Flowers

Flowers

  • Joseph's Coat Amaranth - (Amaranthus tricolor)
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    Amaranth, Joseph's Coat Seeds - (Amaranthus tricolor)

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    Joseph's Coat Amaranth - A Plant of Many Colors Multiple branches of bright green leaves are topped by poinsettia type-flowers in show-stopping blends of red, yellow and green. Also called Summer Poinsettias, these glamorous plants make outstanding...
  • Love-Lies-Bleeding Amaranth Flowers - (Amaranthus caudatus)
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    Amaranth, Love-Lies-Bleeding Seeds - (Amaranthus caudatus)

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    Love-Lies-Bleeding Amaranth - Ropes of Beauty Often seen as an adorable, old-fashioned, cottage garden flower with its long, graceful wine-red ropes of tiny burgundy blossoms, Love Lies Bleeding belongs to an ancient plant family with a dramatic history...
  • Red Garnet Amaranth plant with seeds - (Amaranthus hybridus)
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    Amaranth, Red Garnet Seeds - (Amaranthus hybridus)

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    Red Garnet Amaranth Deep red, spoon-shaped to oval leaves with stunning magenta flower spikes are harvested for grain and young leaves are used as a cooking green, similar to spinach. Plants grow from 4-8' tall, depending on soil quality...
  • Beneficial Insectary Wildflower Mix
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    Beneficial Insectary Wildflower Seed Mix

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    Beneficial Insectary Wildflower Seed Mix  Attract the honeybee and other "good" insects into your garden. Everything to house, feed and nurture your beneficial insects in one package - just scatter the seed and water.  One seed packet will...
  • Borage Flower - (Borago officinalis)
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    Borage Seeds - (Borago officinalis)

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    Borage - Blue Beauties Always in Bloom Borage is a beautiful plant to have in your garden or as a potted plant. Borage makes an excellent companion plant strengthening the resistance to insects and diseases of nearby plants. A garden without Borage is...
  • Bright Lights Cosmos - (Cosmos sulphureus)
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    Bright Lights Cosmos Seeds - (Cosmos sulphureus)

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    Bright Lights Cosmos - Radiating Beauty Vibrant 2-3" flowers that bloom in sunset colors of red, orange and yellow. A resilient and versatile heirloom flower that tends to be very easy to grow from seed. Distinctive, filigreed foliage. Excellent...
  • Catnip - (Nepeta cataria)
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    Catnip Seeds - (Nepeta cataria)

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    Catnip - More than Just for Cats Catnip, also called cat mint, is a powerfully fragrant plant whose little clusters of white spotted-lavender flowers have been cultivated for centuries for medical purposes.   Details Catnip is...
  • Coconut Geranium - (Pelargonium grossularioides)
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    Coconut Geranium Seeds - (Pelargonium grossularioides)

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    Coconut Geranium - Heavenly Scented  This geranium has very strong coconut-scented leaves and flowers, low-growing, wide-spreading plants. Blooms late spring to first frost with a trailing habit that works well in hanging baskets, over rocks and...
  • Purple Coneflower Echinacea - (Echinacea purpurea)
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    Coneflower, Purple Echinacea Seeds - (Echinacea purpurea)

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    Purple Coneflower Echinacea A native perennial to eastern and central North America, where they grow in moist to dry prairies and open wooded areas. Well adapted to almost any growing situation. Details Usually 2 - 3' tall, the single flower...
  • Tennessee Coneflower  - (Echinacea tennesseensis)
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    Coneflower, Tennessee Seeds - (Echinacea tennesseensis)

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    Tennessee Coneflower This Echinacea has bright pink 12-24" flowers that are different from other coneflowers because of their upright petals and centers of deep chocolate brown. As the flowers age they develop a beautiful silvery tone...
  • Costmary flowers - (Tanacetum balsamita)
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    Costmary Seeds - (Tanacetum balsamita)

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    Costmary - The Biblical Herb and So Much More Costmary is not as common as in the past, but its charming appearance, sweet fragrance and history are filled with fascinating tales from across the globe. Costmary is also called mace, Alecost and...
  • Edible Chrysanthemum leaves at market - (Chrysanthemum coronarium)
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    Edible Chrysanthemum Seeds - (Chrysanthemum coronarium)

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    Edible Chrysanthemum - Greens Worthy of Asian Nobility The cheerfully brilliant orange-yellow flowers floating above clouds of deep green foliage look like simple garden flowers but conceal an ancient, noble secret. Considered so exceptional in...
  • Evening-Scented Stock - (Matthiola longipetala)
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    Evening-Scented Stock Seeds - (Matthiola longipetala)

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    Evening-Scented Stock Pretty purple and lilac flowers are small but their fragrance in the evening is unforgettable. Leaves are usually a gray-green and the perfumed flowers can be produced from spring to autumn. Tuck among other flowers near porches,...
  • Fireweed - (Epilobium angustifolium)
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    Fireweed Seeds - (Epilobium angustifolium)

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    Fireweed A native wildflower with showy pink to purple flowers in long, dense clusters blooming late summer. History Fireweed an early colonizer of burned, disturbed areas, was one of the first plants to appear in bomb sites during the London Blitz...
  • Blue Flax Flowers  - (Linum lewisii)
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    Flax, Blue Seeds - (Linum lewisii)

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    Blue Flax - Blue Wonders One of the most beautiful, of the all-blue flowering plants with blue-green narrow leaves on graceful 2' tall stems. This native wildflower offers profuse displays of tiny, satiny, sky-blue or lavender to white flowers each...
  • Golden Flax Blossoms - (Linum usitatissimum)
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    Flax, Golden Seeds - (Linum usitatissimum)

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    Golden Flax - The Fiber with Beauty Flax is both a fiber and a seed plant that has been grown since long before ancient Egyptian times.  Flax grows about 4' tall on slender stems with long slender leaves. Flowers are almost always a shade of...