sds $17.90 1000 sds $33.85
ENDURIO™ HYBRIDS. Extremely floriferous semi-trailing plants are the perfect solution for expanding your cool season offering with vibrant packs, baskets and mixed containers. Early flowering and quick to fill pots for efficient production, yet flowers continuously for long shelf life and stunning landscape performance. 51960-SD—Yellow w/Red Wing 51961-SD—Blue Yellow w/ Purple Wing new 51968-SD—Sky Blue Martien Any ENDURIO above, each: 250 sds $10.95 / 500 sds $19.70 1000 sds $37.25
Viola Floral Power Orange Red Wing
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FLORAL POWER HYBRIDS. Early to flower, up to 3 weeks earlier than others! Large flowers are borne profusely from the start on stocky well-branched plants for great pack and pot performance. The bicolor effect is strong from the earliest flowers onwards. 51951-SD—Orange Red Wing 51950-SD—Super Deep Purple Beacon 51952-SD—White Rose Wing Any FLORAL POWER above, each: 250 sds $11.95 / 500 sds $21.50 1000 sds $40.65
Viola Endurio™ Yellow with Red Wing
Viola Endurio™ Sky Blue Martien
Viola Endurio™ Blue Yellow w/ Purple Wing
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ZINNIA elegans WARM
Cover lightly with ¼- to ½-inch of medium (depending on seed size). Germinate at 70°F or above. Transplant as soon as seedlings can be moved (no later than the formation of the first true leaves) grow on at 60°F minimum. Dwarf varieties bloom early and make attractive displays. Sell the taller varieties green in the pack. For Zinnia Crop Time Chart, see page 11.
DWARF BEDDING DREAMLAND HYBRIDS. The first Zinnia to combine the formal elegance of the DahliaFlowered class with a dwarf, compact habit! Eyecatching appeal sells on sight, either in packs or in 4-, 5-, or 6-inch pots. Early color — big, 4-inch flowers on 4½-inch plants in the pack just 6 weeks from sowing. Dreamland needs no B-9 to stay compact, and you get 100% fully-double flowers. Growing 10 to 12 inches, its great garden performance (in any sunny spot) assures repeat sales!
2153-SD—Coral 2168-SD—Rose 2158-SD—Ivory 2178-SD—Scarlet 2155-SD—Pink 2179-SD—Yellow 2180-SD—Red 2156-SD—Mix Any DREAMLAND above, each: 100 sds $10.75 / 250 sds $24.75 500 sds $45.70 / 1000 sds $83.85 2000 sds $150.50 / 5000 sds $344.00
MAGELLAN HYBRIDS. Bigger blooms than Dreamland! Compact, uniform plants sport consistently fully double, high quality 4- to 5-inch blooms. Just 12 to 14 inches high and 10 to 12 inches wide. Magellan is ideal for bedding and jumbo containers. 4705-SD—Cherry 4707-SD—Coral - 2005 AAS Winner 4701-SD—Ivory 4706-SD—Pink 4704-SD—Scarlet 4702-SD—Yellow 4708-SD—Mix. All colors listed above. 4709-SD—Persian Carpet Mix. Cherry, coral,
orange and scarlet.
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ZINNITA. A “mini Zinnia”. Very small, compact, well-branched plants with masses of fully double blooms 1½ to 2 inches wide. Quick, easy, and the perfect bedding Zinnia, these globe-shaped plants are 6 to 8 inches high and wide. 4970-SD—Orange 4977-SD—Scarlet 4979-SD—Yellow 4969-SD—Mix Any ZINNITA above, each; 100 sds $5.95 / 500 sds $25.30 1000 sds $46.40
PULCINO MIX. Bears 2- to 3-inch, double flowers in bright, clear colors on taller 15-inch plants. Shows color in 9 to 10 weeks, when just 6 inches tall. B-9 treatment recommended.
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2211-SD—250 sds $7.95 / 500 sds $14.30 1000 sds $27.05 / 2000 sds $50.90
RUFFLES MIX HYBRID. AAS and Fleuroselect Award Winners. Flat petaled, fully double to
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Short Stuff Mix
semi-double blooms, 3 to 3½ inches across, on freebranching, disease-resistant, 2- to 2½-foot plants. Mildew tolerant.
2165-SD—100 sds $8.95 / 250 sds $20.60 500 sds $38.05 / 1000 sds $69.80
SWIZZLE HYBRIDS. Features stunning bicolor flowers that will, without a doubt, stimulate impulse sales. Full, bushy plants grow 10-12 inches tall and wide, and are covered with 3 to 4 inch blooms. Grow in 4-inch and larger pots.
2139-SD—Cherry & Ivory 2213-SD—Scarlet & Yellow Any SWIZZLE above, each; 100 sds $14.50 / 200 sds $26.10 500 sds $61.65 / 1000 sds $113.10
Swizzle Cherry & Ivory
Swizzle Scarlet & Yellow
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CUT FLOWER/TALL BEDDING
Z. angustifolia, Mexican Zinnia
BENARY’S GIANT MIX. Hues of red, rose, lilac, pink, purple, orange, yellow and white. Widely tested and proven to be super for commercial cut-flowers! The strong, 40- to 50-inch plants bear armloads of high-quality, fully double, 4- to 5-inch flowers. A winner with high yields of huge, long-lasting, Dahlia-flowered blooms.
Benary’s Giant Mix new
Queen Red Lime
2270-SD—250 sds $9.95 500 sds $17.90 / 1000 sds $33.85
new QUEEN HYBRID. Tall strong
stems for cutting bear 2½-3” flowers. Plants are well-branched, with a high yield of flower stems. Can also be marketed in large containers. The fully double, uniquely colored flowers have strong retail appeal. Reaches 24-30 inches tall. 51994-SD—Lime 51995-SD—Red Lime Either QUEEN above, each: 250 sds $9.95 / 500 sds $17.90 1000 sds $33.85
ZOWIE! YELLOW FLAME. This 2006 AAS award winning Zinnia boasts 3 to 5-inch beautifully colored flowers on sturdy stalks 30 to 35 inches high. The appealing, unique old-fashioned flower color and shape creates high impulse sales. Ideal as a home cut flower and as a season extender for a large container summer program. ALL AMERICA
Zowie Yellow Flame
2140-SD—100 sds $13.25 500 sds $56.30 / 1000 sds $103.35
UPROAR ROSE HYBRID. Bred by Goldsmith Seeds, Uproar offers the same
great quality double flower as Magellan, but on a taller, 30 to 36-inch plant, with vigorous growth and uniformity. Very floriferous, it’s an excellent choice for large containers to extend the summer season.
2212-SD—100 sds $13.75 500 sds $58.45 / 1000 sds $107.25
Yellow White Orange
BIG RED HYBRID. Huge, vibrant bloodred flowers with graceful, curved petals like those of giant Chrysanthemums, 5 to 6 inches across on vigorous, 3-foot plants. Blooms have a waxy texture and retain their intense color long after others have become weatherbeaten. Flowers in 7 weeks from seed. Longstemmed beauties with long-lasting quality for cutting, beds and borders. 2184-SD—50 sds $5.95 100 sds $10.70 / 250 sds $25.30 500 sds $46.40 / 1000 sds $83.30
(Syn. Z. haageana.) This strong, spreading plant is equally good for hanging baskets or the border, with myriad flowers completely covering the plant. Thrives in full sun; tolerates heat, humidity and drought. Very disease-resistant; stays clean all summer, with excellent color and no maintenance! CRYSTAL. AAS Winner. High marks for earliness in packs or small pots; dwarf plants (only 4 to 5 inches) bloom in 8 to 10 weeks. Plants are very uniform, 8 to 10 inches tall and wide, with excellent severe-weather tolerance. ALL AMERICA
2216-SD—Orange 2207-SD—Yellow 2231-SD—White Any CRYSTAL above, each: 250 sds $9.75 / 500 sds $17.55 1000 sds $33.15
STAR. A neat, uniform, spreading habit, 9 to 12 inches tall. No-maintenance, diseaseresistant plants provide lots of color all season long! Covered with 1- to 2-inch flowers. 2232-SD—Gold. Golden yellow, single, star-shaped flowers. 2263-SD—Orange. Single blooms. 2269-SD—Starbright Mix. A warm-toned mixture in shades of white, gold and orange. Any STAR above, each: 1000 sds $7.25 / 2000 sds $13.05 5000 sds $30.80
ZAHARA HYBRIDS. Bigger Blooms on Disease-Resistant Plants! Twenty percent larger than other zinnia flowers, these color-soaked blooms sell themselves on healthy, heat-loving, exceptionally disease-resistant plants. A good choice for water-conscious consumers, Zahara is drought tolerant once established. 51981-SD—Coral Rose new 51992-SD—Double Cherry new 51993-SD—Double Fire 51990-SD—Fire 51991-SD—Starlight Rose 51982-SD—Scarlet 51983-SD—White 51984-SD—Yellow 51985-SD—Mix Any ZAHARA above, each: 100 sds $6.95 / 200 sds $12.50 500 sds $29.55 / 1000 sds $54.20
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Super-Tolerant Plants! Reliable High Performance Anywhere in the U.S.! (Landscape.)
These sun-loving, compact, 12- to 15-inch high and wide bedding plants boast superb long-season color, vivid 2-inch blooms, and a full, dense habit. Excellent tolerance of heat, humidity, and drought, as well as powdery mildew and other Zinnia diseases! The first AAS Gold Medal winners in a decade, their performance is truly revolutionary. We highly recommend all colors for pots and packs. Cherry blooms fade with age. 2219-SD—Apricot. Light coral with rich terracotta center. 2300-SD—Cherry. AAS Gold Medal & Fleuroselect Gold Medal. 2386-SD—Coral Pink 2387-SD—Deep Apricot 2390-SD—Double Cherry 51979-SD—Double Fire 51978-SD—Double Golden 51980-SD—Double White 2307-SD—Fire. Hot scarlet orange. 2302-SD—Orange. AAS Gold Medal. 2308-SD—White. AAS Gold Medal & Fleuroselect Gold Medal. 51974-SD—Yellow 51975-SD—Double Mix 2309-SD—Three Color Mix. Orange, cherry and
2316-SD—Full Mix. All single flowered colors. Any PROFUSION above, each: 100 sds $7.25 / 200 sds $13.05 500 sds $30.80 / 1000 sds $56.55
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AQUILEGIA caerulea, Columbine Z 3-8
Flowers borne on strong stems in spring and early summer are excellent for sunny to partly shaded beds. Offer in 4-inch to jumbo pots alongside annual bedding plants or with fall perennials. Germination can be irregular. Prechill seeds 3 to 4 weeks at 35°F. For Aquilegia Crop Time Chart, see page 10.
Aquilegia Origami Mix
Aquilegia Clementine Mix
Aquilegia Music Harmony Mix
ORIGAMI. Its prechill time of 14 to 21 days at temperatures as high as 45°-50°F beats other Aquilegia’s by 1 to 2 weeks! Uniform in size (plants are 14 to 16 inches tall) and bloom time, this Aquilegia displays large 2- to 3-inch blooms.
0200-SD—Blue & White 0202-SD—Pink & White 0203-SD—Red & White 0209-SD—Rose & White 0214-SD—White 0218-SD—Yellow 0220-SD—Mix. All colors above. Any ORIGAMI above, each: 100 sds $18.95 200 sds $34.10 500 sds $80.55 1000 sds $147.80
CLEMENTINE. These richly colored, unbelievably profuse blooms look just like Clematis. 1 to 1½ inches across, they turn their faces to the sun on upright, well-branched plants. One of the heaviest blooming Columbines ever, it makes a superb cutflower.
0219-SD—100 sds $22.25 250 sds $51.20 500 sds $94.55
Achillea Red Shades
Achillea Summer Berries
MUSIC HYBRIDS. Large blooms are 2 to 3 inches across on stocky, compact 18- to 20-inch plants that offer rich color, great vigor, and wind resistance. Superb uniformity between colors. 0169-SD—Blue & White 0175-SD—Pink & White 0176-SD—Red & Gold 0167-SD—Harmony Mix
Contains 3 colors above plus pure white & red & white. Any 100 200 500
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MUSIC above, each: sds $16.75 sds $30.15 sds $71.20
ACHILLEA Z 3-9
65º-70° 10-15 days
Summer-blooming, sun-loving plants.
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Agastache Pink Pop
RED SHADES. The same great habit and vigor of Summer Berries now with predominantly darker red colors. Flowers are vibrant and long lasting. 51015-SD—250 sds $4.25 500 sds $7.65 1000 sds $14.45
SUMMER BERRIES. Absolutely the brightest and longest-lasting collection of colors yet, including salmon-apricot/ yellow, cherry-red/apricot, white picotee pink/cream, two-tone pink and more! Few plants flourish so well in poor soil, heat, and drought.
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DEBUTANTE. (A. millefolium.) The most refined, colorful and desirable ornamental Achillea, with 6-inch flowerheads on sturdy 18- to 24-inch stems, blooms first season from seed and reblooms after cutting. Very hardy, easy to grow, and weather-tolerant. Colors: ivory, cream, lemon-yellow, gold, shades of pink, rose, salmon, lilac, purple, red, scarlet, coral, and orange. 0021-SD—500 sds $2.95 1000 sds $5.30
AGASTACHE Z variable L 70º-72°
Attracts butterflies. Very easy in full sun; drought- heat- and cold-tolerant; holds up well in excessive rain. GOLDEN JUBILEE. 2003 AAS Winner. (A. foeniculum.) Noted for its deep chartreuse leaves (100% true from seed) and strong mint scent. 4-inch purple blooms arrive the first year on large 20- to 24-inch tall and 12-inch wide plants. Z 6-10. 0107-SD—250 sds $14.50 500 sds $26.10 1000 sds $49.30
ROSE MINT. (A. pallidiflora ssp. neomexicana.) Packed with tiny blooms on burgundy stems, this fragrant perennial attracts butterflies and hummingbirds to the garden, and is so compact you can put it in a container. Quick-growing, with mint-scented gray-green leaves, it spreads 3 feet wide in the sun-soaked garden. Z 7-10. 51009-SD—250 sds $6.95 500 sds $12.50 1000 sds $23.65
PINK POP. (A. astromontana.) Blooms the first year from seed, with a highly uniform, wellbranched and compact habit. Fragrant rosy-pink flowers from midsummer through mid-fall on sun-loving plants 18 to 24 inches tall, 10 to 12 inches wide. Grow as an annual north of its hardiness range. Z 7-10. 0025-SD—250 sds $9.50 500 sds $17.10 1000 sds $32.20
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ALYSSUM COMPACTA. (A. saxatile, syn. Aurinia saxatilis.) Dense heads of brilliant ½-inch golden flowers in early spring on low, trailing 8-inch tall and 12-inch wide plants. Full sun. 0070-SD—1000 sds $1.95
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ARMERIA Z variable
JOYSTICK RED. (A. pseudarmeria.) The first and only – carmine-red Armeria! Large, bright 1-inch globe-shaped flowers on long, strong stems bloom the first year from seed in full sun! In just 15 to 19 weeks, these 16-inch plants sport masses of color. Reliable and high-performing. 0211-SD—250 sds $6.25 500 sds $11.25 / 1000 sds $21.25
BALLERINA. Fleuroselect Gold Medal. Impressive performance in both the pack and the garden, with short, strong flower stems on 1st year flowering plants. Uniform, floriferous, and heat tolerant. Reaches 8 inches tall and wide. 0183-SD—Red 0184-SD—White Any BALLERINA above, each: 250 sds $14.75 / 500 sds $26.55 1000 sds $50.15
ASCLEPIAS, Butterfly Flower Z 3-9
A. TUBEROSA. Sun-loving, heat- and drought-tolerant! Easy to grow plants reach 2 feet tall with 1/2- to 2-inch bright orange flowerheads. Sow early January for first-year blooms. To sell in bloom, transplant when small to deep 4-inch or 1-gallon containers. For field cuts, grow close and harvest when ²/³ of the flowers are open. Cannot ship to CN. R efined 0198-SD—500 sds $4.75 1000 sds $8.55 / 2000 sds $16.15
ASTILBE x. arendsii, Garden Spirea Z 4-9
For shaded to partly shaded areas. Sow February through April to sell green (crop time 6 months), or overwinter for flowers from June through August. Recommended selling in 5- to 6-inch pots to maintain adequate moisture. Astilbe seed is short lived; do not save seed to following year. BELLA MIX. Fluffy 2- to 3-foot panicles of white, cream, pink, and carmine blooms. (Not pictured).
0277-SD—250 sds $2.25 500 sds $4.05 / 1000 sds $7.65
SHOWSTAR®. The Earliest! Compact 12-inch plants with colors from creamy white to salmon, pink, rose, red and carmine shades. Can be forced to bloom 4 weeks earlier through low-temperature forcing in March. January-February sowings yield 80% blooms by August; March sowings yield 40-50% blooms.
BAPTISIA australis, False Indigo Z 5-9
BAPTISIA. Easy to grow and longlived, with soft, silvery-green foliage. 3 to 4 feet tall, it produces 1¼-inch spikes of skyblue, pea-like flowers in late spring and early summer. Once established, it will flower reliably for years and years. Grow in lime-free soil in full sun; will tolerate light shade.
BENARY’S COMPOSITION MIX. Soft pink, white, rose, red, blue purple, and violet blooms are produced in abundance on 2 to 2½-foot compact plants. Double and semi-double. 0206-SD—500 sds $4.95 1000 sds $8.90 / 2000 sds $16.85
Asclepias Gay Butterflies
BELLIS Z 4-8
BELLISSIMA™ MIX. Strong landscape performers, these cool season beauties produce an abundance of large, fully double flowers without vernalization. Great in packs to 5 inch pots. Grows 6 to 10 inches tall. P elleted
0302-SD—250 sds $21.50 500 sds $38.70 / 1000 sds $73.10
0361-SD—250 sds $12.95 500 sds $23.30 / 1000 sds $44.05
Armeria Joystick Red
0387-SD—250 sds $11.95 500 sds $21.50 / 1000 sds $40.65
Armeria Ballerina Red
0155-SD—250 sds $6.25 500 sds $11.25 / 1000 sds $21.25
GAY BUTTERFLIES. Bright, sun loving plants that tolerate heat and drought. Flower heads exceed 5 inches across and are borne on mound-shaped plants, 2 feet across and 2 feet high. Vivid colors include bright red, yellow and various bicolors, as well as glowing orange. 0212-SD—100 sds $9.95 250 sds $22.90 / 500 sds $42.30
SPEEDSTAR MIX. Ultra compact habit with no vernalization necessary! A wonderful companion for pansies in fall or spring. Mix of carmine, rose and white. Plants reach 6 inches tall. (Not pictured). P elleted
Astilbe Showstar Aster Benary’s Composition Mix
Bellis Bellissima™ Mix
BERGENIA cordifolia Z 3-8
RED START. Perfect ground cover for part shade. Produces clusters of 1” blooms in early spring above the leathery evergreen leaves. Reaches 18-24 inches. 0334-SD—500 sds $8.75 1000 sds $15.75 / 2000 sds $29.75
Bergenia Red Start
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HARDY CANDYTUFT Iberis sempervirens Z 3-8
SNOW WHITE. Spreading, 6-inch evergreen plants are covered with pure white flowers in early spring. For spring sales, start in the greenhouse in August; start in February for summer/fall sales. Grow on in cool greenhouse, then sell in 3- to 4-inch pots for sunny areas.
Iberis Snow White
1028-SD—1000 sds $4.75 2000 sds $8.55 / 5000 sds $20.20
CARYOPTERIS Z 5-8
BLUE MYTH. Beautiful and popular blue flowered shrub. Plants reach 3 feet tall, with grey-green foliage and flowering in late summer. Great partner for roses, echinacea, or daylilies in the landscape. 51090-SD—500 sds $7.95 1000 sds $14.30
Caryopteris Blue Myth
Centranthus Coccineus new
Centaurea Mountain Bluet
Campanula Alpine Breeze
CENTRANTHUS ruber, Jupiter’s Beard Z 4-9
COCCINEUS. Fragrant variety is easy to grow in full to part-shade and is longblooming. It reaches 2 feet tall and has ½-inch carmine-red blooms from early summer till frost. Flowers first of the year from early sowing. Start seeds 8 to 10 weeks before sales date. Use for spring or fall bedding. 1102-SD—1000 sds $4.75 2000 sds $8.55 / 5000 sds $20.20
CENTAUREA Z 3-8
Hardy, durable, long-blooming perennial for sunny borders, containers and cut flowers. Large, delicate, finely fringed flowers bloom over a long season. MOUNTAIN BLUET. (C. montana.) 2½-inch blue flowers on 18-inch plants. 0515-SD—250 sds $4.95 500 sds $8.90 / 1000 sds $16.85
Campanula Pearl Mix
Campanula Takion Blue new
This hardiness map was developed by the Agricultural Research Service of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. The hardiness zones 2-11 are based on the average minimum temperatures
PEARL. The perfect indoor-outdoor plant, these compact beauties are 6-8” tall and hardy in zones 3-8. Flowering is uniform and occurs 2-3 weeks earlier than other varieties. Dense crowns of large upright flowers are impressive in 4-6” pots. Flowers in 18-19 weeks with long day treatment. 0404-SD—Light Blue 0411-SD—White 0406-SD—Mix Any PEARL above, each: 250 sds $3.95 / 500 sds $7.10 1000 sds $13.45
arifolia.) Intensely colored blooms are packed onto compact, mounded plants. Quick and easy to grow, Alpine Breeze is an attractive pot plant with a great shelf-life. Hardy zones 6-7.
0401-SD—Breeze Blue 0402-SD—Breeze White Any Alpine Breeze above, each: 100 sds $4.95 / 250 sds $11.40 500 sds $21.00
TAKION BLUE. (C. persicifolia) Large blooms face up and out. Each compact plant produces 6 to 8 inflorescences at one time. Requires vernalization. H: 16-20”. 0412-SD—100 sds $12.95 250 sds $29.80 / 500 sds $55.05
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new MISS BUTTERFLY. A fast-grow-
ing, pale violet butterfly-bush producing fragrant flowers in profusion. Sow in March for flowers the first year. H: 5-9”. 0338-SD—500 sds $4.75 1000 sds $8.55
for each zone. Many factors, such as altitude, snow cover, exposure, moisture, soil type, etc. can create variations within zones, but adhering to your specific zone will generally give the best results.
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EARLY SUNRISE. AAS Winner. Super early bloom the first year — in only 11-12 weeks. Dense, well-branched, 24-inch plants are covered in 2-inch, semi double bright orange-yellow blooms, all summer long. Grows in sun. Also grown as an annual. Cannot Ship to CN. ALL AMERICA
0623-SD—500 sds $7.25 / 1000 sds $13.05
PRESTO. A naturally dwarf and compact double flowered variety! Excellent for pack production and flowering in only 90 days from emergence. Very floriferous, producing large, 2” flowers and reaching only 10” in height, it provides quite a show in 4-6” pot. 0578-SD—100 sds $6.75 / 250 sds $15.55 500 sds $28.70
Coreopsis Early Sunrise
ROSEA. Most Coreopsis are yellow, but this one’s pink with golden centers! It is also the only one that prefers a moist soil, making it well suited to waterside planting and moist locations. Grows from summer to fall. Spreads in full sun. Grows 18 to 24 inches tall. Photo courtesy of Jelitto Perennial Seeds. 0601-SD—250 sds $4.95 / 500 sds $8.90 1000 sds $16.85
RISING SUN. Blooms up to a week earlier than Early Sunrise, with unique “red-eyed” 1 to 2 inch double flowers of bright yellow. Compact 20 to 36 inch plants are ideal for 4-inch pots, needing fewer growth regulators to stay in bounds. Cannot Ship to CN. 0619-SD—250 sds $10.25 / 500 sds $18.45 1000 sds $34.85
SUNSHINE SUPERMAN. (C. pubescens) This selection of a vigorous, easy-to-grow Southeastern US native is compact and bushy, growing to 10 inches tall. Golden flowers with orange centers are produced from June until frost. Z 6-9. Photo courtesy of Jelitto Perennial Seeds. H: 16-20” W: 18-24”.
Coreopsis Sunshine Superman
Coreopsis Rising Sun
0598-SD—100 sds $7.95 / 500 sds $33.80 1000 sds $62.00
SUNFIRE. Great traits of “Rising Sun” but in a single large flower form. Distinct, easy to see dark red center and naturally compact. Timed for earlier flowering than “Early Sunrise”, and flowers in the first year. Hardy in USDA Zones 4-9, it can withstand hot summers. Cannot ship to CN. 0609-SD—250 sds $8.95 500 sds $16.10 / 1000 sds $30.45
CRAPEMYRTLE, Lagerstroemia indica Z 7-10
LITTLE CHIEF. Fast-growing and robust, these dwarf CrapeMyrtles grow 2 feet or more the first year from seed! Sporting abundant 1- to 2-inch blooms in large clusters, they fill the summer garden with long-lasting color. Droughttolerant, they offer reddish fall foliage. Perfect for containers! 1181-SD—Purple Any LITTLE CHIEF above, each: 250 sds $15.95 / 500 sds $28.70
DELOSPERMA Z 7-10
TABLE MOUNTAIN. (D.cooperi.) Improved Delosperma cooperi is much more floriferous on vigorous yet compact plants reaching up to 4” in height. An extremely popular perennial plant, with its easy culture, drought-loving habit and summer-long 1½- to 2- inch blooms of brilliant rosy-purple. Succulent mat-forming foliage is a rich gray-green, for an economical and attractive sun-loving groundcover. Blooms in just 4 months from sowing!
Crapemyrtle Little Chief Red
Crapemyrtle Little Chief Purple
0761-SD—500 sds $2.25 / 1000 sds $4.05 5000 sds $17.55
STARDUST. (D.floribunda.) Long-blooming, and floriferous, this heat and drought tolerant ground cover forms a tight mat in even the poorest soils. Great for a quart or gallon size perennial offering. Z: 5-8. 51202-SD—500 sds $3.95 / 1000 sds $7.10 2000 sds $13.45
Delosperma Table Mountain
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Delphinium Magic Fountains Mix
Delphinium Summer Mix
DELPHINIUM Z 3-7
Delphinium Diamonds Blue
Dianthus Zing Rose new
Dianthus Zing Salmon
Dianthus Diabunda Purple
Dianthus Diabunda Purple Picotee & Red
The Delphinium “bee” is a contrasting dark or light center. Sow in January. Two weeks’ stratification at 35°F, then dropping night temps by 10°F, improves germination. Also can be sown outside in August and protected over winter to sell in pots in early spring. Either way, you’ll have flowers within a year. Perennials in zones 3-7; cool-season annuals in zones 8-10. For Delphinium Crop Time Chart, see page 10. SUMMER. (D. grandiflorum.) Much easier to grow than traditional Delphiniums, with earlier blooms (ready in 16 to 24 weeks), heavier flowering, better heat tolerance, and no vernalization requirement. Strong basal branching means no staking — ideal for packs and 4-inch pots. 1½-inch flowers on plants 10 to 12 inches high, 6 to 8 inches wide. 3093-SD—Blues. Powder Blue. 51189-SD—Clouds. Blue & White. 3072-SD—Morning. Pink. 3091-SD—Nights. Midnight blue. 3086-SD—Stars. White. 3094-SD—Mix. All colors above. Any SUMMER above, each: 250 sds $8.25 / 500 sds $14.85 1000 sds $28.05
MAGIC FOUNTAINS. Compact, 2- to 2½-foot plants that need no staking. Good performance and unusual, dramatic effect as a bedding plant. Excellent for greenhouse cut flower production, they can be grown to 4 feet tall. 0686-SD—Cherry Blossom. Lavender-pink. 0676-SD—Lavender. White bee. 0678-SD—Lilac Pink. White bee. 0679-SD—Sky Blue. White bee. 0677-SD—White. Dark bee. 0697-SD—Mix. Lilac, pink, sky blue, white w/ dark bee, dark blue w/dark bee & dark blue w/ white bee. Any MAGIC FOUNTAINS above, each: 250 sds $5.25 / 500 sds $9.45 1000 sds $17.85
DIAMONDS BLUE. Produces vibrant cerulean blue spurless flowers the first year. This color drenched perennial has high sales impact with upward-facing blue flowers, hardy to zone 5. Plants reach 16-24 inches high and 10-12 inches wide. With a 90% minimum germination standard and low energy growing, it is easy and economical to grow.
51190-SD—100 sds $18.95 500 sds $80.55
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Delphinium Pacific Giants Mix
PACIFIC GIANTS. Well-formed, symmetrically-shaped flowers, 3 inches across, borne on 4-foot tall sturdy stems. 95% double. Mildew resistant plants grow 4 to 5 feet tall. 3129-SD—Astolat. Pastel shades of pink and rose. 3133-SD—Black Knight. Dark violet. 3134-SD—Blue Bird. Clear blue with white bee. 3136-SD—Blue Jay. Medium intense blue with dark bee. 3137-SD—Galahad. Pure white. 3140-SD—King Arthur. Royal violet with large white bee. 3143-SD—Summer Skies. Light blue with white bee. 3145-SD—Pacific Giants Mix. A mix of 9 colors. Any PACIFIC GIANTS above, each: 500 sds $4.75 / 1000 sds $8.55
DIANTHUS Z variable
These widely-adapted hardy perennials bloom profusely their first year and continue for years. Easy to grow, they perform best in full sun and well-drained soil. For Dianthus Crop Time Chart, see page 10.
new DIABUNDA. (D. x barbatus) Faster
and easier than traditional Sweet Williams, Diabunda is incredibly free-flowering in stunningly vibrant colors. Uniform and adaptable for small or large pots. Plants reach 8-10 inches high and wide and are hardy to zone 5.
51211-SD—Purple 51212-SD—Purple Picotee 51213-SD—Red 51214-SD—Red Picotee Any DIABUNDA above, each: 250 sds $19.95 / 500 sds $35.90 1000 sds $67.85
ZING. 1-inch blooms all summer! Plants bloom just 3 months after sowing and don’t stop all summer, forming a dense green mat 6 inches tall. Hardy, easy and long-lived, sun-loving Zing hybrids are simply the best choice in perennial Dianthus. Z 3-9. 0656-SD—Salmon 0739-SD—Rose Any ZING above, each: 500 sds $3.50 / 1000 sds $6.30
SIBERIAN BLUES. (D. amurensis.) 1/2to 1-inch purple-mauve blooms cover the 16-inch tall and 12-inch wide plants from late spring until frost (despite summer heat and humidity!). Foliage is a very fine-textured bluish gray. Z 3-8. 0745-SD—250 sds $5.75 500 sds $10.35 / 1000 sds $19.55
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PICOTEE. (D. interspecific) The best of all worlds- this disease tolerant, frost tolerant, frilly, and fragrant beauty has a really striking color combination of deep crimson and white. Add height to cool season mixed combos, and draw in customers with fragrance. Plant reaches 18-20 tall. Hardy to Zone 5. 51215-SD—250 sds $19.95 500 sds $35.90 / 1000 sds $67.85
FLAVORA ROSE SHADES. (D. gratianopolitanus) Fragrant, 2-inch flowers of varying shades of rose grace compact plants. Flowers the first year without vernalization, and is perfect for containers or the landscape. Hardy in zones 4-9 with good heat tolerance as well. Plants reach 8 inches high. 51207-SD—250 sds $3.95 500 sds $7.10 / 1000 sds $13.45
SWEETNESS. (D. plumarius.) The new standard single flowered mix— flowering the first year! Sweetly fragrant blooms of pink, rose and crimson appear after 4 months and continue over a long flowering period. Compact, branching plants reach 6” in height and spread 8”. Z 4-8. 0770-SD—250 sds $6.25 500 sds $11.25 / 1000 sds $21.25
BOUQUET. (D. interspecific.) High yields of saleable stems, heat tolerance and long-lasting blooms! This repeat-bloomer is one of the most sought-after colors, bearing lightly fragrant 1-inch blooms on plants 18 to 24 inches tall and 6 to 8 inches wide. Greenhouse plants produce longer stems — up to 36 inches. Needs no staking and blooms in 12 to 13 weeks. Ideal for 4-inch pots. For plug production, 200 cell trays are recommended. P elleted 0783-SD—Purple 51208-SD—Rose 0759-SD—Rose Magic Any BOUQUET above, each: 250 sds $ 19.95 / 500 sds $35.90 1000 sds $67.85
AMAZON NEON. This won our “Best of Show” at Park Grower Days Open House for 2 straight years! An excellent Dianthus for bedding and cuts. Perennial to zone 5, too. Grows 18 to 24 inches in garden; 18 to 36 inches as greenhouse crop. Huge bloom heads sure to make a statement. P elleted 0635-SD—Cherry 0685-SD—Duo. Cherry & purple blend. 0633-SD—Purple 0636-SD—Rose Magic Any AMAZON NEON above, each: 100 sds $9.75 / 500 sds $41.40 1000 sds $76.05
DIGITALIS, purpurea Foxglove Z 5-9
Makes a strong vertical statement with old-fashioned charm. Pest-free and low-maintenance — easy for pack, pot and container production. Prefers full sun in the North, light shade in the South and moist, welldrained soil. For Digitalis Crop Time Chart, see page 10. STRAWBERRY. D. x mertonensis. The Perennial Foxglove. The longestlived foxglove on the market today, this vigorous, heavy-blooming plant delights with large blooms of deep rosy-pink. Ideal for garden or container, it reaches 3 feet tall and 1½ feet wide, with a long earlysummer season of color. Z 3-9. 0773-SD—2500 sds $3.95 5000 sds $7.10
Dianthus Flavora Rose Shades new
Dianthus Bouquet Rose
Dianthus Fandango Crimson Picotee
SILVER FOX. (D. purpurea subsp.heywoodii.) The rare silver-leaved foxglove sells even out of season. The buds are pale yellow, opening to white blooms in early summer. A good substitute for dusty miller, this biennial is a dependable performer, reaching 30 inches high. Z 4-9. 0762-SD—500 sds $4.75 1000 sds $8.55
CANDY MOUNTAIN. A new type of foxglove with tightly packed upward facing rose colored flowers. A true biennial, this variety has a long bloom season and is hardy to zone 6. Use in containers or the landscape. Reaches 24” tall. (Not pictured) 0766-SD—250 sds $4.75 500 sds $8.55 / 1000 sds $16.15
PAM’S CHOICE. (Biennial.) Maroon-throated white bells, plants eventually reach 3 to 4 feet tall, blooming from early to midsummer the second year from sowing. Easy and adaptable in sun or part shade, this floriferous variety offers huge, 2to 3-inch, bell-shaped blooms for weeks! Z 4-8.
Dianthus Bouquet Purple
Dianthus Amazon Neon Duo Dianthus Bouquet Rose Magic
0855-SD—500 sds $5.95 1000 sds $10.70 / 5000 sds $46.40
CAMELOT HYBRID. A winner in our trials! Quick, uniform flowering
and reliable, rapid growth are the hallmarks of this new Digitalis. Heavy flowering the first year, it produces large speckled tubular florets from late spring to late summer. Secondary spikes provide numerous, high quality, strong stems.Grows 3½ to 4 feet high, and 24 to 30 inches wide. It does not need a chilling period to set flower, but cooler temperatures will produce a higher quality plant.
Digitalis Silver Fox
P elleted 4048-SD—Cream 4049-SD—Lavender 4050-SD—Rose 4051-SD—White Any CAMELOT above, each: 250 sds $12.75 / 500 sds $22.95 1000 sds $43.35
Digitalis Pams Choice
call 1-800-845-3366 / fax 1-800-209-0360
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GAILLARDIA x grandiflora, Blanket Flower Z 2-10
SUN. 2005 AAS and Fleuroselect Gold Medal Winner. Abundant, early blooms the first year, no vernalization requirement, and a uniform plant habit! Multicolor 4-inch flowers arise in just 12 to 15 weeks using Benary ApeX Seed, which simplifies mechanical sowing and boasts a high germination rate. Bloom season continues into fall on plants 12 inches high, 10 inches wide. A fast crop ideal for pots from 4 inches through 1 gallon!
3250-SD—Sun Either ARIZONA above, each: 500 sds $18.95 / 1000 sds $34.10
PRIMAVERA. Fleuroselect Quality Mark. Earliest variety available on the market, produces a mass of bicolor red and yellow blooms on dwarf, ball-shaped plants over a long period. The best Goblin-type variety for pack production. 8” high, 12” wide; flowers 3 months after sowing. Z 3-10.
0897-SD—250 sds $7.95 / 500 sds $14.30 / 1000 sds $27.00
BURGUNDY. Solid wine-red blooms with pale yellow centers on 29” high by 12” to 18” wide plants with gray-green foliage. Flowers June to September, good cut flower. Z 3-9.
Gaillardia Arizona Sun
3199-SD—500 sds $3.95 / 1000 sds $7.10
MESA YELLOW HYBRID. The first hybrid Gaillardia! This award winning variety is well-branched and early-blooming. Vigorous growing but maintains a uniform, controlled height with a long bloom season. Reaches 16-18 inches high and 20-22 inches wide. Hardy to Z 5. ALL AMERICA
51321-SD—250 sds $24.95 / 500 sds $44.90
ECHINACEA purpurea, Purple Coneflower Z 3-9
Horizontal or slightly recurved, extra wide petals. Well-branched, uniform, floriferous plants are heat-tolerant and bloom the first year in full sun, if sown early. For Echinacea Crop Time Chart, see page 10. BRAVADO. Rosy pink petals, golden-brown disks. 4- to 4½ inches across on plants 24 inches tall.
Gaillardia Arizona Sun Red Shades
0794-SD—500 sds $2.95 / 1000 sds $5.30 / 2000 sds $10.00 5000 sds $23.00
WHITE SWAN. Pure white petals, orange-brown disks. 4½-inch blooms on plants 24 inches tall.
0801-SD—500 sds $2.95 / 1000 sds $5.30 / 2000 sds $10.00 5000 sds $23.00
MAGNUS. 1998 Perennial Plant Winner. Extra-large, hot-pink blooms up to 7 inches across, with petals held out flat (instead of recurved), plus easycare and drought-tolerant. Magnus reaches 3½ feet tall in full sun to light shade, blooms from June through September!
0825-SD—250 sds $7.95 / 500 sds $14.30 / 1000 sds $27.05 2500 sds $62.00
This large, durable, 28 to 32-inch high Echinacea has 4 to 5-inch blooms with larger more overlapping petals than older varieties — around a dark eye. The broad petals “reach out” rather than hang down. High quality daisy-like flower heads attract butterflies from mid-summer till frost. Makes an outstanding cut flower. Thrives in hot, sunny, even drought-prone locations. Sell in containers up to 1-gallon.
Gaillardia Mesa Yellow
0786-SD—Deep Rose Improved 0800-SD—White Either PRIMADONNA above, each: 500 sds $9.95 / 1000 sds $18.45 / 5000 sds $77.60
new POW WOW WILD BERRY. 2010 AAS Winner. The deepest rose
color available in Echinacea from seed. This variety was a clear winner in our trials, with more flowers, the most colorful blooms and a much neater habit. A true breeding breakthrough- customers will ask for Pow Wow by name! 0769-SD—100 sds $17.95 / 250 sds $41.30 / 500 sds $76.30
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BLAZING SUNSET. Fleuroselect Quality Award Winner. Large, fully-double tangerine-red flowers bloom all summer. Vigorous plants grow 20 to 24 inches high, 15 to 18 inches wide in moist, well-drained soil. Blooms first of the year.
Sunny or partially shaded borders, these long-lived perennials are easily grown and vigorous. VISION. Improved APEX seed! (30% more young plants, 65% minimum germination in soil.) (G. sanguineum.) 1-foot plants producing large flowers, 1½ to 2 inches across, from May through summer. Z 3-8. 1579-SD—Light Pink 1549-SD—Violet. Reddish-puple. Either VISION above, each: 50 sds $9.95 100 sds $17.90 500 sds $77.60
SPLISH SPLASH. (G. pratense striatum.) Blooms first year from seed, making this Hardy Geranium highly attractive to customers. 12- to 15-inch plants bear 1½-inch blooms from late spring into summer. Z 5-8. 3271-SD—50 sds $18.95 100 sds $34.10 500 sds $147.80
BILL WALLIS. A lovely, longblooming hardy geranium that offers a profusion of purple flowers. Clump forming plants reach about 12 inches in height and will flower the first year. Z 5-9. “Photo courtesy of Jelitto Perennial Seeds”. 3535-SD—100 sds $22.25 250 sds $51.20 500 sds $94.55
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(Fleuroselect Gold Medal) A first
year flowering perennial that adds height to garden borders and extended life to floral arrangements. Abundant, shimmering blue pincushion flowers are borne on long, silver blue stems and can be used fresh or dried. Thrives in hot sunny locations with welldrained soil. Height 36-40”. 0803-SD—50 sds $6.50 100 sds $11.70 250 sds $27.65
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0856-SD—100 sds $14.75 200 sds $26.55 500 sds $62.70
HEUCHERA Z 3-8
65°-70° 21-30 days
Blooms May through August in sun to part shade. For green sales in spring: sow 6-inch pots in June or 4-inch pots in late fall.
Geranium Vision Violet
PURPLE PALACE. (H. x micrantha.) Ivy-shaped leaves, mahogany-red above, beet-red below (remove any green foliage as they germinate). 6-inch sprays of white flowers float above 2 foot foliage. 0997-SD—500 sds $2.95 1000 sds $5.30 5000 sds $23.00
MELTING FIRE. Grow this popular crop for less! The quality and uniformity of this variety makes it easily as attractive as expensive vegetative lines. Plants exhibit excellent garden performance and have deep burgundy leaves with a wavy margin.
Geranium Splish Splash
Geranium Vision Pink
Geum Blazing Sunset
Geranium Bill Wallis
Heuchera Purple Palace
0939-SD—250 sds $9.95 500 sds $17.90 1000 sds $33.85
MALACHITE. This is the greenleaved partner to Melting Fire. Leaves are heavily curled, and the plants are easy to grow and highly uniform. Garden performance is strong, but Malachite also works well in mixed containers. Reaches 10-15 inches high and 12 inches wide. 0986-SD—250 sds $7.95 500 sds $14.30 1000 sds $27.00
RUBY BELLS. (H. sanguinea.) Intense deep red flowers arise abundantly on well-branched, compact 16-inch plants. With more flower stems than others, Ruby Bells makes a bold statement on the bench. Sweetly fragrant flowers contrast richly with the bright green foliage.
0982-SD—500 sds $4.95 1000 sds $8.90 5000 sds $38.60
Eryngium Blue Glitter
Heuchera Ruby Bells
Heuchera Melting Fire call 1-800-845-3366 / fax 1-800-209-0360
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ISOLEPSIS Live Wire. Now this popular grass is available as seed! The fiber optic appearance of this flowering grass is a showstopper in mixed combinations, as a stand-alone item, or as a gift plant. The compact mounds of erect leaves reach 6-8 inches. Multi-seed pellets yield 3-5 plants. Tender perennial. Z 8-10. L, 65-70, 6 days. M
CAREX BRONZE. Provides the perfect backdrop or complement to other flowering plants. Gracefully arching bronze foliage forms an attractive mound, 10 to 12 inches high and 12 to 20 inches around. The coppery pink color is ideal for containers and border accents. Resistant to drought, heat and humidity. Perennial in Zones 7-9, grows as an annual elsewhere. L, 72º-77°, 14 days. 0390-SD—250 sds $7.95 / 500 sds $14.30 / 1000 sds $27.00
CAREX PRAIRIE FIRE™. Green based tussocks with subtle orange tips grow to 16 inches tall. The orange color intensifies in summer. Great for texture in combinations or landscapes. Z 5-6.
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CHASMANTHIUM latifolium. Attractive ornamental grass with nodding flower stalks that are useful for flower arrangements either fresh or dried. Grows in full sun or grow in shade in very hot dry conditions. Height is 2-4 feet and width is 12 inches. Z 5-9. 0544-SD—250 sds $11.50 / 500 sds $20.70
CORTADERIA selloana—Pampas Grass. Long silky plumes in late summer on stems 6 to 12 feet high. Z 7-10, 65º-75°, 15 days. 1462-SD—C. selloana. White. 3590-SD—C. selloana Rosea. Pink.
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FESTUCA glauca – Blue Fescue. Blue grass in dense, 1-foot, glaucous tufts. Z 4-10, L, 65°-75°, 2 weeks. (Not pictured) 3192-SD—500 sds $1.75 / 1000 sds $3.15 / 5000 sds $15.25
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Carex Fresh Look
0393-SD—250 sds $9.50 / 500 sds $17.10 / 1000 sds $32.30
0394-SD—250 sds $9.95 / 500 sds $17.90 / 1000 sds $33.85
Carex Prairie Fire™
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1078-SD—100 sds $15.50 / 250 sds $36.65 / 500 sds $65.90
Isolepsis Live Wire
ERAGROSTIS spectabilis. One of the most attractive late-flowering ornamental grasses, purple lovegrass forms dense compact clumps 20” tall and sends up mists of brilliant purple-red flowers from August to October. Good for rock garden sites, usually germinates within 3 to 4 weeks, but if not, then a cooling period of 2-4 weeks is recommended. Z 5-8. “Photo courtesy of Jelitto Perennial Seeds”. 0808-SD—250 sds $5.25 / 500 sds $9.45 / 1000 sds $17.85
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GRASSES, Continued PENNISETUM setaceum — Fountain Grass. 12-inch spikes of rosy blooms above large leaves on clumps 2 feet high, 8 inches wide. Z 8-10, L, 65°-75°, 15 days. Clean seed. Cannot ship to HI. 1552-SD—500 sds $5.95 / 1000 sds $10.70 / 5000 sds $46.40
MELINIS SAVANNAH. (M. nerviglumis ‘Savannah.’) Blue-green leaves and 3½- to 4½-inch mauve plumes. Looks great in any weather, tolerating stress without dropping a leaf. Z 8-9. H: 6-12”. 1207-SD—250 sds $10.95 / 500 sds $19.70 / 1000 sds $37.25
Miscanthus New Hybrids
Pennisetum Fountain Grass
Juncus Blue Arrows
MISCANTHUS sinensis NEW HYBRIDS. The new strain has much more vigor from the seeding stage to its final height of 6-7 feet than previous strains. Creamy flower plumes top gracefully arching, striking leaves that turn rich gold in fall. Z 5-9, L, 70°, 10-20 days. 1365-SD—500 sds $3.95 / 1000 sds $7.10 / 5000 sds $30.80
STIPA SIROCCO arundinacea. This unique Stipa turns shades of pink at maturity when grown outdoors in cool weather. Plants reach 12-14 inches tall and spread 22-24 inches. Z 6-10, L, 65-75, 5-6 days. M
51716-SD—100 sds $14.75 / 250 sds $33.95 / 500 sds $62.70
STIPA PONYTAILS. This grass is known for its abundant creamy white panicles, growing 12 to 30 inches tall. With a weeping habit and 12 to 24 inch width, it is excellent for containers. Blooms late spring until fall, and tolerates lime soils and drought well. Grow on in temperatures from 65° to 72° and do not cover the seed, as it needs light to grow. Perennial in Zones 7-10, grow as annual elsewhere. Warm, L, 68°, 15 days. 1906-SD—500 sds $4.95 / 1000 sds $8.90 / 5000 sds $38.60
UNCINIA FIREDANCE. Glossy, deep bronze foliage is an attractive and versatile element for landscapes, mixed containers, or single containers of varying sizes. Firedance™ produces a dense fountain of leaves reaching up to 20 inches high. Drought tolerant. Z 8-11, L, 65°-68°. 51838-SD—250 sds $18.95 / 500 sds $34.10 / 1000 sds $64.45
JUNCUS Zones vary
BLUE ARROWS. (J. inflexus.) A versatile and vigorous new foliage option for the landscape or containers with stiff upright blue-green foliage. Tolerant of boggy or dry soils and hardy Zones 5-9. Plants reach 3 feet tall and spread approximately 1 foot. M
51418-SD—100 sds $13.75 / 250 sds $31.65 / 500 sds $58.45
JAVELIN. (J. pallidus.) A large specimen, reaching up to 5 or 6 feet in the garden. Tolerant of either boggy or dry soils, it is a tender Juncus, hardy zones 8-11. The dry foliage remains upright for winter interest. M
51417-SD—100 sds $13.75 / 250 sds $31.65 / 500 sds $58.45
TWISTED ARROWS. (J. inflexus spiralis.) A multi-pellet with two species! Each pellet produces two or more seedlings of each Juncus for an instant combination. Perfect for waterside or bog gardens as well as containers of all kinds, this sun-lover redefines curb appeal. Its fantastic shape attracts interest. About 12 inches high and wide. Z 5-9. M
51421-SD—100 sds $19.95 / 250 sds $45.90 / 500 sds $84.80
new TWISTED DART. A multi-species multi-pellet including Blue
Dart and J. effusus spiralis. This is shorter version of Twisted Arrows, and is great to use in baskets. M
51414-SD—100 sds $21.50 / 250 sds $49.45 / 500 sds $91.40
Juncus Twisted Dart
Juncus Twisted Arrows
call 1-800-845-3366 / fax 1-800-209-0360
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HIBISCUS moscheutos, Rose Mallow Z 5-10
DISCO BELLE HYBRIDS. Huge 9-inch blooms smother compact 2½-foot tall plants all through the summer heat. Among the most talked-about perennial plants in our trials, it may also be grown as an annual. Outstanding in the border or as a flowering hedge.
1002-SD—White 1003-SD—Rosy Red 0990-SD—Pink. Edged in bright pink with a contrasting red eye. 0991-SD—Mix Any DISCO BELLE above, each 100 sds $15.95 / 500 sds $67.80 / 1000 sds $124.40
LUNA HYBRIDS. Bushy, well-branched plants produce plenty of large, 6-8 inch, bright blooms! The uniform habit makes a neat hedge in beds and borders and makes a great potted plant. Seed is scarified for improved germination. H: 2-3 feet. 51365-SD—Red 51366-SD—Rose Any LUNA above, each 100 sds $41.95 / 250 sds $96.50
SOUTHERN BELLE MIX. Large, 10 ½-inch flowers are produced on 4-ft plants all summer. Mix includes red, pink, and white. (Not pictured)
Hibiscus Disco Belle Mix
0993-SD—100 sds $15.95 / 500 sds $67.80 1000 sds $124.40
HOLLYHOCK, Alcea rosea Z 2-9
For Hollyhock Crop Time Chart, see page 10.
Hibiscus Luna Red and Rose
Hollyhock Créme De Cassis
CRÈME DE CASSIS. 5-6-foot upright plants produce a mixture of single, semi-double, and double 2 to 4-inch blooms in a striking deep black currant color that lightens to white edges in warmer climates and to a veined lighter berry color in cooler climates. Flowers have a bright yellow eye. The plants spread to a 2-foot width, blooming in mid-summer. 1005-SD—100 sds $11.95 / 500 sds $50.80 / 1000 sds $93.20
QUEENY PURPLE. AAS Award Winner. A DWARF Plant Habit! The shortest Alcea rosea and the first purple available as a single color, this 2 to 3-foot plant blooms all summer with 3 to 4-inch fringed double blooms. Sturdy stalks won’t fall over, so the plant can be used for a dense hedge of season-long color. Z 6-9. ALL AMERICA
1076-SD—500 sds $4.95 / 1000 sds $8.90
PEACHES ‘N’ DREAMS™. Withstands harsh winter weather virtually anywhere in the contiguous U.S. and boasts large, fully double, gorgeous blooms! 4-inch, peachy-yellow flowers cluster along sturdy 5- to 6-foot stalks. Easy to grow in full sun. Sow in fall for spring bloom, or in spring for the following year. Z 2-9. 1022-SD—250 sds $15.95 / 500 sds $28.70 / 1000 sds $54.25
SUMMER CARNIVAL MIX. AAS Winner. Appearing all summer, 4-inch blooms are semidouble or double on 3- to 5-foot plants. Blooms of deep crimson, rose-red, rose, light pink, yellow and white arrive reliably only 4 months from sowing. Very easy in well-drained soil and full sun. ALL AMERICA
Hollyhock Spring Celebrities Mix
Hollyhock Peaches ‘N’Dreams™
Hollyhock Summer Carnival Mix
0985-SD—500 sds $2.95 / 1000 sds $5.30 / 5000 sds $23.00
new SPRING CELEBRITIES MIX. Incredibly well- branched
and dwarf- these semi-double to double beauties are an easy, instant perennial. A bright mix of rose, yellow, white, purple and more, plants reach no more than 36 inches tall. Flowers in 15-17 weeks. 0999-SD—100 sds $21.95 / 500 sds $93.30
HOSTA ventricosa Z 4-9
Attention-grabbing plants are 18 inches tall and wide, with elegantly veined, glossy leaves and tall-stemmed blue flowers in late summer and early fall. Full to partial shade.
Hollyhock Queeny Purple 94
0840-SD—250 sds $19.95 / 500 sds $35.90 / 1000 sds $67.85
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BURNING LOVE. Dwarf form of Maltese cross that blooms first year from seed. Has bright scarlet blooms from May to August on plants that are 19” tall. Attracts hummingbirds, very winter hardy. Zones 4-8.
FLAMENCO. 1999 AAS Winner. Flowers the first year in 180 days, producing 30-inch spikes of creamy white, yellow, orange, red, or shades of all four colors on plants 24 inches wide. Sow seed in January for summer sales in bloom. Plant in sunny areas. 1956-SD—250 sds $10.75 500 sds $19.35 / 1000 sds $36.55 5000 sds $150.50
LOBELIA Z 6-9
FAN HYBRIDS. Fleuroselect Gold Medal Winner. Blooms for 3 months or more, even the first year! Sow in January for July bloom. Vigorous, basal-branching, upright plant that bears brightly colored, tubular flowers on uniform 24 inch tall spikes. Prefers part shade and moist soil. For Lobelia Crop Time Chart, see page 10. 1202-SD—Blue. Intense deep blue. 1183-SD—Salmon 1174-SD—Scarlet. Bronze foliage. Any FAN HYBRID above, each 100 sds $7.95 / 500 sds $33.80 1000 sds $62.00
DELFT BLUE. (L. valida) Vivid blue flowers are self-cleaning and appear over a long season. The plants are compact and tidy, with good branching and deep green foliage. Tolerant of both wet and dry conditions, it is tough in the landscape. Provided as Tuned seeds for easier germination. Reaches 16-20 inches high and 12 inches wide. Hardy zones 5-9. 51427-SD—250 sds $16.95 500 sds $30.50 / 1000 sds $57.65
LUPINUS polyphyllus Z 4-8
RUSSELL STRAIN. Sturdy, basal branching habit spreads 12 to 16 inches with boldly-colored, densely packed 2 foot spikes. Blooms in May and June (4 months from seed) in sun to light shade and well-drained soil. Sow into Jiffy Pots in cool conditions. Sow in January for cool-weather sales in March.
1144-SD—500 sds $2.95 1000 sds $5.30
LILIUM x formolongi Z 6-8
Liatris Floristan White
Liatris Floristan Violet
Lobelia Fan Hybrids
WHITE LANCER. Enjoy early-flowering, upward-facing flowers the first year from seed! Strong stems make it excellent for cutting. Grow as an annual cut flower, or perennial in zones 6-8. Blooms in July and August, preferring full sun to partial shade. 1210-SD—250 sds $14.50 500 sds $26.10 / 1000 sds $49.30
MALVA sylvestris For Malva Crop Time Chart, see page 10. MYSTIC MERLIN. Blooms from seed the first year, bearing big flowers of deep purple, mauve and true blue on the same plant from July through frost! Grows eagerly in full sun to part shade, reaching 5 to 6 feet tall and 2 feet wide. 0958-SD—250 sds $14.50 500 sds $26.10 / 1000 sds $49.30
BRAVE HEART. Tall (3- to 4-foot), upright stems produce dense spikes of lavender blooms with striking purple veins that bloom from June to September in full sun. Sow it in Jan/Feb for blooming plants by June/July. 0996-SD—250 sds $9.95 500 sds $17.90 / 1000 sds $33.85
ZEBRINA. Single, saucer-shaped flowers, usually white striped with purple (sometimes variable) on 2½-foot spikes. Flowers bloom freely all summer in sun; disease-resistant.
Lupine Russell Prize Mix
Lobelia Delft Blue
0998-SD—250 sds $2.95 500 sds $5.30 / 1000 sds $10.00
1230-SD—Blue & White 1225-SD—Pink 1236-SD—Red Flame 1232-SD—Prize Mix. Rich color range
of many shades and bicolors.
Any RUSSELL STRAIN above, each 500 sds $5.75 / 1000 sds $10.35
Lilium White Lancer
LIATRIS Z 4-9
FLORISTAN. Striking, hardy perennials whose long 3-foot spikes make fine cut flowers and add majesty to the garden from mid-summer into fall. Prefer sun or partial shade.
Lychnis Burning Love
Malva Brave Heart
1158-SD—Violet 1159-SD—White Any FLORISTAN above, each: 500 sds $3.95 / 1000 sds $7.10 5000 sds $30.80
Malva Mystic Merlin call 1-800-845-3366 / fax 1-800-209-0360
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PLATYCODON grandiflorus, Balloon Flower Z 4-9 L 68°-70° 7-14 days Sow seeds directly into plug trays, since it dislikes being transplanted. Light is needed for good germination; however, a very light covering of vermiculite helps prevent drying out. Transplant into 4-inch pots 5 weeks after sowing and maintain a constant feed program at 200-300ppm. Regulate height by pinching 2 weeks after potting or applying B-9 at 1000ppm weekly until the first flower appears. Platycodons thrive in full sun, but will tolerate light shade. Plants transplanted into the garden by May will begin blooming late June and July.
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Platycodon Astra Double Lavender
ASTRA HYBRIDS. Long-lasting 2- to 3-inch blooms with thick, durable petals provide a longer sales period! The only series available with the hard-to-find double blue and double lavender. 90% germination rate. Reaches 8 inches tall, 6 inches wide.
Platycodon Astra Blue
1759-SD—Blue 1746-SD—Double Lavender 1760-SD—Pink 1888-SD—Double White 1772-SD—White 1894-SD—Double Mix. All doubles. 1769-SD—Double Blue 1756-SD—Mix. All colors above. Any ASTRA above, each: 100 sds $7.95 250 sds $18.30 / 500 sds $33.80 1000 sds $62.00
SENTIMENTAL BLUE HYBRID. Dwarf, only 6 inches tall, with 2-inch single blooms, making a splendid bedding plant! Blooms in the pack just 14 weeks from sowing; a 4-inch pot finishes in less than 4 months.
Platycodon Astra Pink
Platycodon Sentimental Blue
PENSTEMON Z Vary
new CARILLO PURPLE. This long-flowering
Penstemon Carillo Purple and Sunburst Ruby
Plumbago Escapade Blue Improved
2114-SD—250 sds $11.25 / 500 sds $20.25 1000 sds $38.25
and heat tolerant selection of a prairie native has the deepest purple blooms available from seed. Plants are compact and well-branched, and are an excellent choice for 4-inch pots or larger. Hardy to zone 5.
51582-SD—250 sds $9.95 / 500 sds $17.90 1000 sds $33.85
SUNBURST RUBY. (P. x. mexicale) An astonishingly durable perennial, this cross between Mexican and US native species may indeed know no borders. Vigorous despite heat and humidity, they also survive up to -13º F. White-throated red flowers form the first year on 16 inch stems. Bushy plants with grassy green foliage reach 18 inches across and are graceful additions to mixed containers, rock gardens, or perennial borders. Z 6-9. Photo courtesy of Jelitto Perennial seeds.
Z Vary L 68°-72° 10-15 days ESCAPADE BLUE IMPROVED. (P. auriculata) This heat tolerant tropical plant forms a bushy shrub filled with light blue, phlox-like flowers. Best for 1-2 gallon pots or as patio container specimens. Reaches 12-18 inches high and 18-24 inches wide. Hardy Zones 8-11, where it can eventually form a hedge up to 6 feet tall.
51642-SD—50 sds $19.95 / 250 sds $84.80 500 sds $155.60
PEROVSKIA atriplicifolia Z 5-9 D 68°-72° 14-30 days TAIGA. Heat and drought tolerant perennial, it produces tall, sky blue flower spikes. Perovskia is a durable and beautiful landscape plant reaching 3-4 feet tall with silver-gray foliage. Sell in mid-late summer in larger sizes for blooming plants. 51575-SD—250 sds $9.50 / 500 sds $17.10 1000 sds $32.30
OENOTHERA, Evening Primrose Z 4-9 L 70°-80° 15 days INCANA. (macrocarpa ssp.) A short (8”) evening primrose with large golden yellow flowers that blooms the first year from seed. Gold Nugget Seed has been treated to germinate 10 to 28 days after sowing. Narrow, lanceolate gray-green ornamental foliage has red stems. Spreading ground cover, plant blooms from June to September, good for rock gardens. Photo courtesy of Jelitto Perennial seeds. 3521-SD—100 sds $7.95 / 250 sds $18.30 500 sds $33.80
ROSEA. (speciosa) Blooms continuously from early summer to fall, its 2-inch cup-shaped pink flowers opening during the day. Easy to grow; floriferous, heat- and drought-resistant! It rapidly establishes large colonies 6 to 12 inches tall and wide.
1454-SD—500 sds $2.25 / 1000 sds $4.05 5000 sds $17.55
MONARDA, Bee Balm Z 4-9 L 70°-72° 10 days PANORAMA. (M. didyma) Blooms July and August on 3-foot plants. Up to 20 long stems per plant; useful for cutting. Prefers full sun or afternoon shade and moist soil. 3624-SD—Red Shades. Resistant to Powdery Mildew. 1369-SD—Mix. Shades of scarlet, bright red, pink & salmon. Any PANORAMA above, each: 250 sds $4.75 / 500 sds $8.55 1000 sds $16.15
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new ALHAMBRA. (Punica granatum nana) A gorgeous little shrub that
bears edible fruit, Alhambra is easy to grow from seed. Vibrant orange flowers continue over a long flowering period, and are followed by the attractive fruits. The shrub is compact, reaching only 16-18 inches high and wide.
51507-SD—100 sds $4.75 / 500 sds $20.20
Z 5-8 L 70º 14-21 days MONARCH’S VELVET. From early summer to fall, 24-inch mounded plants bear masses of black-centered red blossoms in any sunny location. Sow in May/ June for blooms the following summer. Grow on cool until established.
1755-SD—500 sds $2.95 / 1000 sds $5.30 / 5000 sds $23.00
PYRETHRUM, Tanacetum coccineum Z 3-7 DL 55º 21 days ROBINSONS CRIMSON. Unbelievably brilliant crimson, 3-inch blooms with contrasting yellow centers. 1758-SD—500 sds $1.50 / 1000 sds $2.75 / 5000 sds $13.50
PRUNELLA Z 4-8 D 64º 7-14 days FREELANDER MIX. Blue-purple, rose, and white flowers on dwarf, compact plants 7” high, 4” wide. Good pack performance and short production period. Flowers in pack in spring and summer; can also flower in September-October from a May sowing. Blooms first year from seed. Use in beds, rock gardens, as ground cover, or in pots.
Pyrethrum Robinsons Crimson
Potentilla Monarch’s Velvet
Scabiosa Ritz Blue
Prunella Freelander Mix
Scabiosa Ritz Rose
Scabiosa Fama White
1701-SD—250 sds $13.95 / 500 sds $25.10 / 1000 sds $47.45
SCABIOSA Pincushion Flower FAMA. (S. caucasica) Improved APEX seed! (enables automatic sowability.) The most uniform and largest flowered available. 3-inch blooms, ideal for cutting, arise all summer on 20-inch stems. For 4-inch or larger pots. Z 3-8, 65º-70°, 14-21 days. new 51699-SD—Deep Blue new 51700-SD—White Any FAMA above, each: 100 sds $22.95 / 250 sds $52.80 / 500 sds $97.55
RITZ. This species flowers the first year for quicker sales. Compact 6 to 8 inch tall and wide plants. Fast, easy production and long shelf life. Vernalization not needed for bud initiation. Excellent for borders, containers, and patio planters. Sell in 4-inch to gallon pots. Z 5-7, 65º-70°, 14-21 days. 1885-SD—Blue Improved new 51701-SD—Rose 250 sds $11.95 / 500 sds $21.50 / 1000 sds $40.65
PAPAVER, Poppy Z 3-8
D 70º 6-20 days CHAMPAGNE BUBBLES HYBRID. An F1 hybrid version of the open-pollinated favorite! Bred for even more vigorous growth, abundant blooms, uniform habit, and wide range of colors. Plants reach 15 inches tall, 6 inches wide, blooming early and profusely.
1573-SD—Mix 1743-SD—Scarlet Any CHAMPAGNE BUBBLES above, each: 500 sds $10.75 / 1000 sds $19.95 / 5000 sds $83.85
GREAT RED POPPY. (Papaver bracteatum.) The biggest blooms! Huge red flowers up to 7 inches across. Perfect for the border or for bouquets and arrangements! Space 36-inches apart.
Rudbeckia Goldsturm Strain
Scabiosa Fama Deep Blue
Poppy Great Red
Poppy Champagne Bubbles
1534-SD—500 sds $1.95 / 1000 sds $3.50
RUDBECKIA fulgida Z 3-9
GOLDSTURM STRAIN. Improved APEX seed! (25% more young plants, 75% minimum germination in soil.) Golden flowers over 3 inches across; 2-foot-plus plants. Highly sought for landscaping and a popular roadside cut flower. Sun-lover.
1777-SD—500 sds $9.95 / 1000 sds $17.90 / 5000 sds $77.60
GREEN WIZARD. 3- to 5-inch flowers with green sepals and 1½-inch black cones; blooms in summer the first year from seed on plants 2 to 3 feet tall, 1½ to 2½ feet wide.
1785-SD—250 sds $10.95 / 500 sds $19.70 1000 sds $37.25
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SALVIA x superba
Z 4-9 L 68º-72° 10 days BLUE QUEEN. 12-inch, dwarf, compact plants with spikes of deep blue. Prefers sunny spots; drought-tolerant.
1802-SD—250 sds $5.95 500 sds $10.70 / 1000 sds $20.25
ROSE QUEEN. 20-inch spikes of bright pink on bushy, upright 2- to 3-foot plants. Blooms heavily in early summer, repeating till fall in sunny areas.
Salvia Blue Queen
1823-SD—250 sds $4.95 500 sds $8.90 / 1000 sds $16.85
ADORA BLUE. More compact and earlier to flower than Blue Queen. Multiple flower stems are produced on plants with a dense, clumping habit. Reaches 10” tall. 51691-SD—250 sds $12.95 500 sds $23.30 / 1000 sds $44.05
SALVIA transylvanica Salvia Rose Queen
Salvia Adora Blue
Z 4-9 L 68º-72° 10 days BLUE SPIRE. Beefy plants meant for larger containers really perform in the landscape. Reaching 3 feet tall, they demand production in a gallon or larger. Drought tolerant. 51692-SD—250 sds $4.95 500 sds $8.90 / 1000 sds $16.85
Salvia Blue Spire
Salvia Meadow Ballet Blend
NEW DIMENSION. These wellbranched compact plants are fast to finish. The most vibrant colors available from seed create instant demand at retail, while the long-lasting bloom quality means increased shelf-life and extended garden performance. Reaches 6 inches wide and 10 inches tall. new 51693-SD—Blue new 51697-SD—Rose Any New Dimension above: 250 sds $9.95 / 500 sds $17.90 1000 sds $33.85
SEDUM spurium Salvia Rose Rhapsody
Salvia New Dimension Blue
Salvia New Dimension Rose
Z 3-9 L 68º-72º 14-21 days VOODOO. This improvement over Dragon’s Blood for intense red color won the Fleuroselect Quality Mark for its habit and intense leaf color. Thrives in hot, sunny locations. Sell in packs to 4-inch pots. Grow on the dry side at all stages to avoid stretching and intensify color. Sowing multiple seeds per cell or pot improves overall appearance. Grows 4 to 6 inches tall and spreads up to 2 feet.
EMPEROR’S WAVE. Dense, purplered umbrels held on dark-stems. Strong blue-green, attractive, succulent foliage. Reaches 15" tall and wide and blooms Aug. to Sept. Feeds honey bees, attracts butterflies, and is a good cut flower. Photo courtesy of Jelitto Perennial Seeds. 4659-SD—250 sds $3.95 500 sds $7.10 / 1000 sds $13.45
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rosette of succulent needles. The gray-green foliage becomes covered in tiny white flowers in late summer. Finish 4” pots in as little as 9 weeks.
1842-SD—500 sds $5.95 1000 sds 10.70
STACHYS byzantina, Lamb’s Ear Z 4-9
STACHYS. Foliage plant, 18 inches tall and 24 inches wide, with soft, white woolly leaves up to a foot long! Best in full sun. Pink-purple flowers spikes attract bees from early summer to early fall. (Not pictured). 3985-SD—250 sds $3.50 500 sds $6.30 / 1000 sds $11.90
TRACHELIUM caeruleum, Blue Throatwort Z 7-10 L
DEVOTION MIX. The first Trachelium bred for landscape as well as cut flower use. Devotion is a colorful, compact variety with an alluring fragrance and numerous flowers in blue, purple and a green- tinted white in any container from 6-inch pots to gallon tubs. In the garden, plants reach 2½ to 3 feet tall and 1-foot wide. Best grown under long days and high light, it is long-blooming and very diseaseresistant. P elleted 1948-SD—100 sds $10.75 250 sds $24.75 / 500 sds $45.70 1000 sds $83.85
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SHASTA DAISY Leucanthemum x superbum Z 5-9 L 65°-70° 15 days For Leucanthemum Crop Time Chart, see page 11. SNOW LADY. AAS WINNER. Blooming 4 weeks earlier than other Shastas, these dwarf, 10-inch high heat-resistant mounds bear 2½-inch blooms in summer. Flowers at just 6 inches high. 1149-SD—250 sds $13.75 500 sds $24.75 / 1000 sds $46.75
DAISY. DOUBLES, QUILLS, FRILLS — TOP PETAL
POWER!. Classic daisy for cut flowers and sunny beds and borders. Sow in August for spring, or in February for summer and fall. Grow in a cool greenhouse. Fertilize with 15-16-17 ratio at ½ the recommended rate. White with a yellow eye, the 2½-inch blooms open in June and July on plants 24 to 28 inches high. Ideal for 4- to 6-inch pots.
VERONICA, Continued SIGHTSEEING. (spicata). Blend of white, pink and blue that is uniform for height and bloom time. Growing 28 inches, 3-to 10-inch spikes on erect stems make long-lasting cut flowers. Blooms first year, June to August. (Not pictured). 2062-SD—500 sds $2.95 1000 sds $5.30 / 2000 sds $10.05
Shasta Daisy Snow Lady
VERBENA Z 7-9
TOUCH OF STYLE (V. rigida). This ground cover Verbena just doesn’t quit sending up 1to 3-inch bloomspikes stuffed with deep, rich violet-blue blooms! More tolerant of heat and drought, it is very low-maintenance. 51911-SD—1000 sds $4.75 5000 sds $20.20
0558-SD—500 sds $3.95 1000 sds $6.30 / 5000 sds $27.30
WHITE KNIGHT. Single, 3- to 5-inch white flowers with yellow centers that cover 16- to 24-inch plants from spring till frost. High percentage of sellable plants displaying good disease resistance.
Many of our customers have requested seed mixes to use for Reclamation projects. We are now offering wildflower mixes for such purposes. The complete contents of each mix (both in % by weight and % by seed) is available from your sales representative.
VERBASCUM x hybrida
PARK’S NORTHEAST WILDFLOWER RECLAMATION MIX. Contains 14 varieties, ranging in height from 16” to 72”. 416,992 seeds per pound. Planting Rate: @ 45 SSF - 2.6 lb/ac @ 75 SSF - 7.8 lb/ac
1146-SD—100 sds $7.95 500 sds $33.80 / 1000 sds $62.00
SOUTHERN CHARM. A unique blend of creamy yellow, soft lavender and peachy rose shades, each marked with a fuzzy purple ‘Bee,’ on 2- to 2½-foot stems. Plants bloom in spring, going dormant under high temperatures, and will rebloom in fall. Never self sows or becomes ‘weedy.’ Blooms in 16-18 weeks in full sun.
2106-SD—100 sds $15.95 200 sds $28.70 / 500 sds $67.80 1000 sds $124.40
TEMPTRESS PURPLE. V. phoeniceum. The most intensely colored verbascum from seed! Temptress is early to flower, with large flower spikes on a compact plant. P elleted
Shasta Daisy Crazy Daisy
2403-SD—1 lb: $95.00
PARK’S SOUTHEAST WILDFLOWER RECLAMATION MIX. Contains 19 varieties, ranging in height from 26” to 72”. 317,745 seeds per pound. Planting Rate: @ 45 SSF - 3.4 lb/ac @ 75 SSF - 10.3 lb/ac 2410-SD—1 lb: $95.00
Shasta Daisy White Knight
PARK’S MIDWEST WILDFLOWER RECLAMATION MIX. Contains 18 varieties, ranging in height from 24” to 96”. 344,130 seeds per pound. Planting Rate: @ 45 SSF - 3.2 lb/ac @ 75 SSF - 9.5 lb/ac 2402-SD—1 lb: $95.00
51847-SD—100 sds $9.50 500 sds $17.10 / 1000 sds $32.30
Other Wildflower mixes available upon request Verbascum Southern Charm
Z 5-9 L 65°-75° 7-14 days BLUE BOUQUET. (subsessilis) Perennial often grown as an annual; blooms abundantly in about 20 weeks from sowing, with spikes of 12-to 18-inch purple-blue flowers. Lovely in pots, as a cut flower and in the border. Plant one to a 4½inch pot or 3 to a 6-inch pot and grow on at 65º, feeding well. P elleted 2011-SD—100 sds $5.95 500 sds $25.30 / 1000 sds $46.40
Verbena Touch of Style
Verbascum Temptress Purple
Veronica Blue Bouquet
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With the popularity of homeopathic remedies and natural foods, herbs are hot sellers! Try marketing kitchen herbs in small pots near the cash register for impulse buys; the spreading varieties are ideal between paving stones and the ornamental varieties in the flower bed. A = Annual
Basil Thai Siam Queen
Basil Purple Ruffles
P = Perennial
T P = Tender Perennial
ARUGULA. This peppery-mustard-flavored leaf is a staple of fine cuisine. P
BALM, LEMON. (Melissa officinalis.) 2-foot-tall plants have white flowers, attract bees. Lemon flavor used in flavorings and teas. Z 4-9, DL, 68º70º, 3-8 Days. P
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3912-SD—10,000 sds $3.95 / 20,000 sds $7.10 ARUGULA, ROQUETTE. P 5891-SD—10,000 sds $4.95 / 20,000 sds $8.90
0293-SD—10,000 sds $5.50 / 20,000 sds $10.50
BASIL, AROMA 2 F1. Vigorous, slow-bolting and fusarium tolerant. Excellent taste.
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0263–SD—5000 sds $4.25
BASIL, LARGE LEAF ITALIAN. Popular for pesto and other Italian food. Plants reach 8 to 24 inches tall, 6 to 18 inches wide. D, 70º, 5-8 Days. A 0271-SD—25,000 sds $2.95 / 50,000 sds $5.50 100,000 sds $10.00 BASIL, LARGE LEAF ITALIAN. 5865 – 5000 sds $2.95
Basil Lemon Sweet Dani
Basil Large Leaf Italian
BASIL, LEMON SWEET DANI. AAS WINNER. Each leaf packs in 70% to 75% more essential oils than other Lemon Basil varieties. Upright rounded habit reaches 26 inches high and 10 to 14 inches across. D, 70º, 5-8 Days. A
0311-SD—2500 sds $9.95 / 5000 sds $18.00
BASIL, LEMON SPREADING.
0266-SD—2500 sds $6.95 / 5000 sds $12.75
BASIL, MINETTE. Small-leaved plants mature as beautiful, compact 10-inch spheres of absolute uniformity without pinching or pruning. D, 70º, 5-8 Days. A
0307-SD—5000 sds $7.50 / 10,000 sds $13.50
BASIL, NUFAR HYBRID. (Ocimum basilicum.) Aromatic Genovese variety is a big seller with its great resistance to Fusarium. D, 70º, 5-8 Days. A 0273-SD—2500 sds $6.95 / 5000 sds $12.75 / 10,000 sds $23.00
BASIL, NUFAR HYBRID.
Nepeta Blue Carpet
5864 – 5000 sds $13.50
0310-SD—2500 sds $4.75 / 5000 sds $9.00
CATMINT. (Nepeta mussinii or Nepeta x faassenii.) Blue flowers on 1-foottall plants; likes hot, dry weather. Z 3-9, D, 70º, 5-8 Days. P
1429-SD—5000 sds $6.95 / 10,000 sds $12.50
CATNIP. (Nepeta cataria.) Plants are 2 feet tall and 9 to 24 inches wide. The tea is said to aid digestion. Cats love it. Z 3-8, D, 70º, 5-8 Days. P 0490-SD—10,000 sds $5.50 / 20,000 sds $9.90
5866-SD—5000 sds $4.95
CATNIP BLUE CARPET. Deep violet blue, ½-inch flowers all summer on low, 10-inch spreading mats. Flowers first year from seed. Good for poor soils. Z 5-9, D, 70º, 5-8 Days. P 1433-SD—1000 sds $8.95 / 5000 sds $38.00
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BASIL, VALENTINO. Fragrant, large-leaved variety 15 inches tall and 8 to 12 inches across. Use fresh or dried. D, 70º, 5-8 Days. A
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BASIL, RED RUBIN.The 12-inch-tall, 8- to 10-inch wide habit is full and dense, with large, smooth leaves. The easiest Basil to germinate from seed. A
0305-SD—2500 sds $5.50 / 5000 sds $10.25
0269-SD—2500 sds $5.95 / 5000 sds $10.70 / 10,000 sds $20.25
BASIL, THAI SIAM QUEEN. 1997 AAS WINNER. Superb fragrance and flavor, larger leaves, and thicker stems add up to higher yields. Plants reach 30 to 40 inches tall and can be harvested 4 months or more. D, 70º, 5-8 Days. A
BASIL, PURPLE RUFFLES. AAS WINNER. Deep purple plants 18 to 24 inches high and wide with serrated, crinkled leaves. Attractive in the border and perfect for flavoring. D, 70º, 5-8 Days. A
0281-SD—2500 sds $7.50 / 5000 sds $13.50
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BASIL, MARSEILLE. The most aromatic of all the basils, Marseille has a sweet, delicious taste. It’s dwarf (10 inches high, 8 inches around) with large leaves that form a compact hedge. Plant when risk of frost is over. Grow at 64° F, transplant after 10 days in 4 inch pots. A
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HERBS, Continued CHAMOMILE, ROMAN. (Chamaemelum nobile.) Fragrant foliage important in herbal teas. Creamy white flowers with yellow centers. Makes a great ground cover reaching 8 inches high and spreading 18 inches wide. Z 4-8, L, 55º-72º, 10 Days. Cannot ship to HI. P 0119-SD—10,000 sds $5.75 20,000 sds $10.50
CHIVES. (Allium schoenoprasum.) Onionflavored, cylindrical hollow leaves on plants 1 foot tall, 8 to 12 inches wide. Pale purple to pink flowers. Z 3-9, D, 70º, 7-10 Days. P 0531-SD—10,000 sds $5.50 20,000 sds $10.00 / 50,000 sds $23.50
CHIVES. 5867-SD—5000 sds $4.95 CHIVES, GARLIC OR CHINESE. (Allium tuberosum.) 1½ foot-tall, 8- to 12-inch wide plants with flat, solid, garlic flavored leaves, white flowers. Z 3-9, D, 68º-70º, 10 Days. P 0545-SD—5000 sds $3.95 10,000 sds $7.00 / 50,000 sds $29.50
CILANTRO. (CORIANDER) LONG STANDING. 24”. Use foliage or seeds.
5868-SD—5000 sds $6.95
CILANTRO OR CORIANDER. (Coriandrum sativum.) White seed (Coriander) used in confections and pickling. Young leaves (Cilantro) are used in Mexican and Asian cooking. Plant is 2 to 3 feet tall, 4 to 12 inches wide DL, 65º-79º, 7-10 Days. A
0600-SD—5000 sds $3.95 10,000 sds $7.00 / 50,000 sds $29.50
CILANTRO, SANTO. A selected strain that’s slow to flower, with an upright 2-foot habit and finely cut leaves. DL, 65º-70º, 7-10 Days. A
0602-SD—5000 sds $3.95 10,000 sds $7.10 / 50,000 sds $30.80
DILL, BOUQUET. 30” Easy to grow; selected for flavorful and uniform foliage.
5869-SD—5000 sds $2.95
DILL. (Anethum graveolens.) Yellow flowers on plants 3 feet tall and 6 to 12 inches wide. Seeds and leaves used for pickling. L, 65º-70º, 5-8 Days. A 0772-SD—50,000 sds $5.25 100,000 sds $9.50
LAVENDER ORIGANO. (L. multifida.) Lacy, gray-green foliage has an oregano scent. Uniform from seed and flowers in 3 months. Plants reach 20-24 inches tall and produce showy purple flowers. Z 8-10. TP 1216-SD—1000 sds $12.95 2000 sds $23.50
LAVENDER HIDCOTE. Both the purple-blue flowers and silver-green foliage are aromatic on plants 1 foot high by 1½ feet wide. Z 6-9, L, 65º-75º, 14-21 Days. P 1140-SD—1000 sds $12.95 2000 sds $23.50 / 5000 sds $55.00
LAVENDER LADY. AAS WINNER. (L. angustifolia.) Flowers in 90 days; can be grown as an annual. Uniform, dwarf habit — 8 to 10 inches tall, 10 inches wide. Z 6-9, L, 65º-70º, 14-21 Days. P
1136-SD—1000 sds $18.95 2000 sds $34.00 / 5000 sds $80.50
LAVENDER MUNSTEAD STRAIN. (L. angustifolia.) Mounded, bushy habit, 18 inches tall and 12 inches wide, with fragrant purple flowers. Z 5-9, L, 65º-75º, 14-21 Days. P 1137-SD—2500 sds $4.50 5000 sds $8.00 / 10,000 sds $15.50 50,000 sds $63.00
LEMON GRASS. (Cymbopogon citratus.) Fresh lemon flavor is popular in Asian and Caribbean cuisine. Its grassy leaves are used in teas, beverages, soups and other dishes. Reaches up to 6 feet tall by 4 feet wide at maturity. Hardy zones 10-11, but also a decent houseplant. TP 0632-SD—1000 sds $1.95 2000 sds $3.60 / 5000 sds $8.25
MARJORAM, SWEET. (Origanum majorana.) Purple spikes on plants 2 feet tall and 1½ feet wide. Used to flavor meat and eggs in Italian and Greek cooking. L, 70º, 4-8 Days. A 1325-SD—50,000 sds $3.95 100,000 sds $7.00
OREGANO. (Origanum vulgare.) Plants grow 18 inches high and wide with aromatic pubescent leaves used to flavor Italian dishes. Z 5-10, D, 70º, 4-8 Days. P
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3580-SD—5000 sds $3.95 10,000 sds $7.00 / 50,000 sds $29.50
1122-SD—250 sds $10.75 / 500 sds $19.35 1000 sds $36.55
P 1523-SD—5000 sds $3.95 10,000 sds $7.00 / 50,000 sds $29.50
(L. angustifolia.) Vibrant flowers on showy spikes the first year from seed. Plants are well-branched and vigorous. Reaches 12-14 inches tall. Zones 5-7 P
LAVENDER ENGLISH. Improved APEX seed! (30% more young plants, 80% minimum germination in soil.) (Lavandula angustifolia or L. vera.) 1½ feet with flower; 10- to 12-inch plant; lilac flowers and ornamental blue-gray leaves. Dry for sachets. Z 6-9, L, 65º-75º, 14-21 Days. P 1138-SD—5000 sds $3.95 10,000 sds $7.00 / 50,000 sds $29.50
OREGANO, GREEK. (Origanum vulgare hirtum.) 18 inches high and wide, used for Italian cooking. Excellent flavor. Z 5-10, D, 70º, 4-8 Days.
PARSLEY FAVORIT. (Petroselinum crispum.) Double curled leaves are erect on compact, vigorous plants. Use for fresh market production. D, 70º, 15-20 Days. A
PARSLEY ITALIAN PLAIN LEAF. (Petroselinum crispum.) 12-inch plants with flat, dark green leaves of particularly pronounced flavor. D, 70º, 15-20 Days. A
5636-SD—50,000 sds $3.95 100,000 sds $7.00
PARSLEY ITALIAN PLAIN LEAF. 5877-SD—10,000 sds $2.95
PENNYROYAL. (Mentha pulegium.) 4 to 16 inches tall, used to flavor sausages and to scent potpourris and soaps. Z 6-9, L, 70º-75º, 15 Days. P 1556-SD—10,000 sds $6.95 50,000 sds $29.50
PEPPERMINT. (Mentha x piperita.) Used in flavoring peppermint candies and teas, plants reach 3 feet tall. Z 4-9, L, 70º-75º, 12 Days. P 1347-SD—5000 sds $6.95 10,000 sds $12.50 / 50,000 sds $50.00
SAGE. (Salvia officinalis.) 2 to 2½ feet tall, 3 feet wide, full sun and dry soil. Gray-green foliage and small ½-inch lavender-blue blooms. Z 5-8, D, 70º, 6-10 Days. P 1793-SD—2500 sds $6.95 5000 sds $12.50
SPEARMINT. (Mentha spicata.) This refreshingly-scented, spreading 3-foot perennial is good for teas, sauces, jellies, sweets and garnish. Z 4-9, L, 70º-75º, 12 Days. P 1348-SD—5000 sds $2.95 10,000 sds $5.50 / 50,000 sds $21.50
STEVIA - SWEET HERB. Sells Like Hotcakes to Our Retail Customers! (S. rebaudiana.) An alternative to artificial sweeteners, Stevia is 20 to 30 times sweeter than sugar cane! Surface sow seeds from January on at 68°-72°F. Grow under bright light in light soil with good drainage. Do not overwater. If placing plants outdoors, bring in when temperature drops below 52°F. 1 foot tall and 1½ feet wide. H: 1”. Z 10-11, L, 68º-72º, 15 Days. T P
5942-SD—100 sds $13.75 500 sd $58.45 / 1000 sds $107.25
THYME, ENGLISH. (Thymus vulgaris.) 1- to 1½-foot tall and 2-foot wide plants commonly used as seasoning, fresh or dried. Retains flavor well. Z 4-8, D, 70º, 3-6 Days. P 2015-SD—25,000 sds $2.95 50,000 sds $5.50 / 100,000 sds $10.00
THYME, MOTHER OF. (Thymus serpyllum.) Creeping plants ½ to 3 inches tall and 3 feet wide, with aromatic foliage and ¹/8- to 3/8 inch purple flowers. Z 5-9, D, 70º, 3-6 Days. P 2016-SD—10,000 sds $6.95 20,000 sds $12.50 / 50,000 sds $29.50
5216-SD—10,000 sds $6.95 50,000 sds $29.50
PARSLEY KRAUSA. (Petroselinum crispum.) Triple-curled leaf with dense, beautiful dark green leaves on strong stalks. Rapid regrowth. D, 70º, 15-20 Days. A 5213-SD—10,000 sds $3.95 50,000 sds $16.75
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JERSEY KNIGHT HYBRID. 99.5% male seeds bear top-size, purpletipped spears, 5/8-inch thick with 2 to 4 times the yield of older strains. Highly rust-resistant and tolerant of Fusarium, Crown and Root Rot. 5005-SD—100 sds $9.95 / 250 sds $22.90 / 500 sds $42.30
BEAN HYACINTH COOL
Asparagus Jersey Knight
LABLAB. purpureus. Purple stems, flowers and 5-inch pods appear together all summer long! Prized in Asian cuisine, the edible young pods are a colorful addition to your favorite dish. Grow this vine like a pole bean. 5234-SD—100 sds $4.95 / 250 sds $11.40 / 500 sds $21.05
Sow 4 to 6 weeks before sales time. Offer in packs in early spring and again in July. Days indicate time to maturity from transplanting.
Broccoli Coronado Crown
CORONADO CROWN. 59 days. Thrives in all parts of the country, even where other Broccoli is not successful! Crown-cut broccoli (‘florets’) is very popular with consumers, and this variety does not have the thick, fibrous stalks of other types- just tight, high domed heads 6- to 8-inches across. Excellent holding ability at harvest time. Plant reaches 18- to 24-inches high and wide. 5054-SD—500 sds $6.95 / 1000 sds $12.50
PACKMAN HYBRID. 48 days. Early, very uniform production. Domed, medium-beaded 8- to 12-inch heads rise above the plant for easy harvest. Great side-shoot production. Holds up in hot weather. 5056-SD—500 sds $6.95 / 1000 sds $12.50 / 5000 sds $54.20
Bean Hyacinth Lablab
PREMIUM CROP HYBRID. 58 days. Large, firm 6- to 7-inch heads with small, smooth beads and tender stems. 5055-SD—500 sds $4.95 / 1000 sds $8.90 / 5000 sds $38.60
Broccoli Premium Crop
BRUSSELS SPROUTS COOL
DIABLO HYBRID. Tasty and Easy to Pick! Bursting with tendersweet flavor, the 1- to 2-inch buds on this upright yellow-resistant plant may be the tastiest sprouts you’ve ever eaten! The buds all mature at the same time, and break off easily when ready to harvest. 5052-SD—250 sds $8.75 / 500 sds $15.75 / 1000 sds $29.75
Brussels Sprouts Diablo Hybrid
Sow 5 to 7 weeks before sale. Grow on at 60°F, then harden off a week before sale. Sell in packs in spring and in late July. Days to maturity are from transplanting.
5066-SD—500 sds $7.95 / 1000 sds $14.30 / 5000 sds $62.00
new GONZALES HYBRID. 55 days. Tight, 6-inch-diameter heads
that weigh about 1 pound and hold well on the plant after harvest time. Good resistance to splitting. 5535-SD—500 sds $7.95 / 1000 sds $14.30 / 5000 sds $62.00
new RED EXPRESS. 53 days. Early and adaptable, this open-polli-
nated purple-red cabbage produces dense oval heads weighing 2 to 3 pounds. 5102-SD—1000 sds $1.95 / 5000 sds $8.30
Cabbage Cairo 102
Cabbage Ruby Perfection
RUBY PERFECTION HYBRID. 80 days. Deep red, round heads weigh 3½ pounds. Strong cold resistance makes it excellent for winter harvest — great heat resistance, too! 5734-SD—500 sds $4.95 / 1000 sds $8.90 / 5000 sds $38.60
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CAIRO HYBRID. 85 days. These round 3- to 6-pound (8-inch) heads are deep burgundy, with tightly-packed leaves, great wrapper-leaf protection, and terrific plate appeal. Superb mild flavor and crunchy texture on 24-inch-high, 20-inch-wide plants resistant to Fusarium and Black Rot.
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CABBAGE, Continued TROPIC GIANT HYBRID. 72 days. Round 1 foot heads are slightly flat — often more than 15 pounds! Produces in spring, summer and fall. Frost-tolerant and vigorous. 5729-SD—1000 sds $8.95 2000 sds $16.10 / 5000 sds $38.05
BOBCAT HYBRID. 80 days. This bluegreen beauty is great for shipping, fresh market, or slaw production. It has very good taste, holds well in the field and is highly resistant to diseases. The round heads are dense and weigh 4-6 pounds. 5570-SD—1000 sds $5.95 2000 sds $10.70 / 5000 sds $25.30
CHINESE CABBAGE KABOKO HYBRID. 59 days. Kaboko is resistant to Fusarium Yellows and tolerant of Tip Burn and can be harvested throughout the season. Best grown as a fall crop, heads reach about 16 by 12 inches and are extra sweet. (Not pictured.) 5837-SD—500 sds $7.95 1000 sds $14.30
Start in packs 4 to 5 weeks before sales. Grow on at 60°F. Sell in spring and again in late July. Days to maturity are from transplanting. AMAZING. 75 days. Terrific holding ability means you can plant all you want of this vigorous variety and never worry about rushing to sell! Bright, dense finelytextured heads spread 10 inches across, protected by their self-wrapping leaves. 5730-SD—500 sds $7.95 1000 sds $14.30 / 5000 sds $62.00
CHAMPION. 60 days. An improved Vates selection. Large, dark green, cabbage-like leaves retain eating quality up to 2 weeks longer. Compact plants have increased bolt resistance and enhanced winter hardiness. (Not pictured.)
5566-SD—1000 sds $2.25 5000 sds $9.55
Cabbage Tropic Giant
MIRAI. The “taste of the future”, this corn variety captured the Japanese market and is now becoming known in the U.S. Ears are 7 to 8 inches long with good tip fill. Resistant to Stewart’s Wilt and common rust. Requires isolation from other corn varieties except other super sweet varieties. Must be hand harvested due to tender kernels.
5539-SD—Mirai 131Y. Yellow. 71 days. 5538-SD—Mirai 301BC. Bicolor. 76 days. 5590-SD—Mirai 421. White. 72 days. Either CORN above, each: 1000 sds $12.95 / 2000 sds $23.30 5000 sds $55.05
Cabbage Bobcat Cauliflower Amazing
AMBROSIA. 75 days. Plants grow 6½ feet tall with early vigor; ears are 8 inches long and 2 inches in diameter, with about 16 rows of plump kernels. Tolerant of Stewart’s Wilt. 5091-SD—1 lb $19.95 5 lbs $84.80 / 10 lbs $155.60
SUGAR BUNS. 72 days. Very sweet, each 5 to 7-inch ear bears 14 rows of mouth-watering yellow kernels. One bite will make you a believer!
5112-SD—1 lb $19.95 5 lbs $84.80 / 10 lbs $155.60
Cauliflower Snow Crown
SNOW CROWN HYBRID. 70 days. Pure white, round, smooth 6- to 7-inch heads weigh more than 2 lbs. Excellent quality! Vigorous uniform plants. 5079-SD—500 sds $7.95 1000 sds $14.30 / 5000 sds $62.00
CHEDDAR HYBRID. Colorful and Extra-Healthy! 75 days. The brilliant orange of this Cauliflower comes from its beta carotene content — 25 times higher than white varieties and SO nutritious! Keeping its color even after cooking. Cheddar is a treat for eye and plate, arising in big, heavy 4- to 7-inch heads. Keep heads untied for best color! 5085-SD—100 sds $15.50 250 sds $35.65 / 500 sds $65.90
Corn Sugar Buns
Corn Mirai 131Y
Corn Mirai 301BC
Corn Mirai 421
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CUCUMBER Warm D 72° 7-10 days Sow 4 weeks before sale. Disease-resistance code: Scab – Cucumber scab, ANTH – Anthracnose, ALS – Angular Leaf Spot, TLS – Target Leaf Spot, DM – Downy Mildew, PM – Powdery Mildew, CMV – Cucumber Mosaic Virus, WMV – Watermelon Mosaic Virus.
Park’s All-Season Burpless
PARK’S ALL-SEASON BURPLESS HYBRID - A Park Exclusive! 50 days. Sets fruit 10 days earlier with crispy 81/2- by 11/2-inch fruits with a non-bitter, small seed cavity. If not pollinated, fruits are seedless; if pollinated, a few under-developed seeds may appear. Highly resistant to PM, DM, Scab and CMV. 5129-SD—100 sds $22.25 200 sds $40.05 / 500 sds $94.55 1000 sds $173.55
DIVA HYBRID. 2002 AAS Winner. 58 days. Its enormous yields and incredible flavor impressed the AAS judges, and you’ll love how easy it is to grow. It needs no pollinator to flower and fruits heavily, setting medium dark green cukes 6 to 8 inches long. Sweet and burpless, they have a satisfying crisp bite. The vines spread 5 to 6 feet, demonstrating good tolerance of PM, DM, and ALS, plus total resistance to Scab. 5516-SD—250 sds $12.95 500 sds $23.30 / 1000 sds $44.00
BUSH PICKLE HYBRID. A Park Space-Saver. 45 days. Bush habit, 3 to 4 feet across, with short internodes, bears 4-inch fruits within a concentrated period for easy processing.
5593-SD—500 sds $6.95 1000 sds $12.50 / 5000 sds $54.20
TASTY GREEN HYBRID. 62 days. This 12-inch burpless favorite is crisp and juicy, delicious even for those who say “I like cucumbers but they don’t like me.” Resistant to PM and tolerant to DM.
5110-SD—250 sds $7.95 500 sds $14.30 / 1000 sds $27.05
MARKETMORE SELECT. 68 days. A smooth, straight slicer with thin, dark green skin and good yields. Also shows good resistance to Scab, Cucumber Mosaic Virus, and Downy and Powdery Mildew. Harvest at 8-9 inches long. (Not pictured)
5847-SD—500 sds $3.95 1000 sds $7.10
TANJA. Heavy Yields of Slender, Bitterfree Cukes! 60 days. A gourmet treat, this completely bitter free cuke sets 13½-inch fruits with very dark skin and tender flesh. Suitable for gardens or coldframes, it is a reliably heavy producer. 5553-SD— 500 sds $7.95 1000 sds $14.30 / 5000 sds $62.00
SALAD BUSH HYBRID. 57 days. Dark green, cylindrical, 8-inch fruits on bushy plants only 2 to 3 feet wide. Perfect for limited space gardens. Tolerant of PM, DM, TLS, CMV and Scab.
5596-SD—100 sds $11.95 / 500 sds $50.80
SWEET-SLICE HYBRID. 63 days. Sweet, burpless and free of bitterness. 10- to 12-inch fruits require no peeling. 5128-SD—250 sds $11.95 500 sds $21.50 / 1000 sds $40.65
SWEET SUCCESS HYBRID. 54 days. Slender, thinskinned 14-inch fruit is flavorful, seedless and burpless. No pollination needed! (A few under-developed seeds may appear if pollinated) Resistant to CMV, Scab, TLS.
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FAIRY TALE HYBRID. 2005 AAS Winner. 50 days. Ideal ornamental edible, this dwarf sets lavender purple blossoms and clusters of 2 to 4 white-striped lavender fruits. Just 18 to 24-inches high and wide, it’s perfect for containers as well as the garden, with a tender-sweet gourmet flavor and not a trace of bitterness. Pick it young (4 inches long) for peak flavor. 5136-SD—250 sds $18.95 500 sds $34.10 1000 sds $64.45
GRETEL HYBRID. 55 days. 2009 AAS Winner. A uniquely non-bitter, finger-sized white eggplant. The 3 to 4-inch fruits are born in clusters on petite plants reaching merely 3 feet tall and wide. Perfect for containers. 5225-SD—100 sds $10.95 250 sds $25.20 500 sds $46.55
HANSEL HYBRID. 55 days. This 2008 AAS Winner is an earlier, more prolific version of similar OP varieties with up to four times the yield! The tender, non- bitter fruits are dark, glossy purple and can be harvested from 2-10 inches in length. Plants are compact and reach less than 3 feet tall. 5223-SD—250 sds $26.95 500 sds $48.50 1000 sds $91.65
PARK’S WHOPPER™ HYBRID A Park Exclusive! 62 days. The highest-yielding oval-type, bearing 30 to 50% more mild, near-black fruit than open-pollinated types. TMV-resistant 30-inch plants. 5135-SD—500 sds $6.95 1000 sds $12.50 5000 sds $52.00
GREEN ICE. 45 days. Distinctly different. Extra crisp, with attractive midgreen, savoyed leaves, it withstands heat and is very late to go to seed, extending the harvest well into summer. 5158-SD—2000 sds $1.95 5000 sds $4.50
GREEN TOWERS HYBRID. 60 days. Mild flavor, attractive semisavoyed texture, adaptability, and dense habit! Thrives equally well in hot, dry weather or cool, moist climates. Suitable for spring or fall crops, the 8- to 12-inch heads are deep grayish-green and packed with flavor. PVP #8600135.
Eggplant Fairy Tale
Eggplant Park’s Whopper™
Lettuce Green Towers
Lettuce Green Ice
5182-SD—2000 sds $4.25 5000 sds $9.80
MAJESTY HYBRID. 50 days. The darkest red lollo rossa type we’ve ever grown, with great uniformity, crisp texture, and succulent flavor. Seeds are easier to germ than most others, too! Perfect for a kitchen garden or the annual flower bed as well as the veggie garden! 5132-SD—2000 sds $3.95 5000 sds $9.10
CALMAR. 75 days. The best iceberg for heat tolerance. The large firm heads fill quickly and are well closed at the base. 5187-SD—2000 sds $2.95 5000 sds $6.95
MUSTARD GREENS COOL
Sow seed outdoors in early spring in full sun. For fall crop, sow 6 to 8 weeks before first fall frost. Sow 1 to 2 inches apart, in rows 15 inches apart. RED GIANT. Plant with Pansies! 40 days. Mature plants are pretty enough for the cool season annual flower garden, with brilliant maroon leaves reaching 12 to 16 inches. Sell baby greens at just 20 days for tender flavor. 5619-SD—1000 sds $3.95 5000 sds $16.80
SAVANNA HYBRID. 20 days. Exceptionally early, uniform, and productive, with large, thick, deep green leaves of delicious mild flavor. Holds much longer in the garden than openpollinated types. Frost-hardy. 5618-SD—1000 sds $2.25 5000 sds $9.55
KOSSAK HYBRID. 85 days. Giant 8- to 10-inch bulbs taste even better than small varieties! Bulbs are round and flattish with the texture of water chestnuts. 5779-SD—250 sds $6.95 500 sds $12.50 1000 sds $23.65
Mustard Red Giant call 1-800-845-3366 / fax 1-800-209-0360
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Start 2 to 3 weeks before sale time, sowing directly in Jiffy-Pots. AMBROSIA HYBRID. 86 days. Sweet orange flesh and consistently high yields under a wide range of conditions. Ideal for fresh market. 5178-SD—250 sds $26.95 / 500 sds $48.50 / 1000 sds $91.60
LAMBKIN HYBRID. 2009 AAS Winner. 70 days. Oval shaped fruits with yellow skin and green mottling. White flesh is sweet and aromatic. Fruit is gourmet quality. 5519-SD—100 sds $9.95 / 250 sds $22.80 / 500 sds $42.30
Melon Hales Best
Melon Scoop II
PARK’S WHOPPER™ HYBRID - A Park Exclusive! Whopping Size, Whopping Flavor — In Less Time than Ever! 77 days. 7- to 9-pound melons with great firmness and taste even in short-season areas! Bears plenty of 7½ to 9-inch, open-netted melons with peachy-orange flesh. 7½ to 9 inches in diameter, they are Whoppers in size, flavor, and harvest speed. Vigorous plants are resistant to fusarium races 0, 1, and 2, as well as powdery mildew races 1 and 2. 5525-SD—100 sds $9.75 / 250 sds $22.45 / 500 sds $41.40 1000 sds $76.05
HALES BEST. 86 days. This heirloom variety bears 5-6 pound fruits with sweet flavor. The thick salmon-orange flesh boasts good texture and a small seed cavity. 5843-SD—500 sds $9.50 / 1000 sds $17.10
SCOOP II HYBRID - A Park Exclusive! 69 days. Extra-early 5½- to 6-inch fruits have high sugar content and wonderful fragrance, plus thick salmon flesh and a small seed cavity. Highly disease-resistant. 5070-SD—250 sds $11.95 / 500 sds $21.50 / 1000 sds $40.65
new COURIER. 85 days. A very disease resistant Galia type, with good yields of 5 ½ inch fruit. The flesh is green and very sweet.
5498-SD—100 sds $6.95 / 250 sds $16.00 / 500 sds $29.55
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CANDY HYBRID. 135 days. Earlier, larger, and more flavorful than most “long-” or “short-day” varieties, these “mid-day” onions are delicious. No matter where you live, you can grow these huge, savory yellow onions, with thick flesh and a delicious sharp-and-sweet flavor. And they store for months—if you can resist them that long! 5210-SD—1000 sds $7.95 / 5000 sds $33.80
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CLEMSON SPINELESS 80. 56 days. Extra-long, very meaty pods of dark green. The grooved, straight pods reach 7 to 9 inches long, with a full-bodied flavor. Easier to harvest without spines. 5195-SD—1000 sds $1.95 / 5000 sds $8.30
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CARIBBEAN RED. 110 days. Thought to be one of the hottest peppers available, these wrinkled, red-ripe fruits should be handled with caution. They can be used green (70 days) although they’ll be sweeter if allowed to ripen. Fruits are 1 inch across on plants reaching up to 36 inches tall.
5632-SD—100 sds $2.25 250 sds $5.20 / 500 sds $9.55 1000 sds $17.55
CAYENNE LONG RED SLIM. 72 days. Bright red fruits are often curled and easily dried. 50,000 Scovilles. 5255-SD—2500 sds $3.95 5000 sds $7.10 10,000 sds $13.45 20,000 sds $25.30
EARLY JALAPENO. 65 days. Early, continuous production of dark green, thick, cone shaped fruits measuring 3-4 inches long. (not pictured).
5856-SD—500 sds $3.50 1000 sds $6.30
FOOLED YOU HYBRID. 65 days. Bred for jalapeno flavor without the heat! High-yielding, it bears 31/4-inch thick-walled fruits maturing from green to red. Plants reach 27 inches tall and 18 inches wide. Great for roadside sales. 5263-SD—100 sds $7.25 500 sds $30.80 1000 sds $56.55
SUPER CHILI HYBRID. AAS WINNER. 75 days. The first hybrid chili pepper, bred for compact, 15-inch plants laden with 2½-inch, conical fruits, reaching 37,500 Scovilles, maturing from green to orange to red. For spicy cuisine and as an ornamental.
5621-SD—100 sds $6.25 250 sds $14.40 / 500 sds $26.55 1000 sds $48.75
HABANERO. 90 days. Among the hottest peppers available anywhere, reaching up to 215,000 Scovilles! It matures from silvery green to bright orange.
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5641-SD—250 sds $1.95 500 sds $3.50 / 1000 sds $6.25
JALAPENO M. 75 days. Continuous production of thick, pungent, 3½-inch fruit reaching 4750 Scovilles on 26-inch plants. 5259-SD—2500 sds $5.25 5000 sds $9.45 / 10,000 sds $17.85
MUCHO NACHO HYBRID. 68 days. This jumbo 4-inch pepper is ideal for stuffing, pickling, or serving fresh. Much heavier and fatter than others, it packs extra thick-walled, juicy goodness into every fruit.
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5268-SD—100 sds $13.75 250 sds $31.65 / 500 sds $58.40 1000 sds $107.25
SAHUARO HYBRID. 68 days. Gardeners who have grown to love Big Chile will love Sahuaro. The plant is strong and hardy, offering improved leaf coverage. Sahuaro (like Big Chile) offers impressive yields; and large fruit size. The thick walled fruit are light green and reach up to 9 inches long with just a little heat at about 500 scoville units. Resistant to PMMV. 5241-SD—100 sds $12.95 250 sds $29.80 / 500 sds $55.05
TIBURON HYBRID. 65 days. Hugely popular for Southwestern/ Latin cuisine (great for stuffing), this Poblano-style pepper produces very large, 7 inch, dark green fruit that can be dried successfully. TMV and bacterial spot resistant.
5258-SD—100 sds $9.95 250 sds $22.90 / 500 sds $42.30 1000 sds $77.60
new PINOCCHIO HYBRID.
70 days. Slender, hot chiles reach 10 inches long. Fruits mature from medium green, to deep red. Plants are prolific and shrubby.
5657-SD—100 sds $8.95 500 sds $38.00 / 1000 sds $69.80
HOLY MOLE HYBRID. 2007 AAS WINNER. 85 days. With better disease
resistance and an improved yield this is the Pasilla pepper of choice! The 6-8 inch long chocolate brown peppers are mildly hot at about 700 Scovilles.
5633-SD—100 sds $9.95 250 sds $22.90 / 500 sds $42.30 1000 sds $77.60
HUNGARIAN WAX. 70 days. Excellent to sell fresh or pickled, these thick-walled, pendant fruits are smooth and tapered. 6-inch fruits are yellow, turning red if left on the plant. High yields on uniform, upright plants. (not pictured). 5838-SD—500 sds $3.50 1000 sds $6.30
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BELL BOY HYBRID. AAS WINNER. (TMV.) 71 days. Fruit is medium long, 4½- by 3½-inch, thick-walled and 4-lobed. Starts green and ripens to bright red. Plants are 20 to 24 inches tall.
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5251-SD—100 sds $5.75 250 sds $13.25 / 500 sds $24.40 1000 sds $44.85
BIG BERTHA PS HYBRID. (TMV.) 72 days. Huge, thick-walled, elongated fruits,
6 to 7 inches long, 4 inches across; dark green and tender. Vigorous, 25- to 30-inch plants bear heavily.
5644-SD—100 sds $7.95 250 sds $18.30 / 500 sds $33.80 1000 sds $62.00
CALIFORNIA WONDER. 75 days. Dark green, glossy fruits are smooth, 4-lobed and measure 4-by 4 inches; flesh is thick, sweet, and mild. Fruits ripen to dark red. This is also a good variety for colder climates where other bell peppers don’t perform as well. 5253-SD—2500 sds $2.95 5000 sds $5.30 / 10,000 sds $10.05 20,000 sds $18.90 / 50,000 sds $41.30
5844-SD—500 sds $2.95 1000 sds $5.30
COLOSSAL HYBRID. A Huge Blocky Bell! 68 days. 4 to 5 inches across and 5 to 5½ inches long, this thick-walled mid-todark green bell has plenty of crunch and no aftertaste. Plants set uniform, well-shaped fruit continuously in midseason. 5704-SD—100 sds $6.50 500 sds $27.65 / 1000 sds $50.70
EARLY SUNSATION HYBRID. (BSt1,2,3.) 70 days. Bells are 4½ inches long by 4 inches wide, maturing early to a bright, sunny yellow on 24-inch plants. Sweet, smoothskinned, heavy fruit that almost glows!
5694-SD—100 sds $10.75 250 sds $24.75 / 500 sds $45.70 1000 sds $83.85
FLAVORBURST HYBRID. 75 days. Aptly named, since at maturity the thick-walled golden fruits have an intensely fresh and fruity flavor and crisp flesh. The heavy yielding plants produce big blocky fruits that start off a beautiful lime-green. 5257-SD—100 sds $9.50 250 sds $21.85 / 500 sds $40.40
GOLDEN SUMMER HYBRID. (TMV.) 71 days. Uniform, 3- to 4-lobed fruit, 4 inches long by 3½ inches wide, with very thick walls. Mild, sweet lime-green fruits mature to golden. 24- to 28-inch tall plants. Provide cover to protect fruit from sunscald. 5265-SD—100 sds $6.75 250 sds $15.55 / 500 sds $28.70 1000 sds $52.65
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LINEBACKER HYBRID. 70 days. A Park Exclusive. Thickwalled 4-5 inch green bells are massive with great taste and holding ability. Plants are compact and heat tolerant.
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5735-SD—100 sds $14.95 / 250 sds $34.40 500 sds $63.55
PARK’S EARLY THICKSET HYBRID - A Park Exclusive! Our Early-Season Favorite — Superb Flavor! (TMV.) 50 days. Smooth, sweet 41/2- by 31/2-inch, thick-walled fruits set uniformly in clusters of 12 or more (even in cool weather!), protected by foliage from sunscald. Widely-adapted, compact 20- to 24-inch plants are sturdy and vigorous. 5647-SD—100 sds $3.95 / 250 sds $9.10 500 sds $16.80 / 1000 sds $30.80 / 2000 sds $55.30 5000 sds $126.40
REDSKIN HYBRID. 70 days. A Patio Vegetable reaching only 8-to 10-inches in height in pot or 12-to 16-inches in the garden. The sweet red bell peppers are 4-to 5-inches long. Produce 4 inch pots in 6 weeks. The upright yet compact habit is perfect for those with limited space and those who container garden.
5640-SD—100 sds $17.95 / 250 sds $41.30 500 sds $76.30
RED KNIGHT X3R HYBRID. (BSt1-3, PVY0) 65-70 days. For the biggest, blockiest, juiciest bells, rely on Red Knight! These 3- to 4-walled fruits measure 41/2 inches high and wide, with top-quality appearance and flavor. Highly disease-resistant plants deliver heavy yields. 5248-SD—100 sds $13.25 250 sds $30.50 500 sds $56.30 1000 sds $103.35
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SWEET RAINBOW BLEND - A Park Exclusive! A Rainbow of Sweet Bells to Boost Your Margin! 65 to 70 days. Blend of bells in a full range of colors without sowing these 7 varieties separately! Blend contains 5 top-quality, vigorous hybrids of red to green, yellow, chocolate, lilac and ivory, plus 2 open-pollinated varieties, orange and purple.
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SWEET PEPPERS GYPSY HYBRID. (TMV.) 62 days. Productive (up to 18 fruits at once!), 20-inch plants bear 3-lobed, wedge-shaped 3- to 4-inch, pale green fruit maturing to orange-red. 5645-SD—100 sds $6.95 250 sds $16.00 / 500 sds $29.55 1000 sds $54.20
PARK’S ORANGESICLE HYBRID. 70 days.
A Park Exclusive! Beautiful tapered, uniform
fruits are 4-6 inches long and ripen a vibrant orange. Perfect for roadside stands as the attractive peppers are bright and smooth with thick walls and crisp flesh. Plants are average to compact in size and very productive.
5736-SD—100 sds $15.95 250 sds $36.70 / 500 sds $67.80
new SWEET SPOT X3R. Ideal for
Humid, Rainy Climates! 71 days. The first Banana Pepper resistant to all 3 races of Bacterial Spot, this sweet variety offers huge yields of meatier, thicker-walled, more substantial peppers! Expect 35 fruits from a single plant at the height of the season, each 8 inches long and about 2 inches wide at the shoulder. No hint of “heat” in these mild, delectable peppers! Pick yellow or allow to get extra-sweet when they turn red.
days. You will love this classic Hungarian Pepper, matures to bright scarlet, 6 inches long, and packed with mild, sweet flavor. Great in salads or pickled, it’s very nutritious. Huge yields!
5783-SD—1000 sds $1.95 2000 sds $3.50 / 5000 sds $8.30
ATRIS HYBRID. Giant, Flavor-Packed, and Super-Sweet! 65 days. Here’s the pepper for folks who just can’t get enough of the succulent, sweet, crunchy goodness of this vegetable. The horn-shaped fruit is 9 inches long and quite heavy, boasting thick walls just perfect for stuffing. Given the prized Award of Garden Merit by the Royal Horticulture Society, this pepper is vigorous and very heavy-yielding. 5765-SD—100 sds $12.95 250 sds $29.80 / 500 sds $55.05
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SWEET PICKLE. 65 days. 12 to 15-inch plants are covered with dense clusters of thick-walled, sweet, 2-inch tapered fruits in a kaleidoscope of colors — yellow, orange, red, and purple, all on the plant at the same time. Perfect for pickled peppers. 5648-SD—250 sds $3.95 500 sds $7.10 / 1000 sds $13.45
BELLE. 2010 AAS WINNER. 61 days. Compact plants produce prolific crops of 2-3-inch orange-red mini-bells. The fruits are savory sweet with just a hint of spice. Great for containers, the plants reach only 24 inches tall. 5627-SD—100 sds $14.95 500 sds $63.55 / 1000 sds $116.60
new CORNO DI TORO. 75 days.
Heirloom. This delicious old-time Italian sweet frying pepper is named “bull’s horn” for its distinctive shape. Huge 8-inch fruits mature to dark red.
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ORNAMENTAL PEPPERS WARM L 72° 10-14 days (Capsicum annum.) For pots, sow and lightly cover, 15 weeks before sales date; for bedding packs, sow 8 weeks prior. Germinate at 72°F (nighttime above 60°) and grow on at 60°-65°. Fertilize weekly. For pot plant sales, transplant into 2¼-inch pots, then to 4-inch pots. Pinch twice. Fruits are nontoxic and safe. BLACK PEARL. 2006 AAS WINNER. The first completely black-leafed ornamental pepper. A great choice for mixed containers, or background plants. Foliage turns from greenish to glossy black with maturity, aided by high light and heat. Shiny black fruit matures dark red — very hot to the taste. 14 to 18 inches high, spreading 12 to 16 inches. 3953-SD—100 sds $18.95 / 250 sds $43.60 500 sds $80.55 CHILLY CHILI HYBRID. 2002 AAS AWARD
WINNER. PPAF. Non-pungent 2- to 2½-inch peppers
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mature from chartreuse to orange to red, with all 3 present at once on 9- to 10-inch high and 13- to 14-inch wide plants. F1 vigor allows plants to be used in cooler climates. 4½- to 6-inch pots are ready for sales 15 to 19 weeks from sowing.
3972-SD—100 sds $15.50 / 250 sds $35.65 500 sds $65.90 / 1000 sds $120.90
EXPLOSIVE. Three varieties each with a unique, versatile habit and hot 1-inch peppers all well-suited for bedding and landscape growth. Grow in packs, 6-inch pots or combos. 3984-SD—Blast. Yellow and red fruit. 5 inches tall, 6 to 8 inches wide. 3987-SD—Ember. Purple foliage, flowers and stems! 10 to 14 inches tall, 8 to 10 inches wide. Matures to brillant red. 3989-SD—Ignite. Narrow ivory to green to orange fruit on spreading plants 3 to 5 inches tall, 12 to 14 inches wide. (Not pictured.) Any Explosive above, each: 100 sds $16.75 / 250 sds $38.55 500 sds $71.20 / 1000 sds $130.65
GARDA TRICOLORE. Specifically designed for garden use, Garda Tricolore will develop into a strong plant of up to 20 inches diameter and 16 inches in height. The small conical fruits start out deep purple and gradually change via cream into orange and red, providing a long-lasting and colorful display. 51520-SD—100 sds $13.75 / 250 sds $31.65 500 sds $58.45 / 1000 sds $107.25
HOT PURPLE VARIEGATED. Large plants with beautiful, showy, spattered variegation in pale green and cream. They can reach 20 inches high, so they are good to sell in combination with shorter plants like Explosive Ember. 1-inch summer fruits are purple to red, for additional color. 3997-SD—100 sds $13.75 / 250 sds $31.65 500 sds $58.45 / 1000 sds $107.25
MEDUSA. PVP. 6 to 8 inches high and wide, this wellbranched plant bears dozens of narrow 2½-inch peppers that mature from ivory to yellow, orange and crimson! Fruit arises in tangled clusters pointing up and out. Needs no growth regulators. For baskets or 4-inch pots colors up in 14 to 18 weeks (summer/fall) or 20 to 23 weeks (spring). 3974-SD—100 sds $15.50 / 250 sds $35.65 500 sds $65.90 / 1000 sds $120.90
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PURPLE FLASH HYBRID. This elegantly layered, midnight-dark plant stuns with glossy black fruit among its purple-streaked foliage. Standing up effortlessly to heat and drought, it sets masses of super-hot marble-sized peppers, keeping garden or patio lovely for many months.
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SHU HYBRID. This charming dwarf Pepper plant covers itself with merry 1- to 1½-inch peppers that mature from white through all stages of cream, yellow, orange, and finally bright red. For weeks the plant is a rainbow of changing color, the bright fruit is complemented by boldly-splashed foliage.
51523-SD—100 sds $19.95 / 250 sds $45.90 500 sds $84.80 / 1000 sds $155.60
4000-SD—100 sds $24.95 / 250 sds $57.40 500 sds $106.05
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DILL’S ATLANTIC GIANT. Days variable. Developed over several decades by Howard Dill, this variety has borne fruits of nearly 500 pounds. 5702-SD—100 sds $11.95 500 sds $50.80 / 1000 sds $93.20
HOWDEN. 92 days. The best name in pumpkins sells itself with richly colored 20to 30-pound globes on heavy-yielding vines. Uniform 13- to 16-inch oblong fruits. 5681-SD—250 sds $6.95 500 sds $12.50 / 1000 sds $23.65
LIL’ PUMPKEMON. 100 days. The most unique little pumpkin for décor! Striped 1-2 lb. fruits are flattened and slightly ribbed. Top yields and easy harvest make this a smart addition to your fall offering. 5676-SD—100 sds $12.95 500 sds $55.05 / 1000 sds $101.00
SORCERER HYBRID. 2002 AAS Winner. 95 days. 15- to 20-pound dark orange fruit with deep green stems are perfect for carving or baking. Compact, semi-vining plants produce huge yields of uniform fruit in less space than ever! 5277-SD—100 sds $7.95 500 sds $33.80 / 1000 sds $62.00
WEE-B-LITTLE. 1999 AAS Winner. 85 days. Perfect 3½-inch, orange globes weigh 8 to 12 ounces. Compact bush plants are superheavy yielders. 5289-SD—250 sds $8.25 500 sds $14.85 / 1000 sds $28.05
RENEGADE. 30 days. Simply the best all-round Spinach, with great adaptability, early maturity, heavy yields, and a super-sweet flavor! The dark green, rounded leaves are resistant to Mildew Races 1-7, and arise profusely on compact plants. Great for beginning gardeners and those let down by other Spinach varieties! 5848-SD—1000 sds $2.95 5000 sds $12.55
STRAWBERRY COOL L 65°-70° 30 days FRESCA. Starts bearing 6 weeks earlier than Sweetheart! A dynamite seller in 4-inch pots or baskets, with delicious, 1-inch fruits all summer. Great germination. Sow in January or February; transplant into cells, or from plugs into 4-inch pots. 5352-SD—100 sds $7.95 200 sds $14.30 / 1000 sds $62.00
TEMPTATION. Perfect for hanging baskets or containers, this early, large fruited berry plant yields over a long harvest season. Plants are compact, growing to 10-12” and bear deep red fruits up to 2 inches in size. 5445-SD—100 sds $2.25 200 sds $4.05 / 1000 sds $17.55
SWISS CHARD COOL D 68°-72° 7 days BRIGHT LIGHTS. 1998 AAS Winner. Stalks of yellow, gold, orange, pink, violet, green and stripes, will keep your customers coming back for more. Grows up to 20 inches. For good color distribution, multiple-sow packs 4 to 6 weeks before sale, then successively every 2 to 3 weeks during spring and fall. 5308-SD—1000 sds $7.95 2000 sds $14.30 / 5000 sds $33.80
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SQUASH WARM D 72° 4-10 days Sow directly in Jiffy Pots or 2¼- to 3-inch cells, 2 to 3 weeks before anticipated sales date. CONTENDER HYBRID. 43 days. Huge harvests of 8- to 9-inch fruit with midnight-green skin lightly flecked in gold appear on open-habit, spineless plants. The white flesh is succulent and very flavorful. 5674-SD—250 sds $19.95 500 sds $35.90
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47 days. Expect higher yields through the end of the season. The straight, attractive medium-green fruits reach 7½ to 8½ inches long. Plants have and open, vigorous habit.
5313-SD—250 sds $19.95 500 sds $35.90
EARLY SUMMER CROOKNECK. 58 days. Plants form a compact, space-saving bush 2 feet tall and 3-4 feet wide, and produce high yields of tender fruits ready to harvest at 5-6 inches. 5849-SD—250 sds $10.75 500 sds $19.35 / 1000 sds $36.55
ENTERPRISE HYBRID. 41 days. Slender yellow fruit, 7-to 8 -inches long and 1-to 2-inches wide, has a mild, creamy flavor. A favorite in the south and has great holding ability! 5785-SD—250 sds $10.75 500 sds $19.35 / 1000 sds $36.55 5000 sds $150.50
HORN OF PLENTY HYBRID. 45 days. The best of both worlds -- modern vigor plus vintage appeal. Very heavy yields from robust bush-form plants. Rich squash flavor and good fruit size complete the allaround appeal of this customer favorite. 5797-SD—250 sds $6.50 500 sds $11.70 / 1000 sds $22.10
SQUASH, Cont. ITALIAN HARVEST HYBRID. 50 days. Smooth light and dark green striped fruits typical of the cocozelle type with less pronounced to almost no ridges. Fruits are highly nutritious and reach 10-12 inches long. Powdery mildew tolerant. 5945-SD—100 sds $11.95 250 sds $27.50 / 500 sds $50.80
RAVEN HYBRID. 43 days. Perfect for small space gardens. The deep green, nearly spineless fruits have a wonderful meaty taste. Produces fruit long after other zucchini have stopped.
5303-SD—250 sds $15.95 500 sds $28.70 / 1000 sds $54.25
SPINELESS BEAUTY HYBRID. 43 days. Spineless plant stems translate to less damage during harvest. Open plants provide huge yields of uniform, glossy, 8½-inch x 1½-inch fruit early in the season. 5298-SD—250 sds $11.95 500 sds $27.50 / 1000 sds $40.65
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SUNBURST HYBRID. AAS Winner. 50 days. The first hybrid bright yellow scalloped squash. Fruits are 3 by 2 inches with soft skin and excellent buttery flavor. Prolific yielder. 5295-SD—250 sds $13.25 1000 sds $45.05
WINTER SQUASH EARLY BUTTERNUT HYBRID. AAS Winner. 82 days. 10-to 12-inch tan fruits with a deliciously sweet, nutty flavor are borne on compact, semibush vines. High uniformity with excellent yields. 5296-SD—250 sds $10.75 500 sds $19.35 / 1000 sds $36.55
HONEY BEAR HYBRID. 80 days. 2009 AAS Winner. This small acorn type produces an abundant yield of 1 lb fruits on compact plants. Powdery mildew tolerant. 5685-SD—250 sds $10.95 500 sds $19.70 / 1000 sds $37.25
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Park’s Whopper CR Improved
HOW TO PICK A TOMATOES
If you want: The Highest Solids Compact Plants The Earliest The Best Tasting Heirloom The Most Disease Resistance The Sweetest A Low Acid Taste The Best ‘Non-Red’ Fruit The Most Widely Adaptable The Best Crack-Resistance The Longest Keeping The Most Recognized Name
Then you should try: Park’s Beefy Boy™ - pg. 115 Better Bush - pg. 115 Park’s Season Starter - pg. 115 Brandywine - pg. 120 Big Beef - pg. 119 Supersweet 100 - pg. 122 Pink Girl - pg. 119 Park’s Razzleberry - pg. 117 Celebrity - pg. 117 Mountain Fresh - pg. 117 Marcellino - pg. 123 Park’s Whopper - pg. 114
MAIN SEASON TOMATOES WARM
You serve your customers best by offering the new hybrids, which are resistant or tolerant to Verticillium (V) and Fusarium Wilts (F), Root-knot Nematodes (N), Tobacco Mosaic Virus (T), Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus (TSWV), Alternaria Stem Canker (A), Stemphylium Gray Leaf Spot (St), Septoria Leaf Spot (L), Early Blight (As), and Bacterial Speck (Pseudomonas) (B). With multiple resistances, vines stay healthy and bear abundant, delicious fruit. Indeterminate (staking) plants continue growing and setting fruit all season. Determinate (bush or cage) plants reach a certain height and stop setting fruit. Days in description indicate time from transplanting to first fruit harvest. For pack sales, start 8 weeks before sales date. All seeds are lightly defuzzed and are suitable for mechanical sowing. For Tomato Crop Time Chart, see page 11. PARK’S WHOPPER CR IMPROVED. INDETERMINATE. (VF1F2NT.) 65 days. For two decades, Park’s Whopper CR Improved has been the standard for taste, size (12 oz. and larger), and production. This improved version is earlier (by 5 days) and more diseaseand crack-resistant than the original. Home gardeners seek it out and ask for it by name. For the plant grower, this means a tremendous built-in demand. 5380-SD—250 sds $5.95 / 500 sds $10.70 1000 sds $20.25 / 2500 sds $46.40 5000 sds $83.30 / 10,000 sds $154.70
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INDETERMINATE. Sweet and Hearty Beefsteak! (VF1F2TSt.) 70 days. The result of
special breeding designed to enhance flavor, Beefy Boy™ is a meaty, extra-large mainseason beefsteak type with a superb taste. Containing more solids and less gel than the competition, it doesn’t sacrifice flavor to reach its 12- to 16-ounce size. Easy to grow, it has excellent disease and virus protection and its vines bear heavy yields of deep red fruit. 5339-SD—250 sds $5.25 / 500 sds $9.45 / 1000 sds $17.85 2500 sds $40.95 / 5000 sds $73.50 / 10,000 sds $136.50
BEEFY BOY P.O.P. KIT. MasterTag® picture tags, display cards and poster-all the P.O.P. materials you need for great sales! Kit includes 1-poster, 2-display cards and 100-picture tags. 9441-SP—$15.95
BETTER BUSH IMPROVED HYBRIDS - A Park Exclusive! INDETERMINATE
SHORT INTERNODE. The Revolutionary Landscape Tomato — Patio Size and Luscious Taste! (VF1F2NASt.) 68 days. Better Bush is an attractive, compact,
stocky plant with the handsome appearance of a patio-type Tomato, which yields big, luscious, 4-inch fruits weighing 8 to 11 ounces with “real sugar” content! Plants grow to 48 inches and seldom need staking; excellent in the small garden or in large containers. Exceptionally disease-resistant, starts bearing in only 68 days and keeps going until frost. 5338-SD—250 sds $6.50 / 500 sds $11.70 / 1000 sds $22.10 2500 sds $50.70 / 5000 sds $91.00 / 10,000 sds $169.00
PARK’S SEASON STARTER. (VF1T.) 60 days. DETERMINATE. Finally an early tomato that has it all! Start the season off right with this mild, dense 6 ounce fruit. Compact plants are disease resistant and the fruit can remain on the plant longer without cracking. 5367-SD—250 sds $22.25 / 500 sds $40.05 / 1000 sds $75.65
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CAROLINA GOLD HYBRID. DETERMINATE. (VF1F2.) 70 days. Earlier than Tomato Mountain Gold and tolerant of Greywall, this beefsteak-type from N.C. State University offers huge 10- to 12-ounce fruits over a long season. Smooth, deep oblate fruit is yellow-gold, thanks to its “tangerine gene,” and the vigorous plants adapt to bush or stake culture. Terrific crack tolerance!
5399-SD—250 sds $14.75 / 500 sds $26.55 1000 sds $50.15 AMELIA VR HYBRID. DETERMINATE. Tops in the Southeast! (TSWVF3) 75 days. Unbeatable disease resis-
tance and firm, extra-large fruit make Amelia VR a musthave for green or vine-ripe harvest. Vigorous plants with excellent leaf canopies set heavy yields of crack resistant fruit. Stake and prune for best harvest.
5405-SD—100 sds $18.95 / 250 sds $43.60 500 sds $80.55 / 1000 sds $147.80 BHN 640 HYBRID. DETERMINATE. AAS WINNER.
(TSWV, VF1F2NTASt). 75 days. Similar to BHN 444, this variety adds resistance to the third race of Fusarium. The ripe fruit also holds well after picking, making it a good choice for roadside stands. 5407-SD—100 sds $19.95 / 250 sds $45.90 500 sds $84.80 / 1000 sds $155.60 new BHN 961 HYBRID. DETERMINATE. 75 days.
These extra-large fruit have exceptional flavor and the plants are high-yielding. Improved fruit size over BHN 589. F1F2 and TOMV.
5440-SD—100 sds $19.95 / 250 sds $45.90 500 sds $84.80 / 1000 sds $155.60
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MOUNTAIN SPRING HYBRID. DETERMINATE. (VF1F2.) 69 days. Excellent tolerance of cracking! Large, firm 9-ounce fruits have a deep globe shape, uniform shoulders and a small blossom scar. Grow as bush or on a stake. Bred at N.C. State University. 5400-SD—250 sds $13.50 / 500 sds $24.50 1000 sds $44.00
PARK’S RAZZLEBERRY HYBRID. DETERMINATE. (VFF.) 76 days. Unlike others that can be too soft, these clusters of 6-7 tomatoes are firm and meaty. Plants boast very thick stems, holding the large yields of mild, well-balanced fruit better. Unusual raspberry pink color. 5392-SD—250 sds $11.95 / 500 sds $21.50 1000 sds $40.65
MOUNTAIN FRESH HYBRID. DETERMINATE. (VF1F2StAs.) 70 days. Medium-large 8- to 11-ounce fruits have uniform ripening and superior flavor. More than 3½ inches in diameter, they are very resistant to cracking, and arise in a flattish globe to deep oblate shape. Developed at N.C. State University. 5366-SD—250 sds $15.95 / 500 sds $28.70 1000 sds $54.25
Mountain Fresh Hybrid
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COBRA HYBRID. INDETERMINATE. (VF1F2TSt) 70 days. A new favorite for greenhouse production for both flavor and appearance. Vigorous plants produce clusters of 6 to 8 uniformly red, 8-ounce fruits that are resistant to cracking.
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BETTER BOY HYBRID. INDETERMINATE. AAS Winner. (VF1NASt.) 75 days. Big, meaty, red fruits, 8 ounces and higher. A trusted favorite for many years.
5323-SD—250 sds $7.95 / 500 sds $14.30 / 1000 sds $27.05 2500 sds $62.00 / 5000 sds $111.30 / 10,000 sds $206.70
5324-SD—250 sds $10.75 / 500 sds $19.35 / 1000 sds $36.55 2500 sds $ 83.85
BRICK HOUSE HYBRID. INDETERMINATE. (V,F1,F2,T) 80 days. This very hardy greenhouse variety produces large, firm fruits of uniform size and shape. A potato leaf variety, it has large dark green leaves that provide excellent coverage for the 8 ounce fruit. Short internodes for large yields. 5946-SD—100 sds $11.95 / 250 sds $27.50 / 500 sds $50.80
COUNTRY TASTE HYBRID. (VFTN.) INDETERMINATE. 90 days. All the flavor of an heirloom with the hassle free growth of a hybrid! Large, 1 pound fruits are dark red and ribbed, and have a good shelf-life. Versatile and disease resistant, grow these strong plants in the greenhouse or open field. 5423-SD—100 sds $12.95 / 250 sds $29.80 / 500 sds $55.05
JET STAR HYBRID. INDETERMINATE. (VF) 72 days. A long-time favorite and industry standard. With a high sugar content that masks acidity, these meaty, globe-shaped fruits, 6 to 8 oz. each, are borne in abundance in mid- to late summer. Performs well in the north.
5383-SD—500 sds $12.95 / 1000 sds $23.30 / 2500 sds $55.05 5000 sds $101.00 / 10,000 sds $181.30
Burpee’s Big Boy MATER SANDWICH HYBRID. INDETERMINATE. 75 days. Dark red fruits are very large, flattened globes with sweet taste. Plants are stocky and reach 3 to 4 feet tall.
5943-SD—100 sds $8.95 250 sds $20.60 1000 sds $69.80
BURPEE’S BIG BOY. INDETERMINATE. 78 days. Burpee Big Boy Hybrid bears some of the most appealing tomatoes! Known for it’s attractive, rich-flavored fruits, it produces 10-16 -oz. tomatoes.
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TOMATOES MAIN SEASON TOMATOES BEEFMASTER HYBRID. INDETERMINATE. (V1F1NASt.) 80 days. Strong vines yield large quantities of Beefsteak-type tomatoes weighing 12 to 16 ounces. Large, deep red and full-flavored. Green shoulders. 5322-SD—250 sds $7.95 / 500 sds $14.30 1000 sds $27.05 / 2500 sds $62.00 5000 sds $111.30
BIG BEEF HYBRID. INDETERMINATE. AAS CLASSIC. (VF1F2NTASt). 73 days. Large, 9- to 11-ounce tomatoes mature early, considering the size of the fruit! Big Beef produces exceptional yields. Plants bear freely, even under adverse growing conditions.
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RUTGERS SELECT. INDETERMINATE. 76 days. Delicious, 5-oz., deep oblate red fruits. Widely adaptable; great in the south.
5433-SD—250 sds $9.95 / 500 sds $17.90 1000 sds $33.85 / 2500 sds $77.60 5000 sds $139.30
5447-SD—1000 sds $1.25 / 5000 sds $5.30
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LEMON BOY HYBRID. INDETERMINATE. (VF1NASt.) 72 days. A unique lemon color inside and out; 3½ inches in diameter, it weighs 7 ounces. Excellent flavor; heavy producer.
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PINK GIRL HYBRID. INDETERMINATE. (VF1ASt.) 76 days. Low in acid, Pink Girl produces smooth, high quality, 3½-inch fruits weighing 6 to 8 ounces all summer long.
5335-SD—250 sds $9.50 / 500 sds $17.10 1000 sds $32.30 / 2500 sds $74.10
5740-SD—250 sds $8.25 / 500 sds $14.85 1000 sds $28.05 / 2500 sds $64.35
Pink Girl Beefmaster — Resistant to Tomato Spotted Wilt!
Lemon Boy call 1-800-845-3366 / fax 1-800-209-0360
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BIG RAINBOW. INDETERMINATE. 90 days. This heirloom is a pleasure to watch grow, as it turns from a greenshouldered, yellow-centered, red-bottomed young fruit to a mature gold-and-red sunset of color. Absolutely enormous, it reaches 2 pounds before you know it, and has a flavor as over-the-top as its size and parade of colors. Resistant to foliar diseases, it keeps producing till frost.
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5430-SD—100 sds $1.95 250 sds $4.50 / 500 sds $8.25
BRANDYWINE. INDETERMINATE. 90 days. Huge heirloom variety with sweet, dusty-red, 10- to 11-ounce fruits. This potato-leaved variety is a favorite for taste. 5376-SD—100 sds $1.95 250 sds $4.50 / 500 sds $8.25
CHEROKEE PURPLE. INDETERMINATE. 85 days. A favorite heirloom variety for it’s unique color, earthy/sweet taste, and prolific yield. Fruits are a purple-red and reach up to 12 ounces. 5814-SD—1000 sds $5.95 2500 sds $13.70 / 5000 sds $25.30
COSTOLUTO GENOVESE. INDETERMINATE. 85 days. An Italian variety with highly lobed, flattened fruits, this heirloom favorite is popular for its rich acidic flavor. The 6-ounce fruits are often used for juicing or cooking. 5429-SD—1000 sds $3.95 / 2500 sds $9.10 5000 sds $16.10
HEIRLOOM BLEND. INDETERMINATE. You get 6 distinctively different, indeterminate varieties: Aunt Ruby’s German Green, a chartreuse 12- to 16-oz. beefsteak; Big Rainbow, a gold-and-red fruit up to 2 lbs.; Tomato Black from Tula, a flattened dark brown to purple fruit, 8 to 12 oz., a rich smoky flavor; Brandywine Red, a deep red up to 2 lbs.; Cherokee Purple, a purple/pink/ brown combo on 10- to 12-oz. flattened fruits; and Dixie Golden Giant, an enormous golden-yellow slicer up to 2½ lbs. with sweet mild flavor.
5929-SD—1000 sds $3.95 2500 sds $9.10 / 5000 sds $16.10
KELLOGG’S BEEFSTEAK. INDETERMINATE. 80 days. This heirloom variety produces bright orange fruits weighing 1 pound or more with thin skin and a sweet tangy taste. They are meaty and juicy with few seeds.
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PINEAPPLE. INDETERMINATE. 85 to 95 days. A large beefsteak type, weighing up to 2 pounds. Colored a rich yellow-gold and often boasting red stripes, this colossal tomato is sweet and fruity with a tangy, meaty afterbite. Few seeds and more solids give you an extra bite or two. Dependably high-yielding plants.
5420-SD—100 sds $1.95 250 sds $4.50 / 500 sds $8.25
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MR. STRIPEY. INDETERMINATE. 80 days. This heirloom, also called ‘Tigerella,’ has red and yellow stripes covering large, ridge-shouldered 10- to 12-oz. fruits. Mild, very low acid flavor.
MONEYMAKER. 75-80 days. INDETERMINATE. Terrific for hot climates, this English variety produces very large yields of deep red, 7-8 ounce, meaty fruits on vigorous vines. Stake for best results.
5851-SD— 500 sds $3.95 1000 sds $7.00
5391-SD—100 sds $1.95 250 sds $4.50 / 500 sds $8.25
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TOMATOES, Continued MAIN SEASON TOMATOES MASKOTKA HYBRID. DETERMINATE. 65 days. This dwarf variety is excellent for growing in baskets or containers of various types. The 1-ounce fruits are very tasty and crack resistant. 5435-SD—100 sds $14.95 / 250 sds $33.95
TOTEM HYBRID. DETERMINATE. A prolific bush tomato for containers. It produces 2-2½-inch fruit on plants that reach no more than 24 inches in height. 5438-SD—100 sds $11.25 250 sds $25.90 / 500 sds $47.80
PATIO HYBRID. DETERMINATE. (F1ASt.) 70 days. Excellent for containers or small gardens. 4- to 5- ounce fruits are medium-sized, smooth and firm, with good color. Plants reach 20 to 30 inches tall. Green shoulders. 5372-SD—250 sds $9.95 / 500 sds $17.90 1000 sds $33.85 / 2500 sds $77.60
TUMBLING TOM. 70 days. This weeping-form Tomato trails up to 2 feet from hanging baskets, every inch studded with 1- to 2-inch fruit! A very heavy producer with good branching, it’s perfect for patio, deck, and the space-saving veggie garden!
5351-SD—Red 5419-SD—Yellow Any TUMBLING TOM above each: 250 sds $16.95 / 500 sds $30.50 1000 sds $57.65
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SEMI-DETERMINATE. 67 days. These round 1-inch-diameter
fruits are glossy and colorful, measuring 9 on the Brix sweetness scale. Semi-determinate, it sets most of its crop at once. Resistant to fusarium and tobacco mosaic virus.
5439-SD—100 sds $19.95 / 250 sds $45.90
SWEET BABY GIRL HYBRID. INDETERMINATE SHORT INTERNODE. Bigger Yields on Smaller Plants!
(TMV0,1,2) 65 days. Tops in trials for yield, compact plant size, and sweet mild flavor, these ½- to 1-ounce fruits resist cracking and hold very well after harvest. Just 3 to 5 feet high and 2 feet wide, this ISI type keeps the fruit coming all season! 5328-SD—250 sds $11.95 / 500 sds $21.50 1000 sds $40.65
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JULIET HYBRID. 1999 AAS Winner. INDETERMINATE. (F1.) 60 days. (Grape type). This red, 1-oz. tomato is produced in grape-like clusters on long, vigorous, indeterminate vines. The 1-inch-long fruit is elongated, with a sweet flavor, attractive glossy skin and good crack resistance. 5345-SD—250 sds $4.95 / 500 sds $8.90 1000 sds $16.85 / 2500 sds $38.60 / 10,000 sds $128.70
RED GRAPE HYBRID. INDETERMINATE. (F2TN. ) 60 days. Quickly becoming one of the favorite grapes in the industry. Red Grape is sweet and prolific. Crack resistant fruits have good shelf life, few seeds, and great texture. 5422-SD—100 sds $22.25 / 250 sds $51.20 500 sds $94.55
SUPERSWEET 100 HYBRID. INDETERMINATE. (VF1) 65 days. High yields of the sweetest 1-inch fruits have higher vitamin C content than other tomatoes. Indeterminate plants bear till frost, each branch producing more than 100 fruits. 5360-SD—250 sds $12.95 / 500 sds $23.30 1000 sds $44.05 / 2500 sds $101.00 / 5000 sds $181.30
SWEET MILLION HYBRID. INDETERMINATE. (FT) 65 days. Exceptionally sweet flavor, disease resistance and high yields. Large clusters of smooth, red, 1- to 1½-inch fruits on large, vigorous, indeterminate plants. Fruit sets throughout the summer. 5347-SD—250 sds $11.25 / 500 sds $20.25 1000 sds $38.25 / 2500 sds $87.75 / 5000 sds $157.50
SUMMER SWEET HYBRID. INDETERMINATE. (F1T.) 58 days. Related to the popular Grape Tomato ‘Santa’, Summer Sweet has earlyripening, delectable sweet red fruits weighing just 11/3 - 21/3 ounces on indeterminate vines. Great heat tolerance and no cracking. 5401-SD—250 sds $12.95 / 500 sds $23.30 1000 sds $44.05 / 2500 sds $101.00
TOMATOBERRY GARDEN HYBRID. INDETERMINATE. 60 days. Sweet, strawberry-shaped fruit are distinctly unique. Expect a good yield of firm, 1 inch fruit which tapers to a blunt point to produce this unusual shape.
5414-SD—100 sds $29.95 / 250 sds $68.90 500 sds $127.30
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TOMATOES, Continued CHERRY TOMATOES CUPID HYBRID. INDETERMINATE. (Grape type) (F1ASt) 65 days. We were blown away by the taste of this new hybrid! 1-inch fruits resist cracking, hold up well after harvest, and delight with a sweet (8.2 BRIX) flavor! Very heavy yields over a long season on vigorous plants. 5404-SD—100 sds $26.95 / 250 sds $62.00 500 sds $114.55 / 1000 sds $210.20
MARCELLINO HYBRID. INDETERMINATE. 73 days. Superb flavor and a month-long shelf life distinguish this high-performing cherry, which sets clusters of 20 to 25, 1-inch fruit on upright plants 5 feet tall, 3 feet wide. Strong tomato bite keeps its freshness long after ripening! Crack-resistant right up to frost! 5349-SD—250 sds $29.95 / 500 sds $53.90 1000 sds $101.85
SUGARY HYBRID. INDETERMINATE. 60 days. (Grape type). 2005 AAS Winner. Ultra-high sugar content (9.5 BRIX) makes these ½-ounce dark pink fruits irresistible! Very productive vines keep setting huge clusters of unusually-shaped fruit (pointed on both ends) all season. Terrific curb appeal plus the flavor to bring customers back!
5403-SD—250 sds $12.75 / 500 sds $22.95 1000 sds $43.35
SUNSUGAR HYBRID. INDETERMINATE. F1T) 62 days. This new golden variety is brimming with sugars — every ½-oz. fruit has a brix of 10, plus 3 to 4 times the Vitamin A found in most red tomatoes! Vigorous, indeterminate plants need staking — they set fruit quickly and in huge quantities! 5394-SD—250 sds $21.50 / 500 sds $38.70 1000 sds $73.10
ROMA TOMATOES GOLDEN RAVE HYBRID. DETERMINATE. 67 days. Unique yellow roma-type with excellent flavor and abundant yields. Fruits are 2 inches long and resist cracking.
5421-SD—100 sds $14.95 / 250 sds $34.40 500 sds 63.55
PLUM CRIMSON HYBRID. DETERMINATE. (VF1F2F3.) 78 days. Exceptionally dark red, large fruits are high in lycopene. Very high early yield & total production on medium plants with excellent cover. 5417-SD—250 sds $22.25 / 500 sds $40.05 1000 sds 75.65
ROMA. DETERMINATE (OPEN POLLINATED). (VF1NA.) 78 days. Great for cooking, canning and paste. Vines produce nice yields of medium-small, pear-shaped fruit. 5373-SD—1000 sds $2.25 / 2000 sds $4.05 5000 sds $9.55
VIVA ITALIA HYBRID. DETERMINATE. (VF1F2NASBSt.) 76 days. Out-yielded all processing tomatoes in our trials and has great disease resistance, even to Bacterial Speck. Widely adapted, it has a blocky pear shape and a wonderful zesty flavor! 5827-SD—500 sds $16.95 / 1000 sds $30.50 2500 sds $72.05
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OUR TOMATOES AT A GLANCE I=Indeterminate D=Determinate ISI=Indeterminate Short Internode Fruit Size Small 1-3 oz.
Medium 4-8 oz.
Variety Cupid Marcellino Red Grape Juliet Orange Paruche Sugary Summer Sweet Sunsugar Supersweet 100 Sweet Baby Girl Sweet Million Tumbling Tom Tomatoberry Garden Cobra Golden Rave Jet Star Lemon Boy New Pearl Maskotka Park’s Season Starter Patio Pink Girl Plum Crimson Roma Rutgers Select Totem Viva Italia
V—Verticillium Wilt, F(1,2,3)—Fusarium Wilt (Race 1,2,3), FF—Fusarium Wilt Races 1 & 2, N—Root-Knot Nematodes, T—Tobacco Mosaic Virus, A—Alternaria Alternata (Crown Wilt), L—Leafspot (Septoria), and St—Stemphylium (Gray Leaf Spot).
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Comments Sweetest grape type Crack-resistant cherry Sweet, crack resistant 1999 AAS Winner Incomparable Sweetness 2004 AAS Winner Like grape tomato ‘Santa’ Crack-resistant orange cherry Sweetest of all Our retail customer favorite cherry Very vigorous Weeping form Sweet, strawberry-shaped fruit Greenhouse or open field Unique yellow roma-type Customer favorite Unique color, mild flavor Extra large yields Dwarf variety Early, Compact; Disease resistant Compact patio pot plants Prolific sweet, smooth fruit Deep red Roma Disease-resistant Excellent for canning Proliﬁc bush tomato for containers Roma/saladette types
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Garden and container Proven in adverse conditions Very hardy greenhouse variety Popular heirloom variety Earlier than other golds Italian heirloom, ribbed fruit Outstanding disease resistance Early Blight tolerance Excellent tolerance of cracking! Terrific for hot climates Unusual ‘striped’ heirloom The largest pink, great taste
Resistant to Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus Beefsteak type Popular and good Extra large fruits Heirloom resistant to foliar diseases Earthy/sweet taste Greenhouse or open field Bright orange fruits Very large dark red fruits #1 Flavored beefsteak Our best eating tomato Dependably high-yielding plants
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POT HANGERS. Clamp securely around edge of plastic or clay pots from 4-10” diameter.
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HANGING BASKET DRIP PAN. Clear vinyl pan is easy to use and prevents messes from dripping hanging baskets.
Hanging Basket Drip Pan
DOUBLE “S” HOOKS. “S” Hooks, made of 10-gauge galvanized steel. Hang baskets on a purlin with “S” hooks between them, allowing for a second tier. Hooks will fit pipes up to 1¼-inch in diameter. Reusable.
SOIL MOIST MATS. Ideal for lining hanging baskets and containers. Simply line the container with the mat, add soil, plants, and water. Each mat absorbs a quart of water, then slowly releases to the plants. The mats reduce waterings by 50%. 96612.CS.SP— Bulk Mats 250 per box $98.95 96611.EA.SP— Roll Mats 4 per case (each roll is 15.75” x 15’ long) $22.95 1-19 rolls $20.95 20+ rolls
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GROWING POTS & BAGS
Al’s 10-Hole flat Pouch w/plugs
Al’s Flower Pouch in Full Bloom Bosse Pouches
AL’S POUCH. Now 3 styles! High Profit, Big Show, Low Cost. A heavy 6-mil, green plastic pouch with handle for hanging. Now with 3 choices: 10- hole (original design pouch); 5-hole for larger growing plants (same size as original but with 5 holes down center of pouch); and mini (a smaller pouch with 6 holes). Catalog No.
8” x 20”
8” x 20”
5¼” x 12½”
BOSSE POUCH. World’s Strongest Flower Pouch! Bring on your weightiest trailing Petunias, your Strawberries hung with fat fruit! This UV-resistant, re-usable woven laminated polyethylene pouch can handle them!
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DECORATIVE POTS pots
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KHAN DECORATIVE POTS Landmark’s premium decorative pot line offers unique designs, shapes, and colors. Perfect for container gardens, combination planters, patios, and house plants. The 8.00 and 10.00 Khan Saturn have hanging capabilities. Available in: Terra Cotta. SATURN Catalog No.
8.78” x 5.73”
11.48” x 7.86”
13.45” x 9.27”
15.87” x 11.19”
FLUTED Catalog No.
14.25” x 9.50”
Khan Fluted Pot
Khan Saturn Pot
LANDMARK’S DECORATIVE POTS Landmark’s Decorative Pots are designed to meet the needs of both the home gardener and professional grower. Perfect for container gardening. Available as a cover-pot to enhance the appearance and value of any horticultural crop. Available in: Terra Cotta. Catalog No.
5.25” x 3.50”
6.38” x 5.25”
8.50” x 7.25”
10.00” x 9.63”
10.63” x 8.75”
11.50” x 10.00”
DECORATIVE POT SAUCERS Catalog No.
THERMOFORMED PLANTER BOXES. Thermoformed planter boxes are engineered to stand alone or as a liner for a larger ceramic container. This line is designed for the unique needs of today’s grower with cost-savings in mind. Available in: Terra Cotta. 96859 is also available in green. Catalog No. 96747.CS.SP
Size 5.88” x 20.00” x 4.38”
No./ Case 100
Price/ Case $186.95
7.00” x 14.06” x 4.19”
7.00” x 14.06” x 4.19”
STANDARD ROUND POTS: MAXI-GROW SERIES. Catalog No.
3.00 x 2.63”
3.50 x 3.06”
3.50 x 3.38”
4.00 x 3.50”
6.00 x 5.50”
8.00 x 6.56”
8.00 x 6.56”
X-714PB Foliage Cage
call 1-800-845-3366 / fax 1-800-209-0360
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INJECTION MOLDED POTS Landmark’s line of Injection Molded pots are made of high quality polypropylene resin. Bi-level drainage holes of our Maxi-Grow pots allow excellent drainage and inhibit seal off. With a traditional appearance, the Maxi-Grow Plus pots have a wide lip and side-bottom drainage. Available in: Green. Some square pots are available only in black.
Azalea Pots: Traditional Series
CO-EXTRUDED THERMOFORMED POTS. Protect your roots with Landmark’s co-extruded thermoformed round pots. Bi-leveled drainage promotes air pruning and discourages root circling. In rim tag slots available on most items. Ideal for use in automation equipment. Available in: Green/Black or Terra Cotta/Black. Geranium Pots
6.00” x 4.50”
8.38” x 6.00”
9.75” x 7.25”
Azalea Pots: Maxi-Grow Series
3.88” x 2.88”
X-45RMGT 4.50” X 4.02” 675
6.88“ x 5.00”
96707.CS.SP Terra Cotta/Black X-45RMGT 4.50” X 4.02” 675
7.50” x 5.50”
7.75” x 5.75”
Standard Pots No./ Cs
Azalea Pots: Maxi-Grow Plus Series
X-3.5P450 3.50” X 3.25” 450
96703.CS.SP Terra Cotta/Black X-3.5P450 3.50” X 3.25” 450
X-4RMGT 4.00” X 3.49” 825
X-4RMGT 4.00” X 3.49” 825
96705.CS.SP Terra Cotta/Black
No./ Cs Price/Cs
X-4RAP350 4.00” x 2.88” 350
96697.CS.SP Terra Cotta/Black X-4RAP350 4.00” x 2.88” 350
X-5AMGT 5.00” x 3.61” 440
X-6AMGT 6.00” x 4.38” 220
96700.CS.SP Terra Cotta/Black X-6AMGT 6.00” x 4.38” 220
X-65AMGT 6.50” x 5.00” 260
6.00” x 4.75”
6.50” x 5.13”
Model X-8MPMGT X-9MPMGT
Size 8.00” X 5.00” 9.00” X 5.90”
No./Cs 300 100
4.50” x 4.00”
I-G450MG 4.50” x 4.00”
Mum Pans: Maxi-Grow Plus Series Catalog No.
8.00” x 5.00”
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Transport Trays Catalog No. Color
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$112.95 1-A800MG,1-MP800, X-8MPMGT
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WATER-MATICS. Landmark is the leader in the research and development of water conservation products for the horticultural industry. Enables growers to conserve water, fertilizer, and time. Organize crops to maximize growing space and allow for adequate air circulation. Elevated overflow drains permit the removal of excess water, while creating a reservoir for proper water and fertilizer uptake. Available in: Black.
Catalog No. Model Holds 96746.CS.SP X-45RSWM 8
No./ Cs 100
Price/Cs Compatible Baskets $144.95 Round: I-G450DD, I-G450MG, Square: X-4.5P, X-4.5PD
INJECTION MOLDED POTS. Landmark’s line of Injection Molded pots are made of high quality polypropylene resin. Bi-level drainage holes of our Maxi-Grow pots allow excellent drainage and inhibit seal off. With a traditional appearance, the Maxi-Grow Plus pots have a wide lip and side-bottom drainage. Available in: Green. Some square pots are available only in black. Square Pots: Traditional Series Catalog No.
2.25” x 3.00”
2.69” x 2.78”
Square Pots: Maxi-Grow Series Catalog No.
3.50” x 3.00”
4.00” x 3.50”
4.50” x 3.63”
THERMOFORMED SQUARE POT & TRAY SYSTEMS. Landmark’s thermoformed square pots and trays are an economical growing system for all types of horticultural crops. Designed to accommodate automation equipment. Precision formed pots with uniform drainage. Various tray configurations for easy handling and to maximize space on cart and bench shelves. Available in: Black. Some pot sizes available in green.
Square Pots Catalog No.
Sheet of Pots Catalog No.
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POTS & TRAY SYSTEMS CONTINUED
Square Pot Trays
X-4P, X-4IPE900, I-S400MGX
X-4P, X-4IPE900, I-S400MGX
X-4.5P, X-4.5PD, I-S450MG
NURSERY CONTAINERS Landmark’s injection molded Nursery Containers are stackable, sturdy, and smooth. Our patented Maxi-Grow Plus Rim-Lok bottom allows containers to be securely stacked for efficient transportation. Tag locks, located in the rim, are ideal for clearly and securely identifying your plants. Available in: Black. Catalog No.
Co-Extruded Thermoformed Nursery Pots Catalog No.
TRAYS & PACKS
Landmark manufactures one of the most extensive lines of trays and packs in the industry, with 12 different outside trim dimensions. Made of high quality plastic resins to insure easy de-nesting. Precision perforation between packs. Specifically designed to accommodate automation equipment. Ideal for filling, growing, and transporting. The L-1020NCRN has no holes. Available in: Black.
L Series Trays
L-1020NCRN 10.80”x 21.22”