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Flowers - Coreopsis - Lance Leaf or Tickseed

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NEW! Bright yellow blooms on 24-36' perennial plants. Plant in full sun or light shade. PKT (500) $2
Price: $2.00

Flowers - Coreopsis - Plains

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Plains Coreopsis is found as a native in many US states. Start outdoors in full sun to partial shade. This 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, fuller blooms. Can be grown in many different variants of soil quality and content. PKT (3000) $2
Price: $2.00

Flowers - Cosmos - Sensation

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Mix of red, pink, purple and white flowers are native to Mexico and require full sun. Cosmos work well as cut flowers and are good container plants. The Cosmos seed is a popular source of food for birds. Cosmos do not like extremely rich soil, if fertilized they will often grow too tall and not be able to stabilize themselves. Planting Cosmos in the spring and watering them until they are established will yield the highest quality plant. Once they are established they do not need nearly as much water. These annual flowers thrive in warm weather and in turn do not tolerate cold or wintry climates. Height 24-40” Plant in the spring. Bloom season: Spring-Fall. PKT (300) $2
Price: $2.00

Flowers - Cosmos - Sulfur

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Sulphur Cosmos does well in hot, arid climates. The red, orange and yellow flowers bloom spring-fall. Plant in the spring when the soil warms up, otherwise the seed will sit dormant in the ground and rot, because heat is a necessary precursor to germination for this species. All Cosmos attract birds and make good cut flowers. This flower does better if planted in soil that is more infertile. Fertilizing it will cause overgrowth and instability. It does not need to be heavily managed and can sustain itself when neglected. Height: 24-40”. PKT (300) $2
Price: $2.00

Flowers - Daisy - Painted

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Painted Daisy is famous for adding really stunning masses of color to any planting. The flowers are mixture of white, yellow, red and purple. Concentric circles of color highlight almost every bloom, but often no two are exactly alike. Great for meadow color, and even greater for cutting. Plant in full sun to partial shade in the spring. Plant Height: 18-36”. PKT (1000) $2
Price: $2.00

Flowers - Daisy - Shasta

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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. PKT (1000) $2
Price: $2.00

Flowers - Four O'clocks

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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. PKT (40) $2
Price: $2.00

Flowers - Impatiens - Dwarf Mix

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NEW  Large, individual and sometimes double flowers in a wide range of bright colors on 12 inch tall plant.  Annual. PKT (200) $2

Price: $2.00

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