All Ferry-Morse flowers are Non-Neonic, which means they are bee-friendly and neonicotinoid-free. While perennials and annuals have different characteristics, each has unique benefits to the gardener
Annual flowers start from seed at the beginning of the season, last for the entire season, and die off at the first hard frost in your area. If you want these flowers for the next season, they should be planted every year.
Perennial flowers are started from seed, take a little longer to bloom, but regrow every year! Some varieties last year after year, reseeding themselves while others last a few years before they need to be reseeded.
This carefree flower is a pollinator favorite with simple leaves and full single blooms. Excellent for cut flower bouquets!
There’s a marigold for everyone! Large yellow double blooms in the Crackerjack to small orange 1” blooms in the Orange Petite! Excellent for borders. Start early indoors to get the most out of the season!
We offer over 10+ varieties of this seasonal showstopper! Direct sow these guys once the soil has warmed. A perfect project for kids and adults alike who are just starting out.
Zinnias are a seed starting favorite and a huge pop of color in your garden! From white to red to purple and green there is a zinnia for every garden.
Johnny Jump Up are gorgeous, miniature, pansy-like flowers. Extra special because they can grow in partly shady areas and brighten dark spots in your garden.
With spectacular sweet pea-like blossoms in a rainbow of shades the blooms are packed close together on unusually long, graceful spikes. Lupine will drop its seed pods in place and pop back up the next Spring!
Purple Coneflower (Echinacea) is a popular prairie wildflower that is easily identified by its showy, dark, cone-shaped flower with purple petals. Drought resistant and a friend to pollinators!
A English garden favorite! With pure glistening white flowers measuring 4 to 5 inches across and butter yellow centers. Each plant sends up dozens of tall, sturdy stems. Blooms in the second season from sowing.