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$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. ...
$3.75Caraway – Carum carvi FULL SUN Native to the Middle East. Asia and Central Europe, archaeological evidence froom the Mesolithic period suggests that caraway has been cultivated and used for more than 5000 years. The early colonists brought Caraway to the ...
$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 ...
$3.75Chives – Allium Schoenoprasum FULL SUN Native to the Orient, Chives have been a food ingredient for more than 5000 years starting with the Chinese and quickly adopted by the Greeks. The earliest colonists brought Chives to America in the 1600s. ...
$3.75Fennel, Florence – Foeniculum vulgare dulce FULL SUN Native to the Mediterranean and Western Asia, Fennel has been cultivated for centuries. The seeds are an effective appetite suppressant. The strong anise flavor of the stems, leaves, flowers and seeds makes Fennel ...
$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 ...
$3.75Hollyhock, 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 ...
$5.00Lupine, Carolina Carolina Lupine is best when grown in rich soil, with full sun, but it can tolerate poor soil, partial shade and drought. The plant grows from 3-5 feet, but 5 feet is very rare. It is hardy from Zone ...
$3.75Lupine, 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 ...
$3.75Money 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 ...
$3.75Texas Blue Bonnet FULL SUN-PARTIAL SHADE Native to Texas and its official state flower, this member of the Pea Family can be found growing in drainage ditches and along roadsides throughout the Southwest. The 18 in. plants produce 6-8 in. spires ...
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