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$4.50Bachelor'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 ...
$4.50Bachelor'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 ...
$4.50Bachelor'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 ...
Categories : Second Season Flowers, Seeds, Flowers, Perennial, Northern American Native, Pollinators$4.50Bee 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 ...
Categories : Second Season Flowers, Seeds, Flowers, Perennial, Northern American Native, Pollinators$4.50Black-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. ...
$4.50Canterbury 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. ...
$4.50Chinese 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 ...
$4.50Columbine 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 ...
$4.50Daisy, 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 ...
$4.50Echinacea (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 ...
$4.50Evening 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 ...
$4.50Foxglove 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 ...
$4.50Gaillardia, 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 ...
$4.50Hollyhock, 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. ...
$4.50Hollyhock, 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. ...
$4.50Hollyhock, 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 ...
$4.50Johnny Jump Up (Viola) Johnny Jump Up seeds can be planted in the fall for spring blooms or the spring for summer and fall blooms. In many areas of the United States, with the mild winters, these plants will bloom throughout ...
$4.50Larkspur In the 1900’s, the ’s popularity waned, but with the recent resurgence of interest in romantic cottage gardens, the has regained some of its popularity. The plant grows best from seed when the seed is sown in the late fall. ...
$4.50Lupine, Russell's Prize Mix Lupines can be grown from seed, but the seed must be scarified (scratched) and then soaked for 24 hours to enhance germination. Lupines are often found clustered around rocky drainage ditches or on the edge of gravelly ...
$4.50Money Plant (Lunaria) Money plant will grow in full sun and partial shade and can tolerate many different soil conditions. Plant the seeds in spring after the danger of frost has passed. To dry the seed pods, harvest the pods on ...
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