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Helianthus (Sunflower), Evening Sun
$8.75 - $31.92 / Weight
This beautiful sunflower boasts deep burnt red petals blushing to bright red. Growing up to 80″ tall, this flower makes a gorgeous addition to the garden! These wonderfully seedy heads can be harvested and roasted to taste or left on the stalk for birds to enjoy!
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These are some of the most popular annual flowers on earth. The marigold group called "Crackerjack Mix" has decorated millions of gardens for decades. These are the big ones--bright ball-shaped flowers in yellow and orange or sturdy plants 2-3 ft. tall. The flowers are chrysanthemum-like with a mass of bright colored petals. And best of all, they keep blooming all summer long. Add these to your meadow, and the color will never stop. Marigolds never go out of style!
Developed in 1926, Heirloom California Giant Zinnias produce stems as tall as 4 feet with huge 5" blooms, making this variety ideal for cut flowers! The shape of the flower is a bit more open than the Dahlia Flowered variety, with petals rounded on the end.
Zinnia elegans 'Lilliput Mix' is a superb blend of this most unusual flower type, specially selected for its wide range of bright colours. Very floriferous, the tiny double pom-pom flowers are produced in profusion. With blooms that are 5cm (2in) wide and reaching 45 to 50cm (18 to 20in) tall, they are stunning in borders or as a cut flower.
Open-Pollinated. This sunflower has a giant yellow flower head, up to 2 feet across on a single, tall stalk, up to 12 feet. The large seeds have the characteristic grey stripes. This is a cultivar of the true North American native that is such a familiar sight. This sunflower traveled to Europe where it was further cultivated into this giant. A great choice for producing large seeds and decorative heads.
This classic mix is a "wild" gardner's favorite producing a vibrant mix of red, pink, and white blooms in drifts that can rise from 3'-5' tall!
Open-Pollinated. When “wild” gardeners think of California Poppies, this is the one that comes to mind. Majestic, elegant, and stunningly colorful, this wild orange poppy is year-in and year-out among our most popular species. Though California Poppy Flower Seeds can, of course, be planted in smaller plots, they tend to truly dazzle when planted in abundance.
While this variety of sunflower only grows up to about two feet, the blooms are an outstanding ten inches wide! This variety adds a bright spot of joy to any garden, and its seeds can be harvested in the fall for a tasty, roasted treat!
Coreopsis is a native perennial wildflower that has been cultivated for use in the garden with beautiful, daisy-like flowers in red, pink, or yellow. A healthy flower that works wonderfully in containers, borders, or drifts.