Plant: After last frost Plant: Early Spring or Fall

Calendula officinalis

50 seeds/pack

Used traditionally to promote tissue health and regrowth. Soothing for cuts, scrapes and sore throats. Also a beneficial and edible companion plant in the garden. Plant year round in mild climates. Annual.

$3.25

Plant: After last frost Plant: Early Spring or Fall

Eschscholzia californica

50 seeds/pack   Heirloom

California Poppy is a widely distributed native wildflower throughout the west coast. The iconic golden blooms give way to narrow seed pods that readily self sow new plants. They are summer drought tolerant and will easily perennialize in well drained open spots. They do not like their roots disturbed so it is best to direct seed them in early spring or late fall.


$3.25

Matricaria recutita

100 seeds/packet

Chamomile is a well known herb used for tea. Best grown in the shoulder seasons before the summer heat sets in. Start small seeds in early spring and transplant to the garden. Chamomile will often self seed and return year after year. 

$3.25

Plant: After last frost Plant: Early Spring or Fall

Papaver somniferum

200 seeds/pack   Heirloom

These stunning poppies are brilliant red with a pure white cross in their centers and resemble the Danish flag. Poppies can be sown in the fall with the rains or in early spring for climates with winter snow cover. They like to germinate in cool soils. Scatter seed on well prepared soil and water in to cover.


$3.25

Plant: After last frost

Echinacea purpurea

50 seeds/pack  

This classic immune tonic is used for acute inflammatory conditions such as colds, influenza, boils, skin sores, etc. We blend it with our native Oregon grape root to make Infection Fighter tincture. A local herbalist uses echinacea to ward off poison oak after exposure. Seeds need cold stratification and light exposure to germinate. Echinacea is a perennial native to the Great Plains and reaches four feet when in flower. Also known as purple cone flower for its stunning blooms of pink petals surrounding a spiky cone center.

$3.25

Plant: Early Spring or Fall
Papaver rhoeas
200 seeds/pack  I  60 days
These beautiful red poppies became the symbol of remembrance during WWI through the war time poetry of Canadian physician Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae. He observed disturbed battle fields blooming with these vigorous flowers. In the garden they are easily sown by scattering the tiny seeds in the fall or early spring.
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Plant: Early Spring or Fall

Hibiscus sabdariffa var sabdariffa

25 seeds/pack   90-100 days 

Hibiscus thrives in summer heat. It provides a bold display of showy green and scarlet foliage on sturdy stalks marbled with the same colors. In late summer, pink blossoms emerge, opening in the morning and closing again in the evening. The fleshy, deep red calyxes can be picked and dried for a tangy, refreshing tea that has been said to contain high amounts of antioxidants, vitamin C, and antimicrobial properties.

$3.25

Plant: After last frost Plant: Early Spring or Fall

Papaver somniferum

200 seeds/pack   Heirloom

With deep purple blooms, nutritious blue seeds and ornamental pods this heirloom poppy for eastern Europe is an eye catching addition in the garden. Direct sown with the fall rains, poppies will grow through the winter to yield large blooms in med-spring. 


$3.25

Plant: After last frost

Melissa officinalis

50 seed/pack

I consider lemon balm an herb garden essential. The lemony-scented leaves are delicious dried and used in teas. As a medicinal, lemon balm has powerful anti-viral properties that validate its usage for anything from the flu to herpes. Start in early spring and transplant after the last frost. Lemon balm will continue to live, with winter die-back, for many years and is easily spread in the garden. Perennial.

$3.25

Plant: After last frost

Agastache foeniculum

100 seed/pack

Native to mid-west and great plains regions of USA. Pleasant licorice flavor makes a delicious tea for digestion. Beautiful lavender flower spikes bloom for eight weeks from mid to late summer. Very hardy. Will tolerate low water once established. Perennial. Sow small seeds in greenhouse early spring and transplant to permanent location once frost has passed.

$3.25

Plant: After last frost

Nigella damascena

100 seed/pack  70 days to maturity

With lacy foliage, blue flowers and balloon shaped seed pods this heirloom cottage garden plant lends itself to flower arrangements at all stages of growth. Sow the tiny seeds directly in your prepared garden bed in early spring for summer blooms. Reseeding annual. Also known as Black Seed and used widely for medicinal purposes. 

$3.25

Plant: Early Spring or Fall

Papaver somniferum var. album

100 seeds/pack

Elegant and ephemeral blooms sway atop long stems. Plant a block for a stunning effect. Used traditionally for pain relief. Native to Peshwar region of Pakistan. Annual.


 

$3.25

Plant: After last frost Plant: Early Spring or Fall

Calendula officinalis

50 seeds/pack

With light yellow to almost white blossoms and tall stems this variety stands out as a cut flower. Used traditionally to promote tissue health and regrowth. Soothing for cuts, scrapes and sore throats. Also a beneficial and edible companion plant in the garden. Plant year round in mild climates. Annual.

$3.25

Plant: After last frost

Helichrysum bracteatum

100 seed/pack

Beautiful and colorful mix of papery blooms all summer long. These are great as fresh or dried cut flowers. The flowers are used to make essential oil and have several medicinal uses. Surface sow the tiny seeds and do not cover with soil as they need light to germinate. Transplant to the garden when danger of frost is past. Native to Australia. 

$3.25

Plant: After last frost

Salvia apiana

25 seeds/pack

Native to the southwestern US, this woody perennial is known for its aromatic leaves that are often burned as a smudge. Native Americans used this plant extensively in ceremony and as a remedy for illness. Once established these plants require very little summer water and will live for many years. Perennial.

$3.25