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Flowers: Scabiosa
Scabiosa spp.
Annual and perennial Mediterranean species that make excellent long-lasting cut flowers. Transplant for early flowers at 12” apart, can be direct sown after frost for continuous harvest. Our Scabiosa atropurpurea seed has been cleaned bare of its “dress” for higher germination and easier handling. Scabiosa caucasica seed is in its raw form.
Seeds Per Packet: 100

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 Black Knight (Scabiosa)  Black Knight 
The darkest of the Scabiosa spectrum, as black as red can get. These reach 3’ with long straight stems, often bent by the weight of bumble bees. Definitely a dark character in a genus associated with dark events by names like “mournful bride” and “the widow.” pricing and more info...
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 Cherry Red (Scabiosa)  Cherry Red 
NEW FOR 2023! This is a very bright saturated red that comes out of Dynamic Mix. The camera can hardly get the color right, but if you know Mick Jagger’s favorite soda, that’s the color. I can’t look at these scabiosa without hearing him ask a waitress for his favorite flavor, Cherry Red, but they are all out of it. Can’t always get what you want, but these might be just what you need. pricing and more info...
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 Daylight White (Scabiosa)  Daylight White 
A pure white pincushion that goes perfectly with the 'Deep Red'. Bumblebees love these flowers, often spending the night sleeping on them. pricing and more info...
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 Deep Red (Scabiosa)  Deep Red 
Red so deep it could almost go black, with contrasting white stigmas, on strong stems reaching 30.” Long-lasting cut flower, one of our favorites in the kitchen bouquets along with the whites. pricing and more info...
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 Dynamic Mix (Scabiosa)  Dynamic Mix 
My favorite cut-flower mix because they are so prolific, so variously colorful and bee friendly, so long lasting in the vase, and so interesting to look at. From near black to pure white with every shade of rose through red, purple, blues, and pinks. pricing and more info...
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 Fama White (Scabiosa)  Fama White 
Performs like 'Fama Blue' and makes a good color companion in arrangements or in the garden. Extremely attractive to bumble bees that you will often find spending the night, heads tucked into the blossoms. pricing and more info...
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 Fata Morgana (Scabiosa)  Fata Morgana 
Perhaps the most subtle color in the scabiosa palette, a creamy hue like Swallowtail butterflies that can vary toward apricot with the slightest pink blush, but never toward lemon. Looking at the other colors in this species, I’ve wondered where this pigment came from; it just doesn’t look related to the purple/blue/red spectrum of the species. I see other species in the genus with yellow or c... pricing and more info...
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 Picotee Pincushion Mix (Scabiosa)  Picotee Pincushion Mix 
NEW FOR 2023! Now scabiosa is getting fun. I first saw a picotee pattern on a single plant of a dark red variety four years ago. This year the color range has expanded to include black, garnet, raspberry, lavender, and red with lacy white fringes adorning the petals. There are also now pink fringes in these colors, and some rare examples of lavender flowers with raspberry picotee, and white with red picotee. Th... pricing and more info...
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 Salmon Queen (Scabiosa)  Salmon Queen 
This is also called Salmon Rose, which is a good color description. Somewhat coral, with slight variation in color between plants. This variety has particularly long slender stems. Another introduction by world class collectors, botanists and breeders, Kees and Elisabeth Sahin, 1990. pricing and more info...
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 Starflower (Scabiosa)  Starflower 
This is a third species of scabiosa, distinct from the others in the use of its seedhead as the showy aspect. The flowers are small, pale blue, and understated, followed by the seedhead, which is a showpiece of botanical architecture. Comprised of “shuttlecocks” joined at the base into a textured globe, these seedheads can be used fresh or dry. pricing and more info...
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