Flower seeds are a simple and affordable way to add beauty to the garden! Many flowers are easy to grow from seed, and virtually care-free! Whether you're looking for native flower seeds, or seeds for edible varieties, you'll find them here.
50 days. Edible and ornamental, Redbor has mild flavor, and vibrant colored foliage that changes from green to purple.
With outstanding beauty, this show-off flowers up to 4 weeks earlier than other trailing varieties!
Flowers with dazzling color to brighten up any shady spot.
Enjoy your garden into the twilight hours and beyond with white and silvery plants that reflect the moonlight.
Graceful, rare star-shaped blooms have gently split petals. A splendid climber with a profusion of flowers.
Prolific, snow-white blossoms with ferny foliage are superior to Queen Anne's Lace as cut flowers.
Like a large, exotic flower, these ruffled rosettes add a splash of color and interest to the fall or spring garden.
Tall, dark and handsome! Towers of deep purple stems with lush, grassy leaves and fuzzy flower spikes.
This handsome black leaved plant with shiny, black, pearl-like peppers brings unending interest to the garden.
Masses of petite yellow flowers are magnets for butterflies! NATIVE.
You will adore the beauty and spicy-sweet fragrance in your garden or table-top bouquet!
This colorful medley makes fantastic fresh cut flowers as well as everlasting dried flowers.
Easy to grow, care free, heat and drought tolerant! This tough but delicate beauty works almost anywhere. NATIVE.
The earliest to bloom vinca with the largest flowers in a dazzling array of colors.
Glistening jewels of cheery color will add a sweet dessert to the garden, as well as your table!
A compilation of unusual, attention-getting ornamentals and veggies, to engage the eye and please the palate.
Once established, these flowers flourish in dry conditions.
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