Top Seeds for New Gardeners
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Flat-leafed parsley is far more nutritious than the curly type. Harvest it as needed, but fairly regularly so that the plants keep sprouting new stems. In mild climates, you can continue to cut it throughout winter.
Marigold Park's Whopper Yellow, Tagetes erecta Park's Whopper Yellow
This simply is a terrific garden plant, reaching 18 inches tall, 12 inches wide, and blooming just as freely as its smaller cousins all summer long. And Park's Whopper is tolerant of botrytis, a fungus that attacks marigolds, so expect healthy plants all season.
Sunflower 'Waooh!' Helianthus annuus 'Waooh!'
Just 24 inches high with 4-inch blooms, this plant never needs staking, yet is tall enough to make a big impression in the sunny border, beds and other settings. Ideal for cut flowers because the blooms are pollen-free and the plants set so many flowers in such a compact space.
Morning Glory 'Heavenly Blue,' Ipomoea tricolor 'Heavenly Blue'
Perfect for covering unsightly buildings, tumbling over fences, or decorating any vertical garden structure from the mailbox to the lamppost, 'Heavenly Blue' blooms over a very long summer and fall season and is pest free.
Zinnia Park's Picks Mix, Zinnia elegans Park's Picks Mix
Zinnias are one of the easiest annuals to grow and attract butterflies to the garden. They thrive in the sun and heat of summer and ask only well-drained soil. This mix contains coral, crimson, salmon-rose, scarlet, red, rose, lilac, pink, purple, orange, yellow, and white.
The Park Seed Co., one of the oldest and largest mail-order seed companies in the United States, has been providing top-quality seeds, bulbs, plants, and accessories to generations of American gardeners since 1868. With the motto “Your success and pleasure are more to Park than your money,” Park Seed has always been known for its superior seed and plants, as well as for its helpful garden advice and friendly service.
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