Seasonal Color Growers

Providing quality annuals and perennials for landscape professionals since 1999

Rudbeckia Tiger Eye Gold

Cheerful and sunny in any garden.

Zinnia Profusion Double Deep Salmon

This beautiful Zinnia works almost anywhere.

Angelonia Archangel Dark Rose

This Angelonia really brightens the space. It's Pink Perfection!

Coleus Trusty Rusty

A strong, sturdy coleus with fiery orange color. Love the gold edge.

Rudbeckia Denver Daisy

It's hard to resist the cheerful nature of this bright and bold flower.

Vinca Cora Cascade Strawberry

An amazing, trailing vinca that is perfect for containers!

Hot Summer Color!!

Begonia Whopper Bronze Leaf Rose, Duranta, Angelonia Serenita Purple, Colocasia Black Magic

Colors of Summer

Begonia Big Bronze Leaf Rose, Lantana Lucky Sunrise Rose, Salvia Wendy's Wish

Leucanthemum Victorian Secret

We Had Spring!

What a quick and amazing spring season we all had this year. The weather was great and most everyone has their flowers in the ground. For the late ones, we still have a fresh crop growing and plenty to design beautiful, colorful displays.

Now that we are in a dry, hot spell ... make sure your irrigation is getting plenty of water to the roots and not just a mist on the foliage. An inch of water per week is recommended and more can be needed for your SunPatiens if they are not well established right now.

We appreciate all the support from our great clients! You're the best!
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Phone: (770) 461-4643
  • Preparing for Spring

    By Jenni on Wednesday, February 24, 2016
    We are working in that period of unpredictable spring weather where you can't decide if you really need that jacket to loading on the layers. February, March and April in the south can throw out everything from snow and ice, hail, high winds, thunder storms and tornadoes. …
  • Can Your Accents Survive The Snow?

    By Jenni on Wednesday, March 12, 2014
    This has been a brutal winter on our seasonal color this year and we have heard more comments about accents like kales, cabbages and snapdragons that are struggling with the snow and ice. Consider using Collards for an accent that is tough as nails. The proof is in this photo shot after two winter events producing snow first and later a hefty coating of …

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