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$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 ...
$5.00Cherry Tomato – Sungold One of the best cherry tomatoes in cultivation. The small, ½ oz. or less, golden-orange fruit are unimaginably sweet and borne on trusses of 10-20. The incredibly prolific plants produce hundreds of fruit. Sow indoors 6 weeks before ...
$9.35–$36.30Suzy Circa 1954. Fragrant. Blossoms are canary yellow with a red-orange cup. HZ: 3-7 18-20” Mid-season ...
$3.75Cherry Tomato – Sweet 100 First introduced in the 1950s, this small, ½ oz. or less, brilliant red, cherry tomato can be counted on to produce 100 fruit. The fruit are incredibly sweet and borne on sprays of 10-20. Sow indoors 6 ...
$3.75Sweet Pea, Painted Lady – Lathyrus odoratus FULL SUN-PARTIAL SHADE Native to the Northern Temperate Zones of the planet, the ornamental sweet pea has been a part of European, American and British gardens since the 1700s. Seeds sent to England in ...
$3.75Sweet Pea, Royal Mix – Lathyrus odoratus FULL SUN-PARTIAL SHADE Native to the Northern Temperate Zones of the planet, the ornamental sweet pea has been a part of European, American and British gardens since the 1700s. Seeds sent to England in ...
$3.75Sweet 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. ...
$6.75–$22.00Sylvestris "Circa 16th century. AKA The Florentine Tulip or The Woodland Tulip, popularized by Thomas Jefferson in his Monticello garden. Blossoms are sweetly fragrant with sunshine yellow, elliptical petals that open distinctively green, fade to chartreuse and mature to yellow. A ...
$4.00WINTER SQUASH, Table Queen or Acorn – Cucurbito pepo FULL SUN A squash surrounded in mystery, Table Queen was introduced in 1913 by the Iowa Seed Company. The seed had either come from Denmark or the Dakotas. The 1 lb. fruit ...
$3.25Celery, Tall Utah – Apium graveolens var. dulce FULL SUN Native to the Mediterranean and possibly parts of Asia and Africa, celery was largely unknown until the 1500s. The plant requires constantly moist, well-drained, rich soil to flourish. As the plant ...
$3.75Tansy – Tanacetum vulgare FULL SUN Native to Europe, Tansy has been cultivated for thousands of years because it was believed that it could grant immortality. Tansy was brought to the US in the 1700s. Today, the 2-3 ft. plant is ...
$2.25BUSH BEAN, Tendergreen – Phaseolus vulgaris FULL SUN Native to the Americas, beans were one of the great gifts to the Old World from the New World where they had been cultivated for 10,000 years. Snap beans are meant to be ...
$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 ...
$6.75–$22.00Thalia 1916. Fragrant. Known as the “Orchid Narcissus”, this plant produces up to 5 pendant white flowers with recurved petals and a cup-shaped crown per stem. HZ: 4-9 16-18” Late-season ...
$40.00This metal basket with its wood spool handle is one of the most useful, and it will become one of the most beloved, garden tools you ever own – this is NO exaggeration. This basket is made in Germany by a ...
$13.50The Heritage Indoor is the smallest can that Haws manufactures. The design is from one of Haws earliest cans. The can is actually meant for adults, but has become very popular as a child’s watering can. It is nearly indestructible. If you know ...
$155.00This is a traditional watering can with hardwood handles that is inspired by the Haws cans of yesteryear. Made by the time-honored methods that have made Haws famous, the can is contructed from heavy gauge steel that is hot-dipped galvanized for ...
$110.00This is the classic Haws traditional watering can that is instantly recognized as the legendary Peter Rabbit design from the Beatrix Potter tales. Made by the time-honored methods that made Haws famous, the cans are constructed from heavy gauge steel coated ...
$25.00The Homi is an ancient Asian tool that was believed to have originated in Korea. Its Korean name, Homi, means ‘little spear’. Women, working on small family farms, carried only a homi to accomplish their day’s work in the fields. ...
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