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Cosmos Bright Lights Mix
(Cosmos sulphureus)

An open-pollinated annual. Certified organic! A colorful mix of semi-double flowers ranging from scarlet orange to yellow. This mix has an extended bloom season. A hardy plant that is easy to grow in either conditions are with moderate favorite. Good cut flower. Grows 2 1/2ft tall with semi-double flowers. Approx. 40 seeds in regular packet. 10 seeds in sample packet.


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cosmosCosmos Sensation Mix
(Cosmos bipinnatus)

A hardy  open-pollinated Annual.  Certified organic!  A sensational mix of white, rose, pink, and crimson flowers. The evenly placed petals of this flower lead to the name Cosmos, the Greek word for ‘harmony’ and ‘ordered universe.’ Easy to grow and makes an excellent cut flower. Blooms summer through fall.  Very hardy.  Native to Mexico.  Bees, butterflies, and beneficial insects love this flower!  Grows 24 to 36 inches tall.  60 seeds in regular packets. 10 seeds in sample packet.


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marigold Marigold African Crackerjack Mix
(Tagetes erecta)

An open-pollinated Annual. Certified organic! Large flowers in shades of yellow to orange add color to borders and flower gardens. This flower’s strong aroma deters many garden pests. This marigold has nematocidal qualities when dug into the soil. A tall, colorful plant which has been used medicinally for centuries. Native of Mexico. Good cut flowers. Blooms summer through fall. Bees and butterflies love this flower! Grows 24 to 36 inches tall! Deadhead spent flowers to prolong bloom season. Plant in spring when danger of frost has passed. 50 seeds in regular packets. 10 seeds in sample packet.


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470421c8df97a4a3161fe81e799948a5 Nasturtium Dwarf Jewel Mix
(Tropaeolum majus)

An open-pollinated Annual. Certified organic! A low growing border plant with bright colored flowers in yellow, orange, and red. Grows 12 to 24 inches tall. Flowers and leaves are edible and taste similar to watercress. Add them to salad for color and flavor. Prefers cool, mild conditions. Hummingbirds, butterflies, and beneficial insects love this flower! Native of Mexico. Easy to grow and blooms quickly. Plant in spring after last frost. Can also be started indoors 3 weeks before last frost and then transplanted to outdoor garden beds. 15 seeds in regular packets. 4 seeds in sample packet.


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californiapoppy California Poppy
(Eschscholzia Californica)

A tender open-pollinated Perennial. Certified organic! This brilliant orange wildflower is California’s state flower, but it will grow in a variety of regions. Grows as an annual in northern climates. Satiny petals grow on multi-branched, slender 8 to 20 inch stems. Leaves are blue-green. Blooms close at night or on overcast days. Grows with little maintenance and re-seeds heavily. Deer resistant. Blooms spring and into late summer. Bees, butterflies, and beneficial insects love this flower! 60 seeds in regular packet. 10 seeds in sample packet.


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cornpoppy Corn Poppy
(Papaver rhoeas)

An open-pollinated Annual. Certified organic! Also called American Legion Poppy. Deep red 3 to 4 inch flowers with black centers are a trademark for Veteran’s Day. Blooms spring through summer. Native of Europe. Bees and beneficial insects love this flower. Grows 24 to 36 inches tall. Pods are good in dry flower arrangements. 60 seeds in regular packets. 10 seeds in sample packet.


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Sweet Pea Royal Mix
(Lathyrus odoratus)

An open-pollinated annual. Certified organic! Truly an old fashioned flower, sweet peas have been cultivated since the 1800’s. This large flowered mix produces long stemmed, fragrant flower clusters in a full range of bright colors. Plants can reach 3 ft tall. Good cut flower, fragrant. Blooms spring to early summer. Attracts bees, butterflies and birds. Heat tolerant and later flowering. 25 seeds in regular packet. 6 seeds in sample packet.


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mammothsunflower Russian Mammoth Sunflower
(Helianthus annus)

Annual Open Pollinated Sunflower. Certified Organic! This variety is the result of Russian breeding efforts. Has bright gold flowers that can grow easily to 10″ across. Produces a single flower, filled with grey and white striped edible seeds. Plant seed 6″ apart and 1/2″ deep after spring frost. Grows 10 to 15 feet tall. Thin to 8″-12″ when plants reach 2″ in height. Edible seeds. Attracts bees and butterflies. Plant in Spring. (Zones 3 -10.) Requires full sun and moderate water. 20 seeds per regular packet. 4 seeds in sample packet.


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