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Includes the 2012 All-America Selections winner Jams 'N Jellies Blackberry combined with Pacifica Really Red and Pacifica White. Leaves are glossy and dark green. Growth is vigorous to 10-14 inches tall. An excellent performer in containers, in borders, or along foundations and paths.
2012 All-America Selections winner. These unique shades of velvety dark purple, will at times appear almost black, and the tiny white eyes provide the perfect contrast. Combines beautifully with blue, pink, white or lavender in the landscape.
Leaves are dark green, lush and glossy. Jams 'N Jellies Blackberry is an exceptionally vigorous grower to 10-14 inches tall, and is an ideal choice for planting in pots and borders, or along foundations and paths.
Distinctive, non-fading rich violet blue flowers with deep black-purple eyes. Vigorous 10 0-14 inch plants have dark green, lush, glossy leaves. An ideal choice for planting in containers and borders, or along foundations and paths.
The richly colored flowers are large and round. 'SunStorm' vincas bloom early, are extremely heavy flowering and thrive in both warm and cooler temperatures. The 8-10 inch tall, 10-12 inch wide plants are compact with amazing branching; they cover themselves in flowers from top to bottom. 'SunStorm' series vincas are consistently among the very highest rated vincas at independent trial grounds across the United States.
Bright white with small rose eye.
Formula mixture of all colors.
Pink flowers blushed darker in the center
A new hybrid vinca, which produces the largest flowers of any vinca series, produced from seed that germinates at the highest rate.
Compared to open-pollinated vincas, 'Titan' plants are earlier blooming (by 2 weeks), more vigorous and better branching. Titan tolerates cool weather and also thrives in hot, dry conditions.
Formula mixture of all colors.
Flowers in pink shades from blush, to icy to deep rose.
'Cotton Candy Mix' is a blend of cool pink and lavender-blue shades.
The 'Solar' hybrid vincas flower up to two weeks earlier than most vinca series, producing large 2 inch flowers with overlapping petals. Disease resistant, 'Solar' hybrid vincas are among the very best varieties for extremely hot and humid conditions. The tough, easy to grow plants also tolerate cooler weather, which extends the season in which vincas can be grown. Growing 10-12 inches tall, the handsome, mounding plants flower continuously through the summer and into fall.
Apricot pink flowers with deep rose centers.
A formula mix producing flowers in shades of pink, lavender, lilac, red, raspberry, orchid, apricot and white, with or without central eyes.
Extremely heat tolerant, these 10 inch tall plants have also been bred to withstand cooler temperatures than most vincas. Easy to grow, with excellent branching and outstanding garden performance.
Formulated from all 12 Heatwave colors plus the variety Santa Fe.
Large 2 inch flowers with overlapping petals on compact, 12 inch tall plants. 'Pacifica' vincas flower heavily, and tolerate weather, heat, and drought. They are outstanding performers perfect for planting in pots, and borders, or lining foundations and paths.
A formula mix of these hot 'Pacifica' series flower colors: Cranberry, Deep Orchid, Really Red, and Orange.
A peppy, formulated mix of icy pink, plum and red flowers.
White flower with a rose eye. Our favorite 'Pacifica' series variety.
A breakthrough in Vinca breeding, Cora is the first series to be resistant to the "sudden death" (aerial Phytophthora) that can hit Vincas in rainy, humid or very hot climates. The Cora series will tolerate and thrive in damp conditions other Vincas cannot. Winner of the Dallas Arboretum's "Flameproof" award for outstanding performance in extreme heat.
Cora vincas produce large bold bright flowers, and the foliage is thick, dark green and glossy. The handsome 14-16 inch tall plants spread to 22 inches or more across. Coras are the longest flowering Vincas we know; they bloom early and love the heat, but also tolerate cool autumn temperatures, flowering right up until frost.
Brilliant red flowers.
Large bold bright flowers in shades of Apricot, Burgundy, Deep Lavender, Lavender, Pink, Punch, Violet and White.
Pristine white flowers.
The Cora Cascade Series has all of the merits of the Cora Series, yet spreads to an impressive 32-36 inches across. Flowers bloom in vivid, bold colors over a lengthy season, often lasting until frost. Plants grow 6-8 inch tall with dense, deep, shiny green foliage.
Making huge strides in disease resistance, the Cora Cascade series continues Cora's breeding innovation with an outstanding ability to endure and thrive in the presence of the "sudden death" (aerial Phytophthora) that attacks vincas in hot, humid conditions. Exceptional performance in hot Texas trials has convinced the Dallas Arboretum to add Cora Cascades to the "Flameproof" Plants list.
Pink flowers with deep rose centers.
Huge, fuchsia colored flowers.
Huge, bright cherry-red flowers.
Huge, lilac flowers.
Huge, white flowers with red centers.
Formula mixture of all colors.
Features a cascading habit and striking 2 inch flowers. Early and free blooming with excellent heat and drought tolerance. Perfect as a ground cover or use in hanging baskets and containers. Grows 5-6 inches tall and spreads to 2.5 feet wide.
A jazzy formulated blend of the following Mediterranean XP varieties, Hot Rose, Lipstick, Peach Colada, Peach, Red, Dark Red, Rose, Strawberry, and White.
The XP Mediterranean vincas feature flowers up to 20 percent larger than the original series on plants that are more vigorous and better branching.
Sow Vinca seed indoors 10-12 weeks before your last frost. Starting your seeds later is fine. Use individual cells or flats. Press into soil and lightly cover. Vinca seeds need darkness to germinate. Cover flat with newspaper or place inside black plastic trash bag. Keep out of direct sun. Kept at 75-80°F., germination is in 10-21 days. After seeds germinate provide strong direct light. When plants have 3-4 true leaves transplant into 2-3 inch containers. Place Vinca seedlings into the garden 12 inches apart when soil and air temperatures are consistently above 65°F.
Growing Vinca: Direct sowing Vinca seeds is not recommended. Give plants full sun. In southwest desert climates and the hottest regions of the deep south, afternoon shade is preferred. Vinca plants grow best in well-drained soil with average to low fertility. and tolerate drought, and high heat. In hot, humid climates 'Cora,' and 'Solar' vincas perform best. Flowers drop cleanly, no deadheading needed. Vinca plants are deer and rabbit resistant. Vinca flowers attract butterflies.