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.
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.
Spectacular blue flowers that love to 'Show Off'. Can be grown on a fence or trellis and reach up to 12 feet in height. Easy to grow (soak seeds overnight before sowing). Fresh Untreated Seed.
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.
Ornamental deciduous tree producing dark black, delicious plump fruits in late spring. Grows 20 to 30 feet and bears fruit for hundreds of years. Sets fruit without pollination.
Beautiful, gentle herb with many beneficial uses, and deserving of the name ‘Balm’. Grow with Roman Chamomile for a wonderful 'home grown’ tonic. Can be made into lemonade with lemons or planted as a companion plant in the vegetable garden.
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.
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.
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.
Easy to grow old fashioned favorite brought to America by early colonists. Grow at the back of the flower border or along fences. Tough, sturdy, masses of color and loved by pollinators – will tolerate poor soil.
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.
Cold hardy culinary thyme is a sweet smelling edible groundcover. Attracts beneficial pollinators that are so vital to a healthy garden. Easy to grow, maintenance free, low growing, great seasoning herb. Heat and drought tolerant.
Good cooking rhubarb. Easy to grow and a heavy producer. Large, straight, and thick stalks are sweet and not stringy or tough. Stalks start pink at the base and turn to green at the top. Favored as a commercially grown rhubarb.
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.
Sagebrush native to western and central North America.
Bright red flowers with golden tips bloom all summer long on these drought-tolerant plants that thrive in tough spaces in full sun. Great for Cut Flowers too!
The classic culinary sage and a delight to grow for a variety of reasons: beautiful edible grey-green foliage, edible purple-blue flowers, an excellent contrast for the garden, and a tough drought tolerant plant in zones 5-9.
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.
The bright orange flowers of California poppy make a cheery addition to any garden. Easy to grow, require little care, bloom all spring and summer. Attracts butterflies and beneficial pollinators. Great for xeriscape gardens.
Create a stunning display with masses of brilliant blue flowers each spring. These low growing wildflowers grow naturally near stream banks and in meadows, though they are quite adaptable if not allowed to dry out.
Rosmarinus officinalis, the classic herb venerated by gardeners, cooks, and herbalists alike. In summer pretty blue flowers attract beneficial pollinators. The leaves can be used fresh, frozen or dried. Can be grown in containers indoors.
Colorful flower mixture composed of annuals and perennials that tolerate shade. Flowers grow best in locations that receive strong or filtered sunlight for 2 - 4 hours daily.
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.
Super easy to grow open pollinated heirloom variety that tolerates heat and cold exceptionally well. Produces large purple tinted leaves with a rich burgundy stem. The flavor is mild, nutty, and slightly sweet. Kale Red Russian is considered to be a "Super Food" and is high in nutritional value especially Vitamin K.
Stunning flowers in shades of pink, purple, crimson, and whites. Flowers seem to float airily above elegant, wispy green stalks. They grow to a height of 2–4 feet, and are good as cut flowers. They also attract butterflies and beneficial pollinators.