Tuberous Begonia Boulder, Colorado

Tuberous Begonias: Begonia x tuberhybrida

Begonias are a traditional favorite and available in a wide range of flowering forms. The bloom types also vary from single to double and tiny to large, but all are complimented by attractively lush green foliage. Flowers bloom in shades of red, white, yellow, orange, pink, and salmon.

Fuchsia: Fuchsia hybrid

Fuchsia's dangling blooms are admired and loved by gardeners and hummingbirds. The dangling blooms and buds bring grace, color and a touch of old-fashioned charm to their surroundings. Suited for baskets, beds or containers. Flowers in shades of pink, purple, red, white, orange, and bicolor. Some of our favorite fuchsia varieties are best suited for hanging baskets because of their trailing... Read More »
Impatiens walleriana

Impatiens: Impatiens walleriana

Impatiens are the go to choice for bringing instant color to shady sites. The variety of flower colors range from bright to pastel to striped - and all have lush green foliage. Simply gorgeous planted in a mass grouping offering a full spread of color,
Mimulus hybrida

Mimulus: Mimulus hybrida

This plant gets its common name, Monkey Flower, from the flower buds resembling the face of a monkey. A fun, colorful addition with flowers from red, pink, orange, yellow, white, and bicolor. The large tubular flowers create great dimension and are a welcome sight to hummingbirds.

Coleus: Solenostemon

A go-to choice for shady foliage plantings, and now many sun-loving varieties are readily available as well. A multitude of striking foliage hues, variegation patterns and designs have lead to the naming of many Coleus varieties. Especially attractive with trailing and narrowly vertical plant companions when added for its height, ranging up to 24 inches.

Wishbone or clown flower: Torenia

A flower with an outspoken design lends itself the common name of Clown Flower or Wishbone Flower. Torenia has a lush, loosely open growth habit with single or bicolored velvety blooms, each with a stroke of yellow on its lower lip.