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English Daisy, Single White

English Daisy is native to Europe.  Plants are very low-growing and have single, white flowers. Excellent for rock gardens, containers, borders and alternative lawn mixes. Does not tolerate heat – provide afternoon shade in hot summer climates.

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English Daisy, Mixed

English Daisy is native to Europe. Plants are very low growing, and come in a mix of white, pink, rose and red flowers. Excellent for containers, rock gardens, borders and alternative lawn mixes. Does not tolerate heat – provide afternoon shade in hot summer climates.

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Columbine ‘McKana Giants Mix’

Columbine ‘McKana Giants Mix’ was an All America Selections winner in 1955. It is a hybrid with large flowers and long spurs. Flower colors include blue, pink, red, violet, white and yellow. Looks lovely in rock gardens, beds, borders and cutting gardens.  Provide afternoon shade in hot climates.

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Cape Forget-Me-Not

Cape Forget-Me-Not is a biennial that is native to South Africa. Our version is more dwarf than most, growing just 12-18 inches tall. It blooms the first year, and it’s true blue flowers are very attractive to honey bees.  It contrasts nicely with white, rose and yellow flowers in the garden. Recommended for the rock garden or front of the border.

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Nodding Pink Onion

This perennial is native to most of the U.S. and Canada. Plants grow to 18 inches tall and have grass-like leaves and graceful, pink flower umbels that “nod” to one side. It adds interest to rock gardens, beds and borders, but old flowers should be removed before going to seed. It is also a good addition to wildflower mixtures and pollinator plantings.

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Basket-of-Gold

Basket-of-Gold is an old-fashioned perennial from Europe and adds sunny color to the garden in springtime. Plants grow in low mounds of 8-12 inches tall, and flowers are bright yellow with 4 petals. It is right at home in the rock garden or along border edges. It prefers sunny locations and drier soils.

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Browsing Our Online Store at Applewood Seed

Convenience, open 24 hours and 7 days a week and up-to-date pricing are all reasons why our customers are choosing our online store for purchasing our flower, grass and herb seeds. It might sound too easy, but new and current customers are checking out using the online store to fulfill their ordering needs, and they […]

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Featured Flower: Gazania Colorado Gold® (Gazania linearis)

The genus, Gazania, comes from the Latin word gaza meaning treasure. This flowering “treasure” belongs to the Aster family. The Colorado Gold® variety is native to the grassy slopes and rocky cliffs of the Drakensberg Mountains in Southern Africa. Of special note, this particular flower is a Plant Select variety introduced in 1998.

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Featured Flower: Dwarf Helenium (Helenium amarum)

One of our native wildflowers, Helenium amarum, comes from the genus, Helenium, believed to be named after Helen of Troy. The species name, amarum, means bitter, which refers to the bitter taste of the plants. Other common names are Bitterweed, American Bitterweed and Bitter Sneezeweed.   Dwarf Helenium is a native annual from Texas, the Southeastern and […]

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How to Create an Effective Pollinator Seed Mix

Academic research has shown that diverse flower seed mixes provide the most benefits to bees and pollinators compared to mixes with just one to several flower species. It is important to choose flower species that are known to be attractive to pollinators which will greatly enhance the efficiency of these mixes.  Flower mixes should contain early, […]