Flowers are available in yellow, gold, orange and russet.Plant in a sunny location in average, well-drained soil.
Deadheading once or twice during the season will revive flowering.Several forms are available; use the trailing or moss types as a colorful, heat-tolerant groundcover or for cascading over a retaining wall.Dark green foliage complements a variety of bloom colors, including mauve, raspberry, purple, yellow or white. Plant in full sun and in masses for brilliant color from late spring to fall.Blanket flower will not last the winter if planted in heavy clay; well-draining soil is a must.Space plants 3 feet apart to give them room to colonize.
In midsummer cut the plants back about one-third to avoid having too-tall plants that get toppled by wind.These daisy-like flowers attract butterflies and bees and are deer-resistant. USDA Hardiness Zones: 3 to 11 (Pictured: 'Arizona Sun') Salvia produces its showy spikes in late spring to fall, depending on the species and cultivar.Salvias belong to an enormous family; flowers range in color from white, pink, violet and blue and are attractive to butterflies.We remain one of the last few independent garden centres and ‘real’ nurseries in the area.Our helpful, friendly staff know all about plants and can freely advise customers if required.Plant in full sun to part-shade in moist, well-drained soil. USDA Hardiness Zones: 5 to 9 (Pictured: Salvia nemorosa) Named for the shape of its buds, this long-lived perennial blooms from mid to late summer.