A Promise to Gaia Seeds Available 2023

All-organic seeds – $4 per pack (25-30 seeds), free shipping.

This list is complete, but details are in progress

Common Name : Latin Name : Status : Sun requirement : Soil Requirement : Height :  Flower Color

Aster, Calico : Symphyotrichum lateriflorum : Native/Pollinator : Sun, PS : Reg/Moist : 3-4 ft : White with reddish eye
Aster, New York (Purple) : Symphyotrichum novi-belgii : Native/Pollinator : Sun, PS : Reg/Moist : 3-4 ft : Purple
Aster, New York (White) : Symphyotrichum novi-belgii : Native/Pollinator : Sun, PS : Reg/Moist : 3-4 ft : White
Aster, Panicled : Symphyotrichum lanceolatum : Native/Pollinator : Sun, PS : Reg/Moist : 5-7 ft : White
Aster, Parasol Flat Top : Doellingeria umbellata : Native/Pollinator : Sun, PS : Reg/Moist : 3-4 ft : White
Aster, Purple Stem : Symphyotrichum puniceum : Native/Pollinator : Sun, PS : Reg/Moist : 3-4 ft : Lavender/Purple
Aster, Smooth Blue : Symphyotrichum laeve : Native/Pollinator : Sun, PS : Reg/Moist : 3-4 ft : Blue/Lavender
Aster, Blue Wood  : Symphyotrichum cordifolium : Native/Pollinator : Sun, PS : Reg/Moist : 3-4 ft : Lavender/Purple
Aster, White Wood : Eurybia divaricata : Native/Pollinator : Sun, PS : Reg/Moist : 3-4 ft : white
Aster. Mixed : see above : Native/Pollinator : Sun, PS : Reg/Moist : 3-4 ft : Blue/Lavender/Purple/White

Black-Eyed Susan : Rudbeckia hirta (Cherokee Sunset) : Native/Pollinator : Sun/PS : Reg/Moist : 1-3 ft : Yellow, Orange, Bronze, Mahogany
Brown-Eyed Susan : Rudbeckia triloba :Native/Pollinator : Sun/PS : Reg/Moist : 2-5 ft : Many small yellow & brown flowers
Cutleaf Coneflower : Rudbeckia lanciniata : Native/Pollinator : S/PS : Reg/Moist : 5-7 ft : Yellow
Orange Coneflower : Rudbeckia fulgida (Goldstrum) : Native/Pollinator : Sun/PS : Reg/Moist : 1-3 ft : Yellow/Orange & black flowers

Tall Tickseed : Coreopsis tripteris : Native/Pollinator : S, PS : Reg/Moist : 5-6 ft : Golden Yellow
Tall Tickseed : Coreopsis tripteris : Native/Pollinator : S, PS : Reg/Moist : 4-5 ft : Butter Yellow

Sunflower : Helianthus multiflorus (Sunshine Daydream) – double yellow
Sunflowers, Mixed : Helianthus :
False Sunflower : Heleopsis : Light Yellow
False Sunflower : Heleopsis : Golden Yellow
Sneezeweed/Helen’s Flower : Helenium automnale (Mardi gras) :

Canada Goldenrod : Solidago canadensis :
Grass leaved Goldenrod : Euthamia graminifolia
White Goldenrod/Silverrod : Solidago bicolor : Native/Larval/Pollinator : Sun/PS : Reg/Moist : 1-3 ft : White/Cream
Wrinkle leaf Goldenrod : Solidago rugosa :

Anise Hyssop : Agastache foeniculum (Blue Fortune) :
Golden Jubilee Hyssop : Agastache rugosa :
Purple Giant Hyssop : Agastache scrophulariifolia :

Blue Mistflower : Conoclinium coelestinum :
Boneset : Eupatorium perfoliatum :
Spotted Joe Pye Weed : Eutrochium maculatum :
Ironweed : Veronia arkansa (Summer’s Surrender)

Smartweed : Polygonum penslyvanicum :
Rough Hawkweed : Hieracium scabrum :
Yellow Avens : Geum aleppicum :
Pearly Everlasting : Anaphalis margaritacea :
Dense Blazing Star/Prairie Feather : Liatris spicata :
Fringed Loosestrife : Lysimachia ciliata (Firecracker) :
Partridge Pea :Chamaecrista fasciculata :
Wild Cucumber : Echinocystis lobata :
Wild Basil : Clinopodium vulgare :

Woolgrass : Scirpus cyperinus :
Steeplebush : Spirea tomentosa
Queen of the Prairie : Filipendula rubra :
Common Milkweed : Asclepias syriaca :

Tall Meadow Rue : Thalictrum pubescens :
White Snakeroot : Ageratina altissima :
White Snakeroot : Ageratina altissima (Chocolate) :

Garden Phlox, Fucshia : Phlox paniculata :
Garden Phlox, Medium Pink : Phlox paniculata :
Garden Phlox, Medium Pink with lighter eye : Phlox paniculata :
Garden Phlox, Soft Pink : Phlox paniculata :
Garden Phlox, White : Phlox paniculata :
Garden Phlox, Mixed : Phlox paniculata :

Columbine, Blue : Aquilegia vulgaris :
Columbine, Purple : Aquilegia vulgaris :
Columbine, Red : Aquilegia vulgaris :
Columbine, Soft Pink : Aquilegia vulgaris :

All Heal : Prunella vulgaris :
Chamomile, German : Matricaria chamomilla :
Coneflower, Narrowleaf : Echinacea augustifolia :
Coneflower, Purple : Echinacea purpurea
Evening Primrose : Oenothera biennis :
Feverfew : Tanacetum parthenium: single
Foxglove, Yellow : Digitalis grandiflora :
Lavender : Lavendula (Hidcote & Munstead) :
Motherwort : Leonurus cardiaca :
Mullein : Verbascum thapsus :
Nettles : Urtica dioica
Plantain : Plantago major :
Ramps : Allium tricoccum :
Senna, Wild : Senna hebecarpa :
Shepherd’s Purse : Capsella bursa-pastoris :
Shiso, Red : Perilla frutescens var. crispa :
Skullcap, Blue : Scutellaria lateriflora :
St John’s Wort : Hypericum perforatum :
Sweet Cicely : Myrrhis odorata :
Valerian : Valeriana officinalis :
Vervain, Blue : Verbena hastata :
Vervain, White : Verbena urticifolia :
Yarrow, Pink : Achillea millefolium :
Yarrow, White : Achillea millefolium :

Blanketflower : Gaillardia aristata (Spintop) :
Dame’s Rocket : Hesperis matronalis
Fleabane : Erigeron annuus :
Indian Hemp : Apocynum cannabinum :
Ox Eyed Daisy : Leucanthemum vulgare :
Queen Anne’s Lace : Daucus carota :
Rose Campion, White : Silene coronaria :
Viper Bugloss : Echium vulgare :
Campion, White : Silene latifolia :
Thistle, Canadian : Cirsium arvense :
Virgin’s Bower : Clematis virginiana :

The current mushroom is Blue Brat Oyster!

Blue Brats are a variety of Pleurotus ostreatus (aka Oyster Mushrooms). Cultivated worldwide, they're easy to grow, and considered a choice edible. Baby Blue Brat mushrooms start out with a deep blue cap, eventually turning gray as the mushrooms mature.

You can buy a Blue Brat Tabletop Grow Kit through November. Orders will ship the first two weeks of December.
(After Nov 30, any orders placed will be for the next mushroom variety.)