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Cilantro “Slow Bolting” Seed

Enjoy the distinct Cilantro flavor in all of your cooking! This one is slow to flower so you can harvest it for much longer! Fun fact: Cilantro's seeds are known as Coriander.

After danger of frost has passed plant seeds 1/4 inch deep. Thin seedlings 6" apart. For a constant supply of leaves plant seeds every 2-3 weeks throughout spring and early summer. Best grown directly outside as it grows quickly and does not like being transplanted.

 

SEED INFORMATION

Lifecycle: annual
Time to Maturity: 1 month

Sun Requirement: sun

Spacing: 6" apart
Depth: 1/4 inch

Height: 12-18 inches

Seeds/Oz: 2000
Ideal Germination Temperature: 60F

Sowing Method: Direct

 

 

Sweet Basil “Genovese” Seed

A classic pesto basil! This herb gives you a double dose of both fragrance and flavor. A wonderful choice for growing both inside and outside.
To start inside plant seeds 1/4 inch deep in starting mix. Transplant 10" apart after all danger of frost has passed. To start outside plant in late spring when danger of frost is passed. Thin to 10" apart. Great for both containers and gardens! Very frost sensitive.

 

SEED INFORMATION

Lifecycle: annual

Time to Maturity: 2.5months

Sun Requirement: sun

Spacing: 8" apart

Depth: 1/4 inch

Seeds/Oz: 10,000

Ideal Germination Temperature: 65F

Sowing Method: Transplant

 

 

Tomato “Sweet Cherry” Seed

Firm, round and super sweet! Everything a cherry tomato should be! A great choice for every tomato lovers garden! Produces a small 1- 1 1/2 inch fruit.

Start seeds inside about 6-8 weeks before last frost date. Transplant to prepared garden bed or container after danger of frost has past. Tomatoes get bushy and need support from cages or a trellis.

 

SEED INFORMATION

Lifecycle: annual

Time to Maturity: 2 months

Sun Requirement: sun

Spacing: 24" apart

Depth: 1/4 inch

Height: 12-18 inches

Seeds/Oz: 10000

Ideal Germination Temperature: 75F

Sowing Method: Transplant

 

Collard Greens “Georgia” Seed

Long lasting greens that provide that zippy classic mustard green flavor!
Plant seeds 1/4 inch deep in early spring. Thin seedlings 6 inches apart. Can be harvested throughout the growing season to encourage new growth. Great for container gardening!

 

SEED INFORMATION

Lifecycle: annual
Time to Maturity: 1.5 months
Sun Requirement: sun
Spacing: 6" apart
Depth: 1/4 inch
Sowing Method: direct
Seeds/Oz: 8400
Ideal Germination Temperature: 55-70F

 

Dill “Long Island Mammoth” Seed

Enjoy the wonderful, flavor of fresh dill! A great addition to pickles and sauces!
Plant seeds 1/4 in deep in prepared garden bed or container. Best grown with adequate space between plants to promote healthy, full plants.

 

SEED INFORMATION

Lifecycle: annual
Time to Maturity: 2 months

Sun Requirement: sun

Spacing: 36" apart
Depth: 1/4 inch

Seeds/Oz: 13000

Ideal Germination Temperature: 60F

Sowing Method: direct

 

Carrot “Danvers Half Long” Seed

Compact and mild. The perfect carrot for growing, storing and eating!
Seeds can be planted 1/2 inch deep in spring and again in midsummer for a second fall harvest. Thin seedlings to 2" apart. Planting in raised beds or containers is ideal to increase your yield and have a more uniform carrot.

 

SEED INFORMATION

Lifecycle: annual
Time to Maturity: 2.5 months

Sun Requirement: sun

Spacing: 2" apart
Depth: 1/2 inch

Seeds/Oz: 20,000

Ideal Germination Temperature: 55-70F

Sowing Method: direct

 

Parsley “Plain Italian” Seed

The ideal parsley choice for cooking and drying. Does well in containers both inside and outside! Start inside about 4 weeks before last frost date. Transfer to containers or garden 6" apart.

 

SEED INFORMATION

Lifecycle: biennial
Time to Maturity: 1 months
Spacing: 6" apart
Depth: 1/4 inch
Bloom Season: summer
Sun Requirement: sun/part shade

Seeds/Oz: 12,500
Ideal Germination Temperature: 75F

Sowing Method: transplant

 

Spinach “Bloomsdale” Seed

Such a great beneficial plant to have fresh from the garden! Cold hardy, dark leaves are delicious and full of nutrients!
As soon as soil can be prepared plant seeds 1/4" deep. Thin to 12" apart. The seedlings removed during thinning are considered baby spinach and are delicious. Plant in early spring and again in fall 2 months before frost is due. Great for containers.

 

SEED INFORMATION

Lifecycle: annual
Time to Maturity: 1.5 months
Sun Requirement: sun/part shade

Spacing: 12" apart
Depth: 1/2 inch
Seeds/Oz: 2,100
Ideal Germination Temperature: 45F-60F

Sowing Method: direct

 

Parsley “Curled” Seed

This variety of parsley features lovely curled leaves that are ideal for garnish. It has a mild flavor and grows well in containers both inside and outside!

Start inside about 4 weeks before last frost date. Transfer to containers or garden 6" apart.

 

SEED INFORMATION

Lifecycle: biennial
Time to Maturity: 1 months
Sun Requirement: sun/part shade

Spacing: 6" apart
Depth: 1/4 inch
Bloom Season: Summer
Height: 15-18”
Seeds/Oz: 10,000
Ideal Germination Temperature: 75F

Sowing Method: transplant

 

Zinnia “Lilliput” Seed

Bring this bright happy flower to your home! Easy to grow in both containers and gardens! Blooms in a rainbow of colors!
Press seeds 1/8 inch deep into loose soil. Water. Can be started inside about 4 weeks before last frost.

 

SEED INFORMATION

Lifecycle: annual
Sun Requirement: sun
Spacing: 12" apart
Depth: 1/8 inch
Bloom Season: mid to late summer

Height: 18-24”
Seeds/Oz: 6000
Sowing Method: direct

 

Sunflower
Sunflowers are timeless beauties, often called the "happiest of flowers." Low maintenance and great for children. Well known for their tasty, edible seeds, sunflowers grow into beautiful yellow flowers that stand out.
 
 
SEED INFORMATION

Lifecycle: annual
Sun Requirement: Full sun
Spacing: 24" apart
Depth: 1/2 inch
Bloom Season: mid to late summer
Seeds/Oz: 190
Sowing Method: Direct seed. Press seeds 1/2 inch deep into loose soil. Water.

 
Purple Coneflower

Get this flower for its simple beauty and its low maintenance. It attracts butterflies and hummingbirds, and is a low maintenance flower that will grow two to three feet tall!

 

SEED INFORMATION

Lifecycle: perennial
Sun Requirement: Sun
Spacing: 18" apart
Depth: 1/4 inch
Bloom Season:summer to fall
Seeds/Oz: 7500
Sowing Method: Transplant. Start inside 8 -10 weeks before last frost date. After 2 pairs of true leaves appear transfer to larger containers. Before transferring to garden accustom plants to the outside by moving to a sheltered shady area for a week.

 
Bluebonnets
The state flower of Texas is an iconic flower that is widely admired. These unique flowers have a deep blue hue and grow naturally across Texas!
 

SEED INFORMATION

Lifecycle: Biennial
Sun Requirement: Full/Part Sun
Spacing: 18"
Depth: 1/4 inch
Bloom Season: Spring to Summer

 
Aster
Similar to daisies, these flowers have unique star-shaped heads. Get Asters to add vibrant color to your garden beds, boarders, and containers late in the Summer and even into Fall as other summer blooms begin to fade.
 

SEED INFORMATION

Lifecycle: annual
Sun Requirement: sun
Depth: surface
Bloom Season: summer
Seeds/Oz: 12000
Sowing Method: Transplant. Can be started inside 6 weeks before last frost. Transplant outside after all frost has passed. Can also be planted directly in prepared flower bed or container. Keep watered until plants begin to emerge.

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