Heirloom Flowers

Blue Disc African Daisy
Blue Disc African Daisy

Silvery white ray flowers offset the steel-blue “eyes” or centers. Heat-loving daisy is easy from seed and thrives in heat. Plants to 24 inches. Very striking and makes a brave show all summer long!

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flower canterbury bells
flower canterbury bells

Incredible huge flowers! Tall spikes of long-lasting, bell-shaped flowers feature rich tones of purple, lavender, plum, pink, and white to cream. A cottage garden staple for centuries, it makes a fine cut flower.

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Covent Garden Babys Breath
Covent Garden Babys Breath

A lovely annual, single-flowered type that produces clouds of small pure white flowers on each stem. A cottage garden favorite that is perfect for fresh or dried floral arrangements.

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twinkles dwarf mix phlox
twinkles dwarf mix phlox

Deeply fringed or indented petal margins give the impression of far more than the 5 petals that are actually present. Diversity of streaks, stripes and zoning makes “Twinkles” really shine. Widest possible range of phlox colors, too!

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cherry caramel phlox
cherry caramel phlox

Five-petaled flowers in varying shades of vanilla-white, cherry-red, and rich caramel tones. The overall effect is reminiscent of an antique painting. Long stems make this one suitable for cutting, and the color scheme is oh-so-sophisticated.

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zebrina
zebrina

The flower spikes bloom profusely with lovely lavender flowers that have stunning deep purple stripes. Looks like a small, single hollyhock.

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grandpa ott morning glory
grandpa ott morning glory

Small, deep-purple blooms, with a bright red star in their throats; very colorful and unique. This Bavarian heirloom was one of the original varieties that gave the Whealys the idea to start Seed Savers Exchange.

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flying saucer morning glory
flying saucer morning glory

Huge 6” blooms are pure white with bright blue stripes! Too beautiful to describe; very spectacular looking.

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carnevale di venezia morning glory
carnevale di venezia morning glory

A truly stunning mix of two types of flowers. They come white with rose-pink or with purple-blue stripes! Amazing looking and sure to be the highlinght of any garden.

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flower of the hour
flower of the hour

This plant is a summer annual that develops into a sprawling vine up to 1' tall. The stems are up to 2' in length, branching occasionally; they are round and hairy.

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coreopsis roulette
coreopsis roulette

Very hardy. Occasionally self-sows. Prefers a drier soil. Lovely red and yellow daisy-like flower, this prairie annual blooms in the summer or fall; brilliant color.

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bells of ireland
bells of ireland

Tiny white flowers in large green bell-shaped calyxes. Great as a cut flower, fresh or dried. This old-time plant has been cultivated since 1570. Very easy to grow.

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balsam flower
balsam flower

Beautiful rose-shaped blooms in many colors: pink, lavender, red, rose, white and more. Short bushy plants have large bright green leaves. Very easy to grow. A must for fans of Victorian gardens.

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