Our Pansies and Violas are New England natives, cold grown in Western Massachusetts. They’ve spent the winter comfortably getting familiar with the cold weather so an early spring chill, cold snap, or even snow doesn’t bother them. They are stronger plants overall so they last longer into the season. These are classic Pansies and Violas in a range of clear solid colors and bearded faces. They come in the versatile four-inch size that’s great for pots, garden beds, and craft projects. This is also our go-to size for splashes of right now color, in between the perennials, and for designing smaller gardens.
Cold Grown In Western Massachusetts
Stands Up To Cold Early Spring Weather, Even Snow
Classic Pansies and Violas In Colorful Solids And Faces
Versatile Size Is A Go-To For Splashes Of Color
For some classic New England charm our Early Spring Perennials will be shipping in a variety of sizes. Creeping Phlox is very popular—it says New England in a way that few other perennials do. This variety makes an excellent groundcover, especially for hilly land. It holds onto a very steep slope and keeps the soil covered, plus it doesn’t need mowing! Our Creeping Phlox provides a carpet of color in white, pink, or blue. You’ll find that the blue also has notes of pink in it, creating a very pretty lavender-blue effect.
Classic New England Charm
Excellent Groundcover, Especially For Hills
Mowing Is Not Required
Carpet Of Color In White, Pink, Or Blue
Bright, cheery Pansy faces say hello to spring and good-bye to the dreary days of winter. Pansies in the nine-inch size are great for landscaping, especially for covering a lot of ground quickly. They come in a wide range of colors to paint beds and borders in fresh shades for the season. We like to place Pansies in among the perennials, and use them along the sidewalk to greet neighbors as they pass by on their daily walks and bike rides.
Sun To Part Shade
Great For DIY Landscaping
Covers A Lot Of Ground Quickly
Wide Range Of Colors
Like an old friend, Osteospermum is ready to cure that case of cabin fever with bright, colorful daisy-like blooms in a range of shades for cooler weather. It works well in both sun and shade areas of the garden and provides lots of beautiful cut flowers. African daisies are great for right now color and they keep the blooms coming from early spring all the way through autumn. Use them to amp up the drama in containers and borders.
Colorful Daisy-Like Blooms
For Both Sun And Shade Areas Of The Garden
Right Now Color That Lasts Through Autumn
Add Drama In Containers And Borders
Our Viola Treasure Bowl is a lush display of color—sometimes you can’t even see the green leaves beneath the flowers! This is decorating made simple: just place a Treasure Bowl on the tabletop, porch, or any spot that needs instant color and enjoy. Plant a Treasure Bowl in the garden where it spreads wider without the bowl holding it back, for an impressive carpet of color.
Lush Display Of Blooms
Instant Color Makes Decorating Simple
Place On Tabletops Or Porches
Forms A Carpet Of Color In The Garden
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