GARDEN SEEDS / SEED STARTING
Sunflower Moulin Rouge Pollenless Seeds$2.99
Helianthus annuus hybrid Item #1191 Annual. Moulin Rouge is a stunning, true red sunflower, on multi-branching plants. A dramatic accent in beds, borders, and arrangements. For highest quality cut flowers, planting closer together will produce longer stems and smaller flowers. For long-lasting vase life, cut before flower is completely open. Pollenless flowers mean no more messy pollen-drop when brought indoors. Attracts pollinators. Drought tolerant once established.
Sunflower Evening Sun Organic HEIRLOOM Seeds$2.39
Helianthus annuus Item #2007 Annual. Gorgeous 4" - 6" sunset-hued flowers with dark centers bloom in abundance over a long bloom period to keep your garden alight, and your flower vases full for many weeks. Rich tones of vivid gold, autumn orange, warm mahogany and blazing bronze are all on one plant! Multi-branching habit makes for an excellent annual screen or fence cover-up. Sunflowers are one of the easiest flowering plants to grow.
Poppy Black Swan Seeds$1.89
Papaver somniferum var. laciniatum Item #1312 Annual. Black Swan is too gorgeous to tuck away in a menagerie of other flowers. Sow it along a path you frequent, in a bed near your deck or patio, or in a large container where you can watch its richly colored 3"-5" semi-double blossoms unfurl from full pods on graceful, curved, swan-like necks. Savor its intricate, finely cut petals that are as dark as a fine cabernet. Harvest them for exquisite bouquets or simply enjoy the show! Deer resistant.
Onion Bulb Yellow Sweet Spanish Utah Seeds$1.79
Allium cepa var. cepa Item #0291 Long day. 100 days. The Sweet Spanish onion was grown in the U.S. at least as far back as 1916. Sweet Spanish Utah is from that early type, producing large, 3.5"-5" globe-shaped bulbs with amazingly mild, sweet flavor. A long-day variety, it grows best in states north of the 37th parallel. Utah designated this onion the state vegetable in 2002. This packet sows four 10-foot rows.
Broccoli Sprouting Summer Purple Seeds$2.39
Brassica oleracea (Italica group) Item #0290 60-90 days. Sprouting broccoli produces shoots (rather than one head) and is easier to grow than common broccoli. Unlike most other sprouting varieties, Summer Purple does not need a cold period to start production. It continues to produce throughout the heat of summer and early fall. Fresh spears are beautiful on vegetable trays, and can be steamed or stir-fried for a tender, succulent, nutritious addition to any meal. Purple florets "magically" turn green when heated! This packet yields 24 plants when started indoors.
Cress Garden Wrinkled Crinkled Crumpled Organic Seeds$1.99
Lepidium sativum Item #6101 Cool season. Annual. Go a gourmet step beyond traditional watercress with this zippy garden cress also known as pepper grass. Similar to watercress, but easier to grow, it is a cross between a broad leaf Persian and a curly cress, for more intense piquancy. Its crisp upright leaves make for easy cutting. Forget about using parsley as a garnish! Replace it with this frilly, flavorsome beauty with a fun name.
Sunflower Sunspot Organic Seeds$1.89
Helianthus annuus Item #2014 Annual. No room to grow giant sunflowers? Try Sunspot instead for its large flower heads on dwarf, 18" - 24" stalks. Kids will love growing these giant flowers that are just the right height for your favorite "Gardener in Training"! Sunspot makes large dramatic cut flowers, container plantings or a short annual hedge. Birds enjoy the seed heads in autumn and winter. Kids can dry the seeds for their own homegrown tasty snack.
Nasturtium Jewel Blend Seeds$1.89
Tropaeolum majus Item #1028 Annual. Add bling to your garden with these colorful jewels! Every salad should be graced with edible nasturtium flowers! The leaves are also edible. Dreary winter? In a south window, grow these cheery flowers inside! This compact variety is an excellent edging plant and charming in hanging baskets.
Zinnia Thumbelina Seeds$1.89
Zinnia elegans Item #1048 Annual. "Thumbelina, tiny little thing", aptly describes this flower, a dwarf in the world of larger, bolder zinnias, but not short on brilliant color! A charming flower "scarcely half as long as a thumb" in a wide range of colors is destined to be the darling of your garden! Zinnias thrive in heat, bloom all season, and are easy to grow. Each individual flower lasts a very long time on the plant, or in a vase.
Zinnia Cut & Come Again HEIRLOOM Seeds$1.89
Zinnia elegans pumila Item #1196 Annual. Cut these old-fashioned blooms for your bouquets, and flowers will "come again" producing continuously until fall frost. Long-lasting 2" - 2.5" blossoms on heat-loving plants supply endless color for your flowerbeds, containers and borders. Each individual flower lasts a very long time on the plant, and in the vase before fading.
Viola Johnny-Jump-Up HEIRLOOM Seeds$1.69
Viola tricolor Item #1045 Perennial usually grown as an annual. Nothing is as charming as a patch of Johnny-Jump-Ups poking their heads above the snow. Perennials often treated as annuals, violas often overwinter in climates as cold as USDA zone 4. Can bloom fall through spring in mild climates. Cold & rain tolerant. Edible flowers are a lovely decoration on cakes and salads!
Sunflower Mammoth Grey Stripe HEIRLOOM Seeds$1.79
Helianthus annuus Item #1039 Annual. This giant among sunflowers is a fast grower that can reach 12' tall and produce 10" - 12" flowers! Not fussy about soil, it's very easy to grow and drought tolerant. Grow in a tight row to cover up that not-so-pretty chain link fence or make an attractive screen. Edible gray striped seeds invite birds in the fall (if you don't eat them first!)
Poppy Flanders/Corn American Legion HEIRLOOM Seeds$1.79
Papaver rhoeas Item #1215 Annual. John McCrae, a Canadian physician and soldier who served in World War I, immortalized the Flanders poppy, also known as corn poppy. His poem, "In Flanders Fields" spoke of these red poppies as reminders of those who had lost their lives in war. Scatter them in early spring or fall for your own personal memorial, or simply enjoy them for their glorious beauty. Deer resistant.
Nasturtium Trailing Single Blend HEIRLOOM Seeds$1.89
Tropaeolum majus Item #1029 Annual. Single Blend nasturtiums bloom in shades of scarlet, gold, orange, and yellow single flowers. Their long, trailing stems can be easily trained up a trellis or fence. The edible blossoms and leaves taste a bit peppery like watercress, adding a wonderful kick of flavor and color to salads. Rabbit and deer deterrent.
Nasturtium Alaska Variegated HEIRLOOM Seeds$1.89
Tropaeolum majus Item #1172 Annual. Gardening is fun with nasturtiums! The large, pebble-like seeds are easy and fun to plant, and it's amazing to watch the plants quickly grow. It's also fun to watch your guests' surprise as they ponder whether or not to eat the edible, peppery flavored flowers atop their salads, or garnishing their dinner plates.
Morning Glory Sunrise Blend Seeds$1.89
Ipomoea purpurea Item #1086 Annual. Sunrise Blend's assortment of luscious colorful blooms flutter in the breeze against vigorous heart-shaped foliage from midsummer to the first fall frost. The flowers open in early morning, and may stay open all day on cloudy days or when temperatures cool down in fall. Reseeds freely. Attracts butterflies, humming birds, and bees. Deer Resistant Caution: Most parts of this plant are poisonous.
Morning Glory Heavenly Blue HEIRLOOM Seeds$1.69
Ipomoea tricolor Item #1027 Annual. This showy climber will bedazzle all who are lucky enough to behold it! Morning glory is so named because the flowers open in the cool of morning, then close when it gets too hot. On cloudy days, and in the fall, the blossoms stay open all day. Caution: Most parts of this plant are poisonous.
Moonflower HEIRLOOM Seeds$2.39
Ipomoea alba Item #1100 Annual. Locate this fast growing vine by a porch column, or on a trellis under a window where you can enjoy its evening performance and heady fragrance. Witness the magnificent flowers unfold within 2 to 3 minutes, an event worth inviting guests! Caution: all parts of this plant are poisonous.
Marigold African Crackerjack HEIRLOOM Seeds$1.69
Tagetes erecta Item #1228 Annual. Marigolds never go out of style! If you want a large flowering marigold, Crackerjack is a superior variety with a mounding form, consistent height, and sturdy flower stalks. Majestic 4" blooms in tangerine orange, rich gold, and lemony yellow will brighten up your flower bed, path edges, and large container plantings. They make radiant long-lasting cut flowers and are easy to grow from seed. For a dazzling contrast, plant next to blue or dark purple flowers such as Salvia, Alyssum Oriental Nights, Bachelor Button Black Magic, or Hollyhock The Watchman. Deer resistant.
Lobelia Trailing Cascade of Color HEIRLOOM Seeds$1.79
Lobelia erinus Item #1195 Annual. Cascade of Color trailing lobelia spills over the edge of any container or hanging basket to soften and complement the entire arrangement. This densely flowering beauty will also grace your flower bed with blossoms of blue, blue with a white eye, lilac, red, ruby, and white.