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White Swan Echinacea Seeds

$3.25
'White Swan' is the perfect name for this graceful echinacea, a natural selection from white-flowered variations of the native, purple echinacea. Its flowers attract butterflies and other pollinators, while birds enjoy the seeds. The cone-like seed heads also add a nice architectural touch to the winter garden. A long-lasting cut flower, it adds a sparkle of white to floral arrangements. 300 mg (~43 seeds)

Victoria Pink Forget-Me-Not Seeds

$3.25
If you're looking for a shade plant, this is it! A darling, small, compact variety, 'Victoria Pink's' eye-catching, petite, star-shaped flowers attract pollinators, and are perfect for the front of the garden or as a companion to spring bulbs. A herald of spring, forget-me-nots are symbolic of friendship and remembrance. We cannot ship this variety to Wisconsin as per state regulations. Please do not order if your shipping address is in Wisconsin. 250 mg (~320 seeds)

Victoria Blue Forget-Me-Not Seeds

$3.25
If you're looking for a shade plant, this is it! A darling, small, compact variety, 'Victoria Blue's' eye-catching, petite, star-shaped flowers are perfect for the front of the garden or as a companion to spring bulbs. A herald of spring, the forget-me-not is also symbolic of friendship and remembrance. We cannot ship this variety to Wisconsin as per state regulations. Please do not order if your shipping address is in Wisconsin. 250 mg (~320 seeds)

Tweedia Milkweed/Butterfly Flower Seeds

$3.25
True-blue flowers are rare and these aquamarine gems will sparkle in the garden. Flower buds and older flowers are lavender, adding extra flair. Blue milkweed, also known as star of Argentine and southern star, draws in pollinators to its sweetly scented flowers, but unlike other milkweeds, it is not considered critical for monarch caterpillars. This cutting flower adds the perfect "something blue" to floral arrangements. Perennial in USDA zones 10–11; otherwise grown as an annual. In areas where perennial plants are vining shrubs, they may reach 10' over time. Sap is toxic; avoid eye/skin contact and do not ingest. Deer resistant. 15 seeds

Tiny Tim Sweet Alyssum Seeds

$3.25
Nothing adds more delight to summer days than the gentle fragrance of sweet alyssum. 'Tiny Tim' is compact and always covered with flowers. A wonderful ground cover, it blooms all growing season with no need to shear back at any time. Alyssum withstands drought and heat, while attracting pollinators. It is an ideal rock garden plant, and gracefully spills over edges of containers. Edible flowers have a mild, grassy/mustardy flavor; the clusters make a charming garnish to salads and desserts. 250 mg (~500 seeds)

Sunrise Blend Morning Glory Seeds

$3.25
Sunrise Blend's assortment of luscious, colorful blooms flutter in the breeze against vigorous heart-shaped foliage from midsummer to the first fall frost. The flowers open in the early morning and may stay open all day on cloudy days or when temperatures cool down in the fall. May reseed. CAUTION: Most parts of this plant are poisonous if ingested. We cannot ship this variety to Arizona as per state regulations. Please do not order if your shipping address is in these states.

Starflower Scabiosa/Pincushion Flower Seeds

$3.25
Delicate, pale blue and white celestial flowers isn't where the show stops. Starflower seedheads will have you stargazing at a sphere covered in translucent, papery, striped cups cradling a five-pointed, dark star. Expect eons of enjoyment as the seedheads shine brightly for an indefinite amount of time in dried floral arrangements. Simply clip the stems to the desired length and hang upside down to dry. A prolific bloomer, the plants will be covered in flowers and seedheads from mid-summer to frost. Fresh flowers are a graceful addition to bouquets. Also known as drumstick flower. Attracts pollinators. Deer resistant. 1 gram (~24 seeds)

Something Old Something New Morning Glory Seeds

$3.25
You don't have to choose one morning glory. Our blend of the best nostalgic favorites, and a stunning, new, starred variety lets you have them all. 'Heavenly Blue' with its large, sky-blue flowers is the classic, reliable, and vigorous heirloom from the 1800s. 'Pearly Gates' is a white beauty that won the All-America Selections award in 1942. 'Flying Saucer' appeared in 1960 with "out of this world" large, white blooms with radiating blue stripes. 'Grandpa Ott's' is a charming, old-fashioned Bavarian favorite from the 1870s that has flowers of royal purple stamped with ruby stars. 'Knowlian's Black' blossoms are a very deep purple accented with ruby stars. The modern 'Shiva' is white with a pastel pink star, elegant as a ballerina, and a true standout. Caution: Most parts of this plant are poisonous if ingested. 6 grams (~180 seeds) We cannot ship this variety to Arizona as per state regulations. Please do not order if your shipping address is in these states.

Shades of Blue Larkspur Seeds

$3.25
Tall flowers make an excellent backdrop to garden beds and bouquets! Grow in masses for a compelling display of light and dark blue blossoms. Reseeds readily. Larkspur blooms in the cooler weather of late spring and early summer, and in mild summer climates can continue through fall. Do not ingest, all plant parts contain toxins. 750 mg (~270 seeds)

Save the Bees Flower Mix Seeds

$3.25
The flowering plants in this mix provide food for many of the over 4000 bee species in North America. With so many gorgeous flowers and tasty herbs you'll appreciate this bountiful mix as much as the bees! 4 grams (~56 sq. ft.)
Mix includes (see diagram):
  1. Sweet Basil
  2. Bergamot
  3. Black-Eyed Susan
  4. Borage
  5. California Poppy
  6. Catnip
  7. Cilantro/Coriander
  8. Coreopsis, Lance-leaved
  9. Cosmos
  10. Dill
  11. Annual Gaillardia
  12. Globe Gilia
  13. Rigid Goldenrod
  14. Lavender Hyssop
  15. Lemon Mint
  16. Purple Prairie Clover
  17. Siberian Wallflower
  18. Sunflower
  19. Cut and Come Again Zinnia

Precious Pollinators Flower Mix Seeds

$3.25
Did you know pollinators help us by pollinating a third or more of the food we eat? Precious Pollinators mix provides food and nectar to a wide range of pollinators, including insects, butterflies, and moths. Colorful mix with varying heights and bloom times of annual and perennial flowers and herbs, many of which are native to North America. 3 grams (~25 sq. ft.)
Mix includes (see diagram):
  1. Smooth Aster
  2. Borage
  3. Cosmos
  4. Dill
  5. Lance-leaved Coreopsis
  6. Lemon Bee Balm
  7. Naughty Marietta Marigold
  8. Milkweed
  9. Phacelia
  10. Purple Coneflower
  11. Red Clover
  12. Scarlet Sage
  13. Sunflower, Queen mix
  14. California Giant Zinnia

Phyllis African Marigold Seeds

$3.25
This flower has a special meaning for me (Judy, co-owner of Botanical Interests). When I was little, I would go with my mom to John's Garden Center in San Jose, CA every spring to purchase very tall, bright yellow marigolds to encircle the patio. She just loved those big, bright, yellow blossoms. It was a very special flower of my youth, so I named this variety after her. For me, Phyllis marigold will remind me of trips to the garden center, spring planting with mom, and her wonderful summer patio parties. Phyllis is also known as 'Mum Yellow' for its chrysanthemum-like 3" flower made up of hundreds of thin, bright yellow petals. Long stems are great for cut-flower bouquets and arrangements. African Marigold petals are edible with a slightly bitter, citrusy/spice flavor. They make a pretty garnish on rice, salads, or desserts. Fairly drought tolerant. 100 mg (~24 seeds)

Petite Charmer Blend Petunia Seeds

$3.25
The petunia has been a garden favorite for decades, blooming prolifically through the summer, attracting colorful butterflies and other pollinators. This compact blend in shades of red, rose, scarlet, salmon, violet, and white is charming in window boxes, borders, and containers, creating a lush patio garden. Grown as an annual; although perennial in USDA zones 10 and warmer. May self-sow providing blooms the following year. 50 mg (~320 seeds)

Oriental Nights Sweet Alyssum Seeds

$3.25
Nothing adds more delight to summer days than the gentle fragrance of sweet alyssum. A wonderful annual ground cover, alyssum blooms all growing season, withstands drought and heat, and is an ideal rock garden plant. Alyssum graces containers and planters by hanging over their edges, and to top it off, it is very easy to grow! Edible flowers have a mild, grassy/mustardy flavor; the clusters make a charming garnish to salads and desserts. 250 mg (~500 seeds)

Organic, Heirloom, Native Purple Coneflower Echinacea Seeds

$3.25
This treasured, heirloom wildflower, native to the eastern U.S., is a long-lived perennial that blooms for a month or more beginning in midsummer. The pinkish-purple petals of the stunning, daisy-like flowers surround a large, dark brown cone. Petals begin to droop as the cone enlarges and fills with seeds, which attract birds in the fall and winter. Echinacea grows well in a variety of conditions, and is excellent for borders and water-wise gardens. Perfect for fresh cut flowers. 400 mg (~85 seeds)

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