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

Heavenly Blue Morning Glory, Flying Saucers Morning Glory, Crimson Rambler Morning Glory, Giant Morning Glory, Alaska Nasturtium Mixed Colors, Dwarf Jewel Nasturtium, Glorious Gleam Nasturtium, Sensation Nicotiana, Blue Fescue Ornamental Grass, Swiss Giant Pansy, Colorama Mixed Colors Petunia, Drummondi Mixed Phlox, and Double Gaiety Pinks Flower Garden Seed.

Customer Note: Sorry, express or expedited shipping IS NOT AVAILABLE for this product.

June 17, 2009

Please note that most of our vegetable, flower and herb seeds - including collections - are now SOLD OUT for the season. Please check back with us in January for the 2010 seeds.

Our Pumpkin Patch is still fully stocked with all varieties, and our Country Store has a full selection of great gardening gifts.


Hart's Morning Glory Heavenly Blue Flower Seed
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Improved Heavenly Blue MORNING GLORY Flower Seed
Stock #: HSF6060     Price: $1.99
Annual -- Height 10 to 15 Feet

Out of Stock for the Season

CLIMBING: Heavenly Blue Morning Glory is one of the few flowers of true blue and probably the finest of all Morning Glories. Flowers up to 4 inches across, deep blue with white throat. Morning Glory blossom profusely for long season, opening in the morning and facing the sun.

SOWING ... Plant seed outdoors after all danger of frost is past, or start indoors 4 to 6 weeks earlier. Plant Morning Glory seeds 3 inches apart and cover with 1/2 inch of fine soil, well pressed down.

THINNING ... When plants are 2 to 3 inches high, thin to about 6 inches apart in the row or bed.

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

REMARKS ... Morning Glory seed has a very hard coat and better results will be obtained if the seed is soaked in lukewarm water for 24 to 48 hours before planting. Morning Glories prefer dry sandy soil. A southern exposure will add more continuous blooming.


Hart's Flying Saucers Morning Glory Flower Seed
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Flying Saucers MORNING GLORY Flower Seed
Stock #: HSF2309     $1.99
Annual -- Height 10 to 15 feet

Out of Stock for the Season

CLIMBING: Flying Saucers Morning Glory is a new variety of a large flowered climbing morning glory. Flowers up to 4 inches across with a background of crystal white and random radiating sprays, stripes and splashes of Lilac Blue. The throat is tinted with soft lemon yellow. Morning Glory flowers open in the early morning and fold in the afternoon. On cloudy days, morning glory flowers will remain open all day.

SOWING ... Plant Morning Glory seed outdoors after all danger of frost is past, or start indoors 4 to 6 weeks earlier. Plant seed 3 inches apart and cover with 1/4 inch fine soil, well pressed down. Keep soil moist until seeds germinate and start to grow.

THINNING ... When Morning Glory plants are 2 to 3 inches tall, thin or transplant 6 inches apart in the row or bed.

GERMINATION ... Morning Glory seed germinates in 12 to 21 days depending on soil temperature and weather conditions.

REMARKS ... Morning Glory Seed has a very hard seed coat and better results will be obtained if the seed is soaked in lukewarm water for 24 to 48 hours and then planted in warm (60 F. to 70 F. degrees) soil. Morning Glories prefer average soil, moderate watering, and no excessive fertilizing. A southern exposure will add to more continuous blooming.


Hart's Morning Glory Crimson Rambler Flower Seed
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Crimson Rambler MORNING GLORY Flower Seed
Stock #: HSF6062     Price: $1.99
Annual -- Height 10 to 15 feet

Out of Stock for the Season

CLIMBING: Crimson Rambler Morning Glory is a variety of a large flowered morning glory, produces large bright red flowers up to 4 inches across. The throat is tinted with creamy white. Morning Glory flowers open in the early morning and fold in the afternoon. On cloudy days, Crimson Rambler Morning Glory flowers will remain open all day.

SOWING ... Plant Morning Glory seed outdoors after all danger of frost is past, or start indoors 4 to 6 weeks earlier. Plant seed 3 inches apart and cover with 1/4 inch of fine soil, well pressed down. Keep soil moist until seeds start to grow.

THINNING ... When Morning Glory plants are 2 to 3 inches tall, thin or transplant 6 inches apart in the row or bed.

GERMINATION ... Morning Glory seed germinates in 12 to 21 days depending on soil temperature and weather conditions.

REMARKS ... Morning Glory seed has a very hard seed coat and better results will be obtained if the seed is soaked in lukewarm water for 24 hours and then planted in warm (60 to 70 degrees) soil. Morning Glories prefer average soil, moderate watering, and no excessive fertilizing. A southern exposure will add to more continuous blooming.


Hart's Morning Glory Giant Mixed Flower Seed
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Giant Mixed MORNING GLORY Flower Seed
Stock #: HSF6063     Price: $1.99
Annual -- Height 10 to 15 feet

Out of Stock for the Season

CLIMBING: Probably the best known rapid climber, Morning Glory vines and flowers are excellent for covering arbors, trellises and stumps. The Morning Glory flower has very large flowers 3-1/2 to 4 inches across in shades of pinks and blues, open in the morning and close in the afternoon.

SOWING ... Plant seed outdoors after all danger of frost is past, or start indoors 4 to 6 weeks earlier. Plant Morning Glory seeds 3 inches apart and cover with 1/2 inch of fine soil, well pressed down.

THINNING ... When Morning Glory plants are 2 to 3 inches high, thin to about 6 inches apart in the row or bed.

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

REMARKS ... Morning Glory seed has a very hard coat and better results will be obtained if the seed is soaked in lukewarm water for 24 to 48 hours before planting. Morning Glories prefer dry sandy soil. A southern exposure will add to more continuous blooming.


Hart's Nasturtium Dwarf Jewel Flower Seed
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Jewel Mixed Colors Dwarf NASTURTIUM Flower Seed
Stock #: HSF6064     Price: $1.99
Annual -- Height 15 inches

Out of Stock for the Season

EDIBLE FLOWERS: This dwarf variety of Nasturtium supersedes all other Nasturtiums. The brilliant mixed colored flowers bloom above the foliage, rather than being hidden by leaves. Will blossom freely when not allowed to go to seed, and colors are most delicate. Nasturtiums are ideal for cutting. Try some Nasturtium this flower season, even if you have never planted this flower variety before.

SOWING ... Plant Nasturtium seed outdoors after all danger of frost is past, and where plants are to remain. Plant Nasturtium in rows 6 inches apart and cover seed with 1/2 inch of fine soil, well pressed down.

THINNING ... When plants are 2 to 3 inches high, thin to about 6 inches apart in the row or bed.

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

REMARKS ... Easily grown in any soil and blooms profusely for a long period. Nasturtiums require little water and no fertilizer, as enriched soil tends to produce more foliage, than flowers.


Hart's Nasturtium Glorious Gleam Flower Seed
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Glorious Gleam Mixed NASTURTIUM Flower Seed (Hybrid)
Stock #: HSF6065     Price: $1.99
Annual -- Height 20 inches
* EDIBLE FLOWERS *

Out of Stock for the Season

ALL AMERICA SELECTIONS WINNER: The Nasturtium flowers are fine, large, well formed, sweet scented doubles, borne profusely on long runners from well rounded bushes. Nasturtium colors range from brilliant red to orange, maroon and cream yellow. Plants are semi-trailing.

SOWING ... Plant Nasturtium seed outdoors after all danger of frost is past where plants are to remain. Plant in rows 6 inches apart and cover seed with 1/2 inch of fine soil, well pressed down.

THINNING ... When Nasturtium plants are 2 to 3 inches high, thin to about 6 inches apart in the row or bed.

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

REMARKS ... Easily grown in any soil and blooms profusely for a long period. Nasturtiums require little water and no fertilizer, as enriched soil tends to produce more foliage, than flowers.


Alaska Mixed Colors Nasturtium Flower Seed
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Alaska Mixed Colors NASTURTIUM Flower Seed
Stock #: HSF6067     Price: $1.99
Annual -- Height 10 to 15 inches
* * * EDIBLE FLOWERS * * *

Out of Stock for the Season

EDIBLE FLOWERS: This Nasturtium flower variety has edible blossoms. Unusual green and white variegated mound shape foliage make attractive background for edible flower blossoms that are yellow, orange, salmon and cherry. Try the Alaska Nasturtium this growing season, even if you have never planted this Nasturtium flower variety before.

SOWING ... Plant Nasturtium seed outdoors after all danger of frost is past, and where plants are to remain. Plant in rows 6 inches apart and cover seed with 1/2 inch of fine soil, well pressed down.

THINNING ... When Nasturtium plants are 2 to 3 inches high, thin to about 6 inches apart in the row or bed.

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

REMARKS ... These flowers are easily grown in any soil and blooms profusely for a long period. Nasturtiums require little water and no fertilizer, as enriched soil tends to produce more foliage, than flowers.


Hart's Sensation Mixture Nicotiana Flower Seed
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Sensation Mixture NICOTIANA Flower Seed
Stock #: HSF6066     Price: $1.99
Annual -- Height 2-1/2 to 3 feet

Out of Stock for the Season

Nicotiana is an old flower garden favorite, generating renewed interest. Nicotiana is very free flowering in a rich array of colors, with a light evening fragrance. Share some Nicotiana flower seed with a gardening friend this growing season.

SOWING ... Sow Nicotiana seed outdoors after all danger of frost is past or start indoors 6 to 8 weeks earlier. The seeds need light to germinate, so merely press into the soil. Mist lightly to keep soil moist.

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

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

REMARKS ... Nicotiana flower plants do best in rich soil, in light shade or full sun.


Hart's Blue Fescue Ornamental Grass Seed
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Blue Fescue ORNAMENTAL GRASS Seed
Stock #: HSF6068     Price: $1.99
Perennial -- Height 18 to 24 inches
(Festuca ovina var. glauca)

Out of Stock for the Season

This variety of Blue Fescue Ornamental grass grows in upright tufts rather than spreading like lawn grass. Produces silvery blue mounds of fine leaves. Blue Fescue Ornamental grass makes an attractive addition to any flower bed or garden, or can be used alone in low maintenance landscapes. Add this to your garden seed collection this flower growing season.

SOWING ... Plant Blue Fescue grass seed outdoors as soon as the ground can be worked. Plant seed thinly in rows 12 inches apart, spacing seed 4 to 6 inches apart in the row and cover seed with 1/8 inch of fine soil, well pressed down. Keep soil moist until the seeds start to grow.

THINNING ... When plants are 2 to 4 inches tall, thin or transplant 12 inches apart in the row or bed.

GERMINATION ... Blue Fescue Ornamental grass seed germinates in 10 to 15 days depending on soil temperature and weather conditions.

REMARKS ... Widely adapted, Blue Fescue will tolerate poor soil, and salt air, but will thrive in garden situations. Blue Fescue Ornamental grass is attractive as specimen plants surrounded by wood chip mulch.


Hart's Swiss Giant Pansy Flower Seed
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Swiss Giant Mixed Colors PANSY Flower Seed
Stock #: HSF6069     Price: $1.99
Biennial -- Height 6 to 10 inches

Out of Stock for the Season

EDIBLE FLOWERS: Pansies are a free flowering biennial flower that blooms very early in the Spring. Compact plants produce large beautiful flowers in a wide range of rich colors. Pansies are excellent in beds and rock gardens as well as cut flowers in a small bowl.

SOWING ... Plant pansy seed indoors in late winter for blooms the same year, or plant outdoors in early fall for blooms the next year. Plant in rows 6 inches apart, spacing seeds thinly in the row. Cover pansy seed with 1/8 inch fine soil, well pressed down. Keep soil moist until seedlings appear.

THINNING ... When pansy plants are 1 inch high, thin to 3 inches apart. Make final transplants outdoors as soon as ground can be worked, setting plants 6 inches apart.

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

REMARKS ... Pansies prefer a rich moist soil and will tolerate partial shade. Keep flowers picked for longer blooms.


Hart's Petunia Colorama Mixed Colors Flower Seed
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Colorama Mixed Colors PETUNIA Flower Seed
Stock #: HSF6070     Price: $1.99
Annual -- Height 12 inches

Out of Stock for the Season

For massing of colors in beds or borders, the Petunia is still one of the most popular flowers. In window boxes or overhanging a terrace wall, their riot of color is enchanting. Petunias like the sun and often bloom within 2 months from seed and continue with colors until frost.

SOWING ... Plant Petunias seed indoors 10 to 12 weeks before danger of frost is past, or plant directly outdoors through mid-June. Plant seeds 1/4 inch apart, in rows 3 inches apart, and press into soil. Do not cover, as petunia seed is very small. Finely mist and cover seed tray with plastic or paper to conserve moisture. Remove cover as soon as seeds sprout.

THINNING ... When petunia plants are 2 to 4 inches tall, and ground is warm, transplant to garden, spacing 8 to 12 inches apart.

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

REMARKS ... Almost no other annual flower succeeds so easily or so well as Petunias when planted in a sunny position. For denser plants and more flowers, pinch or shear Petunias when 6 inches tall and keep faded flowers picked.


Hart's Phlox Drummondi Mixed Colors Flower Seed
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Drummondi Mixed Colors PHLOX Flower Seed
Stock #: HSF6071     Price: $1.99
Annual -- Height 1 Foot

Out of Stock for the Season

EASY TO GROW: Phlox is one of the easiest annual flowers to grow. For variety and combinations of bright fresh colorings, Phlox are unequaled and they flower freely during the entire summer, bearing their blooms on strong stems.

SOWING ... Sow Phlox seed outdoors as soon as the ground can be worked, or start indoors 6 to 8 weeks earlier. Plant Phlox in rows 18 inches apart, spacing seed 1 inch in the row. Cover seed with 1/8 inch of fine soil, well pressed down. Keep soil moist until plants start to grow. Satisfactory results are obtained by planting Phlox seed outdoors as late as mid-June.

THINNING ... When plants are 2 to 3 inches high, thin or transplant 12 to 15 inches apart.

GERMINATION ... Phlox seed germinates in 10 to 18 days depending on soil temperature and weather conditions.

REMARKS ... The annual Phlox are of easy culture in any garden soil but will do best in well drained soil given plenty of moisture and plant food and full sun.


Hart's Double Gaiety Mixture Pinks Flower Seed
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Double Gaiety Mixture PINKS Flower Seed
Stock #: HSF6072     Price: $1.99
Biennial -- Height 12 inches
(Dianthus)

Out of Stock for the Season

EASY TO GROW: Pinks, although a biennial flower, blooms from seed the first year if started early. Their double flowers on strong stems, in a rich variety of colors make Pinks especially attractive. Pinks are easy to grow and are excellent for flower beds, borders or cut flowers.

SOWING ... Start Pinks seed indoors 6 to 8 weeks before danger of frost is past for blooms the first year. Plant outdoors in mid-summer for blooms the following spring. Plant Pinks in rows 1 foot apart, spacing seed 1/2 inch apart in row. Cover Pinks seed 1/8 inch with fine soil, well pressed down.

THINNING ... When Pinks plants are 2 to 3 inches tall, thin or transplant to 10 to 12 inches apart each way.

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

REMARKS ... Pinks started in summer do not bloom until the second year; a protective mulch of straw or leaves should be used where winters are severe. Keeping the Pinks flowers picked will prolong the blooming period.




More Hart's Quality Annual and Perennial Varieties of Flower Garden Seeds

Poppy, Portulaca, Purple Coneflower, Pyrethrum, Salvia, Scabiosa,
Scarlet Flax, Sensitive Plant, Shasta Daisy


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