Feed the pollinators with these easy to grow crops!

  • Basil
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    Organic Genovese Basil Seed

    $3.50

    Extremely fragrant and tender, this Italian variety is sure to please.

       
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  • Echinecea in the garden
    This perennial is open-pollinated with flowers of deep pinks and purples. A wonderful border plant or companion flower as it attracts beneficial insects and deters garden pests. Dry the root for tea to soothe cold symptoms.
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  • This beautiful low-growing plant has tiny white flowers with a sweet scent. Great as a border plant, this adorable plant will happily re-seed and spread throughout the garden.
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    Kapoor Tulsi or Holy basil is a flavorful herb and one of our favorite varieties of basil. Use fresh or dried in an array of medicinal and culinary applications. We love it freshly picked in tea with a sprig of mint.
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    Try this basil with a twist! Lemon basil has a sweet citrus flavor that goes great in savory and sweet dishes alike.
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  • Basil, Mix

    $3.50
    Can't decide which basil to plant? Plant them all! Enjoy a mix of all the basil varieties we offer.
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    Basil, Purple Opal ORGANIC

    $3.95
    Purple Opal Basil stuns with gorgeous purple leaves that add color to every dish. A great addition to your pollinator garden once it flowers!
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  • Basil, Sweet

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    Sweet Basil has a tender sweet flavor great for mildly flavoring dishes.
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  • Borage is a beautiful flowering plant with a wide range of uses. Borage flowers and leaves are edible, the bees love the plant, and it can grow in most microclimates of Southern California. If you are not growing borage in your garden, you are missing out!
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  • Calendula, Pacific Beauty Seeds

    $3.50
    Every garden needs Calendula. Its golden-yellow flowers are both medicinal and beautiful! Bees and butterflies love it too!
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  • A classic, easy to grow wildflower! Bachelor Button seeds produce beautiful periwinkle blooms that make for great cut flowers and pollinator plants. They keep their color very well when dried too. Also known as cornflower, this dependable annual is native to Europe, though it has made its home across North America and grows great in Southern California and the American southwest. Drought tolerant, Blue Bachelor Buttons prefer to bloom during the cooler temps of spring. The flower may have gotten its name from early use when bachelors would wear them in the buttonholes of their suit coats while courting.  
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  • Cosmos, Candy Stripe

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    Cosmos are charming flowers that add color and movement to every garden. Foot tall plants produce copious amounts of pink and white pastel-colored flowers that move in the wind. Grows great as a border plant or mixed into other crops.
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  • These old-fashioned hollyhocks grow tall stocks of 8-10 feet with beautiful blooms of pink, rose, white, and salmon. The tall blooming spires make for impressive showstoppers and screens in the garden. These plants should be planted in full sun and not allowed to shade other plants that need full sun in the garden. Hollyhocks will bloom the first year from seed if planted early in spring or late winter in mild climates. If planted later, they will bloom the following summer.
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    Long Island Mammoth dill seeds produce large frilly dill plants with a strong and tasty dill flavor that will make any dish or pickle recipe an instant favorite!
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  • sungold sunflower in garden
    Dwarf Sungold Sunflower seeds produce adorable short sunflowers with the softest unique flowers. Unlike normal sunflowers, these fully petaled heads are so fun and unique! Great for children's gardens and as border plants.
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  • anise hyssop
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    Anise Hyssop is a beautiful bedding flower, pollinator plant, and medicinal herb. Anise Hyssop can be used in the flower garden, pollinator garden, and the herb garden! Its edible leaves and flowers have a slight licorice flavor.
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  • Four O’Clock Color Blast

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    Four O'Clocks are named for their trumpet-shaped flowers that open in the late afternoon. An extremely easy plant to grow, the blooms on one plant range from purple to yellow and every color in between. Delightfully fragrant flowers are drought tolerant and can reseed and become perennials in mild winter areas.
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  • gaillardia
    Gaillardias are wonderful plants that produce massive amounts of starry blooms in variations of colors. Planting Gaillardia in the garden will add a kaleidoscope of color that bees and beneficial insects will love.  
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    Sweet Marjoram

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    Sweet Marjoram is an incredibly flavored herb and medicinal plant similar to oregano but sweeter. Sweet Marjoram grows as a happy perennial in zones 9 and 10 and a hardy perennial in other areas. Sweet Marjoram has edible flowers and foliage and attracts beneficial insects.  
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  • Lemon Sunflower seeds produce loads of blooms on this multi branching sunflower. The lemony yellow flowers are bright and guaranteed to make you smile! They are great for cut flowers and can last several days in freshwater. These sunflowers can grow up to eight feet.
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  • Arroyo Lupine seeds produce plants with spectacular purple and blue flower spikes. Lupine is native to Southern California and is a must for native and meadow gardens. This variety of lupine is drought tolerant and fuss-free.
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  • Marigold, Crackerjack Mix

    $3.75
    This annual is open-pollinated with flowers from yellow to orange. A wonderful border plant for gardens as it attracts beneficial insects and deters garden pests with its strong fragrance. Deadhead spent flowers to prolong the bloom season.
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  • Morning Glory plants can fill in fences and lattices in no time with massive amounts of blooms. The beautiful blooms are purple, blue, and combinations of both. Hummingbirds and pollinators love the large blooms and can be seen frequenting them.
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  • Narrow-Leaf Milkweed

    $5.50
    Feed the Monarchs! Narrow-leaf milkweed, sometimes called Mexican whorled milkweed, is a California native flower that is a preferred food source for monarch butterflies. Monarchs eat this plant and lay eggs on it—making it an ideal plant to put in your butterfly garden. This flowering perennial blooms in clusters of lavender tinted flowers. As with all milkweeds, the seed pods will swell and burst with seeds attached to silky hairs. This subshrub grows about 2-4' tall. Those who want to support the monarch population can plant this flower throughout their property to ensure a robust food supply for these beautiful creatures!
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  • Nasturtium Seeds, Dwarf Jewel Mix

    $3.75
    Dwarf Jewel is a smaller variety of nasturtium that produces a compact plant with abundant blooms of many colors. Nasturtium is often used as a beneficial flower in the garden—its edible leaves, flowers, and seeds are also known for their culinary qualities!
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