Stachys byzantina
    Code: STCH-A7
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    Same seed as S. lanata.

    50 seeds

    Stachys byzantina 'Pure Cotton'
      Code: STR5-A1
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      Lambs Ear Lamiaceae:

      This is an improved form of 'Olympica' with more uniform plants produced from seed and with taller stems in the second year. Plants grow about 12 inches tall and bloom the first season.

      Zones 4-9

      Germination in two weeks at 70F, Refrigerate seed moist for 7 days before sowing.

      50 seeds

      Stachys coccinea 'Pow Wow'
        Code: DSF4-A1
        SKU: Lot A4 - 50 seeds
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        Texas Betony or Scarlet Hedge Nettle Lamiaceae:

        Plants produce bushy clumps with low growing foliage with spikes of brick-red colored flowers. Will flower the first year with a spring or winter sowing. Plants grow 12 inches tall and should be grown in full sun, blooming late spring into mid summer. Loved by butterflies.

        Zones (6)7-10

        Native to southwestern USA and northern Mexico. Very lightly cover seeds Germination starts in less than two weeks at 65-75F. and may be spread out over a few weeks. Surface sow seeds, light needed for best results.

        50 seeds

        Stachys lanata
          Code: SL39-A2
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          Lamb's Ears {S. byzantina}

          Grown for the silver white colored, densely wholly, broad flat foliage and stems. Rose-colored flowers in spikes. Plants grow 12-18 inches tall.

          Zones-4-9

          Germination in two weeks at 70F, Refrigerate seed moist for 7 days before sowing.

          50 seeds

          Stachys monnieri
            Code: STX4-A1
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            [s. densifolia] Alpine Betony Lamiaceae:

            Purplish pink colored flowers in dense heads above a thick growth of wrinkled leaves. Plants grow about 18 inches tall when flowering. Blooms in mid summer. A worth while plant to grow in full sun in well draining soils.

            Zones 5-8

            Very lightly cover seeds and use 50-65F, Germination is slow and will take place over many weeks. If no germination, use 5 weeks at 32 to 39F. Then move to 40-45 for germination.

            40 seeds

            Stachys tenuifolia var. hispida
              Code: ST21-A8
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              Creeping Hedge-nettle Lamiaceae:

              This species is variable with this selection producing stems with sharp bristles. Plants grow about 3-4 feet (4 ft = 1.22 m) tall with somewhat lax stems that produce a few large branches that are each terminated in a spike of rose-pink colored flowers that are produced over many weeks in mid to late summer to frost. Sun to light shade in moist soils. An interesting native plant to grow up amongst other plants like Iris and moisture loving grasses. Self seeds around and can be overwhelming of smaller plants. Best used as a naturalized plant in a 'wild' area. Easy enough to remove extra plants by pulling, but they spread under ground by way of stolons, making them hard to eliminate.

              Zones 3-8

              50 seeds

              Stachys officinalis
                Code: STAOF
                SKU: Lot A5 - 50 seeds
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                Spreading clumps growing around 10 inches tall with clusters of reddish-purple flowers covering the ends of the upright stems. Blooms late spring and early summer.

                Zones 4-8

                Stachys officinalis is an easily grown perennial that does well in average, to well-drained soils in full sun. In hot locations it does better if some light shade is provided in the afternoon. Best in soils that are kept evenly moist, but established plants have some drought tolerance. Spreads by way creeping stems that root as they grow on top of the ground. Plant out 12-18” apart for use as a ground cover.

                Zones 4-8

                50 seeds