Rex begonia offers colorful foliage and is one of the most interesting indoor plants around. Despite its exotic looks, Rex begonia is actually easy to grow. Because it's a relatively short houseplant, Rex begonia is perfect for desks and tabletops where is wildly colorful, variegated foliage makes it a perfect contrast against other houseplants.
Burgundy red sword-like leaves offer great texture and color. Use as a focal point in the landscape or in large containers surrounded by bright flowered perennials and silver foliage. Develops a trunk with age. Fragrant white flowers top the stems in early summer. A frost-tender evergreen; treat as an annual in cold winter regions.
If you are an African violet lover, then our newest fancy violets will really catch your eye. They are in full bud and bloom making them a perfect gift for the plant lover on your gift list. These remind me of my grandmother, she always had a good number of these by the windows in her bedroom.
The ferns we received are so lush and green they instantly make you think it's time to plant outdoors. Notice the unusual variegated pattern on the fancy Boston fern, I've never seen one with this interesting color pattern.
Tradewind Hibiscus has always been one of our favorites, the collection has a range of colors from pink, to red, to some fabulous yellows. We have them in these sweet little tree forms or as small bushes to tuck into your tropical planters.
Bet you didn’t know that there is Hardy Hibiscus for our state! These gorgeous plants will amaze you with their huge 8-10” flowers in July and August. They love our summer heat! I have multiple plants in my garden and they starred in my summer border last year when the weather was so hot! Leave plenty of space, these get up to 4’ tall and bloom for a long time in the border. Don’t get to anxious for them to appear in the spring, they need lots of heat to get them going. Make sure to look for these in the greenhouse in May.