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Flowers

Flowers are more than just a thing of beauty that make us smile, they are garden companions, beneficial insect habitats, and even something to eat.  Many flowers attract the good bugs and drive away the bad ones.  They are beautiful guardians of our vegetables.  

  • Nasturtium - Tall Trailing Mix

    Nasturtium are a wonderful flower for both ornamental use as well as in your garden.  They are a good companion to beans, cucumbers and cabbage.  All parts of the plant are edible, although the flower is the most often consumed part. ...

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  • Painted Daisy

    Nature's insecticide, these beautiful daisy flowers have been used for years to control insects on us as well as in the garden.  One of the approved organic pesticides, pyrethrum is extracted from these flowers.  You can grow the flowers, dry...

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  • Petunia, Dwarf Mix

    Petunia, Dwarf Mix

    Grown for over 50 years, this beautiful mix of dwarf petunias is a beautiful border plant.  It has a mix of colors of white, red, pink, yell and blue and only reaches 12-15 inches.  Petunias are a great companion plant, drawing away all the...

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  • Plains Coreopsis

    A beautiful wildflower, it has deep red centers on golden yellow flowers.  It flowers June through September.  It attracts beneficial insects.  Annual.  30-36 inches tall.   Minimum of 450 seeds per packet.

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  • Poppy, American Legion

    Poppy, American Legion

    The poppy grown in Normandy at the American WWII cemetaries, these beautiful red poppies are a sight to behold when planted in a mass planting.   30 inches tall.    Minimum of 100 seeds per packet.

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  • Poppy, Chima Family Heirloom

    Poppy, Chima Family Heirloom

    Beautiful deep pink to red blooms with lots of petals.  The seeds can be used in cooking, making it a wonderful dual-purpose flower. 30-36 inches tall.    Minimum of 100 seeds per packet.

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  • Purple Phacelia

    One of the more interesting flowers, Purple or Lacy Phacelia has light purple flowers that can look like little worms or puffs of flowers.  They attract beneficial insects and are one of my favorite companion flowers.  Annual.  12-24...

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  • Scarlet Flax

    Originally from Algeria, it isn't a native wildflower, but an introduced one.  It has beautiful black edged, scarlet red flowers that bloom summer into fall.  Annual.     Minimum of 200 seeds per packet.

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  • Shasta Daisy, Alaska

    Leucanthemum superbum alaska.  Bright and cheerful, Shasta daisies are hardy perennials that form densce groups once established.  They prefer full sun to partial shade and bloom in June and July. They make for a wonderful cut flower as well...

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  • Sunflower, Black Oil

    This traditional, 5 foot tall, yellow sunflower is used primarily for feeding livestock or birds. It is also great to use for sprouts. 10-12 weeks. Minimum of 25 seeds per packet   Planting Instructions: Planting Depth: 1 inch Direct seed in full...

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  • Sunflower, Dwarf Sunspot

    Dwarf Sunspot is a traditional sunflower with large yellow flowers with dark centers.  It only grows 2 feet tall and has great seeds for eating.  It also matures up to 20 days earlier than the taller varieties of sunflowers, making it a good...

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  • Sunflower, Evening Sun

    75 day.  Beautiful orange/red/burgundy flowers with yellow rings, these sunflowers are a showstopper.  They grow 6-8 feet tall.     Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.

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