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Santolina, Grey – seed packet

Santolina, Grey – seed packet$2.99 Sold Out

(Santolina chamaecyparissus) Hardy perennial in the Aster Family, native to the Mediterranean. Also called, “Lavender Cotton”. Low-lying woody shrub with grey fuzzy leaves, 8-18” tall, with sprawling habit in maturity. Globular yellow inflorescences. Sometimes trimmed neatly as part of a “knot garden”. Lovely companion to Green Santolina, Cardoon, and Wormwood. Entire plant highly aromatic. Dried […]

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 […]

Rue – seed packet

Rue – seed packet$2.99

(Ruta graveolens) Hardy Perennial in the Citrus Family, native to the Mediterranean. Regally ornamental blue-green foliage was model for Club symbol on playing cards. Exquisite flowers: four yellow petals and four flung-out stamens surround a bright green, superior ovary that resembles a tiny pock-skinned citrus fruit. 12-24” tall. Prized by the French as a kitchen […]

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 […]

Dock, Yellow – seed packet

Dock, Yellow – seed packet$2.99

(Rumex crispus) Perennial in the Buckwheat Family, native to Eurasia. Narrow, wavy-edged leaves, green in Spring, yellow and red in Fall. Stems reddish, roots yellow. Flower spikes 3-6′ high. A remarkably useful plant for food, medicine and dye. Every garden should have some Dock and some Plantago in the garden for treating bee-stings on the […]

Dock, Curly – seed packet

Dock, Curly – seed packet$2.99

(Rumex crispus) Perennial in the Buckwheat Family, native to Eurasia. Narrow, wavy-edged leaves, green in Spring, yellow and red in Fall. Stems reddish, roots yellow. Flower spikes 3-6′ high. A remarkably useful plant for food, medicine and dye. Every garden should have some Dock and some Plantago in the garden for treating bee-stings on the […]

Sheep sorrel – seed packet

Sheep sorrel – seed packet$2.99

(Rumex acetosella) Perennial in the Buckwheat Family, native to Eurasia. Small (1-3”) arrow-shaped leaves, sour in flavor. Ground-cover habit that forms a spreading mat. One of the Essiac Herbs, claimed to be anti-cancer. Very drought-tolerant once established. Planting suggestions: Thrives on poor, disturbed soils, including heavy clay. Full sun. Direct-sow seeds around time of Final […]

Rhubarb, Garden – seed packet

Rhubarb, Garden – seed packet$2.99

(Rheum rhabarbarum) Perennial in the Buckwheat Family, native to Eurasia. Old-fashioned stand-by, favored for pies and sauces. Delightfully tart stalks also enjoyed raw by some. Leaves are avoided because of high oxalic acid content. This seed collected from the “Victoria” variety, but expect some variation. Drought-tolerant once established. Planting suggestions: Rich soil, worked deeply. Full […]

Black Nightshade – seed packet

Black Nightshade – seed packet$2.99

(Solanum nigrum) Annual in the Nightshade Family, native to Eurasia. Upright growth habit, to 12-24” tall. Reflexed petals of white blossoms shamelessly expose a grip of stamens clutching a coyly retracted style. Fruit green, maturing to inky black. “Has a long and well-established history as a food source for numerous cultures around the globe” (Forager’s […]

Mountainmint, Virginian – seed packet

Mountainmint, Virginian – seed packet$2.99

(Pycnanthemum virginianum) Perennial in the Mint Family, native to Appalachia. Narrow leaves, clusters of white flowers, to 36” tall. “The strongest of mints” with a knock-out flavor and fragrance. We suspect it inspired the first Mint Julep since it is so big and bushy – falling over and blocking paths – during the hottest part […]

Marigold, Lemon Drop – seed packet

Marigold, Lemon Drop – seed packet$2.99 Sold Out

(Tagetes patula) Annual in the Aster Family, native to the Americas. This charming cultivar sports compounded florets of bright yellow ray flowers on small plants, 8-18” tall. Foliage pinnate. Used in companion-planting to keep away insect pests. As medicine, the flowers are anti-viral & anti-bacterial, and have been used to treat rheumatoid arthritis, as well […]

Feverfew – seed packet

Feverfew – seed packet$2.99

(Tanacetum parthenium) Perennial in the Aster Family, native to Eurasia. Deeply serrated light green foliage in neat clumps. White-petaled, yellow-centered flowers superficially resemble chamomile, but the heady chrysanthemum-ish aromatics of Feverfew make for a positive ID. 12-36” tall. Entire plant edible. Medicinally, used for treating headaches, both acute and migraine, and for breaking fevers. Planting […]

Dandylion – seed packet

Dandylion – seed packet$2.99 Sold Out

(Taraxacum officinales) Perennial in the Aster Family, cosmopolitan in distribution. Rosette of long narrow leaves, 6-18” in radius, with flowering stalks 6-18” tall. One of the single most useful plants on Earth: Edible greens provide food during the late Winter/early Spring hunger-gap; roots are a detoxifier of the liver that make a fine coffee-additive/substitute when […]

Mexican Sunflower – seed packet

Mexican Sunflower – seed packet$2.99 Sold Out

(Tithonia sp.) Annual in the Aster Family, native to Central America & the Caribbean. Fat orange blossoms attract bees. 3-6” tall (shorter the farther North you go). Can be sown one season to control parasitic nematodes the following season. Planting suggestions: Average garden soil sufficient. Full sun. Direct-sow the same time as Sunflowers (Helianthus annuus), […]

Parsley, Flat Leaf – seed packet

Parsley, Flat Leaf – seed packet$2.99 Sold Out

(Petroselinum crispum var. Italica) Biennial in the Umbel Family, native to the Mediterranean. Also known as, “Italian” parsley. Popular. Makes clump of powerfully flavorful greens first year, blooms and sets seeds second year. Seeds are a cooking spice. Roots used in soups. Pollinator attractor. Drought-tolerant once established. Planting suggestions: Regular garden soils sufficient; can tolerate […]

Fenugreek – seed packet

Fenugreek – seed packet$2.99

(Trigonella foenum-graecum) Annual in the Legume Family, native to Asia. Upright viney habit, 18-24” tall, produces multitude of long, thin pods in which the seed forms. A kitchen spice used in Middle Eastern cuisine. Medicinally, used both as a galactagogue (stimulates milk production) and an enhancer of male libido. Planting suggestions: Thrives in clay; average […]

Mullein, Greek – seed packet

Mullein, Greek – seed packet$2.99

(Verbascum olympicum) Triennial in the Figwort Family, native to the Mediterranean. Low-rising rosette of fuzzy, pointed, wavy-edged grey-green leaves spreads out to 24-36” in radius by second year; blooms in third with truly spectacular, many-branched candelabra, 5-8′ tall, covered with hundreds of yellow flowers. Pointy-snouted weevils use as high-rise apartment, to no apparent harm. Medicinally, […]

Mullein, Common – seed packet

Mullein, Common – seed packet$2.99

(Verbascum thapsus) Biennial in the Figwort Family, native to Eurasia. First-year plant a rosette of fuzzy, grey-green leaves, like a bouquet of bunny ears. Second year produces a spike of yellow flowers, 4-6′ tall, in which weevils reside, to no apparent harm. Medicinally, leaf is used for lung health as tea, tincture or smoked. Flowers […]

Poppy, Red – seed packet

Poppy, Red – seed packet$2.99

(Papaver somniferum) Annual in the Poppy Family, native to Asia. Astoundingly beautiful red blossoms, with nodding buds and upright pods. A Daggawalla favorite. Seeds used in baking, such as muffins, bread, etc. Caution: all parts of the plant contain alkaloids that can trigger in a positive reading on a drug-test for opiate use. Drought-tolerant. Planting […]

Love-in-the-Mist, White – seed packet

Love-in-the-Mist, White – seed packet$2.99

(Nigella sativa) Annual in the Ranunculus Family, native to the South and Southwest Asia. Also known as “Black Cumin”, for its pungent bitter seeds used in various Middle Eastern cuisines. 8-18” tall. Highly ornamental flowers and seedpods. Drought-tolerant once established. Planting suggestions: Average garden soil sufficient; prefers dryish conditions. Full sun to part sun. Direct-sow […]

Smoking tobacco, Virginia Gold – seed packet

Smoking tobacco, Virginia Gold – seed packet$2.99

(Nicotiana tabacum) Annual or short-lived perennial in the Nightshade Family, native to the Americas. 5-7′ tall. Hummingbird attractor. A fine cigarette tobacco that cures to a beautiful golden color. We found it very tasty. Planting suggestions: Average garden soil is sufficient, but like all plants in the Nicotiana genus, responds enthusiastically to nitrogen including manure […]

Smoking tobacco, Red Russian – seed packet

Smoking tobacco, Red Russian – seed packet$2.99

(Nicotiana tabacum) Annual or short-lived perennial in the Nightshade Family, native to the Americas. 5-7′ tall. Unusually for Smoking Tobacco, has bright red flowers. Hummingbird attractor. Rich flavor. Planting suggestions: Average garden soil is sufficient, but like all plants in the Nicotiana genus, responds enthusiastically to nitrogen including manure or dead animals. Full sun. Start […]

Smoking tobacco, Kentucky Burley – seed packet

Smoking tobacco, Kentucky Burley – seed packet$2.99

(Nicotiana tabacum) Annual or short-lived perennial in the Nightshade Family, native to the Americas. 5-7′ tall. Pink flowers. Hummingbird attractor. A tasty cigarette tobacco. Planting suggestions: Average garden soil is sufficient, but like all plants in the Nicotiana genus, responds enthusiastically to nitrogen including manure or dead animals. Full sun. Start indoors a few weeks […]

Smoking tobacco, Black Sea Samsun – seed packet

Smoking tobacco, Black Sea Samsun – seed packet$2.99

(Nicotiana tabacum) Annual or short-lived perennial in the Nightshade Family, native to the Americas. 5-7′ tall. Pink flowers. Hummingbird attractor. Planting suggestions: Average garden soil is sufficient, but like all plants in the Nicotiana genus, responds enthusiastically to nitrogen including manure or dead animals. Full sun. Start indoors a few weeks before the Final Frost […]

Smoking tobacco, Baiano – seed packet

Smoking tobacco, Baiano – seed packet$2.99

(Nicotiana tabacum) Annual or short-lived perennial in the Nightshade Family, native to the Americas. 5-7′ tall. Pink flowers. Hummingbird attractor. Planting suggestions: Average garden soil is sufficient, but like all plants in the Nicotiana genus, responds enthusiastically to nitrogen including manure or dead animals. Full sun. Start indoors a few weeks before the Final Frost […]

Smoking tobacco, Bafra – seed packet

Smoking tobacco, Bafra – seed packet$2.99

(Nicotiana tabacum) Annual or short-lived perennial in the Nightshade Family, native to the Americas. 5-7′ tall. Pink flowers. Hummingbird attractor. Unusually for Smoking Tobacco, has round leaves, rather than pointed. Planting suggestions: Average garden soil is sufficient, but like all plants in the Nicotiana genus, responds enthusiastically to nitrogen including manure or dead animals. Full […]

Cimarrón Nicotiana – seed packet

Cimarrón Nicotiana – seed packet$6.99 Sold Out

(Nicotiana solanifolia) Perennial in the Nightshade Family, native to Chile. Very rare. Thick leaves are oval with wavy edges. Bright-yellow, trumpet-like flowers. Blooming starts second year. 24-60” tall. Hummingbird attractor. We are thrilled to be offering this striking, shapely Nicotiana, one of the most beautiful we have seen. We know of only one other online […]