Helenium autumnale
    Code: 121H-A3
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    This is the true wild species with yellow flowers, some with brown markings. Plants should be grown in moisture retentive soils in full sun, blooms late summer and early fall. Very attractive wild flower to butterflies and a nice addition to the lakeshore planting or along a pond. Use in full sun to part shade. Plants grow best amongst other dense plants, since some of the plants tend to be on the floppy side.

    Zones 3-9

    lightly cover seeds and use F 70, germination spread out over next 7 to 45 days.

    1,000 seeds

    Helenium autumnale 'Helena Gold'
      Code: HGF5-A9
      SKU: Lot A4 - 50 seeds
      Price: $2.55
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      Plants grow a bit shorter than many other seed raised plants, with this selection reaching about 4 feet. Many bright, showy, daisy-like flowers in shades of yellow-gold. Well, branched stems and upright habit. Puts on a bright display that can be seen from a good distance away. large showy flowers produced in abundance on upright stems. Flowers the secound year. Plants are best when divided up every few years.

      Zones 3-8

      50 seeds

      Helenium autumnale 'Red & Gold Hybrids'
        Code: HARG-A2
        SKU: Lot A4 - 100 seeds
        Price: $1.98
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        'Sneezeweed' or 'Helen's Flower' (hell-EE-nee-um: au-tum-NAIL-ee)

        Most likely a hybrid cross from a few different species but sold under this name. Plants grow 3 to 4 feet tall. They have many daisy-like flowers with smooth cone-like centers. The flowers are different shades of red and gold, plus combinations of attractive bicolors. Butterflies and birds love this plant and they make nice cut flowers too. Blooms in late summer and early fall. Will bloom the second year. Flowering stems can be shorted by topping off the plant in late June, just pinch off the top growing point, which produces a more branched flowering display. Plants do not cause people to sneeze but bloom the same time many of the ragweed's do.
        The genus is named after Helen of Troy and the species name means 'of the fall' because plants bloom in the fall. Full sun in moist soils but doing very well in normal good garden soils. Divide up clumps every three years by simply digging them up in spring and pulling them apart and replanting.

        Zones 3-8

        Native to eastern and south central united states. Surface sow seeds, light needed for best germination. Use F 70, 10-18 days.

        100 seeds

        Helenium flexuosum
          Code: 1HEF
          SKU: Lot A4 - 100 seeds
          Price: $2.35
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          Purple-headed Sneezeweed (hell-EN-ee-um: flex-you-OH-some) Asteraceae:

          Helenium flexuosum is typically early summer blooming with yellow flowers that have brownish-purple tinted central discs. A useful plant for growing in damp soils. Plants grow 2 to 3 feet (3 ft = 91.4 cm) tall and about 2 feet (2 ft = 61 cm) wide, the plants have many branched paniculiform arrays with flowers widely dispersed, giving the blooming plants an open neat appearance. For the best effect, in late June cut the plants in half to give them a more full look and a more sturdy upright habit. They are nice attractive additions to the flower bed.

          Zones (4)5-9



          Lightly cover seeds and use 70F (70 F = 21.1 C) to 78, Germination starts in 7 to 10 days.

          100 seeds

          Helenium hoopesii
            Code: HH55-A9
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            Price: $2.40
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            [Hymenoxys hoopesii] Orange Sneezeweed or Owl's-claws (hel-EE-nee-um: who-PESS-ee-eye) Asteraceae:

            This species is a little more refined than the one above, rich golden-yellow flowers are 3 inches wide and daisy like. Plants grow 30 inches tall. Makes a good cut flower. Will flower the same year sown if done in mid spring. This species grows in low moist areas but will take driers soil than the other species. Not for soils that are waterlogged or flooded for any length of time. Plants grow from taproots and propagation by seeds, not by division like other helenium.

            Zones 3-7

            Native to western North America. Lightly cover seeds with soil medium and use F 70 to 78, germination in 7 to 45 days.

            100 seeds

            Helianthus annuus 'Teddy Bear'
              Code: HE45-A1
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              Price: $1.65
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              Double yellow flower heads, plants grow 2 to 3 feet tall, with a lot of sun they grow about 18 inches tall and make nice potted plants for the table or entry way.. Nice selection for large pots and containers, also nice as a cut flower. Plants produce multiple flowers per stem. If grown in pot use only one plant per pot. Outstanding as a cut flower in a large vase. Best results in full sun, but will grow in light shade also. Sow seeds in spring after the soil has warmed up for flowering in about three months. Sowings in early summer will produce blooming plants in late summer and early fall. Drought tolerant plants that do well in most soils. Birds will love the seeds as they ripen in late summer.

              Annual

              50 seeds

              Helianthus giganteus
                Code: HL38
                SKU: Lot A4 - 100 seeds
                Price: $2.00
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                Tall Sunflower or Giant Sunflower Asteraceae:

                Plants grow 6 to 15 feet (15 ft = 4.57 m) tall, produce many sunflower heads in late summer and fall. Flower heads are large with ray florets golden yellow and disk florets yellow to dull yellow. The stems are rough and often tinted red. The leaves are elongated and lanceolate shaped, and attached directly to the stem, some leaves may have a very short leaf petiole. The leaf margins are finely toothed. Prefers moist soils in full sun. Plants can be aggressive growing and often spread by way of rhizomatous stems, forming large dense colonies. Birds love the seeds in the fall and early winter.

                Cover seeds and use 45 to 55F (55 F = 12.8 C) with germination starting in 5 to 24 days and spread out over many weeks. If little germ. move to 27 to 39F (39F = 3.9 C) for 6 weeks.

                100 seeds

                Helianthus laetiflorus
                  Code: V4HJ-A9
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                  [Helianthus pauciflorus subsp. subrhomboideus X H. tuberosus] Showy Sunflower Asteraceae:

                  A very large and showy species. This North American native sunflower has many bright yellow flowers that have dark black centers. Plants grow from 4 to 8 feet tall and bloom in late summer, after flowering is done the seeds are feed upon by migrating birds. Best in dry, sandy or loamy soils even doing well in clay soils. Drought tolerant. Should be given plenty of room to spread-out, plants have spreading underground rhizomes that will enlarge the plant each year. Grow with other large sun loving perennials in the back of a mixed border or use has a mass planting along a fence or in amongst a collection of large ornamental grasses. A very useful plant for a garden used to attract wildlife, such as birds and insects.

                  Zones 4-8

                  Cover seeds and use 45-55F, with germination starting in 5 to 24 days and spread out over many weeks. If little germination move to 27-39F for 6 weeks.

                  100+ seeds

                  Helianthus mollis
                    Code: 110A
                    SKU: Lot A4 - 100 seeds
                    Price: $2.00
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                    Downy Sunflower or Hairy Sunflower or Ashy Sunflower (hee-lee-AN-thus: MAW-liss) Asteraceae:

                    Helianthus mollis is an attractive perennial growing 2 to 5 feet tall with stout, simple or sparingly branched stems. The herbage is gray-green and covered with short, soft, silvery colored hairs. The leaves are broadly heart-shaped at the base, ovate or ovate-lanceolate in shape and are closely sessile and somewhat clasping around the stem. The flowers heads are solitary or sometimes produced in groups of 2 or 3, with disk rays butter yellow. Helianthus mollis flowers in mid to late summer. Slowly spreads by way of short creeping rhizomes. Best in full sun on soils that are nitrogen poor, grow dry. Rich garden soils with plenty of moisture will cause heavy blooming and flopping of the plants. Migrating goldfinches love to eat the seeds.

                    Zones 4-9

                    Native from Ohio to Georgia west to Iowa Missouri and Texas, where it is found in dry, rocky soils in open locations.

                    100 seeds

                    Helianthus nuttallii
                      Code: 505H-A6
                      SKU: Lot A4 - 200 seeds
                      Price: $2.00
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                      200 seeds

                      Helianthus petiolaris
                        Code: 504H-A3
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                        Prairie Sunflower

                        Annuals. Flowering summer to fall and found on dry, open ground.

                        100 seeds

                        Helianthus pumilus
                          Code: 502H-A3
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                          Little sunflower Asteraceae:

                          Flowering late summer. This perennial species grows 15 to 30 inches tall. The herbage is coarsely textured with a sandpaper feel to it. Blooms early to late summer. The bright yellow flowers are produced over silver gray plants.

                          Native from Colo., Wyo. were it is found on dry, rocky soil in open areas

                          100 seeds

                          Helichrysum plicatum
                            Code: HELP-A9
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                            Price: $2.65
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                            Turkish Helichrysum Asteraceae:

                            Here is an evergreen, shrubby rock garden perennial; it grows into a low, bushy mound of silver-gray leaves that look somewhat like Lavender. Plants grow 8 inches tall and spread-out about 12 inches wide. The small yellow flowers are produced in tight head-like clusters at the ends of the stems and bloom in mid to late summer. Grow in full sun under warm conditions, good for a sunny rock garden, alpine trough garden or gravel scree. Sharp drainage, especially in wet winter regions is a must. Plants can be pruned back lightly in spring but should not be cut back more than half. Drought tolerant once established.

                            Native from remote mountains of North Lebanon, were it is rare.

                            100 seeds

                            Heliopsis helianthoides
                              Code: HEHE-A9
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                              Price: $2.65
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                              Smooth Oxeye or False Sunflower Asteraceae:

                              Gold-yellow daisy-like flowers heads with orange-tinted ray and disk flower , long blooming season during the summer. Easy to grow but best in moisture retentive soils. Grows 3 to 4 feet tall. Grows in full sun to part shade.

                              300 seeds

                              Heliopsis helianthoides scabra 'New Hybrids'
                                Code: HE25-A2
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                                Different shades from lemon yellow to orange-yellow and apricot, includes semi to fully double flowers. A showy selection of this North American native species, with large 4-inch wide flower heads. Plants grow around 4 feet tall. Easy to grow and does well in dry soil.

                                Zones 4-9

                                50 seeds

                                Heliotropium arborescens 'Marine'
                                  Code: HEMA-A3
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                                  Heliptrope

                                  Deep blue colored flowers over dark tinted, wrinkled foliage. Plants grow 16 to 24 inches (24 in = 61 cm) tall. Nice form for pots and the landscape, providing a pleasant scent to the garden or as a cut flower.

                                  Zones 10-11, in other areas grow as a summer bedding annual, in containers or as a houseplant.

                                  50 seeds

                                  Heliotropium arborescens 'Mini Marine'
                                    Code: HAMM-A3
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                                    Heliotrope

                                    This tender perennial grows fast and makes a choice mass planting or houseplant or pot plant for the patio. This selection grows 8 to 10 inches tall and has deep dark purple flowers that are very fragrant. I like the wrinkled looking leaves too, which are a dark greenish purple color. The stems become woody and if you are keeping the plants for more than one year, they should be cut back. Heliotropium arborescens is best when grown in full sun in soils that are moist but not wet. Trim back the stems to form a more full top and shorter, stockier plants. Cuttings can be rooted and grown inside over winter.

                                    Surface sow seeds, light needed for best germination, use F 75, germination in 2 to 3 weeks. Hardy in Zone 10, other wise take inside for winter or grow as an annual. The species is native from Peru. Germination in less than 2 weeks at 68-75F, rapid germination, but some seeds might be erratic and spread out over a few weeks, grow seedlings out cooler, say around 55F, to keep plants from becoming leggy inside.

                                    50 seeds

                                    Heracleum maximum
                                      Code: HMAA-A8
                                      SKU: Lot A5 - 50 seeds
                                      Price: $2.95
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                                      'Cow Parsnip'(hair-uh-KLEE-um: MAKS-ih-mum) Apiaceae:

                                      A large North American native species that can grow 8 feet tall. Plants have large umbels of white flowers; the leaves are large and divided into lobes. The stems are stout and plants are upright growing and succulent-like. Gloves should be worn when handling this plant since some people are very sensitive to the chemicals produced by this plant. When the chemicals come in contact with the skin in the presences of sunlight, they cause burning and blistering of the skin. Heracleum maximum has a deep tap root, so should be planted were they are to remain. Some self seeding were happy. Best when grown in part shade. Cow Parsnip is often a biennial or monocarpic, growing vegetatively during the first year and completing its life cycle the second year.

                                      Zones 3-9

                                      40 seeds

                                      Heuchera 'Malachite'
                                        Code: HEMA-A1
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                                        Fleuroselect Award Winner. Deep green, curly leaves, growing 6 to 10 inches tall. A pot or garden subject with heavily curled leaves and good weather tolerance.

                                        Zones 4-9

                                        100 seeds

                                        Heuchera 'Melting Fire' pellets
                                          Code: HMFP-A2
                                          SKU: Lot A4 - 50 seeds
                                          Price: $4.95
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                                          Fleuroselect Award Winner, and Fleuroselect has this to say "strong garden performance and good weather tolerance. Beautiful, large plants display strong curled leaves in an intense purple-red. The young leaves on the full-grown plants are bright blood red, which offers an exciting “hot” centre in each plant for a great contrast in mixed containers." New leaves are a fiery red color, aging to a dark bronze red. Heuchera 'Melting Fire' has small, white colored flowers, on 17-inch tall stems. Very nice with heavily ruffled red foliage.



                                          50 multi-seeded pellets

                                          Heuchera 'Newest Mixed Hybrids'
                                            Code: HE57-A8
                                            SKU: Lot A6 - 200 seeds
                                            Price: $2.65
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                                            This seed produces a mix of plants with colorful leaves and/or showy flowers. Flower colors range from white to red with flowering stem reaching from 8 to 20 inches tall. The foliage colors range from solid green to bronze-red to silver striped and marbled to red. Stems are colorful too. Some of the leaves have very thick substance, and to me smell like green bananas. A very nice way to grow a range of different Coral bells, and some of the plants could even be worth naming. The color of the foliage develops as plants become larger, the first year some plants will not show color but the second year will show off their true nature. Use these plants in a sunny location that has some afternoon shade, in the south more shade is beneficial. Recommended.

                                            Zones 4-9

                                            Surface sow, seed is very small, keep medium moist at all times but not wet. Use glass or plastic to cover trays or pots. Germination at F 65, in 1-6 weeks. Germination is spread-out over many weeks -- Sow thinly so the older plants will not smoother out the later germinating seeds. Seedlings are slow to take off for the first few weeks; they start off as small flat clusters of leaves no larger than a pinhead. Once they are the size of a nickel they are fast growing. Some nice sized plants are produced in only four months. Keep the soil medium moist and once seedlings start to grow keep well feed with a weak fertilizer solution. I move them to pots once they are a few inches tall or they can be planted into the landscape.

                                            200 seeds

                                            Heuchera americana 'Palace Purple Select'
                                              Code: HE86-A1
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                                              Price: $2.45
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                                              100+ seeds

                                              Heuchera pulchella
                                                Code: 73GD-A3
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                                                Price: $2.50
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                                                Sandia Alumroot Saxifragaceae:

                                                Plants have pink, bell like flowers on short stems that grow from 7 to 18 inches tall. Heuchera pulchella is an attractive rock garden subject.

                                                Zones (7)8-9

                                                A rare plant native to New Mexico, were it is found on Limestone cliffs.

                                                100+ seeds

                                                Heuchera sanguinea 'Bressingham Hybrids'
                                                  Code: HE38-A6
                                                  SKU: Lot A4 - 300 seeds
                                                  Price: $2.00
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                                                  Compact plants with low dense foliage producing mounded clumps of medium green colored, scalloped leaves. The flower colors include coral, white and crimson. The bell shaped flowers are clustered at the end of 2-foot tall stems. Blooms early summer. Nice cut flowers and showy in the sunny garden.

                                                  3000 seeds

                                                  Heuchera sanguinea 'FireFly'
                                                    Code: 12KL
                                                    SKU: Lot A4 - 300 seeds
                                                    Price: $2.10
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                                                    Saxifragaceae:

                                                    Heuchera sanguinea 'FireFly' is the English translation of the correct name which is Heuchera sanguinea 'Leuchtkafer'. Blooms produced on 15 inch tall stems over more-or-less ever green foliage. In the garden the flowering stems are about two feet tall and the Flowers are bright crimson red-color. This selection is very good bloomer, with a heavy display in late spring with some repeat blooming during the summer. The foliage is also tinted, making the clumps an attractive addition to the landscape.

                                                    Zones 3-8

                                                    300 seeds

                                                    Heuchera sanguinea 'Sioux Falls'
                                                      Code: HE47-A8
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                                                      Price: $2.25
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                                                      Heuchera sanguinea 'Sioux Falls' grows 24 to 30 inches tall with bright-red bells over deep-green colored leaves. Plants do best in organic soils that are well draining in full sun to partial shade. Use in the front-of-the-border or as edging plants or islands of mass plantings.

                                                      Zones 4-8

                                                      100 seeds

                                                      Heuchera sanguinea 'Vivid'
                                                        Code: HSV4-A8
                                                        SKU: Lot A4 - 1000 seeds
                                                        Price: $2.65
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                                                        Crimson-red flowers on 18 inch tall stems. Nice compact foliage. Low growing plants with tall stems nice for cutting.

                                                        Zones 4-8

                                                        1,000+ seeds

                                                        Heuchera villosa var. macrorhiza  'Autumn Bride'
                                                          Code: HE43-A7
                                                          SKU: Lot A4 - 300 seeds
                                                          Price: $2.95
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                                                          Saxifragaceae:

                                                          Heuchera villosa var. macrorhiza has attractive displays of many small whit flowers produced in what looks like a cloud. Good for cutting. Plants have 2 to 2.7 feet tall flowering stems and have larger than other Coral Bell leaves. The foliage is bright green, and covered with many short hairs. 'Autumn Bride' blooms in late summer. The foliage is attractive with rounded lobes.

                                                          Zones 4-9

                                                          Surface sow, seed is very small, keep medium moist at all times but not wet. Use glass or plastic to cover trays or pots. Germination at F 65 in 1-6 weeks. When sowing the seeds spread them out over a wide area, since germination is spread-out over a number of weeks the first seedlings to germinate can smoother out the later germinating seeds.

                                                          Zones 4-9

                                                          300 seeds

                                                          Hibiscus 'Carolina Mixed'
                                                            Code: HG43-A3
                                                            SKU: Lot A3 - 10 seeds
                                                            Price: $2.95
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                                                            A mix of pink and red colored shades, Giant 9 inch wide flowers. Plants grow 20 inches tall and blooming well the first year, after plants are established they will grow 24-38 inches tall.

                                                            10 seeds

                                                            Hibiscus acetosella 'Mahogany Splendor'
                                                              Code: HIBA-A2
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                                                              Hibiscus acetosella 'Mahogany Splendor' grows 3 to 5 feet tall and has deep burgundy, maple-shaped leaves with serrated edges. An attractive Japanese-maple like plant for the landscape or large pots and cantainers. It is drought and heat-resistant and can be grown in shallow water as a pond plant. Deer resistant. The foliage will have richest burgundy color in full sun. Grown as annuals, they are fast growing from seed.

                                                              Zones 9-10

                                                              10 seeds

                                                              Hibiscus laevis
                                                                Code: HL64
                                                                SKU: Lot A4 - 50 seeds
                                                                Price: $2.65
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                                                                Smooth Rose Mallow

                                                                Malvaceae:

                                                                Zone 4-9

                                                                50 seeds

                                                                Hibiscus lasiocarpus
                                                                  Code: HGS2-A9
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                                                                  Hairy Rosa Mallow or Rose-Mallow or Swamp Mallow

                                                                  Here is a tall, showy native wildflower with large, 6 inch wide flowers. The flowers are a rosy-pink color with wine-red colored centers. The large heart-shaped leaves are attractive too. Plants bloom in late summer and a few plants will have white flowers with wine-red centers. They grow best in moist, humus-rich soil in full sun to light shade, reaching a height from 3 to 6 feet. Hibiscus lasiocarpus is useful along banks of streams and moist areas or used in the perennial garden as a center point for a late season display. If the plants are cut back in late spring they will produce shorter plants with larger flowers. Native from central eastern, and south eastern USA and California (were it was named H. californicus )This species is a food source for the Automeris io moth.

                                                                  Zones 4-9

                                                                  50 seeds

                                                                  Hibiscus militaris
                                                                    Code: 112H-A9
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                                                                    [Hibiscus laevis] 'Rose Mallow' or 'Halberdleaf Rosemallow' or 'Mallow Rose' or 'Water Mallow' or 'Swamp Mallow' Malvaceae:

                                                                    Plants grow 4 to 7 feet tall with good sized, round flowers in white to pink with darker pink eye zones. Hibiscus militaris likes moisture retentive soils but best with good drainage. Attractive halberd shaped leaves, a type of sword with large points at the base. Will grow in full sun to open shade.

                                                                    Zones 3-10

                                                                    Native to the eastern half of the USA.

                                                                    50 seeds

                                                                    Hibiscus moscheutos
                                                                      Code: HMPM-A3
                                                                      SKU: Lot A3 - 30 seeds
                                                                      Price: $2.00
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                                                                      Rose Mallow or Swamp Rose-Mallow Plants grow 3 to 6 feet tall and have large pink or white flowers. Grow in full sun; soil should be on the moist side.

                                                                      Zones 5-9

                                                                      For best germination use 70 to 80F for 10-14 days, first soak seed in hot water for 48 hours before sowing.the water ever 10 hours with fresh hot water. Cover seeds lightly after sowing. Darkness will help germination. Blooms July - September. Will attract butterflies and songbirds all season.

                                                                      30 seeds

                                                                      Hibiscus sabdariffa 'Jamaican Cocktail Purple'
                                                                        Code: HKS1
                                                                        SKU:
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                                                                        Plants grown for their ornamental stems and fruits, useful in borders and as cutting material for flower/dried flower arrangements. The flowers are produced on short leafy stems, with plants growing 4 to 8 feet tall. The attractive fleshy fruits turn purple. Harvest when the calyx are in full color. Grow in soil rich in organic matter, when in bloom provide plenty of water for maximum flower and fruit production, dry soils will cause flower failure. A beautiful border and cut flower plant. An annual, erect, bushy, herbaceous subshrub to 8 ft from tropical and sub tropical; areas, in the north start in late winter for planting out in mid spring- frost sensitive.

                                                                        annuals

                                                                        10 seeds

                                                                        Hieracium alpinum
                                                                          Code: 12HI
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                                                                          Price: $2.65
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                                                                          Plants with large yellow flowers, grows only 8 to 10 inches tall. Foliage and stems with silver colored fuzzy hairs.

                                                                          Zones 3-8

                                                                          Surface sow seeds and use 65-70F with germination in 1 to 3 weeks.

                                                                          30 seeds

                                                                          Hieracium aurantiacum
                                                                            Code: HA10-A2
                                                                            SKU: Lot A2 - 50 seeds
                                                                            Price: $2.55
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                                                                            Orange Hawkweed or Fox and Cubs or Hawkweed [Pilosella]

                                                                            Plants have short very hairy leaves with flowering stems 12 to 24 inches tall. Attractive, bright-almost glowing orange-red colored flowers shaped like small daisies, the flowers have reddish out sides and bright orange centers. Plants are for the rock garden and mass plantings. Keep in mind this is a weedy one that spreads both by seeds and runners. Does well in dry soils and in grass were mowing will not keep it in check. Flowers for a long period in early to mid summer. Use in poor soils in full sun. This is one of those plants that is best planted in one of those locations were every thing else you have tried has not performed well. I like the plant and the flowers, but one needs to keep an eye on it, thankfully it is not one of those over powering growers that smother every thing in it's path but only takes whatever bare ground it can find. Rabbits and Grouse like to feed on the leaves and seeds.

                                                                            Zones 4-9

                                                                            Cannot be sent to: ID,MT,WA,CO,OR. Banned in Australia.

                                                                            50 seeds

                                                                            Hieracium bombycinum
                                                                              Code: HB01-A9
                                                                              SKU: Lot A9 - 50 seeds
                                                                              Price: $2.00
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                                                                              Plants grow 6 to 15 inches tall when in bloom with large yellow daisy like flowers.

                                                                              50 seeds

                                                                              Hieracium maculatum 'Leopard'
                                                                                Code: HIE1-A6
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                                                                                Yellow flowers but these plants are grown for the red-brown, purple marbled foliage. Grows 7-12 inches tall when in flower with clumps of low growing foliage. Different and worth growing in a sunny dry location in soils that are not overly rich. Some self seeding, but not aggressively. Deadhead to prevent self seeding.

                                                                                Zones (4)5-8

                                                                                Hieracium maculatum is native to western and central Europe.

                                                                                Lightly cover seeds, germination in 10-25 days at 60-70F.If no germination move to 32-39F for four weeks then back to 65F.

                                                                                100 seeds

                                                                                Hieracium villosum
                                                                                  Code: HV04-A3
                                                                                  SKU: Lot A3 - 50 seeds
                                                                                  Price: $2.45
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                                                                                  Shaggy Hawkweed or Woolly Hawkweed (hee-e-RAH-kee-um: vi-LO-sum)

                                                                                  The species name means 'softly Hairy.' Very bright yellow flowers over very hairy silver-white colored leaves and stems, a fun addition to the front of the border. Plants grow 9 inches tall. Long blooming period in mid summer. Plants will bloom the second year. One of the neatest and best behaved of the hawkweeds with no runners and remaining attractive all season long. I have never had problems with self sowing, which cannot be said about some of the others in the Hawkweed group of plants. Grow in poor soils, that are free draining and alkaline in pH, does well in sandy and rocky soils. Like most plants with very hairy (downy) foliage and stems, plants do not like extremely wet or humid climates or wet rainy winters. Puts on a showy display and in bright sunlight the flowers are so bright that they almost blind you.

                                                                                  Zones 4-8

                                                                                  Hieracium villosum is native to central and southern Europe.

                                                                                  Lightly cover seeds with soil medium,germination in 10-25 days at F 60.

                                                                                  50 seeds

                                                                                  Hosta 'Mixed Seeds'
                                                                                    Code: HF9K-H9
                                                                                    SKU: Lot A4 - 200 seeds
                                                                                    Price: $2.50
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                                                                                    (host-a)

                                                                                    Made up of seed collected from many different plants, most will have green or yellow or blue-green leaves. Includes a balance of large leafed types and small to dwarf plants. Most all should be good landscape plants, with a good number with choice, thick leaves. Seeds are easy to germinate and plants are reasonably fast growing. A wide mix that includes many of the more modern types with wavy margins.

                                                                                    Zones 3-9. Lightly cover seeds with seed mix and use 65-80 F, Germination in 10-20 days. The warmer the soil temp the faster the germination. Plants can be grown under 24 hour lights in the winter with very good results from a fall sowing. A very economical way to fill in a shady location with different and unique plants. Seeds are from a few hundred hybrid varieties, and leaf color and shape develops as the plants age, with seedlings nor showing there true potential until they are a few years old.

                                                                                    Zones 4-9

                                                                                    Lightly cover seeds, germination 7-25 days at F.65 - 75. If little germination move to 32-39F for 30 days, then back to 70F. Can be grown over winter under 24 hour lights with very good results. Hosta species are native from Japan, Korea and China.

                                                                                    200 seeds

                                                                                    Hypericum androsaemum
                                                                                      Code: 75HY-A3
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                                                                                      Tutsan (hy-PER-ee-kum: an-dro-SEE-mum) Hypericaceae:

                                                                                      Hypericum androsaemum is a deciduous shrub growing to 1 m (3ft) tall by 1 m (3ft) wide. It has yellow flowers that are produced from late spring into mid summer. Reddish berries that turn black. This species is used as a low hedge and as an edger. Mass plantings are effective and can also be used at margins of woods, on slopes and naturalized in wild gardens. The stems with ripe fruit are attractive and useful for cut flower arrangements. Plants can self-seed but under most conditions not overly aggressively.

                                                                                      Zones (5)6-9

                                                                                      Native to western and southern Europe, including Britain, south and east to Algeria, W. Asia and the Caucasus. Introduced into other areas. Can not ship to Australia and New Zealand. Hypericum androsaemum seed usually germinates in 1 to 3 months at 60F.

                                                                                      200+ seeds

                                                                                      Hypericum ascyron
                                                                                        Code: 345J-A3
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                                                                                        200 seeds

                                                                                        Hypericum cerastoides
                                                                                          Code: 13HY-A3
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                                                                                          Grey-leafed St. John's Wort

                                                                                          Bright yellow flowers on plants that grow no more than 7 inches tall. They have gray-green colored leaves with large flowers in each leaf axil. Mat forming clumps that grow maybe 3 inches tall and a few feet wide. Best displays in full sun in soils that drain well and are on the dry side in winter. An attractive ground cover with small, paired, silver leaves.

                                                                                          Zones 6-9

                                                                                          Surface sow the seeds on top of pre-moistened medium and keep for 21 days at 65 - 75F. If little germination move to 24-39F for 60 days, then move back to 70F. Or sow and keep out side in a sheltered location for spring germination. Surface sow-light needed for best results.

                                                                                          50 seeds

                                                                                          Hypericum patulum
                                                                                            Code: 14HY-A3
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                                                                                            Plants grow 16 inches tall with evergreen foliage and yellow flowers.

                                                                                            Zones 6-9

                                                                                            Germination 7-55 days at F.65 - 75. If little germination move to 32-39F for 30 days, then back to 70F. Surface sow-light needed for best results.

                                                                                            200 seeds

                                                                                            Hypericum perforatum
                                                                                              Code: 8GHR-A3
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                                                                                              100+ seeds

                                                                                              Hypericum perforatum 'Topas'
                                                                                                Code: HFD5-A3
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                                                                                                200 Seeds

                                                                                                Hypericum pyramidatum
                                                                                                  Code: HYF8-A3
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                                                                                                  [>i>Hypericum ascyron] Great St. John's-wort or Pyramidal St. John's Wort Hypericaceae:

                                                                                                  This herbaceous plant has large, typical hypericum-shaped flowers, which are produced in subpanicled clusters. The stems are slightly four-cornered. Plants grow 2 to 6 feet tall.

                                                                                                  Zones 3-6

                                                                                                  Native to North America, were it ranges from western Quebec and Vermont to Manitoba, south to Connecticut and northern New Jersey and Illinois, to Iowa and Minnesota.

                                                                                                  300+ seeds

                                                                                                  Hypoestes phyllostachya  'Confetti Compact White'
                                                                                                    Code: HYPC
                                                                                                    SKU: Lot A4 - 50 seeds
                                                                                                    Price: $2.00
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                                                                                                    The Confetti Compact Hypoestes have a compact habit with decorative foliage making them very suitable as indoor potted plants and for use in mixed containers with other indoor foliage plants. Hypoestes phyllostachya 'Confetti Compact White' can be used in outdoor mixed containers and baskets.

                                                                                                    50 seeds

                                                                                                    Hypoestes phyllostachya 'Splash Select Pink'
                                                                                                      Code: HYPS
                                                                                                      SKU: Lot A4 - 50 seeds
                                                                                                      Price: $2.65
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                                                                                                      Polka Dot Plant

                                                                                                      Hypoestes 'Splash Select Pink' has leaves splashed in pink colors. These perennials are hardy to 40F, they can be grown as potted or bedding annuals in shaded garden beds or as indoor plants used in a bright window in indirect sun. This selection grows around 15 inches tall.

                                                                                                      50 seeds

                                                                                                      Hyssopus officinalis 'Caeruleus'
                                                                                                        Code: HYSC-A3
                                                                                                        SKU: Lot A3 - 100 seeds
                                                                                                        Price: $2.35
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                                                                                                        This selection of Hyssop has nice, darker blue colored flowers, it forms an attractive perennial herb with beautiful floral display. Useful as an attractive hedging or border plant grown in sun. Cut back the plants hard in the spring to produce fresh new growth and keep the plant neat and compact. A bushy plant, with an upright habit, Hyssop has many stems of short spike-like green leaves, and the blue flowers are produced in summer

                                                                                                        100 seeds

                                                                                                        Hyssopus officinalis 'Nectar Rose'
                                                                                                          Code: 96HH-A1
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                                                                                                          100+ seeds

                                                                                                          Heuchera sanguinea 'Coral Petite'
                                                                                                            Code: HEUCP
                                                                                                            SKU: Lot A5 - 50 seeds
                                                                                                            Price: $3.95
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                                                                                                            Brilliant dark red bell-shaped flowers, plants grow about 12 inches tall when in full bloom.

                                                                                                            Zones 3-8

                                                                                                            50 seeds