Seeding the Future

Thank you for visiting the Landscape Gardening Department!  Here is information on the seeds you were provided:

Round Radish ‘Sora’

Heat tolerant cultivar; sow early spring or early fall; 22 days to maturity; space seeds 1” apart

Sweet Pea ‘Pulsar’

White and lavender streaked flowers; sow outdoors November-February for spring germination; requires full sun; space seeds 6” apart; will require trellising or other structure for climbing; this pea is grown for flower production NOT fruit; excellent cut flower; late flowering

Sweet Pea ‘Mammoth Choice Mix’

Early flowering in shades of deep rose, rose pink, salmon, scarlet, white, lavender, medium blue, and deep burgundy; sow outdoors November-February for spring germination; requires full sun; space seeds 6” apart; will require trellising or other structure for climbing; this pea is grown for flower production NOT fruit; excellent cut flower

Larkspur ‘Carmine’, ‘Dark Blue’, or ‘White’

Direct seed in the garden November-February; experiencing winter temperatures improves germination; plants grow 36-48” tall; excellent cutflower; great for a late spring show; will not persist into summer very long; attractive to hummingbirds.