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Baby's Breath | The Good Seed Company
Baby's Breath
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This delicate-looking plant is actually an easy-to-grow hardy annual that produces copious sprays of pure white flowers on bushy plants.The long-lasting flowers are a standard in fresh and dried flower arrangements, adding an airy accent to bouquets. Pollinator friendly garden plant. [No Montana sales; no shipping to Washington or California]

Columbine - Colorado | The Good Seed Company
Columbine - Colorado
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This exquisitely delicate alpine columbine is native to our Rocky Mountains. Blue and lavender spurs are beautifully offset by a white corolla and yellow stamen. Early blooming perennial that grows to about 2.5 ft. Hummingbirds and other pollinators love them. Wildflower for naturalizing. Good permaculture, polyculture and homestead garden plant.
Columbine-Chesaw Mix | The Good Seed Company
Columbine-Chesaw Mix
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A colorful mx from our favorite plants that do well in our founders’ Chesaw garden. Easy to grow perennials that come back each year on their own and are adored by hummingbirds and butterflies. Wildflower for naturalizing. Good permaculture, polyculture and homestead plant.
Herb - Culver's Root | The Good Seed Company
Culver's Root
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Native to North America, this hardy perennial medicinal is an elegant garden addition. Grows 3-6 ft with striking spikes of showy white blossoms midsummer. Aged root is treasured liver tonic. Aka Black Root by Native American herbalists. Pollinator friendly and homestead, permaculture and polyculture garden favorite.

Herb - Blue Vervain | The Good Seed Company
Herb - Blue Vervain
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Also known as Ma Bian Cao. Cold-hardy herbaceous perennial native to North America and long prized as a medicinal and ceremonial plant. Its European counterpart has been valued by cultures around the globe for millenia. One of the Bach Flower remedies. Whole plant value. Also pollinator friendly. Wildflower garden favorite. Permaculture, polyculture and homestead plant.

Herb - Figwort | The Good Seed Company
Herb - Figwort
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Aka “woods figwort” and “Rose Noble” this hardy perennial is valued as a medicinal and pollinator plant around the globe. Grows to about 2 ft, with copper-colored flowers blooming July-September. Useful homestead, permaculture and polyculture plant.

Herb - Gumweed | The Good Seed Company
Herb - Gumweed
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Aka “curlytop” or “Curlycup” gumweed. An aromatic, drought-tolerant medicinal native to the western US. Valued late season native bee pollinator, flowering through September. Grows to about 3 ft, with yellow, daisy-like flowers. Flower bud resin prized in teas and tinctures for treating asthma and as topical remedy for poison oak and poison ivy.

Showy Milkweed | The Good Seed Company
Herb - Showy Milkweed
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Aka “Silkweed”, this tall, cold hardy perennial herb is a long valued medicinal. Grows up to 5 ft, with fragrant, showy pink flowers that are a prized butterfly food source and nice cut flower. Flower buds and young shoots are nutritious and tasty thanks to plant's long tap root which brings minerals and micro-nutrients up from the soil's depth. Fiber and seed floss are valued as cordage, paper and cloth resources, and flowers make good fabric dyes. Great in a naturalizing wildflower garden. Essential host plant and food source for Monarch butterfly. Prized permaculture, polyculture and homestead plant.

Poppy - California | The Good Seed Company
Poppy - California
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This hardy poppy is a beautiful, easy to grow long-blooming wildflower. Self seeds readily to produce masses of pollinator friendly bright orange blossoms. A dynamic mineral accumulator due to the plant's tap root, bringing nutrients up to the leaves which,when young are a delicious source of nutrients. The whole plant can be used for dying. Treasured medicinal for calming the nervous system. Valued permaculture, polyculture and homestead plant.

Poppy - Chesaw Mix | The Good Seed Company
Poppy - Okanagan Mix
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This is a mix of poppy seed from GSC’s Chesaw trial gardens in the Okanogan Highlands. A mix of all sorts of hardy poppies that will go wild in your garden and come back on their own if you let them self-seed. A riotous bouquet of colors that blooms all summer. At home in a formal garden or naturalizing in a meadow. Young leaves make tasty and nutritious greens for salads and stir-fries. Lovely cut flowers. Also known as Shirley and Oriental Poppies. Plants are source for herbal remedies and fabric dyes. Permaculture, polyculture and homestead favorite.
Poppy Seed Mix | The Good Seed Company
Poppy - Poppy Seed Mix
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Also known as “Garden Poppy’ and “Opium Poppy”, this fast-growing annual is the source of sweet poppy seeds used in baking. Showy, pollinator friendly blossoms all summer in a range of colors are valuable dye plant sources. Young leaves picked before seed pod sets make a tasty treat raw or cooked and are a good mineral source due to plant’s tap root. At home in a formal garden or naturalizing in a meadow. Historically a valued medicinal all over the globe. Permaculture, polyculture and homestead favorite. (No shipping to West Virginia)

Rocky Mountain Flax | The Good Seed Company
Rocky Mountain Flax
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A classic native wildflower with multiple uses. Periwinkle blue flowers start blooming in late spring and don’t stop. Easy to grow, drought-resistant perennial that establishes itself readily. Valued as medicinal and fiber source for making cordage and baskets. Permaculture, polyculture and homestead garden favorite.

Rose Campion | The Good Seed Company
Rose Campion
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Brilliant magenta flowers against soft, felted silver-grey foliage. A show stopper perennial native to northern Europe that blooms June-August starting in year 2. They look spectacular in solid plantings. Grows to 3' tall. Naturalizes readily. Valued homeopathic medicinal. Wonderful plant for the permaculture, polyculture and homestead garden.
   
 

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