Chenille - Flowers are fuzzy red trailing "foxtails".
Foliage - silver gray color
Non- perennial type. Good cut flower.
This is the " little white flower" used as filler in many combinations. Also available in pink and blue shades.
Dragonwing, Large Leaf, Rex, Tuberous, Wax - We grow many varieties and colors. Begonias typically prefer shade to part shade and dry to moderate moisture. With increased problems in the environment with impatiens downy mildew disease, we have increased begonia selections as an alternative.
Million Bells - Million bells has become a generic term for this wonderful group of flowers. Easy to grow and maintain. Requires full sun and regular fertilization, but no deadheading is required. It performs well in baskets and containers as well as in the ground.
We have Celosia Intenz in 2015 along with the standard varieties Fresh look and New look.
Silver gray trailing foliage with abundant yellow button type flowers.
Many varieties for sun and shade
Reddish color "spike"
King Tut, Baby Tut
Small pot dahlias and medium garden dahlias. Sorry, no "dinnerplate" types.
"Silver Falls" - Foliage, Trailing
"Mezoo". Popular trailing succulent type with varigated foliage and small red flowers.
"Diamond Frost" is a specific brand of euphorbia but the name has become generic. We do carry it Dainty little flowers in white resemble July 4th sparklers. Wonderful filler plant.
Several upright and trailing types
Ivy types, Zonals, Scented, Martha Washington types.
Garden Path grows both annual and perennial grasses. The annual grasses are great for height and texture in container plantings, but sadly will not survive the Wisconsin winter. Browse this annual list for specifics.
Ivy - Foliage
Licorice - Foliage
Popular navy bluish purple flower with wonderful scent.
Polka dot plant
Double, Hybrid, New Guinea, Trailing, Walleriana - A broad flower category. Most prefer shade and moist conditions. In response to the increasing number of cases of impatiens downy mildew in the environment we have disease resistant varieties and the very popular "Sunpatiens".
Sweet Potato Vine
Bloodleaf - Foliage
"Fiber Optic" grass
These are a 3 in 1 combination of flowers in one pot. Many combinations.
"Giant" trailing alyssum. Fragrant and flowers look like alyssum, but this plant get large and will trail, flowers constantly, tolerates heat well.
Vining plant with cranberry colored flowers.
Candy Corn Vine
Short, medium and tall varieties.
Practically a signature plant at Garden Path! We grow a rainbow of colors. The pansies (and cousin violas) are one of the first flowers we move outside, tolerating cold (mid 20's) and even a little snow!
Foliage and flower resemble coleus.
Bush, Trailing, "Wave" - Another very large group of flowers with many different colors and growth habits. We have many colors in 2016, and returning is a black series.
Annual phlox - different than the perennial tall garden phlox. In 2016 we have 2 colors, magenta and blue ( purplish blue).
"Ibosa Vine" Fragrant and vigorous foliage. Also greenleaf swedish ivy.
Annual variety of black-eyed susan. Excellent cut flowers.
Fan Flower - Becoming on of our favorites because of performance and versatility. 4 colors in house, blue, pink, white and yellow.
German Ivy - foliage
Purple Heart Vine - Foliage
Mexican Feather Grass
Very fragrant cut flower.
Dainty violet flower. Plant resembles an African violet and the culture is the same.
Persian Shield - Foliage
Various - in house are selections of sedums and sempervirvum. (hen and chicks)
Black eyed susan vine. Very popular and super easy to grow. Available singly, in baskets, or on starter trellis in yellow, orange or "African Sunset" (rosy blush).
Wandering Jew and Bridal Veil Vines
Both upright and trailing forms.
Cousin to Pansy, violas have a smaller flower but many of them. The purple and yellow "Johnny Jump Ups" are a viola, but many colors are available.
Very versatile flower - We have alot of types and colors. Some we have every year and others vary.