• Add the incredibly fresh, citrus scent of lemon blossoms to your home by growing a lemon tree! Fragrant white flowers bloom among attractive, glossy green leaves. Lemons begin to appear in the spring, and as they mature they help to provide visual interest for the remainder of the year. Lemon trees are extremely hardy and grow well indoors while providing edible fruit to enjoy in beverages, in cooking, and as garnishes. The included, color-coordinated metal pot with handles makes it easy to move your tree from one location to another.

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    • Fun and fast-growing
    • Self-pollinating, so only one tree is needed to produce fruit
    • Glossy evergreen foliage provides the background for vivid yellow fruit
    • Excellent teacher appreciation and housewarming gift
    • Lemon trees adapt well to container culture and only require transplanting to a larger, well-draining container as needed
    • Prefer sunny location
    • Grows 6-8’ tall
    • Plant 15’ apart
  • Looking for a shade-loving plant to brighten a shady area in the garden? Hostas fits the bill perfectly. This Hosta assortment of popular varieties provides plenty of texture and color, yet needs little care. Mildly fragrant purple or white trumpet-shaped flowers are carried on graceful panicles that rise above the attractive foliage. In mid-summer tall spikes bearing fragrant bell-shaped lavender flowers appear amid the mounds of foliage. Easy to care for and grow, they rarely need dividing. Try them as the center plant for a distinctive touch in a container on a shaded or north-facing patio or deck. No matter where they’re planted, Hostas will be pleasing to the eye.

  • Poppy Prince of Orange has huge tangerine blooms with a satiny texture and long-lasting garden flair. Despite their delicate appearance, oriental poppies are extremely hardy. The Oriental Poppy ‘Prince of Orange’, Papaver orientale, has double orange flowers with black centers and bred for charm and style. Poppies love the sun but are not averse to light shade, so they are a great addition to borders and beds in any area of the garden. Plant them this year and you will enjoy their blooms for many seasons to come!

  • Looking for a shade-loving plant to brighten a shady area in the garden? Hosta ‘White Feather’ fits the bill perfectly. Unique in color, the leaves emerge and unfurl a creamy white with almost pointy tips and as the weeks progress mature to a greenish white. In mid-summer tall spikes bearing fragrant bell-shaped lavender flowers appear amid the mounds of foliage. Easy to care for and grow, they rarely need dividing. Try them as the center plant for a distinctive touch in a container on a shaded or north-facing patio or deck. No matter where they’re planted, Hosta ‘White Feather’ will be pleasing to the eye.

    • Fragrant bell-shaped lavender flowers bloom in mid-summer. Great in borders and as garden path edges.
    • Prefer full shade to partial shade
    • Grows 20-24″ tall
    • Plant 18-24″ apart
    • Perennial in Zones 3-9
    • Bloom time: spring
  • Daylilies are a perfect for large plantings, banks, or any spot in the garden that needs bursts of color. This mix contains all the popular colors, pink/white, pink/salmon, red/yellow, yellow, green/white. Easy to grow, very little maintenance and resists pests and disease.