Over 100 varieties of heirloom flower seeds to choose from.

FLOWERS

FL 93 - AFRICAN DAISY (Dimorphotheca) - An outstanding performer that has been naturalized throughout the southwest.   The 2 to 4 inch blooms appear in brilliant shades of orange, salmon, yellow and white, providing plenty of color for your flower garden.  Sow in early spring after all danger of frost has passed, in a sunny, well drained location.  Germinates in 10-14 days.  Height 8-16 inches.  Annual.
PKT. - 75 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 81 - ALYSSUM (Lobularia maritime) - This low growing, 5 inch plant has dainty, white blossoms with a wonderful fragrance.  The spreading habit of this variety makes it a good choice for borders, as well as hanging baskets and containers.  Annual.
PKT. 200 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL103 - AMISH COCKSCOMB  (Celosia cristata) An old Amish favorite that is native to the tropics. First introduced to the Europeans in the 1500’s, the 12 inch plants have wonderful red blooms which resemble a cockscomb. An excellent choice for the antique flower garden. Annual. Sun.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $2.00 (picture)

#FL 1 - ASTERS (Callistephus chinensis) - Huge, 4 inch flowers in lovely shades of yellow, red, pink and violet, that grow to a height of 30 inches.  Start inside 6 to 8 weeks before the last spring frost, transplanting outdoors after the last  frost. Great for cut flowers!
Annual. PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 61 - BABY BLUE EYES (Nemophila menziesii) - A hardy annual that is native to California, but can easily be grown throughout the United States.  Sky-blue, cup shaped flowers grow on pretty, little, 6 to 12 inch plants.  Very attractive in containers and hanging baskets.  Prefers to grow in partial shade.  Annual.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 36 – BABY’S BREATH (Gypsophila elegans) Tiny, lacy white flowers give an airy look to the flower garden.  Grows 18 inches tall.  Perfect to use as a border in flower gardens!  Annual.
PKT. – 100 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 37 - BELLFLOWER (Canterbury Bells) (Campanula medium)  The vigorous 24 to 36 inch tall plants have blue and pink upturned bell-like (1-2 inch) flowers.  A very popular European heirloom variety that is excellent for cut flowers!   Perennial.
PKT. - 35 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 91 - BELLS OF IRELAND (Moluccella laevis) - A wonderful, antique flower!  The tall, green spikes with pale green, bell shaped calyx are densely packed along the stems.  Grown for centuries for dried arrangements, the tint of the blooms fade to a charming linen color.  Reaches a height of 2-3 feet  Annual.
PKT. - 75 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 62 - BIRD'S EYES (Gilla tricolor) - This hardy little flower does well across the United States and Canada.  Trumpet shaped flowers are lavender and white in color with gold throats.   Has a delightful fragrance!  The plants grow 12 to 18 inches tall.  The flowers retain their color when dried, making them perfect for dried flower arrangements!   Annual.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL110 - BISHOP'S FLOWER (Ammi majus) - This easy-to-grow variety is native to North Africa, but can be found growing throughout much of the United States currently. Reaching a height of 2 ½ -3 feet, the plant is loaded with large white, 5-6 inch flowerheads. Does well in most soil conditions. A good choice to use as filler in bouquets. Annual. Sun.
PKT. – 300 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 2 - BLACK-EYED-SUSAN (Rudbeckia hirta) - The 3 to 4 inch blooms are golden-orange in color with
dark centers.  Will grow to a height of 2.5 to 3 feet.  Start inside 6 to 8 weeks before the last spring frost, transplanting outdoors after the last frost.  Excellent for cut flowers!  Biennial, but treat as an annual.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 92 - BLACK EYED SUSAN VINE (Thunbergia alata) - This cheerful variety is a good choice for hanging baskets and trellises.  The sunny yellow/orange blooms contain a dark center and grow on long, trailing vines.  An easy-to-grow variety that can be directly seeded.  For best germination, soak the seeds overnight before sowing.  Can trail to six feet long.  Annual.
PKT. - 15 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 38 – BUTTERFLY WEED (Asclepias tuberosa) – 3 to 5 inch umbels of lovely, orange flowers bloom atop 36–48 inch sturdy stems.  Excellent for cut flowers.  If started in January, may bloom the first year, late-summer thereafter.  Helps attract butterflies to your garden!  Perennial.
PKT. – 25 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 3 - CALENDULA (Calendula officinalis) - Beautiful, 4 inch flowers in lovely shades of orange, cream and yellow, with the plants reaching a height of  2 feet.  The petals make a tasty addition to soups!  For earlier blooms, start inside 6 to 8 weeks before the last spring frost, or sow the seeds directly into the garden after the last spring frost.  Annual.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 4 - CANDYTUFT (Iberis umbellata) - Very pretty little flowers in shades of violet, red, pink, rose and white.  Plants are 8 inches tall and compact.   May be started inside 6 to 8 weeks before last spring frost or sow seeds directly into the garden after the last spring frost.  Annual.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 84 - CARDINAL FLOWER (Lobelia cardinalis) - A hummingbird favorite!  The bright red blooms on this flower are a real eye catcher in any perennial garden.  The stalks can grow 5 feet tall and bloom for a month or longer in late summer.  Though a perennial, it may need replanted every 3-5 years, as the plants are short lived.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 5 - CARNATION (Dianthus caryophyllus) - Large, fully double flowers in beautiful shades of red, pink, white, yellow and violet.  Plants will reach a height of 24 inches.  Start seeds inside 8-10 weeks before the last spring frost, then transplant outside 2 weeks before the last spring frost.  Annual.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 39 – CASTOR BEAN (Ricinus communis) Delightful, red flowers bloom atop 4-5 feet stalks.   Makes a great background border in the flower garden!  CAUTION: Seeds are toxic if taken internally.   Perennial, but grow as  an annual.
PKT. – 5 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 40 – CHINESE LANTERNS (Physalis alkekengi) The decorative orange seed cases of this flower resemble tiny, paper lanterns!  Plants reach a height of 2 feet, and are very easy to grow!  Perennial.
PKT. – 75 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 42 – COLUMBINE (Aquilegia vulgaris) Lovely, long, cascading flowers in shades of white, pink, red, yellow, peach, blue and purple, with lush green foliage.  Plants grow 30 inches tall.  Beautiful and unique variety! Perennial.
PKT. – 100 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 6 - CORNFLOWER (Centaurea cyanus) - Also known as Bachelors Button.  Delightful  pink, blue, red and white blossoms on 18 inch tall plants.  May be started inside 6 to 8 weeks before last the spring frost, or sow seeds directly into the garden after the last spring frost.  Upright plants produce abundantly!  Annual.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 41 – CORN POPPY (Papaver rhoes) Double flowered poppies in luscious shades of white, apricot, pink and orange.  Plants grow 24 to 30 inches tall.  Beautiful addition to any garden!  Annual.
PKT. – 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 21 - COSMOS (Cosmos bipinnatus) - Single flowers, 3 to 4 inches across, on 36 inch stems.  The blooms resemble daisies in lovely shades of red, pink, rose and white, with  fern-like foliage.  Makes an excellent cut flower.  Very easy to grow!  Annual.
PKT. - 30 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 68 - COSMOS, SEA SHELLS (Cosmos bipinnatus) - A unique variation of the standard variety, the petals on this flower are tubular in shape and look similar to a sea shell!   A variety of shades are in this mix, including red, pink, rose and white.    A favorite of hummingbirds and butterflies.  Very easy to grow!  Annual.
PKT. - 30 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 85 - COTTAGE PINKS (Dianthus plumarius) - An old time favorite in "cottage gardens", these beautiful flowers make a wonder border in any garden.  The 6 to 12 inch plants bloom profusely with small, pink flowers.  The name "pinks" comes from the appearance of the flowers (not the color), which have the appearance of being cut with pinking shears.  Annual.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 109 - CRIMSON CLOVER (Trifolium incarnatum)  - Native to Europe, the petite, 6-12 inch plants have adapted nicely within the U.S., thriving in almost any soil condition.  Dainty, scarlet blossoms are held high atop stems, lending an air of elegance to your garden. Germination occurs 7-21 days from sowing.Annual.  Sun to partial shade.
PKT. – 125 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 86 - DAME'S ROCKET (Hesperis matronalis) - A hardy perennial from Europe, this delightful flower has been naturalized throughout the United States.  Lilac-purple flowers abound on this variety, and fill the air with their sweet fragrance.  The plants grow 2 to 3 feet tall and do well in either a sunny or partially shaded location.  Looks great planted alongside a fence or road side!
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 43 – DELPHINIUM (Delphinium elatum) Old fashioned variety, also known as Larkspur.  Will grow to a height of 24-36 inches.  The beautiful flower stalks are covered with double blooms in shades of blue, orchid, rose and white.   Grows best in cool weather.  Perennial.
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#FL 65 - FLANDERS POPPY (Papaver rhoes) - The famous poppy from Flanders Fields that inspired the artificial poppies distributed on Memorial Day!   A native of Europe that can be grown throughout the United States.  Two to three inch blooms are fire engine red with purple-black centers, with the plants reaching a height of 24 to 30 inches.  Performs best if grown in the fall throughout the southern regions of the United States, or early spring in the northern regions of the United States.   Flanders poppy can take up to 30 days to germinate.  Does not transplant well.   Annual.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 118 - FLOWERING KALE (Mix)  (Brassica oleracea)  - A nice blend  of colors, including deep red with purple outer leaves, and green with  creamy white centers.  The ruffled and fringed leaves make this a great fall accent.  The colors intensify in cooler weather.   Annual.
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#FL 8 - FORGET-ME-NOT (Cynoglossum amabile) - The 12-18 inch  plant is filled with pretty, light blue flowers.  Likes a cool, moist area.  Good for edgings.  May be started inside 6 to 8 weeks before the last spring frost,or sow the seeds directly into the garden after the last spring frost.  Perennial.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 9 - FOUR O' CLOCK (Mirabilis jalapa)  - Delightful, old fashioned flower forgotten by many!  Red, yellow, white and orange flowers grow on 2.5 feet  plants, with the blossoms opening late in the day.  Start inside 6-8 weeks before the last spring frost, transplanting outdoors after the last frost.  A hummingbird favorite! Annual.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 44 – FOXGLOVE (Digitalis purpurea) Also known as Digitalis. This showy garden plant makes excellent cut flowers.  The 18 to 36 inch plants have tubular flowers in delightful shades of cream, peach, pink and purple with dark “freckles” on the blossoms.  CAUTION:  Plant is poisonous if eaten.  Keep away from children and pets.  Biennial.
PKT. – 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 45 – GLOBE AMARANTH (Gomphrena globosa) Great addition for the antique flower garden! Bushy plants produce one inch clover-like blossoms in shades of purple, pink and white.  Plants grow 24-36 inches tall.  Continuous blooms all summer!  Annual.
PKT. – 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 46 – GLOBE THISTLE (Echinops ritro) Large (4 to 5 feet) plants produce numerous frosty blue, perfectly round flowers!  Excellent for dry flower arrangements.  A favorite of butterflies and bees.  Perennial.
PKT. – 25 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 33 - GLORIOSA DAISY (Rudbeckia hirta) - The 2 1/2 to 3 inch blooms are golden-orange in color with dark centers, growing on 3 feet  plants.  Start inside 6 to 8 weeks before the last spring frost, transplanting outdoors after the last spring frost.  Excellent for cut flowers!   Perennial, but treat as annual.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 10 - HARE'S TAIL GRASS (Lagurus ovatus) - Ornamental grass with 12 inch tall downy haired leaves and dense, woolly heads that resemble a rabbit's tail!  Very attractive and unique!  May be started inside 6 to 8 weeks before last the spring frost, or sow seeds directly into the garden after the last spring frost.   Annual.
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#FL 47 – HELIOTROPE (Heliotrope arborescens) The violet-blue blooms on this heirloom flower have a sweet, vanilla-like fragrance!  Blooms are 2 inch clusters on 2 foot tall plants, with  ribbed, dark green, suede-like leaves.  An old favorite!   Annual.
PKT. – 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 11 - HOLLYHOCK (double blooms) (Althea rosea) - The tall, 6 foot plants have 4 inch scarlet, pink, rose and yellow flowers, all with double blooms!  Was once the most popular flower in gardens across America!  Start inside 6 to 8 weeks before the last spring frost, transplanting outdoors after the last spring frost.  Lovely addition to the garden!  Perennial.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL83 - HOLLYHOCK, INDIAN SPRING (Althea rosea) - These wonderful, old-fashioned flowers grow on tall,  5 to 6 foot stems.  The delightful blooms are mostly single flowers in glorious shades of rose, pink and white.  A very popular variety back in the good old days!   Perennial.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL122 - HOLLYHOCK, NIGRA  (Alcea rosea )  - This variety was a favorite of Thomas Jefferson's at his Monticello residence. The showy, single flowers are a very dark maroon, almost black color. Best grown in a sunny, well-drained location. Lovely when grown on a trellis or arbor. Self-seeding biennial. Height – 6 feet.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $2.00

#FL 29 -HOLLYHOCK (single blooms) (Althea rosea) - Old fashioned variety growing 7 feet tall.  The 3 to 5 inch blooms are glorious in shades of red, pink, yellow and white!  Very prolific.  Perennial.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 59 - HONESTY (Lunaria annua) - Also known as Moonwort or Money Plant.  It has showy purple flowers that appear in late June, eventually forming seed pods  that resemble silver dollars!  These are often used in winter bouquets of dried flowers.  Very easy to grow.  Plants are 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 feet tall at maturity.  Biennial.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 48 – IMPATIENS (Impatiens balsamina) Beautiful  plants for partially shaded to sunny locations.  Small flowers in shades of red, white and pink.  A delightful favorite of many!  Plants grow 12 to 15 inches tall.   Annual.
PKT. – 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 63 - INDIAN BLANKET (Gaillardia pulchella) - A drought- tolerant flower that is native of the central United States, but can be grown throughout North America.  Brilliant red flowers with yellow tips bloom all summer long.  Loves the heat and the sun!  Very easy to grow from seed.   The plants grow 18 to 24 inches tall.    Annual.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 111 - JOB’S TEARS  (Coix lacroyma-jobi) -  This very interesting ornamental grass has thin, droopy foliage, and is usually grown for the unique seeds it produces. The white/bluish grey heads have been used for centuries for jewelry and for religious beads.  Allow the seed heads to dry on the plant before collecting.  Soaking the seeds in water 24 hours prior to sowing helps germination.    Height – 3-4 feet.  Annual.
PKT. – 25 seeds - $1.25 (picture)
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#FL 49 – JOHNNY JUMP UP (Viola tricolor) These charming flowers are also known as violas.  The 1–2 inch  pansy-like flowers are tri-color in purple, yellow and white shades, with the plants reaching  a height of 5 to 7 inches.  The abundant blooms make dainty garnishes!  Tender perennial.
PKT. – 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 50 – JOSEPH’S COAT (Amaranthus gangeticus) These extremely unique 4 to 5 feet plants have long maroon, cascading foliage, with the upper leaves turning a scarlet color as the days begin to shorten.  Very unusual and decorative!    Annual.
PKT. – 25 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

FL100 - KISS-ME-OVER-THE-GARDEN-GATE (Polygonum orientale) - This rare, cottage-garden favorite has delightful, rose-colored blooms that dangle gracefully off the 6 to 9 foot branching plants.  Beautiful when draped up and over arbors in the garden, but also equally lovely in dried floral arrangements. Annual.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $2.00 (picture)

#FL 51 – LOVE-IN-A-MIST (Nigella danascena) Dainty, 1 to 2 inch  blooms in blue, mauve, pink, purple and white, with lacy, netted foliage growing on 12 to 24 inch plants.  The unusual seed pods are shaped like  balloons! Very unique!  Annual.
PKT. – 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 52 – LOVE-LIES-BLEEDING (Amaranthus caudatus) The 3 to 4 foot tall plants have ropes of graceful, trailing, chenille-like red blooms.  A beautiful and unusual focal point for your garden!   Annual.
PKT. – 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 53 – LUPINE (Lupinus polyphyllus) - Spikes of beautiful little white, pink, violet-blue, red, yellow and peach colored flowers, growing on 24 to 36 inch plants.  Very hardy.  CAUTION:  All parts of plant are poisonous if taken internally.  Keep away from children and pets.  Perennial.
PKT. – 25 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 104 - LUPINE, YELLOW (Lupinusdensiflorus aureus) - Providing an interesting focal point in the garden, the lemon colored flowers grow on sturdy, 2-3 foot plants. Delightful when rown in clusters. For easier germinating, soak the seeds in warm water 24 hours prior to planting. Caution: Harmful if eaten.  Sun or partial shade.
PKT. – 25 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 54 – LYCHNIS (Lychnis coronaria) Large 1½ inch blooms are a blushed white color with a soft pink eye.    The plants grow 30 inches tall, and have attractive silver-gray foliage.  For best results, lychnis seeds should be stratified before planting.   Perennial.
PKT. – 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 69 - MARIGOLD, AFRICAN (Tagetes erecta) - A garden favorite that blooms all summer long!  Mixed colors of orange, golden-yellow and scarlet abound on the 24-36 inch plants with 2½-3 inch flowers.  Annual.
PKT. - 30 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 22 - MARIGOLD, FRENCH (Tagetes patula) - Delightful blend of red, yellow and orange single and double blooms.  Grows 12 to 14 inches tall making it great for boarders and edgings!  A very easy to grow flower that does best in a dry, sunny location.  Annual.
PKT. - 30 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 23 - MARIGOLD, SIGNET (Tagetes tenuifolia) - An Old English favorite that grows 8 to 10 inches tall.  Single blooms, in delightful shades of yellow, orange, gold and red, abound on plants with fern like foliage.    May be started inside 6 to 8 weeks before the last spring frost, or sow directly into the garden after the last spring frost.  Annual.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 64 - MEXICAN HAT (Ratibida columnifera) - Unusual flowers resembling a Mexican sombrero, with a black cone shaped flower head and drooping red petals, tipped in gold.  These 2 to 3 feet tall plants are drought tolerant, and do well in sunny locations.  This variety is a perennial in hot southern climates, but treat as an annual in most parts of the country.  Seeds are slow to sprout, and may take 20 - 40 days to germinate.  They make a very unique addition to cut flower arrangements!
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 55 – MIGNONETTE (Reseda alba)   Delightful, fragrant plants that grow 12 to 18 inches, containing 6 to 10 inch spikes of tiny chartreuse flowers, each with a sweet floral scent!  Extremely helpful in attracting bees to your garden.   Napoleon’s gift to Josephine!  Annual.
PKT. – 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 80 - MOONFLOWER (Ipomoea alba) - The dazzling white, 5 inch flowers on this vine open in the evening!  A relative of the morning glory, the huge blooms will fragrance the night air.  Nicking the seeds, then soaking overnight in warm water will speed up the germination process.  Vines grow 8-12 feet tall.  Annual.
PKT. - 20 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 35 - MORNING GLORY, BLUE (Ipomoea tricolor) - The 8 foot vines with lovely sky blue flowers love to climb up fences or a trellis!   May be started inside 6 to 8 weeks before the last spring frost, or sow the seeds directly into the garden after the last spring frost.  The seeds have a very hard coat, so soaking  overnight or notching the seed before planting helps in germination.  Annual.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

MORNING GLORY, GRANDPA OTT’S (Ipomoea purpurea) - The 12 to 15 vines on this Bavarian heirloom will reliably produce gorgeous, dark purple flowers each with a red star center.  One of the original varieties that started the Seed Starters Exchange.  Soaking overnight or notching the seeds before planting helps germination with this very hard coated variety. Annual.
PKT. - 35 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 13 - MORNING GLORY, MIXED COLORS (Ipomoea tricolor) -  Lovely red, pink, violet and sky blue flowers abound on these 8 foot vines! A favorite for growing on fences or arbors!  May be started inside 6 to 8 weeks before the last spring frost, or sow the seeds directly into the garden after the last spring frost.  The seeds have a very hard coat, so soaking overnight or notching the seed before planting helps in germination.  Annual.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#Fl 116 - MORNING GLORY, SCARLET O’HARA  (Ipomoea purpurea) – Delightful, very large blossoms in varying degrees of crimson.  Hummingbirds will be drawn to this variety each morning and sunset.  Best grown on a trellis or arbor.  Soaking overnight or notching the seeds before planting helps germination.  Annual.
PKT. - 35 seeds -$1.25 (picture)

#FL 108 - MOUNTAIN GARLAND (Clarkia unguiculata)  - A wonderful choice for the cutting garden, this delightful variety will soon become a favorite of yours. Tall, 2-3 foot spikes are packed with compact blossoms, varying in shades of pink, salmon and violet. Very easy to grow in most conditions, but dislikes heavy, clay soil. Lovely when sown in mass plantings.
PKT. – 300 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 14 - NASTURTIUM (Tropaeolum minus) - This old time favorite has fragrant red, gold and salmon colored flowers, and grows to a height of 12 inches.  The flowers and leaves make a delightful addition to salads.  May be started inside 6 to 8 weeks before the last spring frost, or sow directly into the garden after the last spring frost.  Annual.
PKT. - 35 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL105 - NASTURTIUM, CLIMBING (Tropaeolum majus)  - The lovely mix of colors of this variety makes it a wonderful choice for an arbor or trellis. The strong, 6 foot vines produce fragrant, edible blossoms, while the young leaves make an excellent pepper substitute because of their spicy flavor. Annual. Sun or Partial Shade.
PKT. – 25 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 56 – NICOTIANA  (Nicotiana rustica)  – Also known as Wild Tobacco.  These plants grow 1-2 feet, and have heavily scented flowers, in lovely shades of yellow.  Leaves can be used to make an insecticide.   Annual.
PKT. – 35 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL124 - NIGHT PHLOX - Midnight Candy - (Zaluzianskya capensis)  - Beautiful white flowers release a heavenly scent at twilight.  The 12 to 14 inch plants are easy-to-grow, and do well in containers. This South African favorite is a wonderful addition to a Moon Garden.  Annual.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $2.00

#FL123 - NIGHT SCENTED STOCK - Starlight Scentsation (Matthiola longipetala) - When dusk approaches, this delightfully fragrant variety releases its sweet, aromatic scent. The 15-18 inch plants are lovely with a combination of pink, lavender and white colors. A good choice for Moon Gardens! Annual. Height – 15-18 inches.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $2.00

#FL119 NIGHT SCENTED TOBACCO  (Nicotiana sylvestris) - Also known as Woodland Tobacco, this graceful, sun-loving variety has white, 3" trumpet-shapped blossoms. The delightful hanging flowers open at dusk, filling the air with an intoxicating fragrance. Height - 5'. Tender annual.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $2.00 - CERTIFIED ORGANIC (picture)

#FL 24 - ORNAMENTAL PEPPERS (THAI HOT) (Capsicum annuum) - Very hot, small edible peppers that grow on compact, 8 inch plants.  Start inside 8 to 9 weeks before the last spring frost, transplanting outside after the last spring frost. This delightful addition to the garden starts out green, with the peppers turning a brilliant red as they mature.  Great for container gardening.  Annual.
PKT. - 20 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 15 - PANSY (Viola tricolor) - Velvety textured flowers in red, blue, yellow and white, all with little contrasting "faces" grow on the 6 inch plants.  Start inside 8-10 weeks before the last spring frost, transplanting outside 2 weeks before the last spring frost.  Does best in a cool, shaded area.  Tender Perennial.
PKT. - 75 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 25- PERIWINKLE (Vinca minor) - The small, 10 inch plants are covered with tiny pink and white blooms,  half containing a distinct red eye in the center!  Start inside 6 to 8 weeks before the last spring frost. Periwinkle seeds need complete darkness to germinate and are sensitive to cool temperatures.  Transplant outside 1 to 2 weeks after the last spring frost.  Annual.
PKT. - 75 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL106 - PETUNIA, OLD FASHIONED VINING  (Petunia multiflora) - This very fragrant single variety grows on strong 3 foot vines. The lovely shades of white, pink and lilac will charm you all summer long. Looks delightful in hanging baskets. Annual.
PKT. 50 seeds - $2.00

#FL79 - PHLOX, TALL MIXED (Phlox drummondii) - This old time favorite has very fragrant clusters of pink, rose, red, purple, white and bi-colored flowers on 2 foot tall plants.  A beautiful addition to the garden!  Annual.
PKT. - 75 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 16 - PINKS (Dianthus deltoides) - The  8 inch plants have delighted gardeners for years, with their double flowers containing every shade of pink imaginable!  Start inside 8-10 weeks before the last spring frost, transplanting outside 2 weeks before the last spring frost.  A welcome addition in any garden!  Annual.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 26 - POPPY, ORIENTAL (Papaver orientale) - Scarlet red flowers growing on 30 inch plants.  Makes an exceptional cut flower!  Start inside 6 to 8 weeks before the last spring frost, transplanting outside after the last spring frost.  Very colorful addition to the perennial garden!  Perennial.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 17 - PORTULACA (Portulaca grandiflora) - An old time favorite for years!  The small,  6 inch plants have delightful,  2 inch flowers in delicate shades of  yellow, rose, white and pink.  Start inside 6 to 8 weeks before the last spring frost, transplanting outside after the last spring frost. Great in window boxes, or in the garden!  Annual.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 32 - PURPLE CONEFLOWER (Echinacea Purpurea) - These vigorous plants have large, purple petaled flowers, and grow to a height of 2 to 3 feet.  Can be grown in either a sunny or partially shaded location.  Best to stratify the seed for 7 days or sow  the seeds directly outside in the fall.   Very hardy.   Perennial.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 88 - ROCKET LARKSPUR (Delphinium ajacis) - The tightly compact blossoms in lovely shades of pink, white and deep blue are arranged on spikes that grow 3 to 4 feet tall.  Naturalized throughout the United States, it was originally introduced by European settlers.  A very easy to grow variety of flower.  CAUTION: The seeds and leaves of this plant are poisonous if consumed.  Annual.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 89 - ROCKY MOUNTAIN BEE PLANT (Cleome Serrulata) - The pink flowers on this variety are highly attractive to bees.  Growing 3 to 5 feet tall, they look great used as a background  in the flower garden, or plant near the vegetable garden to attract bees for pollinating purposes.   Annual.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 66 - SCARLET FLAX (Linum grandiflorum rubrum) - A native plant of southern Europe and North Africa, this flower also does well throughout the United States.   Tolerates intense heat and extremely dry conditions, making it perfect for those hard to water areas.  Glossy, deep scarlet colored flowers grow on 1 to 2 feet plants.  Blooms profusely throughout the summer.  Sow the seeds after all danger of frost has passed in a sunny location.  Does not transplant well.   Annual.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 120 - SCARLET SAGE  (Salvia coccinea) - A favorite of hummingbirds and butterflies, this delightful variety has fluorescent red, tubular flowers along the tall stems. Wonderful used in cottage gardens and mass plantings. Height – 1-3 feet.  Tender perennial. Sun or partly shade
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 57 – SEA HOLLY (Eryngium planum) -  Iridescent blue clusters of spiny, thistle-like blooms sit atop 30 to 36 inch plants, while the foliage of this treasure has a blue-green tint.  Excellent for cut flowers!  Perennial.
PKT. 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 27 - SHASTA DAISY (Chrysanthemum maximum) -  The pure white, 3½-5 inch blooms on these 36 inch plants make them a favorite for almost every garden!   Start indoors 8 weeks before the last spring frost, transplanting  to a sunny location in the garden 2 weeks after the last spring frost.  Seeds need light to germinate.  The ideal plant for cut flowers!  Perennial.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 18 - SNAPDRAGON (Antirrhinum majus) - A long time favorite by many with its pretty, ruffled, flowers on long, tapered spikes!  Will reach a height of 2.5 feet.  The blooms are  delightful  shades of pink, white, red, and yellow-orange.  Start inside 6 to 8 weeks before the last spring frost, transplanting outside after the last spring frost.  A nice flower for cutting!  Annual.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 58 – STOCK (Mathiola incana) These enchanting blooms have a sweet, spicy, clove-like scent, and appear in luscious shades of carmine, yellow, apricot, blue, pink & white, on 30 inch  plants!  Tall, non-branching column type with densely packed flower spikes.  Annual.
PKT. – 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 19 - STRAWFLOWER (Helichrysum bracteatum) Very  popular variety of flower in the good old days!  The 2.5 inch blooms come in  delicate hues of white, rose and yellow.  For earlier blooms, start inside 6 to 8 weeks before the last spring frost, or sow seeds directly into the garden after the last spring frost.  Great for dried flowers!  Annual.
PKT. - 100 - seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 125 - SWEET ALYSSUM - Aphrodite Mixture  (Lobularia maritima procumbens) - This delightful mix will attract butterflies into your garden. The lovely shades of salmon, pink, apricot, yellow, lavender and white look lovely when gown as a ground cover or in rock gardens. The 4 inch plants are low-growing and will tolerate full sun to partial shade. Annual, but will self-seed. Height – 4 inches.
PKT – 25 seeds - $2.00

#FL 20 - SWEET PEA (Lathyrus odoratus) - Fragrant pink, rose and purple flowers abound on these 6 footvines!  Start inside 4 - 6 weeks before the last spring frost, transplanting outside 2 weeks before the last spring frost.  Enjoys a cool, moist location in the garden.   Excellent flower for a trellis or arbor!  Annual.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

FL 102 - SWEET PEA, GRANDIFLORA MIX (Lathyrus odoratus) - This delightful mix of highly fragrant, 5 to 6 foot varieties include many charming colors, as well as some bi-colored and striped ones.  A wonderful collection of old time favorites!  Annual.
PKT. - 20 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 82 - SWEET WILLIAM (Dianthus barbatus) - A perennial variety that usually does best when grown as an annual.  Though originally native to Europe, it is easily grown throughout the United States and Canada.  The pretty little fragrant flowers have fringed petals of red, pink, purple and violet.  Prefers moist, well drained soil in full sun.  In areas that have extremely hot summers it can be planted in partial shade.  The plants grow 12-18 inches tall.  Perennial.
PKT. - 100 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 67 - TICKSEED (Coreopsis lanceolata) An easy to grow flower that tolerates a wide range of soil conditions!  Tickseed is drought tolerant, but can also withstand prolonged periods of moisture.  Grows well in either a partially shaded or sunny location.  Bright yellow flowers bloom on 2 to 3 feet tall stems, May through July, once the plants are established in two years.  The foliage of this flower makes an attractive ground cover
the remainder of the year.  Perennial.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 60 - WALLFLOWER (Cheiranthus cheiri) - This popular European flower does best in cool climates.  The fragrant, stock-like flowers grow on 16 to 24 inch plants.  The delightful flower colors range from yellow, light orange to reddish- brown.  Plant the seeds in early spring of the first year, for blossoms the following spring.  Perennial.
PKT. - 30 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 28 - ZINNIA (Zinnia elegans) - Plants have massive  blooms in beautiful shades of orange, rose, white, salmon, yellow and scarlet.  Double and single blooms on 36 inch tall stems.  May be started inside 6 to 8 weeks before the last spring frost, or sow  the seeds directly into the garden after the last spring frost.  A marvelous cut flower that is easy to grow, and a favorite of many!  Annual.
PKT. - 30 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 126 - ZINNIA - Red Spider (Zinnia tenuiflora) - A true heirloom variety that dates back to 1801. The beautiful red, 1 inch blooms have petals that branch out like a spider's legs. Easy to grow; will continue flowering until frost. Annual. Height – 2 feet.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $2.00

SUNFLOWERS
(Helianthus annus)

#FL 71 - AUTUMN BEAUTY - Delightful, 5 to 8 feet, multi headed flowers, with colors ranging from yellow to dark burgandy, as well as some multi-colored.   Annual.
PKT. - 35 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 114 - AZTEC SUN   (Tithonia roundifolia)  - Known for its long bloom time, the bright and cheery yellow flowers are a favorite of butterflies.  The 3½  foot plants look lovely when planted with red varieties.  Annual.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 72 - DWARF SUNSPOT - A miniature sunflower that grows only 2 feet tall, but with huge 10 to 12 inch flower heads filled with edible seeds.  Blooms in only 9 weeks from sowing!  Annual.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#OFL 121 - ENCHANTED GARDEN MIX SUNFLOWER - A brilliant combination of colors, including white, yellow, bronze and red. The varying heights of 2½ to 8 feet will add depth and charm to your garden. This organic mixture is perfect for bouquets and arrangements, as well as a delightful treat for birds. Annual. Full Sun.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $2.00 - CERTIFIED ORGANIC (picture)

#FL 98 - GELBER DISKUS - The 4-5 foot stalks are loaded with flower heads that have a very large, velvety-chocolate brown center and petite yellow petals. A lovely addition to your flower garden. Annual.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 113 - IRISH EYES  - The petite size (2-2 ½ feet) of this charmer makes it perfect for container growing.  The lemon colored petals contrast nicely with the greenish center on this heavy bloomer.  Annual.
PKT. - 15 seeds - $1.25  (picture)

#FL 30 - ITALIAN SUNFLOWER  - Lovely, 4 inch blooms are ivory white in color with a round, brown eye!  Old heirloom variety that produces a profusion of flowers!  Will grow to a height of 4 feet. Annual.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 12 - LARGE GREY SUNFLOWER - The bright yellow, 12 inch diameter  flowers grow on tall, 6 to 8 feet stalks.  Sow the seeds directly in the garden after the last spring frost, making sure the full grown flowers will not shade the other crops.  Great for attracting birds into your garden!  Annual.
PKT. - 35 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL73 - LEMON QUEEN SUNFLOWER - The tall, 7-8 foot stalks of this beauty are filled with wonderful multiple blooms, each with delightful lemon colored petals and chocolate brown centers. A ray of sunshine in the garden! Annual. Sun.
PKT. - 35 seeds - $1.25  (picture)

#FL 90 – MARDI GRAS MIX  - A sunflower lovers favorite!  This charming mix includes Autumn Beauty, Lemon Queen, Velvet Queen and Dwarf Sunspot.  A great choice for cut flowers!  Annual.
PKT. - 35 seeds - $1.25  (picture)

#FL 107 - MAYA - These lovely, 3-4 foot plants will look delightful growing alongside other varieties in your garden. The bright yellow heads have a well-defined shape and dark center. A beautiful choice for the cutting garden.
PKT. – 25 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 95 - MOON WALKER – The sturdy 8 to 12 foot stems have multiple heads of buttery yellow flowers with a dark cocoa center.  A favorite of goldfinches!  Annual.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#OFL 95 - MOON WALKER (CERTIFIED ORGANIC) – The sturdy 8 to 12 foot stems have multiple heads of buttery yellow flowers with a dark cocoa center.  A favorite of goldfinches!  Annual.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $2.00 (picture)

#FL 74 - RED SUN - A very unique sunflower that grows only 3½ to 4 feet tall.  The bright red flowers of this variety make a nice contrast when planted with the yellow varieties!  Annual.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 99 - SANTA FE - Always a favorite in the garden because of its bright and cheery look! The 5-6 foot stalks have orange/yellow flower heads that resemble giant pom-poms. Why not try something a little different this year? Annual. Sun.
PKT. – 35 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 75 - SKYSCRAPER - Strong, 12 foot stalks with cheerful, 14”, bright yellow flowers.  Shows some heat and drought tolerance.   Large, edible seeds!  Annual.
PKT. - 35 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 76 - TEDDY BEAR - Small, 2 to 3 foot plants, with gorgeous 3 to 6 inch double-bloomed flowers.  The cheerful golden heads makes this a favorite of many!  Our favorite sunflower!  Annual.
PKT. - 35 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 97 - TORCH (Tithonia rotundifolia) - Butterflies flock to this variety!  The beautiful orange flowers grow on branching, 5 to 6 foot stems. Sometimes called Mexican Sunflower, it’s a great choice for bouquets and floral arrangements.  Annual.
PKT. - 25 seeds - $1.25 (picture)

#FL 77 - VELVET QUEEN - A stunning variety with velvety, dark red flowers and black centers.  The 5 to 7 foot plants will delight you with their beauty and charm.  The large seeds are great used as birdseed!  Annual.
PKT. - 50 seeds - $1.25 (picture)


SUNFLOWER GARDEN

A wonderful assortment of our best selling 6 varieties, including Autumn Beauty, Italian, Red Sun, Skyscraper, Teddy Bear, and Velvet Queen.  The various heights and colors will add contrast to the garden, as well as giving it a cheerful look all summer long!
SFS - $6.99


WILDFLOWERS

#WFM 1 – BENEFICIAL INSECT MIX – Use Mother Nature to protect your garden!  Excellent mixture of flowers and herbs that will help attract beneficial insects (lacewings, lady bugs, syrphid flies, tachinid flies, trichogramma wasps, etc.) into the garden.  Contains: Candytuft, Siberian Wallflower, Cilantro, California Poppy, Baby Blue-Eyes, Lance-Leaved Coreopsis, Gaillardia, Gayfeather, Shasta Daisy, Bishop’s Flower, Dill, Purple Prairie Clover, Black-Eyed Susan, Forget-Me-Not, Sweet Alyssum,  and New England Aster.
PKT. – 1 oz. - $5.99   (sows 100 to 150 sq. feet)

#WFM 11 - BIRD LOVERS MIX - If bird watching is a hobby of yours, then this delightful blend will encourage more of your friends to come visit.  When blossoms have faded, don't be in a hurry to clean up, since the tasty seed heads will provide nourishment during fall and early winter.  Contains: Four-O-Clock, Partridge Pea, California Poppy, Dwarf Cornflower, Blue Flax, Calendula, Gaillardia, Gayfeather, Purple Coneflower, Phlox, Lance-Leaved Coreopsis, Maximilian Sunflower, Shasta Daisy, Purple Prairie Clover, Sweet William, Prairie Coneflower, Plains Coreopsis, Rigid Goldenrod and Black Eyed Susan.
PKT. – 1 oz. - $5.99   (sows 100 to 150 sq. feet)

#WFM 13 - COTTAGE GARDEN MIX - A charming, old fashioned blend that invokes sweet memories of romance.  An intriguing collection of favorites - perfect for the antique flower garden you've always wanted!  Contains: Candytuft, Four-O-Clock, Love-in-a-Mist, Rocket Larkspur, Lupine, Dwarf Coneflower, Tree Mallow, Corn Poppy, Cut and Come Again Zinnia, Shasta Daisy, Sweet William, Dwarf Cosmos, Maltese Cross, Classic Zinnia, Johnny Jump Up, Forget-Me-Not, Sweet Alyssum, Gloriosa Daisy, Basket of Gold and Foxglove.
PKT. – 1 oz. - $5.99   (sows 100 to 150 sq. feet)

#WFM 12 - CUT FLOWER MIX - Love decorating with fresh flowers?  This blend provides a beautiful assortment of colors and sizes perfect for making unique arrangements.  A great way to add color and natural fragrance to your home.  Contains: Baby's Breath, Purple Coneflower, Painted Daisy, Lupine, Wallflower, Lance-Leaved Coreopsis, Gaillardia, Rocket Larkspur, Cornflower, Tree Mallow, Sulpher Cosmos, Shasta Daisy, Sweet William, Dwarf Cosmos, Mexican Hat, Clarkia, Bishop's Flower, Clasping Coneflower, Iceland Poppy, Gloriosa Daisy and Plains Coreopsis.
PKT. – 1 oz. - $5.99   (sows 100 to 150 sq. feet)

#WFM 2 – HONEY BEE MIX – Want more production in your vegetable garden?  Honey bees and other pollinating insects are the answer!  Attract them to your garden with this mix!  Contains: Baby Blue-Eyes, Siberian Wallflower, Cornflower, Lance Leaved Coreopsis, Cosmos, Purple Coneflower, Gaillardia, Wild Sunflower, Rocky Mountain Beeplant, Corn Poppy, Purple Prairie Clover, White Rockcress, Plains Coreopsis, Black-Eyed Susan, New England Aster, Aspen Daisy, Bergamont and Forget-Me-Not.
PKT. – 1 oz. - $5.99   (sows 100 to 150 sq. feet)

#WFM 3 – HUMMINGBIRD/BUTTERFLY MIX – Invite welcomed visitors into your garden with this delightful mix!  Contains: Purple Coneflower, Tickseed, Cornflower, Rocket Larkspur, Blanketflower, Indian Blanket, Drummond Phlox, Scarlet Sage, Candytuft, Yellow Cosmos, Sweet William, Cosmos, Wallflower, Lemon Mint, Moss Verbena, Standing Cypress, Black-Eyed Susan, Shasta Daisy, Plains Coreopsis, Butterfly Weed, Sweet Alyssum and Toadflax.
PKT. – 1 oz. - $5.99   (sows 100 to 150 sq. feet)

REGIONAL WILDFLOWER MIXES

#WFM 4 –  NORTHEASTERN MIX  –  Contains the following: Perennial Lupine, Purple Coneflower, Scarlet Flax, Tickseed, Indian Blanket, Rocket Larkspur, Blanketflower, Cornflower, Blue Flax, Wallflower, Dame’s Rocket, Black-Eyed Susan, Shasta Daisy, Corn Poppy, Plains Coreopsis, Catchfly, Evening Primrose, Baby’s Breath, New England Aster, Foxglove, Gold Yarrow, and Yarrow.
PKT. – 1 oz. - $5.99   (sows 100 to 150 sq. feet)

#WFM 5 –  NORTH CENTRAL MIX  –  Contains the following: Perennial Lupine, Purple Coneflower, Scarlet Flax, Indian Blanket, Lemon Mint, Tahoka Daisy, Rocket Larkspur, Dame’s Rocket, Black-Eyed Susan, Missouri Primrose, Cornflower, Tickseed, Purple Prairie Clover, Clasping Coneflower, Plains Coreopsis, Baby’s Breath, Blanketflower, Dwarf Red Coreopsis, Corn Poppy, Evening Primrose, Catchfly, Mexican Hat, Toadflax and Yarrow.
PKT. – 1 oz. - $5.99   (sows 100 to 150 sq. feet)

#WFM 6 –  ROCKY MOUNTAIN MIX  –  Contains the following: Perennial Lupine, Scarlet Flax, Tickseed, Blue Flax, Tahoka Daisy, Shasta Daisy, Blanketflower, Rocky Mountain Penstemon, Wallflower, Rocket Larkspur, Cornflower, Clasping Coneflower, Indian Blanket, Black-Eyed Susan, Mountain Garland, Catchfly, Corn Poppy, Evening Primrose, Mexican Hat, Toadflax, Gold Yarrow and Yarrow.
PKT. – 1 oz. - $5.99   (sows 100 to 150 sq. feet)

#WFM 7 –  SOUTHEASTERN MIX  –  Contains the following: Indian Blanket, Purple Coneflower, Scarlet Flax, Lemon Mint, Cosmos, Five Spot, Drummond Phlox, Tickseed, Rocket Larkspur, Dame’s Rocket, African Daisy, Cornflower, Plains Coreopsis, Moss Verbena, Black-Eyed Susan, Clasping Coneflower, Dwarf Red Coreopsis, Corn Poppy, Sweet Alyssum, Evening Primrose, Showy Primrose, Mexican Hat, Toadflax and Yarrow.
PKT. – 1 oz. - $5.99   (sows 100 to 150 sq. feet)

#WFM 8 – SOUTHWESTERN MIX – Contains the following: Arroyo Lupine, California Poppy, Scarlet Flax, Indian Blanket, Tahoka Daisy, Five Spot, African Daisy, California Bluebells, Baby Blue Eyes, Tidy-Tips, Clasping Coneflower, Black-Eyed Susan, Showy Primrose, Moss Verbena, Yarrow, Mexican Hat, Toadflax & Purple Tansy.
PKT. – 1 oz. - $5.99   (sows 100 to 150 sq. feet)

#WFM 9 – TEXAS / OKLAHOMA MIX – This mix really stands up to long dry summers!  Contains the following: Texas Bluebonnet, Indian Blanket, Scarlet Flax, Tickseed, Lemon Mint, Purple Coneflower, Drummond Phlox, Cornflower, Rocket Larkspur, Baby Blue Eyes, Ox-Eyed Daisy, California Poppy, Yellow Cosmos, Baby’s Breath, African Daisy, Plains Coreopsis, Clasping Coneflower, Black-Eyed Susan, Moss Verbena, Corn Poppy, Toadflax, Dwarf Red Coreopsis, Standing Cypress, Showy Primrose, Mexican Hat, Common Yarrow and Texas Paintbrush.
PKT. – 1 oz. - $5.99   (sows 100 to 150 sq. feet)

#WFM 10 – WESTERN MIX – Contains the following: Arroyo Lupine, California Poppy, Scarlet Flax, Blue Flax, Five Spot, Baby Blue Eyes, Indian Blanket, Shasta Daisy, Tickseed, Rocket Larkspur, African Daisy, Cornflower, Wallflower, Dame’s Rocket, Black-Eyed Susan, California Bluebells, Bird’s Eyes, Plains Coreopsis, Tidy-Tips, Corn Poppy, Farewell-To-Spring, Catchfly, Toadflax, Evening Primrose and Yarrow.
PKT. – 1 oz. - $5.99   (sows 100 to 150 sq. feet)

WILDFLOWER PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS


GROW A MOON GARDEN!

With today's busy schedules, few people are able to enjoy their gardens during the daylight hours.  But there's a way you can delight in the fragrance and beauty of flowers after dark - plant a night blooming garden!  While attractive during the day, they take on a whole new look and feel at twilight.  An aromatic, night blooming garden offers a peaceful and tranquil spot to relax at the end of the day.  This package includes the 32 page booklet "PLANNING & PLANTING A MOON GARDEN" as well as 15 varieties of the suggested flowers to get you started: Alyssum, Baby's Breath, Bellflower, Butterfly Weed, Candytuft, Coneflower, Dianthus (Pinks), Dusty Miller, Evening Primrose, Flowering Tobacco (Nicotiana), Foxglove, Moonflower, Phlox, Shasta Daisy and Stock.
MGP - $20.00



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BUDSWELL

High phosphorus formula (0-7-0) is one of the finest organic flowering fertilizers on the market today.   Promotes more and bigger blooms in your flower garden!  Will also promote higher yields from flowering vegetable varieties (beans, cucumbers, eggplants, melons, peppers, squash, tomatoes, etc.).  Highly soluble and odorless.  Mix 1 to 3 tablespoons to a gallon of water.  Fertilize while watering your plants!  2 pound package.
BSWL - $19.99
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PERUVIAN SEABIRD GUANO
The perfect all natural, 100% organic fertilizer.  Use it inside or outdoors, there is nothing that can compare to Peruvian Seabird Guano for accelerating plant growth  and improving plant vigor.   11-13-3 formula is "just right" for all your flowering vegetables, such as tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, etc.   Also does wonders for  your annual and perennial flowers.  Contains important trace elements.  Just add one to three tablespoons per gallon of water to feed your plants.  Nothing could be easier!  2.2 pound bag.
PSG - $10.99




 

PEACE OF MIND ALL-PURPOSE FERTILIZER (5-5-5) - 100% ORGANIC - All Purpose is all good! This ready-to-use, pH-balanced blend contains natural microorganisms and 100 percent organic fertilizers. Peace of Mind All Purpose  is perfect for vegetable gardens, annual and perennial flower gardens, ornamental plantings, houseplants and more.
4 lb. box
PAL - $15.95
 
 
 



 
 

PTT - RAPICLIP PLANT TWIST TIE
Each spool contains 100 feet of plastic coated .4 mm wire.  A handy built-in cutter assists in getting the perfect length needed for all your gardening chores.  Plant Twist Ties provde a quick fix for training young plants, vines and flowers, or helping to control the vegetable garden.
PTT - $2.59
 
 
 
 


FLOWER GARDENER’S BIBLE – by Lewis & Nancy Hill – 372 pages – Fully illustrated throughout with more than 500 color photographs, charts, and garden plans.  A primer filled with designs, techniques, and plant varieties for colorful gardens.  A must-have for any flower enthusiast.

#FGB - $27.50

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PLASTIC POT LABELS - High quality, blank plastic stakes are used to label transplants inside. Just use a fine point permanent marker to easily write down information on the stakes.  Plastic is white and writing remains legible despite the action of weather, water or fertilizer.  20 mil thick plastic wears better than wood stakes, costs less than metal stakes.  Large size may also be used outside in the garden.
PL 24 - 25 stakes (4" by ½") - $2.25          PL 26 - 25 stakes (6" by ½") - $2.75

JIFFY 7 SEED STARTING PELLETS - Just add water to the compressed peat pellets and you’re ready to start seeds indoors!  Pellets expand to 1¾"  in diameter to 1¾" in height.  Encased in netting , they retain their shape and get plants off to a good start.  No more plastic trays, no more broken roots.  The simplest and easiest way to start all your transplants!  Instructions included.
JF 7  -  12 pack - $2.59
JF 25 - 25 pack - $4.59

PROPAGATION MATS – Bottom heating propagation mats keep soil warm to aid indoor germination.  Mat is hermetically sealed in plastic.   For indoor use only.
FGP-1 -  Window sill mat is 3 inches wide by 24 inches long – $25.99   (For starting plants on a sunny window sill!)
FGP-2 – Medium propagation mat is 10 inches wide by 20.75 inches long - $35.99  (Holds one standard seed flat.)
FGP-3 – Large propagation mat is 22 inches wide by 44 inches long - $79.99  (Holds four standard seed flats.)


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