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March 21—April 19
The Ram, Aries, you passionate, motivated, confident humans with a cheerful disposition and relentless determination. You are not a halfway gardener, you want it bold! You need flowers that rise up strong and proud.
Just when the other gardens are starting to fade in the late summer, here come your flowers: Asters.
Full of racy blooms in shocking colors, Asters are perfect for you. The bubble gum fireworks of Valkyrie Pink, the cool offbeat green of the Hulk Aster. And the most Aries flower of all, the Zulu Prince Daisy. Get it!
The parrot tulip, planted in the fall, is your true spirit flower. They are bright, each one individual in shape and character and they usher in spring with a banner of joy that even the coldest heart can’t resist. The Irene? The Avignon? Super parrot? Black parrot? All of them!!
April 20—May 20
Grounded, earthy Taurus you are a sunflower. Of all the signs, you are natural gardeners! Committed- stubborn even- this temperament can work with the ups and downs of growing things and delight in the process.
Sunflowers suit you as they take time and patience to get to the full glory, but when you get there their pay off is big.
Green Sunfill (say what??) Pro cut Plum and White Light are off kilter colors from the traditional sunny yellow but if you are in the mood for yellow you can go all the way with the endearing Teddy Bear.
Of the earth element, Taurus gardeners don’t mind digging their hands into the soil and spending time in the sun and rain. You need the stunning Copper Element Tulip. Many layers of petals with a rich copper color, these heady blooms come on strong and hold your hand through spring. They are good friends, committed to sharing joy — just like you.
May 21—June 21
Gemini doubles the fun (insert twin emoji). You need color, charisma and class in your garden. Yes and.
First, we're going to suggest some sharp and beautifully crafted Japanese secateurs to tuck in your apron- making the process easier.
But mostly: Zinnias. These hardy, fast growing bursts of color bring unique shape and style to every garden and also happily mix in with veggies as Geminis often like to get two things done at once:) Queen lime with blotch, Oklahoma Salmon, Cresto Violet- all of them really, why not?
Minnow daffodils grow with this adorable cluster of blossoms so no one bloom ever feels alone. So with you, oh multidimensional Gemini gardener. You like variations and a playful space to rest and weed and tend. Daffodils are just the thing- so many varieties to love, but these little clusters are reminiscent of you social butterflies. Good conversation abounds. Also check out the bell song, and the mini thalia- bundles of joy!
June 22—July 22
Cancer people, Summer people! You embody the apex of Summer’s glory. You love to soak up the hard work and watch your garden flourish. You like to spend long hours wandering your garden rows, pondering the big questions and taking in the day.
For you friends we say- sweet peas. These fragrant climbers like to have something to climb and tendril their way around, blooming as they go. You can even build a little teepee and let them cover the poles for a sweet little summer clubhouse. Mix and match Nimbus with its dappled grey, Azures with it’s funky blue and the moody Black Knight.
Cancers, who love their homes and gardens, will delight in Ranunculus. These flowers are so special that they stop people in their tracks. Layer after layer of petals, from colors as delicate as new baby pink to the velvety richness of the black amadine, your garden will be the toast of the town. The timing to plant the corms requires some finesse but after that they are surprisingly easy to grow. These are the magical beauties that will make your heart sing.
July 23—August 22
Leo’s shine bright and dig deep, and need a garden to match. Music, art, fashion and.. you guessed, Dahlias.
These boisterous summer darlings are big, beautiful and come in every size and color. For you, we suggest most extra of these already-extra blooms. The Vulcan, Bristol stripe, or huge and hot pink Cafe au Lait Rose? So fun.
Remember these get planted as tubers, so they will look like little potatoes when you get them but just you wait.
Also for you, Golden Saffron. Without it, an Indian curry or a Spanish paella just wouldn't be the same. Exotic, delicious, luxurious- you like those things, right Leo?
It takes hundreds of flowers to produce a commercially useful amount of saffron, however, for the home gardener, two dozen Saffron Crocus will supply enough of the precious spice in the first year for a few killer dishes and with each successive year, the corms will multiply providing you with more spicy stigmas each year. How dope is that? Also the lil purple flowers are adorable. Happy planting/cooking.
August 23—September 22
Particular and precise, Virgo gardens can be amongst the most orderly and tidy- a delight to behold (hard work too!) and for all that effort we suggest a reward: eat your flowers.
Virgo, have your garden and eat it too! Our edible gardens provide spice, fragrance and color for your summer cocktails, cakes and salads.
German Chamomile, Salmon Nasturtium and Bronze snapdragon. Delicious, beautiful, well-earned.
Virgo gardners appreciate symmetry, pattern and consistency. Frittilaria Meleagris (also known as snake head Frittilaria (because of the incredibly cool pattern on the bloom) grows well in containers which can be a fun way to accent a porch or smaller outdoor area. They are special, concise, timely and reliable. What’s not to love? Match made in heaven.
September 23—October 23
Balance is important to the Libra gardener. While we all know balance is a tough thing to achieve in life, and the garden. But Cosmos and Poppies know a thing or two about it.
They do well scattered among wild grasses, mixed into more manicured landscaping, popping some color into planter boxes or pots.
We love them all but for you, Libra, we say go big on the double click: rose and cranberry, mixed with some snow-white poppies- they are an elegant, straight forward delight.
Tactful and diplomatic, upstanding and elegant, the libra gardener will find common ground with the Gavota and Claudia tulips. Both of these varieties have bi-colored leaves, a sign of balance which pleases the eye. They are easy to grow, long blooming, and a gift to passers by.
October 24—November 21
Scorpios can be hard to get to know but once you do, you can’t live without them. Their flower parallel? Lisianthus.
Lisis, as we have nicknamed them, are intricate, gorgeous plants and the cut blooms bring many weeks of beauty to your bouquets. The trick? They require loyalty, which Scorpios have in spades. They take a long time to germinate (but don’t worry, we do that part for you) and once you plant them they require consistent feeding and watering.
With TLC these beauties will elevate your garden with multiple bloomings.
There is a common misconception about Scorpios and secrets. First of all, what is so bad about secrets. Secret Garden anyone? (big fans!) Quiet, internal depth can be read as reclusive but we think, like the Caramel Bordeaux Anemone, that soft velvety reflection makes the world more mysterious and sexy. Don’t take our word for it- get some corms and try it yourselves. Also the Mistral Tigre and Mistral Rarity are to die for.
November 22—December 21
Sagittarius, dear Sag, you are a fireball of intelligence and intensity. To that end, we are going to throw you a curveball and suggest you pepper your garden this year with some lacy grace and sensitivity. We do *not* say this to suggest you need more of a light touch but we do think it is always fun to play with plants that bring elements of surprise into our lives:)
Mimosa Pudica is a creeping annual that gets little purple sunburst flowers and the leaves will close if you touch them. Kids love them! Lacy Chocolate Lace flowers provide sweet little umbrellas of blossoms, shade for a toad. Finally, Grace Godetia lends a graceful sparkle of color.
V for victory, Sagittarius! And the Winston Churchill Narcissus has your number. Churchill was a Sag, exemplifying vision and ability to see the bigger picture but this cluster of fragrant blooms offers a unique take on the bold, strategic style of the Sagittarian gardeners. An element of innocence, purity, delight and natural process that replenish these hard workers. Sit back, relax and let your garden grow.
December 22—January 19
Capricorn gardeners, you guys are so badass. You are committed, pragmatic, responsible humans with a pinch of competition thrown in for good fun. Your gardens are productive and you never shy away from challenges. I have a present for you. It’s carnations!!
Greek mythology legend has it the Goddess Diana came upon a shepherd boy and took a liking to him. But the boy, for some reason, turned her down. Diana ripped out his eyes and threw them to the ground where they sprouted into the carnation flower.
These flowers are rad. King of Blacks do look rather like the color of blood, and the Chabaud the first flush of love.
Muscari, muscari, muscari. These darlings pop their heads up while everyone else is still sleeping in early spring. They manage to be sturdy but dainty at the same time, a Capricorn magic trick. The subtle blue of the Valerie Finnis has our hearts but the Pink Sunrise are so cool too! These guys will naturalize so the love will continue to spread. The bulbs are also the cutest.
January 20—February 18
Freestyle esoterica will make your garden sing. Your gardening style reminds us of the neighbor in Edna St. Vincent Millay’s poem:
“She digs in her garden
With a shovel and a spoon,
She weeds her lazy lettuce
By the light of the moon”
Other-planetary Moon Carrot, Scabiosa’s dark pincushion blooms so you can dye your dainties a dusty periwinkle with the petals, and Statice - a wonky delight!
Allium all day. The Vineale hair allium in particular. Why? Because, you, Aquarius, love a good eccentric friend. Early summer fireworks- the Schubertii looks like a sparkler! No good for the critters to eat, tall and free- just right.
February 19—March 20
Romantic, dreamy Pisces you were born right on the brink of spring’s glory- perfect garden planning time.
For your sensitive soul, we want to offer you everything delicate, beautiful, and soothing.
Feathertop grasses waving in the wind, Flamingo Feather Celosia- easy to grow and long lasting pink plumes to delight the senses, and bunny tail grass to run your fingers though.
They are beautiful at first glance but once you get to know these guys (both Pisces and anemones) the subtle layers really begin to reveal themselves. The Blue Meron anemone feels like the perfect Pisces project. They are planted in the fall so patience is required but once they grow they are tough, productive, early blooming and have a long vase life. Their color glows from the center outwards, just like you, Pisces person.
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