KCCG Flower Seeds

How To Order

For Members - You can come to our Swope Park office and utilize our walk-up window service. You’ll fill out an order form when you arrive, and staff will pull your order while you wait.

For Non-Members - Order seeds from our online store and have them shipped to you via US Postal Service. These are available at non-member prices - $2/pack for KCCG General Seeds and $2.50/pack for Beanstalk Specialty Seeds plus shipping.

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Cosmos

Warm Season
Plant on May 1st-31st

Old fashioned favorite, sensation mix with large single flowers, 3-4” across in shades of lavender, pink, magenta, and white. Large plants (48-54” tall) are easy to grow. Good for cut flowers.

cypress-vine

Warm Season
Plant on May 1st-31st

 Vining flower. Soft lacey leaves frame star-like flowers in red, pink and white. Blooms midsummer to frost. The flowers are a favorite of hummingbirds. Requires a structure to climb on.

Glorioso-Daisy

Warm Season
Plant on May 1st-31st

Upright annual with large 3-5” single blooms of rich golden yellow or mahogany red. Requires full sun. Heat and drought resistant. Plant height 2-3’. Blooms from June to September.

Shasta-Daisy

Warm Season
Plant on May 1st-31st

Hardy perennial. White flowers with golden centers on single erect stems. Prefers full sun to partial shade in fertile soil. Plant height 2-3’. Blooms in June and July.

Dames-Rocket

Warm & Cool Season
Plant on April 1st- Sept 1st

Hardy biennial. Lilac-purple flowers are concentrated at the end of 2-3’ tall stalks. Sweet fragrances. Plant in well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade. Blooms in April and May.

four-o-clocks

Warm Season
Plant on May 1st-31st

"Marvel of Peru" - Grows 15-24” tall and produces 1” white, red or yellow flowers that open in late afternoon.

hyacinth-bean

Warm Season
Plant on May 1st-31st

This vigorous growing tropical vine has purple flowers, beans and leaves. The flowers are the best tasting part of this plant, as they have a nice crunchy, beany flavor but the pods are not especially good tasting and the dry seeds are toxic. Vines grow very long so support is needed. Flowering begins in late July or early August going until frost. This is the signature plant of The Beanstalk Children’s Garden.

marigold-crackerjack

Warm Season
Plant on May 1st-31st

A tall African type, better suited for cut flowers, growing about 30” tall. Large flowers are yellow, orange, and gold.

marigold-safari

Warm Season
Plant on May 1st-31st

Beautiful blend of yellow, orange and scarlett colors. Sturdy, semi-dwarf plant (6” to 16”) with large double-bloom flowers 1” to 2” across. Start indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost, around March 20-30.

marigold-sparky

Warm Season
Plant on May 1st-31st

Dwarf French variety, good for border plantings. Mixed colors.

moonflower

Warm Season
Plant on May 1st-31st

5” blooms open in the evening with a sweet fragrance. Vines grow 10- 20’ long.

morning-glory-clarks

Warm Season
Plant on May 1st-31st

Vines over 12’ long. Blooms late summer - frost. An improved blue morning glory with large luminous flowers. Vines climb up walls, fences and trellises. To aid germination either nick seed coat or soak for 36-48 hours before planting.

nasturtium

Warm Season
Plant on May 1st-31st

A colorful, edible flower. Tolerant of poor soils and heat or cold. Big seeds are ideal for kids’ gardens. Flower heads 2.5” across.

nasturtium-whirlybird

Warm Season
Plant on May 1st-31st

Plants with semi-double flowers. Large bright flowers are yellow, orange and red. Whirlybird tolerates more heat than standard varieties. Flowers and leaves are edible with a pleasant peppery flavor.

sunflower-autumn

Warm Season
Plant on May 1st-31st

This variety is a warm blend of yellow, orange, bronze and red sunflowers that are 4-6” across. Excellent for cut flowers and bouquets. Multi-branched plants are 5-6’ tall.

giant-sunflower

Warm Season
Plant on May 1st-31st

Large single 8-12” blooms are produced on 7’ plants. Large edible seeds.

sunflower-grey-stripe

Warm Season
Plant on May 1st-31st

Produces huge heads up to 20” across that are filled with large, thin-shelled, very plump seeds that are high in protein. Plants are 8 to 12’ tall. Use seeds for snacks, bird food or chicken feed.

zinnia

Warm Season
Plant on May 1st-31st

Early maturing, mildew-tolerant, 24” plants produce 4-5” multicolored flowers that are good for cutting.

zinnia-benary

Warm Season
Plant on May 1st-31st

75-90 days from transplanting. Benary zinnias have large vibrant blooms that are fully double. Plants are up to 4’ tall with 4-6” stems. The flowers hold longer in the vase than standard zinnias. They are less susceptible to powdery mildew than most other zinnias. Keep flowers picked to stimulate blooming.

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