Burpee New Exclusives

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Burpee Exclusive

New Burpee Exclusive Seeds & Plants

Discover our all-new exclusive 2018 introductions featuring innovative new vegetables, flowers and fruits.

 

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    First-ever beefsteaks for porches and decks in warm, sunny conditions everywhere.

    $6.95 - $18.95
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    Uniquely dwarf plants branch out to bear up to fourteen flowers each.

    $6.95
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    Enchanting small, plum, cocktail-type tomato bursting with succulent flavor.

    $6.95 - $18.95
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    Our ‘Forecast’ is for gorgeous zinnias—all summer long.

    $6.95 - $24.95
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    A sea of wondrous texture in a spectacular display of gigantic flowers.

    $6.95 - $15.95
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    Bountiful, adaptable, versatile plants produce sweet, crunchy cukes by the bushel.

    $4.95
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    HEIRLOOM. Yellow chrysanthemum-like flowers sing your garden into summer.

    $5.95
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    New prolific leader for pickled rings in Southwest recipes, salads, and tacos.

    $4.95 - $18.95
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    A joyful festival of color all on the same plant!

    $7.95 - $17.95
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    An avalanche of delicious cukes will save you a bundle at the supermarket.

    $3.95
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    An easy way to fill your home with bouquets that will radiate a warm, sunny glow.

    $4.95
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    Like spreading ink, dark centers harmonize with vibrant-colored petals.

    $5.95 - $17.99
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