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T.W. Sanders
$27.99

This early work by T. W Sanders is on the subject of horticulture. It deals with the varieties of flowers that can be grown in the... greenhouse and the best methods for their management. This is a fascinating work for those with an interest in plant cultivation. read more

Burpee
$3.95

Plants produce an abundance of blooms for good flower show in the garden. Free-flowering, well-branching and compact plants, bloom... early and maintain color. read more

Burpee
$4.95

We're blushing with pride over our pink Daybreak Gazania. If your garden is in need of a plant to add sensational color and minima...l care, this is an annual for you! Gazania love the heat of summer and will amaze you with dazzling 3" blooms, even in the driest of soils. Petals are kissed with two shades of romantic pink, and blooms close every night to reopen at daybreak. Silver-green leaves are deeply cut in a feather shape and feel like felt on their white undersides. Use as a summer groundcover or as a border or edging along walkways, drives or on slopes. Try them with small yellow marigolds, any vinca, Wave petunias or alyssum for a spectacular effect. You can sow directly in the garden after the chance of all frost or start indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost for earlier bloom. Plants should be spaced 6-8" apart in the garden. Plants ship in spring at proper planting time. read more

Missouri Botanical Garden
$11.77

Excerpt from Annual Report, 1891The Board of Trustees of the Missouri Botanical Garden have instructed the Director to edit for pu...blication each year a volume setting forth the objects of the Botanical Garden and the School of Botany, and the results accomplished by each and summarizing the receipts and expenditures of the Board.The first volume of this series was prepared in the summer of 1890, and issued in the following December. Although it contained reports up to the date of its publication, this was primarily intended to be an account of the establishment of the Garden and School of Botany. The present volume, therefore, really begins the series of annual reports, and should properly contain the first annual flower sermon and the report of the proceedings at the first annual banquet given by the Board under the provisions of the will of Mr. Shaw, both of which appear in the preceding volume. Owing to the small portion of 1889 during which the Board existed, no financial report for that year was made, so that the report of the officers, now published, covers the period from the organization of the Board to the end of the year 1890.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.comThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. read more

Burpee
$6.95

Produces a shocking blaze of super-charged color all summer long. From award-winning Jolt series, ultra-vivid cherry shade mixes m...agnificently with celosia, rudbeckia and echinacea in the front of the sunny border; downright awesome in a container. Well-branching 16-20 plants are soon ablaze with lightly fragrant, high-saturation blooms producing bouquet after bouquet of dazzling cut flowers. Easy to grow and care for. read more

Pennington Seed
$16.99 $14.37

This annual ryegrass is designed for establishing cool season grass that is ideal for temporary coverage of new lawns (while a per...manent lawn establishes), for erosion control or for over seeding southern lawn during the late fall and winter m read more

Halcyon Days Enamels
$366.59

Gold plated, the hand painted box features our Jacobean floral design in red. The lid depicts an array of gold bells, flourishes a...nd flowers framing the words,'Christmas 2015'. The design focuses heavily on the North star as a symbol of Noel and the inscription on the inside references this with a verse from the Christmas carol,'We Three Kings'. read more

Park Seed
$4.50

The original Wave Petunias transformed the way American gardeners grew Petunias. Once a bedding plant, suddenly these new spreadin...g types made every hanging basket and windowbox awash with bold color that just kept coming and coming! Well, now there is... read more

Park Seed
$4.95

It's another stunning color in the fantastic Mona Lisa series of Anemones from seed! Lavender Shades grows readily, blooms even in... the short days of late winter and early spring, and makes a long-lived cut-flower!We're in love with the Mona Lisas, the... read more

Park Seed
$3.60

It's a brand-new color palette for merry Snaps! Twinny Yellow Shades blends butter, cream, apricot, and gold into large butterfly ...(double) blooms that jostle one another for space on dwarf plants. Standing tough despite harsh spring or fall weather,... read more

Park Seed
$10.95

It may look like it's from a faraway locale, but it's quite at home almost anywhere! Despite its combination of big, creamy-edged ...leaves and exquisite spotted pink blooms giving it an exotic look, Gilt Edge is easy to grow!This shade- and... read more

Park Seed
$10.95

At last, Arkansas Blue Star gets the recognition it so richly deserves! Named the 2011 Perennial Plant of the Year, it is suddenly... on everyone's wish list. We're pleased to make it available here, and to add our voice to the chorus of praise for this... read more

Park Seed
$14.95

Lighten up your shade border with this handsome Asian Wood Fern, which boasts bright spring fiddleheads of yellow and gold, unfurl...ing to perfect triangular bipinnate fronds of shimmering sunny color! Though the fronds mature to dark green, the contrast... read more

Park Seed
$12.95

Synonym: Tricyrtis sinonomeOne of the most beautiful flowering perennials for the shade garden, this Toad Lily has been a popular ...cut-flower in Japan for many years, and is now eager to grace your border and vases with its glorious blooms. Sinonome is... read more

Park Seed
$4.50

It's a brand-new color palette for merry Snaps! 'Twinny Bronze Shades' blends deep orange, pink, and rose into large butterfly (do...uble) blooms that jostle one another for space on compact dwarf plants. Standing tough despite harsh spring or fall... read more

Park Seed
$10.95

If you love Agastache, just wait until you grow this exciting newcomer! It's already amassing awards, and no wonder -- the flowers... are not only larger than all others, but last longer, too! You can expect 4+ months of glorious bloom from this tall,... read more

Park Seed
$18.95

US Plant Patent #23,307. Cultivar Name: 'Casca11'. In a Genus already packed with orbs of fine blue foliage, 'Beyond Blue' takes t...he look to another level with some of the finest foliage and some of the most electrifying color of any grass! The... read more

Park Seed
$4.95

Gardeners in the deep south, the southwest, the midwest, and beyond -- here is a petunia grown just for you! Radiance is being cal...led a hotunia for its extreme tolerance of heat and humidity. When others begin to droop in July, Radiance shines right... read more

Park Seed
$4.95

Plant Patent #22,783Whitewater is a year-round delight in the garden. A white-flowered sport of the popular V. 'Waterperry Blue,' ...this divine groundcover covers itself in -inch flowers in spring, with occasional latecomers appearing on wiry stems all... read more

Park Seed
$9.95

Plant Patent Applied ForFor weeks and weeks every spring, this spreading, densely mounded plant covers itself in brilliant blue bl...ooms, each starred with a white center. The flowers are intensely colorful, standing out perfectly against bright green... read more

Park Seed
$4.95

As brilliantly orange as the Monarchs it attracts, the ever lovely Butterfly Weed is a must have for those who treasure the presen...ce of fluttering friends in the garden. Its clusters of glowing orange blooms are packed with vital nectar that Monarchs... read more

Park Seed
$16.95

One of the choicest blooming vines! Clusters of bright yellow flowers are lavishly produced all summer.'Flava' is a vigorous climb...er that needs no support and quickly covers walls, fences, and pergolas. Hardy and trouble free in any sunny location, it... read more

Park Seed
$9.95

Boasting dark pink blooms, slender deep green foliage, and a quick-spreading habit, Home Fires is a magnificent way to carpet the ...partly shaded garden floor in rich color and spread sweet aroma far and wide!Spreading quickly by stolons, this American... read more

Park Seed
$14.95

Ghost' is a terrifically versatile fern, spectacular in its own right as well as a fantastic foil for surrounding plants. One of t...he most distinctive new cultivars in recent years, it provides a highlight in any shade garden.A cross between Lady Fern... read more

Park Seed
$14.95

You will understand why this Ostrich fern is called 'The King' when you see the noble way it postures its enormous fronds! Larger ...and more heat-tolerant than the species, this royal cultivar will make a big vase-shaped display in rich, moist spots. It... read more

Park Seed
$16.95

A remarkable cultivar of our native Kentucky Wisteria, 'Blue Moon' is cold-hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit with no loss of floweri...ng ability and reblooms to assure you of fragrant flowers for months. Vigorous, quick-growing, and tirelessly floriferous,... read more

Park Seed
$12.95

Simply the most colorful, best behaved, and absolutely the longest-blooming Hummingbird Mint we have ever grown! Rosie Posie is a ...delight, with two-tone flowers that keep coming from early summer through the first part of fall, mint-scented foliage,... read more

Burpee
$6.95

Blooms and blazes non-stop from spring into fall. Jolt Pink, a 2015 All America winner, charms with fireworks show of showy, brigh...t-pink fringy blooms. Upright, well-branching 16-20 plants, with attractive dark-green foliage, are easy-growing and easy-going. This most heat-tolerant dianthus ever is low on upkeep, high in disease resistance. Attractively mass in the landscape, midborder, or a favorite container on the patio. Produces baskets of ultra-pink cut-flowers. read more

$17.45

How to choose the best from over 1,300 annuals and perennials." The choice of annuals and perennials at any nursery is overwhelmin...g, to say the least. "Annuals and Perennials" contains all the information needed to make the right choice from the enormous number of plants available. With its compact and easy-to-use format, the book is perfect to take along to the nursery. Using the comprehensive plant-selection tables, gardeners can see at a glance the most important characteristics of more than 1,300 annuals and perennials, helping them make the best choice for their garden's appearance and cultivation requirements. The first part of "Annuals and Perennials" is the plant tables, which are organized by species name and list the plant's characteristics. These are: Height and spread Perennial, biennial or annual Full sun, half-sun, heavy shade Cool, warm-temperate, subtropical or tropical Flowering and planting season Showy foliage, showy flowers, scented flowers Frost tolerance Bromeliad, carnivorous, gesneriad or none of these Suitability to container planting Indoor use Having chosen a plant from the table, the gardener then turns to the book's second part, which describes the more than 1,300 species, cultivars and hybrids in greater detail. This includes growing zones and common names, as well as the plants' origins, color variations, growth habit (whether, for example, the plant spreads rapidly), propagation techniques, recommended uses, problem parasites or diseases, and extra cultivation notes. Color photographs illustrate a select number of plants. Perennials and annuals play an important role in the garden. They can provide season-long, even yearlong, greenery and blooms. With "Annuals and Perennials," any gardener will be able to choose the right plant for the right place-and that is the key to a beautiful and successful garden. read more

Park Seed
$28.95

There has never been a hardy iceplant like the Jewel of Desert series! A breeding breakthrough, these groundhugging plants are exc...eptionally drought-tolerant and sun-loving. Best of all, they bloom continuously from spring until frost! Jewel of Desert... read more

Park Seed
$4.50

The original Wave Petunias transformed the way American gardeners grew Petunias. Once a bedding plant, suddenly these new spreadin...g types made every hanging basket and windowbox awash with bold color that just kept coming and coming! Well, now there is... read more

DuneCraft
$11.17

Flower Seed Bomb Pods Set/2 The easy, fuss-free way to grow colorful wildflowers! Just throw, drop, or place a Seed Bomb on dirt o...utside-no need to crush, stomp, or dig. Just water them or wait for rain. Specially-developed clay and peat trap moisture for the seeds and protect them from birds and other animals. Seeds will sprout and a variety of gorgeous flowers will bloom in just weeks! Set of 2 includes a 6-pack each of shade-flower and cut-flower pods. read more

Unknown Author
$14.77

Excerpt from Annual Report of the Minnesota State Horticultural Society, Vol. 18: For the Year 1890, Embracing the Transactions of... the Society From March 31, 1889, to March 31, 1890, Also Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Minnesota Bee Keepers Association, Essays, Reports, EtcThis Society shall be known as the Minnesota State Horticultural Society.Article II.Object Of The Society.The object of this Society shall be to improve the condition of pomology, horticulture and arboriculture, by collecting and disseminating correct information concerning the culture of such fruits, flowers, trees and other productions in horticulture as are adapted to the soil and climate of Minnesota.Article III.Membership.Any person may become a member by paying to the secretary or treasurer an annual fee of one dollar, or a life member by the payment of ten dollars, provided that life members may pay the fee of ten dollars in two equal annual payments of five dollars each.Local or county horticultural societies and kindred organizations may become auxiliary to this Society, and their members entitled to all the rights and privileges of membership by sending three delegates, furnishing a list of members and a report of the proceedings thereof to this Society at its annual winter meeting.Honorary members, for a time stated or for life, may be elected at any annual meeting by a two-thirds vote of the Society.Article IV.Officers.Its officers shall consist of a president and one vice president from each congressional district, a secretary, treasurer, and an executive committee of five, and librarian.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.comThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. read more

Burpee
$4.95

Delicate shades of highly fragrant, large wavy blooms in pastel pink to blush creamy-white. Long, strong stems are ideal for cutti...ng. Soft pastel flowers are blushed cream, with the standard and wing petals brushed and banded deep pink. Adds soft colors to contrast more vivid hues of sweet peas and other climbers. Accents for trellises, fences and other living walls. Shield from direct hot sun. read more

Ferry-morse
$5.08

Ferry-Morse has been serving up the best in seed and gardening supplies for over 100 years, and we-footre proud to still be innova...ting and improving. Whether you-footre 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-foots worth of wisdom. At Ferry-Morse we want you to enjoy your best ever gardening experience. Ferry-Morse Seed Company offers gardener's over 350 varieties of flower, vegetable, and herb seed. Ferry-Morse Seeds can be found in retailers across the United States. read more

Jane Loudon
$32.95

Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expe...nsive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork. read more

L.A. Goodman
$13.57

Excerpt from Fortieth Annual Report of the State Horticultural Society of Missouri: Meetings at Springfield, June 8, 9, 10, and Mo...berly, Dec 7, 8, 9, 1897The Public Printer shall annually, under the direction of the Board, print such number of the reports of the proceedings of the Board, Society and auxiliary societies as may, in the judgment of the State Printing Commission, be justified by the appropriation made for that purpose by the General Assembly, such annual report not to contain more than 400 pages. The Secretary of the Society shall receive a salary of eight hundred dollars per annum as full compensation for his services all other officers shall serve without compensation, except that they may receive their actual expenses in attending meetings of the Board.Article I. This association shall be known as the Missouri State Horticultural Society. Its object shall be the promotion of horticulture in all its branches.Art II. Any person may become a member of this Society upon the payment of one dollar, and membership shall continue upon the payment of one-dollar annually. The payment of ten dollars at any one time shall constitute a person a life member, and honorary members may be elected at any regular meeting of the Society. And any lady may become a member by giving her name to the Secretary.Art. III. The officers of this Society shall consist of a President, Vice-President, Second Vice-President, a Secretary and a Treasurer, who shall be elected by ballot at each regular annual meeting, and whose term of office shall begin on the first day of June following their election.Art. IV. The elective officers of this Society shall constitute an Executive Committee, at any meeting of which a majority of the members shall have power to transact business. The other duties of the officers shall be such as usually pertain to the same officers in similar organizations.Art. V. The regular meetings of this Society shall be held annually on the first Tuesdays in December and June, except when otherwise ordered by the Executive Committee. Special meetings of the Society may be called by the Executive Committee, and meetings of the committee by the President and Secretary.Art. VI. As soon after each regular annual meeting as possible, the president shall appoint the following standing committees, and they shall be required to give a report, in writing, under their respective heads, at the annual and semi-annual meetings of the Society, of what transpires during the year of interest to the society: Orchards, Vineyards, Stone-fruits, Small Fruits, Vegetables, Flowers, Ornamentals, Entomology, Ornithology, Botany, Nomenclature, New Fruits, Injurious Fungi, Packing and Marketing Fruit and Transportation.Art. VII. The Treasurer shall give a bond in twice the sum he is expected to handle, executed in trust to the President of this Society (forfeiture to be made to the Society), with two or more sureties, qualifying before a notary public, of their qualifications as bondsmen, as is provided by the statute concerning securities.Art. VIII. This constitution may be amended by a two-thirds vote of the members present at any regular meeting.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.comThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. read more

Canvas On Demand
$119.99 $73.99

Canvas On Demand JL0120131_24_20x16_none / JL0120131_24_30x24_none Giant floral art composed of an arrangement of tulips set in va...rious cool tones. Artist uses a lot of squiggles and curved lines for the leaves of the flowers in this piece. Primary colors in this artwork include: Forest green, white, teal, lime green. This proprietary canvas provides a classic and distinctive texture, while archival UV protectant inks make it scratch and fade resistant. The fabric base is flexible to support tight corners. The finished canvas print is mounted on a sturdy yet lightweight board to protect against warping, overstretching, or loose, sagging prints. It is then finished with a closed mat board backing and includes pre-installed, ready-to-hang sawtooth hardware. Features: -Hand-crafted.-Premium canvas print.-Patented warp-resistant base.-Black mat board backing.-Fade-resistant archival inks.-Ready to hang.-Hardware included.-Made to order.-Made in the USA.-Collection: Jennifer Lommers.-Product Type: Print of painting.-Artist: Jennifer Lommers.-Subject: Abstract; Floral and botanical.-Style: Contemporary; Bohemian.-Holiday Theme: No -Holiday: ..-Seasonal Theme: Yes -Season: Spring..-Medium: Giclee printed.-Orientation: Horizontal.-Size (Size: 16" H x 20" W x 1.25" D): Small 18"-24".-Size (Size: 24" H x 30" W x 1.25" D): Medium 25"-32".-Shape: Rectangle.-Color: Blue; White.-Distressed: No.-Primary Art Material: Canvas -Primary Art Material Details: Polyester Blend..-Additional Materials: MDF; Chipboard.-Solid Wood Construction: No.-Hardware Material: Aluminum.-Hardware Finish: Painted black.-Number of Items Included: 1.-Pieces Included: .-Weather Resistant: No -Weather Resistant Details: ..-Water Resistant: No -Water Resistant Details: ..-Gloss Finish: No.-Scratch Resistant: Yes.-Shatterproof: .-Heat Resistant: No.-Rust Resistant: .-Corrosion Resistant: .-Fade Resistant: Yes.-Mildew Resistant: No.-UV Resistant: Yes.-Warp Resistant: Yes.-Chip Resistant: No.-Tarnish Resistant: .-Fire Resistant: No.-Impact Resistant: No.-Installation Service Approved: Yes.-Non-Toxic: Yes.-Lightweight: Yes.-Wall Mounting Hardware: Yes -Number of Wall Hooks: 2..-Glass Component: No -Glass Type: ..-Lighted: No -Bulb Type: .-Bulb Included: ..-Framed Art: No -Frame Material: .-Frame Type: ..-Plug-In: No -Plug Type: ..-Wrapped: Yes.-Textured: No.-Time Period: Contemporary.-Region: .-Gender: Unisex/Both.-Compatible Surface Type: Multi-Surface, Flat Surface, Textured, Wood.-Room Use: Foyer; Kitchen; Bedroom; Living room; Dining room.-Outdoor Use: No.-Commercial Use: Yes.-Recycled Content: No -Total Recycled Content (Percentage): .-Post-Consumer Content (Percentage): .-Remanufactured/Refurbished: ..-Eco-Friendly: No.-Product Care: Dust lightly with a soft, dry cloth.-Country of Manufacture: United States.Specifications: -ADA Compliant: No.-California Proposition 65 Warning Required: No.Dimensions: -Overall Height - Top to Bottom (Size: 16" H x 20" W x 1.25" D): 16.-Overall Height - Top to Bottom (Size: 24" H x 30" W x 1.25" D): 24.-Overall Width - Side to Side (Size: 16" H x 20" W x 1.25" D): 20.-Overall Width - Side to Side (Size: 24" H x 30" W x 1.25" D): 30.-Overall Depth - Front to Back: 1.25.-Overall Product Weight (Size: 16" H x 20" W x 1.25" D): 2. read more

Lladro
$85.00

Lladro's annual "Re-Deco" bell ornament is limited to the year of edition and comes in special holiday gift packaging. In 2016, th...is traditional bell features the words "Merry Christmas," with a hearts and flowers design. The year of 2016 is... read more

Lladro
$100.00

Lladro's annual "Re-Deco" ball ornament is limited to the year of edition and comes in special holiday gift packaging. In 2016, th...e traditional ball features the words "Merry Christmas," with a hearts and flowers design. The year of 2016 is highlighted... read more

Lladro
$90.00

Lladro's annual ball ornament is limited to the year of edition and comes in special holiday gift packaging. In 2016, the traditio...nal ball features the words "Merry Christmas," with a hearts and flowers design. The year of 2016 is highlighted in light... read more

Lladro
$70.00

Lladro's annual bell ornament is limited to the year of edition and comes in special holiday gift packaging. For 2016, the traditi...onal bell features the words "Merry Christmas," with a hearts and flowers design. The year of 2016 is highlighted in light... read more

Ferry Morse
$5.77

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

Thrive Market
$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 rank high. Which is exactly why we’re so thrilled about our newest Thrive Market arrivals. Our lineup of nuts, seeds, dried fruits, and chocolate chips is perfect when you want a pop of flavor, whether it’s in your favorite recipe, or just a satisfying afternoon snack. Sure, they’re packed with nutrients (like protein, omega-3s, vitamins, and minerals), but it’s the taste that will keep you coming back. They add crunch to salads and sweeten up cereal. Trail mixes, oatmeal cookies, cheese plates, and long car rides basically demand them. Plus, every item is organic, non-GMO, free from artificial additives and preservatives—and available for well below retail prices. Are there health benefits? Each item in our exciting new lineup has its own unique set of health benefits. For example, almonds are loaded with calcium and vitamin E. Cashews are a good source of minerals like iron and zinc. Goji berries, a true superfood, are loaded with immune-boosting beta-carotene. What makes Thrive Market’s nuts and dried fruits so special? All of our Thrive Market nuts, seeds, and dried fruits are certified organic and carefully sorted so that you get the absolute highest quality product every time you open a bag. We work closely with our suppliers to ensure that there are no artificial additives, preservatives, or anything unnecessary in any of these pristine products. read more

Sunglo Greenhouses
$80.99 $63.99

SUGL1009 Features Product Type: Shade cloth and cover Country of Manufacture: United States Dimensions Overall Height - Top to Bot...tom: 120'' Overall Width - Side to Side: 144'' Overall Depth - Front to Back: 0.125'' Overall Product Weight: 4.5 lbs read more

Ferry-morse
$4.98

Ferry-Morse has been serving up the best in seed and gardening supplies for over 100 years, and we-footre proud to still be innova...ting and improving. Whether you-footre 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-foots worth of wisdom. At Ferry-Morse we want you to enjoy your best ever gardening experience. Ferry-Morse Seed Company offers gardener's over 350 varieties of flower, vegetable, and herb seed. Ferry-Morse Seeds can be found in retailers across the United States. read more

Burpee
$4.95

Your garden will come alive in a forest of spectacular color this summer! Plants range from 3-8 ft. tall and produce enough blooms... to electrify the garden and to add dazzle to fresh arrangements. Aptly named, Fantasia produces flowers in an array of colors and sizes that range from 3 to 8" across. Best of all, plants are pollen free, so they won't stain linens, furniture or your favorite gardening shirt. Start this annual outdoors after all chance of frost. read more

Burpee
$3.95

Compact, slow-growing, excellent foliage plant for borders, edgings and pots. GARDEN HINTS: For earlier foliage effect, sow indoor...s 4-6 weeks before outdoor planting time. read more

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