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$3.75Ageratum, Blue Mink Ageratum needs well-drained soil and can be grown in partial shade or full sun. In mild climates seed can be sown in the autumn if the soil temperature remains above 50 degrees. In other climates, seed should be ...
$3.75Alyssum, Carpet of Snow ***Alyssum is easy to grow and one of the most forgiving plants available today. It is drought tolerant, heat tolerant, soil tolerant and will continue to bloom prolifically throughout the summer and fall without deadheading. It makes ...
$5.00Amaranthus Tri-colorMost amaranths are easy to grow from seed. Sow the seed, once the soil temperature is above 70 degrees. Amaranths must have full sun, and they will wilt easily if it is too dry. The Victorians ...
$3.75Amaranthus, Caudatus Red (Love Lies Bleeding) Most amaranths are easy to grow from seed. Sow the seed, once the soil temperature is above 70 degrees. Amaranths must have full sun, and they will wilt easily if it is too dry. The ...
$3.75Aster, Crego Mix The China Asters, including Aster Crego, will grow in full sun, but can also tolerate partial shade. They are best started indoors 4-6 weeks before the last frost. These plants can be started outdoors, but the flowering season ...
$3.75Bachelor's Button, Jubilee Gem Blue Bachelor Buttons require full sun and are drought, heat and soil tolerant. Seeds should be sown in the spring when the danger of frost has passed. Broadcast the seed over an area and then cover with ...
$3.75Bachelor's Button, Red Boy (Tall Red) Bachelor Buttons require full sun and are drought, heat and soil tolerant. Seeds should be sown in the spring when the danger of frost has passed. Broadcast the seed over an area and then cover ...
$3.75Bachelor's Button, Snowman Bachelor Buttons require full sun and are drought, heat and soil tolerant. Seeds should be sown in the spring when the danger of frost has passed. Broadcast the seed over an area and then cover with no more ...
$3.75Balsam, Camellia Balsams can be started indoors or direct seeded outside when the danger of frost has passed. Plants from seed started outside will not bloom until late July or early August. Pants started indoors may bloom as early as late ...
$5.00Baptisia (False Indigo) Baptisia should be planted in the spring when the danger of frost has passed. The seeds can be scored and soaked for 12-24 hours before planting to optimize germination. The plants do best in lime-free, stony soil with ...
$5.00Bee Balm Monarda started from seed does not bloom the first year unless the seed is planted the prior autumn. Monarda needs a compost rich soil and does best in full sun except in Zones 7-8 where it can tolerate partial ...
$3.75Black-Eyed Susan Rudbeckia Hirta is a perennial that self seeds prolifically. It grows in full sun or partial shade. It is drought, heat and soil tolerant. For best results, plant seeds in the spring after the threat of frost has passed. ...
$3.75Blue Flax To grow from seed, it is best to sow the seed in the late fall or the early spring. Cover with ¼ inch of soil and pat the soil down. In the fall, leave the seed to germinate in ...
$5.00Blue Lace Flower plants should always be direct seeded because they do not transplant well. Plant in spring after the danger of frost has passed. As the plant grows it will form a lovely lacy mound of green leaves. In late ...
$3.75Calendula For s, direct seed only, because they do not transplant well. Plant in the springwhen the danger of frost has passed in an area that receives full sun. s will begin blooming in July and will continue to bloom until the ...
$3.75ONE PACKET WEIGHS 250 MG – CONTAINS APPROXIMATELY 50 SEEDS Poppy seed is some of the most extraordinary seed known to mankind. Seeds can be stored or buried for sometimes hundreds of years and yet will germinate when the soil is ...
$5.00Canterbury Bells are biennial, blooming most prolifically in the second year and rarely blooming in the first year. The plants need full sun, good moisture and will do well with a generous amendment of bone meal to the soil around them. ...
$5.00Castor Bean (Ricinus) Castor Bean requires full sun. The plants will probably need frequent watering, and like a nitrogen rich fertilizer. Some old-time gardeners recommend planting a living fence of Castor Bean plants around the vegetable garden. This, they say, will ...
$3.75Celosia, Cockscomb Tall Direct seed Celosias in late spring or early summer when the soil temperature has risen above 70 degreesThe plants require full sun and like warmth, but their roots must be kept moist at all times. If the roots ...
$3.75Chinese Lantern can be grown easily from seed. They can grow in partial shade as well as full sun. Plant seed in the spring when all danger of frost has passed. Lanterns appear in late July –early August and turn orange ...
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