Our Favorite Flowers Collection
These flowers are open pollinated heirlooms with superior germination rates.
Our Favorite Flower Package includes:1) Polar Bear Zinnia – A beautiful white flower with magnificently large blooms. While it is a zinnia flower, the bloom looks a lot like a dahlia. Excellent choice for cutting gardens. Makes stunning floral arrangements and bouquets. So easy to grow from seed, there’s practically no care required.2) Phlox – When phlox is in bloom, it is truly a sight to behold. No garden should be without it. Blankets of small, star-shaped flowers cascade everywhere! Phlox also attracts butterflies and hummingbirds into your garden. Very easy to care for.3) Agastache – In case you were wondering, it is pronounced, “ag-ah-STACK-key.” Agastache is also a member of the hyssop family. Whatever name you call it, this flower is simply gorgeous! Features tall, long-lasting blooms with a very noticeable fragrance. Another favorite for wildlife…and can be grown successfully in partial sun or slightly shady areas.4) Seashell Cosmos – Cheerful and fun, the feathery flowers of Seashell Cosmos will just make you happy all over. Provides continuous blooms all summer long, until fall. Extremely easy to grow from seed. Looks great in containers or in flower beds, or just tucked into extra space in the veggie garden!5) Love In a Mist – This plant was originally found growing on neglected patches of land across Europe, Africa, and Asia…so it can grow almost anywhere and in any soil condition! Forms interesting horned seed capsules and will reseed year after year in the same spot – no care needed. Adds a unique look to bouquets and floral arrangements.6) Four O’Clocks – Given its name to reflect its unusual blooming pattern. As you arrive home from work, when everything else in the garden is closing up for the day, beautiful Four O’Clock blooms are opening up, ready to greet you. A nice choice for those people who like to entertain outside in the summer months. Makes a nice talking point as you enjoy dinner on the patio or take evening strolls in the garden.