Thymus serpyllum (Wild Thyme)
Thymus serpyllum is a medium-sized evergreen shrub. It is frost resistant and hardy to zone 5 (UK). It is in leaf all year, blooms in July and August, and the seeds ripen in August and September. Bees, flies, and Lepidoptera...
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COREOPSIS tinctoria Dwarf Red Plains Coreopsis
The dwarf-sized red romantic flower can become the jewel of your backyard if you pay special heed to the environment it requires. A center of attention for spectators, the beautiful flower is used in pollinator gardens, beds, borders, and walkways....
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ZINNIA elegans 'Polar Bear' (Zinnia, White - Polar Bear)
Zinnia Elegans ‘White - Polar Beer’ is long-time favorite annual flowering plant. Zinnia Polar Beer seeds have to be just slightly covered with soil to ensure the most effective germination rate, and this variety of Zinnia Elegans features attractive, bright-green...
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HELIANTHUS Annuus Grey Stripe (Sunflower, Grey Stripe)
A giant variety, 'Mammoth Grey Stripe' is a tall annual bosting huge flower with brilliant yellow petals surrounding a dark chocolate central disc. They bloom during summer into autumn. Sow new plants every few weeks and you'll enjoy non-stop flowers...
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Zinnia elegans (Zinnia Rainbow Mix )
This Zinnia has four- to five-inch-wide flowers that are lavender. The species is native to Mexico, and plants are fast-growing and long-blooming. Zinnias make good cut flowers. In addition, they are excellent for pollinator plantings and are especially attractive to...
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HELIANTHUS Annuus 'Peredovik' (Black Oil Sunflower, Peredovik)
Black Peredovik Sunflower Seed - Planting seeds (Oil type) Uses: Black sunflower can grow from 4 to 5 feet high forming small heads full of black seed high in oil content. The seed makes excellent feed for all game birds,...
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ZINNIA elegans (Zinnia, Coral)
Zinnia Elegans ‘Coral’ has four- to five-inch-wide flowers that are beautiful in color. The species is native to Mexico, and the plants are fast-growing and long blooming. Zinnias make good cut flowers. In addition, they are excellent for pollinator plantings...
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ZINNIA elegans 'Cherry Queen' (Zinnia, Red - Cherry Queen)
Zinnia Elegans ‘Red - Cherry Queen’ features eye-catching, double flowers, packed with fiery cherry-red petals. Cherry Queen gets its name from bold, cherry red blooms that are true knock-out in the meadow or garden. Gorgeous on its own and paired...
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HELIANTHUS petiolaris (Prairie Sunflower)
Helianthus Petiolaris is a North American plant species in the sunflower family, commonly known as the prairie sunflower or lesser sunflower. They are also known as 'Plains Sunflower'. Prairie can grow in clumps that make it look like a small...
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HELIANTHUS Annuus 'Dwarf Sungold' Sunflower, Dwarf Double - Dwarf Sungold (Teddy Bear)
Dwarf Sungold are known as 'Teddy Bears'. They have fluffy yellow pom-poms fun for children. They are easy to grow but only a few feet in height. These are said to be happiest of flowers and in language of flowers...
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HELENIUM amarum (Dwarf Helenium)
Dwarf Helenium grows best in full sun and tolerates a wide range of soil types. It's ideal for garden beds and borders, hanging baskets, pots, and the rock garden because of its short stature and lack of need for deadheading....
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Cerastium biebersteinii Snow-in-Summer
Snow in summer not only sounds impressive but looks outstanding too. Belonged to the Caryophyllaceae family, the flower can take the beauty of any garden to the highest peak. Tolerant to heat, the flower blooms under full sun in well-drained...
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Chrysanthemum Species Mixed
Mix contains Chrysanthemum carinatum, Chrysanthemum coronarium, Chrysanthemum maximum "Alaska" and "Silver Princess", and Chrysanthemum leucanthemum. All chrysanthemum flower petals are edible Chrysanthemums, also called mums, are flowering herbs that belong to the Aster family   Number of Seeds Max Coverage...
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ZINNIA elegans 'Thumbelina' (Zinnia, Dwarf Mixed - Thumbelina)
Zinnia 'Thumbelina’ was an All-America Selection winner in 1963. Plants grow to just twelve inches tall, and the semi-double to double flower colors include pink, purple, red, orange, white, and yellow. This species is native to Mexico, and the plants...
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ZINNIA elegans 'State Fair' (Zinnia, Tall Mixed - State Fair)
Zinnia ‘State Fair’ Mix is a bounty of colors on tall, robust stems perfect for cutting or enjoying in a container or garden bed. Plant in full sun and enjoy a rainbow all summer long. Along with good disease resistance,...
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ZINNIA elegans 'Scarlet Flame' (Zinnia, Scarlet - Scarlet Flame)
Zinnia ‘Scarlet Flame’ has bright, orange-red flowers that are semi-double to double. This Zinnia species is native to Mexico. Magnificent and easy to grow from seed, this popping red dahlia-like flower is remarkable in the garden and bouquets. Zinnias are...
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ZINNIA elegans (Zinnia, Rose)
Zinnia Elegans ‘Rose’ features extra-large, very double flowers, four to five inches across, packed with deep rose-pink petals. Blooming profusely over a lengthy season extending from early summer to frost, this neon-bright Zinnia is well-branched and perfect for the sunny...
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ZINNIA elegans 'Orange King' (Zinnia, Orange - Orange King)
Zinnia elegans commonly known as ‘Zinnia’, is an annual flowering plant native to Mexico. Orange King is a tall-growing zinnia, bearing showy, semi-double orange blooms on tall stems. It’s ideal for using to fill gaps in the border, and also...
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ZINNIA elegans (Zinnia, Lavender)
This Zinnia has four- to five-inch-wide flowers that are lavender. The species is native to Mexico, and plants are fast-growing and long-blooming. Zinnias make good cut flowers. In addition, they are excellent for pollinator plantings and are especially attractive to...
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TRIFOLIUM fragiferum (Strawberry Clover)
Strawberry clover is a plant that originated in the eastern Mediterranean and southwest Asia. Spreads by above ground stolons, similar to strawberries, It's commonly used as a forage crop, pasture improvement crop, green manure, and cover crop. It's the most...
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LUNARIA biennis (Money Plant)
Money Plant is an old fashioned garden plant that is oftenly grown for the silvery white seed pods, looks like silver dollars. It is these coin shaped pods that make it attractive in dried floral arrangements. It is suitable for...
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Lobularia Maritima 'Carpet of Snow' (Sweet Alyssum, Dwarf White - Carpet of Snow)
Lobularia Maritima commonly known as ‘Sweet Alyssum – Carpet of Snow’ is a compact garden annual and popular ground cover. Also commonly referred as Sweet Alyssum and Sweet Alison this compact Annual is easy to grow from seeds, and the...
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HELIOPSIS helianthoides (Ox-Eye Sunflower)
Heliopsis helianthoides is a species of flowering plant in the family Asteraceae, known by the common names rough oxeye, smooth oxeye and false sunflower. Heliopsis helianthoides   provides food for songbirds throughout the winter and its nectar serves as a food...
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GILIA capitata (Globe Gilia)
The globe gilia, also known as blue-head gily-flower, is a tall, slender annual with neat, powder-blue flower balls on 1-2 foot stems and lobed leaves. Globe Gilia belongs to the phlox family (Polemoniaceae), which consists primarily of foliage herbs and young...
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COSMOS sulphureus (Sulphur Cosmos, Dwarf Red)
Dwarf red is one of the most-demanding flowers of the Cosmos family. A star-shaped appearance with the eye-catching color of the flower is enough to create hypnotic effects. Native to Mexico and some parts of the US, the flower grows...
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COSMOS sulphureus (Sulphur Cosmos, Dwarf Lemon)
The flower is as unique as it sounds. A common place for butterflies, honeybees, moths, and hummingbirds, the flower spreads an extraordinary aroma to its surroundings. Widely grown all over Mexico, the flower is still challenging to find because of...
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COSMOS bipinnatus 'Dazzler' (Cosmos, Crimson)
The category of Cosmos Bipinnatus is famous because of its eye-catching pink color with the yellow center. Suitable for beds, borders, driveways, pollinators gardens, walkways, and walls, the flower is truly mesmerizing; in appearance. Grows under the full sun, the...
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Chrysanthemum carinatum Painted Daisy
Glorious rings of multi-color in crews encircle the durable daisy petals a top glossy, bright green, with an almost moist cut foliage. Bright colors of yellow, pink, bronze and maroon, display the strength of pattern and color of 19th century...
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AMARANTHUS caudatus Love Lies Bleeding
This velvet flower is most frequently used as an edible in India and South America. Red color of the flowers is due to the abundance of betacyanins. Their combinations with traditional cereal grains in breakfast foods, bread, pastes and snacks...
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Alcea rosea Hollyhock, Single Mixed
Alcea Rosea is a short-lived perennial and have large leaves of heart shape. Unique feature of this plant is its flowers; they have various color ranging from white to dark red including pink. Different colors are due to the varying...
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ZINNIA elegans 'Purple Prince' (Zinnia, Purple - Purple Prince)
Zinnia Elegans commonly known as ‘Zinnia’. They are usually native to most of the North America including Mexico region. ‘Purple Prince’ is a very tall-growing dahlia, bearing striking double flowers in magenta with a lime green center. It is perfect...
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ZINNIA elegans 'Luminosa' (Zinnia, Pink - Luminosa)
Zinnia Luminosa – Pink is a popular annual garden flower native to Mexico. Zinnia Luminosa Pink seeds can be sown directly outdoors after last frost, and this variety of Zinnia Elegans blooms with eye-catching, extra-large, fully double, bright-pink flowers with...
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VERBESINA alternifolia (Wingstem)
Verbesina alternifolia, also known as wingstem or yellow ironweed, is a tall, weedy, clump-forming perennial native to eastern and central North America's woodlands. It can be found in low open or rich forests, tree margins, and meadows in Missouri. Easily...
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PRE-ORDER For February 2023 - Thymus serpyllum (Dwarf Creeping Thyme)
IMPORTANT: PRE-ORDERS ARE SHIPPED AS THEY COME IN, STARTING in FEBRUARY 2023.  THIS VARIETY WILL BE IN VERY LIMITED STOCK AND WE EXPECT THIS TO BE SOLD OUT ASA NEW CROP ARRIVES IN FEB-MAR OF 2023.   Please DO NOT purchase...
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SPHAERALCEA munroana (Munro's Globemallow)
Sphaeralcea munroana (Orange Globe Mallow) adds a splash of vivid orange to the mid-summer garden. This tough xeric perennial, native to the Great Basin of the Western United States, thrives in the hottest, driest garden conditions. Plant that is drought...
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SILENE pendula (Nodding Catchfly)
For the bedding plant season, Sibella Carmine is a new color boost! This Silene can be grown as a spring-flowering biennial for early baskets and containers, or as a traditional annual to add variety to the regular bedding collection. Sibella...
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SALVIA farinacea (Blue Sage)
In perennial borders and wildflower meadows, Mealy blue sage thrives. The foliage has a pleasant fragrance and is resistant to deer. Remove the old flower stems as new basal foliage emerges to keep the plants lush. Throughout the season, it...
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PETUNIA nana compacta (Petunia, Dwarf Mixed)
Petunia Nana Compacta commonly known as ‘Petunia’. Dwarf Mixed Petunia is an attractive blend that develops 1–2-inch flowers. This mixture contains a range of colors such as white, purple, red, pink. A domestic member of the nightshade family, has its...
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PAPAVER orientale (Oriental Poppy)
Papaver Orientale is commonly known as ‘Oriental Poppy’. This flowering species native to the Caucasus, Northeastern Turkey, and Northern Iran. Oriental Poppies grow a mound of leaves that are hairy and finely dissected in spring. They gather energy and bloom...
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OENOTHERA speciosa (Showy Evening Primrose)
Oenothera Speciosa commonly known as ‘Showy Evening Primrose’. This flowering species has several other common names including ‘Pinkladies’, ‘Pink Evening Primrose’, ‘Mexican Primrose’. This evening primrose species is found from Pennsylvania west to Nebraska, South to Texas then eastward to...
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MONARDA citriodora (Lemon Mint)
Monarda citriodora is a species of flowering plant in the mint family, Lamiaceae, that is native to much of the United States and Mexico. Common names include ‘Lemon beebalm’, ‘Lemon Mint’ and ‘Purple Horsemint’. When crushed, the leaves emit an...
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MATTHIOLA bicornis (Evening Scented Stock)
Matthiola Bicornis commonly known as Evening scented stock, native to Europe. Evening Scented Stock is fragrant with flowers that open at night and beautiful to the sight. The flowers will release a strong sweet fragrance into the evening air. Blooming...
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IMPATIENS balsamina 'Camelia Flowered Mix' (Balsam - Camelia Flowered Mix)
The genus name impatiens is from Latin word ‘Impatient’. This refers to the powerful discharge of seed from their capsules. Hence the nickname “touch-me-not. These kinds of flowering species are commonly known as ‘Camelia Flowered Mix’. It has flowers that...
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GYPSOPHILA paniculata (Baby's Breath, Perennial)
Gypsophila is one of the most charismatic plants, aside from roses, due to its graceful appearance. This plant not only adds a unique touch to every bouquet, but it also adds beauty to every flower bed. Gypsophila can grow in...
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GAILLARDIA aristata ( Blanketflower )
USDA Zones 3–10 are winter hardy for this short-lived perennial. Easily grown in full sun in average, medium, well-drained soils. Prefers wet, organically rich, well-draining soils, but can tolerate some dry conditions. However, in heavy clay Missouri soils, it performs...
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ESCHSCHOLZIA californica 'Purple Gleam' (California Poppy, Purple - Purple Gleam)
This beautiful purple poppy adds a stunning splash of color to any garden. If you're used to seeing California Poppy in orange flavors, this one is a bit of a surprise - where did the purple come from among all...
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ESCHSCHOLZIA californica 'Ivory Castle' (California Poppy, White - Ivory Castle)
Eschscholzia californica 'Ivory Castle' is a lovely flowering plant of the California poppy, with single, white blooms offset by cream centers that gradually change to white. They easy pleasing, with finely slice up leaves forming a tangle of leaves.  Look...
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ESCHSCHOLZIA californica (California Poppy)
A cool-weather annual or short-lived perennial that thrives in full sun and sandy, average, well-drained soils. It's important to have good soil drainage. Sow seeds directly in the garden at the end of the last spring frost date, or start...
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COSMOS bipinnatus 'Gloria' (Cosmos, Pink w/Purple Eye)
Native to North America, the flower grows in the hot climate. Eye-catching appearance with red color, the flower possesses the ability to melt your heart. A fragrance like heaven, the flower will make it hard for you to leave your...
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BAILEYA multiradiata Desert Marigold
The long-lived, bright-yellow flowers rise on nearly leafless stems above the banks of woolly, gray foliage. This grayish, woolly plant has branched leaf mostly in the lower half of the plant.  There are vivid yellow flowers at heads of bunches....
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