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New Heirloom Offerings for Your Garden

Discover your new favorite heirloom varieties just in time for spring planning and planting—we’ve found everything from daylilies to onions.

| Spring 2019

‘Royal Beauty’ Daylily

Bred by Ophelia “Bright” Taylor and introduced in 1947, ‘Royal Beauty’ was a past winner of the highest award for hybridizers from the American Hemerocallis Society (now known as the American Daylily Society). This purple-shaded, wine-colored daylily has slender petals curling back gracefully from a vivid yellow throat. It’s been a favorite heirloom of our Missouri growers for over 40 years thanks to its “rich color, recurved petals, and beautiful foliage.” This semi-evergreen plant grows to about 36 inches in height, blooms midseason, and is hardy in Zones 5 to 9.

'Royal Beauty' Daylily. Photo by Old House Gardens.

$8.50 for 1 root

$68 for 10 roots

Easter Basket Radish Mix

This magnificent mixture of some of the most colorful spring radishes on the planet consists of about 15 different heirloom cultivars. You can expect to find ‘Japanese Minowase,’ ‘Malaga,’ ‘Zlata,’ ‘Early Scarlet Globe,’ ‘White Hailstone,’ and many more among the mix. These easy-to-grow roots add lots of color and flavor to early-spring salads.

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