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  • Echinacea, Double Scoop Orangeberry, , large

    Short Description

    Hardy and very easy to grow.

    $15.99
    $9.59
    Plants
  • Echinacea, Raspberry Truffle, , large

    Short Description

    Exciting double coneflower with unique shades of flowers.

    $15.99
    $9.59
    Plants
  • Columbine, Origami Red & White, , large

    Short Description

    An extravaganza of enormous, showy 2-3" red and white blooms.

    $6.99 - $14.99
    $4.19 - $8.99
    Seeds and Plants
  • Echinacea, Sombrero Adobe Orange, , large

    Short Description

    Super-charged blooming power, loads of pumpkin-orange daisies for months.

    $14.99
    $8.99
    Plants
  • Monarda didyma, Leading Lady Plum, , large

    Short Description

    Purple blossoms float over densely branched plants with alluring, aromatic, dark-green foliage.

    $13.99
    $8.39
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  • Echinacea, Sombrero Salsa Red, , large

    Short Description

    Echinacea Salsa Red is free bloomer from mid-summer, for months until fall.

    $14.99
    Plants
  • Customer favorite
    Rudbeckia, Goldsturm, , large

    Short Description

    Bright, bold and easy to grow!

    $4.99 - $12.99
    Seeds and Plants
  • Aster, Purple Dome, , large

    Short Description

    Masses of purple flowers with bright yellow centers.

    $13.99
    $8.39
    Plants
  • Monarda didyma, Leading Lady Lilac, , large

    Short Description

    Blanketed with fragrant foliage and many-splendored pink blooms.

    $13.99
    $8.39
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  • Echinacea, Hot Papaya, , large

    Short Description

    A notable coneflower with hot orange blooms. Just the right tone to add to a sizzling full sun summer garden.

    $15.99
    $9.59
    Plants
  • Columbine, Winky Double Blue & White, , large

    Short Description

    Fantastic cut flower blooms spring to summer.

    $10.99
    $6.59
    Plants
  • New
    Scabiosa, Flutter Rose Pink, , large

    Short Description

    Graceful flowers appear to float from delicate stems on compact plants.

    $12.99
    $7.79
    Plants
  • Echinacea, Sundown PPAF, , large

    Short Description

    Unique orange coneflower!

    $11.99
    $7.19
    Plants
  • New
    Coreopsis, UpTick Cream, , large

    Short Description

    Chipper little flowers proliferate on tidy, mounded plants.

    $13.99
    $8.39
    Plants
  • Lobelia, Vulcan Red , , large

    Short Description

    Fiery cardinal-red spikes.

    $6.29 - $11.99
    $3.77 - $7.19
    Seeds and Plants
  • Echinacea Sombrero® Flamenco Orange, , large

    Short Description

    Water wise plant is sturdy and compact, producing flowers galore.

    $11.99
    $7.19
    Plants
  • Delphinium, Fantasia Mixed Colors, , large

    Short Description

    Fantastic, upright delphinium that needs no staking.

    $3.99 - $27.99
    Seeds and Plants
  • Echinacea, Sombrero Lemon Yellow, , large

    Short Description

    Super-charged blooming power, masses of vivid yellow daisies,

    $14.99
    Plants
  • Burpee's Bee and Butterfly Mix, , large

    Short Description

    Pollinator garden seed packet

    $2.99 - $7.99
    Seeds
  • Exclusive
    Echinacea, Warm Summer, , large

    Short Description

    Exceptional coneflower in a variety of eye-pleasing colors.

    $5.99 - $27.99
    Seeds and Plants
  • Scabiosa, Fama Deep Blue, , large

    Short Description

    The largest flowering scabiosa. Outstanding cut flower.

    $12.99
    Plants
  • Echinacea, Pink Double Delight, , large

    Short Description

    Double the flower power in half the height.

    $15.99
    Plants
  • Buddleia, Miss Molly , , large

    Short Description

    Amazing Color!

    $14.99
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  • Echinacea, Double Scoop Raspberry, , large

    Short Description

    Vivid, raspberry rose, double flowers. Very hardy and heat tolerant.

    $15.99
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