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Novelties of heirloom seeds for the Fourth week of December 2018

The assortment of goods of our store has been replenished, - novelties of heirloom seeds. All the seeds before packaging are tested for germination and variety, so you can be sure that the plant that is mentioned in the description will grow.
Vigorous, high-performing plants produce dramatic, sturdy 36-40 in. long stems of huge, open-face, lightly-scented, butterfly-type flowers. Chantilly Light Salmon blooms are longer lived than other snapdragons, both in the garden and the vase.
This annual is a favorite flower in gardens of North America because it readily establishes from Snapdragon seeds, and it gives an incredible display of colorful blooms. This tall red annual is incredibly beautiful!
In Belgium and the Netherlands this bean is called Boerentenen. In Greece they are traditionally prepared in a tomato sauce and baked in a dish called Gigantes Plaki. Extremely hard to find seed for this. These plants grow well in a cool climate also.
For this evergreen Candytuft, start Iberis Gibraltarica seeds and add this lovely ground cover to your garden. This type of perennial Candytuft is a flowering plant of the genus Iberis and the family Brassicaceae.
Perennial Sweet Pea vine is also known as Everlasting Pea or Everlasting Peavine. It will grow 48 - 60 inches and will climb any adjacent vegetation or structure with its twining tendrils. In open areas it will spread along the ground.
Abutilon, is also called Flowering Maple or Parlor Maple. This Abutilon mixture makes a lovely house plant or is suitable for containers. Very free blooming and easy to care for, it asks for only a sunny window and a periodic dose of fertilizer.
Originating from the Greek word for “heavenly flower,” Carnations are sure to bring joy to your garden, and the “Grenadin Double Mix” Carnation seeds pack twice the delight!
Grow beautiful Carnations in your own flower garden easily from flower seed! In many parts of the world, the popularity of Carnations is more than any other type of flower including roses.
Bellis Perennis seeds can be started directly outdoors, and are so much more than the sweet little lawn flowers that are common low-growing daisies called English Daisy. This Bellis English Daisy cultivar is larger and much showier.
Grow a garden filled with the lovely Chabaud Rose Carnation, from freshly harvested Dianthus caryophyllus flower seeds. Clove Carnations are not your typical Carnation flower.
This Bellis flower seed is a mixture of English Daisy seeds that creates a lovely arrangement of shades ranging from white to red. Large, fully double English Daisy blooms grow on compact uniform plants.
Carnation 'Grenadin Mix' blooms in summer with fragrant, double flowers in shades of pink, red, rose, yellow and white. The plants are relatively compact, and the blue-green foliage is very attractive. Also known as Carnation 'Grenadin Double Mixture'.
Carnations also make wonderful bedding and border plants and have a spicy-sweet fragrance and are attractive to bees and butterflies. Throughout the centuries the popularity of Carnation flowers has remained undiminished.
Grown from Carnation seeds, this is an heirloom Dianthus flower found in many home gardens which is often used for a cut flower. King of Burgundy is the darkest of a reddish purple color and has the appearance of black velvet.
Doronicum Orientale plants are uncommon, but they are wonderful spring blooming perennials with attractively toothed foliage and daisy-like flowers. It performs best in a partially shaded, consistently moist location.
Considered to be a trailing plant, this variety reaches about 20 inches. It can grow in baskets where it trails out over the sides, or give it a structure to climb. Grown from Nasturtium seeds, it establishes quickly and easily.
What a charmer for the flower garden! Beautiful white daisies cover Aster Alpinus early in the season. They are ideal for containers and rock gardens, and they are considered to be easy to establish from Aster flower seed.
Heliopsis are reliable for their very long season of bloom. Heliopsis seeds are a snap to grow, and soon, the plant will be producing a seemingly never ending supply of cheerful yellow flowers.
This mix of flowering daisies is so impressive your neighbors will all be asking where you got this beautiful mix. You can tell them that you grew your own Gerbera Daisies from flower seed!
Masses of small red, golden centred, daisy-like flowers smother this bright plant all summer long. This lovely single marigold has a neat mound-forming habit and finely cut, citrus-scented foliage.
Attractive leaves with creamy-white margins turn orange in autumn, with small clusters of red-tinged, yellow flowers appearing in spring. It is a handsome, round-headed tree and makes an excellent specimen for medium-sized gardens and grows well.
Sycamores are wonderfully hardy and robust trees, growing in places that would stunt most others. They were introduced to Britain from Europe during the Middle Ages, then spread rapidly and colonised new areas.
A long-lived introduced perennial with an extensive and aggressive root system. Used for pasture, forage, disturbed sites. Smooth brome is the most widely used of the cultivated bromegrasses.
Phacelia tanacetifolia. Pale, mauve-blue, fragrant flowers unfold like ferns at the top of long leafy stems and attracts bees from miles around. The delicate, lacy foliage bears a resemblance to yarrow.
Sweet clovers are widely used as erosion controls, ground cover, forage, and honey production. Clover is a legume and has nitrogen fixing capabilities, thereby improving soils for other crops.
Breeded in 1987 by the Ukrainian Academy of Agrarian Sciences. This mid-season variety of tobacco has improved smoking properties, aroma of smoke and inflorescence, high quality raw materials.
This is a thermophilic culture. Grown as seedlings, and sowing in the ground. Plant height from 1 to 1.5 m. The leaves are wide, have a peculiar smell. Used for the production of tobacco products as well as to combat dangerous pests of agricultural crops.
A perspective variety of the Ukrainian selection of the Crimean Experimental Station of Tobacco-growing. Created by the method of species hybridization of the Peremozhek-83 varieties from the Nicotine Silvestris.
The high-yielding skinned variety, on productivity approaches the Moldavian variety. It has a high yield of higher commercial tobacco. Sowing: end of April - beginning of May. Seeding rate: 3.5-4.0 grams per hundred.
Maryland is a medium flavored Maryland type tobacco that grows to 6 feet in height and produces very large leaves to 36" long and 18" wide. It air cures to a light reddish brown color. Maryland tobacco is commonly used as a blender. Matures in 55-60 days.
Dark blue Chinese aster (Callistephus chinensis) "Contraster" combines compact, clustered habit and small size (30-40 cm in height) with unusual ornamental value that results from magnificent, double flower heads.
Large (up to 10 cm in diameter), semi-double pink inflorescences develop in August atop the main stem and side shoots and continue to bloom until first frosts. Stems of this aster variety are stiff, erect and broadly branching.
This prolific variety with double, large chrysanthemum-like blooms usually grows 90 cm tall. It starts to bloom in July, after the Sweet William, cornflower and ornamental garlic, that it can replace on a multi-species border.
Large (up to 10 cm in diameter), semi-double violet inflorescences develop in August atop the main stem and side shoots and continue to bloom until first frosts. Stems of this aster variety are stiff, erect and broadly branching.
Chrysanthemum-flowered aster "Comet" (Callistephus chinensis) is a very attractive annual plant. Asters in general belong to the most beautiful summer flowers that delight us with an exceptional colour palette and abundant blooming.
"Connie" Princess aster (Callistephus chinensis) is an annual plant developing an erect and compact habit and reaching 50 - 75 cm in height. It develops semi-double crimson-pink inflorescences that sit atop the main stem and side shoots.
"Hella" Princess aster (Callistephus chinensis) is an annual plant developing an erect and compact habit, reaching 50-80 cm in height. Abundant blooming and beauty of its crimson, cherry-red flowers that gather in large inflorescences atop the main stem.
Princess aster "Malinka" (Callistephus chinensis) is a variety producing extremely decorative flowers. Inflorescences of this variety stand out with their form: their broad centres are filled with disc flowers.
Purple peony aster (Callistephus chinensis) wins more and more supporters every season. This wonderful variety with extremely large, round, double inflorescences dazzles with the abundance and long period of blooming.
This is a mix of Aster Truffaunt's Peony plants. It is an annual variety that grows 50-70 centimetres in height with rigid upright shoots which produce exceptionally decorative globular inflorescences in several colours, including white, yellow, orange!
Impressive, bicolour inflorescences that appear in the summer resemble peony blooms with their shape and subtle, pink-white colour. This charming plant blooms in summer months until beginning of autumn.
Yellow peony aster (Callistephus chinensis) will bring truly sunny glow into your garden. This undemanding, persistently blooming annual plant has an erect habit and their straight, branched stems are covered with vividly green, small, oval-spiky leaves.
Blue peony aster (Callistephus chinensis) with summer-sky coloured blooms outshines the majestic peonies, whom it owes its name. This original variety with untypically coloured blooms can become an exquisite decoration on every sunny corner.
"Ofelia" peony-flowered aster (Callistephus chinensis) is an attractive plant that would work in many garden arrangements. This annual plant grows 60 - 80 cm tall. Its large inflorescences resemble peony flowers.
White tall peony aster (Callistephus chinensis) is an exceptional aster variety with huge, full flowers that immediately bring peonies to your mind. This sturdy annual plant reaches 50-80 cm in height and starts to bloom in the middle of the summer.
Tall chinese aster "King Size" (Callistephus chinensis) grows up to 100 cm tall and should be considered by all annual plant lovers, who care for exuberant blooming and large flowers. This variety forms a tall, broad tussock.
Pink pompom-flowered aster (Callistephus chinensis) is an annual plant that will adorn your garden all summer long. This broadly spreading plant may grow up to 50 cm tall. The abundance of large, pompom-shaped blooms that reach 4-5 cm in diameter.
Yellow pompom-flowered aster (Callistephus chinensis) is a popular annual plant producing unique blooms that resemble - easy guess - pompoms. This species reaches circa 50 cm in height and takes on a nice bushy habit.
Red pompom-flowered aster (Callistephus chinensis) is a very attractive annual plant. Charming, vividly red inflorescences with a diameter of 4-5 cm sit atop long, erect stems. They resemble pompoms and adorn the garden all summer long.
China Aster ‘Princess Mix’ is a mix of annual china asters with glamorous large multi-coloured inflorescences that produce mostly tubular flowers. Contrary to dwarf aster varieties, which grow up to 30 centimetres in height.
Needle-petal aster "Esmeralda" (Callistephus chinensis) will introduce a fiery red colour to your garden. It will enchant with its intense colouring and the shape of the inflorescence. It consists of myriads of single flowers that look like tiny needles.
Blue needle petal china aster (Callistephus chinensis) is a wonderful variety with intensely coloured, cornflower-blue, thin-as-needles petals that are bundled in round, double, beautiful inflorescences.
Needle Aster is an annual plant which grows 50 to 80 centimetres in height. This variety is truly outstanding due to its lovely multi-coloured inflorescences, whose single flowers look like needles, hence the name of this plant.
Sky-blue pompom-flowered aster (Callistephus chinensis) belongs to the odd members of the aster family. This plant, commonly grown in home gardens, strikes with a characteristic bushy habit and a height up to 50 cm.

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