New and Cool at Sargent's

Featured New Plants for 2013!

Grass for Annual Pots
Proven Winners Pennisetum 'Vertigo Thriller'

This grass makes a great focal point and adds architectural interest to a planter of annuals. It is very easy to grow in a full sun setting. It is pest and disease-free and grows to 36"-48".

Proven Winners Calibrachoa 'Superbells Lemon Slice'

There is nothing more super than Superbells. Calibrachoas are a new type of plants that sort of look like little Petunias, only Superbells aren't sticky, perk right back up after it rains, and stay compact and bushy even when stressed. 

They grow 6 - 10 inches tall, with long, trailing branches cascading over the sides of hanging baskets and other containers, and spreading over flower beds. Hummingbirds LOVE these!

They are know for their vigor, heat tolerance and resistance to disease. You don't have to deadhead old flowers or pinch back stems. Water only when the top of the soil feels dry. Too much water makes their roots rot (Ick). Full sun. Fertilize once a month. This is an annual, that needs to be re-planted each year.Superbells Lemon Slice

Coleus

Coleus 'Under the Sea'

This annual offers deeply dissected leaves in a bright fuchsia with chartreuse margins.

It is an upright, mounding thriller for mixed containers or the landscape. It does well in sun or shade and grows to 18" tall with 12" spread.

Oste 3D White

Osteospermum - 3D Berry White

This new Osteospermum likes full sun so it can bloom all day and night! Cut back in late summer to encourage reblooming and improve habit. It grows to 12-14" tall and wide.

Mecardonia Gold Dust

Small green leaves are covered with yellow nemesia-like flowers from May through October, excellent heat tolerance. It's a perfect trailing flower for your pot or baskets in a full sun setting! Deadheading is NOT necessary.
Mercardonia Gold Dust

Valentine Bleeding Heart


Dicentra spectabilis VALENTINE® 
Bleeding Heart

If you love the classic look of Old Fashioned Bleeding Hearts but are looking for an updated color palette, try this new red flowering selection. 

This variety grows quickly to form a robust clump of deep green foliage topped with arching flower stems in late spring.  When the foliage is emerging in spring, it has a tinge of pretty purple color to it. It prefers part shade and is deer resistant!

 

Echinacea Cheyenne Spirit
Echinacea 'Cheyenne Sprit'
Coneflower

This is a perennial that includes rich shades of tomato red, near-fluorescent orange, magenta, golden yellow, and white blossoms. Though the height of each color varies slightly, they are all very well-branched, bushy plants that fill out the pot nicely and have high color impact in the landscape.

This one is a can’t miss new variety!

They're great in a sunny location and are deer resistant!

 

Baby Joe Pye Weed

Eupatorium 'Baby Jo'
Joe Pye Weed

Joe Pye Weed has great summer and fall interest. Most Eupatoriums grow very large, so this smaller version is much more versitle. They attract butterflies in droves. 

It takes sun to shade and is deer resistant!