• African Daisy Zion Copper Amethyst

    African Daisy Zion Copper Amethyst

    Some flowers are just fun, and the new Zion series of African Daisies is high on this list. Where else can you grow such amazing blooms, their color so neon-bright and unusual that it scarcely looks real? Of course, they're more than just pretty faces; these big blooms last a long time in garden or vase, and the compact plants are adaptable to containers as well as the sunny annual bed. Zion is a must-have this season for nonstop blooms that always make visitors gasp and do a double take!Copper Amethyst is the showpiece of the family, an amazing color…

  • Alaska Shasta Daisy - Wildflower

    Alaska Shasta Daisy - Wildflower

    This easy-to-grow perennial has large, white daisy flowers with bright yellow centers; great for your cottage garden and perfect as cut flowers. Contains 100-300 heirloom seeds

  • Alaska Shasta Daisy, Shasta Daisy

    Alaska Shasta Daisy, Shasta Daisy

  • Arctotis South African Pearl Daisy

    Arctotis South African Pearl Daisy

    (70-80 days)  A shining pearl in the garden. Silvery petals kissed with a purple blush, soft, gray-green foliage, and long stems make this a great cut flower. Blooms throughout the summer.  Attracts bees and other beneficials.  Flowers close at night

  • Banana Cream Leucanthemum superburn Shasta Daisy Plant

    Banana Cream Leucanthemum superburn Shasta Daisy Plant

    Plant Patent Applied For. CPBRAF.Destined to be the workhorse of your cutting garden, 'Banana Cream' is a super-floriferous, long-blooming Shasta Daisy with flowers that begin bright lemon-yellow before maturing through all shades of pastel into ivory cream! A fully blooming plant is a breathtaking sight, and the flowers last 2 weeks or more in the vase, assuring you of months of beautiful indoor arrangements!Measuring 4 inches across, these blooms are technically semi-double, an extra layer of petals beneath the first adding depth and still more color to the display. The long, slender, very crowded petals surround a merry golden-orange center…

    Plant Patent Applied For. CPBRAF.Destined to be the workhorse of your cutting garden, 'Banana Cream' is a super-floriferous, long-blooming Shasta Daisy with flowers that begin bright lemon-yellow before maturing through all shades of pastel into ivory cream! A fully blooming plant is a breathtaking sight, and the flowers last 2 weeks or more in the vase, assuring you of months of beautiful indoor arrangements!Measuring 4 inches across, these blooms are technically semi-double, an extra layer of petals beneath the first adding depth and still more color to the display. The long, slender, very crowded petals surround a merry golden-orange center…

  • Banana Cream Shasta Daisy

    Banana Cream Shasta Daisy

    One of the best daisies available—blooms its heart out! Vigorous grower produces full, double petal blooms all summer long, adding bright color to borders, containers and cutting gardens. Blooms start out lemon yellow then become butter yellow as they age, finishing in a creamy white. 3-4" blooms feature an extra row of ray petals that help to create a fuller appearance. Disease-resistant and compact. Grows 15-18" tall and wide. Ships in a 3" pot. Zones 5-9 Leucanthemum superbum ‘Banana Cream’ PPAF

  • Becky Leucanthemum superburn Shasta Daisy Plant

    Becky Leucanthemum superburn Shasta Daisy Plant

    Winner of the 2003 Perennial Plant of the Year Award, Becky is everything a Shasta should be, and more. It blooms profusely, on extra-sturdy stems that know how to stand up to a little -- or a lot of! -- heat and humidity. Its season extends from midsummer right into fall, without a rest. And its giant flowers are a brighter, more beautiful white than others, making this variety stand out among all the Shastas!These daisies measure a full 4 inches across, and are stuffed with long, slender, very eye-catching white petals and a bold golden eye. Performing well even…

    Winner of the 2003 Perennial Plant of the Year Award, Becky is everything a Shasta should be, and more. It blooms profusely, on extra-sturdy stems that know how to stand up to a little -- or a lot of! -- heat and humidity. Its season extends from midsummer right into fall, without a rest. And its giant flowers are a brighter, more beautiful white than others, making this variety stand out among all the Shastas!These daisies measure a full 4 inches across, and are stuffed with long, slender, very eye-catching white petals and a bold golden eye. Performing well even…

  • Becky Shasta Daisy Plant

    Becky Shasta Daisy Plant

    Winner of the 2003 Perennial Plant of the Year Award, Becky is everything a Shasta should be, and more. It blooms profusely, on extra-sturdy stems that know how to stand up to a little -- or a lot of! -- heat and humidity. Its season extends from midsummer right into fall, without a rest. And its giant flowers are a brighter, more beautiful white than others, making this variety stand out among all the Shastas!These daisies measure a full 4 inches across, and are stuffed with long, slender, very eye-catching white petals and a bold golden eye. Performing well even…

    Winner of the 2003 Perennial Plant of the Year Award, Becky is everything a Shasta should be, and more. It blooms profusely, on extra-sturdy stems that know how to stand up to a little -- or a lot of! -- heat and humidity. Its season extends from midsummer right into fall, without a rest. And its giant flowers are a brighter, more beautiful white than others, making this variety stand out among all the Shastas!These daisies measure a full 4 inches across, and are stuffed with long, slender, very eye-catching white petals and a bold golden eye. Performing well even…

  • Berlandiera lyrata 'Chocolate Daisy'

    Berlandiera lyrata 'Chocolate Daisy'

    Perfect for chocoholics! Dwarf plants with an airy habit producing vibrant yellow daisy-like flowers with striking red stripes on the undersides, and chocolate colored, chocolate scented stamens. Plants bloom in the evening and show off their flowers each morning, then drop their petals as the temperature rises. Best planted in small groups to achieve the most intense chocolate fragrance. 60-70F. Well-drained soil. Z7-9. 12-18in.

  • Bronze Daisy Hardy Mammoth Mums

    Bronze Daisy Hardy Mammoth Mums

    A truly perennial mum that can withstand temperatures as cold as -30°F! Years of careful breeding went into producing mums this big, this vigorous and this beautiful. You’ll be amazed when you see their perfect cushion shape and hundreds of beautiful, brightly colored flowers that butterflies just love! Plant them in full sun to partial shade, either individually or as a hedge, and then enjoy their spectacular fall beauty. They are so easy to take care of—no pinching, pruning or deadheading required! Plants grow to 3 1/2' high and 5' wide. Ships in a 3" pot. Zones 3-9 Chrysanthemum morifolium

  • Chocolate Daisy

    Chocolate Daisy

    Wow! That's what neighbors will say when they venture into your chocolate-scented garden. Flowers appear in late summer and emit a candy fragrance.Grows 5-20 in. tall in full sun to part shade. Butterflies love them,too! Start seed indoors 8-10 weeks before last frost. $3.99 $5.99 $5.99

  • Chrysanthemum, Shasta Daisy

    Chrysanthemum, Shasta Daisy

    The classic daisy is a versatile border plant.  Attracts beneficial insects and makes a great cut flower.Divide plants in third year. USDA Zones 5-9.

  • Coral Daisy Hardy Mammoth Mums

    Coral Daisy Hardy Mammoth Mums

    A truly perennial mum that can withstand temperatures as cold as -30°F! Years of careful breeding went into producing mums this big, this vigorous and this beautiful. You’ll be amazed when you see their perfect cushion shape and hundreds of beautiful, brightly colored flowers that butterflies just love! Plant them in full sun to partial shade, either individually or as a hedge, and then enjoy their spectacular fall beauty. They are so easy to take care of—no pinching, pruning or deadheading required! Plants grow to 3 1/2' high and 5' wide. Ships in a 3" pot. Zones 3-9 Chrysanthemum morifolium

  • Crazy Daisy

    Crazy Daisy

    Sure to generate compliments, these unique daisies offer loads of style. Ruffled white petals surround sunny yellow centers.Your garden will bloom with summertime cheer! Full sun to partial shade. Blooms mid to late summer. Grows to 24-28in. tall. Zones 5-9. Potted. If the current shipping season is closed, your order will ship at the proper time in the next season. $3.99 $1.99 $3.99

  • Crazy Daisy Shasta Daisy Plant

    Crazy Daisy Shasta Daisy Plant

    No two blooms are just alike on this incredible just-for-fun Shasta Daisy! The 2?-inch blooms are fully double -- in fact, they're so crammed with petals you might be tempted to call them triple! -- and boast solid white petals around a small, buttery center. Beyond that, every bloom is distinct. The petals take just about every form you can imagine, from quilled to frilled to twisted to flat! On a plant in full bloom, this creates an unbelievably lush, chaotic effect!The plant reaches 24 to 28 inches tall, making it a great size for beds, borders, or even containers.…

  • Dahlberg Daisy

    Dahlberg Daisy

    The plant you love to neglect! Little-known and less appreciated, Dahlberg Daisy is a quiet treasure for baskets, containers, and the garden. No seed is easier to grow, and once the blooms begin, you can forget about it for days on end . . . but you won't, because the cheery yellow daisies, framed in very lush, ferny foliage, are too eye-catching! An inch across, they arise in mass in spring and summer on 12-inch plants. So easy and rewarding!Sow seeds indoors 6 weeks before last frost. Then, once the seedlings have at least two sets of true leaves, transplant…

  • Daisy May™ Leucanthemum superburn Shasta Daisy Plant

    Daisy May™ Leucanthemum superburn Shasta Daisy Plant

    Plant Patent Applied For. Cultivar name: 'Daisy Duke'This new Shasta is an improvement in so many ways over all previous varieties! First, it matures earlier, so the blooms start several weeks sooner each summer. Second, it is more floriferous than others. Third, it's compact and tight, with less foliage to detract from the gorgeous flowers. And fourth, it's eager to rebloom heavily if deadheaded.Just 12 to 24 inches high and 10 to 14 inches wide, Daisy May™ starts flowering two to four weeks sooner than most others, thanks to a shorter vernalization requirement. The flowers are 3 inches wide, single…

    Plant Patent Applied For. Cultivar name: 'Daisy Duke'This new Shasta is an improvement in so many ways over all previous varieties! First, it matures earlier, so the blooms start several weeks sooner each summer. Second, it is more floriferous than others. Third, it's compact and tight, with less foliage to detract from the gorgeous flowers. And fourth, it's eager to rebloom heavily if deadheaded.Just 12 to 24 inches high and 10 to 14 inches wide, Daisy May™ starts flowering two to four weeks sooner than most others, thanks to a shorter vernalization requirement. The flowers are 3 inches wide, single…

  • Daisy Mix

    Daisy Mix

    Daisies galore! If you love daisies—and who doesn’t?—you’ll be thrilled by this magnificent collection in shades of bright red, yellow and orange! Includes Coreopsis, Cosmos, Black- Eyed Susan, Indian Blanket and more. Blooms all summer! Perennials and self-seeding annuals return next year! Direct sow after last frost. If the current shipping season is closed, your order will ship at the proper time in the next season.

  • Daisy or Yellow Shipper

    Daisy or Yellow Shipper

    85 days. Very tough rinds make this one of the best yellow varieties for shipping. Rinds are striped and flesh is bright yellow, crisp, sweet and very tasty! Fruit weigh 13-20 lbs. This variety was found growing in a field of watermelons by a customer of Burrell Seed Co.

  • English Daisy Galaxy Mix

    English Daisy Galaxy Mix

    Ready to flower heavily over a long season (then rest and do it again!), Galaxy is the hardest-working English Daisy we have ever grown. Its 3 bright colors -- white, rosy pink, and rich red -- all sport a merry yellow eye and double the petals of most others, and whether you cut them for the vase or enjoy them in garden or container, they are very long-lasting and weather-tough. And once you plant Galaxy, it will obligingly self-sow for countless seasons to come!This biennial needs no cold period to flower, so you can begin the seeds indoors in winter…

  • English Daisy Habanera® Red Tips

    English Daisy Habanera® Red Tips

    The humble English Daisy never looked so good! This stunning bicolor is fully double, jammed with needle-thin, swirled petals, and larger than other Bellis. Resembling a sea anemone or exhibition-quality Dahlia, it is a nice way to dress up early spring in containers or the garden!Habanera Red Tips's blooms measure 2 inches across and appear even larger, for the central petals stand straight up in a tight red spiral. They completely hide the foliage on this neat, compact plant, which grows just 6 inches high and wide in partial shade. A fine choice for baskets, windowboxes, and patio containers, Habanera…

  • Filigree Daisy Plant

    Filigree Daisy Plant

    Here's a wonderful solution for problem dry soils -- a drought-tolerant perennial with attractive lacy silver foliage and dozens of bright chrome-yellow daisies from late spring through early summer. If you have sandy, clay, or dry soil -- or even the good loamy stuff! -- Filigree Daisy is the ideal planting to transform a trouble spot into a showpiece!This perennial is hardy from one end of the country to the other, even at high elevations. The foliage is low-growing and very dense, forming a mat of ferny silvery-gray beauty just a few inches high. (Once the flowers appear, the plant…

  • Gloriosa Daisy Autumn Colors

    Gloriosa Daisy Autumn Colors

    If these gigantic blooms were facing forward instead of held straight up, you'd think they were Sunflowers, so massive are they! It's not enough to say that Autumn Colors has the largest blooms ever grown on a Gloriosa Daisy -- these flowers are more than DOUBLE the size of traditional varieties, ranging from 5 to a full 7 inches across! And as if that weren't exciting enough, each bloom is uniquely ringed and petalled, giving you a varied bouquet from even a small planting! (But why would you ever want a small planting of this showstopper? Break out the tiller…

  • Gloriosa Daisy Prairie Sun

    Gloriosa Daisy Prairie Sun

    Such lighthearted, sunny blooms -- and so HUGE, reliably patterned, and long-lasting! Prairie Sun is a splendid Gloriosa Daisy, with all the vigor and bloom strength you'd expect in an American native, PLUS giant blooms of brilliant yellow with a green eye and luscious primrose tips! No wonder it won a 2003 All-America Selection award!Prairie Sun's eye-popping blooms measure a full 5 inches across, and unlike those of many Gloriosa Daisies, boast a very stable color pattern, giving the plant a more formal look. Prairie Sun reaches 3 feet tall and is simply loaded down with flowers over a long…

  • Indian Summer Rudbeckia Gloriosa Daisy Plant

    Indian Summer Rudbeckia Gloriosa Daisy Plant

    This is the largest Black-Eyed Susan we have ever grown, with single and semi-double blooms stretching out 6 to 9 inches across! Yet all this bloom power is supported by sturdy, compact plants that reach just 3 to 3 1/2 feet tall and never need staking! Rudbeckia is one of the joys of the country garden and naturalized display, and these rich golden blooms just glow in the summer and fall sun, replacing themselves as quickly as you can cut them! They attract butterflies and compliments by the dozen, and are unrivalled in cut flower arrangements. Indian Summer won an…

  • Livingston Daisy Mix

    Livingston Daisy Mix

    Daisy-like blooms on 4-in. plants that spread 10-12in. Plants tolerate drought and salt conditions. Sow seeds indoors 8-10 weeks before last frost. Blooms all summer. $5.99 $2.49

  • Livingstone Daisy Harlequin Mix

    Livingstone Daisy Harlequin Mix

    What a charming alternative to evergreen ground covers! This free-flowering, drought-tolerant, easy-to-care-for plant just takes off in the hot, dry soil that others find unfriendly. All summer long it sports masses of many-colored blooms on low, quick-spreading plants!The cheery 1½-inch daisies have a crisp, cool look, with dozens of long, slender petals jammed around a black eye. They face straight up on 6-inch plants, turning ordinary garden spots into mosaics of brilliant color! In addition to solid white, yellow, orange, pink, and red shades, some blooms are bicolor, sporting a ring at the base of the petals. Very showy!Harlequin Mix…

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    Michaelmas Daisy Crimson Brocade

    Splendid autumn colour! No perennial garden is complete without these compact, mounded plants that will produce loads of red, clustered, semi-double blooms just in time to complement the changing leaves. 3-8 #1 Plants 36-48" Full Sun Summer to Frost If our spring shipping season is closed, your order will be shipped the following spring.

  • Osteospermum Asti™ MIx

    Osteospermum Asti™ MIx

    Love the compact, heavy-blooming Astis™? We do too, which is why we're delighted to offer all 3 colors -- including AAS-winningin an economical mix. A very heat- and drought-tolerant variety, Asti™ is so long-blooming that you may just have to move these plants from the cutting garden to front-and-center in the annual bed!The 3 colors in this series combine beautifully. All boast a deep blue center, surrounded by long petals of white, lavender-blue, or deep rosy purple. The flowers reach about 2 inches wide, with tightly-spaced petals held straight out on long, wiry stems.Perfect for cutting, these blooms also look…

  • Osteospermum Asti™ White

    Osteospermum Asti™ White

    Winner of a 2008 All-America Selection, Asti™ White is the first separate color for African Daisies available from seed. A very heat- and drought-tolerant variety, Asti™ is so long-blooming that you may just have to move these plants from the cutting garden to front-and-center in the annual bed!These spanking-white blooms are so neat and tidy, their closely-spaced petals surrounding a handsome dark center. The flowers reach about 2 inches wide, with petals held straight out on long, wiry stems. Perfect for cutting, these blooms also look good on the plant, thanks to a more compact, tight habit. Expect the flowers…

  • Paper Daisy Best Mix

    Paper Daisy Best Mix

    What a dilemma -- these Paper Daisies are so gorgeous in bloom that you may want to let them dazzle the summer garden, yet if you cut them in bud they make fabulous dried arrangements that last for months! Luckily, the problem is solved by these floriferous 2-foot plants, which generously give you enough blooms for garden, vase, and Everlasting use!Fully 2 inches across and jammed with thin, strawlike petals just drenched with color, these blooms begin in early summer and keep coming until fall on vigorous 2-foot plants. Appearing above the gray-green foliage, they are held upright on strong…

  • Prairie Sun Gloriosa Daisy Plant

    Prairie Sun Gloriosa Daisy Plant

    Such lighthearted, sunny blooms -- and so HUGE, reliably patterned, and long-lasting! Prairie Sun is a splendid Gloriosa Daisy, with all the vigor and bloom strength you'd expect in an American native, PLUS giant blooms of brilliant yellow with a green eye and luscious primrose tips! No wonder it won a 2003 All-America Selection award!Prairie Sun's eye-popping blooms measure a full 5 inches across, and unlike those of many Gloriosa Daisies, boast a very stable color pattern, giving the plant a more formal look. Prairie Sun reaches 3 feet tall and is simply loaded down with flowers over a long…

  • Purple Mountain African Daisy Plant

    Purple Mountain African Daisy Plant

    This gorgeous African Daisy sets masses of bright purple blooms from late spring until midsummer, absolutely covering the mat of rich green foliage. Very easy to grow, it tolerates dry soil but prefers part shade in extreme heat. Use 'Purple Mountain' in containers, mass plantings, cutflower arrangements, or anywhere you need a splash of eye-catching color! Zones 5-8.

  • Red Daisy Hardy Mammoth Mums

    Red Daisy Hardy Mammoth Mums

    A truly perennial mum that can withstand temperatures as cold as -30°F! Years of careful breeding went into producing mums this big, this vigorous and this beautiful. You’ll be amazed when you see their perfect cushion shape and hundreds of beautiful, brightly colored flowers that butterflies just love! Plant them in full sun to partial shade, either individually or as a hedge, and then enjoy their spectacular fall beauty. They are so easy to take care of—no pinching, pruning or deadheading required! Plants grow to 3 1/2' high and 5' wide. Ships in a 3" pot. Zones 3-9 Chrysanthemum morifolium

  • Rudbeckia Denver Daisy™

    Rudbeckia Denver Daisy™

    What a great idea this was! For the 150th anniversary of the city in 2008, Denver decided to introduce a new twist on the native Black-eyed Susan, give away seed in schools, banks, and other offices all over the city, and blanket the landscape in color. Denver Daisy™ was a sensation, and this hardy perennial will be beautifying the landscape for years to come! Now you can enjoy these giant blooms on drought- and pest-resistant plants too!Bred from the nativespecies and R. 'Prairie Sun,' Denver Daisy™ sports6- to 8-inch blooms with outstretched petals of purest yellow. At the base of…

  • Shasta Daisy 'Snow Lady'

    Shasta Daisy 'Snow Lady'

    So many blooms over such a long season on such tidy, vigorous dwarf plants! 'Snow Lady' won an AAS award for beauty and garden performance, and one look at this tough, floriferous perennial will show you why. The 2½-inch single blooms begin in early summer and continue all season!Just 9 to 12 inches high and wide, this perennial forms a neat, tight, very well-branched plant with dark green foliage and sturdy, thick flowerstems. The blooms are bright daisies, with closely-set white petals around a golden-yellow center. Very long-lasting both on the plant and in the vase, they are a cut-flower…

  • Shasta Daisy 'White Breeze'

    Shasta Daisy 'White Breeze'

    'White Breeze' is a dream come true for Shasta Daisy lovers everywhere! These bright, wide-open white daisies appear the very first year from seed -- just sow the seeds in late winter, set the plants out in spring, and by midsummer you will be admiring smiling white blooms by the dozen! Very well adapted, this European award winner is set to win over gardeners in all parts of the country!The flowers are large, very bright, and long-lasting, thanks to extra-strong stems on plants just 10 to 12 inches high. The first year the blooms may not arise until midsummer, but…

  • Shasta Daisy Crazy Daisy

    Shasta Daisy Crazy Daisy

    No two blooms are just alike on this incredible just-for-fun Shasta Daisy! The 2 1/2-inch blooms are fully double -- in fact, they're so crammed with petals you might be tempted to call them triple! -- and boast solid white petals around a small, buttery center. Beyond that, every bloom is distinct. The petals take just about every form you can imagine, from quilled to frilled to twisted to flat! On a plant in full bloom, this creates an unbelievably lush, chaotic effect!The plant reaches 24 to 28 inches tall, making it a great size for beds, borders, or even…

  • Snowcap Leucanthemum Shasta Daisy Plant

    Snowcap Leucanthemum Shasta Daisy Plant

    Beautifully patterned in plum-purple and pure white, 'Royal Snowcap' is a striking presence in garden or vase. The standards are white, the falls a plummy shade of purple edged in snowy white, and the petal edges nicely ruffled. If there is a more regal Iris, we have yet to see it!Boasting 10 to 13 buds on every flowering stem, 'Royal Snowcap' is a generous bloomer in mid- to late season. It reaches about 40 inches high, a good choice for the middle to rear of the Iris garden, its velvety texture and rich colors standing out even in a crowded…

  • TIGEREYE™ Tiger Eye Gold Rudbeckia Gloriosa Daisy Plant

    TIGEREYE™ Tiger Eye Gold Rudbeckia Gloriosa Daisy Plant

    For an unbelievable mass of brilliant color, you'll want to try this new Rudbeckia! Flaunting more blooms than you could possibly imagine on a single plant, it produces loads of branches lined with dark green leaves that are topped with 3- to 4-inch golden-yellow flowers whose richly colored petals surround a distinctive dark brown center. And its improved resistance to powdery mildew means its not-stop display will last even longer, from early summer to early fall! Zones 6-9.

  • Venidium Zulu Prince Daisy

    Venidium Zulu Prince Daisy

    18-24" (80-90 days)  One of our favorite flowers, Zulu Prince is a delight for the eyes and the imagination.  Thrives in drought.  Eye catching, dynamic cut flower, although blooms close at night.