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Assorted Flowers

A flower’s beauty isn’t limited by shape, size or color. Here’s a selection of traditional heirloom varieties — foxglove, hollyhock, phlox and more! — and unique, one-of-a-kind flowers with names as enticing as their blossoms — sunrise serenade, love lies bleeding, rainbow loveliness. Intriguing scents, beautiful foliage, flowers for drying, blossoms to attract birds; all here.

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  • Purple Coneflower

    Purple Coneflower

    This showy plant is easy to grow and attracts butterflies like a magnet.

  • Flower, Globe Amaranth


    Easy to grow from seed, very productive, and attracts a multitude of butterflies.

  • Bells of Ireland

    Bells of Ireland

    Spikes of green bell-shaped calyces surround white flowers. Great for cuttings.

  • Black-Eyed Susan Flowers

    Black-Eyed Susan

    A single plant can produce 100s of blooms over the summer and into the fall.

  • Cardinal Climber Flower

    Cardinal Climber

    Offers bright-red blooms from early summer until frost — hummingbirds love it!

  • Castor Bean, Gibsonii

    Castor Bean

    An attractive, quick-growing ornamental plant with a tropical appearance.

  • Tall Mixed Cockscomb


    Plants stand at 24-36 in. tall and have blooms of bright pink, red and yellow.

  • Cockscomb, Amish

    Cockscomb (Organic)

    Beautiful crimson-red blossoms on compact, 12-inch tall, hardy plants.

  • Cup and Saucer Vine

    Cup and Saucer

    A climbing annual with multiple tendrils that easily grasp rough surfaces.

  • Flower, Drumstick


    Brilliant 1″ blooms are striking in the garden or in fresh or dried bouquets.

  • Flower, Firmament


    Star-shaped, powdery-blue blossoms contrast nicely with grey-green foliage.

  • Giant Spotted Foxglove

    Foxglove (Organic)

    A popular cottage garden variety from England. Great for borders and cuttings.

  • Hollyhock, Outhouse

    Hollyhock (Organic)

    This classic hollyhock has graced outbuildings on farmsteads for over a century.

  • Hyacinth Bean, Ruby Moon

    Hyacinth Bean

    Beautiful lilac-colored blossoms are held out above the foliage on long stems.

  • Flower, Perfect Mix

    Jasmine Tobacco (Organic)

    A “Perfect Mix” of fuchsia, white, purple, salmon, lavender, rust and bronze.

  • Kiss-Me-Over-the-Garden-Gate

    Kiss Me Over The Garden Gate (Organic)

    Eye-catching plants are heavily laden with delicate rope-like, pink spikes.

  • Pink Queen Larkspur


    Beautiful pink blooms appear along 3-ft. spikes in an early summer show.

  • Love-Lies-Bleeding

    Love Lies Bleeding

    Long red rope-like trusses give plants an ornamental and graceful appearance.

  • Flower, Love-In-A-Mist


    Beautiful blue blossoms with pointed petals grow in most locations in the USA.

  • Lupine, Tall Russell


    A nice, well-balanced lupine mixture with a full range of beautiful colors.

  • Moonflower


    Frequently visited by night pollinators, moonflower has beautiful 5-6″ blossoms.

  • Night Phlox

    Night Phlox

    Attractive blooms open in the evening releasing their sweet, honey-like fragrance.

  • Night Scented Stock

    Night Scented Stock

    A sweetly fragrant mixture that includes lilac, purple, pink and white.

  • Night Tobacco

    Night Tobacco (Organic)

    Trumpet-shaped white blossoms open in the evening releasing a sweet fragrance.

  • Color Mixture Pincushion


    Sweetly scented blooms attract many butterflies and hummingbirds.

  • Sensitive Plant

    Sensitive Plant

    Ornamental leaves of the Sensitive Plant close quickly when touched.

  • Shungiku, Edible Chrysanthemum


    Delicious Shungiku Edible Chrysanthemum leaves are great in salads and stir-fry.

  • Strawflower Mixture


    Strawflower has large papery blooms used extensively in dried arrangements.

  • White Cypress Vine

    White Cypress Vine

    White Cypress Vine has feathery or fern-like foliage reaching a height of 20 ft.

  • Yarrow, Summer Pastels


    Beneficial insects love them! Hardy plants bloom in a painter’s pallet of color.

  • Zebrina


    This tall pop of color will attract all kinds of bees and hummingbird moths!

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