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Manage Push Notifications If you have opted in for our browser push notifications, and you would like to opt-out, please refer to the following instructions depending on your device and browser. Close View image. To 3 inches tall, spreading wider, with small, triangular, wavy-toothed leaves. Dark-veined violet flowers, white at petal bases and centered with a lighter eye, open above the foliage in spring.

From eastern North America. To 23 inches high, spreading indefinitely by runners. Fragrant white flowers with purple veining have sharply reflexed petals. Likes moist soil with lots of organic material. Native to Spain. To 68 inches high and 8 inches wide, with smooth, wavy-edged leaves. Purple, pansylike, slender-spurred flowers about inches across.

Modern strains and selections are complex hybrids with larger, shorter-spurred flowers; they come in solid colors purple, blue, yellow, apricot, ruby-red, white or with elaborate markings faces.

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Plants in the Sorbet and Penny series are top performers in the South; Gem and Jewel series do very well too. From eastern and central North America. To 6 inches high, 10 inches wide.

Toothed, heart-shaped leaves to 4 inches across. Blue, 34 inches-wide flowers are held well above the leaves in early spring. Good ground cover; no runners, but self-sows liberally and can become a pest. Thrives in moist and wet soils. Alba has white flowers.

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The violet often sold as 'White Czar'white with yellow throat veined in blackis a selection of this species; the name, however, correctly belongs to an old variety of Viola odorata. The violet of song and story.

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To 8 inches high, feet wide. Probably native to Europe.


Dark green, heart-shaped, inches-long leaves with toothed margins. Fragrant, short-spurred flowers to 34 inches wide or wider in deep violet, bluish rose, or white. For better spring display, remove runners and shear rank growth in late fall, then apply a complete fertilizer in earliest spring.

So named because its finely divided leaves resemble a bird's foot.

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In this book it accidentally got placed within the family of the Ranunculus. There are over varieties available of this romantic spikes of Flowers. The Delphinium has a broad colour assortment, even per colour it is available in various shades. The Delphinium is nice to use as a mono bunch or as a luxurious touch in your floral arrangement with Summer Flowers. Gladiolus originates from Africa, was loved for its roasted root.

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The version we know today is not edible, but eye candy only. This floral hero has a heroic meaning. After being discovered in Africa it took over the Roman empire. Gladiators would fight each other to death and when a gladiator won, he would be showered with Gladioli. Gladioli are excellent to use when creating a bigger floral design. Not only, is the length of the Flower eye-catching, it also offers a double treat: the flowers bloom on both sides of the stem. Allium is a member of the Liliaceae family.

These plants grow in temperate regions of the northern hemisphere. Yet, later it became the family name for all onion crops.