Talinum rugospermum
    Code: TARU-A8
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    [Phemeranthus rugospermus] Flameflower or flower-of-an-hour or Prairie Flame-Flower or Rough-Seeded fameflower Portulacaceae:

    Rosette forming plants with round flowers that open in the afternoon, each flower opens for only one day. An attractive species for a sandy-rocky soil, nice rock garden addition or for a dry prairie planting.

    Zones 4-9. Native from the central states of the USA. Surface sow the seeds, light needed for best germination.

    100+ seeds
    Tanacetum niveum 'Jackpot'
      Code: TVB9-A3
      SKU: Lot A3 - 100 seeds
      Price: $2.00
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      This short lived perennial grows into a mound of finely cut silvery-grey foliage, covered with small white daisies. The plants bloom for a few months and the flowers have yellow centers.

      Zones 3-9

      100 seeds

      Tanacetum parthenium 'Matricaria' 'Golden  Moss'
        Code: 45CH
        SKU: Lot A4 - 100 seeds
        Price: $2.55
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        This selection has golden-green colored, citrus scented foliage. Grows 8 inches tall in pots and nearly 12 inches tall in the garden.

        Annual

        100 seeds

        Tanacetum parthenium 'Matricaria' 'Santana'
          Code: D345-A3
          SKU: Lot A3 - 100 seeds
          Price: $2.65
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          One inch wide, soft-yellow colored button-like flowers on plants that are day neutral and will bloom all season long. Ideal for borders, beds, pots and for cutting. Plants grow 8 inches tall and make a choice pot plant on a sunny patio - very long blooming. Plants will bloom the same year sown.

          Surface sow seeds, light needed for best germination, use F 70, germination starts in 10-14 days and is spread out over a few weeks.

          100 seeds

          Telekia speciosa
            Code: TELK-H3
            SKU: Lot A4 - 50 seeds
            Price: $2.00
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            Ox-eye Daisy

            Large light green leaves with golden-orange daisy flowers with narrow petals. Leaves are attractive and aromatic. This is a large plant growing up to 5.5 feet tall, use in light shade. Nice planted next to a large rock or fence. Easy. Nice cut flower but short lived. The leaves are like very large rhubarb leaves but a soft yellow green color. Were happy plants will self seed. Useful in an open woodland in soils that are damp or moisture retentive. Long lived growing into clumps. After flowers one can leaves the seed heads on as an interesting dried "flower" or cut the plant back and generate a bushy clump of nice fresh foliage. Flowering takes about two years of growth from seed. Plants can be divide and are durable, just cut rhizomes into pieces each having a growing point, this can be done in spring to late summer.

            Zones 3-9

            Germination at 60 to 65F takes 14 to 20 days.

            50 seeds

            Teucrium canadense
              Code: TERC-A3
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              American Germander (TEW-kree-um: ka-na-DEN-see) Lamiaceae:

              Teucrium canadense is a perennial plant that grows around three feet tall, with a stout central stem that has four prominent ridges. The opposite, broadly ovate or lanceolate, leaves are up to 5 inches long and 2 inches wide. The foliage is coarsely serrated. Each stem ends with a terminal spike of many small, white or light lavender flowers that have purple markings near the base of the lower lip. This species likes to grow in full or partial sun, under moist conditions, in fertile loamy soil. Tolerant of poorly drained soils, but not tolerant of dry soils. It can spread aggressively under moist conditions, and may become weedy. Flowers July and August.

              Zones 4-10

              Teucrium flavum
                Code: TF45-A7
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                A short growing shrubby species growing around 8 inches tall with evergreen, glossy sheened, dark green, scalloped leaves. Whorls of soft yellow flowers on branching stems.

                50 seeds

                Teucrium hyrcanicum
                  Code: TH65-A2
                  SKU: Lot A5 - 100 seeds
                  Price: $2.95
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                  Caucasian Germander (TEW-kree-um: hyr-KAY-nih-kum) Lamiaceae:

                  Reddish to reddish purple flowers in attractive spikes, plants grow 15-18 inches tall. The dense spikes of flowers are upright, eight-inchs long in summer over a bushy mass of downy foliage. A showy and unusual specimen plant for rock gardens and borders. Fast growing seedlings and plants bloom the second year. Like a veronica but heat and drought tolerant.

                  Zones (4)5-9

                  First use 4 weeks at 70F, if no germination then 5 weeks at 32-39F, after move up to 53-60F for germination in about two weeks. Grow seedlings out cool (55-60F)

                  100 seeds

                  Teucrium polium
                    Code: 4PG9-A3
                    SKU: Lot A3 - 50 seeds
                    Price: $2.00
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                    Golden Germander

                    Low growing plants with pink flowers,reaching 7 inches tall.

                    Zones (6)7-9

                    Use 53-60 F for germination which is spread-out over a few weeks. Grow seedlings out cool (55-60F).

                    50 seeds

                    Teucrium scorodonia
                      Code: TS39-A7
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                      Wood Germander or Wood Sage

                      Small yellow flowers over attractive foliage, plants grow 20 to 24 inches tall. Plants grow well in dry open shade to part shade. Forms bushy- shrub like clumps.

                      Zones 5-8

                      300 seeds

                      Thalictrum foetidum
                        Code: TH89-A3
                        SKU: Lot A3 - 50 seeds
                        Price: $2.65
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                        (tha-LIK-truim)

                        Plants have yellow flowers and bloom in mid summer. Grows 12 to 24 inches tall. A Eurasian species found on dry, stony grasslands.

                        Zones 5-8

                        Use 3-4 weeks at 65-75F, if no germination. move and keep for 30 days at 32 to 39F, then 65-75F.

                        50 seeds

                        Thalictrum lucidum
                          Code: TMS8-A3
                          SKU: Lot A3 - 30 seeds
                          Price: $1.95
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                          (tha-LIK-trum: loo-sid-um) :

                          Thalictrum lucidum grows 4 to 5 feet tall with thin finger like leaflets that are somewhat like Jacob's Ladder foliage or a fern and soft yellow colored flowers. May need staking under windy conditions but generally has a nice upright habit in full sun to part shade. A worthwhile plant to grow, both for the flower display and the attractive but different foliage.

                          Zones 4-9

                          30 seeds

                          Thalictrum minus 'Adiantifolium'
                            Code: TMA2-A8
                            SKU: Lot A4 - 50 seeds
                            Price: $3.45
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                            'Dwarf Meadow-rue' or 'Fernleaf Meadow-rue

                            Small fern-like foliage, Thalictrum minus 'Adiantifolium' is grown for its low growing attractive foliage. The flowers are small and yellow-green in color and not very impressive. A choice little foliage plant for the rock garden. Grow in sun to part shade in a location that is not overly hot, were hot provide some afternoon shade.

                            Zones 2-9

                            50 seeds

                            Thymophylla tenuiloba 'Golden Fleece'
                              Code: DALG-A
                              SKU: Lot A4 - 100 seeds
                              Price: $2.00
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                              Dahlberg Daisy (ty-moe-FIL-lah:ten-yew-ih-LOW-bah) :

                              This species is a fragrant, bushy, much-branched annual with fine needle-like leaves that grows about 12 inches tall, it is covered with delicate, daisy-like yellow blossoms in summer. Use as ground-cover, between paving stones, or in a rock garden. Grow in full sun, plants are drought tolerant.

                              Annual

                              Native to south central Texas and northern Mexico. Surface sow seeds and thinly sprinkle some soil medium on top, use 65-70F with germination in about 2 weeks. Takes about 4 months from seed germination to blooming, so start in late winter inside or early spring outside.

                              100 seeds

                              Thymus fragrantissimus
                                Code: 4TH6-A7
                                SKU: Lot A4 - 100 seeds
                                Price: $2.55
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                                Orange Scented Thyme

                                An attractive thyme grown as a culinary herb great with poultry and fish, with a strong orange/citrus scent.

                                100+ seeds

                                Thymus mastichina
                                  Code: THMA-A7
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                                  Mastic Thyme or Spanish Wood Marjoram or Forest Marjoram

                                  Upright growing plants, around 12 to 24 inches tall, with wavy-edged, downy leaves. The foliage has a pungent camphor aroma. The leaves are used for flavoring meats and an oil is extracted for use as an essential oil. Not an overly attractive garden subject but grown as a culinary herb. This bushy upright perennial has hairy stems and dark green, oval shaped leaves and small off white flowers. Thymus mastichina is extremely aromatic and also has a place in a scented garden.

                                  Zones 7-9

                                  Native to Spain, Portugal, and the Mediterranean.

                                  100 seeds

                                  Thymus polytrichus ssp. britannicus
                                    Code: THE8-A9
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                                    [Thymus praecox ssp. britannicus] Mother of Thyme (TY-mus: pol-IT-trik-us:: brih-TAN-ih-kus) :

                                    Creeping mat-like clumps. Plants grow 6 inches tall, they have finely hairy stems and leaves stems. The small, rounded leaves are blue-green. In summer, clusters of small, white to lilac-pink flowers are produced. Plants spread to about 9 inches wide and the scented leaves are enjoyable when crushed.

                                    Zones 5-8

                                    300 seeds

                                    Thymus praecox
                                      Code: THPR-A9
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                                      'Creeping Thyme' or 'Mother of Thyme'

                                      This herbaceous perennial grows 3 to 6 inches tall and forms sprawling clump 6 inches wide. Plants with shiny, aromatic dark green leaves and purplish pink flowers in summer. Grow in full sun to light shade, does best in well-drained light-textured soil with low fertility; will tolerates organic and clay soils if well drained and on the dry side. Good drought tolerance and attracts bees.

                                      Zones 5-8.

                                      100 seeds

                                      Thymus pulegioides
                                        Code: TH09-A9
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                                        Greater Wild Thyme or Mother of Thyme

                                        A low growing mat forming plant with pinkish to purplish colored flowers in late spring and early summer. Grows 2 to 8 inches tall and 12 inches wide. Nice for a rock wall. Fast growing and hardy and like most of the Tymes likes a dry, well drained soil that is not rich in nitrogen. The some what woody plants can stand some foot traffic too and release a scent when crushed.

                                        Zones 4-8

                                        200+ seeds

                                        Thymus serpyllum 'Hort'
                                          Code: HG85-A3
                                          SKU: Lot A5 - 300 seeds
                                          Price: $2.65
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                                          Mother of Thyme or Serpolet

                                          Hort form. Plants are a bit larger than the other one listed. These mat forming carpets have purple-violet colored flowers. Plants grow 5 to 10 inches tall.

                                          Zones 4-9

                                          300+ seeds

                                          Thymus serpyllum 'Magic Carpet'
                                            Code: TH99-A2
                                            SKU: Lot A6 - 100 seeds
                                            Price: $2.45
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                                            Wild Thyme (thii-mus: sir-PHIL-lum)

                                            A dwarf prostrate sub-shrub growing to 4 inches tall, with flowers whorled in rounded heads. Very useful for rock gardens, wall plantings or a ground-cover. Plant together with Delosperma cooperi, Gypsophila cerastioides, and Sedum spurium. This is a selection that produces very consistent 2 inch tall plants with carmine-pink flowers. Blooming from spring through early summer. As a welcome bonus, plants have a lemon scent to the leaves. Grows best on the dry side-wet soils will cause the plants to rot, and in soils that are not overly rich in nitrogen. Full sun to light shade.

                                            Zones (4)5-8

                                            Native to northern Europe.

                                            Seeds are small so do not cover - use 65-70 F with germination in a few days.

                                            100+ seeds

                                            Thymus vulgaris
                                              Code: 97TH-A3
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                                              English Thyme or Common Thyme TY-muss: vul-GAIR-iss) Lamiaceae:

                                              Best grown in full sun to part shade in soils that have good drainage. Besides its culinary uses Thymus vulgaris makes a nice planting along a stone or paver path, or any area that the plants can be bruised and release the scent of the leaves and stems. typically grows 12 to 15 inches tall and can be pruned back to form small hedges or just to tidy up the plants.

                                              Zones 4-8

                                              Surface sow seeds, light needed for best germination. Use F 65 with germination in 5-20 days.

                                              1,000 seeds

                                              Tithonia rotundifolia 'Goldfinger'
                                                Code: TI97-A2
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                                                Mexican Sunflower

                                                With a name like 'Goldfinger' you might think the flowers are gold but plants have scarlet-orange flowers that are 3 to 3.5 inches wide. Plants grow around 3 feet tall (shorter than 'Torch'). Bushy plants with large, dark green leaves. Space plants out 2 feet apart, blooms from mid summer into fall. The flowers are dahlia like and the plants put on a good display that will work well as a large summer hedge.

                                                annuals

                                                50 seeds

                                                Tithonia rotundifolia 'Red Torch'
                                                  Code: 4TH4-A2
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                                                  Mexican Sunflower (ti-THO-nee-a: ro-tun-dih-FOL-ee-uh)Asteraceae:

                                                  Here is an All America Selection Winner. Plants have flowers that are 3 inches wide, in a brilliant orange-red color resembling single dahlias. Nice cut flower, with plants growing 5 to 6 feet tall, taller in part shade. Plants are butterfly and hummingbird magnets with up to 40 flowers at one time. Does not need staking but some times under windy conditions when the soil is damp - some protection from blowing over might be needed.

                                                  Half Hardy Annuals that attracts butterflies. The species is native to Mexico. Cover seeds and use 65-75 F. Germination will occur in 1 to 2 weeks. Little care required.

                                                  50 seeds

                                                  Tradescantia  x andersoniana 'Garden Mix'
                                                    Code: TRAD4-A9
                                                    SKU: Lot A3 - 40 seeds
                                                    Price: $2.95
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                                                    A mix of different colors, plants grow from 20 to 30 inches tall.

                                                    Zones 4-9

                                                    Lightly cover seeds and use 55-75F, germination in 2 to 4 weeks.If no germination move to 23-38F for 6-9 weeks.Or sow in late fall to late winter outside for spring germination.

                                                    40 seeds

                                                    Tradescantia bracteata
                                                      Code: TGFD-A3
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                                                      Prairie Spiderwort Commelinaceae:

                                                      A small species that grows 8 to 18 inches tall

                                                      50 seeds

                                                      Tradescantia ohiensis
                                                        Code: TROH-A3
                                                        SKU: Lot A3 - 100 seeds
                                                        Price: $2.95
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                                                        Tradescantia ohiensis is a clump-forming spiderwort species. It is a herbaceous perennial growing up to three feet tall. Plants have dark bluish-green colored, arching, grass-like leaves. Plants bloom in late spring and early summer with clusters of blue or sometimes rose colored, three-petaled flowers. Can self-seed in ideal growing conditions. An attractive plant to naturalize around forest edges, meadows and roadsides.

                                                        Zones 3-9

                                                        100 seeds

                                                        Tricyrtis hirta 'Miyazaki'
                                                          Code: TH69-A3
                                                          SKU: Lot A3 - 50 seeds
                                                          Price: $2.95
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                                                          These plants form handsome, three feet tall, arching clumps with orchid-like flowers. Blooming occurs in the fall. Plants grow best in part shade to shade where soils are moisture retentive. Flowers are light purple with dark purple spots ( a few plants have pure white flowers). A number of different types will come from this seed with many having dense collections of spots and others with few spots. I love the long arching stems that are just loaded with flowers in late fall. Great as a cut flower, or pick single flowers off the stem and float them in a bowl of water on the table. Plants will bloom the second year and after a few years will grow into a large multi-stemmed clump with very graceful stems. Grow in moist soils that are not wet, in light shade. A most valuable addition to the shade garden for their late blooming and graceful texture.

                                                          Zones 4-8

                                                          The seeds of Tricyrtis hirta 'Miyazaki' germinate best when surface sown and kept at 70F for 3 weeks then moved to the fridge for 5 weeks, then move to F 55 for germination in 1-5 weeks, can be slow so be patient.

                                                          50 seeds

                                                          Trifolium incarnatum
                                                            Code: TRIN-A7
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                                                            Crimson Clover

                                                            This annual clover has bright red flower in crowded clusters, showy plants that grow 12 to 18 inches tall when in full bloom.

                                                            200 seeds.
                                                            Triodanis perfoliata
                                                              Code: TRD9-A7
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                                                              {Specularia perfoliata} 'Clasping Venus Looking-glass' Campanulaceae

                                                              Spike like stems with small dark purple-blue colored flowers. The small leaves clasp around the stems, forming small cups. Plants grow 12 to 24 inches tall and bloom in May and June with some flowering until fall.

                                                              Annual. Native to most of North America.

                                                              300 seeds.
                                                              Trollius pumilus
                                                                Code: TRO1-A8
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                                                                Dwarf Globeflower Ranunculaceae:

                                                                A clump-forming species that grows 7 to 12 inches tall. The foliage is 5-lobed and glossy, most of the leaves are basal, with oblong to lance-shaped, toothed lobes. The flowers are cup-shaped and a deep golden yellow color, and they are sometimes tinted red or purple-crimson on the outside. Dwarf Globeflower blooms late spring and early summer and grows best in consistently moist soils, with a pH from 5.8 to 6.8, in full sun to part shade. Best looking plants are produced in cool, moist soils in a rock garden or along pathways. They make good companion plantings with Caltha, Iris setosa and Juncus filiformis

                                                                Zones 4-8

                                                                Native to marshes and alpine grasslands of China, Bhutan, N Myanmar, Nepal and Sikkim.

                                                                100 seeds

                                                                Trollius x cultorum 'New Hybrids Mixed'
                                                                  Code: TNH5-A8
                                                                  SKU: Lot A5 - 50 seeds
                                                                  Price: $2.95
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                                                                  'Globe Flower' (TRO-lee-us: kul-tOR-um) RANUNCULACEAE:

                                                                  Plants flower at 18 inches with attractive round (hence the name globe) lemon-yellow to light yellow and gold flowers,could also be a few white to cream colored flowers too. An attractive and easy to grow plant that likes moist but not overly wet soils in full sun or light shade. They do well even in heavy moist soils. I find the foliage is attractive for weeks before flowering.

                                                                  Zones 3-6. Frost germinator. Sow in a plastic bag with 0ne table spoon of moist seed mix and store at room temp for 28 days. Move to a cold refrigerator or use 19-21F for 5 to 7 weeks, sow into a pot and use 50F for germination . Or sow and keep in a sheltered spot outside for germination next year. You will not get a lot of plants per packet (10-20). Best if sown and put outside in the fall and over wintered in a shelterd location for germination in the spring. Or start in the house and 8 weeks before the ground thaws move out side for the cold period.

                                                                  50 seeds

                                                                  Tropaeolum majus 'Jewel Mix'
                                                                    Code: TROP
                                                                    SKU: Lot A3 - 50 seeds
                                                                    Price: $2.00
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                                                                    Nasturtium

                                                                    This annual is an easy-to-grow selection with large easy to sow seeds. The plants have colorful, double 2 niche wide flowers, that range from light yellow, orange to deep red. The 15-18 inch tall plants form a compact mound and this selection is shorter than other types so it is more useful for smaller yards, large pots and flower boxes.

                                                                    50 seeds

                                                                    Tropaeolum majus 'Alaska'
                                                                      Code: TROA
                                                                      SKU: Lot A4 - 50 seeds
                                                                      Price: $2.35
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                                                                      Mixed flower colors and silver marked foliage.

                                                                      Annual

                                                                      50 seeds

                                                                      Thymus vulgaris 'Summer Thyme'
                                                                        Code: THYST
                                                                        SKU: Lot A4 - 200 seeds
                                                                        Price: $1.45
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                                                                        Aromatic grayish leaves are high in essential oil, used in cooking to flavor eggs, meat, poultry, fish, and vegetable dishes. Soft purple-pink colored flowers in summer. Thymus vulgaris 'Summer Thyme' Grows 8 to 12 inches tall. Useful in the garden as ground cover or grown in pots for the fragrance. Not as winter hardy as English thyme.

                                                                        200 seeds