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$15.00WILDFLOWER MIX, A Pollinator’s Paradise FULL SUN All Harvesting History Wildflower Mixes are unique because they always include a few herbs as well as traditional heirloom wildflowers. The flowers in this mix were selected because of their outstanding ability ...
$4.50 – $10.00A. Aflatunense Circa 1902. 3” dense lilac-purple spheres. HZ: 5-9 24-30” May-June ...
$11.00 – $38.50A. 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 ...
$4.00 – $12.50A. 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 ...
$11.00 – $38.50A. Cernuum The Nodding Onion. Blossoms are dainty, light pink to lilac bell-shaped flowers. A real drama queen of the garden. HZ: 4-8 16” May/June ...
$11.00 – $38.50A. Flavum Circa 1759. Fragrant. Also known as “Small Yellow Onion”, the flower has fragrant umbels of pendant, bell-shaped, golden yellow florets. HZ: 4-8 24” June/July ...
$9.00 – $25.00A. 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 ...
$15.00 – $37.50A. Rosenbachianum Circa 1894. This exotic giant has 5-8” globes formed from loosely arranged umbels of dark violet florets with darker midveins and white anthers. HZ: 5-9 36” June ...
$15.00 – $37.50A. 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 ...
$2.50 – $10.00Sphaerocephalon 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, long ...
$8.50DINNERPLATE-CACTUS DAHLIA, AC Darkhorse – 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. AC Darkhorse is a ...
$8.50DINNERPLATE-CACTUS DAHLIA, Acapulco – 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. Acapulco is an, exotic dahlia ...
$17.75Acuminata Circa 1800. AKA, The Fire Flame or The Turkish Tulip, this very rare heirloom has uniquely narrow yellow petals edged with scarlet. Incredibly distinctive. Very limited quantities. HZ: 3-9 14”-16” ...
$3.75Ageratum, Blue Mink Ageratum needs well-drained soil and can be grown in partial shade or full sun. In mild climates seed can be sown in the autumn if the soil temperature remains above 50 degrees. In other climates, seed should be ...
$8.50DECORATIVE DAHLIA, Aitara Diadem – 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. Aitara Diadem is a ...
$8.50DINNERPLATE DAHLIA, Akita – 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. Akita produces large (7-8 in.) ...
$8.50FIMBRIATA DAHLIA, Alaunna Clair-Obscur – 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. Alaunna Clair-Obscur is an ...
$3.75Alyssum, Carpet of Snow ***Alyssum is easy to grow and one of the most forgiving plants available today. It is drought tolerant, heat tolerant, soil tolerant and will continue to bloom prolifically throughout the summer and fall without deadheading. It makes ...
$15.00Amalfi 6” - 8” diameter, striking rose pink, single blossoms with white highlights, a small white starburst at the center and a radiant green throat. One of the mostbeautiful amaryllis commercially cultivated. 3-4 blooms per stem. PLANT HEIGHT: 14”– 18” ...
$5.00Amaranthus Tri-colorMost 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 Victorians ...
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