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Second Season Flowers

Plant second season flowers now for colorful fall blooms including pansies, violas, mums and ornamental kale.
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Pansies

Enjoy happy and fragrant faces in pots, beds and in your kitchen garden for edible blooms. Sow indoors 8 weeks before last frost, again in midsummer.

Pansy, Sunrise

Perfectly named with the colors of a morning sky.

Pansy, Ocean Breeze Mix

The best color combination for fall and early spring.

Pansy, White Blotch

As if the happy face is painted onto the white flower, it's a very pleasant and fun pansy.

Pansy, Ocean

The flowers are outstanding tones of purple shades.

Pansy, Panola Purple Face

White with deep purple blotch.

Pansy, Rose Wing

It is not a mix—it's one flower that has many color tones.
Grow hardy fall mum plants that add a unique color to the second season flower garden. These plants are very easy to care for, never needing to prune, pinch or deadhead and ship at proper planting time for your zone.

Garden Mum, Mammoth Daisy Quill Yellow

Very hardy and dense-mounded—no need to prune or deadhead. Yellow daisies blend with sedums and catmints.

Garden Mum, Mammoth Daisy Lavender

Very hardy and dense-mounded—no need to prune or deadhead. Lavender daisies work well with sedums and asters.

Garden Mum, Mammoth Daisy Red

Very hardy and dense-mounded—no need to prune or deadhead. Red mums are a must for vibrant fall color.

Chrysanthemum, Sheffield Pink

Prolific blooming apricot pink beauty.

Garden Mum, Mammoth Daisy Dark Pink

Very hardy and dense-mounded—no need to prune or deadhead. Plant this dark pink bloomer with blue asters.

Garden Mum, Mammoth Daisy Coral

Very hardy and dense-mounded—no need to prune or deadhead. Coral lavender daisies add unusual tones in fall.
These petite country cousins of the modern pansy are tougher in the face of cold and heat—no garden should be without them. Start indoors 7-9 weeks before last frost for flowers from spring to fall. Blooms all winter in southern parts of the country.

Viola, Sorbet Delft Blue

White face on a light blue background

Viola, Johnny-Jump Up

Delicately fragrant flowers are edible and make delightful garnishes.

Viola, Sorbet Red Blotch

Early-blooming groundcover.

Viola, Sorbet Denim Jump Up

Great garden performance in all types of weather.

Viola, Psychedelic Spring

Violas dazzle in delicious colors—good enough to eat.

Viola, Amber Kiss

Bold color and knock-out fragrance!
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Snapdragons

Superb in beds and as cut flowers. Incandescent colors on softly puffed spikes with a lingering fragrance. Start indoors 8-12 weeks before last frost. Blooms early summer, best in cool weather and sheltered from heat.

Snapdragon, Topper Mix Hybrid

Lovely blend of tall spikes and bright colors.

Snapdragon, Tutti Frutti

Fun color, great for cutting too.

Snapdragon, Cinderella Mixed Colors

Semidwarf plants produce erect main spikes that bloom early.

Snapdragon, Lemon Lollipops

The first dwarf double snapdragon. Long blooming.

Snapdragon, Plumblossom Hybrid

Freely branching, perfect for cutting.

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