Heat Tolerant

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Heat Tolerant Seeds and Plants

Heat tolerant selections resistant to the extremes of heat and drought. Recommended for all hot and dry climate areas.

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  • New
    Allium, Pink Moon , , large

    Short Description

    Glorious commotion of tiny, dizzyingly scented pinkish florets.

    $12.95
    Plants
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    Tomato, Heatwave II Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Grow great tasting tomatoes in the most intense summer heat.

    $4.95
    $2.47
    Seeds
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    Echinacea, Warm Summer, , large

    Short Description

    Exceptional first-year flowering coneflower from seed.

    $5.95 - $27.95
    $2.97 - $13.97
    Seeds and Plants
  • Customer favorite
    Strawberry, Albion, , large

    Short Description

    High sugar content makes this the perfect dessert strawberry.

    $19.95
    $13.96
    Plants
  • Sunflower, Frilly Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Uniquely frilly sunflowers

    $4.95
    $1.98
    Seeds
  • Swiss Chard, Fordhook Giant, , large

    Short Description

    HEIRLOOM. Dark green, thick, tender leaves. Heavy yield even in hot weather.

    $3.95
    Seeds
  • Marigold, Snowman Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    White as the snow in winter.

    $3.95
    $1.97
    Seeds
  • Gazania, Daybreak Pink Shades, , large

    Short Description

    Add sizzle to the garden with this romantic color.

    $4.95
    $1.24
    Seeds
  • Rosemary, , large

    Short Description

    Fragrant leaves flavor meats, poultry and potatoes.

    $4.95 - $15.95
    Seeds and Plants
  • Customer favorite
    Tomato, SuperSauce Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    The world's largest sauce tomato!

    $6.95 - $17.95
    Seeds and Plants
  • Customer favorite
    Bean, Blue Lake 47 Bush, , large

    Short Description

    A very flavorful, stringless bean.

    $3.95 - $10.95
    Seeds
  • Bean, Red Swan, , large

    Short Description

    One beautiful, great-tasting snap bean.

    $3.95
    $1.58
    Seeds
  • Customer favorite
    Basil, Sweet, , large

    Short Description

    This is the classic basil.

    $4.95
    Seeds
  • Customer favorite
    Pepper, Sweet, Candy Apple Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    We are sweet on this glorious bell pepper and its sweet, mild flesh.

    $6.95 - $17.95
    $4.86 - $12.56
    Seeds and Plants
  • Basil, Leaf Green , , large

    Short Description

    The biggest basil leaves we've ever seen.

    $4.95 - $16.95
    $2.47 - $8.47
    Seeds and Plants
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    Gaillardia, Punch Bowl Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Gorgeous flowers on easy-growing plants.

    $4.95
    $2.97
    Seeds
  • Customer favorite
    Sunflower, Kong Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Fast-growing giant.

    $4.95
    Seeds
  • Customer favorite
    Bean, Kentucky Blue Pole, , large

    Short Description

    You get big crops of sweet and always stringless pods.

    $4.95 - $11.95
    Seeds
  • Pepper, Sweet, Cabernet Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Deliciously sweet peppers with extra fruity flavor.

    $5.95 - $17.95
    $2.97 - $8.97
    Seeds and Plants
  • Customer favorite
    Sunflower, Elf, , large

    Short Description

    The shortest sunflower ever. Long blooming too!

    $4.95
    Seeds
  • Spinach, New Zealand, , large

    Short Description

    Heat-resistant, best for summer use.

    $3.95
    $2.37
    Seeds
  • Customer favorite
    Zinnia, Raspberry Lemonade Mix, , large

    Short Description

    Vibrant mix for easy, summer-long blooms.

    $6.95 - $23.95
    Seeds and Plants
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    Zinnia, Zahara Sunburst , , large

    Short Description

    A floriferous fantasia of ravishing bicolor orange-yellow blooms.

    $6.95 - $19.95
    $3.47 - $9.97
    Seeds and Plants
  • Echinacea, Marmalade PPAF, , large

    Short Description

    Bright blaze of large, semi-double tangy-orange flowers sparks a potent rush of tropical color.

    $15.95
    $7.97
    Plants
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