​​​Mikes Nursery and Hydroponic Growing Supplies
199 East Fairmount Ave. 
Lakewood, NY  14750

Flower Seeds

Morning Glory Tall Mix
Lifecycle: Annual
Botanical Name: Ipomoea purpurea 'Tall Mix'
Plant Note: Plants bloom best when kept on the dry side with little fertilizer. Try a flowering branch for cut flowers. Height: 10-15' (3-4.6m)
This vigorous and showy vine produces masses of dazzling multi-colored blossoms of pale pink, bright scarlet, heavenly blue and deep purple. Great for fences, arbors, and trellises. Also good for covering bare slopes and tree stumps. Thrives in dry areas.

Alyssum Carpet Of Snow
Lifecycle: Annual
Botanical Name: Lobularia maritima
Plant Note: Alyssum does not bloom as prolifically in hot weather. If your plants slow down in the heat, cut them back by half to encourage another set of blossoms when cooler weather returns. Height: 4" (10cm) Popular and very easy to grow border annual. Blooms have a sweet fragrance and appear in only six weeks after sowing. Great for low growing borders, between patio stones, and in hanging baskets. Attractive when combined with other colored alyssums.

Larkspur Imperial Giant Mix
Lifecycle: Annual
Botanical Name: Delphinium consolida 'Imperial' Giant mix
Plant Note: Staking may be required in some areas. Space plants properly for largest flowers. Height: 4-5' (1.2-1.5m)
A favorite for cutting gardens! Features long, stiff stems covered with flowers in bright blue and pastel of lilac, rose, pink, salmon, and white. Spikes are similar to perennial delphiniums. Blooms early through late summer.

Daisy Shasta Alaska
Lifecycle: Hardy perennial
Botanical Name: Chrysanthemum maximum
Plant Note: Keep flowers cut to extend seasons. Height: 2-4' (61-122cm) Hardy perennial.
Shasta daisy is a splendid plant for the perennial border and early summer cut flowers. The bright white blossoms with sunny-yellow centers bring a cooling accent to hot June days. Very easy to grow.

Cosmos Sensation Mix
Lifecycle: Annual
Botanical Name: Cosmos bipinnatus
Plant Note: Cosmos rarely need fertilizer to produce abundant blossoms. Extend blooming season by keeping flowers cut regularly. If you have a problem with deer, try a batch of Cosmos; they don't seen to like its flavor and leave it alone. Height: 3-5' (91-152cm) Cosmos bipinnatus. Hardy annual. This tall, showy annual produces masses of brightly colored flowers from midsummer until frost. Plants do well in hot, dry locations and are usually not eaten by wandering deer. Very hardy and easy to grow.

Black Eyed Susan Thunbergia Vine
Lifecycle: Annual
Botanical Name: Thunbergia alata
Plant Note: May be grown as a tender perennial in warm climates. Height: Trailing Cheerful, golden flower with rich, black centers. Also called clock vine. Plants will vine to about 6′ in open gardens, but stays 2-3′ long in patio containers or hanging baskets.

Crackerjack Mix Marigold seeds
Lifecycle: Annual
Botanical Name: Tagetes erecta Height: 24" - 36" Stunning tall plants with giant yellow, gold, and orange double blossoms. Great for mass plantings or mixed with other summer annuals. Flowers continuously from early summer until frost. Rarely bothered by heat or insects.

Bright Lights Cosmos
Lifecycle: Annual
Height: 24" - 36" Bright Lights cosmos is widely adaptable and very easy to grow. Extravagant colors ranging from yellow to reddish-orange. Blooms freely all summer. Attracts pollinators.

Polka Dot Bachelor Button
Lifecycle: Annual
Height: 12" - 18"Produces an abundance of beautiful double flowers in red, pink, white, and deep blue. Very hardy and easy to grow. A favorite for cut flowers. Great in dry areas.

Bachelor Button Blue
Lifecycle: Hardy annual
Botanical Name: Centaurea cyanus
Plant Note: Bachelor's Buttons rarely need fertilizer to produce abundant blossoms. Extend season by cutting flowers regularly.
Height: 24" (61cm) Very hardy and easy to grow. This showy annual produces an abundance of beautiful blue double flowers with contrasting grey-green foliage. Long stems are perfect for cutting.

Sonata Cosmos
Lifecycle: Annual
Height: 24" Extra dwarf habit allows Sonata Cosmos to be planted in areas where the old-fashioned tall cosmos doesn’t fit. Full-sized flowers in vibrant colors of white to dark pink make a lovely 2′ border. Attracts pollinators.

Indian Spring Mix Hollyhock
Lifecycle: Annual
Botanical Name: Alcea rosea Height: 48" - 72" Old-fashioned single blossoms in white, cream, pink. and red on graceful, tall spires. A cottage favorite. Very hardy and drought tolerant. Blooms early to midsummer. Attracts pollinators.

Petite Mariglod
Lifecycle: Annual
Botanical Name: Tagetes patula nana Height: 6" - 10" Compact, bushy plant loaded with bright blossoms of yellow, gold, orange, and crested. Great for patio containers, mass plantings, or mixed with other summer annuals. Flowers from early summer until frost. Quick to bloom from seed.

Heavenly Blue Morning Glory
Lifecycle: Annual
Botanical Name: Ipomoea tricolor Height: 10' - 15' The classic sky-blue morning glory, with abundant blooms that pop open to greet the morning sun. An easy-care, vigorous vine perfect for trellises and fences. Adds cheerful color to hot, dry areas.

Four O'Clock Mix
Marvel Of peru Four o'clocks
Lifecycle: Annual
Botanical Name: Mirabilis jalapa Height: 24" - 30" Deep green bushy plant, with brightly colored, fragrant blossoms that open each afternoon and the next morning. The 2″ flowers come in white, yellow, pink, and red. Great choice for a bushy annual border.

Swiss Giant Mix Pansy
Lifecycle: Annual/biennial
Botanical Name: Viala x wittrackiana Height: 6" - 10" A delightful assortment of bright colors on freely blooming, low growing plants. Easy to grow and blooms the first year from seed. Flowers all season in a cool location. Use for fall-winter color in mild climates.

Poppy California Orange
Lifecycle: Tender annual
Botanical Name: Eschscholzia californica
Plant Note: Remove faded flowers to encourage more blossoms. Plants will stop blooming during summer heat, but will start again when cool weather returns. Grows as an annual in cold climates. Height: 10-18" (25-46cm) America’s most popular wildflower. Glowing orange blossoms in delicate cup shapes. Beautiful as a single accent plant or grouped in masses. Great for dry areas. Blooms in 45-60 days from seed. Attracts pollinators.

Moss Rose Dbl Mix Portulaca
Lifecycle: Annual
Botanical Name: Portulaca grandiflora Height: 6" Portulaca, or moss rose, is the perfect choice for hot, sunny locations, where it will thrive and produce a colorful carpet of small, rose-like flowers. Plants trail to about 18″ and are perfect in rock gardens and as a low growing edging plant.

Forget-Me-Not Blue
Lifecycle: Hardy biennial
Botanical Name: Myosotis alpestris (sylvatica)
Plant Note: Forget-Me Nots bloom in their second season. Replant every year for continuous blooms. Height: 6-12" (12-30cm) A profusion of tiny sky-blue flowers on compact plants. A lovely addition to borders and rock gardens, and provides a delicate blue background for spring bulbs. Blooms late winter through early summer.

Orange Sun Sunflower
Lifecycle: Annual
Botanical Name: Helianthus annuus Height : 4' - 5" A real show stopper!  Huge chrysanthemum-type double orange flowers look like giant pompoms. An excellent choice for borders and hedges. Easy to grow, and children love them.

Torch Tithonia
Lifecycle: Annual
Botanical Name: Tithonia rotundifloia Height: 3' - 4' Tithonia’s bright orange flowers and tall plant habit make it a real show-stopper in the garden. Very drought and heat resistant. Produces a bushy hedge in a single season with flowers beginning in midsummer. Very easy to grow. A pollinator favorite!

Johnny Jump-Up Viola
Lifecycle: hardy perennial
Botanical Name: viola tricolor Height: 4" Featuring sunny yellow and deep purple petals marked with distinctive purple highlights, violas are a cheery addition to your spring garden. Blooms continue throughout the season, and the plant freely reseeds without becoming invasive.

Tetra Giants Snapdragon
Lifecycle: hardy annual
Botanical Name: antirrhinum majus Height: 2.5' Tetra Giants feature large, showy heads with larger, more brightly colored blossoms than common snapdragon. They thrive in cooler temperatures and can tolerate light frost, often adding a splash of color to your garden well into fall. Low maintenance and very easy to grow.

                           Vegetable Seeds

Birdhouse Gourd
Botanical Name: Cucurbita pepo



Lettuce Bibb
Botanical Name: Lactuca sativa
Harvest: Plant every two to three weeks for continuous harvest. Save space by interplanting with other later crops like beans, squash or tomatoes. Known for its delicious flavor and crunchy texture, Bibb lettuce features dark green leaves with a creamy yellow heart. Each plant produces a miniature rosette of leaves perfectly sized for an individual salad.

Lettuce Tom Thumb

Botanical Name: Lactuca sativa
Harvest: Plant every two to three weeks for continuous harvest. Perfectly formed 6″ heads of buttery-flavored light green leaves. Tom Thumb is perfect in small gardens and containers. Each head is the perfect size for an individual salad.

Lettuce Red Oakleaf Brunia

Botanical Name: Lactuca sativa
Harvest: For large heads, thin regularly and give each head plenty of room to develop. Red Oakleaf’s fancy red and green leaves make it a tempting addition to any salad. It is prized for its distinct shape and resistance to bolting in hot weather. Plant in thick clumps for cut
and come again salads or let the large, loose heads develop by midsummer.

Pepper Yellow Banana

Botanical Name: Capsicum annuum
Harvest: Pick when pepper turns bright red and about seven inches long. Pale yellow tapered pods have a tasty, mellow heat. Very early to mature even in cool weather. Use for roasting, stuffing and pickling. Scoville Heat Units: 5,000-10,000

Bean Lima Christmas Speckled
Botanical Name: Phaseolus lunatus
Harvest: Pick pods regularly just as they start to fill out the pod. A strong climber with plentiful wide pods filled with five or six large beans. Beans are light green when young, then develop red speckles. A long warm season will reward you with an abundance of easy-to-shell pods from midsummer until frost.

Cabbage Copenhagen

Botanical Name: Brassica oleracea
Plant Note: Split heads can be avoided by providing even moisture when the heads are forming. Watch for caterpillars and control with non-toxic B.T. Forms solid 4 lb. heads very early in the season. Copenhagen has a firm, crispy texture with a marvelous sweet flavor. Perfect for slaw or sauerkraut. Harvest by early summer.

Eggplant Black Beauty

Botanical Name: Solanum melongena
Harvest: Pick fruits when full-sized and deep purple color. Black Beauty is known for its large, plump fruits. Easy to grow. Use for grilling with a little olive oil, or in soups, stews and stir-fries.

Kohlrabi White Vienna

Botanical Name: Brassica oleracea (Gongylodes group)
Harvest: Harvest sweetest bulbs when they reach about two to three inches. Early White Vienna kohlrabi is an easy-to-grow cool weather crop that forms a distinctive light green bulb above ground. Peel its crunchy roots and enjoy them raw or cooked.

Cantaloupe Hearts Of Gold

Botanical Name: Cucumis melo
Plant Note: Harvest when the stem slips easily from the fruit and the melons have a sweet, fruity scent. Hearts of Gold tastes as sweet as it smells. 6” diameter globe with fine-grained, dark orange flesh and small seed cavity. Perfect for one or two people.

Leek American Flag
Botanical Name: Allium ampeloprasum
Harvest: Hill up over the base of the plants during the growing season to increase the size of the edible white portion. Leeks have a delightful mild onion flavor that makes the perfect seasoning for soup and stews. American Flag has an extra long white stem and, like scallions, is easy to grow.

Onion White Lisbon
Botanical Name: Allium cepa
Plant Note: Use the greens from your trimmings just like chives for garnishes. With thin white stalks and pungent green leaves, bunching onions (or scallions) are easy to grow, take little space, and have a multitude of uses in the kitchen. Plant them among your summer greens and harvest both for a tasty salad.

Broccoli Waltham 29

Lifecycle: Annual
Botanical Name: Brassica oleracea
Harvest: Cut the dark blue-green central head well before it begins to develop yellow flowers. The plant will then send out side shoots. Continue snipping young, tasty shoots. Great for stir-fries. Prized for its deep flavor. Compact 6″ head on a stocky 20″ plant. After head is harvested, enjoy an abundance of delicious side shoots until hard frost.

Bean Lima Henderson
Botanical Name: Phaseolus lunatus
Harvest: Keep plants well-weeded, but do not hoe when plants are wet. Pods are slightly curved, small and flat. Pick frequently while pods are young for best quality and yield. Also ideal for canning, freezing and drying. A very prolific heirloom that produces delicious buttery baby limas, three to four beans per easy-to-shell pod. This variety was discovered in Virginia in 1885 and introduced by the Peter Henderson Co. in 1888. A sturdy early producer.


Thyme Winter
Lifecycle: Hardy perennial
Botanical Name: Thymus vulgaris
Harvest: Harvest individual leaves as needed for fresh use. Cut back entire pant or just a few stems to four inches above the base and hang in the shade to dry. May be frozen for later use. Height: 12" (30cm)  Attractive hardy plant with tiny green leaves and woody stems.  Masses of purple flowers in late spring.   Makes a nice kitchen plant. Distinctive flavor for seasoning meats, poultry, vegetables and vinegars.  Try a few stems on your charcoal grill for mesquite-like flavoring.

Basil Genovese
Lifecycle: Annual
Botanical Name: Ocimum basilicum
Harvest: We use the top young leaves fresh. Use the larger bottom leaves for pesto. Chop them finely, add olive oil, minced garlic and parmesan cheese. Toasted pine nuts are added last. Toss pesto on pasta or use instead of mayonnaise on sandwiches. Delicious
Height: 18-30" (46-76cm) A touch of Italy for your garden! Keep a pot indoors in a sunny window to enjoy fresh basil all winter. Use in tomato-based dishes and pasta recipes. Makes superb pesto.

Lifecycle: Annual
Botanical Name: Coriandrum sativum
Harvest: Pull entire plant when three to four inches tall, or harvest individual leaves as needed. Hot, dry weather causes the plant to bolt early (send up a seed stalk). Seeds may be harvested and stored in a spice jar for recipes that use coriander. Height: 18-24" (46-61cm) Cilantro, or coriander, is a quick-growing heat tolerant herb with distinctly flavored leaves that are popular in Mexican and Asian cuisine. Also known as Chinese parsley. Harvest the leaves for fresh flavor in everything from salsa to marinade.

Lifecycle: Hardy perennial
Botanical Name: Origanum vulgare subsp. hirtum
Harvest: Harvest lightly the first season to allow the plants to develop. Cut individual leaves anytime, or cut back entire plant to four inches before flowering. May be dried for later use. Height: 12-18" (30-46cm) True Greek oregano with the pungent aroma and spicy flavor that you love on pizza and in Mexican dishes. Dark green leaves with aromatic white flowers that attract bees. Hardy and easy to grow. Perfect for containers. Hardy perennial.

Parsley Italian Flat Leaf
Lifecycle: Hardy biennial
Botanical Name: Petroselinum crispum var. latifolium
Harvest: Cut individual stems as needed, or harvest entire plant by cutting one inch from the base. Height: 12-18" (30-46cm) Easy to grow and noted for its robust flavor, with wide flat leaves that resemble cilantro. High in iron and vitamins A, C and E. The preferred parsley for cooking. Add to hot food just before serving to preserve flavor.

Parsley Curled
Lifecycle: Hardy biennial
Botanical Name: Petroselinum crispum
Harvest: Cut individual stems as needed, or harvest entire plant by cutting one inch from the base. Height: 10-15" (25-38cm) A storehouse of vitamins A, B, C and E. This deeply ruffled variety makes a decorative culinary garnish or edible flower garden border. Best eaten raw. Mild flavor does not hold well in cooking.


Lifecycle: Tender perennial
Botanical Name: Rosmarinus officinalis
Harvest: Harvest tender sprigs as needed, or cut back entire stem and hang to dry Rosemary matures over several seasons; harvest lightly for the first few years. Height: 3-5' (1-1.6m) A beautiful and decorative ornamental shrub that’s covered with pale blue flowers in late winter. Makes a delicious flavoring for meats, fish, poultry, and vegetables. A perfect patio plant that can be brought indoors for winter.

Lifecycle: Hardy perennial
Botanical Name: Allium schoenoprasum
Harvest: Harvest lightly the first season to give the plants a chance to develop. Cut leaves with scissors about one inch from the ground as needed. Height: 12-18" (30-46cm) Hardy perennial. Chives are an indispensable ingredient wherever a mild onion flavor is desired. They are easy to grow, very hardy, and can be tucked away in any odd corner of the garden. Pale purple flowers appear in early spring and can be used to favor and color herbal vinegar.

Chives Garlic
Lifecycle: Perennial
Botanical Name: Allium tuberosum
Harvest: Cut clumps of leaves off about one inch from the ground. New shoots will grow from the base of the plant. Forms delicate white flower heads in mid-summer. Great for dried flower arrangements. Height: 12-18" (30-46cm) Hardy perennial.
A distinctive garnish with a tempting garlicky-chive flavor. This is a hardy perennial plant that grows in clumps like regular chives. Try them chopped in omelets, tomato dishes, salads, and oriental foods. Very hardy and easy to grow.

Basil Lettuce Leaf
Lifecycle: Annual
Botanical Name: Ocimum basilicum
Harvest: Harvest individual leaves as needed. Trim back entire plant by one-third if it begins flowering to preserve its compact shape.
Height: 18-30" (46-76cm) Lettuce leaf basil’s large crinkled leaves sometimes grow to 4″ long and are wide enough to stuff like grape leaves. The tasty leaves have a pronounced clove-like fragrance, distinct from regular basil.