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(Cosmos bipinnatus)
EXCLUSIVE – Decorative White Blush cosmos has unique, fluted petals that form rolled, seashell-like rays around sunny-yellow centers. Their effect is three-dimensional, adding multifaceted texture to every summer bouquet. White Seashells are easy to grow and the strong stemmed plants will fill your garden with satiny 3 to 4 inch blossoms even in hot sun and poor soil. These lovely flowers dance nonstop above lacy foliage and butterflies flock to them all summer long. 

Seed Count: 35 – 40 / Weight: 0.3 gms


(Quamoclit pennata)
This rare, heat-loving vine twines up effortlessly in an exquisite tracery of finely cut, feathery foliage. At midsummer, a profusion of dainty tubular flowers in shades of light pink, rose, white and scarlet open to five pointed stars. The charming rainbow of little blossoms attracts constant attention from hungry hummingbirds who find their nectar irresistible. Rediscover this gorgeous color range of true cypress vine, long a nostalgic favorite in the south.
Seed Count: 145 – 150 / Weight: 2 gms
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(Dahlia hortensis)
EXCLUSIVE – Bred in Holland, these lovely decorative dahlias offer 1 1/2 to 2 foot plants with fully double, silky flowers in luminous watercolor shades of rosy coral, rich apricot, soft salmon, buttercream and glowing lilac. Their beautifully patterned petals and painterly colors make natural bouquets in the garden and for indoor bouquets. Perfect for large areas, borders or showy containers, these strong, long-lasting performers bloom from summer through fall. Plants produce tuberous roots just like those offered in nurseries.
Seed Count: Approx. 70 / Weight: 0.6 gms


(Dianthus hybridus)
EXCLUSIVE – A new, highly fragrant dianthus from our elite British breeder, these lovely flowers have dainty laced and fringed blossoms that look like softly colored snowflakes. Lace Perfume entices with a heady, spicy/ sweet clove-like fragrance that wafts seductively in the air. The sturdy branching plants grow 12 to 18 inches tall with flowers in rose, lilac, soft pink, white and many delicate bicolors. When cut for bouquets, the lacy blossoms of these fragrant flowers seem to arrange themselves.
Seed Count: 125 – 130 / Weight: 0.15 gms
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(Mirabilis jalapa)
Four O’Clocks grow easily into big framed, multi-branching plants. At midsummer they revive the garden with fresh green foliage and starry 2 inch trumpets in shades of yellow, white, bright magenta and pale pink. The fluted blossoms open in the late afternoon, releasing a soft jasmine fragrance that floats on summer breezes just when other flowers seem to languish in the heat. Plant where you’ll walk or sit to enjoy their delicious perfume.
Seed Count: 35 – 40 / Weight: 3.5 gms


(Heliotropium arborescens)
An old-fashioned Victorian favorite, heliotrope is still cultivated for perfume making in Europe. The handsome plants have dark blue-green leaves and velvety 4 to 5 inch panicles of tiny purple blossoms whose soft sensuous fragrance is reminiscent of violets and cherries but more rich and complex. Plant them in containers or nearby garden beds where you can easily enjoy their sweet scent and bewitching color throughout the summer.
Seed Count: Approx. 390 / Weight: 0.2 gms



Our purple and green-skinned Kohlrabi Duo makes a pretty picture in garden beds. Both colors are extra fancy hybrids; fast-growing, vigorous Dutch selections that quickly form crispy round bulbs with thin skins and crunchy, sweet, white flesh that doesn’t get tough or pithy. Eat them peeled and sliced thin for healthy low-calorie snacks, use for crispy slaw, or cook for savory side dishes. After harvest, Kohlrabi stores well in the fridge extending its usefulness in the kitchen.

Equal parts: Kolibri F1 and Kongo F1 kohlrabi

Seed Count: 60 – 65 / Weight: 0.3 gms


(Lavandula stoechas)
EXCLUSIVE – Purple Ribbon’s silvery-gray, drought tolerant foliage is crowned with plump oblong purple flower bracts with a bright top knot of lavender petals. Both the foliage and flowers of these tough plants from the Mediterranean have a spicy pine fragrance. Purple Ribbons takes unrelenting sun and heat. It performs well in both dry, hot landscapes and milder-climate cottage gardens. In cold winter areas, use Purple Ribbons as a handsome, aromatic container plant.
Seed Count: Approx. 40 / Weight: 0.03 gms


(Monarda hybrida)
Bergamo is an outstanding new annual Monarda with intense, rose-purple flower spikes whose blossoms whirl in clusters around the stems. Bergamo flowers earlier and longer than any other Monarda variety. Plants are compact, 2 1/2 feet tall, heat tolerant and mildew resistant. These lovely flowers are true butterfly magnets, bloom abundantly for several months and make wonderful bouquets. A beautiful new cultivar of old-fashioned cottage garden flowers.
Seed Count: Approx. 50 / Weight: 0.022 gms


(Convolvulus tricolor)
Your garden will set full sail with the intensely colored 2-inch trumpets of this true bush morning glory. Royal Blue Ensign grows easily and blooms hard to fill beds and borders with a profusion of vivid nautical blue flowers with contrasting white throats splashed with sunny yellow centers. The cheerful flowers with their crisp striking colors above lushly mounding foliage provide a long summer season of pure pleasure in any sunny location.
Seed Count: Approx. 100 / Weight: 1 gm


(Ipomoea tricolor)
EXCLUSIVE – Free-flowering Glacier Star is a reselected, antique cultivar whose dazzling blossoms are translucent baby blue overlaid with dark cerulean blue starred throats. This enchanting blue bicolor opens new flared 4-inch trumpet flowers each morning starting from midsummer. Glacier Star’s strong and sturdy vines of heart-shaped leaves twine effortlessly to cloak a gate, fence or trellis where they unfurl their skirts of beautiful blooms, creating a tranquil and old-fashioned ambiance.
Seed Count: 65 – 70 / Weight: 2 gms


(Ipomoea nil)
Scarlett O’Hara unfurls her true glory from midsummer until frost in daily displays of brilliant, scarlet trumpets with dainty white throats that offer welcome nectar to visiting hummingbirds. The rich green leaves make a lovely backdrop for the radiant color of the 4 inch fluted blooms. Enjoy the charm of these old-fashioned bright beauties twining up a trellis or arbor.
Seed Count: 55 – 60 / Weight: 2.75 gms


(Phlox drummondi grandiflora)
Tapestry’s heat-tolerant little star shaped flowers naturally arrange themselves in clustered color patterns. The delicately fragrant blossoms are beautifully balanced in soft clear shades of lilac, pink, rose, cerise, geranium, chamois, vanilla and white, many with tinted eyes or picotee edges — a true tapestry of sweet color and form. The vigorous plants offer a free blooming 1 to 2 foot tall carpet that attracts butterflies all season long.
Seed Count: Approx. 240 / Weight: 0.5 gms


(Papaver spp.)
EXCLUSIVE – Baking with poppy seeds is a centuries old tradition, and easy to grow, cold-tolerant poppies are a joy in the spring garden. This large podded Eastern European heirloom strain has luminous, ethereal white or pale lavender-pink petals with contrasting dark center blotches and blue-green toothed leaves. The eye-catching flowers are followed by urn-shaped decorative pods full of tasty seeds delicious for cooking and baking. Homegrown poppy seed is wonderfully fresh, sweet and nutty tasting — you’ll love it!
Seed Count: Approx. 1400 / Weight: 0.8 gms


EXCLUSIVE – Grow two different sized pumpkins with our color-coded seeds. Larger 15 to 22 lb. Autumn Gold pumpkins color up early into beautiful, smooth-skinned Jack O’Lanterns, ideal for carving holiday faces. Smaller Spookie sugar pumpkins also mature early, producing an abundance of 5 to 6 pound beauties to carve or bake into tempting pies. Kids love them and they make wonderful decorations or scene-stealing centerpieces.
Seeds are color-coded with USDA food grade stain to distinguish varieties.Green seeds = Autumn Gold F1

Undyed seeds = Spookie

Seed Count: 20-25 / Weight: 3 gms


EXCLUSIVE – Developed by dedicated pumpkin breeders Colen Wyatt and Doug Heath especially for home gardeners, Wyatt’s Wonder is the most beautiful exhibition pumpkin you can find, topping out between 70 and 150 pounds. Unlike other “giant” varieties, which usually have disappointing, washed-out coloration, bumpy rough skin and awkward shape, Wyatt’s Wonder is the Real Thing: gorgeous, globe-shaped, deeply lobed, deep-orange giants you’ll be proud to harvest. Truly the prize winning variety for impressive size and beauty!
Seed Count: Approx. 28-30 / Weight: 8 gms


This premium blend of vigorous radish seeds is a custom mixture in rainbow shades of cherry-red, white, plum purple and rose pink, all with crunchy mild white flesh and strong growing foliage. Easter Egg II’s crispy round roots are fast, simple and gratifying to grow and a signature crop of early spring. Enjoy their pretty colors and zesty crunch as savory quick snacks, eye-catching appetizers, or as bright garnishes for garden salads.
Seed Count: 375-390 / Weight: 4 gms
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(Rudbeckia hirta)
Irresistible Cappuccino received the prestigious Fleuroselect award in Europe for beauty, productivity and top garden performance and we are proud to offer it here. These vigorous perennials produce gorgeous big flower faces in their first season with an array of beautiful bicolors in shades of red and yellow, warm mahogany, rich auburn and golden yellow. Sturdy and sun-loving, Cappuccino is both heat and drought tolerant. Butterflies adore the bright blossoms and they make long-lasting, festive cut flowers.
Seed Count: 55-60 / Weight: 40 mg


This easy to grow Dutch rutabaga (a.k.a. swede) has a fine texture and warm, rich flavors like apples crossed with turnips. High yielding Helenor roots develop good color early, with creamy exteriors splashed with violet and yellow interior flesh. This mainstay root vegetable is ready to harvest and enjoy from tennis to softball size to use as needed from the garden. You’ll love them tossed in olive oil, then roasted or sautéed to bring out their natural sweetness.
Seed Count: Approx: 120 / Weight: 0.25 gms


(Salvia horminum)
Easy to grow, low maintenance and both pest and disease free, these easy care flowers show off their vibrant flags of color in perfectly matched shades of intense indigo blue, rich rose and pure white. Blooming hard throughout summer and fall, they strongly attract butterflies. Add to fresh bouquets or air dry for everlasting displays. Enjoy in the in the summer garden and/or grow in containers for beautiful color. Both deer and rabbits avoid these pretty plants.
Seed Count: Approx. 120 / Weight: 0.35 gms


(Scabiosa atropurpurea)
Cottage garden favorites since the colonial era, scabiosas’ tightly closed buds look like Victorian brooches which unfold into densely petaled, frilly centered flowers. Perfect for sunny borders, these long stemmed 2 to 3 inch “pincushion” flowers attract Monarch, Fritillary and Skipper butterflies throughout the summer. Our premium Dutch selection is more upright in habit and contains all the best old-fashioned colors including deep crimson, mulberry, soft salmon, rose pink, lilac and white.
Seed Count: 45-50 / Weight: 0.3 gms



(Eschscholtzia californica)
Cheerful Native California poppies are a perfect choice for hot, dry areas and grow almost anywhere without a fuss. Sow these silky, golden-orange poppies to cover a neglected or hard-to-cultivate area or for a memorable display in a large garden space. Their bright, fluted blossoms will dance above feathery gray-green foliage to cloak the ground for weeks. These natives are easy to grow and drought tolerant, providing a carefree spring carpet of bloom in all climate zones.

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Perennial Grown As Annual
Ample 2.2 oz. seeds covers 600 to 700 sq.ft.


(Tithonia rotundifolia)
Blazing Torch Tithonia is also known as Mexican Sunflower. These spectacular tall Central American natives bloom non-stop from midsummer, with multitudes of star shaped, 3 to 4 inch red-orange flowers on densely branching velvety stems. Maturing 4 to 6 feet high, tithonia plants are brilliant welcoming beacons for both Monarch and Swallowtail butterflies. These dramatic garden flowers offer a non-fussy, carefree way to fill your garden with a bright fiesta of color.
Seed Count: 55-60 / Weight: 0.5 gms