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11 Individual Packs
1150+ Seeds!
Value $32.99
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100% Organically Grown
Bee Attracting Garden
Bees are important to us now more than ever. This collection will attract bees to your gardens from the first days of Spring to the end of the Season. Bees are a delight to watch and listen to and help ensure good pollenation and abundant crops. Zone 3 - 4 friendly.

Bee Balm - A slow spreading plant that has a great aroma. Sprinkle its leaves and flowers in fruit salads. Good plant for poor, well drained soil. It has a unique flowering habit, funky seed heads which makes it a gorgeous as a cut flower. Butterflies and hummingbirds love this plant and it is drought tolerant and deer resistant. Note that the bergamot herb is not the source of bergamot oil.
Bee Balm
(Monarda didyma)
Cleome - Large outstanding drought resistant plants. Looks great in a mass in beds. Long lasting cut flower. Called spider flower for its long leg like decorative seedpods.
(Cleome spinosa)
Dahlia Mix - A mix of single or double and semi double flowers. Red,white,orange and yellow combinations. Flowers only 70 days from seed. Produces ample cut flowers. May be treated as an annual or stored tubers.
Dahlia Mix
(Dahlia variabilis)
Foxglove Mix - This  variety produces spires of white and pink tubular florets with vividly speckled throats. Flowers 1st year from early sowing fall sowing. Plants are hardy bi-ennials. Useful in a wild flower garden as it self sows easily. Ancients  founded the medicinal uses that are still used today in the treatment of heart problems. Hummingbirds love the early and late blooms. Cut flowering stems down to the ground to encourage second spikes.
Foxglove Mix
(Digitalis )
Godetia - Godetia produces mounds of cup shaped flowers.An early flower that tolerates cooler temperatures of 10 to  15. A second flowering may be attained in fall by summer pruning. These awesome bi colored flowers are a shimmery delight. Great cut flowers, containers, beds and borders.Does well in moist areas and prefers partial shade for best results. Self sows but does not get weedy. Attract bees and butterflies.
(Clarkia amoena)
Larkspur - Very easy to  grow these prolific plants that produce a gorgeous mixture of colored single and double blooms, that take on a florescent effect in low light conditions.Does well in rock gardens, beds and moisture retentive soil.Fantastic cut or dried flower source.
Shasta Daisy - Easy to  grow, these tough plants produce single and semi double blooms up to seven inches across! Fantastic in almost any conditions or soil. Shasta daisy is drought tolerant, deer resistant and self sows easily making them a great addition to any wildflower or rural garden. Cut them back immediately after flowering to encourage a second crop.
Shasta Daisy
(Chrysanthemum maxi.)
Snapdragon Mix - Many of us remember and love Snapdragons from our childhood. They are easy to grow, cold hardy, free flowering, sweetly scented and make an excellent cut-flower. The blooms are a special adaptation of nature that allows the bumble bee to be the only pollinator strong enough to open them. Snapdragons are deer resistant and self sow making them a perfect pick for wildflower gardens and rural areas. Blooms June to heavy frost.
Snapdragon Mix
(Antirrhinum majus)
Spanish Lavender - Lavender grows well in any soil.However, for optimal production a dry, sandy and well drained soil in an alkaline range is best.
Spanish Lavender
(Lavendula Officinalis)
Sweet Alyssum - Foamy white, sweetly scented, early blooms on easy to grow versatile plants. Use in beds, borders or  containers. Flowers are edible. Sweet Alysum is a member of the mustard family. While not frost tolerant, sweet alyssum plants will self sow and can provide you with a returning display of glowing  white in milder climates. Great for a moon garden when planted in masses.
Sweet Alyssum
(Lobularia maritima)
Sweet Joe Pye Weed - Great cut flower with a sweet vanilla scent.Excellent choice for shdier beds. Native to damp meadows, marshes and stream banks. This plant prefers rich soil but will grow well in almost any soil. Native to damp meadows, marshes and streams banks, this plant will grow well in almost any conditions. Normal height is  4 feet but plants can grow up to 6 feet in optimal conditions. Plants are topped with eye catching flower heads in reds, pink and purples on tall straight stems. Butterflies and hummingbirds adore this plant and you will find they visit the blooms regularly.Blooms mid to late summer.
Sweet Joe Pye Weed
(Eupatorium maculatum)

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We designed these packs to make it easier to plan a garden. Plan your garden in a few clicks by acquiring one or several of these 15 unique Variety Packs Smart choice for first time or seasoned gardener.You will Save Money, the space you are planting will look fabulous with the specailly selected varieites in each pack. All varieities in the Variety Pack Collections are individually packaged, giving you full control of the amount of each herb, vegetable, tomato or flower you wish to grow. There is enough seed in every pack to guarantee an amazing result, or even share with a friend!

The individual packages of seeds (complete with instruction ) comes with an attractive white envelope, with the name and photo of each variety printed on the front. Makes a great gift for that special gardener in your life!

  • If you choose to store unused seed, please provide a cool dry & dark place for next year. The fridge is a great place to store seed. Keeping the seeds cold, keeps them dormant so they can save all their energy for the following season
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