Grown medicinally for the milky white sap that oozes from the plant when it is cut, Wild Lettuce is the ancestor of all salad lettuces grown today. Used since ancient times and by indigenous tribes as a herbal remedy for pain, digestion, and stress.
A delightful blend of mixed flowers to attract butterflies, hummingbirds, and songbirds into the garden. Contains fifteen or more specially selected flower varieties. Please see product Page for more details of flower varieties.
Edible, fragrant, low growing groundcover that looks stunning creeping over rocks or paving. Attracts beneficial pollinators into the garden. It is drought tolerant, prefers full sun, and great for covering unsightly areas.
Hardy perennial growing between 36 and 60 inches high, and easy to grow from seed. Comfrey will put nutrients into the soil, mulch trees and shrubs, prevent weeds, feed livestock, attract beneficial pollinators, and make quick compost tea.
An ancient and delightful medicinal herb grown for Chamomile tea, a gentle skin tonic, and an aromatic lawn. Easy to grow and a beneficial groundcover. Cold Hardy Perennial which returns every year. Do not sow on a windy day!
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.
Hardy shrub with lance like thorny branches and alternate silver narrow leaves. Bright orange berries grow close to the branch in clusters and are packed full of vitamins. The berries taste like a mix between orange and passion fruit!
Royal Family Sweet Peas are fragrant and produce larger blooms and more flowers per stem than other Sweet Pea varieties. The more you pick, the more they produce and a vase of Sweet Peas is a welcoming sight, plus their wonderful fragrance will fill the air indoors or out.
Pompoms of pale pink starbursts branch from a single elegant stem. A vital host plant for the monarch butterfly and an important nectar source for beneficial pollinators. Edible if cooked correctly. Used for twine and medical in folklore.
A delightful herb used in salads, stews, and teas, and used as a beneficial healing herb for wounds, mouth ailments, and as a tonic. Prunella is a good source of nectar for butterflies, and a great low growing groundcover for difficult areas.
A spectacularly tall and graceful plant with pretty yellow flowers and giant fuzzy leaves. Used in herbal medicine for centuries. Beneficial pollinators are attracted to this easy to grow biennial that is drought tolerant, and loves full sun.
Native host plant for Monarch Butterflies that will regrow each spring after sowing from seed. Deep tap roots make this a good drought tolerant plant to grow in zones 3 - 9.
A long lived, low growing perennial shrub that produces silvery green leaves and spires of intensely fragrant blue flowers. The flowers attract many beneficial pollinators and are used in the most expensive perfumes. It grows in a nice round bushy form reaching 18” – 24” high and will bloom from spring until first frosts.
Fast growing, multi-purpose shrub bearing flowers in July and fruits in September. Flowers are used for Elderflower Champagne, and the berries, high in vitamin C content can be used in pies and jellies. Beneficial for wildlife, wood, and dye.
Beautiful blooms up to 6 inches wide in colors ranging from white, purple, and pink. The pods are the largest of all the poppy varieties and are great for flower arranging. Cold hardy, easy to grow, and self seeding.
Low maintenance shrub producing masses of clove scented blossoms in spring that pollinators find irresistible. In summer the blossoms turn to golden colored berries that are sweet and delicious. Important food source for birds, and fast growing.
Deciduous, hardy, and tough. This nitrogen fixing shrub bears yellow flowers in spring that mature into edible pods for humans and wildlife. Used for windbreaks, hedges, and erosion control. Grows up to 15 feet. Drought tolerant.
Common Beer Hops. Fast growing vine reaching up to 20 feet and producing flowers used for beer or medicinal teas and flavors. Leaves can be eaten in salads or cooked. Grow as a shrub with hard pruning or as a vine with a strong tall trellis to climb on.
Hardy perennial shrub growing up to 10 feet tall, and a prolific producer of nutritious berries. A long lived shrub that grows best in zones 5-7. Will grow in almost all soils but does require good drainage. Drought tolerant once established.
Attractive Daisy like flowers with a spicy scent growing 18-24 inches high. A perennial that can be difficult to get started but once established can live for many years. The flowers are cultivated commercially as a natural pesticide, and Pyrethrum is the safest pesticide especially around food.
Prettier by far than Common Milkweed and just as important for Monarch Butterflies. We grow this variety and scatter seeds each year in waste lands where they will grow to enhance the beauty of the area, and help the Monarch survive.
Produces blossoms in spring, and bright red edible cherries in June. Ideal as a hedge. Prunus tomentosa is an extremely tough shrub that is drought tolerant and grows to 8-12 feet. The cherries will attract birds into the garden.
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.
Cover dry spaces with drought tolerant wildflowers! Mix includes annuals and perennials for areas with 10 to 30 inches of annual rain. Please see product page for seeds included. Image by Saintrain http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0
Fill your garden with splashes of vibrant color with these beautiful giant California mixed Zinnias. Easy to grow, and with long lasting blooms they make ideal flowers for cutting or simply leave them to be admired in the garden.