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White aromatic spicy flesh!
Popular variety that is excellent for late summer enjoyment.
Dwarf Godetia blooms from late spring into summer producing spindly foliage with cupped flowers.
The species in this mix are native to or naturalized to the Northeast US, east of Ohio and north of North Carolina.
Delaware wildflower is a mixture of native annual and perennial flowers for this region.
Flowers are a medium pink, and plants grow to 36 inches tall.
This was formulated for areas that receive 10 to 30 inches of precipitation annually, or for sites with very well-draining soils.
A nutty and mild, but with a lighter green leaf. Red Clover sheds its hulls more readily that Alfalfa and often lasts longer in the fridge – as a sprout.
If you like radish, you’ll love this sprout seed! Not too spicy and super colorful but taste the power of germination!
Deep orange flesh that is sweet and great for cooking.
Crisp flesh and cabbage-like flavor.
Colorado wildflower mix is stunning to the eyes and will last for some years after the first planting.
Rhode Island wildflower is a mixture of native annual and perennial flowers for this region.
Enjoy the beautiful smells of this fragrant garden mix.
This cool-season bunchgrass can be found throughout Canada and the U.S. except in the southeastern states.
A grain mix that is a nutritional extravaganza and a sweet taste treat. Very easy and quick to grow.
A mix of native flowers to Washington.
This mix of wildflower seeds is specifically formulated to grow well in Mississippi.
Soft White wheat grass is flavorful and taste great on salads and sandwiches.
Zesty microgreen with dill flavor!
A mix of native flowers to Wyoming.
A Pacific Northwest mix of native flowers to the region.
A great variety of flowers that will brighten up your landscape. The species in the mix are native to or naturalized to the Midwest US