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$5.00Cleome, Rose Queen Cleomes are one of the easiest plants to grow from seed. They are annuals, but they are vigorous reseeders. They prefer full sun and light, rich soil. Plant the seed in the spring after the danger of frost ...
$5.00Columbine s are short-lived perennials that can tolerate poor soil conditions, but do best in light sandy soil with good drainage. They prefer partial shade. The seeds can be sown in the fall or the spring and must be sown into ...
$3.75Coreopsis, Tinctoria Tall Mix Coreopsis can be grown easily from seed by broadcasting seed in spring after the danger of frost has passed. It is recommended to succession plant this flower for a continuous bloom from June to frost. Deadheading is ...
$3.75Cosmos, Sea Shells Cosmos are one of the easiest plants to grow from seed. “Benign neglect is the key.” writes Tovah Martin in her book, Heirloom Flowers, and she is absolutely correct. The plants begin to bloom in late July or ...
$3.75Cosmos, Sensation Mix Cosmos are one of the easiest plants to grow from seed. “Benign neglect is the key.” writes Tovah Martin in her book, Heirloom Flowers, and she is absolutely correct. The plants begin to bloom in late July or ...
$3.75COTTON FULL SUN Native to the American Southeast, cotton has never been grown as an ornamental except for educational purposes, but its 4-8 ft. statuesque habit, striking, hibiscus-like lemon yellow flowers and fascinating seed pods should make it a welcome ornamental ...
$3.75Cypress Vine seeds should be sown in late spring or early summer when the ground is very warm. They can be soaked for 12-24 hours before planting. Moisten the soil and keep slightly moist until germination. Always plant in full sun. Type Spacing Planting ...
$3.75Daisy, English English Daisy seeds should be sown in the spring after the danger of frost has passed or late in the fall. Cover the seeds with ¼ inch of soil. After germination, the seedlings should be thinned to allow 6 ...
$3.75Daisy, Shasta Alaska Shasta Daisy Alaska seed should be broadcasted after the danger of frost has passed. Plants need full sun or partial shade and rich soil that is moist, but not consistently wet. Plants will begin blooming in July and ...
$3.75Echinacea (Purple Coneflower) Purple Coneflowers are some of the hardiest and most forgiving plants grown. They can tolerate almost any kind of soil, but they will thrive in soil amended with compost and phosphate in the spring. The plants can be ...
$3.75Evening Primrose To obtain blossoms in the first planting year, seeds must be sown in the fall. They can also be started indoors in early spring and then transplanted outside. Young plants form rosettes which then produce flowering stems. Seeds started ...
$3.75Forget Me Not, Chinese Forget Me Nots can be grown easily from seed and are prolific reseeders. They seed should be broadcast where they are likely to grow, because they do not transplant well. The plants begin to bloom in early ...
$3.75Four O' Clock/Marvel of Peru Four O’ Clocks can tolerate many soil types and will grow in poor soil, but they prefer a loamy soil amended with compost. They can prosper in both full sun and partial shade. The plants are ...
$3.75Foxglove s are difficult to grow from seed and do not transplant well. It often takes years to establish a healthy grouping of the plants. It is recommended that seed be planted in the fall, but it can also be planted ...
$3.75Gaillardia, Blanketflower "Gaillardias grow easily from seed and will flower in their first year. Broadcast the seed over the soil. Moisten slightly. The plants deteriorate rapidly as they age, so separate clumps every three years to produce maximum blooms. Gaillardias are ...
$5.00Gomphrena is a bit difficult to grow from seed. The seeds should be sown indoors in February in a container with bottom heat. Transplant outdoors when the danger of frost has passed. will grow in most soils, but prefer a soil ...
$3.75Hollyhock, Chater's Double Hollyhocks are sometimes difficult to grow from seed. They can be started indoors in February if bottom heat is applied. They should be planted ½ inch deep and will take 14-21 days to germinate. Nigra can take longer. ...
$3.75Hollyhock, Indian Spring Hollyhocks are sometimes difficult to grow from seed. They can be started indoors in February if bottom heat is applied. They should be planted ½ inch deep and will take 14-21 days to germinate. Nigra can take longer. ...
$3.75Hollyhock, Nigra Hollyhocks are sometimes difficult to grow from seed. They can be started indoors in February if bottom heat is applied. They should be planted ½ inch deep and will take 14-21 days to germinate. Nigra can take longer. Because ...
$5.00Hyacinth Bean s should be planted in the late spring or early summer when the soil has become very warm. The seeds can be scored and soaked for 24 hours before planting to hasten germination. Seeds should be planted 6 inches ...
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