We’ve got an eclectic new collection of heirloom varieties and contemporary art!
Here's the bottom flap of Natalie Wargin's seed pack.
Natalie is a graphic designer and a recent transplant from Chicago to the Hudson Valley where the landscape, birds, and animals of her new surroundings can be seen in current work. (I love the red eft in this snippet.)
Here's the story from inside the pack. Can you guess what variety this is for?
Who says beauty can’t last?
Those who think of flowers as soft and tender things are in for a surprise when they plant (guess). As its name suggests, its blooms are (guess)-like: crisp, papery, and sturdy. These are not botanical petals but are bracts, special leaves that draw in pollinators and stay colorful for years if stored somewhere dry (hence the flower’s alias, Everlastings). Bring the colors of summer into your home to keep your gardening dreams alive all winter.