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Daucus carota 'Dara' has attractive umbelliferous flowers that are white before they open, pink when open before turning burgundy as the flowerhead closes. They make fabulous cut flowers. After flowering, the flowerhead folds inward to develop a concave seedhead, resembling a birds' nest. This remains throughout winter. Daucus carota 'Dara' self-seeds readily.

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tree nuts

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The secret to healthy compost will be that it is predominantly carbon-based and less nitrogen-based. The ratio of carbon to nitrogen will be crucial to the overall pH and nutritional value of the garden.
Mycorrhizae and Rhizobia are the good guys in the soil. These fungi and bacteria help plants mine nutrients and mount defenses against pathogens. Click to find out more. #organicgardeningtips

soil and soil amendments

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Are you looking for a garden zone map to help you know when to plant in the spring or fall? Unfortunately, garden zones can be misunderstood. Here you'll learn what your garden zone is, what it tells you, and more importantly, what it doesn't. #beginnersgarden #whentoplant #gardenzone

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Tired of being swarmed by mosquitoes in your backyard? Here are 10 plants that attract dragonflies for mosquito control all summer long. #dragonflies #dragonflyplants #plantsthatattractdragonflies #gardening #gardenideas #pond #gardendesign #mosquitorepellingbugs


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Although amaryllis can be purchased at any stage of development, for many, the real fun is growing the flower from a bulb. Amaryllis bloom about 8 to 10 weeks after planting, so get them ready in the fall if you want them to flower in time for Christmas! These big bulbs are easy to bring into bloom, and even a novice can expect success.

House plants

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This is a statement piece for your garden. It is perfect to border anything at all, and is totally striking all on its own. Its height stays at 6 inches, so it is a good plant to "put in front". This rich black/dark purple is outstanding! It also keeps its color all year long. Zone 6-9


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Turns out, what we thought we knew about soil for gardening doesn't always apply! While rich soil usually promotes a more prolific plant, this isn't the case with the Roselle Hibiscus. Overly rich soil or excessive fertilization can cause a larger plant but with fewer calyces. Discover more surprising garden facts that break conventional wisdom.

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Annual. Every salad should have edible nasturtium flowers! Fiesta Blend is a spicy feast of color with flowers in orange, yellow and orange/peach bi-colors. Brighten up hanging baskets and large containers. This beautiful plant is especially exquisite gracing a stone garden wall. The blossom petals are a festive addition to salads and pastas. Plant some in your vegetable patch for an insect, rabbit and deer deterrent. Withstands coastal salty air.


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Blue Passion Flower bears supple white flowers, each wearing a spiky crown of violet-blue and according to legend, commemorate the Crucifixion. The unique, large blooms are followed by egg-shaped, deep orange fruits that have a flavor reminiscent of blackberries and are good for baking. Passion Flower benefits from hoop or trellis support and enjoys a full Sun site. Zones 8 to 10, but can be grown as a house or patio plant in Northern areas.

Love flowers

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Borage is easy to grow, attracts pollinators, tolerates poor soils and neglect, and can be used as a vegetable and medicinal herb. The flowers make a stunning edible garnish. Here's what to know about growing and using borage. #borage #ediblelandscaping #medicinalherbs #borageplant #herbalmedicine #ediblegardening #edibleflowers
Borage is a wonder plant. It attracts bees, keeps pests away, and tastes amazing. Here's how to start growing borage in your garden.


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Cornflower Double Ball Black Flower Seeds (Centaurea Cyanus) 50+Seeds
Annual. In addition to the dazzling sky blue flowers, Bachelor’s Button Blue Boy (also known as cornflower) is also drought tolerant. Flowers can be used dried or fresh cut, while the edible petals make a stunning garnish. Bachelor’s button will “naturalize”; it self-sows the next year for another crop of blue flowers.
Centaurea cyanus (Commonly known as Cornflower / Bachelors-button)

Bachelor buttons

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Who said hollyhocks can’t thrive in the heat of Arizona? Here's an informative guide to growing this traditional favorite in the low desert. From sowing seeds indoors to pruning spent hollyhock stalks, our guide provides step-by-step instructions to help you add a splash of stunning color to your desert landscape all season long.
50+ Seeds....Easy to grow from seed. Will come back every year. Grows to 10 feet tall. Tolerates dry conditions.Full sun or partial shade. Fresh seeds. Can be sown directly into the ground in spring, summer or fall. PLANTING AND GROWING INSTRUCTIONS INCLUDED. COMBINED SHIPPING DISCOUNT. ALL ADDITIONAL ITEMS SHIP FREE! WE SPECIALIZE IN RARE, UNUSUAL AND BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS THAT ARE EASY TO GROW FROM SEED. PLEASE SEE ALL OF THE UNIQUE FLOWER SEEDS WE HAVE LISTED ON ETSY.
The definitive old-fashioned cottage plant, Hollyhocks conjure beloved memories. Placed along fences, barn walls or the side of a house, their stately spires define summer for gardeners. Recent offerings bring expanded possibilities to this garden classic. Black Nigra Hollyhock (Alcea) Dramatic Black Blooms on 6-Foot Spikes! 4 inches across, held wide open to reveal their creamy center, these blooms are stunningly lovely and distinctive! These shiny black flowers, 4 inches across and sporting a


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Vibrant, bold blossoms on tall stems make a big statement in the garden. Cosmos put on a big show from midsummer until first fall frost, providing pollen and nectar for bees, hummingbirds, and butterflies. Grows loads of cut flowers for your bouquets. A great choice for wildflower areas, as they are drought tolerant and practically care-free. A 1974 All-America Selections winner.
Annual. These charming cosmos with fluted seashell-shaped petals will be a beautiful addition to your flower patch! In shades of white, pink, rose, and crimson, they make excellent cut flowers. Easy to care for; once established they are drought tolerant. They prefer neglect over TLC (tender loving care), making them a perfect choice for wildflower or naturalized areas. Deer resistant.


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Cambridge Blue Lobelia Seeds - 125 mg
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Blue Cathedral Bells Cup and Saucer Vine Seeds – Botanical Interests
"Annual. If you love morning glories, try this beautiful, 5\" white variety with irregular blue pinwheel stripes, and sometimes blue flecks; every flower is different. Gorgeous grown alongside a blue or purple morning glory. On cloudy days, the flowers stay open all day. The large, heart-shaped leaves create a tropical effect. A vigorous vine to 15'. Did you know that day length triggers morning glories to bloom? Read more about it inside this packet! Caution: Most parts of this plant are poison

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Yarrow has numerous medicinal uses inside and out, plus it's a beautiful and eco-friendly garden plant. It's also easy to grow. How to use yarrow for cuts, fevers, and more! #herbalremedies #medicinalplants  #xeriscaping #yarrowbenefits #pollinators


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Perennial. This treasured, heirloom wildflower, native to the eastern U.S., is a long-lived perennial that blooms for a month or more beginning in midsummer. The pinkish-purple petals of the stunning, daisy-like flowers surround a large, dark brown cone. Petals begin to droop as the cone enlarges and fills with seeds, which attract birds in the fall and winter. Echinacea grows well in a variety of conditions, and is excellent for borders and water-wise gardens. Perfect for fresh cut flowers. Per

Euchansia -Coneflower

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Petunias can start to look leggy and bedraggled by mid summer. Fix them quickly and easily to have them blooming until first frost! Step by step instructions for all gardeners. #petunias #hangingbaskets #flowerpatchfarmhouse #pruningpetunias
Calibrachoa million bells a must have in the garden with its vibrant, colorful flowers by the hundreds make this a dazzling garden addition [LEARN MORE]


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"Rose One way to grow roses is from the seeds they produce. Propagating roses from seed take a little time, but is easy to do. Let's take a look at what it takes to start growing roses from seed. Starting Rose Seeds Before growing roses from seed, the rose seeds need to go through a period of cold moist storage called \"stratification\" before they will sprout. Plant the rose bush seeds approximately ¼ inch deep in a seed-planting mix in seedling trays or your own planting trays. The trays need


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