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New for 2016

Discover our all-new 2016 introductions featuring innovative new vegetables, flowers, herbs, and gardening supplies.

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249 products
  • New
    Corn, Jaws Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Harvest of stunning, larger than life 12” ears of toothsome, sweet, golden-yellow corn.

    $9.95
    Seeds
  • New
    Lettuce, All Season Romaine Blend, , large

    Short Description

    Have Romaine lettuce all season long

    $4.95
    Seeds
  • New
    Raspberry, Fall Gold, , large

    Short Description

    A pale yellow raspberry with excellent size, appearance and sweet flavor.

    $14.95
    Plants
  • New
    Lettuce, Fall & Winter Blend , , large

    Short Description

    Crisp fresh lettuce right from your own garden.

    $4.95
    Seeds
  • New
    Kale, Blend, , large

    Short Description

    Packed with 45 different flavonoids, kale is just about the most nutritious thing you can eat.

    $6.95
    Seeds
  • New
    Blueberry, Razz, , large

    Short Description

    Plump, powder-blue, medium to large berries boast remarkable flavor with raspberry accents.

    $14.95
    Plants
  • Kale, Scarlet, , large

    Short Description

    Deep red foliage packed with anthocyanins.

    $5.95 - $6.95
    Plants
  • Echinacea, Sombrero Salsa Red, , large

    Short Description

    Echinacea Salsa Red is free bloomer from mid-summer, for months until fall.

    $14.95
    Plants
  • New
    Cucumber, Mexican Sour Gherkin, , large

    Short Description

    Tiny, sweet treats have sweet cucumber flavor combined with a tangy sourness.

    $3.95
    Seeds
  • Copper Plant Markers (8 PK), , large

    Short Description

    Great looking and lasts a lifetime!

    $8.95
    $6.71
  • Blueberry, Pink Popcorn , , large

    Short Description

    Prodigal bounty of pink berries, bursting with true blueberry flavor and aroma.

    $14.95
    Plants
  • Perovskia a. 'Denim 'n Lace' PPAF , , large

    Short Description

    Supercharged plant’s sturdy, silvery stems are covered with large, fluffy, lavender-blue flowers.

    $12.95
    Plants
  • New
    Lettuce, Little Gem , , large

    Short Description

    Little Gem is one of the best tasting and most trouble-free lettuces you can grow.

    $4.95
    Seeds
  • New
    Raised Bed Planter, , large

    Short Description

    Perfect for Small Spaces and Urban Gardeners!

    $34.95
  • New
    Carrot, Yaya Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Sets a new standard for flavor. Extremely sweet and juicy.

    $4.95
    Seeds
  • Kale, Black Magic , , large

    Short Description

    An improvement on the heirloom Tuscan kale.

    $5.95 - $6.95
    Plants
  • New
    Garlic, Thai Fire, , large

    Short Description

    Rich complex flavors with heat that builds from first to last bite.

    $15.95
    Bulbs
  • New
    Radish, D'Avignon , , large

    Short Description

    Fast Growing Salad Radish

    $4.95
    Seeds
  • New
    Sweet Pea, Incense Peach Shades, , large

    Short Description

    Pastel flowers on strong stems are ideal for cutting.

    $4.95
    Seeds
  • New
    Fig, Violette de Bordeaux, , large

    Short Description

    Finest tasting fig, produces small abundance of purple-black fruit with out of this world, sweet, rich flavor.

    $16.95
    Plants
  • New
    Spinach, Persius Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Disease-resistant and great for in-ground or container gardens.

    $5.95
    Seeds
  • New
    Helleborus, Wedding Party  First Dance, , large

    Short Description

    Dazzling double flowers in color from bright yellow to yellow with maroon picotee.

    $19.95
    Plants
  • New
    Hibiscus, Summerific Berry Awesome, , large

    Short Description

    Huge, dinner-plate size lavender-pink flowers.

    $14.95
    Plants
  • New
    Echinacea, Solar Flare, , large

    Short Description

    Large, single daisies with fragrance and deep magenta-red petals surrounding a dark cone.

    $14.95
    Plants
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