Top Value — Save off individual
prices! Specially selected by Spring Hill’s
nursery professionals to provide variety, charm
and lavish color for any garden. Three each:
Black-eyed Susan, Red Coral Bells, Dwarf Gaillardia,
Blue Chip Campanula, Little Miss Muffet Daisy,
Ivory Peach Bellflower, Pink Coneflower, Butterfly
Blue Scabiosa, Moonbeam Coreopsis and Pink Coreopsis.
Includes complete planting instructions.
|A) Coral Bells,|
|B) Daisy, Black|
|C) Daisy, Little|
|D) Gaillardia, Dwarf|
|E) Campanula, Blue|
|F) Bellflower, Ivory|
|G) Scabiosa, Butterfly|
|H) Coneflower, Pink|
|I) Coreopsis, Pink|
This collection includes:
A Red Coral
Bells (3), Graceful 15-20″ spikes with crimson
flowers above mounds of light foliage .
B Daisy, Black Eyed Susan (3),
These are one of the few perennials to remain
in bloom until frost stops them..
C Little Miss Muffet Daisy
(3), These dainty white and yellow blooms are
a favorite perennial of American gardeners.
D Gaillardia, Dwarf (3), Showy
plant gives a riotous display of color from late
spring until frost stops its color dance..
E Campanula, Blue Chip (3),
Darling upturned bells in vivid blue smother heart-shaped
foliage all summer long .
F Bellflower, Ivory Peach (3),
Graceful border plant bears a multitude of bell-shaped
blooms on strong stems up to 30″ high. .
G Scabiosa, Butterfly Blue (3),
Lavender-blue flowers with pincushion-like centers
bloom in spring, continue all summer into fall..
H Pink Coneflower (3), Drought-resistant,
long-lasting daisylike blooms are bright purple-pink
with contrasting maroon centers .
I Pink Coreopsis (3), Enjoy
months of lovely little pink, daisylike blooms
– early summer into fall. Superb in the rockery,
for borders, in containers, as a ground cover..
J Moonbeam Coreopsis (3), A
splendid addition to the perennial border, ideal
in containers or hanging baskets. Drought and