Our Pansy Sunbasket offers a lush display of color in basket form, with flowers virtually covering the bright green foliage! Just hang one from a porch, branch, or shepherd’s hook in the sun. Vibrant Pansy or Viola Treasure Bowls make decorating simple: bring one home and place it on the tabletop, porch, or any spot that needs sprucing up in an instant. Try planting one in the garden—it spreads wider without the bowl for an impressive carpet of color. Sunbaskets and Treasure Bowls are planted using our special Liberty coco fiber soil. It retains moisture and has slow-release fertilizer built right in, so you’ll spend less time watering and feeding your plants—and more time enjoying them!
Lush Display Of Blooms
Instant Color Makes Decorating Simple
Special Liberty Soil Means Easy Care
Spend More Time Enjoying Your Plants
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
Liberty Violas are cold grown in Western Massachusetts, just like our Pansies, so they have the same tolerance for the potentially frigid weather of early spring in New England. Actually, they like the cold even better than Pansies do and work especially well for March and April gardening. Viola flowers are smaller than Pansy flowers but there are lots and lots of them, creating a rich carpet of color in garden beds, baskets, and window boxes. Our four-inch size is great for decor projects. It fits nicely in a teacup on the windowsill and can be used to create a charming mini landscape or a colorful, whimsical fairy garden.
Cold Grown In Western Massachusetts
Suitable For Gardening In March And April Weather
Smaller Blooms But Many, Forming A Carpet Of Color
Decor Size Fits In A Teacup Or Miniature Garden
Dianthus is a study in contrast: vivid pink, red, or bicolor flowers pop against dense green to blue-green foliage. These mounded plants have a grasslike appearance and the pretty blooms can be single or often double. Dianthus is great if you need a mass of color for edging or groundcover. We like to use it in rock gardens or along stone walls for the eye-catching blooms and interesting texture, plus the plants thrive in the fast-draining soil.
Vivid Single Or Double Blooms
Mound Of Blue-Green Grasslike Foliage
Pink, Red, Or Bicolor Flowers
Great For Edging Or Groundcover
Bright, cheery Pansy faces say hello to spring and good-bye to the dreary days of winter. Our cold grown 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. Versatile four-inch Pansies go anywhere—into pots, garden beds, and craft projects. This is our go-to Pansy size for splashes of right now color in between perennials. We like to use Pansies along the sidewalk to greet neighbors as they pass by on their daily walks and bike rides.
Cold Grown In Western Massachusetts
Wide Range Of Colors
9IN Size For DIY Landscaping
4IN Size For Containers And Crafts
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