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Poppy Seed Mix | The Good Seed Company
"BreadSeed" Poppy 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)

Bachelor Buttons | The Good Seed Company
Bachelor Buttons
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This hardy heirloom mix includes the traditional blue "corn flower", along with blooms in shades of pink, lavender and white. Adored by bees, butterflies and other pollinators, it grows 3 feet tall and blooms all summer. A wonderful cut flower (it is the canonical lapel flower), the 1-1.5” blossoms also are edible, with a light, spicy clove-like flavor. Flowers make attractive blue food dye, and have medicinal value.

Calendula | The Good Seed Company
Calendula - Pot Marigold
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This hardy self-seeding heirloom, aka “pot marigold,” is a must-have for every home garden. Prolific, long-lasting bright orange flowers that are delicious to eat, make excellent dye plants, and provide antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and wound healing qualities as a treasured, topical medicinal.

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.
Coreopsis - Lanceleaf | The Good Seed Company
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This lovely hardy perennial is great in wildlife settings and in open sunny garden spots. Pretty, bright yellow flowers with scalloped petals and russet centers. Grows 2-3 feet tall in average,well drained soils. Butterflies adore them. Excellent cut flower and dye plant. Permaculture, polyculture and homestead garden favorite.
Cosmos - Two Medicine Mix | The Good Seed Company
Cosmos - Two Medicine Mix
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This heirloom annual hails from Mexico and is hassle-free and long-blooming. Three-inch magenta, lilac and while flowers framed against graceful fine leaves fill in garden trouble spots and make beautiful cut flower arrangement. Excellent companion plant. This seed mix is from our favorite plants.

Herb - Echinacea purpurea | The Good Seed Company
Herb - Echinacea purpurea
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Versatile perennial native to the American prairie, treasured through the centuries for its medicinal value. Aka “purple coneflower,” it produces pretty daisy-like blossoms up to 4” across June through August. Equally at home in a formal garden or a meadow. Flowers and roots useful fabric dyes. A prized homestead plant.
Hollyhock, Tea Kettle Mtn. Mix | The Good Seed Company
Hollyhock, Tea Kettle Mtn. Mix
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Our favorite color mix of this elegant, easy-to-grow heirloom. Hollyhocks are a cottage garden favorite for good reason: they grow to 6 ft on stout stems with a profusion yellow, pink, red and white flowers that bloom July-September. Bees, butterflies and humming birds adore them, AND the flowers are edible, make beautiful dyes and both leaves and flowers have valuable medicinal properties. Long tap root pulls up body-nourishing minerals and micro-nutrients. A permaculture, polyculture and homestead favorite. What’s not to like?

Larkspur | The Good Seed Company
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Lovely, deep blue annual, native to Southern Europe, does well in our climate. Fern-like lacy leaves and 1.5 to 2ft. tall spikes covered in deep blue flowers adored by hummingbirds and butterflies. Blooms late spring through summer. Fabulous fresh-cut or dried flower.
Love-in-a-mist | The Good Seed Company
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A wonderful and unusual heirloom annual native to the Mediterranean, attractive at all phases of life. Filigreed grey-green foliage frames long-lasting ephemeral blue buttercup-like flowers. Then comes the seed pod, a real treat. Quite frankly, it looks like a hairy alien egg and, despite our description, is spectacular in dried flower arrangements. The seed, known as Black Cumin, has medicinal properties long-valued by herbalists around the globe.
Russell Lupine | The Good Seed Company
Lupine - Russell
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This hardy perennial is well worth your while. A nitrogen-fixing, easy-to-grow legume that self-sows readily and enjoys cool summers, this tall (30-in) plant provides long-lasting flower spikes in luscious shades of salmon, lavender, blue, orange and lemon beginning in the second year. Bees and butterflies love them. Blue lupines in particular make useful fabric dye. Permaculture, polyculture and homestead garden favorite.
Marigold - Tall | The Good Seed Company
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This hardy self-seeding heirloom, aka “African Marigold” is a must-have for every home garden. Prolific, pollinator friendly, long-lasting bright orange flowers make great companion plants, cut flowers and fabric dye.

Morning Glory | The Good Seed Company
Morning Glory, Heavenly Blue
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Aptly named standard from the 1920’s. Massive quantities of trumpet-like blue flowers are truly heavenly on a dewy morning in summer. This vine loves to climb so provide a fence, trellis or poles. The heart-shaped leaves are attractive even before the flowers. It makes a beautiful temporary hedge or can cover up some unsightly object. Super pollinator-friendly. (No shipping to to Arizona or Arkansas)
Nasturtium | The Good Seed Company
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This heirloom strain of a trailing perennial from tropical America, grown in the North as an annual, is possibly a gardener's best friend. They make an excellent companion plant, drawing insect pests away from a variety of food plants, the young leaves and flowers provide beauty, flavor and nutrients to summer dishes, they are easy to grow and long-blooming, and hummingbirds love them. Permaculture, polyculture and homestead garden favorite.

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 - North Fork Mix
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This is a mix of poppy seed from our Montana gardens. 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.
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.
Snapdragon | The Good Seed Company
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A garden favorite since the 1700’s. Native to the Mediterranean, Thomas Jefferson documented their growth in his experimental trial gardens. Cold-hardy plant that grows to 2-feet with a bright array of fragrant flowers in shades of yellow, orange and red that often are still blooming when the snow falls. Wonderful in flower arrangements. Pollinator friendly garden dye plant. Bonus: edible blossoms!

Flower-Strawflower, Glacier Mix | The Good Seed Company
Strawflower, Glacier Mix - Everlasting
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Easy to grow ever-lasting flowers adored by pollinators. Native to Australia, they are drought and heat-tolerant, producing a profusion of red, orange, yellow and magenta papery blooms all summer. Great fresh cut and dried flowers that won’t lose their color.
Sunflower - Mammoth | The Good Seed Company
Sunflower - Mammoth
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This Russian sunflower dates from 1888 and deserves the title “Mammoth”. It can grow 10' tall with 12" flowers. You can eat the seeds or they make an excellent natural bird feeder if left out for winter. Historically used by indigenous people as source of cooking oil. Just a great big old-fashioned sunflower that grows well in our northern climate. (No shipping to Iowa)
Sweet Alyssum | The Good Seed Company
Sweet Alyssum
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This low-growing annual produces a luscious carpet of delicate, white, fragrant, edible blossoms adored by butterflies and bees. Easy to grow and self-seeds readily. Excellent ground cover.
Sweet Pea | The Good Seed Company
Sweet Pea
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One of our absolute favorite heirlooms for the garden! A long-blooming riot of color with exquisite fragrance, it attracts pollinators all summer long. The long-stemmed flowers are ideal for cutting and, as a legume, it naturally fixes nitrogen in the soil. What could be better?

Sweet William | The Good Seed Company
Sweet William - Chesaw Mix
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Deliciously fragrant, this traditional perennial cottage garden plant provides masses of color in all shades of fuschia, pinks and white early in the summer. Pollinators love the clove-scented blooms which also make excellent, long-lasting cut flowers. Fabulous companion plant. This seed mix is from our favorite plants in our Chesaw trial garden. Great for the permaculture, polyculture and homestead garden.
Zinnia - Big Mountain Mix | The Good Seed Company
Zinnia - Big Mountain Mix
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This bushy long-blooming annual puts on a show of brilliant color all summer long. Native to Mexico, the plant is easy to grow and blooms until the frosts come. Excellent cut flowers adored by bees and butterflies.


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