• Lavatera Dwarf 'Pink Blush'

    Lavatera Dwarf 'Pink Blush'

    Blushing beauties add a splash of pink to any sunny border or patio. Large, white blooms are accented by rose-pink stripes extending from the center. Easy to grow. Performs well sown in drifts, borders, or large containers. Germination: 14-30 days, 65-85F. Well-drained soil. 28in

  • Lavatera trimestris 'Silver Cup'

    Lavatera trimestris 'Silver Cup'

    Dwarf, bushy, well-branched, covered in glowing pink flowers. Weather resistant. 24in. Germination: 14-30 days, 65-85F. Well-drained soil. Direct sow in spring.

  • Lavatera trimestris 'Twins Cool White'

    Lavatera trimestris 'Twins Cool White'

    Specially bred for improved disease resistance and great garden performance. Bushy plants, smothered in a beautiful array of fully round satiny 'Cool White' blooms from June to September. Add color to annual borders, or will create spectacular containers. Germination: 14-30 days, 65-85F. Well-drained soil. 16-20in.

  • Lavatera Twins Hot Pink

    Lavatera Twins Hot Pink

    Specially bred for improved disease resistance and great garden performance. Bushy plants, smothered in a beautiful array of fully round satiny 'Hot Pink' blooms from June to September. Add color to annual borders, or will create spectacular containers. Germination: 14-30 days, 65-85F. Well-drained soil. 16-20in.

    The Twins series is such a new take on Tree Mallow that it's elevated this down-home plant into an exotic beauty! Winner of the Fleuroselect Gold Medal, Europe's top honor for seed (and one that's handed out about once a blue moon, not every year by any means!), the Twins are earlier-blooming, more compact, more floriferous, and more disease-resistant than any other Lavatera!These blooms are splendid -- a full 3 to 3½ inches wide, with petals so bright (they're a deep rosy-pink) you can spot them from down the street. They arise PROFUSELY on compact plants just 12 to 16…

  • Silver Cup Lavatera

    Silver Cup Lavatera

    (70-80 days)  Lovely rose pink blossoms grace the garden from mid-summer to frost on robust, freely branching, fast growing plants.  Also known as rose mallow.  Best direct seeded.