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Fall, Winter Spring

Prefers: Sun, Mostly Sun (does not bloom well in shade)
8-14" Tall, 4-8" spacing



Water well the first two weeks to establish.

Once rooted in , do not over water, allow to dry  between watering. Once a week through the middle of winter is more than enough for established bed of pansies.

Pots and containers may need twice a week.

For heavily treed lots, wait until a majority of the leaves have fallen before planting that area.

ColorStar fertilizer, once every three months for beds,  one every 2 months for containers.


Category: Annual

Prefers: Sun, Shade


Cyclamen may be the most ornate bedding plant we sell for the fall season.

With it's flag like blooms in colors of Red, white, pinks, and purples.

Planted in beds or containers this plant is very eye catching.

Protect from Freeze. Although they can take the cold and even freezing temperatures, it can not handle frost or ice on its foliage or blooms.

Cover when it is forecast, or place in container on porch to help this plant survive.



Category: Annual

Prefers: Sun, Shade


Flowering Cabbage and Ornamental Kale are two very versatile plants that stand  up to our winters fairly easy and offer a variety of uses.

A leafy plant in shades of pinks, reds, and whites  with green edges  add a contrast and help accent your Pansy beds. One advantage of Cabbage and Kale is that they are able to be planted in shade  or full sun.
Cabbage normally have smoother flatter leaves while Kale have a more distinct ruffle edge on the leaves.

Cabbage and Kale both are more rounded and dome shaped:  15-18" Tall x 15-18" wide
Peacock Series:   serrated leaves with  texture adding a little extra height:   18-24" Tall   x 12-18" Wide
RedBor Kale:  this variety turns eggplant deep rich dark purple as the winter sets in,  also adds the most height and mass in the bed.   26-36" tall   x 18-26" wide
* Some severe winters may freeze the cabbage and kale out,  although most seasons we have no problems.

Dusty Miller

Category: Annual

Prefers: Sun, Shade


Dusty Miller is one of the most versatile plants we grow.
It is good for spring, summer, fall and winter. Sun and shade.


With it's silvery soft foliage it accents your other flowers very nicely.
Dusty Miller may live for several years.

It can become large and rangy appearance and trimming the plant back into shape sometimes will help.

Although replacing it every few years may present a nicer look, as the trimmed plant never really recovers to its best shape.


Category: Annual

Prefers: Sun, Shade, part sun, part shade

Season to plant: Spring, Summer & Fall

Size: Varies by type

Sold by: Individuals. 6" and 10" Containers


Rich bold tropical leaves that can thrive in our summer sun, or partial shade. Too much dense shade will allow for less color on the leaves.

Perfect in a container or in a garden bed to accent just about any bedding plant. Care free and very low maintenance enhance the brilliant colors..

Although we use this plant extensively for spring and summer, the colors offer a great accent for the Autumn landscape as well  bringing the reds, golds and bronze colors into the fall plantings. However it can not take a frost, it can be brought inside for the winter and makes a fantastic house plant. 


Category: Perenial

Prefers: Sun


Although this is the Fall and  Winter Annual section these Garden Mums  are Perennial.

Mums begin to come ready for sale in September.

Planting Mums  that are "tight" ( like the first pic) not opened all the way yet, will allow  for longer bloom life in your beds.

Planting Mums in the fall is a great way to change the season. They normally last in  bloom about eight weeks with a spectacular display of color.

The nice thing about the garden mum is that they come back year after year to give your garden a blast of color in the fall.

Mums die back to the ground during the Winter. They begin to re-sprout early in the spring.

Some mums may try to bloom during the spring months in our climate.

This is fine, although for a true Fall Color Display trim all bud, blooms, and elongated stems around mid June, to promote re-budding and timing for the  full Fall impact.

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