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Zin Master Zinnia Flower Mix Zin Master Zinnia Flower Mix In Stock

Zin Master Zinnia Flower Mix

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The Living Seed Company - The Zin Master is a fabulous mix of ten varieties of zinnias. Featuring the California Giant, the Dahlia Flowered, the Pumila, the Lilliput, the Thumbelina and the Mexican Zinnia.Suitable to grow in all regions, this annual will thrive in sun or partial shade. Ideally plant a month after the last frost, if unexpected frost arrives, replant seeds. Summer planting is possible in regions of cooler temperatures, where temperatures do not hover above 80 degrees. Plant where sun is available throughout the summer and where there is a water source is nearby. Easy Ornamental Attracts pollinators Excellent...

Organic Amish Cockscomb, 1570's Heirloom Organic Amish Cockscomb, 1570's Heirloom In Stock

Organic Amish Cockscomb, 1570's Heirloom

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Seed Exchange - Given to SSE by longtime members Orral and Joan Craig who discovered it growing in an Amish garden near Arthur, Illinois. Native to the tropics and introduced to Europe in the 1570s. Fuzzy red flower heads resemble the comb of a rooster. Annual, 12" tall. Organic Annual Great cut flower or bedding plant Plants grow to 12 inches Fuzzy red flower heads 250 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds indoors just beneath the surface of the soil. Plant out into average well-drained soil after the danger of frost has passed. Good cutting flower, fresh or dried. Sow seed indoors 6-8...

Chima Family Heirloom Poppy Chima Family Heirloom Poppy In Stock

Chima Family Heirloom Poppy

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Seed Exchange - The stunning double flowers of this breadseed poppy are coral-pink and reach 2-2 ½' tall. Valeria Dukelow donated this gorgeous poppy to Seed Savers Exchange in 2012 and has grown it in her Pittsburgh garden since the 1960s, when she obtained the seeds from her Romanian-born mother. All plant parts except the seeds are toxic. Organic Stunning double dark pink to red blooms Grows 2 to 2.5 feet tall Blooms late June - July 200 Seeds Instructions - Direct seeding is preferable, as poppies do not like to have their roots disturbed. Sow seeds outdoors in the early spring when...

Organic Jane Goodall's Seeds of Hope for Pollinators Organic Jane Goodall's Seeds of Hope for Pollinators In Stock

Organic Jane Goodall's Seeds of Hope for Pollinators

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The Living Seed Company - Feed our pollinator friends, with Jane’s Seeds of Hope!Celebrating 40 years of the Jane Goodall Institute, this certified organic seed mix contains flowers that are commonly grown in gardens in the United States.  They were selected to be easy to grow across many regions and provide food over long periods of time for honey bees, wild bees, butterflies, other pollinator insects, and birds!  It is recommend that these seeds be planted in garden plots, yards and/or pots.  While none of these flowers are invasive they can reseed in ideal climates.   This is not a wildflower mix...

Organic Mongolian Giant Sunflower Organic Mongolian Giant Sunflower In Stock

Organic Mongolian Giant Sunflower

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Seed Exchange - (H. annuus) One of the largest-seeded varieties available to gardeners, seeds up to 1½" long. Great for eating. Plants can grow 12-14' tall with gigantic yellow heads reaching 16-18" across! Annual, 90 days. Organic Annual flowers with edible seeds Plants grow to 12-14 feet tall Flower heads grow to 16-18 inches across Seeds grow to 1.5 inches long 90 days 25 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors after last frost. Sunflowers prefer full sun to light shade and well-drained rich soil. Provide support for tall plants. Sow 1/2" Deep Plant 6" Apart Germination 10-14 days Plant 24-36" apart Full...

Organic Arikara Sunflower, 1930 Heirloom Organic Arikara Sunflower, 1930 Heirloom In Stock

Organic Arikara Sunflower, 1930 Heirloom

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Seed Exchange - (Helianthus annuus) Collected by Melvin Gilmore from the Arikara tribe at the Fort Berthold Reservation. First offered by Oscar H. Will in 1930. Sturdy plants grow up to 12' tall, flowers are single to multi-headed. Some single heads grow 12-16" across. Traditionally grown for its masses of edible seeds. Annual, 70 days. Organic Annual flowers with edible seeds Plants grow to 12 feet tall Flower heads grow to 12-16 inches across 70 days 100 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors after last frost. Sunflowers prefer full sun to light shade and well-drained rich soil. Provide support for tall plants....

Bee Feed Mix Flowers Bee Feed Mix Flowers In Stock

Bee Feed Mix Flowers

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Seed Exchange - This very colorful early-, mid-, and late-blooming flower mix benefits pollinators all season long. An extraordinary blend of annual and perennial flowers yields nectar and pollen for wild bees, honey bees, and other pollinators, and is suitable for short-tongued and long-tongued bees. Sow in maintained landscapes such as garden beds, borders, and managed meadows. Best-Seller Annuals and perennials Early, late, and mid-blooming flowers Beautiful mix of colors Flowers provide bee forage all season Packet sows 50 square feet    Varieties included: Forget-Me-Not, Chinese - Cynoglossum amabile Wallflower, Siberian - Cheiranthus allionii Poppy, California, Orange - Eschscholzia californica Coneflower, Purple -...

Bells of Ireland Flower Bells of Ireland Flower In Stock

Bells of Ireland Flower

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Seed Exchange - Great conversation piece in any garden. Interesting spikes of green bell-shaped calyces surrounding the insignificant white flowers, quite fragrant. Excellent for cutting; color and shape are preserved nicely when dried. Native to the Mediterranean region. Half-hardy annual, 18-36" tall. Half-hardy annual that grows to 18-36 inches tall Bell-shaped green calyces surround tiny white flowers Very fragrant Great as a cut flower or for drying This variety will grow well in most regions of the United States but prefers cool growing seasons. 250 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds indoors just beneath the surface of the soil. Transplant when a light...

Sensation Mix Cosmos Mixture Flower, 1936 Heirloom Sensation Mix Cosmos Mixture Flower, 1936 Heirloom In Stock

Sensation Mix Cosmos Mixture Flower, 1936 Heirloom

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Our children love to pick flowers and cosmos let them pick all the flowers they seem to want.  The more you pick them, the more they bloom.  Seed Exchange - One of the earliest-blooming cosmos mixtures, this annual is a great choice for northern gardeners. An All-American Selections winner in 1936, this longtime garden favorite produces large, sturdy plants adorned with beautiful, ferny foliage and flowers in a wide mixture of colors, from white and pink to cerise. An excellent cut flower. Half-hardy annual, 4-5' tall. Very easy to grow Half-hardy annual plants grow to 4-5 feet tall Tubular flowers in...

Sea Shells Cosmos Mixture Flower Sea Shells Cosmos Mixture Flower In Stock

Sea Shells Cosmos Mixture Flower

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Our children love to pick flowers and cosmos let them pick all the flowers they seem to want.  The more you pick them, the more they bloom.  Seed Exchange - Delivering multitudes of open-petalled flowers in shades of pink, red, and white, this mixture produces bright, colorful blooms on tall stems with the ferny foliage typically associated with cosmos. They are eyecatching in the garden and in arrangements and are very easy to grow from seed. Half-hardy annual, 4-5' tall. Easy to grow from seed Half-hardy annual plants grow to 4-5 feet tall Tubular flowers in pink, red, and white Great...

Bee's Friend Flower Bee's Friend Flower In Stock

Bee's Friend Flower

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Seed Exchange - (Phacelia tanacetifolia) This annual bears subtle lavender-blue flowers with curved spikes that not only put on a show in your garden but also attract and support many species of bees. Often used as a cover crop, this plant’s common name is a translation of Bienen-freund, German for “bee’s friend.” Annual, 12-24" tall. Annual plants grow 12-24 inches tall Lavender-blue flowers Attracts many different species of bees and beneficial insects 1,000 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors in early spring when soil is cool and a light frost is still possible; seed must be well covered. Does very well in...

Historic Pansies Mix Flower, Heirloom Look-A-Alike Historic Pansies Mix Flower, Heirloom Look-A-Alike In Stock

Historic Pansies Mix Flower, Heirloom Look-A-Alike

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Seed Exchange - None of the original pansies introduced in the 1800s by the Vilmorin Company of Paris still exist by their true names. Fortunately for gardeners, seedsman Kees Sahin kept a collection of 13,000 violas in the Netherlands. Kees re-assembled a mixture closely resembling the original “Bambini Mixture” from Vilmorin. The flowers are reminiscent of little smiling faces with distinct whiskers. Self-seeding biennial, 6-8" tall. Self-seeding biennial plants grow to 6-8 inches Mixture of many colored blossoms Will grow in containers Good for ornamental border plantings 50 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds indoors 1/4" deep. Transplant outdoors when the spring temperatures...

Organic Hopi Red Dye Amaranth, Heirloom Organic Hopi Red Dye Amaranth, Heirloom In Stock

Organic Hopi Red Dye Amaranth, Heirloom

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Seed Exchange - A commanding presence in the garden, this heirloom amaranth grows 4½-6' tall with a showy display of dark purple-green leaves, solid purple stems, and long, draping deep purple-red inflorescences. Used for dye or as an ornamental, it comes to Seed Savers Exchange through Native Seeds/SEARCH, which notes this variety was collected in the lower area of Moenkopi, Arizona. The Hopi people make a natural scarlet food dye from the flower bracts to color piki bread. It flowers in mid-to-late-June in the Northeast Iowa if started indoors.  Organic From the Seed Saver Collection Stunning ornamental Grows 4 1/2-6' tall 250...

Jewels of Opar Flower Jewels of Opar Flower In Stock

Jewels of Opar Flower

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Seed Exchange - (Talinum paniculatum) (aka Fameflower) Sure to become a favorite. Eye-catching mats of succulent chartreuse foliage. Attractive sprays of pink flowers followed by ruby-orange seedpods. Great filler for any border or container. Tolerates dry conditions. Self-sows readily. Tender perennial grown as an annual in the North, 24" tall. The leaves are used in salads and stir fry. The leaves do contain oxacyilic acid so do not consume in great quantities.   This one I first discovered growing in my Dallas backyard (I no longer live in Texas as our farm is in Wisconsin) and was amazed at the thousands of...

Black Velvet Nasturtium Flower Black Velvet Nasturtium Flower In Stock

Black Velvet Nasturtium Flower

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Seed Exchange - These eye-catching, orange-yellow flowers with bright-red central markings are edible, like other nasturtiums, as are their rounded leaves. The dwarf plants are ideal for container gardening, but will also thrive in beds and garden plots. Hardy annual, 8-10" tall. Hardy annual plants grow to 10-12 inches tall Blossoms are chocolate-black Blossoms are edible Great for container growing 25 Seeds Instructions - The intense velvety-black blooms of this nasturtium are completely unique within this genus. Growing only 10-12" tall, the dwarf plants are ideal for container gardens. The edible blossoms and gray-green leaves dress up spring salads both visually...

Ladybird Nasturtium Flower Ladybird Nasturtium Flower In Stock

Ladybird Nasturtium Flower

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Seed Exchange - These eye-catching, orange-yellow flowers with bright-red central markings are edible, like other nasturtiums, as are their rounded leaves. The dwarf plants are ideal for container gardening, but will also thrive in beds and garden plots. Hardy annual, 8-10" tall. Hardy annual plants grow to 8-10 inches tall Blossoms are yellow with red markings Edible blossoms Great for container growing 25 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors one week after last frost. Plants prefer average moist soil. Water during dry spells, but do not fertilize, as this will promote more foliage than flowers. Sow 1/4" Deep Germination 7-12 days...

Empress of India Nasturtium Flower, 1890 Heirloom Empress of India Nasturtium Flower, 1890 Heirloom In Stock

Empress of India Nasturtium Flower, 1890 Heirloom

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Seed Exchange - This classic Victorian nasturtium has dark blue-green foliage and brilliant crimson flowers on 12-14" plants. This variety has been grown in the United States since the 1890s, and today it is perfect for everyone’s favorite contemporary gardening method: containers. Beyond the garden, the edible flowers and leaves can add style and color to plates as a garnish—or as a peppery addition to salads and pastas. Hardy annual. Hardy annual plants grow 12-14 inches tall Bright crimson flowers and dark blue-green leaves Flower and leaves are edible Great for container growing 25 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors one...

Milkmaid Nasturtium Flower Milkmaid Nasturtium Flower In Stock

Milkmaid Nasturtium Flower

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Seed Exchange - This is the closest to white of any nasturtium available to gardeners, unique within the genus. Many years of selection have gone into producing this pale-cream to yellowish-white variety. A great conversation piece in any garden. Plants climb 6' or more with proper support. Hardy annual. Hardy annual plants grow to 10-14 inches tall Yellow-white blossoms Flowers are edible Grows well in containers 25 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors one week after last frost. Plants prefer average moist soil. Water during dry spells, but do not fertilize, as this will promote more foliage than flowers. Sow 1/4"...

Grandpa Ott's Morning Glory Flower Grandpa Ott's Morning Glory Flower In Stock

Grandpa Ott's Morning Glory Flower

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Seed Exchange - One of two plants that inspired the creation of Seed Savers Exchange, this morning glory bears beautiful deep-purple flowers with red stars at their center. This self-sowing annual—given to SSE co-founder Diane Ott Whealy by her Grandpa Ott who lived on a 40-acre farm in St. Lucas, Iowa—can climb to 15 feet tall, if given a support to grow on. One of two seeds that started it all for the founders of Seed Exchange Self-seeding hardy annual plants grow vines of over 15 feet long Deep purple flowers with red star in throat Climbs trellises and support structures...

Moonflower Moonflower In Stock

Moonflower

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Seed Exchange - Beautiful 5-6" blossoms are closed all day until sunset when the flowers open, releasing one of the most fragrant perfumes in the summer garden. Frequently visited by night pollinators. Annual in the North, perennial in milder areas. Vines 8-12' tall, if given proper support. Although frequently visited by hummingbird moths, the plants, seeds, and foliage of this variety are all poisonous—please use caution. Annual vining plants grow up to 12 feet tall Perennial plant in southern/warm climates White blossoms are up to 6 inches and open at night Extremely fragrant and attracts pollinators 50 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors after...

Persian Carpets Zinnia Flower Persian Carpets Zinnia Flower In Stock

Persian Carpets Zinnia Flower

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Seed Exchange - Listed by many companies earlier this century as Mexican Hybrids. Beautiful semi-double flowers with mahogany, orange, gold, cream, and many bicolored blossoms. Very good for cutting. Resists mildew. AAS winner in 1952. Annual, 24-28" tall. Annual plants grow to 24-28 inches tall Resists mildew Semi-double flowers in shades of brown, gold, cream and orange Great for cut flowers and ornamental plantings 100 Seeds Instructions -Sow seeds outdoors after last frost. Zinnias prefer well-drained average soil. Water regularly, keeping leaves dry. Remove spent blossoms frequently to prolong blooming. Sow 1/8" Deep Germination 5-24 days Thin 10-12" apart Firefly Farm &...

Tall Russell Lupine Flower Tall Russell Lupine Flower In Stock

Tall Russell Lupine Flower

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Seed Exchange - Well-balanced mixture of lupines with a full color range. Perennial lupines are found growing wild from California to British Columbia. Steady improvements of the wild strains have been in progress by breeders for centuries. A great example of how flower breeders have taken a native species and selected for many different color combinations. Short-lived perennial, 3-4' tall. Short-lived perennial Plants grow to 3-4 feet tall Flowers in reds, purples, yellows, pinks, and salmons Great for borders, ornamental plantings, and cut flowers 100 Seeds Instructions -Sow seeds indoors 1/8" deep. Transplant outdoors after last frost. Can also be sown outdoors...

 

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