Hummingbird SprinklesRegular price $4.50
Hummingbird. Sweet nectar producing wildflowers in many different shapes and sizes. Lovely shades of pinks, reds and purples that naturally provide nectar to attract hummingbirds to your garden.
Seeds come in a minimally packaged tin made from recycled US steel.
Includes: tin. seed. directions.
Made in U.S.A.
Lavender Garden SprinklesRegular price $4.50
Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia). The leaves are intensely aromatic right from the start and said to have a relaxing effect. The flowers are edible and can be used raw in salads, added to stews, used to season cookies, ice cream, candied or even brewed in tea. Lavender pairs especially well with dark chocolate.
Includes: seed, reusable recycled US steel tin, directions.
Made in U.S.A.
California poppies - Seed Grow KitRegular price $11.95
The California Poppy, Eschscholzia californica, graces many a sun-drenched meadow throughout California and the Southwest with its brilliant orange, saucer-shaped flowers.
A swath of California Poppies brings a vivacious splash of color to virtually any open, sunny area, and they are as fun to grow as they are lovely!
Italian Parsley Garden In A BagRegular price $12.50
Organic Italian Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) Full-flavored, flat leaved, parsley has a sweet, earthy, celery flavor that is rich in minerals (especially iron). Simply pull the leaves from the stems, chop and sprinkle over dishes from soups to meats.
Sunflower - Seed Grow KitRegular price $11.95
Few things evoke the beauty and brightness of summertime better than these sunny giants! Sunflowers are delightful and versatile, growing quickly and giving a brilliant splash of color in a remarkably short time. Here's everything you need to grow a whole patch!
English Thyme Garden In A BagRegular price $12.50
Organic Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) A versatile herb used in soups, stews, meats, fish and cheese. Thyme is typically used fresh as a sprig (single stem) or leaves are removed from the woody steam and chopped. Leaves are easily separated from stems by running your fingers the opposite directions of leaf growth. Thyme is also an herb that dries well.