Flowers that reflect the beauty and burning color of the sun are great for any hot, sunny area.
Loved by butterflies & hummingbirds. Unique root beer scent. Plant Select winner 1997. NATIVE
Showers of lavender-pink raindrops, edible, and water-wise. NATIVE.
Wonderful water-wise groundcover with dense clusters of golden-yellow, early spring flowers..
A rainbow of pastel shades to add magic to the garden!
Deep purple flowers with a sweet, delicate fragrance. Great for groundcover, pots, & baskets.
A sweetly scented carpet of rosy-pink blooms for borders or containers.
The best alyssum! Honey-scented flowers cover dwarf plants like a snow drift.
Statuesque feathery plumes in warm cinnamon, and pistachio with bronze tips.
Elegant burgundy plumes and foliage are striking at the back of the border.
42-54 days. Nutritious, heat-loving summer green. Eat fresh in salads or steam like spinach. Attractive in flower beds.
180-240 days. Start indoors very early for success in any climate. Two mouth-watering varieties.
150-180 days. You really can grow your own delicious artichokes in any climate. A beautiful ornamental too.
30-45 days. The flavor of arugula will add spice to any salad; or indulge in a salad of only arugula. Delicious!
30-45 days. Walk on the wild side! If you like arugula, you are going to love this one; great complex, spicy flavor.
A collection of vegetables that can be harvested young for tender salads and gourmet recipes.
Delicate, airy, graceful, snow white flowers are beautiful in the garden and bouquets.
Black (deep maroon) flowers are magical when paired with blue or yellow flowers.
Sky blue flowers make pretty cut or dried flowers and are a delight to honeybees.
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