Helianthus annuus. You will have to decide whether to eat the seeds or let your birds have a fresh treat. These mammoth sunflowers grow to 14 feet. Start these outdoors keeping the seed moist but not soggy. Seeds by Renee’s Garden.
When you need a green to add some interest to your salads, arugula fills the plate. Plant this early as it likes cool weather.
This plant is very similiar to Catnip but much prettier, growing into an 18″ mound. Some cats still like it, but not with the same intensity as Catnip. Grey, felt-like foliage compliments the blue flowers.
The seeds will germinate much faster in warm soil.
Plant every three weeks for a long harvest.
Don’t plant out until temperatures reach 70 degrees.
This fast growing Basil has a delightful lemon fragrance amd flavor. Terrific in vinegars and on fish. Contains enough seed for one 25′ row. Be sure to keep your Basil plants well fed. Every two weeks during the summer is not out of the question.
Enjoy these heirloom seeds which have been passed down for generations. If you love sunflowers, but can’t decide on any one variety, this mix has it all! Enjoy a myriad of brilliant colors and soft whites. This mixture is of annuals that bloom late summer to fall, in full sun. 100% Certified Organic.
They appreciate any care you give them but are very independent.
You will hardly ever find this in a nursery. Enjoy.
This seed originating in Denmark a hundred years ago has been a favorite. Plant this 3 weeks before your last frost or late summer.
If you like complex taste instead of blasting heat these are the chiles for you. Food dye tells you which seeds are the red variety and which are the orange. Don’t put the plants outdoors until your nights are above 50 degrees.