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$5.50ALLIUM, Cernuum - SOLD ONLY AS SEED APPROXIMATELY 25 SEEDS PER PACKET BECAUSE OF LACK OF AVAILABILITY IN THE PAST FEW YEARS, HARVESTING HISTORY ONLY SELLS CERNUUM SEEDS. IT WILL TAKE 2 YEARS FOR THE SEEDS TO PRODUCE BLOSSOMING PLANTS. Allium Cernuum is ...
$15.00–$31.25ALLIUM, Amplectens Graceful Beauty Circa 1857. A NORTH AMERICAN NATIVE. 3 inch globes of star-shaped, sparkling white flowers with pale lavender stamens. Very rare. HZ: 4-8 14” May/June ...
$6.00–$12.50ALLIUM, Azureum Circa 1830. Also known as “Blue of the Heavens”, this elegant plant has 1.5” spheres of corn-flower blue florets with dark mid veins. HZ: 4-7 24” June ...
$35.00–$75.00ALLIUM, Caesium Allium caesium which is also known as Allium urceolatum produces sky-blue globes that range in diameter from 2 to 4 inches. Each globe is made up of pale blue florets. Each petal of the individual florets has a dark ...
$35.00–$75.00ALLIUM, Carolinianum Rosy Beauty Rosy Beauty is a genuine Himalayan native allium indigenous to the rugged, mountainsides of the Himalayas. The 10-16 inch plants produce dainty, fuzzy pink globes approximately 2+ inches in diameter. The leaves are somewhat unusual for Alliums. ...
$10.00–$31.25ALLIUM, Christophii Allium christophii has, perhaps, the largest globes in the Allium family. Its globes can reach a diameter of 10-12 inches and often do. The flowers are actually umbrels which consist of 60-100, 6-8 inch, dark purple, sometimes metallic-blue, stalks ...
$35.00–$75.00ALLIUM, Karativiense Circa 1876. 5” spheres of ivory florets with pinkish-purple highlights and red-edged foliage. A good forcer. HZ: 5-9 8” May/June ...
$7.50–$15.00ALLIUM, Nigrum Allium nigrum is an unusual white Allium not black as its name suggests. The name, nigrum, comes from the dark green ovary which is located at the center of the flowerhead. It is native to southern Europe east to ...
$3.50–$7.50ALLIUM, Oreophilum Allium oreophilum is also known scientifically as Allium ostrowskianum. It is native to the Tien Shan and the Pamir Alai mountains of central Asia. It also grows in Eastern Turkey and the Caucasus. This Allium can be found in ...
$22.50–$75.00ALLIUM, Schubertii Circa 1896. Individual, purplish-rose florets dangling from tiny purplish-rose stems that vary in length from 1/2” to 8” give the flowers a fireworks-like appearance. HZ: 5-8 16” May/June ...
$7.50–$15.00ALLIUM, Siculum Bulgaricum Allium oreophilum is also known scientifically as Allium ostrowskianum. It is native to the Tien Shan and the Pamir Alai mountains of central Asia. It also grows in Eastern Turkey and the Caucasus. This The 32-36 inch plants ...
$5.00–$10.00ALLIUM, Sphaerocephalon Also known as “The Drumstick Allium.” This is a flower for every garden with dense, 1-2”, egg-shaped, crimson to purple flowers. In the garden, as a cut flower and in a dried arrangement, these flowers last for a long, ...
$37.50–$150.00ALLIUM, Stipitatum White Giant Allium stipitatum is native to Turkestan, Afghanistan and Central Asia. It is a very vigorous species. White Giant is the tallest of all the alliums growing to a height of 36 - 48 inches. The globes ...
$5.00–$10.00ALLIUM, Unifolium An American Native Allium unifolium is an American Native plant indigenous to northern California and southern Oregon where it grows in the moist soil of the pine and mixed evergreen forests at elevations below 4,000 feet. It was introduced commercially ...
$4.00Amaranthus, 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 ...
$4.00Aster, 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 ...
$25.00–$56.25CAMASSIA, Cusickii Circa 1888. Pale wisteria blue. HZ: 4-8 24-30” May/June ...
$5.00–$10.00CAMASSIA, Quamash Circa 1837. Also known as the Indian Hyacinth. Pale to deep lavender blue. HZ: 4-8 15” May/June ...
$4.00Celosia, 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 ...
$4.00Chinese 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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