A wide selection of hybrid flowers, available as seeds and plants.
An F1 hybrid plant is the result of crossing two different lines of parent plants to produce a new variety that has the best traits of both parents. F1 hybrids are often more vigorous, uniform, and productive than their parent plants, but they are also more expensive due to the extra work required to produce them.
An F2 hybrid plant is a cross of two F1 hybrid plants of the same kind. F2 hybrid plants are more diverse than F1 hybrid plants, they usually retain some of the traits of the F1 parents and their diversity is part of their appeal. F2 hybrid plants are cheaper and more adaptable, as they need less effort and care to produce them.