• African Violet Fantasy Hybrid Trailing

    African Violet Fantasy Hybrid Trailing

    A distinctive look for African Violets, this trailing mix is one of the loveliest ways to showcase the lovely blooms and unusual foliage! Hang a basket in front of high windows and let the blooms tumble down, gorgeous in shades of pink and blue plus fresh-as-snow white! This mix contains both single- and double-flowered forms, so you can create many different effects for the home!Blooming just 5 to 6 months from sowing, these 1 1/2- to 2-inch blooms arise in clusters on lateral stems (somewhat like strawberry runners) amidst, handsome, heavily textured dark green foliage. A favorite for its profuse…

  • African Violet Fantasy Hybrids

    African Violet Fantasy Hybrids

    If you love African Violets, the sheer variety of this mix will delight you! And if you've never tried this lovely houseplant before, Fantasy is the place to start! You'll get single-, semi-double-, and double-flowered blooms in all the bright jewel tones of the family, including bicolors! Blooms of deep purple, lilac, pink, rose, red, and white -- all with a tiny buttery center! -- top these neat, rosette-shaped 4-inch plants for a long-lasting display!Blooming just 5 to 6 months from sowing, these 1 1/2- to 2-inch blooms arise in clusters above handsome, heavily textured dark green foliage. A favorite…

  • Blazing Stars Floristan Violet

    Blazing Stars Floristan Violet

    Welcome in the garden or vase, these tall wands of airy violet arise in abundance on strong, erect 3-foot stalks. Happy in full sun or part shade, Floristan Violet remains attractive long after its midsummer bloom, with fresh, grasslike foliage staying neat and colorful well into fall.A hardy perennial that blooms reliably and attracts butterflies to the garden, this Gayfeather is a long-lived joy. Pkt is 50 seeds.

  • Corsican Violet 'Bastian Blue'

    Corsican Violet 'Bastian Blue'

    Much more weather-tough than Pansies, Violas don't mind the rough storms of spring and the cold snaps of fall, and 'Bastian Blue' shows its toughness with nonstop blooms over 3 long seasons. If there is a more free-flowering Corsican Violet (or a more lovely one!), we have yet to grow it!Just 8 to 10 inches high and wide, this perennial makes a fine groundcover, edging, or container choice, its fresh green foliage remaining colorful and healthy well into winter in many climates. Its deep blue blooms, 1 1/2 to 2 inches wide, begin in late spring and continue right through…

  • Impatiens Accent Violet Hybrid

    Impatiens Accent Violet Hybrid

    Liven up the shady garden or porch with these vividly-colored violet blooms, which bloom in great profusion all season long. A less common color for Impatiens, this bright violet combines beautifully with the reds, whites, and pinks of more traditional varieties, and is also a fine complement to green-leaved foliage plantings in the shade. You'll want to plant some in containers, too, so you can enjoy the exquisite blooms up close!Accent combines all the good qualities you expect from Impatiens: it's stronger, earlier and longer to bloom, and super-floriferous, with huge 2 1/4-inch blooms all over neat, low-growing 10-inch plants.…

  • Impatiens Shady Lady Violet Hybrid

    Impatiens Shady Lady Violet Hybrid

    Unsurpassed for mass color in those hard-to-fill shady landscape spots, Shady Lady is one of American gardeners' favorite Impatiens, and this rich violet is an unusually strongly-colored shade for the Impatiens family. The blooms radiate cool, deep color in the shade, and are spectacular when planted with pink, red, or white Shady Ladies. These 2-inch blooms arise over a long season beginning in early summer and ending with frost. The 12- to 15-inch-tall plants are bushy and neat, needing neither pruning nor clean-up, and both the blossoms and their stems are weather-resistant and sturdy. Always reliable for solid coverage and…

  • Meconopsis b. 'Hensol Violet'

    Meconopsis b. 'Hensol Violet'

    Scintillating, silky blooms in a glorious shade of mauve adorn this rare form of the exquisite Himalayan poppy. A breathtaking subject for woodland borders and shady areas. Germination: 30-100 days, 55-70F. Well-drained soil. Z7-8. 36in.

  • Petunia Easy Wave® Violet Hybrid

    Petunia Easy Wave® Violet Hybrid

    How could the award-winning, super-popular Wave® series of Petunias possibly be improved upon? By introducing Violet Easy Wave®, with a more mounding, slightly less spreading habit, that sets new blooms from the center as well as the ends of each stem, keeping the planting looking fresh and newly-opened month after month!Petunia Wave® has taken the gardening world by storm since its introduction a few years ago. Its spreading habit is just stunning, covering ground at the rate of several inches every single day, and trailing lots of big, colorful blooms as it goes! Red Easy Wave® doesn't reach quite as…

  • Silver Gem Appalachian Blue Violet

    Silver Gem Appalachian Blue Violet

    This tough beauty has luminous leaves of silver with green veins! Forms a dense, ground-hugging mat dotted with dainty lavender blooms from spring through fall. Exceptionally drought tolerant! Average, well-drained soil; 3-5" tall, 15" wide. Ships in a 3" pot. Zones 5-8 Viola walteri ‘Silver Gem’

  • Silver Gem Viola walteri Appalachian Blue Violet Plant

    Silver Gem Viola walteri Appalachian Blue Violet Plant

    A delightfully mounding, trailing little plant with striking variegation and bold violet-blue blooms, 'Silver Gem' is a fine new selection of our native Appalachian Blue Violet, developed for the Mt. Cuba Center in Delaware and perfect for a partly shaded spot in your border or best container.The heart-shaped leaves of this perennial are deep olive-green with silver streaks and a purple reverse. Lush and mounding, they add rich color to any setting. And dotted among them are small, delicately striped violet-blue flowers that begin in mid-spring and continue all the way to mid-fall.The blooms are abundant and eye-catching on plants…

    A delightfully mounding, trailing little plant with striking variegation and bold violet-blue blooms, 'Silver Gem' is a fine new selection of our native Appalachian Blue Violet, developed for the Mt. Cuba Center in Delaware and perfect for a partly shaded spot in your border or best container.The heart-shaped leaves of this perennial are deep olive-green with silver streaks and a purple reverse. Lush and mounding, they add rich color to any setting. And dotted among them are small, delicately striped violet-blue flowers that begin in mid-spring and continue all the way to mid-fall.The blooms are abundant and eye-catching on plants…

  • Snapdragon Twinny Violet

    Snapdragon Twinny Violet

    It's a brand-new look for merry Snaps! 'Twinny Violet' blends bright crimson and magenta into large "butterfly" (double) blooms that jostle one another for space on compact dwarf plants. Standing tough despite harsh spring or fall weather, this bedding plant is just right for containers as well as the sunny bed.The 'Twinny' series is the first Snap to offer double-flowered blooms on a dwarf habit! And you'll be able to enjoy them up close, because the stems are ideal for cutting, and you get so many blooms you'll have plenty for the garden, too. Combine 'Twinny Violet' with other luscious…

  • Vinca Cora™ Violet

    Vinca Cora™ Violet

    This new Vinca has been two decades in the making, the disease-fighting technology developed for it is so revolutionary that it's actually being patented! Until now, Vinca has been prey to "sudden death" in humid, rainy, or very hot climates. Now the cure has been discovered, and Cora™ is ready to thrive in the most damp and moist conditions without turning a petal! It's a whole new day for this lovely, long-blooming plant!Cora™ is a very well-branched, heavy-blooming plant about 14 to 16 inches high and 25 inches wide. The blooms are a bright shade of purple, and they appear…

  • Violet Podded Stringless Bean

    Violet Podded Stringless Bean

    70 days. Like purple beans in general, Violet Podded Stringless germinates well in cool soil, and its flowers are usually the first bean flowers to appear. Sturdy 6-8 foot vines readily set highly refined pods that maintain superb flavor and tenderness even when they reach 6-7 inches long. These beans turn green when cooked and occasionally are not completely purple. Brown seeds.

  • Violetta Pac Choi

    Violetta Pac Choi

    30 days for baby greens, 50 days for heads. The striking appearance, crisp and sweet flavor, and high nutritional value of Violetta make it the perfect choice to use as a baby green or as a full-headed pac choi. The rich violet leaf tops contrast beautifully with green undersides and stems. Serve baby greens fresh in salads, and use mature heads in stir-fries and soups. A great source of vitamin A, calcium, and iron.