New For 2020

Texas Violet Salvia

New For 2020

For 2020, High Country Gardens continues its tradition of introducing new plant varieties. "The plants we offer are easy-to-grow, beautiful, and adaptable to a wide range of climates, cold hardiness and low-water conditions," said chief horticulturist David Salman. "Our plants celebrate the concept that landscape and garden plants should reflect the natural beauty and growing conditions of each local climate.”

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  1. Soft Colors Garden Bulb Collection

    Our Soft Colors Garden Bulb Collection features Crocus, Hyacinth, and Daffodil blooms for the early-to-mid-spring garden. Perfect for extending the bloom season of the Soft Colors In...

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    Soft Colors Garden Bulb Collection Soft Colors Garden Bulb Collection
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    $100.72 Sale $85.61
    Per Collection of 155
    Our Soft Colors Garden Bulb Collection features Crocus, Hyacinth, and Daffodil blooms for the early-to-mid-spring garden. Perfect for extending the bloom season of the Soft Colors Inferno Strip Pre-Planned Garden. Simply plant bulbs among perennials to enhance your garden and provide early season nectar for bees and pollinators. Collection of 155 bulbs.
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  2. Mellow Yellows Coneflower, Echinacea 'Mellow Yellows'

    Mellow Yellows Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) is a study in harmony with beautiful blossoms ranging from cream to gold. Blooming from early summer to first frost, Mellow Yellows has...

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    Mellow Yellows Echinacea Mellow Yellows Coneflower Echinacea purpurea Mellow Yellows
    As low as $11.99 Sale $9.59
    Per Plant - 5" Deep Pot
    Mellow Yellows Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) is a study in harmony with beautiful blossoms ranging from cream to gold. Blooming from early summer to first frost, Mellow Yellows has a long-lasting steady supply of blooms, making it an essential garden workhorse. Butterflies, bees, and birds are frequent visitors to Echinacea, and you can leave tall, sturdy flowers up over the winter for visual interest and food supplies. Beautiful for cut flowers on long, sturdy stems.
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