All new broad leaf seed mix picked for their nutritional value and easy to grow inside (under lights) or outside. All new in this mix is mache, radicchio, and Italian dandelion.
A perennial with trifoliate leaves and pink to red flowers. Crimson clover is often planted as a component of pasture and forage mixes. Its an excellent food for herbivorous reptiles.
Also known as double-cut red clover. Most widely adapted of the true clovers. Mixes well with grass, used for hay, pasture, and soil improvement. Fertile, well-drained loams, silt loams, even fairly heavy textured soils are preferred to light or gravelly soils.
It is a good source of Protein, Vitamin A, Niacin and Calcium, and a very good source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Folate, Pantothenic Acid, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Zinc, Copper and Manganese. Red clover sprouts are easily digested, too.
New Zealand White Clover (Trifolium repens)
Growing to only 8 inches, this low perennial clover has a growth habit similar to White Dutch Clover but will stand drought conditions better, is more vigorous, and tolerates a wide range of soils.
Nasturtium trailing mix
Annual. Blooms spring to fall frost. Full sun or light shade. Flowers in red, rose, orange, and yellow. Perfect for hanging baskets and containers, or even as a ground cover. Will "climb" if tied to upright supports. Ht. 96-120". Edible flowers and foliage are a gourmet treat and taste like watercress.
Malva Sylvestris "Zebrina" organic
The flowers and leaves are an excellent food for herbivore reptiles. The flowers are a favorite of my tortoises and is packed with nutrition.
California Poppy 500 seeds free shipping USA only
Eschscholzia californica (Annual) California's state flower likes slightly acidic, well-drained soil. Satiny petals in shades of pale yellow to deep orange grow on multi-branched, slender 8-24" stems.
Purslane is an upright herb with juicy, succulent oval leaves and mild sweet-sour flavor. Plants will regrow after cutting. The plant is very high in omega 3 fatty acids.