“A flower, sometimes known as a bloom or blossom, is the reproductive structure found in flowering plants (plants of the division Magnoliophyta, also called angiosperms).” (Wikipedia)
“Bread feeds the body, indeed, but flowers also feed the soul.” (The Koran)
“When you have only two pennies left in the world, buy a loaf of bread with one, and a lily with the other.” (Chinese Proverb)
“I’d rather have roses on my table than diamonds on my neck.” (Emma Goldman)
“Earth laughs in flowers. (Henry David Thoreau)
“All the flowers of all the tomorrows are in the seeds of today.” (Indian Proverb)

Matching Results: Flowers

Santolina, Green – seed packet

Santolina, Green – seed packet$2.99 Sold Out

(Santolina virens) Hardy perennial in the Aster Family, native to the Mediterranean. Low-lying woody shrub with bright green leaves, 8-18” tall, with sprawling habit in maturity. Globular yellow inflorescences. Sometimes trimmed neatly as part of a “knot garden”. Lovely companion to Grey Santolina, Cardoon, and Wormwood. Entire plant highly aromatic. Dried Santolina has been kept […]

Snapdragon, Elaine’s Incendiary mix – seed packet

Snapdragon, Elaine’s Incendiary mix – seed packet$3.49

(Antirrhinum majus) Perennial in the Figwort Family, native to the Mediterranean. 18”-36” tall. Dragon-shaped blossoms that snap their mouths when the flower is squeezed are a favorite of children. Pollinated by bumblebees. This explosive mix features fiery shades of reds, oranges and hot pinks. Named after Elaine Close, who likes fire, and in whose garden-nation […]

Sunflower, Giant – seed packet

Sunflower, Giant – seed packet$3.49 Sold Out

(Helianthus anuum) Annual in the Aster Family, native to the Great Plains of N. America. Generally 5-6 ft. tall, but can get up to 10-12 ft. (or more). Seeds are edible. Leaves are smokeable; have in fact been used as a tobacco additive/adulterant. Cultivation & harvesting suggestions: Sow in Spring, as soil is warming up. The […]

Weasel’s Snout Wild Snapdragon – seed packet

Weasel’s Snout Wild Snapdragon – seed packet$2.99

(Misopates orontium) Annual in the Figwort Family. Thin-leafed foliage on plants to 3-feet. Snapdragon-style flowers are tiny, pink and blossom until frost. Native to Europe, but widely naturalized across North America. Considered a “weed” by some. Highly drought-tolerant. We encountered this plant as a volunteer on some farmland near Corvallis, and were immediately taken by […]

White Campion – seed packet

White Campion – seed packet$3.49

(Silene latifolia) Perennial in the Pink Family, native to Eurasia & N. Africa. Clumping plant of narrow leaves, evergreen in mild climates, gives rise to profusion of five-petaled white flowers. To 24” tall. Large inferior ovaries mature into seedpods that begin “popping” around the Fourth of July, scattering seeds. Unusually, immature seeds are dark-colored and […]