Vivid red-orange flowers. Essential for butterfly and wildflower gardens. NATIVE.
70 days. Also called Napa cabbage, has a great flavor and is versatile in the kitchen. Makes a good baby green too.
50-55 days. Quick and easy to grow with a mild, sweet flavor compared to Western head cabbage.
95-110 days. Old-fashioned favorite. Compact heads are sweet for fabulous coleslaw, salad or sauerkraut.
110-115 days. Delicious leaves add brilliant jeweled color to salads and cooked dishes. Best red cabbage for storage.
120 days. This gorgeous, old French variety has amazingly textured, flavorful leaves.
Edible flowers bloom for months and make long lasting cut or dried flowers.
An ornamental superstar! Gorgeous, fully double, edible flowers change color as they mature.
This custom mix creates a landscape filled with the exuberant beauty of California wildflowers. NATIVE.
Enliven beds and borders with clusters of delicious pink, purple, and lilac flowers.
Tall bell-shaped blossoms are reminiscent of a storybook English cottage garden.
Stunning red tubular flowers and fern-like foliage on a fast growing, easy to grow vine.
Delight the senses with the sweet clove fragrance of this gorgeous carnation mix.
75 days. Popular in the Orient, this high moisture, deep orange carrot is one the sweetest carrots you will ever eat!
70-75 days. Growing carrots is a blast with this nutritious, high lycopene variety with intense color and sweetness.
57 days. A gourmet mini-carrot, fun for kids of all ages! Harvested early it has a deep orange color and tender core.
65-75 days. What fun to grow colorful carrots! Kids and adults alike will enjoy these nutritional, flavorful roots.
65-75 days. Dare to be different! A colorful surprise in the garden and on the table, this fun mix is high in nutrition
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