Gaillardia aristata
    Code: GAAR-A9
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    This is the native wildflower, and the plants grow from 12 to 30 inches tall. Adapted to dry soils. Mostly yellow flowers.

    100 seeds

    Gaillardia aristata 'Primavera'
      Code: G7G8-A8
      SKU: Lot A3 - 30
      Price: $2.95
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      Bicolored flowers, red with yellow tips, rich flowering with plants growing 6 inches tall and 15 inches wide. The flowers are three inches wide and plants bloom from late spring into fall. Can be used as an annual bedding plant plants in groups of three or five plants spaced out 9 inches a part or used as a mass planting mixed with Hemerocallis 'Happy Returns' or 'Ruby Stella' or 'Stella D' Oro' or in pots.

      30 seeds

      Gaillardia pinnatifida
        Code: KJT6-A8
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        Slender Gaillardia or Hopi Blanketflower or Red Dome Blanketflower Asteraceae:

        Perennials with bright yellow flowers around flat, brown-red center cones. The foliage is narrow and deeply cut. Does well in dry soils under hot conditions, not as a prolific bloomer as the others listed but does bloom in late spring and often into fall. Showy displays of flowers end 1 to 1.5 foot tall stems. Self seeds readily on open, sandy soils. Makes a nice addition along a gravely roadside. Where not winter hardy plants can be grown as annuals.

        Zones (4) 5-9

        100 seeds

        Gaillardia pulchella
          Code: GAPU-A8
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          Blanket Flower or Indian Blanket or Firewheel (gay-LAR-dee-uh:pul-KEL-uh) Asteraceae:

          This is the wild species from the Rocky Mountains, a useful wild flower for gardens, boulevard plantings and any other sunny dry location. Gaillardia pulchella has brilliant colored, daisy-like flowers. Short-lived perennials but self sowing on open ground, likes any sunny location with good soil drainage and on the dry side, best blooming in low nitrogen soils. For most, this is a reseeding annual that adds a lot of bright color to the landscape in late summer and fall. Plants grow 6 to 16 inches tall and make good cut flowers for a vase. Gaillardia pulchella is a salt tolerant species but is not tolerant of wet conditions.

          Zones 3-10 as an annual, 8-10 as a short-lived perennial.

          Native from Virginia to Florida and westward to Colorado and New Mexico and extending south into Mexico. Germination in less than two weeks at 73F. Surface sow the seeds, light needed for best results. As the seeds germinate in a week or so, add a very thin layer of soil medium to give the seedlings better contact with the soil for root growth.

          300 seeds

          Gaillardia pulchella 'Lorenziana Double Mix'
            Code: GPLM-A3
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            This annual has large rounded flower heads filled with flowers with quilled petals. Shades or red and gold on stems that grow up to 2 feet tall. Very nice cut flowers, grow in full sun in soils that are the dry side.

            300 seeds

            Gaillardia pulchella 'Plume Red'
              Code: GPPR-A9
              SKU: Lot A4 - 50 seeds
              Price: $2.00
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              An All-America Selections Winner: this annual blanket flower has red, double flowers, in ball shaped heads. Plants grow 10 inches tall.

              Annual

              50 seeds

              Gaillardia pulchella 'Plume Yellow'
                Code: GPLG-A9
                SKU: Lot A4 - 50 seeds
                Price: $2.00
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                Double, ball shaped yellow flowers. Plants grow 10 inches tall.

                Annual

                50 seeds

                Gaillardia pulchella 'Sundance Bicolor Mix'
                  Code: GPSM-A7
                  SKU: Lot A4 - 100 seeds
                  Price: $2.00
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                  Gaillardia pulchella 'Sundance Bicolor' produces 12 inch (12 in = 30.5 cm) tall plants with many large double, ball shaped blooms in a bicolor mix of red and yellow. A prolific bloomer with rounded full habit for pots, tubs, beds and borders. Flowers June to October.

                  Annuals.

                  100 seeds

                  Gaillardia x grandiflora 'Arizona Apricot'
                    Code: 9GAJ-A1
                    SKU: Lot A4 - 50 seeds
                    Price: $3.45
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                    Gaillardia x grandiflora 'Arizona Apricot' blooms at around 12 inches tall with 3 to 3.5 inch wide apricot flower heads. Flowers the first year. 2011 All America Selection.

                    50 seeds

                    Gaillardia x grandiflora 'Arizona Red Shades'
                      Code: GGAR-A9
                      SKU: Lot A4 - 50 seeds
                      Price: $3.95
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                      Same low growing plants as 'Arizona Sun', with abundantly produced flowers, but in different shades of red with yellow fringes.

                      50 seeds

                      Gaillardia x grandiflora 'Arizona Sun'
                        Code: 7HG5-A2
                        SKU: Lot A4 - 50 seeds
                        Price: $3.95
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                        These seeds produce nicely uniform plants with large three inch wide, reddish orange colored flowers that have golden-yellow ends. Plants bloom heavily the first year. Plants grow about 8inches tall and 10 inches wide and should be divided every third year. A Fleuroselect Gold Medal winner.

                        Zones 4-8

                        50 seeds

                        Gaillardia x grandiflora 'Burgundy'
                          Code: GA02-A2
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                          Wine red colored flowers produced on top of 3 foot tall stems, flowers are 3 inches wide. Use these plants in full sun in soils that are low in nitrogen, rich soils produce lots of foliage and less upright growth and fewer flowers, in rich soils the plants will need staking. Full sun, plants are drought tolerant once established. Divide up clumps or start new plants every three years. Nice fresh cutting material and plants will bloom the first year with an early sowing.

                          Zones 3-10

                          100 seeds

                          Gaillardia x grandiflora 'Dazzler'
                            Code: GA03-A8
                            SKU: Lot A3 - 50 seeds
                            Price: $2.00
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                            The flowers have yellow tips with large orange-red centers. Plants grow 2.5 to 3 feet tall and the flowers are 3 inches wide.

                            Zones 3-10

                            50 seeds

                            Gaillardia x grandiflora 'Maxima Aurea'
                              Code: 5GH2-A8
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                              Like 'Indian yellow' and 'Aurea Pura'

                              Pure yellow flowers with yellow centers, a bright and showy display in the sunny garden. Plants grow 24 to 30 inches tall.

                              Zones (4)5-9

                              Surface sow, light needed for best germination, starts in 10 days at F 70 and is spread-out over a few weeks.

                              50 seeds

                              Gaillardia x grandiflora 'Mesa Bright Bicolor'
                                Code: GGRB-A2
                                SKU: Lot A2 - 30 seeds
                                Price: $2.95
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                                Gaillardia 'Mesa Bright Bicolor' is a first year-flowering perennial with early-flowering and well-branched plants. The bright yellow flowers have a red band that varies in width depending on environmental conditions (the picture shows the plants with the least amount of red). Plants are uniform and are early-blooming, they are also well-branched and fill a gallon container quickly while maintaining a controlled height without “flopping” over. Plants grow about 16 inches tall.

                                Surface sow the seeds and gently tamp firmly into soil medium,light needed for best germination,starts in 10 days at F70 and is spread-out over a few weeks.

                                30 seeds

                                Gaillardia x grandiflora 'Mesa Peach'
                                  Code: GAL4
                                  SKU: Lot A4 - 30 seeds
                                  Price: $3.50
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                                  F1 Gaillardia from seed produces uniform plants which make then ideal for pots and as an edging in beds. Gaillardia x grandiflora 'Mesa Peach' is an attractive peach colored selection with darker peach centers, plants grow a bit shorter than the other colors in the 'Mesa' series and bloom a little sooner. Blooms the first year, nice upright stems with showy flowers on 10 to 12 inch tall stems. Very attractive used as a mass planting with each plant spaced out about 12 to 18 inches apart.

                                  Zones (4)5-9

                                  30 seeds

                                  Gaillardia x grandiflora 'Tokajer'
                                    Code: GA07-A8
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                                    Price: $1.55
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                                    Plants are free blooming with large orange-gold colored flowers on top of 2.5 to 3 foot tall stems, flowers are 3 inches wide. Good cutting material and does very well in the landscape. Drought tolerant plants that do best on lean soils. Heavy soils make for short lived plants and rich soils make for plants that produce a lot of foliage and flowering stems that flop. Easy to grow and undemanding plants that flower over a long period during summer, taking heat and drought. With regular deadheading plants will bloom all the way till frost. Short lived perennials, if left to them selves they grow and flower well for three years then become 'woody,' Then they do not over winter too well. But with division every two or three years you can keep the best colors and plants for ever.

                                    Zones 3-10

                                    50 seeds

                                    Galium verum
                                      Code: GALI-VE
                                      SKU: Lot A4 - 100 seeds
                                      Price: $2.00
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                                      Lady's Bedstraw or Yellow BedstrawGolden yellow flowersproduced from June until September, grows 1 tom 2.5 feet tall.

                                      Zones 3-8

                                      100+ seeds

                                      Gaura coccinea
                                        Code: GUAR-A3
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                                        [Oenothera suffrutescens] Scarlet Bee Blossom or Scarlet Gaura Onagraceae:

                                        Gaura coccinea is a pretty little North American native species, which is a colony-forming perennial that grows 1 to 2 feet tall. The branching stems have narrowly oblong leaves which may be covered with gray hairs. The flowers are Honeysuckle-like, produced in spike-like, reddish-pink, nodding racemes 1-12 inches long, flowering starts at the bottom of the spike and progresses upwards. Since only one ring of the flowers open at a time, the flower display is muted. The fragrant flowers are white, fading to pink and finally scarlet, all in the few hours over the day. The newly opened flowers open very late in the evening and attract night-flying moths, which are the main pollinators. Later the next morning the flowers become pink and in the sunlight the color intensifying. Suited for dry prairies, open wooded hillsides, and along roadsides, it is adaptable to a variety of soils.

                                        Zones 3-9

                                        Cover the seeds thinly with soil medium and keep at 50-76f for one week then move to 20-38F for 8 to 10 weeks, then move to 70F for germination. Or sow in the fall and overwinter outside for germination in the spring.

                                        50 seeds

                                        Gaura lindheimeri 'Summer Breeze'
                                          Code: GLSB-A1
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                                          This selection of Gaura is more winter hardy and has a more upright and sturdy habit than other selections. The plants grow 50 inches (1.27 m) tall by the third year, and grow 24 to 30 inches (76.2 cm) tall the first year. Blooms the first year with an early sowing. The flowers are pure white with pink stamen filaments, before the flowers open they are enclosed in pink tinted buds. This selection produces plants that are heavy bloomers and the flowers are produced continuously throughout the summer. Gaura lindheimeri 'Summer Breeze' is a drought and heat tolerant perennial with a shrub-like look. The seeds are large and easy to handle and can be sown one at a time in deep pots, or in place of growth in the garden. Place in an area that has well drained, sandy soil in full sun to partial shade. Best effect when planted in groups of three or five plants, with each spaced about 1.5 feet apart. In the fall the plants can be cut down to just above the soil surface, some self seeding occurs but generally not a problem.

                                          Zones 5-9

                                          The seeds of Gaura lindheimeri begin to germinate in 5 to 10 days, with some germination spread-out over many weeks. Thinly cover seeds with soil medium and use 65 to 75F (23.9C).

                                          25 seeds

                                          Gaura longiflora
                                            Code: GAUR-A9
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                                            Large flowering Gaura Onagraceae:

                                            Gaura longiflora can be an annual or a short lived perennial, it grows 3 to 6 feet tall. The herbage is hairy. The stems are more or less upright and much branched near the tops. The attractive and showy flowers are produced in long, slender spikes. The flowers are sessile, about 1 inch long; they have 4 sepals that are reddish in color. The 4 petals are up to 3/5 inch long, white in color and fading too pinkish as they mature. The long, clawed stamens add a fascinating feature to the flowering display, they protrude well past the petals. The plant habit and flowering nature make this plant best suited for a wild area or butterfly garden. The flowers are interesting but are not produced in sufficient amounts at any one time to put on a very showy display.

                                            Gaura longiflora naturally grows in dry, rocky prairies, or on open disturbed areas, along roadsides, and on other open disturbed soils.

                                            50 seeds

                                            Gazania linearis 'Colorado Gold'
                                              Code: GAX1
                                              SKU: Lot A3 - 20 seeds
                                              Price: $3.95
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                                              Asteraceae.

                                              Dark golden daisy flowers above dark green-cut leaves. Perennial with leaves crowded into a basal tuft, they are stemless or nearly so. Variable with lanceolate shaped and entire leaves to pinnately cut. Remove expired flowers regularly to encourage more flower development. Site the plants in an area with excellent winter drainage to prevent rotting, used to best advantage in a well-drained rock garden, gravel scree or alpine trough. Drought tolerant once established. Can be grown as a pot plant. Handsome.

                                              Zones (4)-7

                                              Germination starts in about two weeks at 60-68F, and is spread out over a few weeks. Cover seeds1/5inch deep- darkness helps with germination.

                                              20 seeds

                                              Gazania splendens hybrid 'Kiss Flame Mix'
                                                Code: GSKF-A2
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                                                Multiple blooms on strong stems.

                                                50 seeds

                                                Gazania splendens hybrid 'Kiss Frosty White Flame'
                                                  Code: GSD4-A2
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                                                  50 seeds

                                                  Gentiana gracilipes
                                                    Code: GH8K-A3
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                                                    Grows 10 inches tall with purple-blue colored flowers.

                                                    100+ seeds

                                                    Gentiana lutea
                                                      Code: 46TF-A3
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                                                      Great Yellow Gentian or Yellow Gentian or Bitter Root or Bitterwort or Centiyane or Genciana

                                                      Gentiana lutea grows to 3 to 5 feet tall, with broad lanceolate to elliptic leaves 10�30 cm long and 4�12 cm broad. The flowers are yellow and arranged into whorls around the upright stems.

                                                      Native to the mountains of central and southern Europe, where it grows in grassy alpine and sub-alpine pastures, usually on calcareous soils.

                                                      100 seeds

                                                      Gentiana straminea
                                                        Code: 96G4-A3
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                                                        Gentiana straminea is a perennial growing 10-35 cm tall with white to straw colored, upright facing flowers. The flowers are produced in showy clusters at the ends of the somewhat lax stems in late summer. The delicately marked flowers top arching stems that have fleshy, broadly lanceolate leaves. The basal leaves are linear-lancelate shaped and up to 22 cm long, the leaves on the stems are a few and oppositely arranged. An easily cultivated gentian species that does best in a rich, well-drained soil in full sun to light shade. Gentiana straminea is a nice addition to a rock garden or mixed with other short perennials in a border. Not as showy as some other gentian species but charming in its own way.

                                                        Native to China and Nepal, where it is found growing along streams, in valleys, on rocky slopes, in alpine meadows, scrub, forests, and clearings in forests.

                                                        (4)5-8

                                                        100 seeds

                                                        Gentiana tibetica
                                                          Code: 653G-A3
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                                                          Price: $2.40
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                                                          (jen-shee-AN-uh: ti-BET-ee-ka) Gentianaceae:

                                                          Greenish-yellow to creamy-white colored flowers on plants that grow 2 feet tall. One of the easer larger hardy gentians to grow and long lived. The flowers are produced in terminal clusters and are trumpet-shaped and cream colored. Blooming may start in mid summer, early autumn. The attractive thick fleshy stems produce tough leathery leaves along their lengths.

                                                          Zones 3-7

                                                          Native to Tibet, Bhutan, Sikkim and Nepal.

                                                          100+seeds

                                                          Geranium 'Mixed Species and Hybrids'
                                                            Code: GEX1-A8
                                                            SKU: Lot A4 - 35 seeds
                                                            Price: $3.90
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                                                            A wide ranging mix and a good way to start a collection of plants with showy flowers and a number with attractive foliage too. Includes many rarely offered selections. Most Geranium species produce few seeds and they are a challenge to collect, so they are rarely sold as seed, though there are many species that are attractive garden plants and should be offered - so they end up in this mix. We have increased the number of seeds per packet so that a good range of species and hybrids can be obtained. Some are not hardy in zones 4, and a few are not hardy in zone 5. Most seeds are large and easy to germinate and the plants are easy to take care.

                                                            Thinly cover seeds and use 70-75F days and 50-55F nights, Seal in a plastic bag to keep humidity up, Germination in 5-60 days. Might be helpful to soak the seeds in warm water for 24 hours first. Grow seedling out on the cool side, 60F is good.

                                                            35 seeds

                                                            Geranium aristatum
                                                              Code: GEAR-A8
                                                              SKU:
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                                                              An unusual geranium with nodding flowers and backward petals like a cyclamen. grows 1 to 2 feet tall and blooms in early summer. The flower are a soft lilac with darker purple veining. An attractive plant for the woodland plant. Grows well in most soils with some humus, place in part sun to open shade.

                                                              Zones 7-9

                                                              Native to Southern Albania, Yugoslavia, Greece.

                                                              6 seeds

                                                              Geranium bohemicum
                                                                Code: GB54-A8
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                                                                Small violet-blue flowers veined deeper blue are cup shaped and produced in mid spring. Short lived perennial to biennial but self seeds. Native from Scandinavia to eastern and central Europe, Balkans. Flowering with in one year. Sow at 55ºF, if no germination after 4 weeks, Move to 24-38F for 6 weeks, then back to 55F. High temps will prevent germination.

                                                                10 seeds
                                                                Geranium bohemicum 'Orchid Blue'
                                                                  Code: GE02-B8
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                                                                  A short lived perennial that self seeds easily enough to establish a nice presence in the garden under the right conditions. Plants grow from 12 to 128 inches tall when in flower and have blue flowers with some purple-violet veining. Use in a sunny location that is well drained but moisture retentive. Plants bloom from mid spring to mid summer and will flower the first year from an early sowing - grow out cool for best results - so a mid winter sowing works very well.

                                                                  Zones 3-8.

                                                                  Sow at 55ºF, if no germination after 4 weeks, Move to 24-38F for 6 weeks, then back to 55F. High temps will prevent germination.

                                                                  10 seeds

                                                                  Geranium palustre
                                                                    Code: GEPA-A8
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                                                                    Price: $3.00
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                                                                    Marsh Cranesbill (jer-AY-nee-um: pal-US-tree) Geraniaceae:

                                                                    A long-flowering species with purple flowers that have darker veins. It is an attractive species for gardens and suitable for a rockery/scree or the front of a border.

                                                                    Zones 7-10

                                                                    10 seeds

                                                                    Geranium pratense 'Mrs. Kendall Clark'
                                                                      Code: GPKC-A2
                                                                      SKU: Lot A6 - 10 seeds
                                                                      Price: $3.95
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                                                                      Meadow Cranesbill [Geranium pratense 'Mrs Kendall Clarke'] (jer-AY-nee-um: pray-TEN-see) Geraniaceae:

                                                                      The Royal Horticultural Society have Geranium pratense 'Mrs. Kendall Clark' their prestigious Award of Garden Merit (AGM). Plants have soft blue colored flowers that are stripped with soft pinkish blue veins. A nice form of Geranium pretense with sky-blue colored, cup-shaped flowers with attractive veining. A little shorter growing than the normal forms of the species and later to bloom. It is less likely to need staking and will re-bloom if deadheaded or cut back heavily. Plants grow 2 to 3 feet tall and flower from late spring to late summer, after blooming trim back to tidy up clumps. Grow in sun to part shade in moisture retentive but well drained soils. A worthwhile novelty Geranium for growing in the perennial border or for the open woodland garden. Plants sometimes self seed but not aggressively; seedlings mostly come true to type unless grown near other forms of the species. The seedlings need 2 years of growth before they large enough to flower well from seed, some blooming the second year. Long lived once established. Seeds are good sized and plants can be planted out after a month or two of growth. Grow in full sun or part shade in moist but well draining soils. Grows in heavy clay or chalky soils. Once established will survive drought conditions or periods of wetness.

                                                                      Zones 4-9

                                                                      10 seeds

                                                                      Geranium pratense 'Painters Palette'
                                                                        Code: GERP-A6
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                                                                        A choice collection of all the flower colors that this species cones in,including the splashed types. White, pink, rose, lilac and light to dark blue.

                                                                        10 seeds

                                                                        Geranium pratense Var. striatum 'Splish Splash'
                                                                          Code: GPSS-A9
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                                                                          White to very soft blue tinted flowers with dark to medium blue stripes, specks and blots-producing the effect that someone has used a paint brush and painted the flowers here and there(think drop cloth like stains.) A novelty flower in full sun in moisture retentive soils that are well drained or light shade.

                                                                          Zones 4-9

                                                                          10 seeds

                                                                          Geranium pyrenaicum 'Album'
                                                                            Code: GEPY-A9
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                                                                            30 seeds

                                                                            Geranium sanguineum 'Vision'
                                                                              Code: GSV5-A2
                                                                              SKU: Lot A6 - 10 seeds
                                                                              Price: $3.50
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                                                                              Bloody Cranes Bill

                                                                              10 to 24 inch wide clumps with nicely attractive foliage that is topped off with 1.5 inch round cup like flowers of bright rosy-purple coloration. This species forms slowly spreading clumps that develop into very attractive carpets of six to ten inch tall foliage with showy flowers interspersed just above the foliage. Long blooming from mid spring to mid summer. Great used as an edging or used intermixed with large rocks. Sow in moist medium and put in the fridge for four weeks. Germination in 3-100 days at F 65. I sow mine in a bag as above but leave the seed in my cold fridge (33-35F) until the seed starts to germinate: about two months, once seedlings have a root, I move them to a pot and keep them at F 55 for a few weeks until I have leaves. Plants will bloom in three months from germination and should be grown in full sun in well draining but moisture retentive soils, in a shady location the foliage can develop black spots and fall off the plant, but I must say that these seed raised plants look a lot better than the named cultivated clones on the market. Plants have stayed attractive all season long, looking good even in the fall with large attractive green leaves that often turn a bright reddish color.

                                                                              Zones 4-7.

                                                                              10 seeds

                                                                              Geranium sanguineum 'Visions Pink'
                                                                                Code: GE89
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                                                                                'Bloody Cranes Bill'

                                                                                Plants grow 10 to 24 inch wide clumps with nicely attractive foliage that is topped off with 1.5 inch round cup like flowers in pink shades. This species forms slowly spreading clumps that develop into very attractive carpets of six to ten inch tall foliage with showy flowers interspersed just above the foliage. Long blooming from mid spring to mid summer. Great used as an edging or used intermixed with large rocks. Sow in moist medium and put in the fridge for four weeks. Germination in 3-100 days at F 65. I sow mine in a bag as above but leave the seed in my cold fridge (33-35F) until the seed starts to germinate: about two months, once seedlings have a root, I move them to a pot and keep them at F 55 for a few weeks until I have leaves. Plants will bloom in three months from germination and should be grown in full sun in well draining but moisture retentive soils, in a shady location the foliage can develop black spots and fall off the plant, but I must say that these seed raised plants look a lot better than the named cultivated clones on the market. Plants have stayed attractive all season long, looking good even in the fall with large attractive green leaves that often turn a bright reddish color.

                                                                                Zones 4-7.

                                                                                10 seeds.
                                                                                Geranium sessiliflorum form nigricans
                                                                                  Code: GWSF-A7
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                                                                                  Plants with small white flowers and bronze tinted foliage.

                                                                                  20 seeds

                                                                                  Geranium yoshinoi
                                                                                    Code: GEYO-A7
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                                                                                    Plants with soft pink colored flowers, growing about 15 inches tall.

                                                                                    Zones 5-9.

                                                                                    6 seeds.
                                                                                    Geum chiloense 'Lady Stratheden'
                                                                                      Code: GCLS-A3
                                                                                      SKU: Lot A3 - 50 seeds
                                                                                      Price: $2.00
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                                                                                      Geum chiloense 'Lady Stratheden' is long blooming perennial grows about 2 feet tall amd begins flowering in late spring and blooms until late summer. The bright yellow flowers are semi-double and held upright on branched stems. Evergreen in milder climates. Grow in average soil in full sun. Best to divide up plants every two years otherwise plants decline after the third year.

                                                                                      Zones 5-10

                                                                                      50 seeds

                                                                                      Geum chiloense 'Mrs. Bradshaw'
                                                                                        Code: 1DS5-A1
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                                                                                        (GAY-um: ki-lo-EN-se) Rosaceae:

                                                                                        From England comes this seed that produces vigorous growing 20 to 26 inch tall plants with many double, bright vivid-red flowers. Plants will bloom all summer in moisture retentive soils that are well draining. Plants bloom the first year.

                                                                                        Zones (4)5-7

                                                                                        Surface sow, Light needed for best germination, use F 70. Germination in 3-4 weeks. First Year Flowering, start early for many weeks of bloom. Geum chiloense is native to Chile.

                                                                                        50 seeds

                                                                                        Geum triflorum
                                                                                          Code: 5GHF-A1
                                                                                          SKU: Lot A4 - 100 seeds
                                                                                          Price: $3.15
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                                                                                          Prairie Smoke(GAY-um: tri-FLOOR-um) ROSACEAE:

                                                                                          Early blooming prairie plants with pink-reddish flowers and wispy silver pink seed heads. This plant is native to the central states of the USA. Nice plants for a little short grassy area mixed in with Antennaria and Pulsatilla. Nice used as an edging or mixed in the rock garden. ring plants are 6-12 inches tall and form short ground hugging rosettes of pinnately dissected grayish green leaves that are 6 inches long. Leaves are softly covered in hairs. This Geum Blooms in May-June. Great looking ground cover too. Plant in a fertile well drained soil in full sun. Does not like to be to wet in winter. Plants can be divided in the spring after flowering. Flowers are not bright in color but are charming, once flowering is done silver seed tails are formed. These tails are long and in a mass they look like smoke rising up from the ground- hence the name 'Prairie Smoke' this is one of those native novelty plants, if your tastes run only to the bright and gaudy, then it is not for you, but if you like different and unique plants to mix in here and there in your landscape give this one a try. It thrives in full sun or bright open shade and is drought tolerant, growing well even in dry, rocky soils. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies.

                                                                                          Zones 3-8

                                                                                          Geum triflorum is native to the USA from Michigan and Illinois west to Washington, and south to California and New Mexico, where it is found growing in prairies. Best sown with some moist soil and put for 6 weeks at 32-39F, move to 68F for germination.

                                                                                          100 seeds

                                                                                          Gladiolus palustris
                                                                                            Code: GLADPA
                                                                                            SKU: Lot A3 - 20 seeds
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                                                                                            One to two foot tall spikes of wine-rose colored flowers.

                                                                                            20 seeds

                                                                                            Goniolimon tataricum - German Statice
                                                                                              Code: 585T-A2
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                                                                                              [Limonium tataricum] German Statice Plumbaginaceae:

                                                                                              The 12 to 18 inch tall flowering stems are attractive both when used as fresh cut material and dried. the flowers look white from a distance but have a pink tint to them when seen closer. Grows from a flat cluster of foliage.

                                                                                              Zones 4-10

                                                                                              100 seeds

                                                                                              Gypsophila cerastioides
                                                                                                Code: GC43-A6
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                                                                                                Loose open mats of semi-evergreen foliage. The leaves are small and the flowers are open panicles of trumpet-shaped white flowers with reddish-purple colored veins. When blooming the plants have white colored, clouds of flowers just above the foliage. As the flowers age they develop a pinkish cast to them. Plants grow 2 inches tall and make a nice ground cover in the rock garden or as filler in amongst large stones or paving stones. The clumps grow 6 or 7 inches wide and bloom from late spring to mid summer.

                                                                                                Zones(3)5-8

                                                                                                Gypsophila cerastioides is native to the Himalayan Mountains. Lightly cover seeds with soil medium and use F. 55-65, with germination spread out over a number of weeks.

                                                                                                100 seeds

                                                                                                Gypsophila cerastioides 'Pixie Splash'
                                                                                                  Code: GYP7-A2
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                                                                                                  Gypsophila cerastioides 'Pixie Splash' grows 4 inches tall and 6 inches wide, the plants have white flowers that are flashed with pink. Drought tolerant with an attractive mounding habit.

                                                                                                  Zones 4-8

                                                                                                  50 seeds

                                                                                                  Gypsophila pacifica
                                                                                                    Code: GY98
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                                                                                                    Pink Babies Breath

                                                                                                    Caryophyllaceae:

                                                                                                    Soft pink colored flowers produced in clouds on plants that grow 3 feet by 3 feet. The foliage has a blue-green cast to it and the stems are many branched. Intolerant of wetness, which will cause root rot. For best flowering do not fertilize. Grow in full sun in soils with good drainage.

                                                                                                    Zones 3-8

                                                                                                    Gypsophila pacifica is native to eastern Asia. Germination starts in one to three weeks, and sometimes spread out over a few weeks.

                                                                                                    100 seeds

                                                                                                    Gypsophila repens 'Filou White'
                                                                                                      Code: GYFW-A9
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                                                                                                      This selection blooms for months with many small white flowers. The plants can grow in varied soil conditions. The plants are well branched and have a dense habit. Good subjects for mixed containers, as fillers in large pots and troughs, or as an overhanging plant. Also attractive in rock gardens and landscape borders.

                                                                                                      Zones 3-8

                                                                                                      Thinly cover seeds with soil medium and use 55 to 67F (67F = 19.4C) with germination Starting in two weeks and spread-out over a few weeks.

                                                                                                      100 seeds

                                                                                                      Gypsophila elegans 'Crimson'
                                                                                                        Code: GYPEC
                                                                                                        SKU: Lot A4 - 200 seeds
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                                                                                                        (jip-SOF-il-uh: ELL-eh-ganz) Caryophyllaceae:

                                                                                                        This annual Babies Breath has red flowers, and makes a very nice subject for cutting. Gypsophila elegans is an annual baby's breath grows 1-3 feet tall. The plants should be spaced 15 to 20 inches apart, to produce the best flower displays, which are mounds of fluffy clouds. Plants bloom from late spring into the fall. Best planted in full sun is soils that have good drainage are slightly alkaline. In hot climates, give some shade in the afternoon. Cutting promotes reblooming. Flowers are used in both fresh and dried arrangements. Those that use the plants for cutting material often use successive sowing ever 2-3 weeks to produce a steady supply of cutting material until fall.

                                                                                                        Annual

                                                                                                        200 seeds