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Fall Garden Ornamentals

Celebrate autumn with magical displays of colorful, garden-grown decorations. Shop from pumpkins, gourds, and corn!

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  • Corn, Early Sunglow Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Great early variety, thrives in cool weather.

    $2.99 - $10.99
    Seeds
  • Pumpkin, Mrs. Wrinkles Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Magical mix of awesomely textured pumpkins.

    $3.99
    Seeds
  • Pumpkin, Spookie Organic, , large

    Short Description

    Organic pumpkin, great for pies.

    $4.99
    Seeds
  • New
    Pumpkin, Baby Wrinkles Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Magical mix of awesomely textured pumpkins.

    $3.19
    Seeds
  • Corn, Country Gentleman, , large

    Short Description

    HEIRLOOM. From 1890, this unusual white corn has irregular rows and great flavor.

    $3.99
    Seeds
  • New
    Pumpkin, Mr. Wrinkles Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Magical mix of awesomely textured pumpkins.

    $3.99
    Seeds
  • Pumpkin, Porcelain Doll Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    The world's very first pink pumpkin!

    $6.99
    Seeds
  • Flowering Kale, Song Bird Pink, , large

    Short Description

    Petite little double crowns perfect for landscape designs in winter gardens.

    $12.99
    Plants
  • Exclusive
    Corn, Sun & Stars Bicolor Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Extraordinary size and unusually strong color contrast.

    $5.99
    Seeds
  • Flowering Kale, Song Bird Red , , large

    Short Description

    Great plant for fall and winter gardens. Bright red double crowns with lush green leaves.

    $12.99
    Plants
  • Pumpkin, Galeux D'Eysines, , large

    Short Description

    A highly decorative squash with "peanut" warts that also makes for delicious eating.

    $3.99
    Seeds
  • Flowering Kale, Glamour Red, , large

    Short Description

    Unique glossy leaves will shine in the winter.

    $12.99
    Plants
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