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Primula veris,Campanula rotundifolia, Verbascum thapsus, Armeria maritime, Only those few of us who are botanists will be able to identify behind the technical nomenclature the flowers known to the majority by less formidable titles: Cowslip, Bluebell, Mullein, Thrift. But the number will be even less of those who can penetrate into the lost world concealed by the popular names: they are so long with us we imagine they are part of a permanent tradition. Maybe you have heard of the growing trend to plant flowers that have original names reflecting the life of the virgin mother Mary. So much can be gained from learning about the history of our favorite plants and trees. Backyardgardener is the Largest Gardening Store in the World.

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Shallots, Dutch Yellow 1 bag (10 sets) $10.95
Very expensive to buy in stores, they're so easy to grow that you can use them lavishly. Plant in spring (fall in the South) and harvest in fall or plant in fall to overwinter for spring use. Space sets 12" apart. 10 sets will plant a 10 ft. row.
Shallots, Dutch Yellow  1 bag (10 sets)

Shallots, Holland Red 1 bag (10 sets) $10.95
A sweet, mild garlic alternative: aromatic, pungent, and flavorful. Fast-growing coppery-red bulbs with reddish-purple inner rings. Long storing, up to 6 months.
Shallots, Holland Red  1 bag (10 sets)



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