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Ranunculus fl-101 The elegant ranunculus derives its name from the Latin word rana, meaning "frog"--hardly the picture these dainty blooms typically bring to mind. Product Details
Rosemary wr-10   Product Details
Rudbeckia "Indian Summer" fl-102b   Product Details
Safari Sunset wr-11   Product Details
Safflower fl-103   Product Details
Sanguisorba fl-106   Product Details
Saponaria fil-17   Product Details
Scabiosa annual fl-108a Scabiosa, or pincushion flower, is a member of the Dipsacaceae family, named for the contagious skin disease, scabies, which it was once thought to cure. Product Details
Scabiosa caucasica fl-108b   Product Details
Sea Waltz de-6   Product Details
Setaria-Millet wr-14   Product Details
Silene fl-112   Product Details
Smilax gr-52   Product Details
Snapdragon fl-113 A highly versatile, spiky flower that comes from the Mediterranean area, the snapdragon belongs to the Scrophulariaceae family and rivals the carnation in its usefulness to the retail florist. Product Details
Snow Waltz white de-7   Product Details
Statice Sinuata fil-21b Of Mediterranean origin, limonium--commonly called statice--gets its name from the Greek word for "meadow," and belongs to the Plumbaginaceae family. Product Details
Stephanotis fl-114a Also known as Madagascar jasmine, floradora or waxflower, Stephanotis floribunda is native from Malaya to Madagascar. Product Details
Stock fl-115 Named for Italian physician and botanist Pierandrea Mattioli (1500-1577), the genus Matthiola includes some 50 species of annual and perennial herbs in the Brassicaceae family. Product Details
Sunflower fl-116a Ancient Peruvian sun worshippers revered the sunflower, which derives its name from the Greek words helios, meaning "sun," and anthos, meaning "flower." Product Details
Sunflower yellow greencenter fl-116b Ancient Peruvian sun worshippers revered the sunflower, which derives its name from the Greek words helios, meaning "sun," and anthos, meaning "flower." Product Details




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