Morning glory seeds amazon
We Use Amazon As Our Online Store. Here’s how it works: Click on the seed variety of your choice. This will open a window on Amazon. Add the seeds to your shopping cart there. Close the Amazon window (in Firefox, close the tab or use the BACK button) to return to this page to add additional seeds to your Amazon shopping cart. Complete your purchase by checking out on Amazon.
To order by mail or fax: Download and print our Cornucopia Print Order Form*, and complete your order, including the shipping and billing information. You can then mail the order form with payment to 6060 Graham Hill Rd, Felton, CA 95018 or fax to 831-335-7227. Note: We do not have a print catalog.
Packet prices are $1.79 – $2.29 each
‘Indian Spring Mixed Colors’
Nothing says ‘cottage garden’ like a display of these enchanting, old-fashioned, single-flowered hollyhocks blooming in shades of yellow, pink, red, rose and white. Flowers bloom the first year when planted early. Ht. 5-6 ft. Hardy zones 3-7.
‘Summer Carnival Mixed Colors’
An old-fashioned favorite that features impressive fully double blooms of red, pink, rose, yellow and white clustered on tall stems. Great for background or fence plantings. Blooms the first year from seed. Ht. 5 ft. Hardy zones 3-7.
‘Autumn Beauty Mixed Colors’
All the colors of autumn are featured in this mix of burgundy, red, gold, yellow and bi-colored flowers. Large, 8-inch blooms with long stems make great floral arrangements. Good choice for any sunny garden. Ht. 5-7 ft.
‘Velour Mixed Colors’
Our fancy mix in a lovely range of colors offers showy displays that bloom for months. Velour plants will take tought weather conditions and cover the ground with cheerful little flower faces.
‘Lilliput Mixed Colors’
Miniature, 1½ in. pom-pom flowers in a wide range of bright colors are held high on sturdy stems, making this an ideal choice for cut flower arrangements. Easy-care plants are showstoppers in the summer heat. Ht. 1½ -2 ft.
These long-lasting old-fashioned zinnias are soon covered with bicolor blossoms in a pinwheel of fiesta colors. The bicolor flowers light the garden with color and make eye-catching bouquets.
‘Paintbrush Mixed Colors’
Shades of red, pink, purple, orange, yellow and white paint the garden with a palette of sparkling colors, accented by bright, green leaves. Perfect for containers, edging and mixed flower gardens. Cutting encourages more blooms. Ht. 18 in.
BILINGUAL SPANISH/ENGLIGH SEED PACKETS
Packets are completely dual language, with both English and Spanish growing instructions,
planting charts and harvest information .
‘Carpet Of Snow’
Surround your garden with sweet fragrance from this old-fashioned favorite. Delicate, pure white blossoms cover mound-like plants all season looking just like snow in the summertime. Ht. 6-8 in. Surround your garden with sweet fragrance from this old-fashioned heirloom favorite. Delicate, pure white blossoms cover mound-like plants all season looking just like snow in the summertime. Ht. 6-8 in.
Morning glory seeds amazon We Use Amazon As Our Online Store. Here’s how it works: Click on the seed variety of your choice. This will open a window on Amazon. Add the seeds to your shopping
Amazon.com bans foreign sales of seeds in U.S. amid mystery packages
By Reuters Staff
(Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc AMZN.O said it has banned foreign sales of seeds in the United States after thousands of Americans received unsolicited packages of seeds in their mailboxes, mostly postmarked from China.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) in July identified more than a dozen plant species ranging from morning glories to mustard in the bags of unsolicited seeds. It warned Americans not to plant the seeds.
According to plant experts, seeds from other parts of the world could be non-native varieties that harm commodity crops.
“Moving forward, we are only permitting the sale of seeds by sellers who are based in the U.S.,” Amazon said in an emailed statement on Saturday.
The company changed its policy on seed sales on Wednesday. The policy change was first reported by the Wall Street Journal.
The company added that sellers who do not follow its guidelines will be subject to action, including potential removal of their accounts.
According to Amazon’s policy web page, the ban extends to plants and plant products.
The USDA in July said the packages were most likely part of a “brushing” scam, in which people receive unsolicited items from a seller who then posts false positive customer reviews to boost sales.
In an update on Aug. 11, Osama El-Lissy, a deputy administrator for the USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS), said the experts analyzing some of the seeds from China found very few problems. El-Lissy added that the two countries were working jointly on the investigation.
Reporting by Shubham Kalia; editing by Jonathan Oatis
Amazon.com Inc <AMZN.O> said it has banned foreign sales of seeds in the United States after thousands of Americans received unsolicited packages of seeds in their mailboxes, mostly postmarked from China.