*FREE SHIPPING & HANDLING ON ANY ADDITIONAL PACKS OF SEEDMART SEEDS PURCHASED WITHIN 24 HOURS!::History :From the moment of their discovery in the early 19th century, clivias have had a profound effect on horticulture. Gardeners in Japan, in particular, became enchanted by these members of the amaryllis family soon after the plants reached that country from their native South Africa. ::Europe wasn’t far behind. In England, the most spectacular species, Clivia miniata, was put on display before its identity was known, and the first flowers created a sensation. It proved to be a durable and long lived plant, and its large seed were readily produce and easly to germinate.::Before long, the plant breeders were at work, using some of the fine selections that had been discovered in the wild and brought back to Europe. By the end of the 19th century, spectacular new hybrids were being shown and illustrated. And then they dissapeard, victims of the upheavals and fuel shortages caused by the First World War.::But now interest has been rekindled with a vengeance. An international movement has changed this palnts in many different and exciting ways. Belgian breeders, for example, have transformed clivias into more petite, rapidly maturing pot plants with astounding sales figures of over 700,000 plants per year in Europe.::Chinese breeders have selected clivias for unusual leaf patterns and shpaes; single plants there are reputed to sell for as much as $10,000. Individual seed from desirable parents can sell for as much as $10 to $20 each. ::In South Africa and California, new colors such as peaches, apricots, and pinks are becoming popular.
Among the fanciest of the broad-petalled French Marigolds, the Marigold Aurora serieshas big, fully double marigold blooms that completely cover neat plants all season long! Early and compact, they bloom heavily and steadily, starting just 48 days from sowing (that’s 2 weeks sooner than Sophia!). The flowers stretch 2 1/2 to 3 inches across, crowning these neat 10- to 12-inch mounds in fiery color until well into fall. This mix gives you all the glorious Auroras: pale yellow, deep gold, bright yellow-and-red, and sultry orange-and-red.Very free-blooming, these plants don’t mind heat and bad weather. They keep their neat shape all season, making them a great choice for formal plantings, the front of the border, and containers. Superb for edging, they are even effective in vegetable gardens, where they repel nematodes naturally. And where Marigolds go, butterflies follow!Sow direct in the garden when the soil has warmed, or start seeds indoors in late winter. Very easy to grow in the sunny garden. Pkt is 50 see
* FREE SHIPPING ON ADDITIONAL HIRTS SEEDS ORDERED AND PAID WITH ONE PAYMENT!::This tall, dense conifer is native to central Arizona . It is fast-growing and is typically used as a windbreak, barrier, or as a background plant. ::Planting & Care:Plant seedlings any time, spaced 15-30 feet apart for a screen. Irrigate young plants but be careful not to overwater once plant is established. Hardy in zones 7-9. Prefers full sun.
Neat 10-inch impatiens plants are covered in impatiens blooms all season. Create an oasis of soft color in any shady spot with this luscious Impatiens Pastel Mix! 4 shimmering colors combine in an effect both bright (in a shaded setting) and soothing–rose, pink, white, and Bright Eye, a blush-pink with a rose eye. Very elegant, these floriferous varieties carpet the ground or fill any container with long-lasting color.Accent combines all the good qualities you expect from Impatiens: it’s stronger, earlier and longer to bloom, and super-floriferous, with huge 2 1/4-inch blooms all over neat, low-growing 10-inch plants. One of America’s absolute favorite Impatiens, it is versatile enough for beds, shady borders, and containers of all types.Accent begins blooming in early spring in the semi- to fully-shaded garden or container, and keeps coming all the way to frost! In southern areas, it has been known to overwinter. Also a fine houseplant, it is not too fussy about soil and is generally carefree and long-lasti
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Petunia Frillytunia is a breathtaking confection of a Petunia, all dressed up in ruffles and big, wide blooms that catch your eye from across the garden! Boasting less plant and more blooms, this compact petunia variety may just be the superstar your hanging baskets, windowboxes, and garden beds have been looking for!The flowers are magnificent, easily measuring 3 to 3
FREE SHIPPING & HANDLING ON ANY ADDITIONAL PACKS OF SEEDMART SEEDS PURCHASED WITHIN 24 HOURS!::Sunflower Paul Bunyan Hybrid:Grows up to 15 feet tall!:Paul Bunyan Hybrid. Fun to grow and useful too. Supplies seed for songbirds, and roasted seeds are delicious! Create a screen or backyard forest for children. Very strong stalks, 13-15′ tall, 80 days from seed. Burpee Exclusive. Easy, Annual. Sun. Attracts Butterflies.