Open Hours Spring 2021
Thursdays, 4 – 6 pm    –    Saturdays, 10 am – 2 pm

1016 NW 32, OKC OK 73118

Many of our seedlings are also be available through the Paseo Farmers Market.
All plants/offers are first come first serve, unless pre-ordered online, and while supplies last.

New Arrivals!

Check category pages to see the full inventory of seedlings available

 

Pepper & Eggplant Seedlings Available April 24th

Sweet Peppers – Ace, Giant Red Marconi, Golden Marconi, Sweet Banana
Chile Peppers – Shishito, Jalapeño, Cayenne, Habanero, Yellow Biquinho, Red Biquinho, Sugar Rush Peach, Lemon Drop

Eggplant – Nadia, Pingtung Long

Pineapple Tomatillos

Available Late April  

Okra – Clemson Spineless, Burgundy

Cucumbers – Marketmore, Diva, Armenian

Zucchini, Watermelon, Luffa Gourds

Coming in April & May

Milkweeds (some available in April, more coming in May)

Common Milkweed, Asclepias syriaca
An easy, quick-growing milkweed. The large flowers can vary in color from nearly white to deep purple, with a delicate fragrance. Many native pollinators will benefit during its long bloom time!

Butterfly Weed, Asclepias tuberosa
Showy orange flowers are a nectar source for butterflies, and the leaves are a food source for monarch and queen caterpillars. Grows well in dry to medium, well-drained soils in full sun. Seed pods split open in fall, dispersing handfuls of silky-tailed seeds. Summer blooming. Space 12-24”, grows 1-3’ tall.

Showy Milkweed, Asclepias speciosa
Native to the western US and Canada, Showy Milkweed is found in prairies, meadows, roadsides, and other open spaces. Its thick, soft leaves are favored by monarch caterpillars. Showy Milkweed is also attractive to queens and many other butterflies, as well as hummingbirds and honeybees. Full sun.

Hairy Balls, Gomphocarpus Physocarpus
Plants develop large, lime green, papery seed pods that earn its nickname. Although not a native milkweed, this variety is very popular with monarch caterpillars. A striking addition to the landscape, plants can reach 4’ in height, with gracefully arched branches. Seed pods are a beautiful addition in flower arrangements. Open pollinated.

Tropical Milkweed, Asclepias currasivaca
I prefer planting native milkweeds, but for those of you who are raising monarch caterpillars and need a fast-growing food supply of milkweed, this one will do the trick. In addition to feeding monarch & queen caterpillars, tropical milkweed is an excellent nectar source for butterflies & hummingbirds. Full to partial sun, 3-5’ height, annual.
 

Native Plants (some available in April, more coming in May)

Asters
Beautyberry, Callicarpa americana
Bee Balm, Monarda citriodora and Monarda fistulosa
Blackfoot Daisy, Melampodium leucanthemum
Blanketflower, Gaillardia grandiflora
Blue Mistflower, Conoclinium coelestinum
Columbine, Aquilegia canadensis
Coreopsis, Lanceleaf
Coreopsis, Moonbeam
Coreopsis, Plains
Culvers Root, Veronicastrum virginicum
Early False Sunflower, Heliopsis helianthoides
False Indigo, Amorpha fruticosa
Gaura, Siskiyou Pink and Whirling Butterflies
Golden Crownbeard, Verbensina enceliodes
Goldenrods, Solidago
Hydrangea, Oakleaf
Maximilian Sunflower, Helianthus maximiliana
Mexican Hat, Ratibida columnaris
Mexican Sunflower, Tithonia
Ohio Spiderwort, Tradescantia ohiensis
Partridge Pea, Chamaecrista fasciculata
Penstemon, Huskers Red
Woodland Phlox, Phlox divaricata
Pipevine, Aristolochia tomentosa
Purple Coneflower, Echinacea purpurea
Rudbeckias: Sweet Black-Eyed Susan, Orange Coneflower, Great Coneflower, R. triloba, Henry Eiler
Salvias: Scarlet Sage, Mealy Blue Sage, Pitcher Sage, Salvia greggii, Mexican Bush Sage (S. leucantha)
Rattlesnake Master, Eryngium yuccifolium
Turk’s Cap, Malvaviscus
Wine Cup, Callirhoe involucrata
Wild Blue Indigo, Baptisia australis
Woodland Phlox, Phlox divaricata
Native grasses – Little Bluestem, Prairie Dropseed, Purple Muhly Grass, Indian Grass

Coming in April & May

Herbs (Most available in April, the rest available in May)

Basil – Genovese, purple, cardinal, dwarf, holy, lemon
Borage
Catmint
Celery Leaf
Chamomile
Chives, onion
Fennel, bronze
Lavender
Lemon Balm
Lemon Grass
Lemon Verbena
Marjoram
Mexican Mint Marigold
Mints – chocolate, spearmint
Oregano
Papalo
Parsley, flat leaf
Parsley, curled leaf
Rue
Sage
Summer Savory
Thyme, creeping
Thyme, garden

Cut Flowers – available in April and May

Amaranths
Ammi, Green Mist
Ammi, White
Celosia (aka Cockscomb)
Columbine, McKenna’s Giant
Cotton
Cosmos
Cynoglossum (Chinese Forget Me Not)
Dara Daucus
Dianthus (Sweet William or Pinks)
Foxglove
Gomphrena
Grass, Frosted Explosion
Hibiscus, Mahogany Splendor
Hyacinth Bean
Lisianthus
Larkspur
Love-in-a-Puff
Marigolds
Nigella
Salvia, Blue Bedder
Snapdragons
Sunflowers
Yarrow
Zinnias