Frangipani are delightful flowering plants that bloom year-round, and this crimson-red variety comes in one of the most popular colors! Affectionately nicknamed "Foff, by nurserymen and gardeners the world over." The frangipani is generally classified into two groups: Hardy group, or tender group. Hardy group plants are typically evergreen, and easy to grow, but are less tolerant of cold temperatures than the more tender group. Foff is the most popular cultivar of either group, and is the only variety of the species to reach our nursery in full bloom.
With pink flowers and foliage, Dwarf Japanese Anemones are very popular in the shade gardens. Full to semi-evergreen, these plants are tough, drought tolerant, and easy to grow. Plant them in full shade or partial shade, and provide ample water until established. It can't get shadier than this!
Daylily, or Hemerocallis are some of the most popular, easy-to-grow, and long-flowering perennials in the garden. This double blooming cultivar has beautiful pink double tulip like blooms, 5" across with darker centers and a great scent. Numerous cultivars are available, some are ever-blooming, others stay in bloom and bloom continuously throughout the season. These plants require little maintenance once established. Blooming over the summer, they make a great addition to any garden.
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