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$3.75Black-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. ...
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$7.50CALLA LILY, Captain Morelli Zantedeschia aethiopia FULL SUN Native to South Africa, Calla Lilies are a relatively recent introduction to American and European gardens having reached the two continents in the late 1800s. Captain Morelli is the ‘best’ sunshine yellow Calla available ...
$4.25CHERRY TOMATO – Yellow Pear Along with Red Cherry, the oldest tomato varieties still in cultivation. The lemon yellow, 1 oz. fruit grow in clusters of 8-12. Flesh is sweet and tasty. Sow indoors 6 weeks before transplanting outside. Plant seed ½ ...
$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 ...
$3.75COTTON 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 ...
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$8.50DINNERPLATE DAHLIA, Dazzling Sun – Dahlia FULL SUN TO PARTIAL SHADE Dahlias grow from tuberous roots which are hardy in Zones 6 and higher. They are indigenous to the Mexican Central Plateau and Highlands. Dazzling Sun produces large (7-8 in.) blossoms ...
$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 ...
$4.25LARGE CHERRY TOMATO – Wapsipinicon Peach 100 First discussed in 1885, the peach family of tomatoes became known for the soft fuzz covering their skin. Wapsipinicon produces 2-3 oz. cream or beige fruit that is exceptionally sweet. Plants are incredibly prolific ...
$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 ...
$3.50ONION SETS, Yellow – Allium cepa FULL SUN Probably native to western or central Asia, onions have been cultivated throughout recorded history. They were brought to America with the earliest colonists. Yellow onions store the best of all the onion varieties, ...
$4.00SUMMER SQUASH, Early Prolific Yellow Straightneck – Cucurbito pepo FULL SUN A truly North American squash, the Straightnecks were introduced in the 1890s. They were a mutation from the Early Yellow Crooknecks that was then developed. The 4-8 oz. vivid yellow fruit ...
$3.75Sunflower, Dwarf Sunspot Sunflowers are incredibly easy to grow from seed. Plant the seeds in very late spring when the ground has warmed considerably. Moisten the soil and keep slightly moist until germination. For continuous blooms, start a second group of ...
$3.75Sunflower, Teddy Bear (Sungold Dwarf) Sunflowers are incredibly easy to grow from seed. Plant the seeds in very late spring when the ground has warmed considerably. Moisten the soil and keep slightly moist until germination. For continuous blooms, start a second ...
$3.75Sunflower, Vanilla Ice (Lemon Queen) Sunflowers are incredibly easy to grow from seed. Plant the seeds in very late spring when the ground has warmed considerably. Moisten the soil and keep slightly moist until germination. For continuous blooms, start a second ...
$3.75ONION, Yellow Sweet Spanish – Allium cepa FULL SUN Probably native to western and central Asia, onions have been cultivated since before recorded history. The European explorers brought the onion to the Americas in the 15th century where they quickly became ...
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$3.75ZINNIA, Canary Bird (Giant Dahlia) Canary Bird, a dahlia-flowering zinnia, produces a brilliant yellow, fully double, 3-5 in. diameter opulent blossom on 30-36 in. stems. Plants grow easily from seed. Seed can be sown in the spring once the danger of ...
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