This kit includes seeds & directions for planting your own patch of California Poppies.
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!
Decorate your garden, vase or potted plant with the gentle chiming of a musical plant adorn-a-ment wind chime. Tuned pipes are strung onto cast image finished with antique brass and hung from 18" stainless steel stake.
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!
Designed to delight! The wildflower species included in this grow kit are specifically selected to support, sustain, and delight the pollinators in your yard, garden, and community! This kit includes detailed growing tips, flower descriptions, and enough seed to plant a beautiful habitat for a wide variety of flashy pollinators!
This wildflower mix is 100% pure seed, and contains approximately two ounces of seed from sixteen different species of gorgeous wildflowers — enough for planting an area of approximately 300 square feet. The flower species assembled here were chosen to give you a wide variety of blossom sizes, a diversity of flower shapes, several different plant heights, and an array of rich, vibrant colors.
Sometimes called Common Poppy or Field Poppy, Papaver rhoeas is an erect, single-stemmed annual, growing up to about 2 feet-tall. Rising from a bed of deeply lobed, fern-like foliage, each stem holds a single flower: 4 silky red petals, usually 2–4 inches across, which generally bloom from late spring to late summer.
There's enough seed here to plant an entire meadow full of poppies — almost 90,000 seeds in all! Scattered in an informal planting, this seed will cover about 1,400 square feet.
Aguilegia coerulea was first documented in 1820 by the famous mountain climber Edwin James on top of Pike’s Peak. Today, the Rocky Mountain Columbine is recognized as the official State Flower of Colorado. Over 70 species of Aquilegia exist worldwide, ranging in color from bright red, yellow, and orange, to shades of lavender and purple.
This grow kit contains approx. 0.25 oz of seed — enough to plant over 100 square feet of flowers!
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