Helianthus 'Italian Green Heart' produces creamy white flowers with contrasting green centres. A branching variety, the flowers are perfect for fresh, cut flower arrangements - especially if gathered while still in bud.
In adorable shades of apricot, peach with a soft rose centre, Cosmos 'Apricotta' will soon become a firm favourite amongst florists and gardeners. Early to flower the unusual blooms have a magical iridescence and the long stems are perfect for cutting .
Onion 'Lilia' produce a beautiful shiny intense red, inner core with dark green leaves. Despite their gorgeous appearance this variety has a delicately mild flavour and has the benefit of being able to be grown either as a salad onion or main crop.
The latest addition to this wonderful series, Zinnia ‘Queen Lime with Blush’ has a wonderful ombré gradient on the petals, the coloration transitions from a soft lime green to a muted dusty raspberry. Perfect for bridging between different colour spectrums.
Agastache cana 'Heather Queen' is a dynamic landscape plant and a particularly beautiful form. Dark pink tubular flowers on tall stiff stems from mid-summer until late autumn. Pollinators are drawn to its fragrance, the intense coloration and their sweet nectar.
Helichrysum 'Salmon Rose' is a lovely mixture of buff, peach and salmon colours. Useful in the garden and one of the finest subjects for bouquets, the papery, double flowers will last indefinitely when dried.
With cascading tassels of the most wonderful coral-pink. Amaranthus 'Coral Fountain' is a great addition to the garden and a superb filler for the vase. With generous treatment, specimens three or four feet or more with enormous drooping tassels of flowers can be obtained.
Developed specifically for the cut flower market, Callistephus 'Matsumoto Scarlet' is a premium variety that can be sown at anytime from January to July for flowering April through to October. It produces tall, sturdy stems with large heads of beautifully soft, semi-double flowers.
Calabrese 'Green Belt F1' is currently number one among early varieties due to its excellent, fine grain and its ability to produce abundant shoots. With a wide adaptability, it produces sturdy plants that grow well in almost any soil and under any conditions.