This assortment includes geraniums, dahlias, sparkler tops, snapdragons, basil blossom, bachelor buttons, marigolds, daisies and nasturtiums. At least one hundred-fifty plus flowers in one container.
The Confetti mix contains the petals of marigold, rose, nasturtium, hollyhock, pansy, viola and bachelor's buttons flowers.
Velvety-textured and offering a slightly sweet flavor similar to wintergreen, the pansy blooms in a wide array of vibrant colors. Having a broad color spectrum for an annual, pansies can be yellow, white, red, orange, purple, pink, lavender, mahogany, blue, apricot or bronze. The flowers may be just a single color or can have two or three colors.
Nasturtiums have five petals and come in varying shades of yellow, orange, maroon and red. Both the flowers and leaves of this edible plant have a peppery taste, similar to that of watercress, though the flowers are slightly milder in flavor.
Lemon leaves grow alternately along the branches of lemon trees. The leaves are ovate, oblong and fine toothed, coming to a point on the non-stem end. Lemon leaves have a glossy finish on the topside and matte on their underside. Young leaves are actually red and as they mature turn to a deep green. Lemon leaves are aromatic and slightly oily.
Depending upon variety the trunk of palm trees can be short or extremely tall and are capped with a crown of leaves. Palm leaves are green and made up of several smaller leaves that are attached to a central point or spine, depending upon shape. Palm leaves or palm fronds can be either palmate (fan) or pinnate (feather) in shape. The palm tree is documented as having produced the largest leaf, seed and inflorescence (cluster of flowers) of all trees in the Plant Kingdom.