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Drought Tolerant Plants: These are all Organic Seeds available from Brother Nature that produce a drought tolerant plant.Drought tolerant plants are great for those notriously dry areas of you garden. Once established, these plants will save you time & money and still give you glorious plants in dry conditions.
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 Foxglove - Pink - Foxglove produces spires of large pink tubular florets with speckled throats. Flowers 1st year from early sowing. Plants are hardy biennials.Useful as cut flower or Self-sowing.  - Click for more details!
Seed: Foxglove - Pink
Latin: Digitalis purpurea
Variety: Mystic
Colour: Pink
Bloom: May to August
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 150 Seeds
Zone: 2 3 and up
Alstroemeria - Beautifully bi-coloured and veined, these deer resistant, and scented flowers are a must have for any cut-flower enthusiast as they are a common bouquet filler. The plants are rhizomatous perennials. Once the seed has formed a rhizome the young plant starts growing from the main rhizome. Each year another 5 to 7 rhizomes form from the main rhizome, giving it the ability to send up between 50 to 70 flowering stems per year once established. This seed is not certified but grown in the same garden. - Click for more details!
Seed: Alstroemeria
Latin: Alstroemeria aurantiaca
Variety: Peruvian Lily
Colour: Orange & Bronze
Bloom: May to June
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 15 Seeds
Zone: 9
Alyssum - Brilliant golden yellow, hardy, low maintenance, drought tolerant and deer resistant perennial for borders and rock gardens. Creates masses of bright golden yellow flowers on low growing plants in May. Great for early color in your Spring garden. - Click for more details!
Seed: Alyssum  
Latin: Alyssum saxatile
Variety: Gold Dust
Colour: Yellow
Bloom: May to June
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 50 Seeds
Zone: 7
Alyssum - Sweet  - 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.
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Seed: Alyssum - Sweet
Latin: Lobularia maritima
Variety: Snow Bank
Colour: White
Bloom: June to September
Site: Part Shade
Quantity: 200 Seeds
Zone: 3 and up
Angels Fishing Rod - These are elegant clump producing beauties, with showy, spiked grey-green leaves along gracefully arched stems, produce  asoft pink bell shaped flowers. Perfect for Pondside settings. These plant provides elegance to flower arrangements and landscapes alike.  - Click for more details!
Seed: Angels Fishing Rod
Latin: Dierama pulcherrimum
Variety: Heirloom
Colour: Pink
Bloom: May to June
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 15 Seeds
Zone: 5 and up
Basil - Lemon  - Lemon Basil is unique on its own and pleasantly compliments another selection of basil we have available. Lime Basil. Lemon basil produces mounds of small lemon scented and flavoured leaves on compact plants. A refreshing addition to salads, pestos or as a garnish. Use fresh, dried or frozen in ice cubes. Hint: Use air temperature water rather than tap water for better production. Water seedlings far from stems(bottom watering highly recommended)especially when young. - Click for more details!
Seed: Basil - Lemon
Latin: Ocimum basilicum
Variety: Lemon
Colour: Green
Matures: 90 days
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 80 Seeds
Zone: 4
Basil - Lime  - Rare and desired edible herb. Lime Basil is unique on its own but, very much compliments, the already well-known lemon basil by kicking it up with that additional tang of fresh flavour. Lime basil has a sweet citrus scent with a strong citrus taste. Excellent for flavouring in dressings, sauces, pesto and desserts. In the herb garden, it serves as a great fragrant border or even in a patio pot. Bonus benefits of Lime Basil are its deer and rabbits resistance and its magnet-like ability to attract bees and butterflies. - Click for more details!
Seed: Basil - Lime
Latin: Ocimum americanum
Variety: Lime
Colour: Green
Matures: 60 to 90 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 80 Seeds
Zone: 2
Basil - Thai Licorice - Thai basil has a licorice taste and clove-like scent. It produces small leaves on a purple stem and is delicious to the taste buds and the eyes. Flavourful fresh, dried or frozen in cubes. Hint: Use air temperature water rather than tap water for better production. Water seedlings far from stems (bottom watering highly recommended) especially when young. - Click for more details!
Seed: Basil - Thai Licorice
Latin: Ocimum basilicum
Variety: Thai
Colour: Green
Matures: 85 days
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 80 Seeds
Zone: 4
Cabbage  - Called All Seasons because of its cold and heat resistance this variety produces large 10-11
Seed: Cabbage
Latin: Brassica oleracea
Variety: All Seasons
Colour: Green
Matures: 87 Days
Site: Zone 2
Quantity: 45 Seeds
Zone: 2
Cardoon - Huge silvery green leaves on Mediterranean  looking plant. Produces fuzzy rich purple flowers resembling Artichokes on stems to 4 ft. tall or better. Stems are edible when steamed and seasoned. Does well in poor soil, full sun and dry conditions. - Click for more details!
Seed: Cardoon
Latin: Cardoon cardunculus
Variety: Species plant
Colour: Purple
Bloom: July to September
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 25 Seeds
Zone: 8
Castor Bean Mix - A striking ornamental addition to any garden. You do not need many of these touches of the tropic specimens, to make a bold statement. Large showy plants that boast the most incredible flower.  Castor Bean displays dark, glossy enormous maple-like leaves with red veins, contrast spectacularly with colourful, spiky seed pods that form after the flower show is over.. All parts of this plant are poisonous. Do not eat. Despite its poisonous quality, it is highly sought after by the seasoned gardener. 
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Seed: Castor Bean Mix
Latin: Ricinus communis
Variety: Ornamental
Colour: Red & Pink
Bloom: June to September
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 9 Seeds
Zone: 2
Catnip - Easy to grow. Your cats will love this plant. Adds vitamins to your cats' diet and will help repel fleas. Greyish-green leaves with tiny white flowers with purple specks. Very aromatic.  Very aromatic and deer resistant and drought tolerant. - Click for more details!
Seed: Catnip
Latin: Nepeta Cataria
Variety: Catnip
Colour: White
Matures: July to September
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Chervil - Great fresh or frozen. Difficult to find in stores. Use this parsley flavoured, quick growing plant as a late addition to cooked foods. 
Cool season plant that is sown in early Spring or late Summer for overwintering. - Click for more details!
Seed: Chervil
Latin: Anthriscus cerefoilum
Variety: Biennial Herb
Colour: N/A
Matures: June to September
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Cilantro   - Delicious in every way. Fast growing and superb for flavouring soups and meats with its leaves and stems or its aromatic seeds. Widely used in salsas or guacamole and is also used in many curry recipes. The leaves make an attractive garnish topping. - Click for more details!
Seed: Cilantro
Latin: Coriandrum sativum
Variety:
Colour: Herb
Matures: July to September
Site: Full Shade or Part Shade
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 3
Cilantro Lemon  - A tasty quick and easy plant to grow in beds, containers and window sills. All parts of this plant have a delicious lemon scent making it a great choice for cooking and fresh foods. Flowers are edible and it attracts beneficial insects. - Click for more details!
Seed: Cilantro Lemon
Latin: coriandrum
Variety: Lemon
Colour: green
Matures: July to September
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 75 Seeds
Zone: 2
Columbine Mix - Our Columbine patch was extraordinary this year. Now yours will be too! Early Flowers make a bold statement in beds borders, rock gardens and early bouquets. Grows well in part to full shade. Great selection for naturalized or woodland gardens. Gorgeous! - Click for more details!
Seed: Columbine Mix  
Latin: Aquilegia
Variety: Superb Variety Mix
Colour: Mixed Colors
Bloom: May to June
Site: Shade or Part Shade
Quantity: 60 Seeds
Zone: 3
Coreopsis - One of the best and oldest varieties of cultivated wildflowers. These plants prefer the well-drained soil poor so many of us are blessed with. Coreopsis is a great cut flower that is deer resistant, drought tolerant, butterflies adore it. Coreopsis has also proven to be a ladybug magnet to our gardens. Ladybugs are very beneficial to any garden as they are known to eat aphids. - Click for more details!
Seed: Coreopsis
Latin: Coreopsis lanceolata
Variety: Summer Sun
Colour: Yellow
Bloom: June to September
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 50 Seeds
Zone: 4
Dutch Broadleaf Cress - Quick growing, cold hardy salad green similar to watercress. You can harvest the large, glossy globed shaped leaves in only 1 month. Leaves have a peppery flavour and are high in Vitamin C making them an excellent addition in mixed salads and sandwiches. Self-sows if left to go to seed. - Click for more details!
Seed: Dutch Broadleaf Cress On Sale!
Latin: Barbarrea verna
Variety: Dutch Cress
Colour: Green
Matures: May to September
Site: Part to Full Shade
Quantity: 125 Seeds
Zone: 2
Foxglove - Foxglove produces spires of large white tubular flowers with gently speckled throats. Flowers 1st year from early sowing and plants are hardy biennials.Useful as cut flower or wild flowers. - Click for more details!
Seed: Foxglove
Latin: digitalis purpurea alba
Variety: Foxglove
Colour: white
Bloom: June - August
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 150 Seeds
Zone: 2
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 biennials. Useful in a wildflower 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
Ghost Cherry Tomato - Ghost Cherry produces clusters of 1-1.5
Seed: Ghost Cherry Tomato
Latin: Solanum lycopersicum
Variety: Ghost Cherry
Colour: Ivory white/yellow
Matures: June-Oct. 75 Days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 20 Seeds
Zone: 2
Holy Basil - Basil prefers a rich moist soil with plenty of Sun. It is advised to start your basil in a hotbed in April and the relocate it to a warm border in May planting about 10 inches to 1 foot apart. Basil dies down every year in Canada so it is considered an annual that must be sown every year. - Click for more details!
Seed: Holy Basil  
Latin: ocimum tenuiflorum
Variety: Medicinal Basil
Colour: green
Matures: 90 days
Site: Zone 3
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Lambs Ear - Low growing ornamental plant with SUPER fuzzy leaves and flower spikes producing brilliant pink blossoms. Lambs Ear is deer resistant, drought tolerant. - Click for more details!
Seed: Lambs Ear
Latin: Byzantine stachys
Variety: herbaceous perennial
Colour: Pink
Bloom: July to August
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 60 Seeds
Zone: 4
Lavender-Unique Spanish Mix - Produces an eye-catching mix of white and purple lavender. These are strong, frost tolerant compact plants that are stunning as a fresh bouquet or dry the stems & flowers for medicinal uses and potpourri. Lavender is recognized for it�s calming aroma-therapy effect making its oils and flowers highly sought after.  Lavender is deer resistant, drought tolerant, aromatic and attracts beneficial insects that aid in a healthy garden. - Click for more details!
Seed: Lavender-Unique Spanish Mix  
Latin:
Variety: Spanish Mix
Colour: white and purple mix
Matures: June to August
Site: Zone 3
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Lemon Balm - Lemon scented flavour make this plant an excellent garnish and a delicious tea for colds. Also effective as a companion plant or bug barrier.

When watering the seed that needs light to germinate, it is important that you either use a spray bottle to keep the soil moist or water from the bottom by using a tray and filling the tray with water that allows the soil to soak up the water from the bottom up. Not using one of the 2 ways suggested may push the seed into the soil which will not allow optimal light conditions for proper germination. Also, be sure to sow Lemon Balm in bunches of 3,5 or 7 seeds to create a clumping effect as showing only one seed will only provide one small plant, that will take a longer time to allow for harvest or to create the desired bug barrier effect.  Lemon balm has a short rootstock is and the stems are square and branch out at each joint. The leaves are heart-shaped, toothed and emit an amazingly sweet lemon fragrance when bruised. Their distinct lemon taste makes them a perfect choice for tea. Lemon Balms flowers in small loose bunches from June to October.  - Click for more details!
Seed: Lemon Balm
Latin: Melissa officinalis
Variety: Herbal Remedy Plant
Colour: Herb
Matures: June to September
Site: Part Shade
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 5
Love in a Mist - Direct sow this attractive, easy to grow pale blue, white or lilac on delicate green foliage. They are a great cut flower filler and seed pods from these plants are used in dried flower arrangements. If some flowers are left to seed, they will self-sow making them a great wildflower. Easy to maintain. - Click for more details!
Seed: Love in a Mist
Latin: Nigella damascena
Variety: Miss Jekyll
Colour: Blue
Bloom: June to September
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Love in a Mist - Direct sow this attractive, easy to grow the plant in a gorgeous airy mass. Produces pale blue, white or lilac blooms on delicate green foliage. They are a great cut flower filler and seed pods from these plants are used in dried flower arrangements. If some flowers are left to seed, they will self-sow making them a great wildflower. Easy to maintain. - Click for more details!
Seed: Love in a Mist
Latin: Nigella damascena
Variety: Persian Jewel
Colour: Blue,Pink & White
Bloom: June to September
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 75 Seeds
Zone: 2
Lychnis - This perennial forms dense clumps of silver-white foliage and multi-branched, gray-green stems and produces masses of deep to moderate pink blooms for much of the summer. They are very drought tolerant and are known to be deer resistant. - Click for more details!
Seed: Lychnis
Latin: Lychnis coronaria
Variety: Rose Campion
Colour: Pink
Bloom: July to September
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 4
Lychnis Maltese Cross - Striking red 3-inch flower globes against bright green, lance shaped leaves, borne on stiffly erect stems. Plant in masses for the optimum wow factor.  - Click for more details!
Seed: Lychnis Maltese Cross  
Latin: Lychnus chalcedonica
Variety: Maltese Cross
Colour: red
Bloom: July to September
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 4
Malva - Perfect for naturalizing in a wild garden or odd corner. Selected for its deep purple, veined bloosoms and hairy textured leaves, these hearty moisture tolerant giants, provide a bounty of cut flowers. The leaves release a musky sent when crushed. Reliable, deer resistant,cold tolerant and a long bloomer. - Click for more details!
Seed: Malva On Sale!
Latin: Malva sylvestris
Variety: Musk Mallow
Colour: Purple
Bloom: June to September
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 50 Seeds
Zone: 3
Marigold - Marigolds are a versatile, easy to grow plant. These outstanding bug repelling, deer resistant plants produce masses of bi-colored red, yellow & orange blooms.These beauties start blooming only weeks after seeding. Great for a child's garden, beds, borders, baskets and containers. - Click for more details!
Seed: Marigold
Latin: Tagetes patula
Variety: Dwarf French
Colour: Orange,reds,yellow
Bloom: May to September
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 75 Seeds
Zone: 2
Morning Glory - A show-stopping blue on white flowers in an interesting striped and spattered form. Easy to grow and difficult to find. These are non-invasive like its cousin bindweed, which is often called Morning Glory in error. These trailing vines will soon become a favourite. Carnival of Venice makes a bold but elegant statement on fences & trellises in the garden. Appreciates cool roots so mulch is recommended. Morning Glory is often mistaken for the dreaded bindweed. While they are similar, this variety while a vigorous grower does not carry the same hyper invasive qualities as bindweed. - Click for more details!
Seed: Morning Glory  
Latin: impomea
Variety: Carnival De Venezia
Colour: blue and white
Bloom: 90 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 25 Seeds
Zone: 2
Morning Glory - Venice Pink Morning Glory put on quite the show in blooms and duration.These vining plants can grow to 15 ft and are not picky about the soil. An annual plant that makes a statement. May self-sow but is not as invasive as the white-flowered bindweed that is often mistaken for this variety. Excellent climber and hummingbirds and bees will visit often. - Click for more details!
Seed: Morning Glory  
Latin: impomea
Variety: Venice Pink
Colour: Pink
Bloom: 90 days
Site: Zone 3
Quantity: 25 Seeds
Zone: 2
Morning Glory - Vibrant electric purple flowers with a red star on the face and a pink and white throat. These vining plants can grow to 15 ft and are not picky about the soil. An annual plant that makes a statement. May self-sow but is not as invasive as the white-flowered bindweed that is often mistaken for this variety. - Click for more details!
Seed: Morning Glory
Latin: Ipomoea purpurea
Variety: Grand Pa Ott
Colour: blue
Bloom: 90 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 25 Seeds
Zone: 2
Nicotiana  - Pure White - Popular for using massed in beds this tall plant produces large drooping white tubular scented flowers that attract hummingbirds and other beneficial insects. Easy to grow. Great for container plantings and cut flowers. - Click for more details!
Seed: Nicotiana  - Pure White  
Latin: Nicotiana sylvestris
Variety: Flowering Tobacco
Colour: White
Bloom: June to September
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Nicotiana/Scented - A bountiful mix of whites, pinks, purples and reds. Your olfactory senses will be delighted by its scented flowers, especially closer to the evening and just before it rains. A bright, visually pleasing addition to any cut-flower arrangement. Attracts pollinating insects, hummingbirds and butterflies.  - Click for more details!
Seed: Nicotiana/Scented
Latin: Nicotiana sylvestris
Variety: Heirloom Mix
Colour: Mixed
Bloom: July to October
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 300 Seeds
Zone: 2
Onion - Red Globe  - Beautiful round,red-skinned heritage variety with a medium strong flavour. Globe-shaped bulbs have white flesh with some pink shading. Grown for storage life and flavour. Great for soups stews or salads.  Plant near tomatoes, herbs or even your roses to encourage growth and deter pests.  - Click for more details!
Seed: Onion - Red Globe
Latin: allium cepa 'Burgundy'
Variety:
Colour: Red
Matures: May to June
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 75 Seeds
Zone: 2
Onion - Walla Walla - Renowned for its sweetness, size and longevity of storage.
Produces large white onion bulbs with brown skins. Great for soups, stews and stirfry. - Click for more details!
Seed: Onion - Walla Walla
Latin: Alium cepa
Variety: Walla Walla
Colour: white
Matures: 175 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 125 Seeds
Zone: 2
Onion - Welsh  - Also known as Japanese bunching onion or scallion. This onion does not produce bulbs but instead clumps of large hollow leaves, up to 50 cm tall, and is cold hardy. A plentiful early option of using flowering chives or other onion greens in salad, sandwiches and other dishes. Provides white globe shaped flowers in late Spring making it a desirable pest deterring companion plant. Deer resistant! - Click for more details!
Seed: Onion - Welsh
Latin: Allium fistulosum
Variety: Species
Colour: White
Matures: 2nd year bloomer
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 65 Seeds
Zone: 3
Poppy -  Black Swan Lace - A picture is worth a thousand words. These eyecatching show stoppers will fill any early Spring garden with color and interest.Equisite in day bouquets. - Click for more details!
Seed: Poppy -  Black Swan Lace  
Latin:
Variety: Black Swan Lace
Colour: purple
Bloom: May to June
Site: Zone 3
Quantity: 45 Seeds
Zone: 2
Poppy - Welsh  - Tough pest-resistant plants that produce an abundance of flowers in white, soft pinks and reds in solid and bicolours! Great for cutting. Grows 9 to 12 inch stems and flowers quick in colder climates. Tolerates poor soil. Long bloom period, self-sows and attracts butterflies. - Click for more details!
Seed: Poppy - Welsh
Latin: papaver
Variety: Semi double orange
Colour: Orange
Bloom: May to June
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Radish - Daikon Radish - Daikon is derived from two Japanese words dai (meaning large) and long-term (meaning root).  Roots are much larger than traditional radish and will range from 2 to 4 inches in diameter and 6 to 20 (that's right 20 inches)long. They develop in 3 different shapes. Cylindrical, Spherical, Oblong. Also known as icicle radish, white radish and mooli, in Britain. It is a companion plant to Chervil, cress, lettuce, leeks, tomatoes, spinach and even strawberries.
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Seed: Radish - Daikon Radish  
Latin: Raphanus sativus
Variety: longipinnatus
Colour: White
Matures: 60- 90 days
Site: Part shade
Quantity: 35 Seeds
Zone: 2
Radish - Green Meat  -  This radish has crispy, sweet greenish flesh that stores amazingly well.  Also known as the Chinese radish and have green skins with white tips. Can be harvested young or left to mature into a  2 to 3 in. root. If planning to succession sow in hotter months, be sure to provide some shade from hot afternoon sun. Great in salads and smoothies or makes a great garnish conversation piece with its unique colour.  
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Seed: Radish - Green Meat
Latin: Raphanus sativus
Variety: green meat
Colour: green
Matures: 45 days
Site: Full Sun/Part Shade
Quantity: 85 Seeds
Zone: 2
Red Celery - Delicious and colourful addition to the average vegetable garden or  dinner plate, because of it striking color. Great in soups, salads and stir-fry or just on its own as a snack or garnish. - Click for more details!
Seed: Red Celery
Latin: apium graveolens
Variety: Heirloom
Colour: Red
Matures: May to June
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Red Hot Poker - Easy to grow! This evergreen perennial produces brilliant orange and yellow tubular flowers on slender spikes. They will tolerate wind and coastal conditions and thrives in a well-drained, full sun, open location. For fuller more vibrant flowers, keep watered in hot summer months. Superb showy cut flower for large arrangements. Hummingbirds love this plant and will visit frequently. - Click for more details!
Seed: Red Hot Poker
Latin: Kniphophia
Variety: Torch Lily
Colour: Red & Yellow
Bloom: June to August
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 7
Rosemary - Incredible aroma. Add it to your herb garden or grow in a pot on its own. There is nothing like cutting your own Rosemary from the seedlings you so carefully tended to. And bragging rights are definitely in order when you succeed. - Click for more details!
Seed: Rosemary  
Latin: Rosmarinus officinalis
Variety:
Colour: Green
Matures: July - August
Site: Full/Sun
Quantity: 35 Seeds
Zone: 7
Savory - Winter  - Attractive and edible. Use as a miniature shrub or border plant in rock gardens and herb beds. Produces tiny delicate white and pink flowers. Great for soups, stews, flavouring meats and for medicinal purposes. Plant in moist but well-drained soil in full sun. Provide plenty of moisture until well established. - Click for more details!
Seed: Savory - Winter
Latin: Satureja officinalis
Variety: Winter
Colour: Herb
Matures: July to September
Site: Full Shade or Part Shade
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 3
Savoury - Summer  - This outdoors growing herb can withstand a light harvest after 5 to 6 weeks. Summer Savory is often used in recipes where Thyme and Sage are called for. - Click for more details!
Seed: Savoury - Summer
Latin: S. hortensis
Variety: Herb
Colour: Green
Matures: July To September
Site: Full Sun to Part Shade
Quantity: 125 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 On Sale!
Latin: Chrysanthemum maxi.
Variety: Alaska
Colour: White
Bloom: June to August
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 150 Seeds
Zone: 5
Snapdragon - Stunning yellow snapdragons 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 bumblebee 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. - Click for more details!
Seed: Snapdragon
Latin: Antirrhinum majus
Variety: Yellow
Colour: Yellow
Bloom: June to September
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Strawflower - Picture shown is of the dried flower heads. The colour of dried flowers is much more vibrant. Very easy to grow bright, straw-like textured flowers on long sturdy stems, Colors range from red, orange, yellow and white. Truly amazing staying power as a cut or dried flower. Used extensively in decorating and crafts. To dry strawflower, cut flowers before its head is fully open and hang upside down in a cool dark airy room.

Surface sow in early Spring as seed requires light to germinate. - Click for more details!
Seed: Strawflower
Latin: Helichrysum bracteatum
Variety: Jeweled Wonder Mix
Colour: Orange, Red, Yellow & White
Bloom: June to September
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Sub Arctic Maxi Tomato - A very early producing bush type plant that does not need pruning. 2 to 3
Seed: Sub Arctic Maxi Tomato
Latin: Lycopersicon esculentum
Variety: Sub Arctic Maxi (Det)
Colour: Orange Red
Matures: June-Oct. 48-60 Days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 25 Seeds
Zone: 2
Sunflower - Giganteus  - Perfect to grow your own seeds to eat. Kids love it. You will find this gargantuan focal point a natural bird feeder if you so choose to leave the seeds to Mother Nature and her entourage. It's flower heads are like the name states, gigantic at 1 to 1.5 feet across. It has thick stems and giant leaves on strong stalks that rarely need staking unless the area is very windy. In peak time it is definitely pictured worthy and provides plump tasty seeds for eating, roasted or raw. - Click for more details!
Seed: Sunflower - Giganteus
Latin: Helianthus
Variety: Giganteus
Colour: Yellow
Bloom: July - September
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 10 Seeds
Zone: 2
Tasmanian Chocolate Beefsteak Tomato - Don not miss out on this incredible tomato. It is the best Beefsteak choice for color and flavour.These Beefsteak tomatoes ripen to a deep chocolate red colour up to one pound each in size with great flavour. Tasmanian Chocolate is a dwarf type semi-determinate variety making it perfect for smaller garden spaces and containers. It usually stays 2-3 ft. tall but may reach 4 ft. in long season areas. - Click for more details!
Seed: Tasmanian Chocolate Beefsteak Tomato
Latin: Lycopersicum solanum
Variety: Tasmanian Chocolate (Semi-det.Dwarf)
Colour: Chocolate Red
Matures: July-Aug.(75 Days)
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 20 Seeds
Zone: 2
Tobacco -  Germination is 14 -21 days  Full Sun and well-drained soil. Spectacular display of  flowers. A classic variety used in cigarettes, pipe blends and sometimes cigars and wraps. This variety is a very sturdy plant with medium to large upright leaves that ripen evenly to a golden yellow. Produces loads of bright yellow flowers on naturally insect-repelling plants Remove flowers if leave growth size is desired. For home use only. - Click for more details!
Seed: Tobacco On Sale!
Latin: Nicotiana tobaccum
Variety: Burly
Colour: yellow
Bloom: 180 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Tobacco -  Ancient Hopi  - Later bloomer encourages pollinators to stay in your garden all season and will help increase your yield. Leaves can be used for making an insect controlling tea. - Click for more details!
Seed: Tobacco -  Ancient Hopi
Latin: Nicotiana rustica
Variety: Ancient Hopi
Colour: Yellow
Bloom: July to October
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 200 Seeds
Zone: 2
Verbascum - Bees and hummingbirds adore this supertall, long time bloomer. Easy care. Great backdrop or focal point. Similar in habit to Foxgloves but produces even taller, branching spires with bright golden yellow flowers, from mid-summer onwards. Forms a dense basil clump of gray-green, woolly felt covered leaves, making it Drought Tolerant or Deer Resistant. - Click for more details!
Seed: Verbascum
Latin: verbascum olympicum
Variety: Species
Colour: Yellow
Bloom: June to September
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 200 Seeds
Zone: 6
Virginia Tobacco - Developed to have a mild flavour and a low nicotine content (Below 3%)The leaves are used for cigars, cigarette, cigar and pipe blends or on its own. Plants are upright, with large leaves and if left to flower produces lots of bright yellow flowers. Plants are naturally pest and deer resistant. Easy to Grow. For home use only - Click for more details!
Seed: Virginia Tobacco On Sale!
Latin: nicotiana
Variety: Virginia
Colour: yellow
Bloom: 180 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Wallflower - Scented goddess. The perfect border plant that is great in beds. This early, lengthy bloomer provides masses of sweetly scented flowers in marbled and solid colours. Plant in a sunny, open position in well-drained fertile soil. Cut back after blooming leaving only a few leaves on each stem. Spectacular cut-flower. The incredible aroma easily fills a room. Very easy to grow and deer resistant. Great early Spring scent and colour. Will bloom early as  February in warm climates. - Click for more details!
Seed: Wallflower
Latin: Erysimum cheiri
Variety: Monarch Fair Lady
Colour: Red,Yellow,Orange Mix
Bloom: May to July
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 8
Watercress - Watercress is highly prized for its vitamin content and distinctive peppery taste. and crisp texture. Best grown near free-flowing water, in a container without drainage or in a winter garden where the moisture content is the highest. - Click for more details!
Seed: Watercress
Latin: Nasturtium Officianle
Variety:
Colour: green
Matures: 60 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 9
Wild Celery - This fast-growing biennial (perennial in warmer climates)plant 
will produce tall sturdy hollow stacks with a licorice flavour, which can be steamed or candied for baking.
 Provides a  habitat for Swallowtail Butterfly larvae and adult pollen feeders Use fresh leaves in soups, salads and stews. Also a producer of a deep green dye. - Click for more details!
Seed: Wild Celery
Latin: Angelica archangelica
Variety: Angelica
Colour: Green
Matures: July - September
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 75 Seeds
Zone: 2
Yarrow - Used for centuries for medicinal purposes, these plants produce clusters of tiny pink flowers, on soft, lacey, aromatic foliage. Excellent for use in fresh or dried flower bouquets and grows well in poor dry soil. Herbal tea from the flowering plant can be made to treat colds, fever & indigestion. Yarrow has also been noted for its use in slowing external bleeding when leaves are crushed and wrapped around the wounded area. Native Americans depended on it for all of the above and more. Easy to grow. - Click for more details!
Seed: Yarrow
Latin: Achillea millefolium
Variety: Rosea
Colour: Pink
Bloom: July to August
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Yellow Foxglove - Foxglove produces spires of large yellow  tubular florets with speckled throats. Flowers 1st year from early sowing. Plants are hardy biennials.Useful as cut-flower or wild flowers. Self sowing. - Click for more details!
Seed: Yellow Foxglove  
Latin: Digitalis lutea
Variety:
Colour: Yellow
Bloom: May to August
Site: Full Shade or Part Shade
Quantity: 150 Seeds
Zone: 2
Yellow Mustard - Yellow mustards' amazing spicy flavour and superfood credential has popularized in use because of its healthful properties and its cover crop capability. Collect the seeds and make your own tasty yellow Mustard paste!    - Click for more details!
Seed: Yellow Mustard  
Latin: Sinapis alba
Variety:
Colour: green
Matures: May to June
Site: Zone 3
Quantity: 125 Seeds
Zone: 2


 
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