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Flowers From 2015

My archive of plant photos reached near unmanageability today. Here are a couple from 2015.

Zinnia (Zinnia sp.) – I don’t have a clear record of what variety this was as it was planted in my personal garden. ‘Thumbelina Mix’?

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Creeping Zinnia (Sanvitalis procumbens) – A great low-growing flower that provides a huge number of blossoms over many months. I grew this again for a customer this year (order anytime!) and I had a few extras. Each individual flower lasts weeks, which gives you an impressive buildup of flowers. Easily lasted until October when I culled for the winter.

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Plant List for May 18th @ Apex Farmers’ Market

We will be at the Apex Farmers’ Market on May 18th. NC sales tax is included in all prices. I’m happy to meet customers at shopping centers throughout Wake County if you can’t make it to the market. Pictures are available for all plants we sell. This means pictures of the actual plant you’ll be getting, not a stock photo. Delivery to your home is possible if you are ordering several plants. Sunday meeting and delivery are okay.

    New Plants

    $2.00 PLANTS
  • Cantaloupe, Caravelle – Cucumis melo, ‘Caravelle Hybrid’
  • Cucumber, Muncher Burpless – Cucumis sativus ‘Muncher Burpless’
  • Cucumber, Spacemaster – Cucumis sativus ‘Spacemaster’
  • Marigold, Disco Mix – Tagetes patula ‘Disco Mix’
  • Marigold, French, Spanish Brocade – Tagetes patula ‘Spanish Brocade’
  • Okra, Chanchal – Abelmoschus esculentus ‘Chanchal’
  • Okra, Red Burgundy – Abelmoschus esculentus ‘Red Burgundy’
  • $3.00 PLANTS
  • Chervil, Brussels Winter – Anthriscus cerefolium ‘Brussels Winter’
  • Eggplant, Andaz – Solanum melongena ‘Andaz’
  • Epazote – Chenopodium amborsiodes
  • Grass, Bunny Tails – Lagurus ovatus
  • Pepper, Caballero Hybrid – Capsicum annuum ‘Caballero Hybrid’
  • Petunia, Old Fashioned Climbing – Petunia sp. Old Fashioned Climbing
  • Tomato, 4th of July Hybrid – Lycopersicon esculentum ‘4th of July Hybrid’
  • Tomato, German Johnson – Lycopersicon esculentum ‘German Johnson’
  • Tomato, Speckled Roman – Lycopersicon esculentum ‘Speckled Roman’
  • $4.00 PLANTS
  • Pepper, Bishop’s Crown – Capsicum baacatum ‘Bishop’s Crown’
  • Pepper, Pasilla Bajio Chilaca – Capsicum annuum ‘Pasilla Bajio Chilaca’
  • Sage, Gentian, Cambridge Blue – Salvia patens ‘Cambridge Blue’

    Returning Plants

    $2.00 PLANTS
  • Zinnia, Benary’s Giant Mixed – Zinnia elegans ‘Benarys Giant Mixed’
  • $3.00 PLANTS
  • Basil, Holy Red, Krishna, Shyam Tulsi – Ocimum sanctum
  • Cilantro – Coriandrum sativum
  • Columbine, Rocky Mountain Blue – Aquilegia caerulea
  • Common Evening Primrose – Oenothera biennis
  • Coneflower, Tennessee – Echinacea tennesseensis
  • Culantro or Mexican Coriander – Eryngium foetidum
  • Ethiopian Cucumber – Cucumis insignis
  • Flax, Heavenly Blue – Linum narbonense ‘Heavenly Blue’
  • Helenium, Helena Mix – Helenium autumnale
  • Impatiens, Rose Balsam – Impatiens balsimina
  • Indigo, Small Yellow Wild – Baptisia tinctoria
  • Lemon Balm, Quedlinburger Niederliegende – Melissa officinalis
  • Maltese Cross – Lychnis chalcedonia
  • Marigold, Mexican Mint – Tagetes lucida
  • Mexican Hats, Grey Headed Coneflower, or Upright Prairie Coneflower – Ratibida columnifera
  • Osteospermum, Giant Mixed – Dimorphotheca hybrida, ‘Giant Mixed’
  • Pepper, Caballero Hybrid – Capsicum annuum ‘Caballero Hybrid’
  • Pepper, Texas Chiltepin – Capsicum annuum glabriusculum
  • Rue, Herb O’ Grace – Ruta graveolens
  • Sage, Common – Salvia officinalis
  • Snapdragon, Twinny Appleblossoms – Antirrhinum majus ‘Twinny Appleblossoms’
  • St. John’s Wort – Hypericum perforatum
  • Stevia – Stevia rebaudiana
  • Thyme, Mother-of-Thyme – Thymus serpyllum
  • Torenia, Suzie Wong (Wishbone Flower) – Torenia baillonii
  • Vinca, Jaio Dark Red – Catharanthus roseus ‘Jaio Dark Red’
  • Wild Bergamot – Monarda fistulosa
  • $4.00 PLANTS
  • Orange Ball Butterfly Tree, Matico – Buddleja globosa
  • Passion Flower or Maypops – Passiflora incarnata
  • Passion Fruit, Pink Banana – Passiflora mollissima
  • Pepper (Oaxacan), Chilhuacle Negro – Capsicum annuum ‘Chilhuacle Negro’
  • Pepper (Oaxacan), De Agua – Capsicum annuum ‘De Agua’
  • Pepper (Oaxacan), Chiltepec – Capsicum annuum ‘Chiltepec’
  • Pepper, Black Pearl – Capsicum annuum ‘Black Pearl’
  • Pepper, Covincha – Capsicum chacoense
  • $5.00 PLANTS
  • Pepper (Peruvian), Aji Panca – Capsicum chinense ‘Aji Panca’

Email: info[at symbol] freshfromseed.com

I’m happy to meet customers at shopping centers throughout Wake County if you can’t make it to the market. Pictures are available for all plants we sell. This means pictures of the actual plant you’ll be getting, not a stock photo. Delivery to your home is possible if you are ordering several plants. Sunday meeting and delivery are okay.

Plant List for May 11th @ Apex Farmers’ Market

We are will be at the Apex Farmers’ Market on May 11th. NC sales tax is included in all prices. Rain and wind are likely this Saturday. We’ll be there. I’m happy to meet customers at shopping centers throughout Wake County if you can’t make it to the market. Pictures are available for all plants we sell. This means pictures of the actual plant you’ll be getting, not a stock photo. Delivery to your home is possible if you are ordering several plants. Sunday meeting and delivery are okay.

    New Plants

    $2.00 PLANTS
  • Basil, Mammoth – Ocimum basilicum ‘Mammoth’
  • Cantaloupe, Caravelle – Cucumis melo, ‘Caravelle Hybrid’
  • Zinnia, Benary’s Giant Mixed – Zinnia elegans ‘Benarys Giant Mixed’
  • Zinnia, Peppermint Stick – Zinnia elegans ‘Peppermint Stick’
  • $3.00 PLANTS
  • Basil, Holy Red, Krishna, Shyam Tulsi – Ocimum sanctum
  • Basil, Queenette – Ocimum basilicum ‘Queenette’
  • Cilantro – Coriandrum sativum
  • Common Evening Primrose – Oenothera biennis
  • Coneflower, Tennessee – Echinacea tennesseensis
  • Coneflower, Yellow – Echinacea paradoxa
  • Culantro or Mexican Coriander – Eryngium foetidum
  • Helenium, Helena Mix – Helenium autumnale
  • Impatiens, Rose Balsam – Impatiens balsimina
  • Indigo, Small Yellow Wild – Baptisia tinctoria
  • Lemon Balm, Quedlinburger Niederliegende – Melissa officinalis
  • Maltese Cross – Lychnis chalcedonia
  • Mexican Hats, Grey Headed Coneflower, or Upright Prairie Coneflower – Ratibida columnifera
  • Osteospermum, Giant Mixed – Dimorphotheca hybrida, ‘Giant Mixed’
  • Royal Catchfly – Silene regia
  • Rue, Herb O’ Grace – Ruta graveolens
  • St. John’s Wort – Hypericum perforatum
  • Thyme, Mother-of-Thyme – Thymus serpyllum
  • Torenia, Suzie Wong (Wishbone Flower) – Torenia baillonii
  • Wild Bergamot – Monarda fistulosa
  • $4.00 PLANTS
  • Orange Ball Butterfly Tree, Matico – Buddleja globosa
  • Passion Flower or Maypops – Passiflora incarnata
  • Passion Fruit, Pink Banana – Passiflora mollissima
  • Pepper (Oaxacan), Chilhuacle Negro – Capsicum annuum ‘Chilhuacle Negro’
  • Pepper (Oaxacan), De Agua – Capsicum annuum ‘De Agua’
  • $5.00 PLANTS
  • Pepper (Peruvian), Aji Panca – Capsicum chinense ‘Aji Panca’
  • Pepper, Jamaican Chocolate Habanero – Capsicum chinense ‘Jamaican Chocolate’

    Returning Plants

    $3.00 PLANTS
  • Chamomile, Roman – Chamaemelum nobile
  • Columbine, Rocky Mountain Blue – Aquilegia caerulea
  • Eggplant, Andaz – Solanum melongena ‘Andaz’
  • Eggplant, Shyamala – Solanum melongena ‘Shyamala’
  • Ethiopian Cucumber – Cucumis insignis
  • Flax, Heavenly Blue – Linum narbonense ‘Heavenly Blue’
  • Hyssop, Sunset – Agastache rupestris
  • Marigold, Mexican Mint – Tagetes lucida
  • Pepper, Caballero Hybrid – Capsicum annuum ‘Caballero Hybrid’
  • Pepper, Texas Chiltepin – Capsicum annuum glabriusculum
  • Petunia, Dolcissima Flambe Hybrid – Petunia multiflora ‘Dolcissima Flambe Hybrid’
  • Sage, Common – Salvia officinalis
  • Snapdragon, Twinny Appleblossoms – Antirrhinum majus ‘Twinny Appleblossoms’
  • Stevia – Stevia rebaudiana
  • Tomato, Chocolate Cherry – Lycopersicon esculentum ‘Chocolate Cherry’
  • Tomato, Coyote – Lycopersicon lycopersicum ‘Coyote’
  • Vinca, Jaio Dark Red – Catharanthus roseus ‘Jaio Dark Red’
  • $4.00 PLANTS
  • Pepper (Oaxacan), Chiltepec – Capsicum annuum ‘Chiltepec’
  • Pepper, Black Pearl – Capsicum annuum ‘Black Pearl’
  • Pepper, Covincha – Capsicum chacoense

Email: info[at symbol] freshfromseed.com

Rain and wind are likely this Saturday. We’ll be there. I’m happy to meet customers at shopping centers throughout Wake County if you can’t make it to the market. Pictures are available for all plants we sell. This means pictures of the actual plant you’ll be getting, not a stock photo. Delivery to your home is possible if you are ordering several plants. Sunday meeting and delivery are okay.

Plant List for April 27th @ Apex Farmers’ Market

We are will be at the Apex Farmers’ Market on April 27th (and May 11th). We’ll have the following plants at the market on the 27th. New plants on the left. Returning plants on the right:

  • Chamomile, Roman – Chamaemelum nobile
  • Columbine, Rocky Mountain Blue – Aquilegia caerulea
  • Cucumber, Muncher Burpless – Cucumis sativus ‘Muncher Burpless’
  • Cucumber, Spacemaster – Cucumis sativus ‘Spacemaster’
  • Eggplant, Andaz – Solanum melongena ‘Andaz’
  • Eggplant, Shyamala – Solanum melongena ‘Shyamala’
  • Flax, Heavenly Blue – Linum narbonense ‘Heavenly Blue’
  • Hyssop, Sunset – Agastache rupestris
  • Marigold, Mexican Mint – Tagetes lucida
  • Pepper, Black Pearl – Capsicum annuum ‘Black Pearl’
  • Pepper, Caballero Hybrid – Capsicum annuum ‘Caballero Hybrid’
  • Pepper, Chiltepec – Capsicum annuum ‘Chiltepec’
  • Pepper, Covincha – Capsicum chacoense
  • Pepper, Marbles Hot – Capsicum annuum ‘Marbles Hot’
  • Pepper, Texas Chiltepin – Capsicum annuum glabriusculum
  • Petunia, Dolcissima Flambe Hybrid – Petunia multiflora ‘Dolcissima Flambe Hybrid’
  • Sage, Common – Salvia officinalis
  • Snapdragon, Twinny Appleblossoms – Antirrhinum majus ‘Twinny Appleblossoms’
  • Stevia – Stevia rebaudiana
  • Strawflower, Finest Mixed – Helichrysum bracteatum ‘Finest Mixed’
  • Tomato, Chocolate Cherry – Lycopersicon esculentum ‘Chocolate Cherry’
  • Tomato, Coyotoe – Lycopersicon lycopersicum ‘Coyote’
  • Vinca, Jaio Dark Red – Catharanthus roseus ‘Jaio Dark Red’
  • Zucchini, Green Gourmet – Cucurbita pepo ‘Green Gourmet Hybrid’
  • Amaranth, Joseph’s Coat – Amaranthus tricolor ‘Josephs Coat’
  • Common Milkweed – Asclepias syriaca
  • Coreopsis, Lanceleaf – Coreopsis lanceolata
  • Fennel, Sweet Florence – Foeniculum vulgare dulco
  • Gomphrena, QIS Carmine – Gomphrena globosa ‘QIS Carmine’
  • Impatiens, Rose Balsam – Impatiens balsimina
  • Marigold, French, Spanish Brocade – Tagetes patula ‘Spanish Brocade’
  • Nasturtium, Empress of India – Tropaeolum minus ‘Empress of India’
  • Pepper (Oaxaca), Chilhuacle Amarillo – Capsicum annuum
  • Pepper (Oaxaca), Chilhuacle Negro – Capsicum annuum
  • Pepper (Oaxaca), Chilhuacle Rojo – Capsicum annuum
  • Pepper (Oaxaca), Costeno Amarillo – Capsicum annuum
  • Pepper (Oaxaca), Costeno Rojo – Capsicum annuum
  • Pepper (Oaxaca), De Agua – Capsicum annuum
  • Pepper (Peruvian), Aji Panca – Capsicum chinense
  • Sage, Gentian, Cambridge Blue – Salvia patens ‘Cambridge Blue’
  • Strawberry, Mignonette – Fragaria vesca ‘Mignonette’
  • Tobacco, Flowering – Nicotiana langsdorfii
  • Zinnia, Peppermint Stick – Zinnia elegans ‘Peppermint Stick’

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We’ll be there rain or shine and it doesn’t look like any rain that falls will be heavy. I’m excited about the Covincha Pepper (Capsicum chacoense) that we have for sale this week. I know of only one source (Sacred Succulents) for seed and they list it as “Another rare wild chile pepper, native to mid elevation southern Bolivia, adjacent Argentina and Paraguay.” Grow this plant and have an interesting story to tell, be one of the first to give the peppers a review on your social media platform, and take pictures that others won’t have seen. This is the type of plant that Fresh From Seed makes accessible to our customers.

2013 Spring Plant Sale List

Below are a list of plants we will have available for sale in April & possibly May. We will be having at least 2 plant sales on Saturdays in the Wake County area. All plants will be priced from $2-$5, tax included. Many of the plants are in our research phase, so not all may come up in time and some will not come up at all. If there is a particularly plant you would love to have, please email us so enough get out of the transplant phase. If you definitely want a plant to be available, pay in advance and we will reserve the plants for you. Please email info[at symbol]freshfromseed.com.

BY LATIN NAME

  • Abelmoschus esculentus – Okra, Chanchal
  • Abelmoschus esculentus – Okra, Red Burgundy
  • Agastache rupestris – Sunset Hyssop
  • Allium karataviense – Blue Tongue Leek
  • Amaranthus tricolor ‘Josephs Coat’ – Amaranth, Josephs Coat
  • Antirrhinum majus ‘Twinny Appleblossoms’ – Snapdragon, Twinny Appleblossoms
  • Aquilegia caerulea – Columbine, Rocky Mountain Blue
  • Asclepias syriaca – Common Milkweed
  • Asparagus officinalis ‘Precoce D’Argenteuil’ – Asparagus, Precoce D’Argenteuil
  • Baileya multiradiata – Desert Marigold
  • Buddleia globosa – Orange Ball Butterfly Tree or Matico
  • Calendula officinalis ‘Mandarin Twist’ – Calendula, Mandarin Twist
  • Calendula officinalis ‘Neon’ – Calendula, Neon
  • Calendula officinalis – Calendula
  • Calycanthus floridus – Carolina Allspice [Failure]
  • Capsicum annuum – Oaxaca Pepper, Chilhuacle Amarillo
  • Capsicum annuum – Oaxaca Pepper, Chilhuacle Negro
  • Capsicum annuum – Oaxaca Pepper, Chilhuacle Rojo
  • Capsicum annuum – Oaxaca Pepper, Chiltepec
  • Capsicum annuum – Oaxaca Pepper, Costeno Amarillo
  • Capsicum annuum – Oaxaca Pepper, Costeno Rojo
  • Capsicum annuum – Oaxaca Pepper, De Agua
  • Capsicum annuum – Chilaca Pepper, Pasilla Bajio
  • Capsicum annuum var. glabriusculum – Chiltepine Pepper, Texas
  • Capsicum chacoense – Covincha Pepper or Tova
  • Capsicum chinense – Peruvian Pepper, Aji Panca
  • Capsicum chinense – Habanero Pepper, Black
  • Capsicum chinense – Habanero Pepper, Jamaican Chocolate
  • Carthamus tinctorius – Safflower or Corrales Azafran
  • Catharanthus roseus ‘Jaio Dark Red’ – Vinca, Jaio Dark Red
  • Chamaemelum nobile – Chamomile, Roman
  • Cimicifuga racemosa atropurpurea – Black Cohosh or Black Snakeroot
  • Cleome serrulata – Rocky Mountain Bee Plant
  • Coreopsis lanceolata – Coreopsis, Lanceleaf
  • Cornus alternifolia – Dogwood, Pagoda
  • Cymbopogon flexuosus – Lemongrass
  • Datura metel – Sadadhatura or Black Datura
  • Dianthus caryophyllus ‘Chabaud Giant’ – Carnation, Chabaud Giant
  • Echinacea paradoxa – Coneflower, Yellow
  • Echinacea tennesseensis – Coneflower, Tennessee
  • Eryngium foetidum – Culantro or Mexican Coriander
  • Eschscholzia californica – Poppy, California
  • Eugenia uniflora – Surinam Cherry
  • Foeniculum vulgare dulco – Fennel, Sweet Florence
  • Fragaria vesca ‘Mignonette’ – Strawberry, Mignonette
  • Gaura coccinea – Scarlet Gaura
  • Gomphrena globosa ‘QIS Carmine’ – Gomphrena, QIS Carmine
  • Gossypium hirsutum – Cotton, Mississippi Brown
  • Helenium autumnale – Helenium, Helena Mix
  • Helichrysum bracteatum – Strawflower, Mixed
  • Hypericum perforatum – Saint John’s Wort
  • Impatiens balsamina – Impatiens, Rose Balsam
  • Lavandula angustifolia – Lavender, English
  • Linum narbonense ‘Heavenly Blue’ – Flax, Heavenly Blue
  • Lobelia cardinalis – Lobelia, Cardinal Flower
  • Lupinus texensis – Texas Bluebonnet
  • Lycium exsertum – Wolfberry
  • Lycopersicon esculentum ‘German Johnson’ – Tomato, German Johnson
  • Lycopersicon esculentum ‘Sweet Baby Girl Hybrid’ – Tomato, Sweet Baby Girl Hybrid
  • Meconopsis betonicifolia – Poppy, Himalyan Blue
  • Myrrhis odorata – Sweet Cicely
  • Nicotiana alata – Tobacco, Flowering
  • Nicotiana langsdorfii – Tobacco, Flowering
  • [New] Ocimum basilicum ‘Queenette’ – Basil, Thai, Queenette
  • Ocimum basilicum – Basil, Sweet
  • Oenothera biennis – Primrose, Common Evening
  • Origanum majorana – Marjoram
  • Origanum vulgare – Oregano
  • Panicum sonorum – Panic Grass, Sagui
  • Papaver rhoeas – Poppy, Flanders
  • Papaver orientale – Poppy, Oriental Mix
  • Papaver sp. – Poppy, Moms
  • Passiflora incarnata – Passionflower, Purple or Maypop
  • Passiflora mollissima – Passionflower, Pink Banana
  • Petunia multiflora ‘Dolcissima Flambe’ – Petunia, Dolcissima Flambe
  • Pinus aristata – Pine, Bristlecone
  • Portulaca sp. – Portulaca
  • Ratibida columnifera – Mexican Hat
  • Rudbeckia sp. – Rudbeckia, Grandmoms
  • Ruta graveolens – Rue or Herb-of-Grace
  • Salvia officinalis – Sage, Common
  • Salvia patens ‘Cambridge Blue’ – Sage, Gentian, Cambridge Blue
  • Scabiosa atropurpurea ‘Dwarf Double Mixed’ – Scabiosa, Dwarf Double Mixed
  • Silene regia – Royal Catchfly
  • Solanum melongena – Eggplant, Shyamala
  • Solanum melongena – Eggplant, Andaz
  • Solanum quitoense – Lulo or Naranjilla
  • Solanum uporo – Cannibal’s Tomato or Poro Poro
  • Solanum x Burbankii – Wonderberry
  • Stevia rebaudiana – Stevia
  • Tagetes patula ‘Court Jester’ – Marigold, Court Jester
  • Tagetes lucida – Marigold, Mexican Mint
  • Tagetes minuta BK10510.1 – Tagetes minuta BK10510.1 or Suico
  • Tagetes patula ‘Spanish Brocade’ – Marigold, French, Spanish Brocade
  • Thymus vulgaris – Thyme, Common or German
  • Torenia baillonii ‘Susie Wong’ – Torenia, Susie Wong
  • Tragopogon porrifolius – Salsify, Mammoth Sandwich Island
  • Tropaeolum minus ‘Empress of India’ – Nasturtium, Empress of India
  • Tropaeolum peregrinum – Nasturtium, Yellow Canary Creeper
  • Withania somnifera – Ashwagandha or Indian Ginsing
  • Zinnia elegans ‘Peppermint Stick’ – Zinnia, Peppermint Stick
  • Zinnia elegans ‘Thumbelina Mix’ – Zinnia, Thumbelina Mix

BY COMMON NAME

  • Amaranth, Josephs Coat – Amaranthus tricolor ‘Josephs Coat’
  • Ashwagandha or Indian Ginsing – Withania somnifera
  • Asparagus, Precoce D’Argenteuil – Asparagus officinalis ‘Precoce D’Argenteuil’
  • [New] Basil, Thai, Queenette – Ocimum basilicum ‘Queenette’
  • Basil, Sweet – Ocimum basilicum
  • Black Cohosh or Black Snakeroot – Cimicifuga racemosa atropurpurea
  • Blue Tongue Leek – Allium karataviense
  • Calendula – Calendula officinalis
  • Calendula, Mandarin Twist – Calendula officinalis ‘Mandarin Twist’
  • Calendula, Neon – Calendula officinalis ‘Neon’
  • Cannibal’s Tomato or Poro Poro – Solanum uporo
  • Carnation, Chabaud Giant – Dianthus caryophyllus ‘Chabaud Giant’
  • Carolina Allspice – Calycanthus floridus [Failure]
  • Chamomile, Roman – Chamaemelum nobile
  • Chilaca Pepper, Pasilla Bajio – Capsicum annuum
  • Chiltepine Pepper, Texas – Capsicum annuum var. glabriusculum
  • Columbine, Rocky Mountain Blue – Aquilegia caerulea
  • Common Milkweed – Asclepias syriaca
  • Coneflower, Tennessee – Echinacea tennesseensis
  • Coneflower, Yellow – Echinacea paradoxa
  • Coreopsis, Lanceleaf – Coreopsis lanceolata
  • Cotton, Mississippi Brown – Gossypium hirsutum
  • Covincha Pepper or Tova – Capsicum chacoense
  • Culantro or Mexican Coriander – Eryngium foetidum
  • Desert Marigold – Baileya multiradiata
  • Dogwood, Pagoda – Cornus alternifolia
  • Eggplant, Andaz – Solanum melongena
  • Eggplant, Shyamala – Solanum melongena
  • Fennel, Sweet Florence – Foeniculum vulgare dulco
  • Flax, Heavenly Blue – Linum narbonense ‘Heavenly Blue’
  • Gomphrena, QIS Carmine – Gomphrena globosa ‘QIS Carmine’
  • Habanero Pepper, Black – Capsicum chinense
  • Habanero Pepper, Jamaican Chocolate – Capsicum chinense
  • Helenium, Helena Mix – Helenium autumnale
  • Impatiens, Rose Balsam – Impatiens balsamina
  • Lavender, English – Lavandula angustifolia
  • Lemongrass – Cymbopogon flexuosus
  • Lobelia, Cardinal Flower – Lobelia cardinalis
  • Lulo or Naranjilla – Solanum quitoense
  • Marigold, Court Jester – Tagetes patula ‘Court Jester’
  • Marigold, French, Spanish Brocade – Tagetes patula ‘Spanish Brocade’
  • Marigold, Mexican Mint – Tagetes lucida
  • Marjoram – Origanum majorana
  • Mexican Hat – Ratibida columnifera
  • Nasturtium, Empress of India – Tropaeolum minus ‘Empress of India’
  • Nasturtium, Yellow Canary Creeper – Tropaeolum peregrinum
  • Oaxaca Pepper, Chilhuacle Amarillo – Capsicum annuum
  • Oaxaca Pepper, Chilhuacle Negro – Capsicum annuum
  • Oaxaca Pepper, Chilhuacle Rojo – Capsicum annuum
  • Oaxaca Pepper, Chiltepec – Capsicum annuum
  • Oaxaca Pepper, Costeno Amarillo – Capsicum annuum
  • Oaxaca Pepper, Costeno Rojo – Capsicum annuum
  • Oaxaca Pepper, De Agua – Capsicum annuum
  • Okra, Chanchal – Abelmoschus esculentus
  • Okra, Red Burgundy – Abelmoschus esculentus
  • Orange Ball Butterfly Tree or Matico – Buddleia globosa
  • Oregano – Origanum vulgare
  • Panic Grass, Sagui – Panicum sonorum
  • Passionflower, Pink Banana – Passiflora mollissima
  • Passionflower, Purple or Maypop – Passiflora incarnata
  • Peruvian Pepper, Aji Panca – Capsicum chinense
  • Petunia, Dolcissima Flambe – Petunia multiflora ‘Dolcissima Flambe’
  • Pine, Bristlecone – Pinus aristata
  • Poppy, California – Eschscholzia californica
  • Poppy, Flanders – Papaver rhoeas
  • Poppy, Himalyan Blue – Meconopsis betonicifolia
  • Poppy, Moms – Papaver sp.
  • Poppy, Oriental Mix – Papaver orientale
  • Portulaca – Portulaca sp.
  • Primrose, Common Evening – Oenothera biennis
  • Rocky Mountain Bee Plant – Cleome serrulata
  • Royal Catchfly – Silene regia
  • Rudbeckia, Grandmoms – Rudbeckia sp.
  • Rue or Herb-of-Grace – Ruta graveolens
  • Sadadhatura or Black Datura – Datura metel
  • Safflower or Corrales Azafran – Carthamus tinctorius
  • Sage, Common – Salvia officinalis
  • Sage, Gentian, Cambridge Blue – Salvia patens ‘Cambridge Blue’
  • Saint John’s Wort – Hypericum perforatum
  • Salsify, Mammoth Sandwich Island – Tragopogon porrifolius
  • Scabiosa, Dwarf Double Mixed – Scabiosa atropurpurea ‘Dwarf Double Mixed’
  • Scarlet Gaura – Gaura coccinea
  • Snapdragon, Twinny Appleblossoms – Antirrhinum majus ‘Twinny Appleblossoms’
  • Stevia – Stevia rebaudiana
  • Strawberry, Mignonette – Fragaria vesca ‘Mignonette’
  • Strawflower, Mixed – Helichrysum bracteatum
  • Sunset Hyssop – Agastache rupestris
  • Surinam Cherry – Eugenia uniflora
  • Sweet Cicely – Myrrhis odorata
  • Tagetes minuta BK10510.1 or Suico – Tagetes minuta BK10510.1
  • Texas Bluebonnet – Lupinus texensis
  • Thyme, Common or German – Thymus vulgaris
  • Tobacco, Flowering – Nicotiana alata
  • Tobacco, Flowering – Nicotiana langsdorfii
  • Tomato, German Johnson – Lycopersicon esculentum ‘German Johnson’
  • Tomato, Sweet Baby Girl Hybrid – Lycopersicon esculentum ‘Sweet Baby Girl Hybrid’
  • Torenia, Susie Wong – Torenia baillonii ‘Susie Wong’
  • Vinca, Jaio Dark Red – Catharanthus roseus ‘Jaio Dark Red’
  • Wolfberry – Lycium exsertum
  • Wonderberry – Solanum x Burbankii
  • Zinnia, Peppermint Stick – Zinnia elegans ‘Peppermint Stick’
  • Zinnia, Thumbelina Mix – Zinnia elegans ‘Thumbelina Mix’