Scabiosa (Scabiosa Caucasica Perfection Blue) - This is an old-fashioned favorite in the summer flower garden commonly known as Pincushion Flower. It is an easy and rewarding flower to grow from Scabiosa seeds, and it features fern-like foliage, stems that reach 20 inches, and rich lilac-blue colored blooms that resemble a pin cushion.
Scabiosa (Scabiosa Atropurpurea Double Purple) - A lovely addition for any garden and so easy to establish from Scabiosa seed. Also known as Pincushion Flower, this deep purple variety makes and excellent cut flower, and the supply of blooms to cut will last throughout the entire summer. The more you cut, they more they produce!
Scabiosa (Scabiosa Atropurpurea Double Red) - Propagated easily from Scabiosa seed, every garden should have a display of these lovely annuals. In the hotter climates, Scabiosa Pincushion would perform better with afternoon shade. The Pincushion Flower will self-sow, dropping its own flower seeds for next season's display.
Scabiosa (Scabiosa Atropurpurea Double Rose) - Gardeners everywhere appreciate the attributes of Scabiosa. Also known as Pincushion Flower, these attractive annuals establish nicely from Scabiosa seed. Rose Pincushion Flower is a delight to grow offering both lovely, showy blooms along with a long flowering season.
Scabiosa (Scabiosa Caucasica Perfection White) - This versatile perennial can be established from Scabiosa seeds, and it offers many benefits to the summer garden. One of the greatest benefits of Scabiosa Pincushion is its long flowering season. Flowering begins in mid-spring and repeated flowering continues throughout the growing season when consistently deadheaded.