Loved by butterflies & hummingbirds. Unique root beer scent. Plant Select winner 1997. NATIVE
A sweetly scented carpet of rosy-pink blooms for borders or containers.
180-240 days. Start indoors very early for success in any climate. Two mouth-watering varieties.
Beautiful columns of color; an old-fashioned Victorian favorite adding cheer to sun-challenged areas.
Hang out the welcome sign for hard working insects that control pests, with these attractive, blooming plants.
Apple-scented flowers for soothing tea, potpourris, and dried flower arrangements.
A collection of herbs essential for the gourmet kitchen.
Colorful, drought tolerant, attracts butterflies, and has the aroma of chocolate! NATIVE.
Showy, variegated, deeply lobed leaves with wonderful colors and new, exciting shapes!
Dramatic, colorful foliage in a range of tropical colors for shaded areas.
Indispensable for flowerbeds and containers, Dusty Millers silvery foliage is the ideal backdrop.
80 days. Milder, more delicate flavor than regular eggplant. Few seeds and thin skin also make it easy to cook.
You'll love this collection of hummingbird favorites.
Low growing plants with intensely rich, deep blue flowers massed over the top of bronze-tipped foliage.
Bright citrus colors light up the back of your flower border like fireworks! Cut & bring the sunshine indoors!
Brilliant masses of dainty flowers on compact, fragrant plants with lacy foliage. Summer-long color.
Enjoy your garden into the twilight hours and beyond with white and silvery plants that reflect the moonlight.
Prolific, snow-white blossoms with ferny foliage are superior to Queen Anne's Lace as cut flowers.
80 days. Called Poblano in the fresh form and Ancho as a dried fruit. Mildy hot. Used for chiles rellenos and mole.
63 days. An abudance of flavorsome peppers come in early on this sturdy plant. Enjoy raw, pickled, or stuffed.
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