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Other Annual Flowers

Annuals are around for a season, gracing us with their beautiful flowers and leaving seeds for the next year.  Some are great companion plants, others are just beautiful and are wonderful ornamental plants.

  • Cockscomb Celosia Cockscomb Celosia

    Cockscomb Celosia

    I love the look of these little cockscomb flowers.  In shades of yellows, reds and pinks, they look like little feathery brains.  A beautiful and fun border plant, or grow for cut flowers to grace your table. Minimum of 50 seeds per packet.

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  • Alyssum, Carpet of Snow Alyssum, Carpet of Snow

    Alyssum, Carpet of Snow

    With it's carpet of tiny white flowers, this low growing annual is a great choice for borders or edging.  It has a nice scent and is fairly drought tolerant, but requires almost full sun to thrive.   Minimum of 150 seeds per packet.

    $2.75
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  • Painted Daisy

    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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  • Sweet Pea, Royal Family Mix

    Sweet Pea, Royal Family Mix

    Sweet peas were a favorite flower in the late Victorian era. They are early, beautiful and have a wonderful scent. They can grow up to 6 feet tall where suitable support is provided.   10 weeks   Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.

    $3.25
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  • Love in a Mist (Nigella) - Organic

    Love in a Mist (Nigella) - Organic

    Nigella   With it's beautiful array of pastel colored flowers, Love in a Mist is a fun flower to grow.  Only reaching 24 inches, it has beautiful, unique flowers followed by interesting seed pods.  The foliage is delicate and fernlike and...

    $4.00
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  • Companion Flower Garden

    Companion Flower Garden

    A gorgeous flower collection that will add jaw dropping color and dimension to your garden while attracting pollinators and banishing pests. Don’t let these hard-working beauties fool you – they are effective, robust, and reliable early...

    $13.75
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  • Heliotrope, Marine Heliotrope, Marine

    Heliotrope, Marine

    Heliotropium arborescens.  A very unique flower from the Victorian era, it has deep purple flowers that are a cluster of very small blooms with dark green foliage.  Known for it's wonderful vanilla scent, it is only 18 inches tall, a clean and...

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  • Borage

    Borage

    Borago officinalis. Periwinkle blue flowers have a mild cucumber flavor. Leaves can be used medicinally. An excellent companion plant providing protection against squash bugs and tomato hornworms. Reseeds vigorously. Minimum of 50 seeds per packet.

    $2.75
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  • Four O'Clock

    Four O'Clock

    Also known as Marvel of Peru, these are wonderful little flowers that were thought to have been exported from the Andes in 1540.  They open up in the late afternoon and have a wonderful fragrance.  The flowers are unique in that several colors...

    $3.50
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  • Cosmos, Sensation Mixture Cosmos, Sensation Mixture

    Cosmos, Sensation Mixture

    What fun flowers to grow.  Sensation Mixture is a tall flower with lots of lacy foliate and beautiful flowers in shades of pink.  Cosmos are easy to grow annuals, that really just need to be left alone.  The only problems seem to stem from...

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  • Chamomile, German

    Chamomile, German

    German Matricaria recutita.  24 inches.  This small, white, daisy-like flower is a great addition to any garden. Flowers best known for a delicious, aromatic tea, calming chamomile has many medicinal uses. Minimum of 150 seeds per packet.

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  • Bachelor Buttons, Tall Mix

    Bachelor Buttons, Tall Mix

    Centaurea.  Beautiful pink and blue button-shaped flowers grace these fun wildflowers.  Originally found in the grain fields of England, they are now mostly grown as ornamental and cut flowers.   9 weeks, 36 inches.   Minimum of...

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