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Aster, Crego Mix$4.50Aster, 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 ...
Categories : Seeds, Flowers, Pollinators
Cosmos, Sensation Mix$4.50Cosmos, 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 ...
Categories : Seeds, Flowers, Biennial, Pollinators
Foxglove$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 ...
Categories : Seeds, Flowers, Annual Ornamental Vines, Pollinators
Gomphrena$4.50Gomphrena 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 ...
Herb, Basil-Thai$5.00HERB, Basil-Thai – Ocimum basilicum var. thyrsiflora FULL SUN Native to India, Africa and Asia, basil has been cultivated by mankind since prehistoric times. It was brought to the US by the early colonists and was an important flavoring agent in American ...
Herb, Borage$5.00HERB, Borage – Borago officinalis FULL SUN Native to Europe, Asia Minor and Africa, this plant has been cultivated for centuries, largely because it was believed to give someone courage. The 2-3 ft. plants produce grayish-green, 6 in., ovate to oblong, slightly ...
Herb, Chamomile (Roman or English)$5.00HERB, Chamomile (Roman or English) – Chamaemelum nobile FULL SUN Native to Europe, Africa and Asia, English Chamomile has been cultivated for centuries. The plant came to the US with the colonists in the late 1600s or early 1700s. The 9-12 in. ...
Herb, Chives$5.00HERB, Chives – 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. ...
Herb, Coriander/Cilantro$5.00HERB, Coriander/Cilantro – Coriandrum sativumm FULL SUN Native to the eastern Mediterranean and southern Europe, Coriander/Cilantro has been cultivated for more than 3000 years. It was brought to the US in the 1600s by the earliest colonists. The 2-3 ft. plants (called ...
Herb, Dill Mammoth$5.00HERB, Dill Mammoth – Anethum graveolens FULL SUN Native to the Mediterranean and southern Russia, Dill has been cultivated for thousands of years. It is one of the first herbs brought to the US by European colonists in the 1600s. The leaves, ...
Herb, Fennel Florence$5.00HERB, Fennel 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 ...
Herb, Thyme$5.00HERB, Thyme – Thymus vulgaris FULL SUN Native to the western Mediterranean, Thyme has been cultivated for thousands of years. It was brought to the US by the early colonists in the 1600s. It is one of the most universally used culinary ...
Hollyhock, Chater’s Double$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. ...
Hollyhock, Indian Spring$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. ...
Hollyhock, Nigra$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 ...
Categories : Seeds, Flowers, Perennial, Pollinators
Scabiosa$4.50Scabiosa seeds should be sown after the danger of frost has passed and covered with a light dusting of soil. The plants with blossom stems grow to a height of 12-14 inches and will bloom continuously from July to the first ...
Sweet William, Double$4.50Sweet William, Double Sweet Williams started from seed are best started indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost. The plants require full sun except in the deep South where they do best in partial shade. They like rich, sandy loam soil. ...
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