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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Amarillo F1 Hybrid Tomato, Cherry Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum)
The plant yields a lot of 0.5 oz golden yellow cherry tomatoes. They have a lot of sweetness and flavour. Ideal for salads and other fresh uses. It blooms in clusters of 20 to 80 flowers. This plant can be grown...
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AMBERBOA moschata 'Imperialis Mix' (Sweet Sultan, Mixed)
Amberboa moschata has showy purple headed flowers with sweet aroma. Commonly known as Sweet Sultan; it is a very fragrant, old-fashioned variety that comes from the Mediterranean and southwest Asia. ‘Imperialis Mix’ is a jumble of lavender, pink and white...
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Ambrosia Hybrid Bi-color Sweet Corn (SE) (Zea mays)
Ambrosia Corn is a bi-color sweet corn with excellent flavour that has been sugar enhanced (SE). This F1 hybrid is a favourite for its plump and juicy corn! Ambrosia has a combination of delicious white and yellow kernels and is...
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Amelanchier alnifolia c.s. (Saskatoon Serviceberry)
Saskatoon Serviceberry is a lovely shrub native to northern California and the Sierra Nevada mountains. It grows to a height of 35 feet in an upright shape, with strong growth in the spring and summer. It generally has the shape...
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Amelanchier lamarckii (Juneberry)
The juneberry is a dark-colored fruit cultivated for wholesale processing on the Canadian prairies, with occasional fresh market and you-pick sales.Juneberries are a frost-hardy, self-pollinating fruit crop that blooms early in the season. In most regions of New York State,...
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Amelanchier ovalis c.s. (European Amelanchier)
In the rose family, Amelanchier is a genus of around 20 species of deciduous-leaved shrubs and small trees. Amelanchier grows predominantly in early successional environments in temperate parts of the Northern Hemisphere. Amelanchier species range in height from 0.2 to...
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American Flag Leek (Allium porrum)
The American Flag Leek is a traditional leek that is common among home gardeners. Leeks are a close relative to onion and garlic that are widely used in soups and stews, but they can also be used in salads. Leeks...
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Ammi majus Bishop's Flower
Plant having white-lace like flower clusters give the view of white pearls spread over the land. Ammi Majus, is a fabulous annual plant with delicate white flowers’ lacework. They are the true depiction of natural beauty having finely cut, green...
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AMORPHA canescens Leadplant
As showing from its common name, (Lead Plant), Amorpha Canescens manifest the garden’s beauty with combination of purple flowers and yellow stamens. They typically grow in woodlands, prairies and glades. A plant with unusual look, small shrub with an eye-catching...
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Amsterdam Carrot (Daucus carota)
The high-quality variety ‘Amsterdam carrot ' produces uniform, cylindrical, blunt-tipped baby carrots with a rich deep orange red color and almost no heart. Carrots are typically 13 to 15 cm (5 to 6in) long, slender, and finger-shaped. Fast-growing and one...
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Anaheim Chile Pepper, HOT (Capsicum annuum)
Green Anaheim chile peppers are medium-sized, elongated, and curved pods with a conical shape and moderate tapering towards the non-stem end, averaging 15 to 25 centimetres in length. The semi-thick skin has a glossy and waxy sheen over dark to...
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Ancho Pepper, HOT (Capsicum annuum)
 4" heart-shaped fruits with a somewhat pungent flavour that ripen from dark green to deep scarlet. When dried, it's called ancho, but when it's fresh, it's called poblano. This is one of Mexico's most widely produced peppers. Red fruits that...
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Anchusa capensis Cape Forget-Me-Not
Grown in dry sandy places of South Africa, the plant is one of those which are challenging to get hands on. The soft and hairy blue flower with clumps of bright green leaves possesses the ability to catch everyones’ eyes...
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Anise (Pimpinella anisum)
Anise is a small, lacy-leaved herb. It belongs to the parsley family. It has a sweet, licorice-like flavour in its leaves and seed. Soups, salads, and sausage can all benefit from the flavour of the leaves and seeds. They're found...
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Annuals For Sun
The Annuals for Sun Mix is a lovely annual mixture that is great for temporary (one-season) displays and is suited for sunny locations. It can also be used to over-seed additional annuals into established perennial plantings for added colour and...
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ANTHEMIS nobilis Roman Chamomile
Found in dry fields and gardens, the flower can be seen in North America, Europe, and Argentina. As eye-catching as its appearance is, the uses and benefits are beyond expectations. The appealing white flower is used in fragrances, beauty products,...
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ANTIRRHINUM majus 'Tetra Mix' (Snapdragon, Mixed)
Riched in a mixture of colors, Antirrhinum Majus; can enhance the beauty of any garden. Grown in most parts of the world, Africa, Mediterranean, in particular, the plant can adapt to any environment but appreciate the sunlight. Its unique shape...
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Apple Gourd (Lagenaria siceraria)
Apple Gourd is a common apple-shaped gourd among crafters, and it makes a great product for a roadside stand. Gourds with hard shells resemble apples and have a mottled green skin that dries to a brown colour. They grow to...
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AQUILEGIA canadensis Eastern Columbine
One of the fascinating flowers, Aquilegia Canadensis leaves no chances to impress its spectators. Its sophisticated red and yellow look is enough to grab their attention at once. Widely spread in eastern and north America, the flower possesses the ability...
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AQUILEGIA caerulea 'McKana Giants Mix' (Columbine, Mixed Colors)
Star-shaped multi-colored flowers can be seen in North America and other regions of the world. The unique flower, no doubt, can make your garden a center of attention for spectators. Where its look can catch your eyes, it plays a...
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AQUILEGIA caerulea Columbine, Blue
Aquilegia Caerulea is one of those alluring flowers that possess the ability to take the beauty of any garden to the highest skies. Its eye-catching unique blue and white color play a vital role in its superiority. Grown in Arizona,...
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AQUILEGIA vulgaris Columbine, Dwarf Mixed
Super attractive to butterflies and bees, bumblebees, hummingbirds, Aquilegia Vulgaris with the mashup of colors is one of the most beautiful flowers in the world. It’s challenging to get hands on it, but if you’re roaming around in some rocky...
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ARABIS alpina White Rockcress
Arabis Alpina, which is considered one of the most beautiful flowers all over the globe, has a significant place in its admirers’ hearts because of its simplicity and extraordinary fragrance. A place worth visiting for butterflies, the flower can help...
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Argent Hybrid White Sweet Corn (SE) (Zea mays)
'Argent' is a creamy, white sweet corn with excellent traits such as cool-weather adaptability and Stewart's wilt and northern corn leaf blight resistance. 'Argent' is a sugary enhanced (se) hybrid that maintains its sweetness and high-quality flavour for several days...
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Arkansas Traveler , Standard (Slicing) Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum)
From northwest Arkansas to North Carolina, this 100-year-old heirloom tomato was widely grown. TomatoFest organic tomato seeds produce 6' indeterminate, regular-leaf tomato plants with abundant crops of 8-ounce round rose-pink tomatoes. One of the best-tasting tomato varieties, with a well-balanced...
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Aronia melanocarpa (Black Chokeberry)
Black chokeberry is a deciduous shrub that grows open, erect, spreading, slightly rounded yet lanky, and suckering. Low forests, swamps, bogs, and wet thickets are its natural habitats, but it may also be found in drier upland regions. It has...
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Aronia prunifolia c.s. (Purple Fruited Aronia)
Purple chokeberry is a big, multi-stemmed shrub with spectacular white spring blooms, dark green leaves, lovely red fall colour, and rich purple berries. It's a great plant for massing in low-lying, damp sections of the landscape. This shrub may be...
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Arugula (Eruca sativa)
Eruca vesicaria prefers cool, fertile soil and full sun to part shade. Growing arugula in the cooler spring and fall months is recommended because it tends to bolt and flower in hot weather, changing the flavor and stopping leaf development....
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ASCLEPIAS latifolia Broadleaf Milkweed
Asclepias latifolia is a fascinating Milkweed. The yellow to green flowers of Broadleaf Milkweed invite Monarch butterfliesand other insects. It can even grow in nutritionally poorly soil. It is found in dry plains and prairies. It has large oval leaves...
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ASCLEPIAS fascicularis ( Narrow-Leaved Milkweed )
As unique as it sounds, much more unique is its appearance. The color mixture of white and lavender gradient, Asclepias fascicularis leaves no stones unturned in attracting bees and butterflies. Because of the super-unique fragrance of it, the flower can...
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ASCLEPIAS incarnata Swamp Milkweed
Being used for a great deal of stuff, Asclepias Incarnata has a special place in this world. Spread almost all over the US, the flower is the center of attention for butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds. With the mixture of pink,...
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ASCLEPIAS speciosa Showy Milkweed
It is an amazing horticulture plant for butterfly gardens. The star-liked pinkish flowers of Asclepias speciosa can attract your attention from a distance. It has grayish velvety appearance. Its native habitat ranges from sunny and dry to moist. Showy Milkweed...
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ASCLEPIAS syriaca Common Milkweed
Asclepias syriaca has sweet-smelling pink to white flowers. It is an attractive plant for wildlife. It is a weedy plant that is found in open woods and fields. It requires a lot of sunlight for the proper growth. It can...
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ASCLEPIAS tuberosa Butterfly Milkweed
Butterfly milkweed is valued for its yellow to orange to bright orange clusters of flowers. The bright color of flowers attracts many butterflies. It is grown in home gardens. It has low water requirements and can tolerate drought. Besides its...
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ASTER pilosus Frost Aster
Eye-catching white hairy aster can be grown easily; if you pay special heed to the environment. The attractive aroma of the flower can make your garden a center of attention because everyone wants to experience a heavenly effect. Commonly used...
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ASTER laevis Smooth Aster
Smooth blue aster is smooth to touch. It has lavender blue star shaped flowers. It attracts many species of butterflies including Pearl Crescent butterfly and provide them with ample of nectar. It is extremely easy to grow and requires low...
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ASTER Novae-angliae New England Aster
Aster Novae-Angliae, also known as New England Aster, is one of those jewels that can make the aesthetic look of your garden a center of attention for spectators. Native to North America, the exceptional-looking flower with its violet and lavender...
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ASTER ptarmicoides White Upland Aster
The elegant-looking showy white flower can be your garden’s fate if you pay special heed to the environment it requires. Native to Central North America, Aster Ptarmicoides is one of those unusual flowers that are hard to get hands on....
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ASTRAGALUS canadensis Canadian Milkvetch
Astragalus Canadensis is a common plant grown in Canada and the US, mostly used for medical purposes to relieve pains. Super attractive to bumblebees, butterflies, and others, the erected plant has 75 creamy flowers. Bloomed in summers, the plant is...
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Astro Arugula (Eruca sativa)
Astro Arugula seeds grow a plant with strap-like leaves rather than lobed leaves. The flavor is milder than normal arugula. Astro is ideal for baby greens in the early spring and fall, and it can also be grown in the...
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Atlantic Giant Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima)
'King of all Giant Pumpkins!' Atlantic Giant continues to set records in pumpkin weigh-offs around the United States and Canada. The flesh of these open pollinated giants is yellow to orange, and the shell is a medium orange colour with...
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Atomic Red Carrot (Daucus carota)
The plant produces a lot of bright red carrots that are 11" long. It has a strong flavour. They're a hit with kids! This beautiful true red carrot is high in the antioxidant Lycopene, which helps to prevent prostate and...
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Aubrieta deltoidea Purple Rockcress
If you’re looking forward to taking your garden’s delicacy to the next level, then Rock Cress will cover your back in this regard. Native to Europe and other countries, the flower is easy to find and can be seen in...
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Aunt Ruby’s German Green, Standard (Slicing) Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum)
The best green beefsteak tomato is Aunt Ruby's German Green. The tomatoes are sweet and juicy, with a flavour that is well balanced. It has a lime green interior and is large and smooth. When the skin is fully ripe,...
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Autumn Buckskin F1 Hybrid Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima)
Autumn Buckskin F1 Pumpkin is a buff-colored dickenson hybrid that was specifically chosen for baking and decoration. This sturdy, somewhat flattened pumpkin and weighs 12-15 pounds! Large vines allow this plant to produce up to 5 pumpkins per plant.
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Avalanche Pea, Edible Pod (Pisum sativum)
Prone to disease Avalanche produces mountains of lovely, smooth, gleaming dark green pods that are about 5 inches long "long, soft, and crisp Its sturdy, semi-leafless vines can reach 30 inch in length and are self-supporting "tall, consistently producing double...
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Baby Cakes F1 Hybrid Tomato, Cherry Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum)
Baby Cakes tomatoes are a beautiful large red cherry tomato variety with excellent eating qualities and eye appeal. Big yields or 1-1/2" diameter fruit with a deep red colour, good holding ability, and a natural salty flavour are produced by...
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Baby Fordhook , Lima Bean (Phaseolus lunatus)
Baby Fordhook Lima is a small potato lime, less than half the size of the Fordhook. It is slightly larger than the white Dixie Butter Pea and starchier. Small 3-inch pods, seeds are difficult to find as the regular Fordhook...
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Baby Pam Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima)
Baby Pam pumpkins are medium in size and shape, with a round, globular, and uniform appearance. The brilliant orange rind has shallow ribbing and is connected to a long, five-sided, rough brown-green stem by a smooth, rigid rind. The flesh...
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