2009 MB 3-3.5″ full depth/form makes this a top choice in it’s class. Wedding white blushed with baby blush pink around sides. Sturdy stems make it an excellent cut flower choice. A consistent show winner and lovely in bridal bouquets! Grows on a nice 5′ plant.
1989 FD 3″ purple with a white undertone on a 4+’ plant. Tons of blooms with good upright stems for cutting.
FD These 3″ blooms are yellow, white, and wine-red. Each bloom displays different patterns of it’s colors on a 3-1/2′ plant. Long stems for cutting. A really fun grab bag of surprises with this one!
2013 MB 3″ peach-honey colored balls brushed with deep mauve. Lots of blooms on this bushy 3-1/2 – 4′ plant. Excellent cut flower.
1994 FD 3-1/2″ dusty rose petals inset with pale yellow and displays a mauve reverse. Lovely little blooms with good stems on a 3-1/2 to 4′ plant.
1999 FD 3-4″ These blooms are a light heavenly pink fading to a soft yellow center which makes this a must have for anyone who does arrangements. The 4′ plant will produce more than you can cut. A discontinued Swan Island variety that is hard to find. Is so lovely in bridal bouquets!
2016 FD Golden yellow 4″ blooms brushed with orange on both sides on a lacy dark foliage 3-1/2 to 4′ plant. A prolific blooms with good stems for cutting.
These 3″ true lavender balls have a pretty contrasting purple center and are a perfect size to add dimension to your bouquets. Grows on a 3-1/2′ plant that has nice stems for cutting. A little harder to find miniature ball in lavender (rather than the ‘lavender-pink’ shades). Tubers unavailable for 2021 planting.
Hollyhill Double Take
2020 FD new introduction. An exciting anticipation of what the next bloom pattern will be! Funtastic purple and white blooms that grow on a tall and lush 5′ plant with long sturdy stems for cutting festive bouquets.
2016 FD 3.5″ super bright orange blooms with yellow undertones on a 5′ plant. Long stems for cutting will add flair and a pop of color to your garden and arrangements. Excellent choice to add extra dimension to fall bouquets.
2005 LC Frilly pastel pink 3-1/2″ blooms with fimbriated tips are outlined in dark pink. Lots of pretty blooms adorn the 4′ plant. A top choice for pink wedding bouquets.
2017 FD A darker rich color of lavender, these miniature balls are one of our florists favorite. Really nice long sturdy stems for cutting that grows on a 5′ plant. Plenty of blooms with excellent form makes this one a winner in it’s class at the shows!
Hugs 'N' Kisses
2004 FD 3″ playful lavender blooms that have a dark purple reverse. Grows on a lush 3 to 3.5′ plant. An enchanting attraction for butterflies and charming in the flower bed.
1995 FD 2.5 to 3″ salmon pink blooms are so pretty as a border, in a raised bed, or large flower pot. Grows on a compact 3′ plant with nice foliage.
1999 FD 2-3″ These blooms have shades of orange blending to a soft yellow center. Really nice ball shape form with excellent stems for cutting those special arrangements. Nice color for an all season arrangement that grows on a 4′ plant.
1993 MB This one rules over our miniature garden. Nice form with its 2-1/2 to 3″ orange balls cover the 3′ plant all season. A cheerful variety mixed in with other yellow and purple varieties. We cut a a lot of this one for fall weddings and bouquet sales for the farmers market. Easy to grow, long sturdy stems, tons of blooms and holds up really well in arrangements.
1992 ID Very bright pink 4″ fuchsia blooms embellish this 5′ plant all season. Strong stems for cut flowers and a profuse bloomer. Add the fact that it is a non-fading variety and you have a perfect choice to light up your garden!
2006 MB Apricot orange 2.5″ balls with a navel orange center. Really nice sturdy stems makes this a good cut flower selection. Grows on a 4.5′ plant.
1967 ID These orange blooms are padded with plenty of soft petals giving this one great depth. Nice stems and perfect size to add to your fall arrangements.
1993 FD Bi-color creamy peach and white. A beautiful highly sought after variety. It’s pointed white petal tips grow slightly toward the stem which gives the blooms a nice full form. Excellent stems for cutting on a 4′ plant with blooms that have a great vase life making it a bridal favorite. New to us in 2020. We only had 1 plant therefore, we will be keeping all the tubers for 2021 planting in order to build our inventory.
2014 ID Like a purple carnival of color, these lavender-pink blooms have random splashes of purple-red. Different patterns on blooms that grow on a 4+’ plant. Would make a cheerful gift giving arrangement for a friend or family member.
1993 FD M Just as jazzy as it’s name, these miniature 2-1/2″ balls are a brilliant raspberry red with yellow inset. These blooms excite the heart as they appear to have a neon glow on a 3-1/2′ to 4′ plant with long stems. This profuse bloomer is one of the best small varieties we offer.
2015 MB This is the most gorgeous rich shade of red! These 2.5″ balls have a wonderful form and excellent cut stems that grows on a 4.5 to 5′ plant.
1986 FD Striking black-red (burgundy) blooms with really nice long sturdy stems on a 5′ plant. Because of it’s perfect size and form, we often cut this one along with Black Satin to fill those burgundy wedding orders.
Valley Rust Bucket
2004 MB A very popular choice for gardens, florists, events, and shows! These little dahlia balls are 2.5″ of orange and terracotta earth blends. Excellent cut flower & good choice for shows. Take home a winner! Grows on a 4′ plant.
1974 MB Perfect 2-1/2 to 3-1/2″ creamy white puff balls are a perfect form and size for those special event bouquets. Nice upright stems grow on a on a 3-1/2′ plant. We cut this one a lot for brides that prefer an ivory or antique white vs. white.
Wine Eyed Jill
FD Failed to take photo this year but plant was beautiful. This photo is of Double Jill. Wine Eyed Jill is similar in size, form, and plant height. Wine Eyed Jill differs in color. Each bloom displays different patterns of a pink and peach blend with a burgundy-plum center. Please Google for photos. New to us in 2020. We only had one plant therefore, tubers will be unavailable so we can build inventory.
York and Lancaster
1915 Red and pearl white 3″ ball form on a 4′ plant. Mystery awaits to see what design the next bloom will expose. A British expert says it was rediscovered in the Chateau garden in 1915. Another said he saw it growing in a rural hamlet near Lyon dated back to the 1850’s.