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  • Portulaca grandiflora Stopwatch Mix

    • More than 10 days earlier to flower than other competing compact varieties
    • Compact, mounding habit ensures that plants grow more upright
    • Best variety for packs
     
    • 9-11 weeks
    • 5″ / 13 cm
    • Sun
    • Multi-pelleted & Raw
  • Portulaca grandiflora Sundial Mix

    • Earliest type
    • Vigorous, well branched habit
    • Fills pots and packs quickly
     
    • 8-10 weeks
    • 5″ / 13 cm
    • Sun
    • Multi-pelleted & Raw
  • Primula elatior Piano Mix

    • Truly A Masterpiece
    • Bred for fall or early spring production; extreme uniformity and flowering across the entire series
    • Plants remain compact, even under high heat; allows growers to produce more high quality plants
    • PIANO has large flowers and small leaves; creating instant visual impact
    • Not available in Japan and United Kingdom
     
    • 25-28 weeks
    • 8″ / 20 cm
    • Sun - Partial shade
    • Raw
  • Primula elatior Crescendo® Mix

    • Shining Colours
    • Uniform series across the whole colour range
    • Extremely winter hardy, Crescendo®s can be used much like a pansy in Northern climates
    • Sow in July for late January flowering
    • Crescendo®s can be grown under cooler temperatures, cutting production costs for the grower
     
    • 7-9 months
    • 7″ / 18 cm
    • Partial shade - Shade
    • Raw
  • Ptilotus exaltatus Joey®

    • Sun Loving Beauty
    • Totally new genus from Australia
    • Thrives in hot, dry conditions
    • Increase Your Sales with Joey®
    • Joey® is truly a breeding breakthrough
    • Short crop times of 12-16 weeks allow for quick returns on this truly unique crop
     
    • 12-16 weeks
    • 13″ / 34 cm
    • Sun
    • ApeX
  • Ricinus communis Carmencita Bright Red

    • Seeds are poisonous, do not eat or feed and keep away from children!
     
    • 9-10 weeks
    • 59″ / 150 cm
    • Sun
    • Raw
  • Rudbeckia fulgida Goldsturm

    • Masses of long-lived golden yellow flowers with dark centers
     
    • 16-18 weeks
    • 28″ / 70 cm
    • Sun - Partial shade
    • ApeX
  • Rudbeckia hirta Denver Daisy

    • Compact, early flowering mid-sized series
    • Yellow flowers with dark centers all season
    • Recognized winner of several garden awards
     
    • 14-17 weeks
    • 24″ / 60 cm
    • Sun
    • Coated
  • Rudbeckia hirta Autumn Colors

    • Great landscape performer
    • Dark rustic shades
    • Size and Timing of Prairie Sun
    • Autumn colors shines in the fall!
     
    • 15-18 weeks
    • 22″ / 55 cm
    • Sun
    • Coated

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