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Echinacea Angustifolia (Narrow-Leaved Coneflower) 0.2 g

Echinacea Angustifolia (Narrow-Leaved Coneflower) 0.2 g

[Native to the dry prairies of the central U.S. This species has a long history of medicinal use starting with the Native American tribes of the Great Plains.] The plants are the smallest of the echinaceas (8-18 in.) and the spreading pink ray petals are the shortest...
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Echinacea Paradoxa (Yellow Coneflower) 0.2 g

Echinacea Paradoxa (Yellow Coneflower) 0.2 g

[Native to open woods, balds, and rocky prairies; especially common to the Arkansas Ozarks and Missouri.] The most exceptional of the echinaceas because the petals are yellow rather than purple, hence the name E. paradoxa. Leaves are long and narrow. Deserves a place in both medicinal and...
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Echinacea Purpurea (Purple Coneflower) 0.2 g

Echinacea Purpurea (Purple Coneflower) 0.2 g

A very popular ornamental and the most common Echinacea species, widely used as a medicinal plant. The flowers are 3-4 in. across with pink-orange cone-shaped centers and purple-pink rays. Easy to germinate and widely adapted. Unlike other Echinacea's the seeds do not require...
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Amaranth, Elephant Head 0.15 g

Amaranth, Elephant Head 0.15 g

(Amaranthus caudatus) [German heirloom] 3-5 ft. plants. Giant, deep red blossoms are topped by a massive 16 in. trunk reaching to the sky. Stake plants for best display. Pkt (0.15 g, 750 seeds)

Culture: Annual. Germination: 70-75°F, light required, 7-10 days. Full sun....
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Amaranth, Love-Lies-Bleeding 0.15 g

Amaranth, Love-Lies-Bleeding 0.15 g

(Amaranthus caudatus) Crimson tassels up to 24 in. long “drip” from these showy plants. Good fresh or dried. Stake plants for best display. Pkt (0.15 g, 750 seeds)

Culture: Annual. Germination: 70-75°F, light required, 7-10 days. Full sun. Direct sow after last...
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Aster, Crego Giant Mixed Colors 0.1 g

Aster, Crego Giant Mixed Colors 0.1 g

(Callistephus chinensis)Very popular old favorite with large showy blooms in a mix of 6 colors. Tall plants up to 3 ft. Excellent cut flowers. Pkt (0.1 g, 46 seeds)

Culture: Annual. Germination: 70°F, 9 days. Full sun. Direct sow or transplant. Space 6-12 in. apart. 85...
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Aster, Powder Puff Mixed Colors 0.1 g

Aster, Powder Puff Mixed Colors 0.1 g

(Callistephus chinensis) Double blooms in 7 colors: white, pink, rose, peach, crimson red, sky blue, and medium blue on 3 ft. tall plants. Excellent cut flowers for bouquets. Pkt (0.1 g, 50 seeds)

Culture: Annual. Germination: 70°F, 9 days. Full sun. Direct sow or...
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Baby's Breath, Elegans Alba Grandiflora 0.4 g

Baby's Breath, Elegans Alba Grandiflora 0.4 g

(Gypsophila muralis) A pure white, large flowered strain of Covent Garden, 18 in. tall. Pkt (0.4 g, 352 seeds)

Culture: Perennial. Germination: max 60°F, 14-21 days. Full sun. Direct sow mid-spring. Space 18 in. apart.
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Balsam, Old Fashioned 0.30 g

Balsam, Old Fashioned 0.30 g

(Impatiens balsamina) [SE Asian heirloom; popular in American gardens by 1900.] Camelia-shaped 2 in. flowers in shades of rose, lavender, and white are held close to the stem. Children love to see the ripe seedpods explode. A good choice for shady spots in Southern gardens. Pkt...
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Butterfly Weed 0.25 g

Butterfly Weed 0.25 g

(Asclepias tuberosa) [Perennial native to North America] Bright orange flowers attract bees, butterflies, and some birds throughout the growing season. Requires a very well-drained or gravelly soil in full sun. Quickest blooms come from seed sown in the fall; may take up to two...
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Calendula, Pacific Beauty 0.5 g

Calendula, Pacific Beauty 0.5 g

(Calendula officinalis) 85 days. Yellow-orange, 3" flowers. Flowers are used as a food color, natural dye, and substitute for saffron. Medicinal: Traditionally used as an anti-inflammatory herb for localized skin problems. Reported to activate cellular defense mechanisms. Pkt...
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Calendula, Resina 0.5 g

Calendula, Resina 0.5 g

(Calendula officinalis) 85 days. Bright yellow, medium-size flowers; variety includes a few orange flowers. Flowers are used as a food color, natural dye, and substitute for saffron. Medicinal: This strain has the highest amount of the resins prized by herbalists. Pkt (0.5 g, 31...
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Calendula, Resina 7g

Calendula, Resina 7g

(Calendula officinalis) Bright yellow, medium-size flowers; variety includes a few orange flowers. Flowers are used as a food color, natural dye, and substitute for saffron. Medicinal: This strain has the highest amount of the resins prized by herbalists. (7 g)

Culture: Annual....
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Castor Bean 12 g

Castor Bean 12 g

( Ricinus zanzibarensis) A vigorous-growing ornamental. Can be grown perennially in tropical areas. Large deep-red palmate leaves with 5-11 lobes often grow past 12 in. Red flowers in panicles and bright red fruit 1 in. in diameter covered with soft spines. Native to Africa. All...
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Celosia, Brenda Jordan's Heirloom 0.2 g

Celosia, Brenda Jordan's Heirloom 0.2 g

(Celosia cristata) [Introduced by SESE 1986.] An old fashioned cockscomb with large scarlet, velvet crested flowers, 3 in. thick by 9 in. long on 18 in. plants. Produces a number of side shoots as well. Pkt (0.2 g, 350 seeds)

Culture: Annual. Germination: 60-90°F, 3-6...
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Celosia, Cockscomb Mix 0.2 g

Celosia, Cockscomb Mix 0.2 g

(Celosia cristata) (75 days) Vivid red and orange plumes, velvet crested combs. Impressive fresh or dried. Pkt (0.2 g, 225 seeds)

Culture: Annual. Germination: 60-90°F, 3-6 days. Full sun. Direct sow after last frost or transplant 4-week-old plants. Space 4-8 in. apart....
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Cleome (Spider Flower), Queen Mix 0.50 g

Cleome (Spider Flower), Queen Mix 0.50 g

(Cleome spinosa) Pink, rose, and purple flowers with many side blooms. Attractive to bumblebees and hummingbirds. Blooms all summer. Ht. 48 in. Pkt (0.5 g, 225 seeds)

Culture: Annual. Germination: 60-80°F, 14 days. Full sun. Pre-chill moist seeds at 40°F for 2-4...
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Evening Scented Primrose, Tina James' Magic 0.05 g

Evening Scented Primrose, Tina James' Magic 0.05 g

(Oenothera glazioviana) [Introduced 1987 by SESE.] The large fragrant blooms burst open suddenly at dusk. The crisp, yellow, showy four-petalled flowers circle a spire of reddish, swollen buds. Blooms are 23 open within 10 seconds or less, and fully...
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Flax, Scarlet 0.30 g

Flax, Scarlet 0.30 g

(Linum grandiflorum) [Introduced to the U.S. from N. Africa and S. Europe and naturalized in many areas by 1900.] Mounds of brilliant velvety-red blossoms May through September. Grow in clumps in borders or beds, and in mixed plantings such as cottage gardens. A good addition to...
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Four O'Clocks, Broken Colors 2 g

Four O'Clocks, Broken Colors 2 g

(Mirabilis jalapa) This almost lost heirloom variety fills the garden with a riot of bicolored and splashed patterns every afternoon in tones of raspberry, yellow, orange, gold and white. Drought tolerant plants are 36 in. tall and produce a profusion of new flowers daily from...
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Four O'Clocks, Don Pedros Mixed Colors 2 g

Four O'Clocks, Don Pedros Mixed Colors 2 g

(Mirabilis jalapa) [Introduced 1982 by SESE. Our neighbor brought this heirloom back from her mother’s home town in Spain where this flower is locally known as Don Pedro's.] Unlike modern Four O’Clocks it has beautiful variegated flowers. Flowers are primarily magenta or...
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Four O'Clocks, Marvel of Peru 2 g

Four O'Clocks, Marvel of Peru 2 g

(Mirabilis jalapa) This beautiful Four O’Clock produces many red, rose, yellow, white, and pink flowers. Excellent as a cut flower. Pkt (2 g, 25 seeds)

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French Hollyhock, Zebrina 0.5 g

French Hollyhock, Zebrina 0.5 g

(Malva sylvestris) Blooms the first year, unlike other hollyhocks! Short, bush plants, just 36 in. Densely filled early summer through fall with bright lavender flowers with deep purple veins. Short-lived perennial, freely self-sows. An old cottage garden favorite. Pkt (0.5 g, 94...
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Johnny-Jump-Up, Helen Mt 0.08 g

Johnny-Jump-Up, Helen Mt 0.08 g

(Viola tricolor) Old-fashioned favorite. Tricolor blooms of purple, blue, and yellow. Pkt (0.08 g, 121 seeds)

Culture: Perennial. Germination: 70°F, dark required, 12 days. Full sun. Direct sow or transplant after last frost. Space 9 in. apart. Ht. 7 in.
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Larkspur, Blue 0.30 g

Larkspur, Blue 0.30 g

(Consolida ambigua) 60 days. 36 in. spires of double and single blue flowers. Blooms early. Pkt (0.3 g, 95 seeds)

Culture: Annual. Germination: 60°F, dark required, 21 days. Full sun. Direct sow as soon as soil can be worked. Space 8-16 in. apart. Ht. 36-48 in.
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Larkspur, Galilee Mix 0.3 g

Larkspur, Galilee Mix 0.3 g

(Delphinium consolida) 85 days. Nice mix of blue, pink, lilac, white, and rose. 3 ft. plants. Pkt (0.3 g, 95 seeds)

Culture: Annual. Germination: 60°F, dark required, 21 days. Full sun. Direct sow as soon as soil can be worked. Space 8-16 in. apart. Ht. 36-48 in.
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Larkspur, Giant Imperial Mixed Colors 0.3 g

Larkspur, Giant Imperial Mixed Colors 0.3 g

(Consolida ambigua) Flowers may be used for arrangements, either fresh or dried. For tall borders in a rainbow of colors and shades of reds, white, and blue. Pkt (0.3 g, 85 seeds)

Culture: Annual. Germination: 60°F, dark required, 21 days. Full sun. Direct sow as soon as...
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Morning Glory, Grandpa Ott's 1 g

Morning Glory, Grandpa Ott's 1 g

(Ipomea purpurea) [Family heirloom from Di- ane Ott Whealy.] This is one of the original varieties that started Seed Saver’s Exchange and the whole heirlooms movement. Beautiful deep-purple flowers with a ruby throat that can climb 15 ft. or more. Reliably self-seeds here on our...
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Morning Glory, Heavenly Blue 1 g

Morning Glory, Heavenly Blue 1 g

(Ipomea purpurea) Tall-climbing, fast-growing vine with bright 4 in. sky-blue flowers. Popular old favorite. Pkt (1 g, 27 seeds)

Culture: Annual. Germination: 70°F, 14 days. Full sun. Soak seeds 2 days, changing water every 12 hours, then direct sow or transplant after...
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Morning Glory, Scarlett O'Hara 1 g

Morning Glory, Scarlett O'Hara 1 g

(Ipomea purpurea) [1939, AAS Winner] Vigorous vine with large crimson-red blooms, 3 in. wide. Pkt (1 g, 19 seeds)

Culture: Annual. Germination: 70°F, 14 days. Full sun. Soak seeds 2 days, changing water every 12 hours, then direct sow or transplant after frost. Space 8...
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Nasturtium, Jewel Mixed Colors 28 g

Nasturtium, Jewel Mixed Colors 28 g

(Tropaeolum majus) Upright, bushy growth in a mixture of colors: Red, yellow, orange, pink, and rose. Single and double flowers with some bicolored flowers. Use edible flowers in vinegar to make Indian Cress vinegar, or use flowers and leaves in salads. (28 g)

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Nasturtium, Jewel Mixed Colors 4 g

Nasturtium, Jewel Mixed Colors 4 g

(Tropaeolum majus) Upright, bushy growth in a mixture of colors: Red, yellow, orange, pink, and rose. Single and double flowers with some bicolored flowers. Use edible flowers in vinegar to make Indian Cress vinegar, or use flowers and leaves in salads. Pkt (4 g, 20...
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Nicotiana, Old Fashioned Mix 0.05 g

Nicotiana, Old Fashioned Mix 0.05 g

(Nicotiana alata) Flowing cascades of star shaped blooms in shades of white, pink, fuchsia, maroon, and purple. Sweetly fragrant 2 in. flowers with 3 in. tubes. Ht. 36 in. Pkt (0.05 g, 440 seeds)

Culture: Annual. Germination: 75°F, light required, 14 days. Full sun....
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Petunia, Balcony 0.05 g

Petunia, Balcony 0.05 g

(Petunia pendula) Heirloom described in 1934 as the most showy of all petunias. Evening brings out the sweet fragrance of these rich velvety textured flowers in shades of violet, white, pink, and purple. Plants bloom until frost. Hardy and self-sowing. Pkt (0.05 g, 475...
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Petunia, Old Fashioned Vining Petunia 0.05 g

Petunia, Old Fashioned Vining Petunia 0.05 g

(Petunia multiflora) [Grandma Jean, our first regular staff member, recalls this heirloom petunia from her grandmother’s garden. Old Fashioned Vining dates back to the early 1900s, well before Grandma Jean was born.] Ever-blooming and much hardier than modern varieties, this old...
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Phoenician Mullein (Nettle Leafed Mullein) 0.05 g

Phoenician Mullein (Nettle Leafed Mullein) 0.05 g

(Verbascum chaxii) 100 days. Hardy perennial produces 3-4 ft. spires of white/mauve blooms rising above a decorative rosette of large, dark green, crinkled leaves. Plants flower the first year from seed sown indoors. Drought tolerance and self sowing habit makes it perfect for...
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Poppy, Breadseed, Hungarian Blue 0.25 g

Poppy, Breadseed, Hungarian Blue 0.25 g

(Papaver somniferum) Beautiful bluish-purple flowers give way to attractive pods filled with poppyseed for baking. Pods can also be used in dried arrangements. Stake seed heads to prevent seed loss. Plant in late fall to very early spring. Pkt (0.25 g, 500 seeds)

Culture: Annual....
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Portulaca, Old Fashioned Moss Rose 0.05 g

Portulaca, Old Fashioned Moss Rose 0.05 g

(Portulaca grandiflora) A lovely mix of semidouble and double flowers resembling miniature roses. The 6 in. plants bear a profusion of 2 in. flowers in delicate shades of yellow, rose, white, and pink. Capable of storing water in its fleshy stems, Portulaca is drought resistant and...
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Purple Hyacinth Bean (ornamental) 8 g

Purple Hyacinth Bean (ornamental) 8 g

(Dolichos lablab) [Pre-1802, the same variety grown by Thomas Jefferson.] Beautiful ornamental climbing bean with purple-green stems and foliage. The pink-purple flowers are borne above the foliage and develop into 3 in. long purple pods. Grows 10-20 ft. depending on conditions....
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Rose Campion 0.06 g

Rose Campion 0.06 g

(Lychnis cherise) 80 days. Bright pink-red flowers with silver-grey woolly leaves that are soft to the touch. Tall stems make it perfect for cut flowers. Deadhead spent stems to keep it blooming. Hardy and freely self sowing. Pkt (0.06 g, 110 seeds)

Culture: Biennial or...
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