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Annual and Perennial Varieties of Quality Flower Garden Seeds for growing areas in large and small home gardens, condo's, patio and rooftop flower gardens, container gardening, community and organic gardens too...!!!

Grandiflora Gaillardia, Glorisoa Daisy, Colorama Geranium, Covent Garden Gypsophilia, White Paniculata, Chater's Double Hollyhock, Indian Spring Hollyhock, Tapestry Mixed Colors Impatiens Flower Garden Seed


Hart's Grandiflora Mixed Gaillardia Flower Seed
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Grandiflora Mixed GAILLARDIA Flower Seed
Stock #: HSF6037     Price: $1.99
Perennial Wildflowers -- Height 2-1/2 Feet

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EASY TO GROW: Gaillardia is one of the brightest and easiest to grow flowers of all the perennial daisies. Single flowered color mixture of red, rose, yellow, and bronze. Gaillardia makes excellent cut flowers for your special table and adds a touch of brightness to any room.

SOWING ... Plant Gaillardia seed outdoors in late spring or early summer. Sow seed in rows 24 inches apart and cover seed with 1/8 inch of fine soil, well pressed down.

THINNING ... When Gaillardia plants are 2 to 3 inches high, thin or transplant 12 inches apart in the row.

GERMINATION ... Gaillardia seed germinates in 3 to 4 weeks depending on soil temperature and weather conditions.

REMARKS ... Perennial wildflowers prefer full sun and sandy soil. Gaillardia will tolerate drought, poor soil and heat. Plants normally need no winter protection, and will bloom next June or July.


Hart's Colorama Geranium Flower Seed
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Colorama GERANIUM Flower Seed
Stock #: HSF6038     Price: $1.99
Tender Perennial -- Height 18 to 24 inches

Out of Stock for the 2009 Season

Geraniums are one of the world's most popular container grown flowers. Geraniums are excellent for window boxes, pot culture, rooftop gardens, or bedding outdoors. Geraniums are handsome, strong, bushy plants and bear large flowers ranging in color from white through pinks and reds.

SOWING ... Plant Geranium seed indoors about 8 weeks before frost-free date. Space seeds 1 inch apart in rows, 3 inches apart and cover with 1/8 inch of fine soil, well pressed down. Cover seed tray with plastic or paper to conserve moisture. Remove cover as soon as seeds sprout.

THINNING ... When Geranium plants are 1 to 2 inches high, thin or transplant to 10 to 12 inches apart.

GERMINATION ... Geranium seed germinates in 14 to 28 days depending on soil temperature and weather conditions.

REMARKS ... Geranium plants are easy to grow and require little care. Remove faded Geraniums flowers to encourage more flowering.


Hart's Glorisoa Daisy Flower Seed
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Single Mixed Colors GLORISOA DAISY Flower Seed
Stock #: HSF6039     Price: $1.99
Perennial -- Height 2 to 3 feet
(Tetraploid Rudbeckia)

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Glorisoa Daisy is a perennial that will bloom the first year if started in early spring. Glorisoa Daisy is a tetraploid version of the familiar Rudbeckia mixture that results in extremely large blooms up to 5 inches across, in various combinations of gold and red.

SOWING ... Plant Glorisoa Daisy seed outdoors after all danger of frost is past, or start indoors 4 to 6 weeks earlier. Plant seed 1/8 inch deep and cover with fine soil, well pressed down.

THINNING ... When Glorisoa Daisy plants are 2 to 4 inches high, thin or transplant 12 to 15 inches apart.

GERMINATION ... Glorisoa Daisy seed germinates in 7 to 10 days depending on soil temperature and weather conditions.

REMARKS ... Glorisoa Daisy flowers all summer when planted in full sun. Plant this perennial daisy in your flower garden where they will bloom year after year.


Hart's Covent Garden Baby's Breath Gypsophilia Flower Seed
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Covent Garden Baby's Breath GYPSOPHILA Flower Seed
Stock #: HSF6040     Price: $1.99
Annual -- Height 2 feet
(Gypsophilia elegans) * Dried Flowers *

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These airy plants are almost devoid of foliage, but their extremely delicate, well-branched stalks produce a charming, misty effect in the garden. Gypsophilia bear numerous tiny white blossoms, which are in great demand for cutting and combining with other flowers. Gypsophilia is a must have flower in your flower garden inventory.

SOWING ... Sow Gypsophilia seed outdoors early in spring. Cover seed with 1/4 inch of fine soil, well pressed down. Do not cover seeds deeply. Plant successively every three weeks, for continuous bloom throughout the summer.

THINNING ... When Gypsophilia plants are 3 to 4 inches high, thin or transplant to 12 inches apart.

GERMINATION ... Gypsophilia germinates in 10 to 14 days depending on soil temperature and weather conditions.

REMARKS ... When once established, Gypsophilia should not be disturbed on account of its long tap root.


Hart's Gypsophilia Baby's Breath White Paniculata Flower Seed
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Baby's Breath White GYPSOPHILA Flower Seed (Paniculata)
Stock #: HSF6041     Price: $1.99
Single Perennial -- Height about 2 Feet

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Gypsophilia Baby's Breath is a bushy plant with branching habit bearing dainty small flowers on long slender stems. Baby's Breath is suitable for flower gardens or borders combined with other perennials. Gypsophilia Baby's Breath is used extensively in the trimming of bouquets.

SOWING ... Plant Gypsophilia Baby's Breath flower seed outdoors as early in the Spring, as ground can be worked. Gypsophilia seed may also be started indoors 4 to 6 weeks before last frost. Baby's Breath may be started outdoors as late as early July. Plant in rows 8 inches apart, spacing seed 1 inch in the row. Cover Gypsophilia seed with 1/8 inch of fine soil, well pressed down.

THINNING ... When Gypsophilia Baby's Breath plants are 3 to 4 inches high, thin or transplant to 6 inches apart in the row or bed.

GERMINATION ... Gypsophilia seed germinates in 7 to 14 days depending on soil temperature and weather conditions.

REMARKS ... When once established Gypsophilia plants should not be disturbed as they have long tap roots. A winter mulch of leaves or straw helps prevent plant damage.


Hart's Chater's Double Mixed Colors HOLLYHOCK Flower Seed
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Chater's Double Mixed Colors HOLLYHOCK Flower Seed
Stock #: HSF6042     Price: $1.99
Hardy Biennial -- Height 5 feet
(Althea Rosea)

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Hollyhocks are the old-fashion garden plant with fully double blooms in shades of crimson, rose, pink, yellow and white. Hollyhock is a favorite in most flower gardens. Showy in beds or borders as well as meadow settings, Hollyhocks make excellent cut flowers as well.

SOWING ... Sow Hollyhock seed outdoors in late spring or early summer. Plant seeds in 24 inches rows, 2 inches apart in row. Cover seed with 1/8 inch of fine soil, well pressed down. Keep soil moist until plants start to grow.

THINNING ... When Hollyhock plants are 2 to 3 inches high, thin or transplant 10 to 12 inches apart.

GERMINATION ... Hollyhock seed germinates in 14 to 21 days depending on soil temperature and weather conditions.

REMARKS ... Hollyhocks normally need no winter protection and bloom the next June and July. Hollyhock are easy to grow, but prefer a sunny, well-drained location. Provide support if Hollyhocks will be exposed to strong winds.


Hart's Indian Spring Hollyhock Flower Seed
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Indian Spring HOLLYHOCK Flower Seed
Stock #: HSF6043     Price: $1.99
Annual -- Height 5 to 6 feet

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* ALL AMERICA SELECTIONS WINNER * This is the old-fashioned single and semi-double Hollyhock mix in shades of rose, pink and white. Hollyhock is a favorite in most gardens. Showy in beds or borders as well as meadow settings, Hollyhocks make excellent cut flowers as well.

SOWING ... Sow Hollyhock seed outdoors in spring as soon as the ground has warmed. Plant seeds in rows 24 inches apart, spacing seeds 1 to 2 inches apart in row. Cover seed with 1/8 inch fine soil, well pressed down. Keep soil moist until plants start to grow.

THINNING ... When plants are 2 to 3 inches high, thin or transplant Hollyhocks 10 to 12 inches apart.

GERMINATION ... Hollyhock seed germinates in 14 to 21 days depending on soil temperature and weather conditions.

REMARKS ... Hollyhock are easy to grow, but prefer a sunny, well-drained location. Provide support if Hollyhock plants will be exposed to strong winds.


Hart's Tapestry Pink Impatiens Flower Seed
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Tapestry Pink IMPATIENS Flower Seed
Stock #: HSF6045     Price: $1.99
Tender Annual -- Height 8 to 10 inches
* Shade Tolerant *

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Impatiens are popular because they will grow in sun or shade, in window boxes, pots or flower beds. Impatiens are a compact plant with glossy leaves, starts blooming early and continues till frost.

SOWING ... Plant Impatiens seed indoors about eight weeks before frost-free date. Space seeds 1/2 inch apart, in rows 3 inches apart, and press into soil. Do not cover, as Impatiens seeds are light sensitive. Cover seed tray with plastic or paper to conserve moisture. Remove cover as soon as Impatiens seeds sprout.

THINNING ... When plants are 2 to 4 inches tall, and all danger of frost is past, transplant Impatiens outdoors, spacing the plants 10 to 12 inches apart.

GERMINATION ... Impatiens seed germinates in 10 to 20 days depending on soil temperature and weather conditions.

REMARKS ... Impatiens will tolerate moderate shade but will thrive in light shade or full sun. Fertilize very lightly, if at all, as too much fertilizer reduces flowering.


Hart's Impatiens Tapestry Scarlet Flower Seed
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Tapestry Scarlet IMPATIENS Flower Seed
Stock #: HSF6046     Price: $1.99
Tender Annual -- Height 8 to 10 inches
* Shade Tolerant *

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Impatiens are a compact plant with glossy leaves. They start blooming while small and continues throughout the summer. Impatiens makes a beautiful house plant. Impatiens are popular because they will grow in sun or shade, in window boxes, pots or flower beds.

SOWING ... Plant Impatiens seed indoors about eight weeks before frost-free date. Space seeds 1/2 inch apart, in rows 3 inches apart, and press into soil. Do not cover, as Impatiens seeds are light sensitive. Cover seed tray with plastic or paper to conserve moisture. Remove cover as soon as Impatiens seeds sprout.

THINNING ... When Impatiens plants are 2 to 4 inches tall, and all danger of frost is past, transplant outdoors, spacing Impatiens plants 10 to 12 inches apart.

GERMINATION ... Impatiens seed germinates in 10 to 20 days depending on soil temperature and weather conditions.

REMARKS ... Impatiens will tolerate moderate shade but will thrive in light shade or full sun. Fertilize very lightly, if at all, as too much fertilizer reduces flowering.


Hart's Impatiens Tapestry White Flower Seed
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Tapestry White IMPATIENS Flower Seed
Stock #: HSF6047     Price: $1.99
Tender Annual -- Height 8 to 10 inches
* Shade Tolerant *

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Impatiens are popular because they will grow in sun or shade, in window boxes, pots or flower beds. Compact plant with glossy leaves, Impatiens starts blooming early and continues till frost.

SOWING ... Plant Impatiens seed indoors about eight weeks before frost-free date. Space seeds 1/2 inch apart, in rows 3 inches apart, and press into soil. Do not cover, as Impatiens seeds are light sensitive. Cover seed tray with plastic or paper to conserve moisture. Remove cover as soon as seeds sprout.

THINNING ... When Impatiens plants are 2 to 4 inches tall, and all danger of frost is past, transplant outdoors, spacing plants 10 to 12 inches apart.

GERMINATION ... Impatiens seed germinates in 10 to 20 days depending on soil temperature and weather conditions.

REMARKS ... Impatiens will tolerate moderate shade but will thrive in light shade or full sun. Fertilize Impatiens very lightly, if at all, as too much fertilizer reduces flowering.


Hart's Impatiens Tapestry Mixed Colors Flower Seed
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Tapestry Mixed Colors IMPATIENS Flower Seed
Stock #: HSF6048     Price: $1.99
Tender Annual -- Height 8 to 10 inches
* Shade Tolerant *

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Impatiens are popular because they will grow in sun or shade, in window boxes, pots or flower beds. Compact plant with glossy leaves, starts blooming early and continues till frost. Impatiens Tapestry Mixed Colors is a nice blend of red, salmon, rose and white shades for your garden enjoyment.

SOWING ... Plant Impatiens seed indoors about eight weeks before frost-free date. Space seeds 1/2 inch apart, in rows 3 inches apart, and press into soil. Do not cover, as Impatiens seeds are light sensitive. Cover seed tray with plastic or paper to conserve moisture. Remove cover as soon as seeds sprout.

THINNING ... When Impatiens plants are 2 to 4 inches tall, and all danger of frost is past, transplant outdoors, spacing plants 10 to 12 inches apart.

GERMINATION ... Impatiens seed germinates in 10 to 20 days depending on soil temperature and weather conditions.

REMARKS ... Impatiens will tolerate moderate shade but will thrive in light shade or full sun. Fertilize Impatiens very lightly, if at all, as too much fertilizer reduces flowering.




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