Color your summer patio, porch, garden or yard with flowers this summer! Brighten up salads and parties with edible flowers! Use marigolds to stave off bugs in your veggie garden or brighten up your balcony with some cosmos and zinnias. Choose between a 4-pack or 4" pot with a single plant (that is larger).
New for 2020: Pinwheel Marigold
Bachelor Button (heirloom)
Annuals with edible flowers, annuals may self-seed.Colors range from light purple to pink, purple and blue. Cute little puff ball flower heads. Plant height: 16-24”.
Calendula: Pacific Beauty (heirloom)
Edible petals-they are tangy, slightly bitter petals and can be used to garnish salads or main dishes. Plant height: 18-24”.
Cosmos: Double Click (heirloom)
Semi-double and double puffy blooms in shades of pink, white, plum and magenta. Sturdy stems make these great cut flowers. 4’
Marigold: Crackerjack (heirloom)
Double bloomed-orange, gold and yellow flowers on plants 3’ tall.
Fun, bicolored marigolds attract many pollinators. Plants are on the large side- about 3’ tall.
Marigold: Queen Sophia (heirloom)
Dwarf French marigold produces a range of different colored flowers
Nasturtium: Mix (heirloom)
A range of bright orange, red and yellows. Fun, edible flower with a peppery taste- brightens up any dish. Leaves are round with succulent stems and are also edible. 8” tall, will spread if given room
Sunflower: Dwarf: Hella Sonnenblume
Many flowers are produced from one plant. Strong stems support these 4” diameter yellow-petaled blooms.
Zinnia: California Giant Mix (heirloom)
Range of saturated colors on both single and double blooms. 30” tall. Make excellent cut flowers. Deadhead to encourage more flowers.
Zinnia: Red Scarlet (heirloom)
Deep red flowers with yellow and red centers. Plant height 30-36”
Excellent cut flower, bright white petals surround yellow center. Our farm "mascot"! 36" tall, spreads each year.
Also known as echinacea, this flower adds so much to bouquets and the bees love it!