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Shasta Daisy is an extremely resilient white perennial flower that is native to Europe, and will grow successfully in an area that provides full or light shade. The blooms that this flower produces are larger than those of its cousin, the Ox-Eyed daisy. If established in a hospitable environment the Shasta Daisy will grow into a large colony. The Shasta Daisy was formerly of the genus, Chrysanthemum. However, in recent years it has been recognized to lack necessary traits of true Chrysanthemums. One such example is that the Shasta Daisy releases a foul smelling odor, which is an uncommon characteristic among flowers. Also, Chrysanthemum flowers produce pyrethrin, which is a naturally potent insecticide, but the Shasta Daisy does not produce pyrethrin. They have been reclassified as Leucanthemum superbum. Many species in the Leucanthemum genus are considered weeds, but the Shasta Daisy is still a common favorite among gardeners. Height: 12-36”. Plant in spring-fall. Bloom season: spring-summer. 5 grams (5,000) $2
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Dwarf Jewel Nasturtiums stays low and blooms profusely in the summer months. Best of all, the flowers aren't limited to the common orange. You'll have rich reds and yellows too. These beauties are one of the most widely-used edible flowers, since the handsome foliage and the flowers can be used to decorate cakes or add color to salads. Blooms have sweet, mild spicy flavor, commonly used for garnish. Height: 12-18”. Grow in full sun to partial shade. 7 grams (50)    SOLD OUT
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New for 2014!  50 days. (Guizotia abyssinica). An erect, stout branched annual herb, grown for its edible oil and seed. Quick growing annual, attractive yellow flowers. Plants 24" tall, 24" wide. Seed produced attracts finches and other wild birds. Plants very attractive to honey bees. With lots of sun and space one plant could have over 300 flowers. Guizotia abyssinica is not a Federal noxious weed. PKT (100) $2
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For a blaze of beautiful afternoon color, plant this mixture. When frost threatens, you can dig the bulbous roots that will have formed, and save them (like dahlias or glads) for next spring. This wonderful tropical wildflower has been gracing gardens for centuries. Your grandmother probably grew it, and knew the big secret of the older seeds. They are famous for rapid growth and producing glossy-leaved plants (12-30”) having flowers in several colors--on the same plant! Plant in full sun. 5 grams (50) $2
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Marigold Mix is named "Sparky" since when it's in bloom during the summer-fall, your garden seems to sparkle. Another world favorite annual, great for kids' first gardens. Mixture of red, orange and yellow flowers. Plant this annual in full sun. 12-14” tall. 5 grams (1100) $2
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Plains Coreopsis is found as a native in many US states. Plains Coreopsis should be started outdoors in full sun to partial shade. The tall (32-48”) variety produces yellow bicolored flowers with mahogany red centers in the spring and summer. The slim seeds will germinate in either fall or early spring. Plains Coreopsis grows rapidly when planted in well-drained soils. A fall planting is possible when a mild winter follows. Any area that weathers strong winters must spring plant. This flower won’t tolerate heat and humidity and needs only average watering. Deadheading this flower will help to promote more, full blooms. Plains Coreopsis can grow in many different variants of soil quality and content. 5 grams (15,000) $2
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(Cleome Hassleriana) A tender annual that grows as tall as 5 ft. Use Spider Flower (pink/white) as a background plant and in borders. Also good in mixed shrub plantings to fill in while shrubs mature. Makes a durable container plant for patio or balcony. Remove spent blossoms to prolong flowering. You can shape spider flower plants to suit your tastes and design needs. For tall lender plants remove the side branches. For shorter, fuller plants remove the central bud when the plant is about 1 ft tall to encourage side branching. Plant the seeds  in an area that gets full sunlight and good drainage. PKT (100) $2
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Sweet William, a relative to the Carnation. The red and pink sweet smelling flowers enjoy a moist and cooler climate in full sun to partial shade. It makes an excellent cut flower. Sweet William does not like heavy acidic soils or hot climates. This flower works great for a border or to plant in a mass. Height 12-24”. Plant in the spring. Bloom Season: summer. 5 grams (5,000) $2
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