|Verbena 'Seabrook's Lavender'|
So, we are impatient for real spring, when the threat of frost, freeze, ice and cold wind have passed.
Entertain yourself for a few minutes with these new selections from Blooms of Bressingham - they should show up in garden centers this spring.
Verbena 'Seabrook's Lavender' sprouts large flowers. A low-growing, spreading plant, its blooms put on a show from June until late September. Height is 3 inches, spread is 22 inches. A tender perennial discovered by UK gardening journalist and broadcaster Peter Seabrook in his garden.USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to10; AHS Heat Zones 12 to 1.
|Coreopsis Sweet Marmalade|
Campanula poscharskyana 'Blue Rivulet' has star-shaped flowers. Perfect for a smaller garden and container combos. Height is 6 to 7 inches and width is 10 to 12 inches. USDA Hardiness Zones 5 to 9.
|Campanula Blue Rivulet|
And! There's a not-to-be-ignored Helenium called Mardi Gras.
|Helenium Mardi Gras|