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Garden

The gardens of Colonial Williamsburg are among the most-loved spaces in the historic area. Create your own inspired garden with accents, heirloom seeds, garden pots, and reproduction pieces such as bird bottles, bell jars, lanterns and more.

  • Fall Leaves Planter

    Dress up your plants with this seasonal decorative planter! This unique planter is digitally printed in the USA, featuring a double-walled rim and drainage hole. Made of lightweight, durable polypropylene. Features Digitally printed in the USA ...

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  • Farmhouse Sunflower House Flag

    Let this basket of sunflowers set against a whitewash wooden background brighten your day every time you come home. It is made from exclusive 600 denier SolarSilk®. This patented polyester fabric was carefully designed to best represent the beauty...

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  • Farmhouse Sunflower Mailwrap

    Let this basket of sunflowers set against a whitewash wooden background brighten your day every time you come home. This MailWraps® magnetic mailbox cover is pre-cut to fit a standard (T1) rural mailbox 6 1/2"W x 19"D. UV-printed for vivid color...

    $25.00 $18.49
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  • Colonial Williamsburg Heirloom Flax Flower Seeds - product

    Flax Flower Seeds

    Flax was one of the most important crops to early American farmers and to the economy of our emerging nation. The broad-leaf plant has very small, narrow leaves and multiple slender and flexible stems or branches that divide at their tips into...

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  • Forget-Me-Not Flower Seeds

    Forget-me-not, also known as scorpion grass and a member of the borage family, is a temperate climate perennial plant, which was originally native to Europe, Asia, and North America. The common name, forget-me-not, comes from a German legend about a...

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  • Four O'Clock Flower Seeds

    Four o'clocks are well known for their bright trumpet-shaped flowers and strong, pleasant fragrance. Native to tropical areas of North and South America, they are also called marvel of Peru. Four o'clocks are actually perennials that are grown as...

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  • Foxglove Flower Seeds

    Foxglove Flower Seeds

    Foxglove, also known as digitalis, fairy's gloves, witches' fingers, and fairy thimbles is one of the most beloved of all garden flowers despite being poisonous, short lived, and a brief bloomer. The plant is a biennial native to Europe, North Africa,...

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  • Garland Coir Mat

    This lovely Garland Coir Mat has a curving floral design  based on a French Indienne fabric from about 1785. Featuring rich reds and blues, this handwoven coconut fiber doormat keeps your home clean and adds a pop of color and style to your entryway. 22"...

    $79.00
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  • Globe Amaranth Flower Seeds

    Globe Amaranth Flower Seeds

    Globe amaranth is an all-time gardening favorite. It seems to have it all— it attracts butterflies, thrives in hot conditions, and blooms nearly nonstop. The interesting pom-pom flowers are great for cutting and drying. Product Features Packet...

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  • Herb Garden House Flag

    A collage-like illustration of a blossoming herb garden, featuring sage, mint, rosemary, basil and thyme, adds vibrant color and life to the home's exterior. This Herb Garden house flag is made from exclusive 600 denier SolarSilk®. This patented...

    $39.00 $29.49
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  • Herb Garden Mailwrap

    A collage-like illustration of a blossoming herb garden, featuring sage, mint, rosemary, basil and thyme, adds vibrant color and life to the home's exterior. This MailWraps® magnetic mailbox cover is pre-cut to fit a standard (T1) rural mailbox 6...

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  • Hollyhock (Singles) Flower Seeds

    Hollyhock (Singles) Flower Seeds

    Hollyhocks, whose current Latin name is Alcea rosea, is a biennial native to Turkey and other parts of Asia, but the hollyhock that was introduced into Britain in 1573, and the plant with which we are familiar, probably came from China by way of...

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  • Lavender English Herbs Seeds

    Eighteenth-century Williamsburg was the home of many ardent gardeners and plant collectors who often exchanged seeds with fellow enthusiasts in Great Britain.  Gardeners obtained their seeds from store merchants or from traveling seedsmen.Today, the...

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