Month of Long Lasting Gold
These are the classics in shades of yellow. Our low, mid-sized and tall spots of light will look great on their own or mixed in with bold or muted warm or cool hues. This color pack ties it all together.
Gorgeous, flat-topped clusters of yellow flowers are repeat bloomers it deadheaded regularly. A good choice for gardens in hot, humid areas, this cultivar resists mildew well. (1-Quart)
Stella D’Oro Daylily
THE classic Daylily. Super fragrant dark yellow blossoms contrast well with the dark green foliage. Use these beauties in the border, in a mass planting or as a terrific filler in a container. (1-Quart)
Our yellow coneflower has large, lightly reflexed petals surrounding a deep purple cone. The deep green, spade-shaped leaves make this a landscape favorite. (1-Quart)
This little yellow carpet plant makes and outstanding groundcover or rock garden specimen. The succulent foliage turns red in the winter and covers the garden in tiny, brilliant yellow flowers in spring. (1-Quart)