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  • Candytuft Pastel Mix

    Candytuft Pastel Mix

    One of the brightest and easiest to grow annuals. Compact plants produce clusters of dazzing flowers in an array of pastel colors in just 8-10 weeks. For spectacular inmpact plnat in borders, edgings, rock gardens, and beds. Enjoy in fresh bouquets. 8-12" tall.
    $2.75
  • Chia Sprout Mix

    Chia Sprout Mix

    Throw & grow seed bombs
    $9.99
  • Chinese Forget-Me-Not

    Chinese Forget-Me-Not

    These easy to grow and hardy plants bear a profusion of dainty bright blue flowers during later spring and early summer. This old favorite is excellent interplanted among bulbs and annuals, in rock gardens , as edging plants, in mass plantings and along stream banks. 9-12" tall.
    $2.50
  • Clarkia Elegans Mix

    Clarkia Elegans Mix

    Plants bear a profusion of elegant double and semi-double flowers in a variety of beautiful colors all along 2'/61 cm. stems throughout the summer. Attractive in mass plantings, beds, containers and make beautiful, long lasting cut flowers. Plants prefer cool weather. 18-24" tall.
    $2.75
  • CLARY SAGE* Organic

    CLARY SAGE* Organic

    Beautiful plant with fuzzy 9" long leaves. Flowers the second year with beautiful pink, lavender and blue shades with white. Flowers borne on 3
    1/2 tall inflorenscence. Excellent cut flower. Used in perfume . Flowers in the summer.
    $2.75
  • Cosmos Bright Lights Mix

    Cosmos Bright Lights Mix

    A graceful showy annual producing huge flowers with broad fluted petals in a variety of beautiful shades, admist delicate and feathery foliage. Plants are easy-to-grow, developing rapidly, and will bloom throughout the summer and fall. Attractive as a background plant, in mass or containers and make excellent, long lasting cut flowers. 3' tall.
    $2.50
  • ENGLISH DAISY

    ENGLISH DAISY

    The English Daisy Mix is a double bloosom, daisy-like flower that blooms in early spring. Charming plants for edging, rock gardens and as companion plants to other early bloomers. They make wonderful cut flowers at a time of year when there aren't many.
    $3.50
  • EVENING PRIMROSE*Organic

    EVENING PRIMROSE*Organic

    3-4' tall covered with light yellow flowers. Edible leaves flowers and long tap roots, were eaten by Native Americans. Watch the flowers pop open as the sun sets. Heavenly smell. Native to much of the U.S. Will reseed
    its self and can be invasive. Flowers attract beneficial insects. Plant in
    full sun.
    $2.75
  • FOUR O'CLOCKS

    FOUR O'CLOCKS

    This is a long-time favorite is easy to-to-grow and produces an abumdance of dazzling blossoms on handsome, bushy plants from summer to fall. The fragrant flowers open in mid to late afternoon. Plant in beds, borders or use as low hedge or shrub foundations. This tender perennial is usually grown as an annual. 24-30" tall.
    $2.50
  • GAILLARDIA-Blanketflower

    GAILLARDIA-Blanketflower

    Gaillardia Aristata

    Perennial

    Large daisy-like flowers in gold and red on 2½ foot tall plants. Tolerates hot/cold, dry climate and poor soil. Approx. 145 seeds/PKT; 2041 seeds/¼ oz. Flowering period: July to September. Germination: 2-3 weeks at 70° F. Culture: Direct seed in early spring or propagate by root divisions after established in the garden. Full sun/light, sandy soils. Space 12 inches apart. Broadly adapted. PKT (500mgs)
    $2.25
  • Garden Herb Mix

    Garden Herb Mix

    Throw & grow seed bombs
    $9.99
  • GLORIOSA DAISY

    GLORIOSA DAISY

    Spectacular, giant blossoms, often 7"/8 cm across, are born on long, sturdy stems. Plants are easy-to-grow, blooming profusely the first year planted, from summer until late fall. Tolerate drought, hot and cool weather, and poor, well drained soil. Stunning when planted in mass, and in the back of borders, and make beautiful, long lasting cut flowers.
    3' tall.
    $2.75

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