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Mixed Hollyhocks (Out of stock)
Mixed Hollyhocks (Out of stock)

A hardy, tall growing biennial that will thrive with little care. Perfect for a slightly wild cottage garden. Collected from red, yellow, white, purple and pink flowers. Sow indoors in early spring for a May planting, or sow indoors in summer for a fall planting. About 40 seeds (0.4 gram)

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds and Twisted Brook
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White Agastache - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
White Agastache (out of stock)

(Agastache rugosa F. albiflora) - The white flowered cultivar of Giant Hyssop. This hardy perennial grows to a hight of 3’, topped with large flowers. I can’t resist brushing my hands on the refreshingly aromatic leaves every time I walk past. Almost like mint, but different. 100+ seeds

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds
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Wild Yarrow - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Wild Yarrow (out of stock)

(Achillea millefolium) A delicate looking but very hardy perennial wildflower. Found in meadows and along the edges of pathways. Native all across the northern hemisphere, yarrow is an important medicinal plant in European, Chinese and Indigenous North American traditions. The whole plant is sweetly aromatic, especially the ferny leaves. Pink and white blooms start in early Summer and last into Autumn. Excellent food source for many beneficial insects. 100+ seeds

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds
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Saint John's Chamomile - Annapolis Seeds - Anthemis sancti-johannis
Saint John's Chamomile (out of stock)

(Anthemis sancti-johannis) - Also known as Marguerite Daisy. A vigourous perennial with loads of golden-orange flowers. Despite it’s chamomile name, this one isn’t for teas and herbal uses (you want German Chamomile for that). The flowers start early summer and last for months, feeding every butterfly in the neighbourhood. I found the young plants very easy to get established, they even flowered for me in the first year. Aromatic ferny foliage. Loves dry soil and full sun. 24” tall. 100+ seeds

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds
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Swamp Milkweed - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Swamp Milkweed (out of stock)

Swamp Milkweed is the better behaved cousin of Common Milkweed; They don’t spread through rhizomes the way Common Milkweed does. Both species are equally good monarch habitat. Also much loved by bees. A beautiful flower in its own right, Swamp Milkweed is very much at home in perennial flower beds and borders. 3-4’ tall. 50+ seeds

-Grown by Broadfork Farm

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Veronica (Speedwell) - Annapolis Seeds
Veronica (out of stock)

Veronica longifolia - aka; Speedwell. A carefree and hardy perennial, with spikes of violet flowers. I discovered this beautiful plant while visiting our friends at Broadfork Farm. They use it in their cut flower arrangements, and to provide food and habitat for beneficial insects. I first noticed them by the sheer buzz of bees feeding from their blooms!

-Grown by Broadfork Farm

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Gaillardia Blanket Flower - Annapolis Seeds
Gaillardia (Blanket Flower) - (out of stock)

Gaillardia grandiflora - Short lived perennial native to the North American prairies. Fiery red and yellow cone-shaped flowers.

-Grown by Twisted Brook
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Sweet William - Annapolis Seeds
Sweet William (out of stock)

New for 2020 - Dianthus barbatus - Biennial, with attractive low growing foliage the first year, followed by clusters of multi-coloured blooms in year two. Shades of cream, rose, burgundy and crimson. Favourite of butterflies. 100+ seeds

-Grown by Twisted Brook
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Angelica - Annapolis Seeds
Angelica (out of stock)

New for 2020 - Angelica archangelica - Edible, medicinal and a striking ornamental too. Biennial, with large white umbel flowers atop 5-6' stems the second year. All parts are edible; the stems can be eaten and the roots are used both medicinally for flavouring. Can self-sow when grown in favourable conditions. Native to northern Europe. 0.5 g

-Grown by Watershed Farm
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Evening Primrose
Evening Primrose
Price: $3.00

(Oenothera biennis) - A beautiful and useful native biennial, all parts of Evening Primrose are edible and the young leaves and shoots are especially good in salads. Produces a showy spike of fragrant yellow flowers in it's second year that will last for most of the summer, followed by a crop of seeds in the fall adored by birds and humans alike. The tiny seeds contain high levels of essential fatty acids and can be eaten like flax seeds. Can self sow and naturalize. Several hundred seeds

-Wild harvested by Annapolis Seeds
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