Pictures of Sunflowers

Big pictures of sunflowers. Buy sunflower images, pics and framed prints to use in your home decor. Gorgeous sunflower photos will inspire you in decorating with sunflowers. Send a Glorious Fall Bouquet The sunny yellow blooms of sunflower plants are some of the most cheerful types of annual flowers you can grow. It makes you feel good… Continue reading Pictures of Sunflowers

Cheddar Pinks

Dianthus gratianopolitanus Of the cheddar pinks, Bath’s Pink Dianthus gratianopolitanus is the most popular. But Mountain Mist and Firewitch Dianthus are close contenders for this title. Bath’s Pink Dianthus The pink flowers have dark eyes and fringed petals which curve slightly at the tips. The fragrant flowers appear in abundance in late spring. Dianthus Bath’s Pink is a low growing… Continue reading Cheddar Pinks

Growing Coneflowers

Rudbeckia & Echinacea Coneflower Plants Growing perennial coneflowers: Rudbeckia and Echinacea plants. Purple, green and prairie coneflower will fill your garden beds with late season color. Buy plants and seeds here. Purple coneflowers flourishing around a pond. When bright pink, orange, yellow or white coneflowers burst into bloom they are the glory of the late summer landscape. A single… Continue reading Growing Coneflowers

Rudbeckia Goldsturm

Growing Black Eyed Susans Rudbeckia Goldsturm (sometimes misspelled Rudbeckia Goldstrum) is the most popular black eyed Susan perennial growing in the U.S. today. Rudbeckia Flowers, Norfolk, UK Photographic PrintSmith, GaryBuy at AllPosters.com With its huge yellow-orange coneflowers and big deep chocolate centers, it’s easy to see why Rudbeckia fulgida Goldsturm is such a hit. Each bloom consists of 12-15 long,… Continue reading Rudbeckia Goldsturm

Black Eyed Susan Vine

Thunbergia spp Black Eyed Susan vine, Thunbergia alata and other species. Planting and caring for climbing black eyed Susan vines. Thunbergia alata ‘Sunny Lemon Star’. Hailing from tropical Africa, this twining vine climbs 6-8 feet high and is planted as an annual throughout the temperate zone. In zones 9-10b it is perennial. The inch and a half wide single… Continue reading Black Eyed Susan Vine

Echinacea Plant Varieties for Sale

Purple coneflower Echinacea plant varieties in all their wonderful colors and forms including E. purpurea, the species used for herbal remedies. Echinacea purpurea growing wild by a lake. Most of the plants for sale here are ornamental coneflowers. They may have similar herbal properties to the species, but they were not bred for medicinal use.  They are best… Continue reading Echinacea Plant Varieties for Sale

Double Decker Coneflower & Other Double Coneflower Types

The Double Decker coneflower is unique in that its brown central cone is topped by what looks like another, smaller bloom. The other double coneflowers listed here feature pompon tops. All are cultivars of the Echinacea purpurea plant. Growing Tips forDouble Echinacea Flowers Echinacea, White Double Delight 1 Plant Like all Echinacea plants, the double-flowered types can be sited… Continue reading Double Decker Coneflower & Other Double Coneflower Types

Black Eyed Susan Flower, Plants & Vine

Growing black eyed Susan flower, plants and vine. Rudbeckia fulgida, hirta and planting the yellow black eyed Susan vine Thunbergia alata. Annual and perennial types of Rudbeckia varieties. My Aunt Charlotte is understandably proud of her black eyed Susan flowers. Is Black Eyed Susan Child Safe? Thunbergia alata is safe to grow around small children. The Rudbeckias might not be. They are toxic to… Continue reading Black Eyed Susan Flower, Plants & Vine

Green Coneflower Plants

Green Wizard Rudbeckia occidentalis Nutt& Other Types Perennial green coneflower varieties: ‘Green Wizard’ (Rudbeckia occidentalis Nutt) also called black and western coneflower, ‘Green Envy’ and ‘Green Jewel’. Great Price on Double Knock Out® Rose Collection R. occidentalis Nutt is a coneflower without the flower petals. The bloom consists of a 2-3 inch tall torpedo-shaped dark purple-brown to black cone surrounded… Continue reading Green Coneflower Plants