All Seeds Filter

All Seeds Filter

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  • Albizia julibrissin Northern
    Albizia julibrissin Northern

    Larger than Albizia Rosea, Northern Albizia tolerates cold better and is guaranteed to have pink flowers. Fast growing fragrant tree with edible leaves and flowers that attract hummingbirds and butterflies. The tree grows to 50 ft. Provides good wood suitable for many uses.

  • Albizia julibrissin Rosea
    Albizia julibrissin Rosea

    Fast growing fragrant tree with edible leaves and flowers that attract hummingbirds and butterflies. The tree grows to 20 ft, is not long lived but provides good wood suitable for many uses. Rosea is smaller than Nothern Albizia, tolerates cold better and is guaranteed to have pink flowers.

  • Alyssum Royal Carpet
    Lobularia maritimaRC

    Small purple flowers create a fragrant groundcover from spring until fall. Easy to grow from seed. Great for borders, planters, rockeries, and edges. Height: 2 – 6 inches. Attracts Butterflies.

  • Amaranth Burgundy
    Amaranthus hypochondriacu RB

    A tall, edible plant with intense reddish purple leaves. The large elegant flower plumes produce an abundant amount of seeds. The seeds are preferred for grain and flour. Its size and color make it a wonderful addition as a backdrop for borders.

  • Amaranth Pygmy Torch
    Amaranthus hypochondriacus PT

    Dwarf Amaranth with rich crimson plumes adding ornamental appeal. The flowers dry nicely and the green-to-burgundy leaves and shiny black seeds are edible and delicious! Cute little plants that are perfect in smaller gardens or containers.

  • Amaranth Red Garnet
    Amaranthus tricolor RG

    A tall, beautiful and edible plant for the garden. Use in salads, cook as greens, or grow for the seed heads to make flour or popcorn. Sprouts for microgreens are ready in 15-30 days. Grows well in heat which intensifies the color.

  • Anise Hyssop
    Agastache foeniculum

    Wonderful all-around ancient medicinal herb. Grows between 3-4 feet high, has fragrant foliage and lots of soft fuzzy lavender-blue flowers giving an abundance of nectar for pollinators. Blooms in the first year.

  • Armenian Cucumber Dark Green
    Cucumis melo var. flexuosus

    Crisp, juicy cucumber (var. Melon) that needs no peeling or de-seeding. A bitter-free burpless heirloom that is great for salads, canning, pickling, and relish. Good long season production until fall. Fruits grow up to 36" in length but best harvested at 12"-15". Grow on a trellis for straighter fruits.

  • Arrowleaf Balsamroot
    Balsamorhiza sagittata

    The sunflower-like blooms of this native wildflower are a welcome sign of spring. Native Americans used the plant for food and medicine. All parts of the plant are edible. It is drought tolerant and a prize in any natural or xeriscape garden.

  • Artichoke Green Globe
    Cynara scolymus GG

    Green Globe is a popular Artichoke with thick tasty hearts, tender leaves, and a nutty flavor. The heads are 3”-5” wide, medium green, and tinged with purple. 

  • Arugula
    Eruca sativa

    Quick and nutritious easy to grow cool weather salad green with a spicy nutty flavor. Can be harvested in 21 days or grown on for fuller leaves. Use in Salads, Pesto and as a Garnish.

  • Asparagus Mary Washington
    Asparagus officinalis MW

    A gardeners Favorite! Easy grow variety. Reliably produces thick, straight green stalks with hints of purple at the tips. Produces for over 25 years. Disease resistant with beautiful foliage.

  • Aunt Mollys Ground Cherry
    Physalis pruinosa AM

    Bushy plant growing up to 2 feet producing tasty little berries that are great as raw snacks or used in pies and deserts. Berries taste best after ripening and falling to the ground. Self seeding annual that produces berries the same year in 70-80 Days.

  • Baby Blue Eyes
    Nemophila menziesii

    Native American wildflower that creates a charming blanket of sky blue flowers in spring. Baby Blue Eyes is a self-seeding annual that will grow 4 - 6 inches high and attracts beneficial pollinators and butterflies.

  • Baby's Breath
    Gypsophila elegans

    Show your flowers off spectacularly by planting Baby's Breath among them! These beautiful plants with sprays of tiny white flowers on slender stems compliment many other flowers in the garden. They make great cut flowers, and are easy to grow.

  • Basil Large Leaf Italian
    Ocimum basilicum LLI

    The classic Italian sweet Basil with large leaves. Easy to grow in the garden or containers, indoors or out. Harvest or pinch off the top sets of leaves as soon as the plant reaches about 6" in height.

  • Bean Blue Lake Pole
    Phaseolus vulgaris limensis BLP

    65 days. Stringless dark green pods with white seeds. A heavy producer of old fashioned quality beans from spring till fall. Grows to 7ft. Good for Freezing, Canning or Fresh.

  • Beetroot Detroit Dark Red
    Beta vulgaris DDR

    The most popular Heirloom beetroot since 1892. Full deep red globe with dark green top. Good for canning, pickling and eating fresh. Nice large even shape. 58 Days.

  • Black Eyed Susan
    Rudbeckia hirta

    Delightful native wildflower of the prairie. Easy to grow from seed. Forms a basal rosette the first year and flowers the following year. Attracts pollinators. Native Americans used the root in medicine, though the seeds are poisonous.

  • Bladder Campion
    Silene vulgaris

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  • Blue Flax
    Linum perenne

    Dazzling blue blossoms on graceful stems adorn this beautiful wildflower. It is easy to grow from seed, requires little care, and is drought tolerant. The intense blue flowers create a sensation when they appear in spring and will last until the small rounded seed-heads form in late summer.

  • Blue Sage
    Salvia farinacea

    A riot of beautiful blue hue's from an easy to grow wildflower, and a good choice for beds, edgings, mass plantings, and containers. Blue Sage is easy to maintain, and a magnet for butterflies. Blooms from Late spring till first frost.

  • Borage
    Borago officinalis

    A wonderful herb for any garden. The blue flowers are edible and have a delicate cucumber taste. A beneficial companion for other plants and great for compost. The roots provide Nitrogen to the soil. Grows in all zones as a self seeding annual.

  • Broccoli Green Sprouting Calabrese
    Brassica oleracea Calabrese

    Loved for the delicate flavor of the side shoots that grow once the main head has been harvested. Once the head is cut the plant goes to work vigorously producing side shoots which are delectable, easy to grow, prolific, and hardy.

  • Broccoli Raab Rapini
    Brassica rapa (Rapini)

    Grown for the delicious cut-and-come-again side shoots that have a more nutty, sweet, and peppery flavor than Green Sprouting broccoli. Used extensively in Chinese and Italian cuisine. Quick and easy grower that tolerates heat and cold well.


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