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    Cosmos, Mandarin Orange, , large

    Short Description

    Vibrant orange flowers electrify borders and containers with color.

    $6.29
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    Cosmos, Double Click Bicolor Violet, , large

    Short Description

    Create glorious mixed bouquets of violet and white blooms.

    $6.29
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    Calendula, Calexis Orange, , large

    Short Description

    Rolled petals make beautiful and easy cut flowers.

    $4.99
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    Calendula, Calexis Yellow, , large

    Short Description

    Easy to sow and grow for cheerful color.

    $4.99
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    Iberis, Summer Snowdrift, , large

    Short Description

    Impressively long bloomer adds a cool white presence in containers and borders.

    $19.99
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    Sunflower, Busy Bee, , large

    Short Description

    Cheerful flowers can be planted close together to create a bustling display.

    $5.19
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    Salvia, Big Blue, , large

    Short Description

    Vigorous plants send up breathtaking blooms, even in part shade.

    $7.99 - $19.99
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    Zinnia, Double Zahara Salmon, , large

    Short Description

    Loveliness comes easy to these fully-double, salmon-colored zinnias.

    $6.99
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  • Customer favorite
    Zinnia, Giant Flowered Mixed Colors, , large

    Short Description

    Huge dahlia-like flowers. Full color range.

    $4.99 - $7.99
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    Sunflower, Fire Catcher, , large

    Short Description

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

    $5.19
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  • Zinnia, Big Red, , large

    Short Description

    Intense flowers that are long-lasting.

    $5.19
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  • Cosmos, Cupcake White, , large

    Short Description

    New cosmos variety dazzles with a can-you-believe-your-eyes? chalice-like petal pattern.

    $4.19
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  • Poppy, Brilliant Red (Oriental), , large

    Short Description

    Makes a striking display in the late spring garden.

    $4.19
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    Zinnia, Dancing Girls , , large

    Short Description

    Big, double flowers are disease resistant and drought tolerant.

    $6.99
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  • Cosmos, Bright Lights Mixed Colors, , large

    Short Description

    Semidouble 2-3" blooms in a vibrant color mix.

    $4.19 - $6.29
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  • Cornflower, Tall Double Mixed Colors, , large

    Short Description

    Centaurea cyanus or Bachelor's Buttons.

    $4.99
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  • Customer favorite
    Sunflower, Elf, , large

    Short Description

    The shortest sunflower ever. Long blooming too!

    $5.19
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  • Customer favorite
    Zinnia, White Wedding, , large

    Short Description

    The most brilliant white zinnia you'll ever see.

    $6.99
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    Sunflower, Crimson Blaze , , large

    Short Description

    Bicolor sunflower dazzles with sensuous, high-definition color and outright drama.

    $7.29
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  • Zinnia, Burpeeana  Giants Mix, , large

    Short Description

    Brightly colored quilled and ruffled petals create huge, 6" blooms!

    $5.99
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    Zinnia, Burpee's Big Tetra Mix, , large

    Short Description

    Pink, yellow, orange, scarlet, white, and more.

    $4.99
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  • Nasturtium, Alaska Mix, , large

    Short Description

    HEIRLOOM. Colorful, edible nasturtiums tolerate poor soils and heat or cold.

    $4.99 - $8.99
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    Rudbeckia, Goldsturm, , large

    Short Description

    Bright, bold and easy to grow!

    $5.19 - $13.99
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    Zinnia, Raspberry Lemonade Mix, , large

    Short Description

    Vibrant mix for easy, summer-long blooms.

    $6.99 - $24.99
    Seeds and Plants
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