Alyssum Sweet Oriental Nights
Alyssum Sweet Oriental Nights
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!
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Anniversary Aster
Anniversary Aster
Join us in celebrating by growing this quite magical, 'Bengal Rose Frost' dragon aster, with 4"–5" glistening, white blooms. In 1995, Botanical Interests' mission was to preserve the gardening-from-seed tradition by educating and inspiring gardeners. Each packet showcases beautiful art, gives botanical and historical information, recipes, craft ideas, and even the occasional piece of poetry.
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Basil Italian Genovese Org
Basil Italian Genovese Org
There is nothing like the aroma of basil in the summer! Genovese has the traditional fragrance and flavor, making it excellent for almost any basil dish, especially pesto. One of the most useful herbs, it also has beautiful, edible flowers. In a warm, sunny window, basil can grow indoors in the winter! A good container variety.
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Basil Italian Genovese Org
Basil Italian Genovese Org
There is nothing like the aroma of basil in the summer! Genovese has the traditional fragrance and flavor, making it excellent for almost any basil dish, especially pesto. One of the most useful herbs, it also has beautiful, edible flowers. In a warm, sunny window, basil can grow indoors in the winter! A good container variety.
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Bean Bush (green) Blue Lake 274
Bean Bush (green) Blue Lake 274
The snap bean (or green bean) is eaten pod and all and is one vegetable that tastes significantly better when grown at home rather than bought at the grocery store. 'Blue Lake 274' produces a very large crop of round, 6" pods all at once on 16"–18" tall, bushy plants that are disease resistant; beans are stringless when picked young. Excellent flavor, one of the best for freezing. A good container variety.
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BEAN BUSH BLUE LAKE 274 HEIRLOOM SEEDS
BEAN BUSH BLUE LAKE 274 HEIRLOOM SEEDS
Unbeatable flavor and productivity! Big yields of 6″ pods that are straight, round, meaty and stringless. Great for freezing, canning and fresh use.
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Bean Bush French Filet
Bean Bush French Filet
These delicate 'French Filet' beans are no longer a luxury item found only in gourmet restaurants. Enjoy them fresh from your garden all summer long. Filet (or as the French say, haricot verts) are slender beans; pencil-thin at only ¼" in diameter and 4" long, and so tender. Steam or sauté for just a minute and enjoy. Easy and delicious.
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Bean Pole Kentucky Wonder
Bean Pole Kentucky Wonder
There’s a reason this old bean is still a favorite! You’ll enjoy the excellent flavor and tender pods of this heavy producer.
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Bee Balm Lambada
Bee Balm Lambada
Bee balm, also known as monarda, is covered with unique, lovely lavender-pink flower clusters that attract butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees to the garden. We chose this variety because it is more tolerant to dry soil conditions than other varieties of bee balm. Plants bloom quickly for a splash of summer and fall color. Pretty in a mixed bouquet of cut flowers and in wildflower gardens.
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Beet Detroit Dark Red
Beet Detroit Dark Red
The standard for beets since 1892. Tender, buttery-sweet, nutritious root vegetable. Foliage is a tasty green, packed with iron!
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BEET DETROIT DARK RED HEIRLOOM SEEDS
BEET DETROIT DARK RED HEIRLOOM SEEDS
Plump, dark roots with sweet, juicy flesh are perfect for canning, pickling, freezing and fresh use. Pick early for delicious baby beets. Tasty tops can be cooked or eaten raw in salads. Easy to grow.
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BEET EARLY WONDER HEIRLOOM SEEDS
BEET EARLY WONDER HEIRLOOM SEEDS
A popular early-producing variety with sweet purple-red globes and delicious emerald greens that can used in place of kale or chard. A favorite for canning.
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BEET RAINBOW BLEND SEEDS
BEET RAINBOW BLEND SEEDS
A delicious mixture of five beetroot varieties: Subeto (purple), Boldor (orange skin and yellow flesh), Chioggia (reddish-pink skin and red and white ringed flesh), Albina Vereduna (pale green skin and white flesh), and Bull’s Blood Scarletta (dark burgundy leaves and skins, dark pink flesh). Delicious whether eaten hot, raw, cooked or pickled. Try steaming the tender stems and leaves as an alternative to spinach or chard.
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Black-Eyed Susan Indian Summer
Black-Eyed Susan Indian Summer
These radiant, single and semi-double flowers hold their heads up high even in heat and drought without the need for staking. Enjoy their glorious beauty as they seduce butterflies with promises of nectar and provide seeds for birds in winter. A long-lasting cut flower with a long bloom period. 'Indian Summer' is an All-America Selections winner and recipient of the European Fleuroselect Quality Mark in 1995. In 2000, it won the prestigious Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.
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Black-Eyed Susan Vine
Black-Eyed Susan Vine
Blooms summer to frost. Vigorous vine with charming orange, yellow, and white flowers.  Great ground cover, screen, or hanging basket variety!
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Broccoli Di Cicco Org
Broccoli Di Cicco Org
An Italian classic, 'Di Cicco' is a superb variety, producing numerous, small to medium-sized heads well into the summer for more delicious broccoli more often! We recommend harvesting the main head when it is 3" in diameter; this will encourage side shoots. 'Di Cicco' is a good freezer variety; leaves are also edible, cooked like chard. Seeds are excellent for sprouting!
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Cabbage Copenhagen Market
Cabbage Copenhagen Market
Introduced by H. Hartman & Company in 1909, this Denmark original has been a gardeners' favorite for over a century and is the standard of excellence for many varieties that were developed after it! Cabbage heads are 6"-8" in diameter and 3-4 pounds, tightly-wrapped, and perfect for small gardens. Adaptable to a range of climates. Resists splitting and stores up to 6 months.
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Calendula Oopsy Daisy
Calendula Oopsy Daisy
'Oopsy Daisy' is a compact calendula with a profusion of brilliantly colored, single and double, orange, cream, and yellow blossoms with fiery orange tips. For a gorgeous combination, pair with short blue or purple spring-blooming annuals like alyssum, lobelia, and violas in a container, along a path, or in a garden bed. In the kitchen, the edible petals add bright color when used as a garnish, in salads, egg dishes, or on top of hors d'oeuvres.
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Cardinal Climber
Cardinal Climber
Blooms summer to frost. Attracts pollinators. Fabulous lacy, fern-like foliage is as interesting as the dainty 2" red, tubular flowers. Fast growing vine that calls in the hummingbirds.
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Carrot Calliope Blend
Carrot Calliope Blend
What fun to grow colorful carrots! Kids and adults alike will eagerly anticipate the harvest of these nutritional, flavorful roots.
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