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AGASTACHE (Hyssop) Simply some of the best plants we grow. Colorful spikes are displayed all summer long above aromatic foliage. These die-hards handle heat and drought conditions so well they hardly break a sweat. Tubular florets are loved by hummingbirds and butterflies. Technically perennials, but tender enough that we offer them here with our annuals. Full sun, average to dry soil.
NEW! sunrise series Bright, two-lipped flowers and bracts on tall spikes above lemon-scented foliage. Offered in 'Rose' and 'Salmon Pink'. H 18-24", spread 18"
NEW! 'Rose'
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ALSTROEMERIA (Peruvian Lily) These flowers which resemble miniature lilies are a must for your containers or in garden beds, in full to partial sun locations. All summer bloomer, also makes long lasting cut flowers.
NEW! 'Little Miss Zoe' A dwarf yellow-marked red flowering Alstroemeria with variegated, cream to pale yellow and green foliage. H 8-12"
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BEGONIA A popular bedding plant prized for its beautiful flowers and leaves, its wide variety of color and ability to thrive easily. Here at Andrews you will find begonias in some of our hanging baskets, they do very well in shade and part shade. It is important to grow them in a fertile soil with adequate drainage.
NEW! maculata 'Angel Wings' (Polka Dot Begonia) Known for its dramatic dark green leaves with dark red backs, that look like angel’s wings with silver dots. It’s an upright-cane type. H 12-18"
NEW! 'First Blush' Silvery lavender leaves are lightly kissed with raspberry, which gets more pronounced as the season passes.
NEW! 'Jurassic Silver Point' Dramatic leaves having dark, black pointed edges with a silvery-green inner margin and dark center. H 10-16"
NEW! 'Painters Palette' Red and green leaves washed with charcoal and black and liberally dotted with white at the edges. H 16" x 12"
NEW! 'Joy Pink' Joy Pink has a large full light pink flower and is a very exuberant bloomer.
NEW! 'Million Kisses Elegance' Fabulous, deeply cut, light pink blushed with white flowers arrive in masses. Excellent trailing habit for baskets.
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BIDENS A vigorous plant with finely cut foliage. This real treasure is covered with enchanting brilliant flowers from spring until a heavy frost. An ideal plant for weaving color amongst others in planters or hanging baskets. Full to part sun, average soil.
NEW! 'Blazing Embers' Mounded with an abundance of extra large, fiery orange, yellow and red flowers that remain stable all season long. 5-6"
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CANNA Big, tropical plants with bold flowers and richly colored foliage. These definitely make a statement and add a sense of lushness to your garden. They need lots of water, sun, and heat. They work well in containers. Dig up the rhizomes in the fall, store, and replant in spring.
NEW! generalis 'Cannova Mango' A semi dwarf Canna with green foliage with large pink flowers that are light on the inside and darker edged around the rim of each petal. H 3-4'
NEW! 'Island Madeira' Growing to 3 feet, Madeira has bright green foliage topped by brilliant red flowers delicately edged in glowing yellow.
NEW! 'Red Velvet' Striking red blossoms that emerge from the center of attractive chocolate and olive green leaves with crisp maroon margins. Grows 3'.
NEW! 'South Pacific Scarlet' Stunning red-orange plumes: a continuous show of color from early summer well into fall. H 18-36"
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CLEOME The Spider Plant is striking with its tall, upright stems, palmate leaves, and spidery clusters of flowers. New flowers form as old ones mature to long attractive pods. Cleome doesn’t mind the heat and often reseeds for the following year. Short lived cut flower. Full sun, average soil.
NEW! 'Creme de la Creme' Unique, variegated cream colored foliage with large, bright purple flowers. Reseeds freely. H 24-30"
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COLEUS (aka Solenostemon) Brightly colored foliage plants to brighten partial shade. Great accent plants in the ground or in mixed containers. Most of these varieties can go in full sun or full shade or anywhere in between.
NEW! 'Coleosaurus' Deep golden leaves netted with crimson red. Color deepens dramatically in strong light. Shade and sun tolerant. H 24-36"
NEW! 'El Brighto' Its leaves have a purple center surrounded by vibrant red with a beautifully scalloped, bright yellow edge. Give it bright light for best color. Shade and sun tolerant. H 16-24"
NEW! 'Kiwi Fern' Favored for its unusual, airy quality, this coleus has narrow, frilly leaves that are dark purple and red with yellow highlights at the edge. Shade and sun tolerant. H 12-18" mounded
NEW! 'Clownfish' Lovely leaves of coral, pale bronze, and yellow are surrounded with a unique edge.
NEW! 'Electric Eel' Pointed leaves are electric pink with a chartreuse edge.
NEW! 'Lemon Coral' Narrow, sea-green filagree leaves have a purple edge.
NEW! 'Red Snapper' Puckered purple leaves are surrounded by a wide and ruffled red edge.
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CORDYLINE Long sword-shaped leaves, exceptional plant to use for height and texture in container plantings. Sun to part shade. Bring indoors to overwinter. Most H 2-4'.
NEW! 'Black Night' Dark leaves line the dark upright stem.
NEW! 'Can Can' Can Can is unusual in that the leaves start out red and then age into variegated green and cream, so you will have both colors on a plant at the same time.
NEW! 'Pink Champagne' Striking variety with pink, green and cream stripes.
NEW! 'Renegade' Dramatic, broad, arching dark purple-black foliage that has a glossy lacquered finish.
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CUPHEA Very heat tolerant plants, originating from South America, form bushy mounds smothered in dainty colorful flowers. Once a customer discovers that these plants bloom non stop in hot weather even with a little neglect, they are always back for more the next season. Full to part sun.
NEW! 'Honeybells' A semi-trailing mounding habit, with eye-popping bicolor rose and light yellow tubular shaped flowers. Great for basket and container combinations. Part shade to full sun. H 10-12" X 20"
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DAHLIA pinnata Large, brilliantly colored blooms overlook a mound of leathery green leaves. A good bedding plant for a very sunny location. Attracts butterflies.
NEW! 'Bishop of York' 4" gold blooms are held on a gorgeous black foliage plant. H 4'
NEW! 'Dazzling Magic' Fully double, up to 10" flowers in yellow blending towards red in the center. H 40-42"
NEW! 'Kelvin Floodgate' If you like yellow, you'll love the classic, butter-colored flowers that arrive dinner plate-sized, at up to 10" across. H 36-40".
NEW! 'Vancouver' Full double colossal (up to 10") purple flowers with a lighter center. H 36"
NEW! 'Electro Pink' The world’s first dark-leafed, cactus-flowered Dahlia. Elegant hot cerise pink in color. Blooms 4" in diameter. H 12-16"
NEW! hypnotica series Large flowers, good branching, uniform in flowering through summer. Available as 'Icarus', yellow/red and 'Yellow'. H 12-18"
NEW! 'Sincerity' This charmer sees lots of early blooms (3-4") and has large pink and white bi-color flowers with just a touch of yellow at their center. Compact and dense. H 24"
NEW! 'Starsister Red and White' Showy, semi-double blooms with deep wine-red underpetals covered in white fringed petals and cheerful golden yellow centers. H 8-10"
NEW! temptation series The intense dark foliage makes the color of the 'Orange' and 'Lavender', really pop out. H 12-18"
NEW! 'Venti Passion Fruit' Huge blooms on compact plants with pink flowers. H 14-18"
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EUCALYPTUS A tender evergreen tree, native to southern Australia that makes an excellent foliage accent in our colder climate. Minty aroma. Full to part sun.
NEW! pulverulenta 'Baby Blue' Beautiful blue foliage most widely used in floral art. Striking smaller, multi-branched evergreen tree. Good species for the smaller gardens and containers.
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FERNS Fabulous foliage components integral to your gardens or containers; within this selection of ferns you’ll find the addition you need: either lacy, delicate, small, bold, or large. All can be overwintered as house plants. They need lots of humidity, indirect light and should never dry out.
NEW! ACTINIOPTERIS semiflabellatta 'Eyelash Fern' An un-fern like fern. It is a miniature variety that has fan shaped fronds and may reach 8" tall or so. Remains compact.
NEW! MICROSORUM diversifolium (Kangaroo Paw) An epiphytic evergreen with firm leathery fronds that are oddly shaped and vary in size. It’s an example of a rhizomatous fern. The kangaroo paw fern only grows to be about a foot tall but can spread out to 2-3 feet in width. Available in a 10" hanging pot.
NEW! WOODWARDIA orientalis 'Oriental Chain Fern' Tough-looking bipinnate, pointed-tip leaves that arch or droop elegantly. It has the presence of a tree fern but without the trunk. It will produce a vast number of little baby plantlets.
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FUCHSIA Shade lovers with intricate blossoms. The blooms consist of upward arching sepals (outer petals) and single or double corollas (inner petals) from which dangle long stamens. Each bloom looks like a dancing fairy. All prefer a cool, moist spot. Keep well-watered and fertilized during the heat of summer. Part shade to shade, though some varieties prefer more sun.
NEW! 'Eruptions' A trailing fuchisa with the beauty of a Gartenmeister upright. Covered with masses and masses of deep pink trumpet shaped blossoms when mature.
NEW! 'Marinka' Marinka is a trailing fuchsia bearing large flowers in two shades of red.
NEW! 'Mrs. J D Fredricks' The tube is pale salmon pink, the sepals salmon pink and the single corolla is rich pink. H 15-18"
NEW! triphylla 'Billy Green' This upright fuchsia bears typical slender, tapering tubular flowers with short sepals and small petals. Flowers are deep pink, and contrast beautifully with olive-green foliage. H 24"
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GERANIUMS pelargonium Long standing favorite annuals with a plethora of uses. Full to part sun, average soil.
NEW! 'Ivy Cascade Sophie' Single, 5 petal, pink flowers, compact and trailing, appear spring into fall.
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IPOMOEA (Sweet Potato Vine) A varied genus which includes the Morning Glory (See Annual Vines), Cypress Vine (See Annual Vines), as well as the popular “Sweet Potato Vines” , which are not known for their flowers, but loved for their foliage.
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LANTANA Heat loving plants with clusters of brilliantly colored florets, irresistible to butterflies and hummingbirds. Full sun.
NEW! 'Hot Blooded Red' A compact dense mound that produces a non-stop show of red hot flower clusters all summer. The sterile blooms allow it to focus its energy on prolific blooming, making it a superb choice for containers.
NEW! 'Luscious Marmalade' Bright orange flowers grace this extremely tough rebloomer, with yellow and red highlights. H 10-14"
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LISIANTHUS eustoma grandiflora Unusual and treasured annual rarely found in the marketplace. Exquisite blossoms reminiscent of a cross between a tulip and a rose carried upon lovely gray green foliage. A breath taking cut flower that endures up to two weeks. Moist, fertile soil with some added lime is a must. Full sun
NEW! 'Florida Blue' Deep blue flowers, heat tolerant, suitable for the garden or containers. H 8-10"
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MARIGOLDS tagetes Cheerful, bright flowers which bloom profusely all summer, and a tough, vigorous nature are the attributes which have made Marigolds one of the most popular bedding plants of all time. Full to part sun, average soil.
NEW! 'Flamenco' Each picotee flower flaunts bright yellow pastels bordered in reddish orange. Perfect for containers or in a flower bed, this marigold is jammed with flowers all summer long! H 10-12"
NEW! 'Hot Pack Flame' Bold gold flowers with yellow overtones and crimson centers. Dwarf, H 6-7"
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NEW! MONARDA citriodra (Lemon Bergamot) Lemon Bergamot has a wonderful taste and lemony aroma, usually grown as an ornamental or for its cut flowers. 1-3' plants with masses of tiered pink and purple blossoms from August until frost. Will self-sow, the dried flowers can be used in tea. Highly attractive to honeybees and other pollinators.
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NICOTIANA A large and varied genus of ornamental tobacco plants with tubular, star-shaped flowers carried above bold, sticky foliage. These tropical looking plants love heat, sun, and moisture.
NEW! 'Starmaker Bright Red' A sure hit with its dark red, star-shaped, trumpet flowers. These fragrant trumpet shaped blooms will attract both butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden. H 11-12"
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OSTEOSPERMUM A cool weather annual with showy, daisy-like flowers. Plants flower in spring and fall, but dislike summer’s extreme heat. Will give their best performance if deadheaded regularly. Always a favorite here at Andrew’s. Full to part sun, average soil. H 8-14"
NEW! 'Bright Lights Berry Rose' Heat tolerant plants with large rosy pink daisy flowers. Mounded habits really hold the flowers up for great flower presence. Continuous bloom or rebloomer, long blooming, deadheading not necessary. H 8-12"
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PENTAS lanceolata Pentas is one of the best butterfly-attracting plants around. It blooms all summer, even during the hottest weather, with large clusters of starry blooms that attract butterflies by the dozens as well as hummingbirds. Full sun.
NEW! 'Sunstar Red' Large clusters of bright red flowers all summer long without deadheading. H 18-24" X 16-24"
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PETCHOA supercal series Truly the All Weather Petunia, combining the best traits of both Petunias and Calibrachoas. Non-sticky foliage, large flowers and exceptional heat tolerance. Sun, H 10-16" x 12-20" W
NEW! 'Lavender Star' Stunning and abundant, lavender and white bicolor blooms.
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PETUNIA Blooming in almost any color imaginable, Petunias deserve a place in everyone’s garden. They are long blooming, versatile plants that look nice in both containers and in borders. Full to part sun.
NEW! 'Crazytunia Tiki Torch' From semi-upright to semi-trailing, the insanely bright colors and unusual patterns are a kaleidoscope of orange sorbet and cherry swirls.
NEW! 'Double Midnight Gold' This very unique, double flowering petunia has dark purple-black flowers edged in creamy yellow. Great branching with lots of flowers all summer. H 8-10" x 20-26"
NEW! 'Sweettunia Fiona Flash' Fiery tones in red and pink with a semi-upright habit with tons of flowers all summer with no deadheading. H 8-10"
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PHLOX drummondii Phlox drummondii is an annual phlox that is native to grasslands with many cultivars.
NEW! 'Popstars Mix' A fantastic show of single and bi-colored star-shaped flowers. The compact habit ensures good garden performance and amazing flower power. H 10-12"
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PHYGELIUS (Cape Fuschia) Native to South Africa, cape fuchsia will add vitality to your plantings with vibrant, showy flowers that bloom for months in summer and fall. Their eye catching funnel shaped flowers are attractive to hummingbirds. Four inch, lance shaped, shiny, dark green leaves give the plant a handsome appearance. Full sun. 18-36"
NEW! 'Trewidden Pink' Soft pink with darker throat and a yellow lip.
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PLECTRANTHUS We can’t say enough about Plectranthus. Its coloring, shape, and habit make it one of the finest accent plants we have ever grown. Sun or shade.
NEW! 'Guacamole' Guacamole shows off with bright yellow leaves sporting deep green patches and dark red stems. H 18-24"
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POPPIES Showy, colorful blooms with papery petals dance upon wiry stems throughout most of the summer. Attractive seed pods add interest in the garden or in arrangements. Plant early in the season while soil is moist and cool. Once established, poppies thrive in hot, sunny, dry locations.
NEW! 'Raspberry Ripple' Crinkled look with various shades of pink. A dark pink starts out in the middle, fading into a light pink mixed with white on the edges. This flower turns heads in the garden! H 18-24"
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RUDBECKIA A member of the sunflower family, all are native to North America and many species are cultivated in gardens for their showy yellow or gold flower heads. These tender perennials may overwinter or reseed. Flowering July into October. Pest free. Full sun to light shade.
NEW! 'Ruby Ruby' Super large, double to semi-double, ruby wine petals with dark black centers on dwarf plant. H 10"
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RUELLIA brittoniana Brittoniana is a tall and stately wildflower from Texas with long, linear leaves and large flowers appearing mid-summer into fall. A handsome plant for the pond edge as it doesn’t mind wet feet. Reseeds freely. Sun to light shade and consistently moist soil.
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SALVIA A decorative bedding plant grown for its showy flower spikes flaunting an astonishing array of colors. Upright branching habit. Attractive to hummingbirds and butterflies. Full sun and amply moist, average garden soil.
NEW! 'Unplugged So Blue' The true blue multiple flower spikes are plentiful and show an intense brightness. Can be used as a compact thriller in combinations and landscape areas. H 14-24"
NEW! 'Radio Red' Flowers are true, bright red. Maintains its color longer than other red varieties. H 16-18"
NEW! 'Blue Suede Shoes' Crisp, light blue flowers each with a black calyx on tough plants. H 30-40"
NEW! 'Lighthouse Red' Showy, fire engine red flower spikes. Long lasting blooms are annual favorites of the hummingbirds. Makes an excellent "thriller" in a container garden and the landscape. H 24"
NEW! x. 'Roman Red' Pump up the drama with ‘Roman Red’s vibrant 6" spikes on hardy 28–34" bushes. Vivid red-scarlet blooms soar above contrasting wine-purple sepals. Sun or partial shade.
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NEW! STREPTOCARPUS ladyslipper series (Cape Primrose) A relative of the African Violet, it is a compact plant that will bloom nearly all year long if you remove the fading flowers before they turn to seeds. Can grow up to 12" tall and produce 2" wide trumpet like blooms. Likes medium indirect light, prefer cooler temps, a ideal house plant. Offered in 'Blue Vein', 'Red Bi-color' and 'Grape Ice'.
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SUCCULENTS This group of easy to grow, forgiving plants are bound to enchant you with their unusual colors, textures, growing habits, and extraordinary flowers. Succulents prefer smaller pots, as too much root room can deplete their energy with only root growth. Keep them snug and they’ll keep you happy; mixed containers of succulents create magical displays. Grow in full sun and keep on the dry side.
NEW! arboreum 'Zwartkop' Award winning succulent with large rosettes of glossy, fleshy, dark burgundy leaves. In full sun the foliage is almost black adding drama and interest to succulent arrangements.
NEW! perforata 'Variegata' (String of Buttons) One of the best-loved stacked Crassula species with alternating, triangular leaves of pale green and cream variegation.
NEW! picturata 'Tiger Jade' A little succulent with small, shield-shaped leaves of grey-green. Each leaf is spotted with a contrasting darker blue-green and perfectly edged with dots. Blooms start as red buds then open to pale pink and white.
NEW! ECHEVERIA 'Exclusive Collection' (Mexican Hens and Chicks) All Echeveria grow in a rosette on short stems.They grow quickly. In fact, this succulent house plant produces offsets -- called chicks -- in abundance. If they get too crowded in their pot, cut them off and propagate them. Give these beauties a try!
NEW! EUPHORBIA ferox This fierce Euphorbia has extra thick, sharp, purple thorns and should be handled with care. It grows wild in South Africa and is extremely drought tolerant. Keep this spiky wonder in bright sunlight and it will produce clusters of offsets around its base.
NEW! HAWORTHIA reinwardii Slow growing, clumping, columnar rosettes. Great for miniature gardens. 4-6"
NEW! KALANCHOE houghtonii (Mother of Millions) The look has green leaves that are large and have baby plantlets on the edges. The plantlets grow rapidly, anywhere they land on, they can grow.
NEW! PACHYVERIA glauca 'Little Jewel' Tapered leaves of dusky, powdery blue with reddish tints at the tips. Leaves actually look like jewels. H 3-4"
NEW! SEDEVERIA 'Blue Burrito' Blue rosettes with leaves that come to a soft point. Forms clusters easily, and will trail over the side of a pot.
NEW! lineare Sedum lineare is a mat-forming evergreen stonecrop that is native to eastern Asia. It typically grows to 4-6" tall but spreads by erect stems to 12" or more wide.
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SUNFLOWERS helianthus annuus No garden should be without the cheery beauty of a Sunflower. Loved by children and goldfinches. Because of their large roots and long stems, sunflowers are heavy feeders and grow best in nutrient-rich soil. Offered are 12 different varieties : some tall, short and many different colors. Full sun.
NEW! 'Giant Teddy Bear' Giant Teddy Bear Sunflowers are a big hit with gardeners! Easy to grow, these fluffy headed beauties will reach nearly 6 feet tall!
NEW! 'Sun Buzz' Meet the pot sunflower they’ll want again and again. SunBuzz keeps pumping out more blooms, thanks to the big show of secondary flowers. H 12-20"
NEW! 'Suncredible Yellow' (Everblooming Bush Sunflower) This everblooming sunflower is built on a well branched bush-like habit that is perfect for the back of the bed, as an annual screen or along a fence. The blooms are about 4” across and do not need to be deadheaded to continue blooming, but can be groomed for tidiness. This plant blooms several weeks longer than similar sunflowers due to its semi indeterminate to determinate habit. Great for pollinators and will pump blooms all season and well into the fall for a great seasonal pop of color. H 24 - 42 inches X 20 - 32 inches
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NEW! TRADESCANTIA zebrina 'Zebra Stripes Collection' Trailing foliage accent plant for sun or shade. Works great in mixed planters, hanging baskets and as a ground cover.
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VINCA major The well known Vinca vine found tumbling out of window boxes everywhere. Great foliage addition to mixed containers. Sun or shade.
NEW! 'Expoflora' Vines of variegated, glossy green leaves with white margins. 12-16" long
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