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Seedman's 95 Cent Flower Seed Packets

Seedman's GoodCentsFlowers Flower Seed Packets


Seedman.com started offering our 95 Cent Vegetable Seed Packets over a year ago and the program has been a tremendous success. We get thank you notes from our customer all the time for offering these selections at such a low cost. We also get an awful lot of requests for economical flower seed packets and have finally gotten around to offering these as well.

The seeds offered in this program as the same high quality seeds we have been offering to our customers for the past 25 years. All are from the latest seed harvest and have passed our strict quality control tests and meet or exceed all state and federal seed standards.

Happy flower gardening to all of our customers!

Seed Selections

FB167 Heavenly Blue Morning Glory ( Ipomoae tricolor )
This is the familiar heirloom we all grew up enjoying during the spring and summer months. Heavenly Blue Morning Glory is a favorite garden climber. This plant has been grown for generations and continues to be loved for it's sky blue flowers with creamy white throats. This fast and easy to grow old-fashioned vine is perfect to quickly cover a fence or mailbox and will grace your garden with it's flowers all summer long.
Cannot ship to AR, AZ, PR
  Package of 10 seeds $0.95
 RHB002 3g Bulk Package ( over 75 seeds ) $4.95
3135 Old Thyme "Devil's Trumpet" Datura ( Datura Metel )
One of the oldest known and most commonly grown daturas. Grown mainly for its showy 7" trumpet flowers. The large prolific white flowers are doubles in upright inflorescence. Sun loving. Easily grown. Good patio or garden plant.
 3135 Devil's Trumpet Datura 10 seeds $0.95
2079 "Mission Bells Mix" California Poppy
( Eschscholzia californica )
Delicate, Silky Flowers with a Wide Range of Shimmering Colors. Flowers Held High on Slender Stems Early to Flower and Tolerant of Drought and Light Shade. Flowers are many shades of pastel yellow, pink and orange with lightly ruffled petals.

Seedman Basic Info:
A Classic Heirloom Favorite. Grows about 12 inches tall. Easy to grow, plant them directly in your garden and they will spread easily!

 75mg package ( about 50 seeds ) $0.95
2058 Corn Poppy/Shirley Single Mix ( Papaver rhoeas }
A very easy annual to grow in the garden, Shirley Poppies have delicate, beautiful, tissue paper flowers that sway in even the lightest breeze. 2" spectacular flowers in shades of pink, white, red and rose. With enough room, plants can get quite large - up to 3' in height and width. Easily reseeds for naturalized meadow areas. Grows 24-30" tall.

Seedman Basic Info:
Try to plant in a location that enjoys full sun and remember to water moderately. Field poppies needs a soil ph of 6.6 to 7.5. Generally regarded as a half hardy plant, so remember to protect this plant from frosts and low temperatures.

  350mg Package ( Hundreds of seeds ) $0.95
IP044 Brilliant Orange California Poppy ( Eschscholzia californica )
Upright compact plant grown as an annual that is drought resistant and makes a perfect wildflower patch. Brilliant orange, 2-4 inch cup shaped flowers above bluish green foliage.
  250mb Package ( about 75-100 seeds ) $0.95
D9825 Red Flanders Poppy ( Papaver rhoeas )
A hardy annual native to Europe, which has naturalized throughout the United States. The large 2 to 4 inch blooms are fire engine­red vividly marked with purplish­black centers individually borne on erect hairy stems. The foliage remains inconspicuous allowing the flower to express its full beauty. Prefers well drained soil in full sun to partial shade. Performs best if sown in late fall in the southern regions of the U.S. or in early spring in the northern regions of the U.S. An outstanding spring favorite.

Seedman Basic Info:
Use in flower gardens, roadsides, meadows, mixtures, cut flowers. Truly spectacular when heavily seeded in an isolated area. Does not transplant well.

  300mg Package ( over 200 seeds ) $0.95
D9840 American Legion Poppy ( Papaver rhoeas )
The red poppy is a symbol of America's remembrance of its war dead. The famous all red poppy that is the model for the symbol used by the Veterans Day fund raiser. A good heat tolerant poppy.
Prefers full sun but will tolerate partial shade. This poppy is a very hardy plant that prefers loose soil, and will tolerate drought well. The fruit of the red poppy is a capsule containing many black seeds. The plant re-grows strongly following year if seed falls on bare ground.

Seedman Basic Info:
Height: 18-36 Inches. Bloom Season: Spring/Summer/Fall. Environment: Full Sun/Partial Shade. Zones: All Regions of North America.
Red Corn Poppy American Legion Papaver Rhoeas prefers full sun but will tolerate partial shade. This poppy is a very hardy plant that prefers loose soil, and will tolerate drought well. The fruit of the red poppy is a capsule containing many black seeds. The plant re-grows strongly following year if seed falls on bare ground.

  300mg package ( hundreds of seeds ) $0.95
1A400 Johnny Jump Up ( Viola cornuta )
One of our favorite flowers to sow around large plants like palm and oak trees in containers as they add color and hold back weeds.
These are also a wonderful selection for parts of your flower beds with poor soil, as they will grow just about anywhere. A compact annual or perennial, these will re-seed easily if given the chance. This variety has been used extensively in floral gardens and has escaped from cultivation to roadsides, fields and waste areas throughout much of the United States.
The vibrant blooms are deep purple and yellow, creating a solid carpet of color for weeks. Prefers partial shade to full sun in rich, well­drained soil.
There are so many ways to use the versatile plants, around the base of trees, flower beds, containers, borders.
Keeping the faded blossoms picked will prolong the blooming period.

Johnny Jump Ups are very easy to grow, tolerant of most soil types (including dry soil) and drought resistant. They withstand heat better than most bedding flowers and are perfect for partial shade. They serve a multitude of uses: as a groundcover under shrubs or larger perennials, in borders and rockery, in baskets, containers and tubs.

Seedman Basic Info:
Wow, this plant grows well anywhere in the USA. Grows 7 to 10 inches tall, germinates in about 14 to 21 days. Best soil temperature for germination is 65°F to 75°F.
Best germination if started in early spring, but if you must start them in hot weather, chill the seeds in the fridge for a couple of weeks before sowing. Sowing depth: 1/16". Blooming Period: March through August.

 350mg pack ( well over 200 seeds ) $0.95
1A401 Five Spot ( Nemophila maculata )
Excellent flowerbed plant. A hardy annual native to California, easily grown from seed throughout the United States. The flowers are an attractive white with vivid purple spots at the tip of each petal. A prolific bloomer all spring, with a low spreading habit. Prefers full sun to dappled shade in various soil conditions. A great item for hanging baskets.
Can be used in wooden barrels, containers of all types, as a groundcover, borders, rock gardens.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows 6-12 inches tall, will germinate in about 7-30 days depending on soil and weather conditions, does not germinate well in hot weather, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 55°F to 65°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/8" deep, blooms from March to May.

 350mg pack ( about 75 seeds ) $0.95
1A402 Baby Blue Eyes ( Nemophila insignis )
A hardy annual native to California, but is easily grown throughout the United States. The delicate, sky blue, cup­shaped flowers continue to bloom throughout spring. Requires a light, sandy soil with moderate amounts of water.
Prefers partial shade, but in cooler climates can tolerate full sun. A charmer in wooden barrels and hanging baskets, wonderful flowerbed plant.
Also excellent for borders, rock gardens, hanging baskets. An enjoyable and easily grown variety from seed.
This low growing plant requires little maintenance. Does not transplant well.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows 6-12 inches tall, will germinate in about 7-30 days depending on soil and weather conditions, does not germinate well in hot weather, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 55°F to 65°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/8" deep, blooms from March to May.

 450mg pack ( about 200 seeds ) $0.95
1A403 Baby's Breath ( Gypsophila muralis )
A hardy annual able to withstand periods of short term drought. Native to Europe, it has naturalized throughout the eastern United States. Flowers are white, forming dense delicate clusters. Prefers full sun in well­drained soils. Baby's Breath cannot tolerate an acid soil. Sow in early spring, seedlings are not winter hardy.
Cut the flowers for arrangements when half the blooms are open to extend vase life. The ice white blooms provide a brilliant backdrop for other wildflower varieties. Does not transplant well. A nice flower for bed mixtures, flower gardens.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 16 inches tall, will germinate in about 10-20 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 70°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/8" deep, blooms from April to August.

 450mg pack ( about 200 seeds ) $0.95
1A404 Bachelors Buttons, Cornflower ( Centaurea cyanus )
A drought tolerant annual, native to Europe, which has naturalized throughout North America. The upper half of the plant is multi­stemmed, producing many flowers.
Leaves are covered with small white hairs causing the plant to have a blue­gray appearance. Delightful colors of blue, white, pink and red. Prefers full sun in various soil types.
An outstanding flower for cutting or dried arrangements. Cornflowers retain their bright colors when dried making them excellent candidates for dried flower arrangements. Excellent flower bed plant.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 24 to 36 inches tall, will germinate in about 7-25 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 60-70°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/8" deep, blooms from March to May.

 200mg pack ( about 60-70 seeds ) $0.95
1A405 Gloriosa Daisy ( Rudbeckia hirta )
A magnificent, upright annual or short lived perennial easily grown from seed throughout the United States. The large 5 to 9 inch single blooms are rich golden orange or mahogany red continuously flowering through the hot summer months. Grows in various soils requiring full sun for best results. Heat and drought tolerant once established and best of all forgives neglect. Grows 24-36" tall.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 24 to 36 inches tall, will germinate in about 14-40 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 60-70°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/8" deep, blooms from June to September.

 300mg pack ( hundreds of seeds ) $0.95
1A406 Mountain Garland ( Clarkia unguiculata )
Very versatile flowering plant that can be for cut flower gardens, borders, mass plantings and bedding plant. A delightful annual flower, native to California, which is easily grown throughout the United States. This species of Clarkia is often confused with Rocket Larkspur at first glance. Compact blossoms are arranged on spikes in soft pastel shades of pink to salmon or purplish hues. The tall stems are deep purple in color making identification easy prior to flowering. Prefers full sun but will grown in partial shade. Can tolerate a wide range of environmental conditions but avoid heavy clay soils.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 24 to 36 inches tall, will germinate in about 16-40 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 60-70°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/8" deep, blooms from May to July.

 300mg pack ( hundreds of seeds ) $0.95
1A407 Dwarf Red Plains Coreopsis ( Coreopsis tinctoria )
A hardy, upright annual very easy to grow from seed throughout much of North America. This dainty little plant will burst alive in the spring covered with mahogany red flowers. An ideal variety for mass plantings or as an accent in the garden. Prefers full sun in various soils. Excellent for soggy areas. A wonderful plant for flower gardens, roadsides, mixtures, meadows, and cover for unsightly ditch banks. An excellent variety for high rainfall areas. Will continue to bloom as long as adequate moisture is available.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 12 to 24 inches tall, will germinate in about 14-30 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 60-70°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/16" deep, blooms from April to August.

 250mg pack ( hundreds of seeds ) $0.95
1A408 Plains Coreopsis ( Coreopsis tinctoria )
A hardy, upright annual, native to the southern United States, it has spread throughout much of North America. Leaves are finely divided occurring mostly in the lower portion of the plant. A prodigious bloomer, having vibrant yellow flowers with maroon centers. Prefers full sun in various soil types. An ideal plant for areas that have poor drainage or remain soggy for an extended period of time.
An excellent flowering plant for ditches, low lying areas, and flower mixes. Often forms large colonies in ditches along roadsides.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 12 to 36 inches tall, will germinate in about 15-40 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 60-70°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/16" deep, blooms from May to August.

 225mg pack ( hundreds of seeds ) $0.95
1A409 Rocket Larkspur ( Delphinium ajacis )
A delightful and easy to grow garden favorite. A marvelous plant to accent any cut flower arrangement. A winter annual, native to southern Europe, it has naturalized throughout the United States. Larkspurs are distinguished by a backward projecting spur, formed by the upper petal of the flower. Tightly compact blossoms are arranged on spikes in shades of pink, white, and deep blue. Prefers full sun to partial shade in very well drained soils.
CAUTION: The seeds and leaves of the Rocket Larkspur are poisonous if consumed.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 36 to 72 inches tall, will germinate in about 15-40 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 50-60°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/8" deep, blooms from April to September.

 300mg pack ( about 100 seeds ) $0.95
1A410 Foxglove ( Digitalis purpurea )
One of the loveliest, most important plant species that has been introduced from Europe and naturalized in various parts of North America. The flowers are numerous, on a spike, and range from a deep purple to lilac with conspicuous spots interlining the throat of the tubular flower.
As a biennial, the leaves form a rosette the first year followed by the flower spike the next year. Prefers a nitrogen rich sandy loam soil, in partial sun to full shade. Does well in shaded areas, wild flower mixes, adds color to unsightly places. Foxglove is a source of digitalis prescribed by doctors to strengthen the heart and regulate its beat. Extremely poisonous! Enjoy, but do not eat!

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 24 to 48 inches tall, will germinate in about 20-40 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 50-60°F range.
Surface sow,do not cover seeds, blooms from June to September.

 250mg pack ( hundreds of tiny seeds ) $0.95
1A411 Evening Primrose ( Oenothera lamarckiana )
A robust annual which has naturalized throughout the United States. Flowers are light yellow borne on tall, sturdy spikes. Blooms are up to 2 inches across, opening in late afternoon. Prefers well­drained soils in full sun. Evening Primrose can tolerate high pH levels and is less aggressive than other species within this plant family.
Excellent flowering plant for flowerbeds, roadsides, meadows, fence lines. This is a prolific reseeder, once you get it established in an area you like, it will come back year after year. An excellent variety for summer color.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 24 to 48 inches tall, will germinate in about 20-40 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 55-70°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/16" deep, blooms from May to July.

 210mg pack ( over 200 seeds ) $0.95
1A412 Showy Primrose ( Oenothera lamarckiana )
Often called Buttercup because when smelled, yellow pollen is left on one's nose. Can tolerate infrequent mowing. The four petalled flowers are soft pink, making a transition to glistening white toward the center. Flowers open in the early morning lasting only a single day.
In many southern regions they often form large breathtaking colonies. Grows in various soils in full sun. A fun variety to grow from seed but takes two years to produce a bloom.
A hardy, upright to sprawling perennial, native to the southeastern United States extending into Mexico.
A good flower plant for beds, disturbed areas, roadsides, rock gardens, mixtures.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 8 to 16 inches tall, will germinate in about 30-50 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 55-70°F range.
Surface sow,do not cover seeds, blooms from March to July.

 400mg pack ( hundreds of seeds ) $0.95
1A414 Ox-Eye Daisy ( Chrysanthemum leucanthemum )
This perennial is excellent as a ground cover or border since the foliage is attractive and remains green year round. An ideal cut flower for arrangements lasting up to ten days. A prolific re-seeder.
A hardy perennial, often forming dense colonies once established. A native of Europe, it has naturalized throughout all regions of the United States. The leaves are very thick, and feel leathery to the touch. Flowers are pure white with mustard­yellow centers, individually borne on single erect stems. Prefers fertile soil, in full sun or partial shade. Competes well with grasses. Cannot ship to: CO, HI, IL, IN, KS, KY, MT, OH, WA, WI, WV, and WY as it is considered a problem in these states.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 12 to 24 inches tall, will germinate in about 15-30 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 70°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/16" deep, blooms from May to July.

 300mg pack ( about 200 seeds ) $0.95
1A415 Dames Rocket ( Hesperis matronalis )
Can be seen from great distances when planted in mass. Makes wonderful borders along fences, livens up roadsides, ditches, meadows, etc. An upright, hardy perennial native to Europe, but has escaped cultivation and adapted throughout most of the United States. Delightful lilac­purple flowers are concentrated at the end of sturdy stalks. The genus name, Hesperis, is Greek, meaning "evening", referring to the plant's unique characteristic of filling the night with its ever so sweet fragrance. Prefers a moist, well drained soil in full sun or partial shade. Produces a high ratio of blooms per plant. Cannot ship to: CO, CT and MA as it is considered a problem in these states.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 24 to 36 inches tall, will germinate in about 20-30 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 70-80°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/16" deep, blooms from May to July.

 400mg pack ( about 200 seeds ) $0.95
1A416 Red Drummond Phlox ( Phlox drummondii )
A great flowering plant that can be used about anywhere, use in baskets, floral gardens, wooden barrels, mixtures, fields, etc.
Flowers are delightfully fragrant. Adds life to any cut flower arrangement.
A short, hardy, upright annual, native to Texas, but adapted throughout the southeastern United States. It is a variety that has been used extensively in European gardens for many decades. Flowers are concentrated in clusters on top of sturdy, erect stems. The exquisite deep red flowers bloom continually if watered frequently. Prefers light or sandy well­drained soil in full sun. One of our most popular items.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 8 to 24 inches tall, will germinate in about 20-30 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 60-70°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/8" deep, blooms from April to June.

 300mg pack ( about 70 seeds ) $0.95
1A417 Mexican Hat ( Ratibida columnaris )
An excellent variety for cut flower arrangements lasting 5 to 10 days . Flower resembles a colorful Mexican sombrero, hence the name. Mexican Hat.
A robust, drought tolerant annual to perennial variety native to the mid­west and has naturalized throughout North America. The characteristic black, cone­shaped heads are surrounded by drooping, fire­red ray flowers with a splash of yellow accent.
At maturity the upright branching stems may become woody. Prefers full sun in well drained soil. Outstanding in hot­humid climates.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 24 to 36 inches tall, will germinate in about 20-40 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 60-70°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/16" deep, blooms from June to September.

 300mg pack ( over 200 seeds ) $0.95
1A418 Wallflower ( Cheiranthus allionii )
Adds a delightful fragrance to any floral arrangement.
A wonderful flower for beds, backgrounds and floral gardens.
A bushy biennial or perennial variety native to the Canary islands, but has naturalized throughout much of northern North America. A charming species with an abundance of vivid orange flowers occurring on short, compact plants.
The leaves are narrow 2-4 inches in length. Can withstand dry or moist conditions once established. Prefers partial shade or full sun in well­drained soils.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 12 to 18 inches tall, will germinate in about 20-40 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 65-75°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/16" deep, blooms from April to May.

 400mg pack ( about 100 seeds ) $0.95
1A419 Scarlet Flax ( Linum rubrum )
This superb, low-maintenance hardy annual blooms from early summer right through autumn. The slender stems support masses of deep scarlet flowers, which are best admired when planted in dense clusters in a mixed border. Sow seeds in late spring in well-drained soil and a sunny spot.
Once established this variety can tolerate immense heat and extremely dry conditions. The glossy, deep scarlet flowers bloom in profusion and are best admired if planted in density. Prefers full sun in well drained soils. Best if sown in early spring, seedlings are not winter hardy.
Guaranteed to draw some attention!

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 12 to 24 inches tall, will germinate in about 20-30 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 65-70°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/16" deep, blooms from April to September.

 350mg pack ( about 100 seeds ) $0.95
1A420 Shasta Daisy ( Chrysanthemum maximum )
This is excellent as a ground cover or border plant since the foliage is attractive and remains green all year. An ideal cut flower, lasting up to 10 days in arrangements.
A hardy perennial, forming dense colonies once established. The white petalled flowers with golden yellow centers are borne individually on single erect stems. Compared to its cousin, the Ox­Eyed Daisy, Shasta Daisies generally grow 6 to 12 inches taller and have a larger flower head diameter. Prefers full sun to partial shade in fertile soil.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 12 to 36 inches tall, will germinate in about 20-30 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 65-70°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/16" deep, blooms from June to August.

 200mg pack ( about 100 seeds ) $0.95
1A421 Texas Bluebonnet ( Lupinus texensis )
A great flower for raised flower beds, half wooden barrels, hanging baskets, mixtures, hillsides, roadsides and meadows.
Adopted as the "State Flower of Texas", this is the most commonly seen variety along roadsides and in uncultivated pastures throughout the state.
Flowers are densely arranged on a spike with a characteristic ice white terminal tip. Bluebonnets cannot tolerate poorly drained, clay based soils. Seed planted in poorly drained soils will germinate, but plants will never fully develop.
Seedlings will become either stunted or turn yellow and soon die. Prefers a sloped area in light to gravelly, well drained, soil with a ph level between 6-7. Bluebonnets require 8 hours of direct sun.
This ornamental with it's showy blooms is easily grown and provides nectar for bees & other nectar-insects.
USDA plant hardiness zones 4 to 9.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 12 to 24 inches tall, will germinate in about 15-75 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 55-70°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/8" deep, blooms from March to May.

 800mg pack ( about 20 seeds ) $0.95
1A422 Maroon Fire Bluebonnet ( Lupinus texensis )
Maroon Bluebonnet Alamo Fire is a beautiful and unique annual flower. It is a selection of the native bluebonnet carefully selected for its outstanding color. Selections are made based on their color, seeds are saved from these selections, and the seeds are planted in isolated fields to prevent cross pollination from other colors.
The cycle is repeated until the desired color is obtained in a very high percentage of the population. The plant is very showy drought tolerant annual wildflower and it has larger, more sharply pointed leaves and more numerous flower heads than similar lupines.
Has light-green, velvety, palmately compound leaves (usually five leaflets) are born from branching, 6-18 inches stems. These stems are topped by clusters of up to 50 fragrant, red-maroon, pea-like flowers. The tip of the cluster is conspicuously white.
If cross-pollination occurs, the next generation of seed from the Maroon Bluebonnets may contain some purple or blue flowers within the population. In order to keep the Maroon Bluebonnets true to color (maroon), any plants that bloom in shades of purple or blue should be removed from the site as soon as the buds open to avoid cross-pollination.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 12 to 24 inches tall, will germinate in about 15-75 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 55-70°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/8" deep, blooms from March to May.

 900mg pack ( about 25 seeds ) $0.95
1A423 Clasping Coneflower ( Rudbeckia amplexicaulis )
A hardy annual that is best grown along roadsides, borders, slopes. A very heavy re-seeder. Another wonderful variety for cut arrangements. The identifiable black, cone­shaped heads are surrounded by bright yellow, drooping reflexed ray flowers. Prefers full sun in various soil conditions. Often forms dense colonies in moist areas.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 18 to 24 inches tall, will germinate in about 7-40 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 55-70°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/16" deep, blooms from June to September.

 250mg pack ( over 100 seeds ) $0.95
1A424 Perennial Lupine ( Lupinus perennis )
A hardy perennial that is an excellent choice for floral gardens. Native to Maine and Southern Ontario extending westward throughout the central and mid­western regions of the United States south to Florida. Flowers are arranged on upright spikes varied in color from deep blue to purple shades. Requires a dry, well­drained sandy or gravelly soil in full sun. Cannot tolerate heavy soils. A very adaptable and versatile species.
USDA plant hardiness zones 4 to 9, but should probably be grown as an annual in zones 7-9.

Seedman Basic Info:
Established plants greatly resent being transplanted and seldom live once they have been dug up.
Grows about 18 to 24 inches tall, will germinate in about 15-75 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 55-70°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/8" deep, blooms from April to June.

 800mg pack ( about 50 seeds ) $0.95
1A425 Rose Mallow ( Lavatera trimestris )
Often mistaken for Hibiscus, this is a great flowering plant for borders, along walls and fences. A robust, fast growing annual. Freely branching, it becomes covered with numerous, ice white, pink or rose colored blooms measuring up to 4 inches across. Does not seem to be temperamental about soil conditions and can thrive in full sun or partial shade. Requires ample moisture. Sow in early spring, seedlings are not winter hardy.
USDA plant hardiness zones 2 to 11.

Seedman Basic Info:
An extensive root system makes transplanting difficult, best to sow seeds where plant will grow.
Grows about 36 to 60 inches tall, will germinate in about 15-60 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 55-70°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/8" deep, blooms from June to September.

 600mg pack ( about 75 seeds ) $0.95
1A426 Purple Tansy ( Phacelia tanacetifolia )
Produces an abundant quantity of nectar which butterflies and bees find hard to resist, this is an excellent flower for planting alongside vegetable gardens to attract bees and benificial insects .A hardy annual, native to California but has naturalized throughout the western United States. The flowering portion of the stalk is curled, slowly unwinding to reveal lavender colored flowers at maturity. The stamens radiate outward, twice as long as the petals, giving the plant an unusual appearance. Prefers full sun in various soils.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 12 to 24 inches tall, will germinate in about 15-60 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 60-70°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/16" deep, blooms from April to July.

 700mg pack ( over 100 seeds ) $0.95
1A427 Blue Flax ( Linum lewisii )
A 2-3 foot perennial with delicate leaves and true blue sky flowers from Mar. to Sept.. Native to middle to high elevations, Alaska to southern California. A good garden flower. Showy, every morning it covers itself with 1" blue flowers, hundreds per day. The leaves themselves stay at 18" or so but the flowers arise above making a total arching display 3' or so high. Use in perennial garden, rock garden, or even in a container. In areas where the snow is on the ground until March to June this plant will flower all summer.
Blue Flax was discovered by Meriwether Lewis on the Lewis and Clark Expedition in the late 1700's, thus the name. For zones 3-10.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 12 to 24 inches tall, will germinate in about 15-60 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 65-70°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/16" deep, blooms from May to September.

 250mg pack ( about 100 seeds ) $0.95
1A428 Spurred Snapdragon ( Linaria maroccana )
Nice plant for floral gardens, mixtures, meadows, open fields, borders. Native to Morocco, linaria or toadflax is an upright, branching annual that typically grows to 12-24” (less frequently to 24”) tall. Features long-spurred, two-lipped, miniature snapdragon-like flowers in upright-terminal racemes. Flowers bloom spring to fall in cool summer climates, but usually stop blooming in the heat of summer in hot climates. Species flowers are purple-violet with a yellow blotch on the palate.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 12 to 24 inches tall, will germinate in about 10-20 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 65-70°F range.
Surface sow seeds, blooms from March to late fall, but may stop for while during heat of summer.

 200mg pack ( hundreds of seeds ) $0.95
1A429 Indian Blanket ( Gaillardia pulchella )
A hardy, drought tolerant annual native to the central United States. Easily established from seed, it forms dense colonies of brilliant red flowers with yellow rims. Typically grows 12-18” (less frequently to 24”) tall on upright stems that are mostly leafless at the top. Daisy-like flowerheads (to 2” diameter) feature rays in shades of red, yellow or red/yellow bicolor, with contrasting darker center disks (usually purplish). Blooms late spring to fall. In areas where goldfinches are present, gardeners should consider leaving some spent flowerheads for the birds. Oblong to oblanceolate gray-green leaves (to 3” long). The sometimes common name of blanket flower is in probable reference to the resemblance of the rich and warm flower colors and patterns of species flowers to blankets woven by Native Americans. However, some authorities suggest this common name was originally in reference to the habit of wild species plants to form colonies that blanketed the ground.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 12 to 24 inches tall, will germinate in about 15-45 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 70-75°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/8" deep, blooms from May to September.

 400mg pack ( about 100 seeds ) $0.95
1A430 Lance Leaf Coreopsis ( Coreopsis lanceolata )
Lance-leaf Coreopsis waves brightly in late spring and early summer on sunny sites with dry or sandy soil. The bright yellow, daisy-like flowers are about 1 1/2" in diameter and bloom singly on long stems. The ray petals have four deep lobes on their margins. This species also is commonly called Sand Coreopsis. Will grow in partial shade to full sun in various soil types. Normally takes two years to become established.
Does excellent in raised flower beds. Free flowers all summer with adequate moisture. Foliage makes an attractive ground cover throughout the year.
For zones 4-9.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 24 to 36 inches tall, will germinate in about 20-30 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 70-75°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/8" deep, blooms from May to July.

 400mg pack ( about 100 seeds ) $0.95
1A431 Tahoka Daisy ( Machaeranthera tanacetifolia )
A hardy upright to sprawling annual native to the mid­western United States. This variety is easy to recognize by the dense, compact leaves which are deeply divided into many narrow segments. The flowers are a beautiful lavender, blue, purple with bright yellow centers, each at the top of a leafy stem. Cheery yellow centers make this a pleasing and showy flower that blooms earlier than the large aster family. Thriving nearly anywhere, this is a beautiful and easy plant to grow!
Excellent plant for borders, roadsides, xeriscapes, rock gardens.
Adaptable to a variety of garden conditions, it is drought-tolerant when established and an excellent choice for xeric gardens, natural or prairie gardens, meadows, hillsides, or hard to maintain areas. The plant often reseeds and grow in following years. You will enjoy its cheerful beauty and the way it attracts bees and butterflies.
For zones 3-10.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 12 to 18 inches tall, will germinate in about 15-45 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 56-65°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/8" deep, blooms from May to September.

 300mg pack ( about 100 seeds ) $0.95
1A432 Sundrops ( Oenothera missourienis )
Canary yellow, mildly fragrant, 3 inch wide flowers are produced in great numbers over dark green, lanceolate leaves from early thru midsummer. Following the substantial blooms, 2 to 3 inch long, 4-winged seed pods are produced which are beautiful in dried floral arrangements. The trailing habit and drought tolerance of this perennial makes it ideal for softening the edges of pathways or planting in rock gardens.
Transplants well. A hardy perennial native from Texas to Missouri and extending throughout much of central North America. A prolific bloomer with magnificent lemon­yellow flowers which last for several days. An excellent border plant remaining green throughout the year. Prefers well­drained soil in full sun.
For zones 3-8.

Seedman Basic Info:
Grows about 6 to 14 inches tall, will germinate in about 20-45 days depending on soil and weather conditions, germinates best if soil temperature is in the 65-75°F range.
Cover seeds about 1/8" deep, blooms from May to September.

 500mg pack ( about 75 seeds ) $0.95
1A433 Pom Pom Mix Zinnia ( Zinnia elegans )
Annual, 2 to 3" double pom pom like pastel and jewel-tone flowers. Shades of pink, yellow, white and red. A nice border plant and cut flower. The perfect flower for beginners. Easy to grow.

Seedman Basic Info:
Scatter seeds on surface and cover lightly. Germinates in 5 - 10 days. Full sun. Height: 15-36" Zone: 3-10
Cover seeds about 1/8" deep, blooms from May to September.

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1A434 California Giants Mix Zinnia ( Zinnia elegans )
VLarge, fully double dahlia type flowers bloom on sturdy branching plants. This California heirloom dates back to 1919. The plants bloom all season and make superb cut flowers. This mix contains cherry, orange, pink, purple, scarlet, yellow and white.
Excellent for borders.

Seedman Basic Info:
Sow the seed around your sunflower patch to conceal the stalks with a curtain of color.
Scatter seeds on surface and cover lightly. Germinates in 5 - 10 days. Full sun. Height: 30-36" Zone: 3-10
Cover seeds about 1/8" deep, blooms from May to September.

 3g pack ( hundreds of seeds ) $0.95