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Fast-growing, 4-5 foot tall plants produce gorgeous, 2 foot cinnamon-orange plumes over a long summer and fall season. An outstanding cut flower, Hot Biscuits adds spice to autumn bouquets. Easy to grow.
This stunning accent plant is ideal for beds, borders or containers; growing 3-5 feet tall and producing rope like bright red tassels over a long summer and fall season. The flowers are excellent for cutting or drying and the foliage is edible and highly nutritious. Packet is 3.5 grams, about 5,000 seeds.
Very similar to Love-Lies-Bleeding, but with drooping lime-green tassels which are superb cut or dried. Grows 3-5 feet tall. Packet is 3.5 grams, about 5,000 seeds.
Highly uniform, 40-48 inch tall plants, produce dramatic, colorful flower spikes, which combine beautifully with other flowers in mixed bouquets.
Bright chartreuse leaves, this color is delightfully easy to blend into the garden, or flower arrangements.
These deep Red spikes make lively cut flowers.
Stunning crimson and golden orange foliage tops sturdy columns of bright green leaves. These fast growing annuals reach 4 feet tall. The leaves are edible and are excellent for cutting. Often referred to as a summer Poinsettia.
Gorgeous scarlet and yellow leaves top the plants with chocolate-brown, yellow and green leaves underneath. Grows to 4-5 feet tall and is at home at the back of borders or planted among shrubs. 2 grams is about 3,000 seeds.
Glowing crimson-maroon foliage on stunning, fast growing 3-4 foot tall plants. The leaves are edible and are excellent for cutting.
Long lasting emerald green spikes on well-branched, 18 inch tall annuals. They are excellent planted in borders and are superb for cutting.
Direct sow into prepared seed beds after all danger of frost (and the soil has fully warmed) in groups of 4 seeds spaced 18 to 24 inches apart. Thin to the strongest plant. Or, scatter seed over ground that has had the top 1 inch of soil loosened. Rake seed in lightly, walk over area to firm soil. Keep moist until germination. Easy to germinate, however seeds will not sprout in cool soil. Can also be started indoors in cell packs or 2 inch containers. Kept at 65-75° F., germination is in 10-21 days.
Comments: Full or part sun. Tolerates high heat. Any soil as long as drainage is good. Faster growth, more flowers with regular water, will tolerate some drought once established. Attracts birds.