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Flower Sprouts are a cross between Brussels sprouts and kale which, unlike Brussels sprouts, remain open and resemble attractive, ...colorful flowers. They grow on tall, upright plants just like Brussels sprouts. The tender, mildly flavored sprouts have an excellent eating quality and are suitable for sales to high-end restaurants and specialty markets. They are excellent lightly steamed or saut ed. One marketing suggestion is to sell them in clam shells. Not quite as hardy to cold weather as Brussels sprouts or kale. This mix contains three varieties. Avg. 117,800 seeds/lb. Packet: 40 seeds. Flower Sprouts Brassica oleracea - Days to Maturity or Bloom 140 read more

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$17.99

Lavendula angustifolia is one of the richest in essential oils, meaning more fragrance power both fresh and dried, and 'munstead' ...has a more compact habit and earlier blooming lavender flowers. Fresh flowers can be crystallized and used in candies and cakes; dried flowers are used in potpourri and sachets; oils are used in creams and perfumes. And, these are only some of the more common uses -- imagination can create endless more. An evergreen perennial, 'munstead' lavender has a subtle blue-green coloring and a sweet fragrance. Reaching 12 to 18 in. high and 10 to 15 in. wide, it boasts 2 in., linear, downy grey leaves on strong stems. Semi-woody stalks of lavender flowers grow up to 12 in. tall. read more

Seeds of Change
$2.58

The standard Swiss chard with medium green, savored leaves accented with white veins on broad white stems. Great addition to stir-...fries or soups. Tender thinnings are perfect for salads. read more

Seeds of Change
$4.99

Also known as Santo Cilantro, this variety tolerates heat better than others having been bred for maximum leaf production without ...bolting. In mild climates it can be sown in the fall for spring production. Likes cool weather. read more

Seeds of Change
$3.89

Easy-to-grow, bush, yellow summer squash has been a favorite for over 150 years. Abundant producer of yellow-skinned, white-fleshe...d summer squash that are delicious lightly steamed. Harvest every other day when plant is producing heavily. read more

Seeds of Change
$2.58

Tender annual 4-6 ft. vine, 6-8 in. fruits. One of the most dependable slicer/salad varieties with true cucumber flavor, these pro...lific vines produce well in hot or cool weather until frost and are virus and disease resistant. read more

Seeds of Change
$2.58

Reseeding hardy annual 3-4 ft. Plant. Harvest the feathery foliage when plants are 6-8 in. tall for fresh use and drying. Flowers ...attract beneficial insects and are used in pickling along with the dried seeds. read more

Seeds of Change
$2.85

A tasty, round, brilliant red radish with crisp white flesh. 1949 All America Selection winner is tolerant of poor soils, retains ...tenderness, and resits pithiness. Can be planted and harvested all summer long. read more

Seeds of Change
$2.58

Hardy annual 18-24 in. plant, 5-7 in. head. This short season broccoli variety yields a large tight head followed by an abundance ...of succulent side shoots until a hard freeze. read more

Seeds of Change
$3.48

Originally from Europe, and grown for over a century for its distinct peppery flavor. Leaves and white flowers are all edible. Gre...at in salads or lightly sauteed with garlic and pine nuts over pasta. Plant early spring or late summer as it prefers cool weather. High in protein for a green read more

Seeds of Change
$2.58

Lactuca sativaHardy Annual. The gold standard of green loose leafs for its vigor, reliability, bolt resistance and excellent flavo...r. A big, fast lettuce with great loft and rich color. read more

Seeds of Change
$2.58

Hardy biennial 6-12 in. roots. This widely adapted mix of crispy, sweet, cylindrical Nantes and long elegant Imperator varieties y...ields the most delicious fresh eating orange carrots. read more

Seeds of Change
$3.73

Tender annual 14-20 in. plant. This uniform, slow to bolt, classic basil variety has a concentrated flavor and fine, sweet fragran...ce and is fantastic for seasonings, salads, garnishes and pesto. read more

Seeds of Change
$3.41

New open-pollinated zucchini co-developed with California grower Bill Reynold. Bred for the market grower but ideal in the home ga...rden. Open plants with smooth, spineless stalks and long harvest period reflecting its exceptional vigor. read more

Seeds of Change
$2.58

From the late 1800s with very low acid and a mild, sweet flavor. Produces clusters of fruit all summer long. Excellent for salads,... pickling and preserving. Resistant to alternaria stem canker disease. Enhanced by companion planting with dill, basil,... read more

Hirts: Seed; Tomato
$8.99

HEIRLOOM TOMATO: Heirloom Tomatoes are just what their name implies. They have been handed down, through generations of farmers an...d gardeners, from family member to family member. Many of these tomato varieties are known to have thrived since the 1800's. Unlike hybrids, they are not selectively bred for taste or appearance. They are open-pollinated, growing 'true to type' plants, like their predecessors, from seed. Heirloom Tomato Plants will add untraditional color and pleas read more

Hirts: Seed; Tomato
$6.59

TOMATO: Tomatoes are rich in vitamins and antioxidants, and the seeds are high in fiber. The green parts are mildly poisonous, whi...ch is not surprising, as tomatoes are closely related to both nightshade and tobacco. The tomato was originally believed to be poisonous when introduced into Europe, and was used solely as an ornamental plant during the 16th and 17th centuries. The first traces of its use as a food date back to the first half of the 18th century. Tomatoes are now a tas read more

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$28.49

Strong growing, drought tolerant, deciduous shrub with arching branches of gray-green foliage. Spike-like, deep pink flowers attra...ct butterflies and hummingbirds from early summer to frost. Prefers well drained, moist, fertile soil in full sun. In northern climates, plants die back in winter so treat as a perennial, and trim to 6-8 in. height in early spring. The plant will quickly reach 5 ft. tall. Try pairing with a darker blooming or a white Butterfly Bush to achieve a beautiful well-rounded look to the landscape. We're sorry, but due to state regulations, this plant cannot be shipped to Oregon, South Carolina, or Washington. read more

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$28.49

Strong growing, drought tolerant, deciduous shrub with arching branches of green foliage. Large, spike like, purplish red, fragran...t flowers are borne from early summer to frost. Plant in full sun in most, well drained soils. In northern climates, plants die back in winter so treat as a perennial and trim to 6 to 8 in. in height in early spring. The plant will quickly reach it's mature height and width of 6 ft. Butterflies and hummingbirds can't resist this long blooming beauty. read more

Zazzle
$10.65

This custom Tomato Vintage Seed Packet Poster is designed on the poster and would interest those who like vintage, garden, vegetab...le, tomato, harvest, seed, and packet stuff. read more

OnlinePlantCenter
$19.49

Internationally acclaimed, popular for over 50 years. This compact, 18 in. tall x 24 in. wide perennial sports unique blooms that ...have 1-2 in. wide, golden yellow petals which encircle a nearly black cone of disc shaped flowers. Blooms from mid-summer to mid-fall. Long-blooming, low maintenance, and long-lived. Plants have handsome foliage and every perennial garden should have a few of these fast-growing coneflower daisies. Plants tolerate wet and poorly drained soil, wind, salt and heat. Deadhead to prolong bloom and to keep plant tidy. Or leave the first sturdy seed stalks for winter interest. If birds do not eat all the seeds over winter, plants will self sow, creating more plants for your pleasure. Pair with Caryopteris, Pennisetum, or Perovskia for textural contrast. read more

Ferry Morse
$6.33

Ferry Morse has been serving up the best in seed and gardening supplies for over 100 years, and we are proud to still be innovatin...g and improving. Whether you are looking for the finest in flowers or gourmet garden vegetables, you will find all your answers here. Take a minute and explore the product categories to the right for planning and inspiration, or visit the gardeners corner for over a century worth of wisdom. At ferry Morse we want you to enjoy your best ever gardening experience. Ferry Morse seed company offer gardeners over 300 varieties of flower, vegetable, and herb seed. Ferry Morse seeds can be found in retailers across the united states. read more

Roll Out Flowers
$11.93

New way to grow tomatoes! Each TOMATO ROCKET seeded "disc", contains premium grade tomato seeds enough to grow up to 50lbs of toma...toes, perfect for indoor containers and starting early thru spring-summer. Simply place in soil, add water & grow! Each package contains two Tomato Rockets, 100% biodegradable. Made in USA! read more

Syndicate
$21.99

Bring the outside in, get a jumpstart on the growing season with Syndicate's Seed Starter Kits. Our mess free media is super-charg...ed with all the right elements to foster healthy, timely growth. Perfect for a sunny, warm spot anywhere in the home. Welcome to the new generation of seed starting. read more

DLF International Seeds
$7.50

This mix is comprised of a variety of delightful wildflowers designed to bloom spring, summer and fall. These flowers germinate qu...ickly producing lots of tall, multi-colored flowers that are perfect for cut-flower bouquet arrangements. Cut-Flower... read more

Bambeco
$7.45

Save yourself frequent, pricey trips to the grocery store or the farmer’s market by growing your very own garden-fresh produce! Th...ink you can’t do it? Think again! Bambeco’s all-organic Seed Start kits couldn’t be easier to grow. Each bag is made from leak-proof rice paper, and includes organic Brandywine tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) seeds, soil, and coconut husks to help with proper absorption. This juicy, luscious-red fruit produces throughout summer and fall, and tastes delectable in salads, sandwiches, soups, sauces, and so much more. Taste aside, organic tomatoes add an impressive boost of nutrition, as they’re packed with Vitamin C, lycopene, and other antioxidants to protect your cells and possibly protect against cancer and heart diseases. Sprout them in the bag and then transfer the contents to either containers or in the ground. read more

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$28.49

Vigorous, extremely hardy, deciduous shrub with arching branches of grayish-green foliage. Pure white, flower spikes are borne in ...profusion from late summer to frost, attracting butterflies and hummingbirds. Prefers moist, well drained, fertile soil in full sun. In northern climates, plants die back in winter, so treat as a perennial, and trim to 6-10 in. in height in early spring. It will quickly regrow to 6 ft. tall. read more

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$21.49

Much desired, 2 ft. tall and wide, coarse-textured, vase-shaped perennial which personifies high summer with it's bright orange he...ads to attract butterflies and bees throughout July and August. The flower clusters are made up of 1/4 in. across individual flowers, which grab onto the legs of visiting butterflies. As the butterfly struggles to pull free, it dusts itself with pollen. Slow growing and long-lived, sturdy, foliage clumps combine well with finer textured, mounded plants such as catmint, blue oat grass, fountain grass, or thread leaf coreopsis. For contrast, plant it with gray-leaved globe thistle or ornamental mullein. Grows best in full sun in sandy soil, but will tolerate clay soil. Deadheading promotes rebloom several weeks later. Cut back in late fall. They are slow to emerge in spring; mark their spot to avoid damage. Needs heat to prosper and bloom well; not suited to cool summer climates or poor drainage in winter. read more

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$19.49

Stiffly upright, 2-4 ft. tall x 2 ft. wide perennial producing in mid to late summer unique flowers that have daisy-like, dark pin...k petals that circle around a central, rusty brown cone. it's petals do not droop with maturity. Foliage is coarse-textured, clump forming, and fast growing. Plant in full or part sun (with at least four hours of high sun each day). read more

OnlinePlantCenter
$19.49

Long blooming perennial perfect for moist, woodland conditions. Handsome, 24 in. tall by 18 in. wide plant with deep green, bronze... tinged foliage and red stems. Bright pink, tubular flowers appear from mid summer to mid fall. Butterflies are attracted to the blooms. Thrives in sunny areas with consistent moisture, but equally dependable in partially shaded areas of the yard. read more

Bambeco
$7.45

Save yourself frequent, pricey trips to the grocery store or the farmer’s market by growing your very own garden-fresh produce! Th...ink you can’t do it? Think again! Bambeco’s all-organic Seed Start kits couldn’t be easier to grow. Each bag is made from leak-proof rice paper, and includes organic yellow tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) seeds, soil, and coconut husks to help with proper absorption. This super sweet, pear-shaped tomato variety produces throughout summer and fall, and tastes delectable in salads, sandwiches, soups, sauces, and so much more. Taste aside, organic tomatoes add an impressive boost of nutrition, as they’re packed with Vitamin C, niacin to help lower cholesterol, and folate which helps red blood cells. Sprout them in the bag and then transfer the contents to either containers or in the ground. read more

$7.95

We choose our pumpkin seeds over any other Halloween treat—any day of the year! Scooped from organic pumpkin, then roasted and sal...ted to perfection, our seeds taste delectable straight out of the bag or sprinkled over veggies, and (bonus!) are rich in vitamin E, manganese, and zinc. More about Thrive Market’s Organic Dried Fruits and Nuts: There are a handful of universal traits that make foods feel extra-special: flavor (obviously), texture, sweetness, and crunch rank high. Which is exa read more

Seeds of Change
$3.68

Introduced around 1910, this popular variety has rich flavored fruits that hold up well. Plump, slightly lobed, 4-5 in. diameter f...ruits are a beautiful, shiny purple-black. read more

Seeds of Change
$3.75

Tender annual 15 in. plant, 6-7 in. pods. The best tasting green bean in our trials, these productive plants yield tender, sweet, ...round stringless beans that are great for fresh eating, canning and freezing. read more

Seeds of Change
$2.48

Vigorous, spreading plant yields 2-3 ounce, 2 inch purple fruits which are delicious raw. The main ingredient in salsa verde, thes...e tomatillos are a prized traditional strain. Best time to pick for salsa is when husks turn brown and begin to open. read more

Miracle-Gro
$13.14

Our red heirloom tomatoes were specially selected for their high output of great-tasting cherry tomatoes, on a plant that grows na...turally short and bushy to fit in even the smallest AeroGardens. Ready to harvest in ten to twelve weeks and continues... read more

Seeds of Change
$2.71

Hardy annual 12-14 in. heads. This variety yields a bright, medium-red, semi-frilly loose leaf that is beautiful in salad mixes or... as full heads. read more

Seeds of Change
$4.41

Hardy biennial 3 ft. plants. This variety yields tender, mild-flavored, blue-green collard leaves which are full of vitamins and a...ntioxidants. Heat tolerant and frost hardy, leaves grow sweeter with fall frosts. read more

AeroGarden
$12.95

Find Indoor Gardening at Target.com! Vine ripened, homegrown flavor year round with the Miracle-Gro AeroGarden Mighty Mini Cherry ...Tomato Seed Pod Kit (3-Pod)! Fun and flavor from the world’s smallest tomato plant! The Mighty Mini Cherry Tomato Seed Pod... read more

Lilly Miller
$5.27

Ferry Morse has been serving up the best in seed and gardening supplies for over 100 years and we are proud to still be innovating... and improving. Whether you are looking for the finest in flowers or gourmet garden vegetables, you will find all your answers here. Take a minute and explore the product categories to the right for planning and inspiration, or visit the Gardeners Corner for over a century worth of wisdom. At Ferry Morse we want you to enjoy your best ever gardening experience. Ferry Morse Seed Company offer gardeners over 300 varieties of flower, vegetable and herb seed. Ferry Morse Seeds can be found in retailers across the United States. read more

Burpee
$3.95

An American family treasure that helped ignite America's passion for heirlooms.

Burpee
$3.95

Heirloom cherry tomato from Germany produces huge clusters of 20-40 richly flavored fruits.

$4.95

A sprinkle of sunflower seeds is an easy way to introduce nutty flavor and a ton of nutritional value, including vitamin E, magnes...ium, and selenium, into your diet. Enjoy our hulled, salt-free, nutrient-packed seeds straight out of the bag or mixed with nuts and chocolate for an energy-fueling trail mix. More about Thrive Market’s Organic Dried Fruits and Nuts: There are a handful of universal traits that make foods feel extra-special: flavor (obviously), texture, sweetness, and crunch r read more

Pennington
$18.48

The Pennington Seed Starter Mat holds grass seed in place, making it ideal for hills and slopes. The natural-fiber mat holds the p...roper amount of moisture for reliable germination and helps control weeds while the grass is establishing. read more

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