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June 24, 2008

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Hart's Heritage Blue Boy Cornflower Seed

Hart's Heritage Blue Boy Cornflower Seed
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Hart's Heritage Cornflower Blue Boy Seed
(Centaurea Cyanus)
Stock# YGHHPFLR101   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: Cornflowers, so called in England where they often self-sow in corn fields, were brought to the Americas in the 17th century. Better known today as Bachelor's Buttons, these blue beauties were worn by returning sailors to signify they were available to marry.

HABIT: Rich, blue fine petalled pom-pom flowers bloom atop two foot tall gray-green foliage. Blooms late spring to early fall. Lovely cut flower or in a wildflower mix. The flowers are also edible.

CULTURE: Easy to grow annual for full sun. Sow cornflower seeds directly outdoors in late spring when soil has warmed, covering with 1/4 inch of fine soil. Thin to 6 inches apart. Removing spent flowers will encourage continuous bloom. Will self-sow from year to year.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Seed Cosmos Sensation Mix
Hart's Heritage Cosmos Sensation Mix Seed
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Hart's Heritage Cosmos Sensation Mix Seed
(Cosmos Bipinnatus)
Stock# YGHHPFLR103   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: Originally found in Mexico, it's name comes from the Greek word meaning "ordered universe" for how balanced the simple blooms appear. These early flowering cosmos became all the rage in the early 1920's when all the older varieties didn't bloom until fall.

HABIT: A summer blooming annual for sunny locations. Mixes well in a wildflower meadow. Airy blossoms come in all shades of deep pink to white. Cosmos grow 2 to 3 feet tall and makes a nice cut flower.

CULTURE: Sow seed indoors 4 weeks before last frost or sow seeds directly outdoors in late spring. Cover seeds with 1/8 inch of fine soil. Cosmos adapts well to poor dry conditions once established.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Firmament Forget Me Not Flower Seed
Hart's Heritage Forget Me Not Firmament Seed
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Hart's Heritage Forget Me Not Firmament Seed
(Cynoglossum Amabile)
Stock# YGHHPFLR105   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: Also called Hound's Tongue, this forget-me-not was introduced from Germany in the early 1900's. In the language of flowers, forget-me-nots represent loving remembrance.

HABIT: This hardy annual produces masses of star shaped true-blue flowers with deeper blue veins and a pale eye from mid-summer to late fall. Gray-green foliage grows 15 inches tall making a nice cut flower. Forget Me Not will self-seed but is not invasive.

CULTURE: Sow seed indoors 6 weeks before planting out in late spring or sow directly outdoors in early spring before the last the last frost. Seed germinates best if given a cool period. Cover seed with 1/4 inch of soil. Plants do well in well drained soil but will tolerate both wet and dry conditions once established.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Seed Four O'Clocks Beauty of the Night
Hart's Heritage Four O'Clocks Beauty of the Night Seed
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Hart's Heritage Four O'Clocks Beauty of the Night Seed
(Mirabilis Jalapa)
Stock# YGHHPFLR107   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: Also called the Marvel-of-Peru..., this antique flower was discovered by the Conquistadores in the 16th century. Favored by Victoria women for it's fragrance in the evening garden.

HABIT: A prized plant for the evening garden, the flowers open late in the afternoon and produce a sweet orange scent that lingers into the night, blooming into the late fall. These bushy 2 foot plants produce best when grown in full sun and warmed regularly.

CULTURE: Sow seed indoors 6 weeks before last frost date to produce earliest flowers. Seeds require light to germinate, so do not cover with soil. Transplant Four O'Clocks outdoors 2 weeks after last frost has passed.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Seed Outhouse Hollyhocks Single Mixed Colors
Hart's Heritage Outhouse Hollyhocks Single Mixed Colors Seed
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Hart's Heritage Outhouse Hollyhocks Single Mixed Colors Seed
(Alcea Rosea)
Stock# YGHHPFLR109   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: At social gatherings, these huge, single saucer shaped blooms helped ladies of the 1900's discover the location of the "water closet" without having to ask the hostess.

HABIT: A biannual in the northeast, these sun loving flowers tower over 6 feet when in full bloom in mid-summer. Hollyhocks will require staking the second year.

CULTURE: Sow seeds any time of the year when the ground can be cultivated to produce flowers the second year. For flowers the first year, start seeds indoors in peat pots 8 weeks before the last frost date. Just press seeds into the soil, do not cover. Seeds require light to germinate. Plant outside after last frost is passed. Cut stalks back after flowering and mulch over crowns in winter.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Seed Lavender
Hart's Heritage Lavender Seed
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Hart's Heritage Lavender Seed
(Lavandula Angustifolia)
Stock# YGHHPFLR111   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: Lavender is native to the Mediterranean and sacred to the Egyptians. The Romans brought lavender to England where it flourished. Used originally for its medicinal qualities and its ability to "calm the heart". The scent of lavender and the beauty of the flowers still soothes the spirit today.

HABIT: A evergreen perennial shrub with gray-green leaves, the rich purple flower spikes bloom in late June into July. Lavender requires full sun, good drainage and plenty of lime to sweeten the soil for best flowering. To dry, cut stems just before the flowers open.

CULTURE: For flowers the first year, start seeds indoors, 8 to 10 weeks before the last spring frost 1/8 inch deep. Keep planted seeds in cold place (above freezing) for 4 weeks then bring into warm location. Plant seedlings outside in late spring. Young plants may require a winter mulch the first year.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Seed Lupine Bluebonnet Purple Flower
Hart's Heritage Lupine Bluebonnet Flower Seed
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Hart's Heritage Lupine Bluebonnet Flower Seed
(Lupinus Perennis)
Stock# YGHHPFLR113   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: Perennial lupines are native to North America and are a common wildflower in the Northeast and Texas. Each leaf of a plant will follow the movement of the sun and fold up completely in the evening, leading to the common name "sundial plant".

HABIT: Lupines prefer poor soil and are often found in large masses by the roadside in Maine. Tall pale lavender to deep purple stalks of pea-like flowers bloom early to midsummer with a honey-like scent. Lupines are actually legumes, and add nitrogen to the soil as they grow.

CULTURE: Lupine do not like to be transplanted, so start seeds in peat pots or seed directly outdoors in early spring or late fall. Gently scratch seed coat with a nail file to encourage germination.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Moonflower Evening Glory
Hart's Heritage Moonflower Evening Glory Seed
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Hart's Heritage Moonflower Evening Glory Seed
(Pomoea Noctiflora)
Stock# YGHHPFLR115   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: Moonflower is a member of the morning glory family; first discovered in central America. Prized in gardens since the mid 1700's for enjoyment during a moonlight stroll.

HABIT: This annual, night blooming vine fills the air with an intoxicating fragrance as the sun sets. Each luminous white trumpet shaped flower can be 5 to 6 inches across and lasts only one night to be replaced the following evening by newly opened blossoms. These are tropical vines and do not flower until the summer evenings become warm.

CULTURE: Plant seeds directly outdoors 4 weeks after last frost; they do not transplant well. Seed germinates best if soaked 24 hours in water before planting. Cover seeds with 1/4 inch of fine soil and keep moist until vines are 6 inches tall. Do not fertilize; Moonflower blooms best if grown in poor soil in full sun. Provide support for the vines.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Seed Morning Glory Grandpa Ott's
Hart's Heritage Morning Glory Grandpa Ott's Seed
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Hart's Heritage Morning Glory Grandpa Ott's Seed
(Pomoea Purpurea)
Stock# YGHHPFLR117   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: A family heirloom handed down from John Ott to his granddaughter Diane Whealy. One of the original varieties that inspired the beginning of Heritage Farm. Grown at many historical living museums.

HABIT: A heat loving hardy annual vine that grows to 15 feet when supported. Rich velvety looking deep purple flowers have a bright rose star and throat which open each morning. A real eye catcher in the garden...!

CULTURE: Soak morning glory seeds in water for 24 hours before planting. Plant directly outside after last spring frost. Grandpa Ott's is more tolerant of cooler temperatures than other morning glories and often will self-seed from one year to the next.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Seed Morning Glory Early Heavenly Blue
Hart's Heritage Morning Glory Early Heavenly Blue Seed
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Hart's Heritage Morning Glory Early Heavenly Blue Seed
(Pomoea Tricolor)
Stock# YGHHPFLR119   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: Morning glories are native to Mexico. In the early 1600's they wee introduced to monasteries where the monks frequently used them as inspiration for the decorative borders of their manuscripts. "Heavenly Blue" was first found by a home gardener in the early 1900's and quickly became the most popular morning glory.

HABIT: This heat loving annual vine, twines to over 15 feet with heart shaped leaves and deep sky blue flowers. Each morning glory blossom appears in the morning lasting only one day. For best results, do not fertilize.

CULTURE: Morning Glory seeds germinate best if soaked in water for 24 hours before planting. Plant directly outdoors in full sun 4 weeks after the last spring frost. Cover seeds with 1/4 inch of fine soil and keep evenly moist until plants are 6 inches tall. Will tolerate dry conditions once established. Thin morning glories to 6 inches apart.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Nasturtium Seed Empress of India
Hart's Heritage Nasturtium Empress of India Seed
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Hart's Heritage Nasturtium Empress of India Seed
(Tropaeolum Minus)
Stock# YGHHPFLR121   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: First introduced to Europe in the sixteenth century from Peru, this is the classic Victorian nasturtium. Grown originally for its medicinal value, it quickly became the subject of gardeners, chefs, and painters.

HABIT: Unusual scarlet flowers with long spurs appear atop a mounding plant. Unlike many nasturtiums, these have a sweet scent. The blue-green leaves and the flowers are often used as a peppery tasting addition to salads. Pickled seeds are a caper substitute.

CULTURE: Plant nasturtium seeds directly outdoors in full sun 1 week after the last spring frost. Cover seeds with 1/4 inch of fine soil. Thin to 12 inches apart. Lovely in containers. For best flowers, do not fertilize.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Poppy Oriental Scarlet Seed
Hart's Heritage Poppy Oriental Scarlet Seed
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Hart's Heritage Poppy Oriental Scarlet Seed
(Papaver Orientale)
Stock# YGHHPFLR123   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: Although poppies have been known since antiquity, the Scarlet Poppy is most widely recognized world wide thanks to paintings by the many artists in the garden. Thomas Jefferson mentioned adding this "large poppy" to his garden at Monticello in 1771.

HABIT: The tissue-paper crimson petals with their dark eye make a vivid splash in the garden or the wildflower meadow. Blooms in early summer on 3 foot tall stems. Seed pods are often used in dry flower arrangement. A perennial which will also self-seed if pods are left in place.

CULTURE: Poppies do not transplant well; sow seeds outdoors in early spring (6 weeks before last spring frost) in full sun. Press seeds into soil, covering lightly. Thin plants to stand 18 inches apart for best bloom. Poppy prefers a rather poor, well drained acidic soil. Do not add lime or fertilizer.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Sunflower Mammoth
Hart's Heritage Sunflower Mammoth Seed
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Hart's Heritage Sunflower Mammoth Seed
(Helianthus Annuus)
Stock# YGHHPFLR125   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: A native to America, sunflowers were grown for the nutritious seeds they produce. The botanical name comes from the Greek god of the sun, Helios, because each flower turns to the sun throughout the day.

HABIT: The sunflower is a giant in the garden that can top 12 feet tall. Sturdy stems bear one large yellow flower the top which can measure 12 to 15 inches wide. Side stems continue to produce many smaller blooms once the top flower fades. Each plant produces hundreds of high quality striped seeds for you or the birds.

CULTURE: Sunflowers are fast growing plants. Sow seed directly outdoors in full sun to light shade after last spring frost. Cover seeds with 1/4 inch of fine soil. Thin to 24 inches apart and stand back. Towering sunflower plants need support in windy locations.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Seed Sunflower Velvet Queen
Hart's Heritage Sunflower Velvet Queen Seed
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Hart's Heritage Sunflower Velvet Queen Seed
(Helianthus Annuus)
Stock# YGHHPFLR127   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: The nearly black center of this rich maroon sunflower has been described "as if it were unshorn velvet" (John Gerard). Every part of the sunflower was used by native Americans and pioneer families. New shoots were eaten like asparagus, seeds were eaten or pressed for oil, leaves were used as fodder, petals produced a good quality dye, and the fibers from the stalks were used to make cloth.

HABIT: These 6 foot tall sunflowers are well branched and free flowering making them ideal for cutting. Sunflowers offer continuous bloom from mid-summer until frost.

CULTURE: Sow sunflower seeds directly outdoors in a sunny location after the last spring frost. Cover seeds with 1/4 inch of fine soil. Thin plants to 18 inches apart.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Seed Sweet Peas Old Spice Mix
Hart's Heritage Sweet Peas Old Spice Mix Seed
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Hart's Heritage Sweet Peas Old Spice Mix Seed
(Lathyrus Odoratus)
Stock# YGHHPFLR129   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: Originally found in Sicily by a Franciscan monk in the late 1600's, they were brought to England and over the next 200 years became the emblem of Edwardian England. Carried to America by early immigrants, sweet peas are still found in every fragrant garden.

HABIT: Most fragrant sweet peas have a honey-like perfume. Old Spice has an added undertone of clove which made it a favorite in the garden and the parlor. 5 foot tall sturdy plants produce a profusion of 1 inch butterfly blooms from late spring until early summer.

CULTURE: Sweet peas seeds germinate best if soaked in water for 24 hours before planting. Plant seeds indoors 6 weeks before the last spring frost or plant directly outdoors in late spring. Cover seeds with 1/4 inch of fine soil. Thin Sweet Peas to 18 inches apart. Sweet peas grow best in full sun but will tolerate light shade. They require alkaline conditions; add lime if needed. Removing spent flowers will prolong bloom time.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Seed Zinnia Pumilia Mix
Hart's Heritage Zinnia Pumilia Mix Seed
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Hart's Heritage Zinnia Pumilia Mix Seed
(Zinnia Elegans)
Stock# YGHHPFLR131   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: Grown by the Aztecs and discovered by botanists in 1519, Zinnias gets its name from Johann Gottfred Zinn, an 18th century German botanist who worked to improve the colors.

HABIT: Medium size 24 inch plants produce an abundance of fully double pom-poms type blossoms about 2-1/2 inches across in a varied selection of colors. Zinnias thrive in hot weather with moderate water. One of the easiest flowers to grow from seed.

CULTURE: Sow zinnia seed in late spring as soon as the danger of frost is past, or start indoors 6 weeks earlier. Cover seed with 1/4 inch fine soil, well pressed down. When plants are 3 inches tall, thin or transplant 12 to 15 inches apart. Germinates in 5 to 10 days depending on soil and weather conditions.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Seed and Heirloom Flower Collection
Hart's Heritage Seed 2005 Flower Collection
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Hart's Heritage 2005 Flower Seed Collection
(Heirloom and Vintage - Open pollinated (non-hybrid))
Stock# YGHHPFLR1COL   $27.20 -- SAVE   Shipping Weight: 7 ounces

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HART'S HERITAGE SEED 2005 FLOWER COLLECTION: Remember those beautiful flowers your Grandparents grew, or the flower grower down the road used to sell at the local roadside stand...? These flowers have an array of colors and shades that will brighten any section of your sunny flower garden. Growing a colorful flower garden is very special. You are having outdoor fun and learning a new experience.

A REMINDER: Plant a few of Grandma's flowers in your flower garden this year. They will complement your freshly picked garden vegetables nicely on your dinner table. Once you've grown fresh flowers, you'll readily agree to their excellent fragrance and beautiful colors...! Hart's Heritage Seed Flower Collection comes with easy to follow instructions on the Sixteen (16) packets of garden seeds (flower varieties as listed above).

HART'S HERITAGE SEEDS are open pollinated (non-hybrid). Check our comprehensive garden glossary for more gardening terms and additional information. Hart's Heritage Seed Flower Collection has many colors which are especially attractive, and full of beautiful natural seasonal tones...! Also makes the perfect gift for the flower gardener in your family or the heirloom seed saver collector.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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