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These are all the Organic Seeds available from Brother Nature that are White in color or have White in the mix.
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Cosmo - An old favorite of home gardeners all over. Provides tall airy foliage and loads of cut flowers in white, pink and purple shades as well as bi-colour blooms. Very easy to grow and actually prefers sandy soils. Plant outside 6 mm deep in May and get flowers 8 weeks later right up until first frost. Great plant for a child's garden. - Click for more details!
Seed: Cosmo
Latin: Cosmo
Variety: Mix
Colour: Pink & White
Bloom: June to September
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Cosmo Mix - This fabulous flower is an easy to grow mix of pink and white with its petals curled into a tube.  Prefers poor soil conditions and shelter from strong winds.  Cosmos are great for cut flowers for their unique flowers and airy foliage. - Click for more details!
Seed: Cosmo Mix
Latin: Cosmos bipinnatus
Variety: Seashell Mix
Colour: Red, Pink, White
Bloom: June to September
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 50 Seeds
Zone: 2
Fancy Dahlia - Picture is only one of many colors in this mix of single or double and semi double flowers in a vast range of colors and combination. Flowers only 70 days from seed.  Produces ample cut flowers. May be treated as an annual or stored tubers. - Click for more details!
Seed: Fancy Dahlia
Latin: Dahlia variabilis
Variety: Fancy Mix
Colour: Orange,Red,Yellow,White
Bloom: July to August
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 25 Seeds
Zone: 3
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. - Click for more details!
Seed: Foxglove Mix
Latin: Digitalis
Variety: Mix
Colour: White & Pink & Yellow
Bloom: May to August
Site: Part Shade
Quantity: 150 Seeds
Zone: 2
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. - Click for more details!
Seed: Shasta Daisy
Latin: Chrysanthemum maxi.
Variety: Alaska
Colour: White
Bloom: June to August
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 150 Seeds
Zone: 5
Snow in Summer - Hardy, dwarf ,trailing and drought tolerant plants with silvery foliage, covered in a blanket of white blossoms. Great for rock gardens and walls. Early bloomer. Sheer spent flowers to promote further blooms. - Click for more details!
Seed: Snow in Summer
Latin: Cerastium tomentosum
Variety: Snow Cap
Colour: White
Bloom: May to June
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Verbascum - Clump forming plant producing tall and straight spires of flowers on stalks 2 - 4 ft. tall. Covered in a multitude of white flowers with fuzzy purple centre that resemble moths. Native to Europe and Asia it grows easily in very poor, well drained soils. Prefers full sun and will self sow. Verbascum is deer resistant, drought tolerant and a great focal point in bouquets and garden beds. - Click for more details!
Seed: Verbascum
Latin: Verbascum blattaria
Variety: Moth Mullien
Colour: White
Bloom: June to September
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 5


 
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