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    Sunset Runner beans are ornamental and edible. The vines are very aggressive and produce massive amounts of beautiful peach to pink flowers. Best when grown up a sturdy trellis. Pollinators love this bean! Beans are most flavorful when picked small and tender.
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  • onion onion
    This red onion is ideal for southern growers! This short day onion produces excellent red onions with a sweet, mild flavor. Growers in Zones 9 and 10 can plant these in the fall and let them overwinter.
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  • Pepper
    These deep purple Merlot bell peppers are vigorous and disease-resistant. Impress your friends and family with these beauties! Use shade cloth during hottest parts of the year to prevent damage from sunscald.
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  • Yolo pepper
    Yolo bell pepper is a large blocky variety of bell pepper that has been improved for decades! A great bell pepper for stuffing and eating fresh. Large upright plants have heavy foliage to protect them from sunscold. If sunscald does occur; use shade cloth during hottest parts of the year to prevent damage.
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  • Calypso Cilantro Seed

    $3.95
    This variety of cilantro is bulky and full of the tasty foliage you love!  Cilantro grows best in the coolest months of the year in Southern California.  Continual harvest will slow its desire to go to flower.  Allow beneficial insects to enjoy the plant once it goes to flower.  Use shade cloth to extend the season.
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  • Confetti mix radishes give you a colorful mix of radishes that are as beautiful as they are tasty! ^Radishes grow best in light soils; add compost to improve soil structure. ^Plant at the appropriate spacing.
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  • This hybrid spinach is extremely quick-growing, ready in only 25 days! Upright plants are easy to harvest and have disease resistance. Carmel is a great choice for market growers or those who use tons of spinach in the kitchen.
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    Organic Double Standard Sweet Corn

    $4.25
    This super sweet open pollinated corn is delicious eaten fresh off the cob! Early maturing corn with white and yellow kernels. ^Ears average 7" long on vigorous 5' plants. ^Planting in blocks allows for good pollination that is essential for corn kernel development. ^In Southern California, you can succession plant at least two rounds of corn to enjoy all summer long!
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  • Cornflower old fashioned flower makes for great cut flowers! Pollinators love the flowers too! This mix contains a hand-selected mix of dwarf cornflower varieties that only grow 24" tall, making them ideal for small gardens or containers. Attract bees and butterflies with this beautiful mix of pink, red, white, and blue blooms!

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  • Nigella is an unusual looking flower is artful with unique blooms and seed pods. Seeds should be planted close to the surface of the soil as light helps them germinate. Nigella is a great cut flower and also dries well.
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  • Our Rainbow carrot seeds are a gardener favorite! This mix of rainbow-colored carrots is for you! Carrots love loose soil and can be easily grown in a pot if ground soil is too dense. Keep soil moist for the best germination possible. Succession plant for continued harvest.
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  • Our Butterfly Garden seed mix is a blend of wildflower seed contains varieties well-suited for the Southwest. Beautiful colorful blooms attract butterflies and beneficial insects. Contains Black-Eyed Susan, Butterfly Milkweed, Candytuft, Dwarf Cosmos, Dwarf Godetia, Gayfeather, Illinois Bundleflower, Indian Blanket, Lance-Leaved Coreopsis, New England Aster, Pincushion Flower, Purple Coneflower, Purple Prairie Clover, Roundheaded Bush Clover, Shasta Daisy, Siberian Wallflower, Sweet Alyssum, Sweet William Pinks and Zinnia.
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  • Alyssum is a dainty and adorable compact flower for borders and containers. This sweetly fragrant flower makes a great ground cover. Beautiful purple flowers bloom quickly from seed. Can bloom all year in Southern California!
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  • Scabiosa Formula Mix is all-star mix! Sturdy, uniform, blooms in a wide range of colors from black, blue, creamy yellow, pink, bright red, deep blue, salmon rose, and pure white. Start early in spring and transplant out for best results. We succession plant about every three weeks for continuous blooms.
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  • scabiosa
    Scabiosa is an elegant cut flower is so easy to grow and transplants effortlessly into the garden! Makes stunning arrangements. Pollinators and butterflies love them too! Start early in spring and transplant out for best results. We succession plant about every three weeks for continuous blooms.
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  • yarrow
    Golden Yarrow is a multi-use plant that is beautiful and great for native gardens. This easy to grow plant attracts tons of beneficial insects to your garden! Gorgeous golden blooms can be used fresh or dried. Seeds are very small and should be sown on the surface of the soil as they need light for germination.
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  • This chartreuse green zinnia is a showstopper in the garden. Bright, lime green blooms contrast wonderfully with other colors in the garden. Zinnias are great cut flowers and attract beneficial insects, birds, and pollinators to the garden. On our farm, the western swallowtail butterfly loves our zinnias!
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  • This Sweet Pea mix contains all the favorite old-time sweet pea varieties. Selected for the most vibrant and fragrant blooms, this mix will not disappoint. Sweet peas make great cut flowers and can be planted in the fall in mild climates. In colder zones, sweet peas should be started inside and transplanted out after the danger of frost has passed.
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  • This sweet pea mix is a semi-dwarf variety that is bushy with a wide range of colors and hues. Great for growing in containers! These fragrant and long-lasting cut flowers can be planted in the fall in mild climates and left to overwinter until they bloom in spring. In colder zones, sweet peas should be started inside and transplanted out after the danger of frost has passed.
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