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Our business is blooming!
Our business is blooming!
Visit Our GIANT STORE! Biggest in the State!
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OPEN ALL YEAR! 7 DAYS A WEEK
Shop at COX’S
Plant Farm
Lawn & Garden
Center; where
our greenhouses
specialize in
growing quality
flowers and
vegetable plants
for our plant
loving customer
friends like you.
For being a very
important part of
our business,
you deserve the
most courteous
attention we can
give. Let us take
this moment
to say:
“Thank you.
We appreciate
having you as
a friend."
45
th
2015 Spring Catalog
Florific™ Sweet Orange
New Guinea Impatiens
Espresso
Frappe Rose
Petunia
Numex Easter
Ornamental
Pepper
317-539-4632
Pacifica XP Vinca
U.S. 40 at Clayton Road (6 miles west of Plainfield)
“COX’S - The Place to Go for Things that Grow” (Pass the Word)
March 28th to June 22nd: 8 am - 8 pm • June 23rd to November 1st: 9 am - 6 pm
November 2nd to March 27th: 9 am - 5 pm
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CUSTOMER SERVICE
Cox’s Plant Farm Offers You…
• GARDEN PLANTS
• ANNUAL FLOWERS
• PACKAGED SEED
• BULK GARDEN SEED
• PERENNIAL FLOWERS
AND BULBS
• NURSERY STOCK
• SHADE TREES
• ORNAMENTAL TREES
• FRUIT TREES
• SEVERAL BERRIES
• ROSES
• SHRUBS
• VINES
• CEMENT PRODUCTS
FOR THE LAWN
• GRASS SEED
• SPRAYS
• FERTILIZER
• PEAT MOSS
• MISC. LAWN AND
GARDEN SUPPLIES
• POTTERY
• MOWERS AND TILLERS
We can give you much better quality of plants and flowers,
at very reasonable prices.
Shop in our greenhouses where we grow over 300 varieties
of flowers and vegetable plants.
Call Us Toll Free 1-800-877-0632
WE HAVE GIFT CERTIFICATES.
Give a perfect gift to someone special!
At most stores “Customer Service" is a hard-to-find
office some place in a very inconvenient location
and the person you need to see seems to be always
“out of the office today."
At Cox’s customer service is where the customer
NEEDS service. It is at the counter where you may
purchase seeds by the scoop; it is in the greenhouse
where you receive information about annual flowers (need to be planted
each year), perennial flowers (come up each year), vegetables, herbs, or
houseplants and even get answers to questions about plants you already own.
If we cannot provide what you need or cannot answer your questions, we
don’t mind spending time trying to find information for you.
In the shrub area you will find people who are glad to help you select shrubs
and trees suitable for your home. Whether you need low-growing evergreens,
flowering shrubs or trees, fruit trees, berries, grapes or shade trees you will
find our employees eager to help you make the best selection.
Inside the main store, along with lawn mowers, lawn mower parts, bird baths,
lawn ornaments, pottery, gardening tools, hoses, seed, peat moss, fertilizer,
insecticides, herbicides, landscapes stone, etc., you will find friendly staff who
believe that helping you is the most important job to be done.
At Cox’s Plant Farm everyone is in the business of Customer Service and we
are “in" 362 days each year. Here there’s always someone available
who will gladly help you.
—Wayne Cox
YARD & GARDEN
BLACK HARDWOOD MULCH
CATALOG INDEX
Page 2 ..................................... Catalog Index and Bagged Mulches
Pages 3 .................................................................... Potted Annuals
Page 4 ............................................................. Gro•Fine Lawn Care
Page 5 .................................................... Herbs and Ground Covers
Pages 6-9 ........................................................................ Perennials
Page 10...............................Wayne’s Solutions, Garden Implements
Page 11 .................................................................... Bedding Plants
Pages 12-15 .............................................. Annual Flowers in Packs
Pages 16 ............................................................... Organic Products
Pages 17-18 .................................................... Vegetables in Packs
Pages 19-22 ......................................... Vegetables and Onion Sets
Page 23 .......................... Contest Winners, Bird Feeders & Houses
Page 24 ............................ Landscaping, Cactus, Precision Seeder,
Page 25......................................................... Stark Bros. Fruit Trees
Page 26 .......................................... Grapes, Berries, Nursery Stock
Page 27 ........................... Bulk Grass Seed and Fall Garden Plants
Page 28 ................................................ Snapper Power Equipment
Page 29 ............................................ Planting and Fishing Calendar
Page 30 .......................................................................... Superthrive
Page 31 ............................................... Miscellaneous and Coupons
Back Cover . ............................................................... Location Map
ATTENTION CUSTOMERS!
If you are parked out in the parking lot away from the front porch,
you can still load your car at the front door. Just have someone
watch your cart while you bring your car to the front. If you are
alone, then have your cashier page someone to help you. Please
just don’t park behind someone who is trying to leave!
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Phone 317-539-4632
Reg. Price $5.49 up to 3 Bags
Special 4 Bags For $16.00
CYPRESS MULCH
Reg. Price $5.49 up to 3 Bags
Special 4 Bags for $16.00
PINE BARK MULCH
Reg. Price $5.49 up to 3 Bags
Special 4 Bags for $16.00
RED BARK MULCH
Reg. Price $5.49
Special 4 Bags for $16.00
WESTERN
RED CEDAR MULCH
Reg. Price $5.49
Special 4 Bags for $16.00
POTTING SOIL
50# Bag Reg. $7.98
Special $5.98
TOP SOIL
Reg. Price $2.98 up to 5
Special 5 Bags for $12.00
PEAT MOSS
Reg. Price $2.98 up to 5
Special 5 Bags for $12.00
PINE NUGGETS
Reg. Price $5.49
Special 4 Bags for $16.00
Miracle Gro offers
the finest in soil for
lawn dressing, window
boxes, patching and
seeding of lawns, as
well as the planting
of roses, shrubs,
trees and evergreens.
Available in several
bag sizes.
CYPRESS MULCH PRODUCTS
In order for our mulch to achieve the desired results
such as weed control, moisture control, etc., it is
necessary that it be applied by installing half of
the desired depth of bed and
thoroughly soaking with water.
The minimum depth of bed is Depth of 100
1000
2". We recommend at least a Mulch SQ. FT. SQ. FT.
3" depth. This chart will help
2"
10 bags 100 bags
determine the number of bags
3"
15 bags 150 bags
needed based on the coverage
4"
20 bags 200 bags
listed.
2 CU. FT.
www.coxsplantfarm.com
Our business is blooming!
We carry these in pots and hanging baskets
RED FOX Confetti Garden™
Mix our best varieties to create a balanced
combination that finish together perfectly.
RED FOX Confetti Garden™ Patriot 2015
RED FOX Confetti Garden™Spring Break
RED FOX Confetti Garden™ Water Wonders
www.coxsplantfarm.com RED FOX Confetti Garden™ Surprise Bumblebee
RED FOX Confetti Garden™ Lavender Spring
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Carex siderosticha 'Snow Cap'
We have your perennials!
Leucanthemum superbum DAISY MAY®
Veronica 'Hocus Pocus'
Hosta 'Autumn Frost'
Heuchera DOLCE® CINNAMON CURLS™
Phlox paniculata 'Shockwave'
HELIOPSIS helianthoides 'Tuscan Sun'
Lavandula augustifolia SWEET ROMANCE™
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Phone 317-539-4632
www.coxsplantfarm.com
Here are a few of the NEW varieties of perennials
that we will be carrying this year!
Hosta
'Remember Me'
Hemerocallis
'Going Bananas'
Hosta
'American Hero'
Monarda didyma
"Pardon My Purple'
Groundcovers
Traditional groundcovers include Ivy,
Pachysandra, Vinca (myrtle), Ajuga, and
Euonymous among others. Our selection
will include most of those as well as others
that you may not have considered for
groundcover.
Pachysandra
Myrtle
Groundcover PRICES
4 per pack
Flat Sedum, Dragon Blood $4.49
$32.49
Ivy, Baltic $4.49
$32.49
Ivy, English $4.49
$32.49
Myrtle (Vinca Minor)
$4.49
$32.49
Pachysandra
$4.49
$32.49
Euonymous Coloratus
$4.49
$32.49
4 per pack
Flat
Ajuga Bronze
$4.49
$32.49
Ajuga Burgundy
$4.49
$32.49
Economy flats & Half-Flats
Rooted Cuttings
1/2 Flat (50) Full Flat (100)
Ivy, Baltic $19.98
$29.98
Ivy, English $19.98
$29.98
Phachysandra
$19.98
$29.98
Euonymous Coloratus$19.98
$29.98
Phlox - Qrt. $4.98 ea • 10 or more $4.37 ea.
Herbs for the Perennial Garden
Include perennial herbs in your garden for their strong form, attractive foliage color,
delightful fragrance, or culinary uses. Herbs are the ultimate hands-on plants.
Herbs: 4 pack – $3.49 • Flat: 8x4 pks (32 plants) – $23.98 = $.74 ea.
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Check Out Our PERENNIALS
We Have the Largest Selection in the State
Some in
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Many of the perennials listed will be available in a variety of container sizes up to 2 gallons.
LARGER PERENNIALS
PERENNIALS
Plants in Quart pots............$4.98 and up
Items priced $4.98 each are 10 per flat,
10 or more..............$4.37ea. = $43.70 per flat
Many of these plants are economically
priced at 1 plant for $2.49.
A flat of 18 plants will be $39.98...
That’s only $2.22 ea.!
Use Superthrive and Multicoat when planting for the fastest start.
achillea milefolium, Yarrow
Apricot Delight
Saucy Seduction
Strawberry Seduction
Summer Berries
Sunny Seduction
Aegopodium, Bishop's Weed
Snow On The Mountain
Variegatum
Agastache, Hyssop
Apricot Sprite
Orange Hyssop
Ajuga, Bugleweed
Black Scallop
Bronze
Bronze Beauty
Burgundy
Burgundy Glow
Calin's Giant
Metallica Crispa/Bronze
Pink Lightening
Astilbe, False Spirea
Bridal Veil
Look at Me
Mighty Pip
Mighty Red Quinn
Mighty Joe
Mighty Philo
Pink
Younique Carmine
Younique Cerise
Younique Lilac
Younique Silver Pink
Younique White
Bergenia, Pig Squeak
Dragonfly Angel Kiss
Dragonfly Sakura
BISHOP'S WEED
Akebia, Chocolate Vine
Chocolate Vine
BlackBERRY LILY
Belamcanda Chinensis
Feckle Face
Hello Yellow
Alcea, Hollyhock
Blackberry Ripple
Fiesta Time
Halo Series Mixture
Power Puff Mix
Rosea Creme de Cassis
Rosea Queeny Purple
Spotlight Blacknight
Spotlight Mars Magic
Spotlight Sunshine
Spring Celebrities Mix
Summer Carnival Mixture
Brugmansia, Angels Trumpet
BRUNNERA, Heartleaf Alkanet
kings ransom
sea heart
silver heart
variegate
Bugbane, Snakeroot
Chocholic
Hillside Black Beauty
Misty Bue
Pink Spike
Alchemilla, Ladys Mantle
Molis Thriller
Mollis #1
Buddleia, Butterfly Bush
attraction
Black Night
Blueberry Cobbler
harliquin
Nanho Blue
magenta improved
midnight
Peach Cobbler
Vanilla
AMPELOPSIS
Porcelain Berry Vine
AMSONIA, Blue Star Flower
Hubrichtii
AneMone
Fantasy Cinderella
Fantasy Pocahontas
Pretty Lady Julia
September Charm
Calla Lily
Odessa-Black
Picasso/Pur-White
Red Alert-Red/Orange
Samur-Pink
strong gold yellow
Aquilegia, Columbine
Biedermeier Mixed
Blackcurrent Ice
Double Winky Blue
Double Winky Red
Dragonfly Mixed
Songbird Bluebird
aruncus, Goatsbeard
Aruncus, Dioicus
Campanula, Bell Flower
Champion Blue
Champion Pink
Champion White
genti blue
Genti Twisterbell
genti white
Hybrid Divine Mix
Poscharskyana
Takion Blue
Viking
White Clips
ASCLEPIAS, Butterfly Flower
Tuberosa
Campsis, Trumpet Vine
Radicans Flamenco
Arabis, Rock Cress
Snow Cap
arisaema, Jack in the Pulpit
Sikokianam
Artimesia, Wormwood
Silber Brocade
Silver Mound
6
Aster
Kickin Lavender
Kickin Lilac Blue
Tiny Toy
Wood's Purple
Centaurea, Coneflower
Amethyst in Snow
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Phone 317-539-4632
Chelone, Turtle's head
Tiny Tortuga
Clematis
Anna Louise
Bourbon
candy stripe
cardinal
Chantily
diamantina
festoon bonanza
fleuri
florida sieboldii
gillian blades
h.f. young
killan donahue
lady betty balfour
moonfleet
mrs. N thompson
rebecca
rhapsody
sapphire
vyvyan pennell
wildfire
Convallaria, Lily of the Valley
Majalis
Coreopsis, Tickseed
cosmic evolution
Cosmic Eye
crème brulee
daybreak
jethro tull
mercury rising
moonbeam
red satin
routee 66
tweety
zagreb
Corydallis, Fumewort
Crocosmia, Monbretia
Bright Eyes
lucifer
Walberton Yellow
Delosperman, Ice Plant
american pie
babylon red
bluesette
braveheart
claudette
dracula
fascination
ferncliff Illusion white/lavender
gogo speckled pink
gogo two tone purple/white
gogo white
grand prix
kelvin floodlight
manhattan island-red
mystery day
pretty woman
purple gem
star wars
thomas a. edison
vancouver
Delosperman, Ice Plant
cooperi
fire spinner
fire wonder
golden wonder
hot pink wonder
violet wonder
Delphinium, Larkspur
blue butterfly
dark blue
dark blue & white bee
dark blue & dark bee
dwarf starts
gaurdian blue
magic fountains mixture
guardian lavender
summer blues
summer cloud
summer morning
sweethearts
Dendranthema
Cool Igloo
Frosty Igloo
Rosy Igloo
Sunny Igloo
Warm Igloo
Dianthus, Border Carnation
Burgundy Blush
coconut punch
Coconut Surprise
coral reef
dragon fruit
fruit punch pomegranate
kahori
lilac & eye
neon star
pomegranate kiss
Dicentra, Bleeding Heart
candy mountain
gold heart
eximia
ivory heart
love hearts
snowy mountain
Spevtabilis
spectabilis alba
x king of hearts
valentine
digitalis, Foxglove
Camelot Cream
Camelot Lavender
Camelot Rose
Candy Mountain
Dalamatian Peach
Dalamatian Rose
Foxy
Pam's Choice
Echinacea, Coneflower
butterfly kisses
carribean green
cheyenne spirit
cranberry
evening glow
fatal attraction
green jewel
greenline
hot papaya
kim's knee high
magnus
Magnus Superior
Milkshake
orange passion
orangeberry
piccolino
pink double delight
pow wow wild berry
purple emperor
Purpurea
Red Knee High
salsa red
Availability
While Supplies
Last!
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Largest Selection of Perennials in the State
Use Superthrive and Osmocote when planting for the fastest start.
Echinacea, Coneflower (Continued)
sandy yellow
secret affair
single collection
solar flare
sombrero hot coral
Vintage Wine
Grasses (Continued)
pennisetum fireworks
pennisetum skyrocket
pennisetum, karley rose
pennisetum, prince
phalaris strawberries & cream
phalaris variegata picta
Heuchera, Coral Bells (Continued)
georgia plum
magnum
midnight rose
palace purple
stainless steel
watermelon
ERIGRON
azure fairy3
Helleborus, Lenten Rose
Brandywine
double queen mixture
pink
Heucherella, Foamy Bell
Copper Cascade
Cracked Ice
Golden Zebra
Sweet Tea
ERYNGIUM, Sea Holly
ERYNGIUM, Sea Holly
EUONYMOUS
coloratus
EUPHORBIA, SPURGE
FALSE INDIGO (Rock Cress)
Fern
adiantum pedatum-maidenhair ferm
athrium, filx-femina
athyrium niponicum metallicum
athyrium, ghost
athyrium, lady in red
athyrium red beauty
dryopteris dilatata crispa whiteside
dryopteris erythrosora, brilliance
dryopteris, atrata (Autumn Fern)
dryopteris, erythrosora (Autumn Fern)
hayscented
japanese painted pint
matteuccia, (ostrich fern)
matteuccia, struthiopteris - the king
osmunda, cinnamonea, (Cinnamon Fern)
Polystichum, Setiferum Harrenhausen
(Soft Needle Fern)
polystitchum, acrostichoide
polystitchum, polyblepharum
(Tassel Fern)
royal fern
GAILARDIA,Blanket Flower
arizona apricot
arizona red shades
azizona sun
fancy wheeler
fanfare blaze
sunset popsy
GALIUM, SWEET WOODRUF
Geranium, Cranesbill
blushing turtle
brookside
biokovo
patricia
rozanne
Grasses
Arundo Donax Golden Chain Giant Reed
Arundo Peppermint Stick Giant Reed
Calamagrostis, Eldorado
calamagrostis karl forester
carex snow cap
cortaderia, pumila
cymbopogon c. lemon grass
erianthus, ravennae (pampas)
festuca, boulder blue
festuca, elijah blue
hakonechloa aureola
imperata, red baron
isolepis cernua
leymus, blue dune
lirope big blue
lirope majestic
lirope variegated
miscanthus cosmopolitan
miscanthus gold bar
miscanthus super stripe
miscanthus, cabaret
miscanthus, cosmopolitan
miscanthus, dixie land
miscanthus, gracilimus
miscanthus, graziella
miscanthus, malepartus
miscanthus, purpurascens, autumn red
miscanthus, s chinese silver grass
miscanthus, s hur sunrise
miscanthus, s malepartus
miscanthus, s puentchen
miscanthus, s silberfeder
miscanthus, sinensis adagio
miscanthus, varigated
miscanthus, zebrinus
Pampas Pink, Cortaderia selloana Rosea
panicum hot rod
panicum Ruby ribbons
panicum, Cheyen PW
panicum, Cheyene Sky
panicum northwinds
panicum prairie fire
panicum shenandoah
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Phone 317-539-4632
Heliopsis, False Sunflower
Hemerocalis, Day Lily
autumn red
black stockings
bonanza
diva's choice
ed murray
frosted vintage ruffles
funny valentine
garden show
girl scout
going bananas
happy returns
irresistible charm
janice brown
lullaby baby
macbeth
madeline nettles eyes
mini stella
pigmy pirate
purple d'oro
red hot returns
red razzamatazz
siloam david kirchoff
siloam dream baby
siloam grace stamile
siloam peony display
siloam royal prince
spirtual corridor
stella de oro
storm of the century
sunday gloves
Herbs
basil, Aristotle
basil, greek basil
basil, kasar
basil, Mammoth
basil, sweet italian large leaf
catmint, nepeta faassenii (Kit Cat)
catmint, nepeta mussinii
catnip, nepeta cateria
chives schoenoprasum
curry, helichrysum italicum
dill, graveolens
fennel bulgare florence
lavandin, grosso
lavendula, ang. jean davis
lavendula, angustifolia hidcote
lavendula, angustifolia hidcote blue
lavendula, angustifolia hidcote blue
lavendula, angustifolia lady
lavendula, angustifolia munstead
lavendula, violet intrique
leeks
lemon balm
lemon verbena
marjoram sweet origanium
mint, apple mentha suaveolens
mint, chocolate
mint, peppermint
mint, peppermint variegated
mint, spearmint
nepeta cats meow
nepeta fassenii junior walker
oregano, greek
oregano, italian vulgare
parsley, italian
rosemary, officinalis
rosemary, prostratus Huntington carpet
sage, officinalis garden
stainless steel
stevia rebaudiana sugar bush
sweat tea
tarragon, french artemisia dracunculusa
thymus serphyllum mother of thymus
thymus, citriodorus lemon
winter savory
Heuchera, Coral Bells
apricot
berry smoothie
birki
cassis
cherry cola
cinnamon curls
coffee bean
circus
crisp collection
georgia peach
Hibiscus, Rose Mallow / Hardy
Blue River 11
Cherry Cheesecake
Cranberry Crush
Fireball
Kopper King
MIdnight Marvel
Party Favor
Plum Crazy
Plum Fantasy
Robert Flemming
Summerific Berrylicious
Summer Storm
Sweet Caroline
Hosta, Plaintain Lily
Ben Vernovy
June
albo marginata
andrew
aureo marginata
autumn frost
beach boy
ben vernooy
blue angel
blue berry muffin
blue ivory
blue mountains
blue mouse ears
brass ring
brim cup
brother stefan
catherine
christmas tree
color festival
cool as a cucumber
dancing in the rain
dancing stars
dream weaver
drinking gourd
empress wu
fire & ice
fire island
firn line
first frost
frances williams
golden tiara
great expatations
hadspen blue
halcyon
high society
june
loyalist
libery
majestic
Medio Varigata
moonstruck
old glory
patriot
paul revere
popcorn
rainforest sunrise
raspberry sundae
remember me
reversed patriot
revolution
stained glass
sum of all
touch of class
twilight
victory
whee
Houttuynia, Cameleon Plant
Cordata Chameleon
Hydrangea, Arborescens Annabelle
amethyst
anomala petiolaris
double delights peace
double delights perfection
double delights stargazer
double delights wedding gown
everlasting revolution
everlasting ocean
glowing embers
incrediball
invincibelle Spirit
pinky winky
pistachio
Incarvillea, Gloxina
Delavayi
Iris
ensata caprician butterfly
ensata nessa
ensata stippled ripples
ensata variegate
germanica blackalicious
germanica brazilian holiday
germanica cloud ballet
germanica dancing in pink
germanica edith wolford
germanica feed back
germanica hemstitched
germanica Immortality
germanica laugh lines
germanica magical encounter
germanica Mexican holiday
germanica mystic's muse
germanica red hawk
germanica ruby mom
germanica santorini
germanica savannah sunset
germanica spirit of memphis
louisiana black gamecock
louisiana rocky hunt
pallida albo var (ZEBRA)
sibirica beautiful blue
sibirica caesar's brother
sibirica super ego
sibirica, butter and sugar
sibirica double concord crush
sibirica double pinkparfait
siririca tumble bug
Ivy
boston
english ivy
thorndale
JOE-PYE-WEED
Kiwi
Kniphofia, Red hot poker
fire dance
pfitzeri
Lamium, Spotted Dead Nettle
beacon silver
orchid frost
pink pewter
purple dragon
variegated
white Nancy
LATIFOLIA, SWEET PEA
LATHYRUS
LAVENDER
big time blue
hidcote blue
munstead strain
platinum blonde
sweet romance
Leptinella
Platt's Black
Leucanthimum, Shasta Daisy
aglaya
alaska
banana cream
daisy may
Becky
crazy daisy
ice star
lacrosse
laspider
real dream
real galaxy
real glory
real neat
red charmer
silver princess
snow cap
snow lady
sonnenschein
Availability
While Supplies
Last!
Liatris, Blazing Star
spicata
floristan White
spicata kobold
spicata kobold original
white
LIGULARIA, RAGWORT
Lilium, Lily
Asiatic Black Bird
astiatic black eye
asiatic brunello
asiatic landini
asiatic levi
asiatic matrix
asiatic matrix orange
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Come Check Out Our Perennials
Use Superthrive and Osmocote when planting for the fastest start.
Lilium, Lily (Continued)
asiatic mount dragon
asiatic navona
asiatic peach pixie
asiatic sunset matrix
black beauty
Looks Spring Patio Combo
Looks, Tiny Spider
looks tiny nugget
looks tiny shadow
looks tiny spider
oriental columbia
oriental double distant drum
oriental double magic star
oriental double serene angel
oriental salmon star
oriental souvenir
oriental starfighter
oriental trumpet conca d'or
sunny martinque
LIGULARIA, Ragwort
Lindheimeri, Guara
LIRIOPE
big blue
variegata
Paeonia, Peony (Continued)
Edulis Superba
Felix Crousse Dbl Red
Hanakison
Itoh Bartzella
Itoh Canary Brilliants
Itoh Cora Louis
itom first arrival
itom garden treasure
itoh Julia Rose
Itoh Lemon Dream
itoh prairie charm
itoh yellow waterlily
Karl Rosenfield dbl red
lactiflora coral charm
lactiflora coral sunset
lactiflora lady alexandra duff
lactiflora laura dessert
lactiflora raspberry sundae
lactiflora sarah bernhardt
lactiflora shirley temple
lactiflora sorbet
Top Splendid
POLEMONIUM, Solomon's Seal
Stairway to Heaven
PACHYSANDA
terminalis
SALVIA, Meadow Sage
caradonna
east friesland
may night
marcus
Paniculata, Phlox
bright eyes
david
candystripe
coral flame
early purple
emerald blue
emerald pink
eva gullum
flame lilac
flame pink eye
flame purple
flamingo
freckle blue shades
freckle red shades
goliath
Lord clayton
hercules
nicky
pixie miracle grace
red super
scarlet flame
shockwave
starfire
Lobelia, Cardinal Flower
black truffle
compliment deep red
siphilitica
vedrariensis
LoNICERA, Honey Suckle
major wheeler
mandarin
mint crisp
Lunaria, Money Plant
Honesty
Lupine
Gallery Blue
Gallery Mixture
Gallery Pink
Gallery Red
Gallery Yellow
Popsicle Series
russell mix
LYCHIS, Rose Champion
lipstick
LYSIMACHIA, LOOSESTRIFE
MALVA, MALLOW
MATRICARIA
MONARDA, BEE BALM
blue stocking
bradburiana
fireball
grand marshall
marshall's delight
pardon my pink
pardon my purple
petite delight
purple rooster
Papaver, Poppy
Arc De Triomphe
Patty Plum
Pink Fuffles
Spring Fever Mix
passiflora, Passion Flower
Caerulea
penstemon, Bearded Tongue
Delft Blue Riding Hood
Red Riding Hood
rondo mix
MONEY PLANT
Myosotis, Forget-Me-Not
Royal Blue Compact
ultramarine
Passiflora, Passion Flower
Caerulea
Paeonia, Peony
Alexander Flemming
Bowl Beauty
Buckeye Belle
Coral Charm
Perovskia, Russia Sage
Atriplicifolia
Atriplicifolia, Little Spire
lacey blue
peek a blue
silvery blue
v cherry brandy
Platycodon, Baloon Flower
Astra, Double Blue
Sentimental Blue
Shell Pink
Polemonium, Jacob's Ladder
Brise d'Anjou
Polygonum, Silver Lace Vine
Aubertii
PORCELAIN BERRY VINE
Primula, Primrose
daniella apricot
hethor giant mixture
pacific giant mix
pacific hybrids
prunella,
Summer Daze
Pulmonaria, Lungwort
majeste
Mrs. Moon
roy davidson
RUDBECKIA, Black Eyed Susan
goldsturm
little gold star
little suzie
SAGINA, PEARL WORT
SAMBUCUS NIGRIA
Scabiosa, Pincushion Flower
butterfly blue
Sedum, Stonecrop
Autumn Fire
autumn fire
autumn joy
chocolate ball
dazzleberry
dragon's blood
firecracker
kamtschaticum yellow
moonlight serenade
orbit bronze
red cauli
tricolor
Sempervivum, Hens & Chickens
Stachy, Lamb's Ear
helene von stein
pink cotton candy
SYRINGA, LILAC BUSH
miss kim
palibin
Tiarella, Foam Flower
THALICTRUM, MEADOW RUE
TRADESCANTIA, Spiderwort
blueberry ice
concord grape
morning grace
red cloud
sweet Kate
TRICYRTIS, Toad Lily
Verbascum, Mullein
phoenicium
summer sorbet
Veronica, Speedwell
Blue Explosion
candied candle
cupid
dark blue
Eveline
first glory
first lady
Water Plants
Veronica, Speedwell (Continued)
first love
gile van hees's
goodness grows
hocus pocus
mauve
pink
purple explosion
royal candles
tidal pool
VINCA
minor
Viola
Columbine
Etain
Rebecca
Availability
While Supplies
Last!
Water Plants
Ceratophyllum Demersum
Cyperus Papyrus Percamenthus (Giant Dw papyrus)
Dichromena Colorata - Star Grass
Egeria Densa
Eichhornia Crassipes
Hydrocharis Morsus-Ranae
Hydrocotyle Sibthorpiodes Crystal Confetti
Hydrocotyle Umbellata
Juncus Effusus - Blue Medusa
Juncus Effusus Spiralls- Corkscrew Rush
Lindernia Grandiflora
Lobelia Fried Green Tomatoes
Lobelia Q. Victoria
Mentha Aquatica
Musa Basjoo-dw Banana Tree
Musa Mekong Giant
Musa Poquito
Myriophyllum Prosperpinacoides
Nymphaea Alaska
Nymphaea almost Black
Nymphaea Attraction
Nymphaea Charlene Strawn
Nymphaea Clyde Ikins
Nymphaea Colorado
Nymphaea, Madame Wilfron Gonnere
Oenanthe Javanica - Flamingo
Pontederia Cordata Lavender Pink
Pontederia Dilatata
Ruellia Brittoniana Chi Chi- Pink Bellflower
Ruellia Brittoniana Katie- dw Bluebells
Ruellia Brittoniana Katie in Pink
Sarracenia Danas Delight
Sarracenia Dana's Delight - Pitcher Plant
Sarracenia Scarlet Belle
Saururus Cernuus Rum-Lizard's Tail
Saururus Cernuus Variegatus
Tulbaghia Violacea Variegata - Society Garlic
Typha minima Miniature Cattail
Zantedeschia Aethiopica - Water Calla
Zephyranthes Grandiflora Pink
Zantedeschia, Water Calla
Aethiopica
Albomaculata
anneke
best Gold
classic Harmony
crystal Blush
dark Eyes
flame Yellow-Red
galaxy
lavender Gem
mango
picasso
rubylite Pink Ice
We carry a variety
of water garden plants
in the greenhouse.
We also carry ponds, pumps
and accessories in the store!
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Phone 317-539-4632
www.coxsplantfarm.com
Step 1 – GRO•FINE Crabgrass Control 25-3-5
Step 1 is a one-step premium pre-emergence crabgrass/annual
grass control product with fertilizer. It promotes the growth of thick
green grass. An 18 lb. bag covers 5,000 square feet. This product
is easy to use and satisfaction is guaranteed.
Step 2– GRO•FINE Weed & Feed 30-0-3
Step 2 controls broadleaf weeds and fertilizes your lawn at the
same time. This weed & feed is easy to use and provides fast
green-up, as well as slow release feeding and a more weed free
lawn. An 18 lb. bag covers 5,000 square feet and satisfaction is
guaranteed.
Step 3 – GRO•FINE Lawn Food 26-4-6
Step 3 is a balanced fertilizer plus micro-nutrients which promote a
thick green lawn, along with fast and slow release fertilizer. An 18
lb. bag covers 5,000 square. It is easy to use and satisfaction is
guaranteed.
Step 4 – GRO•FINE
Spring Starter/Fall Feeder 11-22-6
Step 4 is a premium fertilizer designed to maximize new growth
and help improve grass health and disease resistance. Contains
high phosphorous for improved root development. Easy to use and
satisfaction is guaranteed.
COX’S PLANT FARM
•
Phone 317-539-4632
GRO•FINE All Purpose Garden Food
An all purpose fertilizer designed for use on flowers, gardens, trees
and shrubs. Easy to use and satisfaction is guaranteed.
Fertilizer Program
Analysis
5-3-5
2
30-0-3
Product
Crabgrass Control 5M
Crabgrass Control 15M
Size
18 lb
39 lb
Price
12.98
37.98
26-4-6
26-4-6
26-4-6
5M Lawn Fertilizer
10M Lawn Fertilizer
15M Lawn Fertilizer
18 lb
36 lb
54 lb
10.98
20.98
29.98
0-0-3
3
30-0-3
5M Weed & Feed
10M Weed & Feed
13 lb
39 lb
14.49
32.49
11-22-6
Starter 5M
18 lb
9.98
Trimec Lawn Weed Preventer 5M
10 lb
12.49
8-8-15
1
25-0-13
Fall Feeder 5M
Fall Feeder 10M
18 lb
36 lb
13.49
22.98
www.coxsplantfarm.com
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Wayne’s Solutions to Common Lawn & Garden Problems
For over 50 years Wayne Cox has been growing plants and vegetables,
and solving the problems that can arise with them.
PROBLEM #1:
SOLUTION: The builder took all of the topsoil, leaving you with a nice looking lawn that will not grow anything. You may have tried to plant grass, and only got
a lot of weeds and thin grass as a result. That is because the soil packs down as hard as concrete. The grasses’ roots cannot penetrate the hard soil.
We have a product that we have used on our field for 5 years. It really works, breaking the soil compaction. One inch of rain will make it go 1 ft. deep in
the soil. For trees and plants with longer roots 4 inches of rain will loosen the soil 4 ft. deep. The product is called LIL’ PERK- Soil Conditioner. LIL’ PERK
comes in an 8oz. Bottle, and can be mix 1 oz. per 4 gal. of water for coverage of 5,000 sq. ft. An 8 oz. Bottle will cover 40,000 sq. ft. (approx. 1 acre) and
only costs $27.98. Use LIL’ PERK twice during the first year, once in spring and again in the fall. After that apply LIL’ PERK only one time a season to
keep soil loose. LIL’ PERK can also be used with a fertilizer for food for the plants. Plants are like your car, the car needs gas or will not keep going. Your
plants need nourishment too. LIL’ PERK can be used on gardens, flowerbeds, trees and shrubs. Without this product your plant’s roots will stay close to the
surface, because they can’t get down through the hard pan soil. LIL’ PERK will loosen the soil allowing for deeper root penetration. A deeper root system
can more easily draw up moisture, yielding better results. In dry weather, your plants will fail without moisture. We also have an ORTHO PROBLEM
SOLVER BOOK to help you with the proper chemicals to use.
PROBLEM #2: Rabbits and deer think you are growing a garden, trees and roses only for them to feed on. Most repellents work by leaving a bad taste on the leaves.
This only discourages the animals AFTER they have destroyed the plant.
SOLUTION: Finally, we have a product that will drive away the animals without sacrificing your plants. Liquid Fence Animal Repellent works by a smell. They think
your plants are not edible vegetation, and they go to another area, leaving your plants intact. Liquid Fence works by training the animals to avoid your
plants and remains effective through the colder months as well. With normal rainfall amounts, Liquid Fence will last a year. If we have an extreme
amount of rain, you will need to put on a second application. We have a ready to use bottle or a concentrate for larger areas. YES. “it really does work!"
GUARANTEED. You must be 100% satisfied with Liquid Fence or we will refund your purchase price. This product is environmentally safe. Liquid Fence
uses non-toxic ingredients and is biodegradable. It is safe to use near people and pets when used as directed.
PROBLEM #3: Grub worms, moles, Japanese beetles, all are related to cause a lot of grief. This is how the cycle works: Starting in the spring, the grub worms will come
up close to the surface, eating roots off the grass. Then the moles go after the grub worms, tearing up your grass even more. This damaging process goes on
until about late June into July, when the grub worms hatch into hungry Japanese beetles. The mature beetles fly everywhere looking for large amounts of
something good to eat, devouring their favorite plants and trees regardless of who’s property the plants may be on. After that, they breed and dive down on
the closest nice place to lay their eggs, approximately 25 or more per beetle. In September and October, the grubs hatch out and look for food (any grass
roots you have left) to get ready for winter so they can come back up and greet you in the spring. If we do nothing, they will be soon be so thick there will
be nothing left.
SOLUTION: The best we can do, as there is no complete way to get rid of the problem, is to reduce these pests to help have less of a problem. April and May: This is
the best time for lawn grub killer. Use after a rain, when the hungry grubs are close to the surface. The rainwater will activate the grub killer. Less grubs
will mean less moles chasing after the grubs. Late June, July, & first part of August: After the grubs change to Japanese beetles, use spray on plants they like
to eat. It helps, but they still eat your plants. Beetle traps will catch them on days the sun shines. However, the trap must be located away from plants you
want to save. beetle traps have a sex lure on it and the beetles go crazy to get in the trap. Remember each beetle can Iay up to 25 eggs. If the trap gets full
very quick it will hold over 1,000 beetles. Multiply that number by the amount of eggs they lay, and you could prevent 25,000 beetles a day when they are
in full flight over your property. If the trap draws in beetles from surrounding areas, you are reducing the problem in a positive way.
PROBLEM #4:
SOLUTION: Plant a tree in hard clay soil and the tree may live if you have enough rain, or water it.
Things to help make a tree grow better, dig a square hole, not a round hole. The roots will grow in circles in a round hole. With a square hole, the roots
come to corner and go straight out the hole. LI’L PERK will loosen the soil for better root penetration and SUPERthrive will get it going. When planting,
also use with fertilizer for better growth. What the numbers on fertilizer mean: as the number goes higher, the ingredient gets stronger. The first number is
for NITROGEN, aids in the growth of green plants. The second number is for PHOSPHATE, which yields better flowers and blooming plants. The third
number is for POT ASH, which gives better root growth.
PROBLEM #5:
SOLUTION: Moles and Ground Squirrels tearing up your yard or garden.
Put some castor beans in the mole run. When the mole travels through the tunnel and finds a seed and eats it, he is done. The bean is very deadly. For
ground squirrels, put the castor beans out where they will steal them. The squirrels will take the beans back to their dens and eat them. Bye, bye, squirrels.
PROBLEM #6:
SOLUTION: Ground needs to loosen up.
Buckwheat planted in June will mature by Fall. It helps bees when in flower, and loosens soil very well.
PROBLEM #7:
SOLUTION: Need a winter cover crop for your garden.
Use Crimson-Clover All Mix. Planted in September or early October, it grows all winter. In the spring,
chop it up with a lawn mower and till when you get ready to plant the garden.
PROBLEM #8:
SOLUTION: Fall Mums won’t come back in the spring.
After all green is gone in late fall, cut tops off at ground level. When ground freezes solid, pile
approx. 1 ft. tall pile of straw over roots. Remove straw in late March. Mums get in trouble when
it warms up in January or February. They think spring is here and start to grow, then it gets cold
again and kills the new growth.
PROBLEM #9:
SOLUTION: Birds or cutworms cutting off plants after you put in the garden.
For cutworms on tomatoes, put 2 small wooden matchsticks next to the stem, when the cutworm
wraps around the stem, the wood is too hard to cut off. Birds, attracted to the bright green pepper
and tomato plants, fly down and cut them off. If you can camouflage the plants for a few days, the
birds get used to them and leave them alone. Use tall weeds or a tree branch with leaves so the
birds can’t see the new plants you’ve just planted. The weeds won’t grow.
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Phone 317-539-4632
FREE TREE GROWS UP!
If you want
to see our
Blue Spruce
from the free
coupon in our
catalog, here
is a picture
from one of our
customers. This
5 year old tree
was given away
in the 1980’s.
See what results
are possible
with this free
tree from our
catalog!
www.coxsplantfarm.com
Use Superthrive and Osmocote when planting for the fastest start.
Look! Here’s something that even the
Guiness Book of World Records doesn’t have!
SWEET POTATOES
SWEET POTATO PLANTS
__ Beauregard – This new sweet
potato from Louisiana is out-yielding
standard varieties across the board.
Most important, for our northern
customers, it produces big sweet
potatoes in 90 days, over 5 weeks
earlier than any other variety.
Extremely productive, with rose skin
and deep orange flesh, Fusarium wilt
resistant. Plant after frost danger up
to 4th July, will mature by Oct. 4th
12–$3.98, 25–$5.49
50–$9.98, 100–$17.98
They also don't have a sweet potato variety as large as the ones we offer in our catalog!
This carrot was raised by Burl Tharp of Kirklin, Indiana. He is in his 80’s and still going
strong. He is also our supplier for multiplying onions. For each onion you plant you
will harvest two to four to eat!
In Memorial...
We Raise Our Own Bedding Plants
ANNUAL BEDDING PLANTS
We grow and handle a very large selection of
annual bedding plants and summer flowering
potted plants. Whether your planting is in the sun,
shade or a combination of both, we can help you
select the right plant material.
As a general rule, bedding plants should not
be planted until about May 10th in this area;
however, Petunias, Pansies, Snapdragons and
many perennial plants can be planted two to three
weeks earlier.
COX’S PLANT FARM
•
Phone 317-539-4632
Our 2007 Season Sweet Potato contest
winner Joe Kukman of Paragon, IN
holding his 14.17 lb. entry. Below that
are a 12 lb. and 13 lb. for
good measure. Right: His
Sweet Potato Patch.
www.coxsplantfarm.com
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ANNUAL FLOWERS IN PACKS
Our better quality plants are grown in Indiana, not shipped in from another state.
AGERATUM
AGERATUM
CELOSIA
2 Pack $1.39 / 4 Pack $1.98
__ Artist Blue
__ Blue Hawaii
2 Pack $1.39 / 4 Pack $1.98
__ Amigo Mix
__ Kimono Mix
__ Kimono Orange
__ Kimono Red
__ Kosmo Cherry Red
__ Spiky Pink
__ Spiky Purple
ALYSSUM
2 Pack $1.39 / 4 Pack $1.98
__ Deep Purple
__ Deep Rose
__ Snow Crystals
__ Wonderland Blue
__ White Bonnet
ALYSSUM
AMARANTHUS
SUMMER POINSETTIA
2 Pack $1.39 / 4 Pack $1.98
__ Early Splendor,
Grows 21⁄2 feet tall
ASTERS
ASTERS
2 Pack $1.39 / 4 Pack $1.98
__ Pot-N-Patio Mix
BEGONIA, DOUBLE
BLOOM & NON STOP
41⁄2" Pot $3.98
10 or more $3.75
804 4 Pack $3.98
__ Non Stop - 10 colors
__ Double Begonias - 4 colors
41⁄2" Pot $3.98 10 or more $3.75
BEGONIA,
DRAGON WING
HYBRID BEGONIAS
41⁄2" Pot $3.98
__ Red
CHRYSANTHEMUMS
25 or more colors
__ 3" pot $2.49 each
10 or more $2.25 each
CITRANELLA (Mosquito Plant)
41⁄2" Pots $3.98
CHRYSANTHEMUMS
COLEUS
2 Pack $1.39 / 4 Pack $1.98
__ Color Pride
__ Fairway Mix
__ Mix Wizard
__ Multicolor Rainbow
__ Velvet Red
__ Wizard Sunset
__ 10" Chenille Baskets $19.98
__ 10" Bouganvilla
Baskets $20.98
COLEUS
DAHLIA
2 Pack $1.39 / 4 Pack 1.98
__ Figaro Imp. Mix
__ Figaro Orange
__ Figaro Red
__ Figaro Violet
__ Figaro Yellow
DAHLIETTA (Several Colors)
BEGONIA, HYBRID
2 Pack $1.39 / 4 Pack $1.98
__ Bronze-Leaves (White-Red)
DOUBLE BLOOM BEGONIA
__ Deep Rose Mix Bronze Leaf
__ Green Leaf (Red, White, Pink, Rose & Mix)
BEGONIA, REX
__ 4 1/2" Pots 5 colors $4.98
45
th
BROWALIA
2 Pack $1.39 / 4 Pack $1.98
__ Blue Bells
__ Marine Bells
Qt. Pot $4.98
10 or More $4.49 ea.
DIANTHUS
2 Pack $1.39 / 4 Pack $1.98
__ Parfait Mix
__ Parfait Raspberry
__ Parfait Red Peppermint
__ Parfait Strawberry
__ Wee Willie
DAHLIA
NOTICE
DUE TO A INCREASE IN DEMAND FOR BEDDING PLANTS, WHICH WE GROW. SOME ITEMS WILL BE IN SHORT SUPPLY. WE
CANNOT PREDICT A YEAR IN ADVANCE WHICH ITEMS TO INCREASE. YOU WILL WANT TO SHOP AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE,
WEATHER PERMITTING, WHILE OUR INVENTORY IS COMPLETE.
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DIANTHUS
www.coxsplantfarm.com
ANNUAL FLOWERS IN PACKS
Our better quality plants are grown in Indiana, not shipped in from another state.
DUSTY MILLER
2 Pack $1.39 / 4 Pack $1.98
__ Silver Dust
FLOWERING KALE
2 Pack $1.39
Gal. Pots $2.98 For Fall
__ Red & White
DUSTY MILLER
FUCHSIA 5 Varieties
4" Pot $3.98 / 10 or more $3.75
10" Hanging Basket $19.98
GAZANIA
Large 804 4 Pack $2.98
__ Daybreak Bronze
__ Daybreak Mix
__ Daybreak Orange
__ Daybreak Red Stripe
__ Daybreak Yellow
GAZANIA
GERANIUMS, HYBRID
From Seed Packs of 4 $2.98 (75¢ ea)
Flat of 32 Plants $19.98 (62¢ ea.)
__ Maverick Pink 4" Pots $1.89 ea.
__ Maverick Red
__ Maverick Star
__ Maverick White
__ Pinto Deep Red
__ Pinto Rose
__ Pinto Salmon
NOW G
__ Pinto Scarlet
RIN
FEATUe signs
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Pictu lant tables
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above thdiscriptions
with lanting
and p tion.
informa
HYBRID GERANIUMS
HARDY GARDEN FALL MUMS
Started and blooming plants may be planted in the spring, or
if you prefer, we will have larger container plants available in
the late summer or fall for “instant" color.
3 GALLON POTTED ONLY $6.98
(3 or more — only $6.49 each) (10 or more — only $5.98 each)
GYPSOPHILIA
3" Pot $2.49
__ Gypsy Deep Rose Dbl.
HYPOESTES
Large 4 Pack $2.98
__ Splash Pink
__ Splash Red
__ Splash Rose
__ Splash White
Regular
IMPATIENS
IMPATIENS
4 Pack $1.98
Some assorted colors available
__ Red __ White __ Assorted Colors
10" Hanging Basket $17.98
Several Colors
IMPATIENS,
NEW GUINEA
Divine from seed
4 Pk $4.98
__ Red Cherry
__ Lavendar
__ Orange
__ Orange Bronze Leaf
__ Violet
__ Pink
__ Blue Pearl
__ Burgundy
NEW GUINEA IMPATIENS
__ Scarlet-Bronze Leaf
GERANIUMS, VEGETATIVE TYPE
• Vining 41⁄2" pots $2.98 each, 10 or more $2.75 each
12" Hanging Basket $19.98
Martha Washington 51⁄2" Pot $6.98
GERANIUMS, VEGETATIVE TYPE
DESIGNER & FANCY LEAF
In 23 Colors
51⁄2" pots $3.98
5 or more $3.75 Ea.
GOMPHRENA
IMPATIENS, DOUBLE
2 Pack $1.39 / 4 Pack $1.98
__ Gnome Purple
PROVEN WINNER PLANTS
Several kinds to choose from in Proven Winner
and Simply Beautiful pots.
41⁄2" $3.98 10 or more $3.75 ok to mix varieties
COX’S PLANT FARM
•
Phone 317-539-4632
DOUBLE IMPATIENS
4-1/2" Pot $3.98 • 10 or more $3.75
10" Hanging Basket $18.98 Several Colors
__ Fiesta
LOBELIA
2 Pack $1.19 / 4 Pack $1.98
__ Riviera Midnight
10" Hanging Basket $18.98
www.coxsplantfarm.com
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ANNUAL FLOWERS IN PACKS
Our better quality plants are grown in Indiana, not shipped in from another state.
MARIGOLDS,
Extra Dwarf
2 Pack $1.39 / 4 Pack $1.98
__ Alumia Flame __ Alumia Orange Deep
__ Alumia Red
__ Disco Marietta
__ Disco Orange __ Safari Bolero
__ Safari Mix
__ Safari Scarlet
__ Safari Red
__ Safari Yellow
__ Safari Tangerine __ Janie Mix
__ Janie Bright Yellow
__ Janie Harmony __ Janie Orange
MOSS ROSE
PANSIES
2 Pack $1.39 / 4 Pack $1.98
__ Blueberry Thrill
__ Collossus Blotch Mix
__ Collossus Lavender Medley
__ Collossus Deep Blue
__ Collossus Red
__ Collossus Violet
__ Collossus Yellow
__ Majestic Giant Mix
__ Matrix Yellow w/Blotch
__ Wine Flash
PANSIES
4" Pots - Vinca Vine, Asparagus Fern, Spikes,
Eucalyptus, Ivy Vines $3.49 10" Pot Flat: $29.98
COX’S PLANT FARM
__ Black Eyed Susan 10" Hanging Basket $17.98
TORENIA
2 Pack $1.39 / 4 Pack $ 1.98
__ Duchess Blue & White
__ Duchess Burgundy
__ Dutchess Deep Blue
__ Duchess Pink
TORENIA
PETUNIAS, Hybrid Grandifloras
2 Pack $1.39 / 4 Pack $1.98
MARIGOLDS,
__ Blue Frost
Dwarf Giant Double
__ Celebrity Blue Ice
2 Pack $1.39
__ Dream Burgundy
__ Sweet Cream White
__ Debonair Black Cherry
TAISHAN NEW! Large, Better __ Debonair Dusty Rose
__ Dream Coral Morning
Bloom, Stronger Stems,
Center of Bloom Resists Rot. __ Dream Fushia
__ Dream Midnight Blue
2 Pack $1.39
__ Dream Mix
__ Yellow __ Orange
__ Dream Patriot Mix
__ Gold
__ Mix
PETUNIA
__ Dream Picotee Burgundy
__ Garden Joy Gold
__ Dream Red
__ Garden Joy Yellow
__ Dream Pink
__ Dream Salmon
__ Dream Sky Blue
MOSS ROSE
__ Dream White
__ Dream Water Fall Mix
2 Pack $1.39 / 4 Pack $ 1.98
__ Dream Picotee Red
__ Fire Frost (Red)
__ Sundial Fushia __ Sundial Mix
__ Limbo Violet
__ Madness Burgundy
__ Madness Carmine
__ Madness Midnight
__ Sundial Peppermint
__ Madness Magenta
__ Madness Red
__ Sundial Scarlet
__ Madness Red Morning
__ Madness Red Picotee
__ Sundial Tangerine
__ Madness White
__ Prism Sunshine Yellow
__
Madness
Summer
Imp
__ Merlin Blue Morning
NICOTIANA
__
Pretty
Grand
Coral
__ Pretty Grand Deep Pink
2 Pack $1.39 / 4 Pack $1.98
__
Pretty
Grand
Grand
Formula__
Pretty Grand Midnight
__ Saratoga Red
__ Pretty Grand Purple
__ Pretty Grand Red
__ Saratoga Purple Bicolor
__ Pretty Grand Rose
__ Pretty Grand Summer
__ Pretty Grand White
__ Royal Madness
ORNAMENTAL MILLET
__ Sophistica Blackberry
__ Storm Lavender
3" $1.89
4 Pack $1.98
__ Sophistica Lime Bicolor
__ Sugar Daddy
__ Purple Majesty __ Melampodium __ Ultra Red Star
__ Ultra Sky Blue
__ Million Gold
__ Velvet Frost
MARIGOLDS
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Phone 317-539-4632
PETUNIAS, Hybrid Double
2 Pack $1.39 / 4 Pack $1.98
__ Burgundy Madness Dbl
__ Cascade Blue Double
__ Madness Pink Dbl
__ Madness Red & White Dbl
__ Pirouette Rose
__ Pirouette White & Purple
__
Red Madness Dbl
10" Hanging Basket $17.98 Several Colors
PETUNIAS, Super Cascade
2 Pack $1.39 / 4 Pack $1.98 For Boxes or hanging baskets
__ Blue __ Lilac
__ Pink
__ Red
__ Rose __ Salmon
__ White
12" Hanging Basket $19.98 Several Colors,
Vining Type Wave & Surfena & NEW Ramblin’ Red
NEW Easy Wave Red
www.coxsplantfarm.com
ANNUAL FLOWERS IN PACKS
PACKS
Our betterANNUAL
quality plants are FLOWERS
grown in Indiana, not IN
shipped
in from another state.
Our better
quality
plants are grown in Indiana, not shipped in from another state.
pETUniaS,
WaVE
pETUniaS
__
Easy Wave Burgundy
3” – Pack (1) $1.79 each
pETUniaS,
WaVEStar
pETUniaS
PETUNIAS,
WAVE
Petunias
__
Easy
Coral
3" –(1)
Pack
(1)each
$1.79
eacheach
__ Burgundy
Easy Wave
Wave
Burgundy
Star
3”
– Pack
(1) $1.79
__
Velor
3" reef
– Pack
$1.89
__
Easy
Wave
New
Violet
3”
–
Pack
(1)
$1.79
each
__ Easy
Easy Wave
Wave Burgundy
Coral reefStar
3" –3"
Pack
(1) $1.79
each
__
– Pack
(1) $1.89
each
__
Easy
Wave
Red
– Pack
(1)
$1.79
each
__ Easy
Easy Wave
Wave Coral
New 3"
Violet
Pack
(1)$1.89
$1.79each
each
__
reef
3"3”––Pack
(1)
__
Easy
Wave
Rosy
Pack
(1)$1.89
$1.79each
each
__ Easy
Easy Wave
Wave New
Red Violet
3"Dawn
– Pack
$1.79
each
__
3"3"––(1)
Pack
(1)
__
Easy
Wave
Salmon
3"
–
Pack
(1)
$1.79
each
__ Easy
Easy Wave
Wave Red
Rosy3"Dawn
3" (1)
– Pack
(1)each
$1.79 each
__
– Pack
$1.89
__
Easy
Wave
White
3"3"
––
Pack
(1)(1)
$1.79
each
__ Easy
Easy Wave
Wave Rosy
Salmon
$1.79
each
__
Dawn
3"Pack
– Pack
(1) $1.89
each
__
New
(1)(1)
$1.79
each
__ Easy
Easy Blue
WaveWave
White3”3"–3"–Pack
$1.79
each
__
Wave
Salmon
–Pack
Pack
(1)
$1.89
each
__
New
Wave
3"Pack
– Pack
(1) $1.79
each
__ Easy
New Lavender
Blue
3”3"– –Pack
(1)
each
__
WaveWave
White
(1)$1.79
$1.89
each
__
New
Misty
Lilac
Wave
3"
–
Pack
(1)
$1.79
each
__ New
New Blue
Lavender
3" – Pack
(1) $1.79
__
WaveWave
3" – Pack
(1) $1.89
each each
__
New
Pink
Wave
3"
–
Pack
(1)
$1.79
each
__ New
New Lavender
Misty LilacWave
Wave3"3"– –Pack
Pack(1)(1)$1.89
$1.79each
each
__
__
New
Purple
Wave
–3"Pack
(1)
$1.79
each
__ New
New Misty
Pink Wave
3" 3"
– Pack
$1.79
each
__
Lilac
Wave
– (1)
Pack
(1) $1.89
each
__
New
Rose
Wave
(1)
$1.79
each
__ New
New Pink
Purple
Wave
–Pack
Pack
(1)
$1.79
each
__
Wave
3"3”3"
––Pack
(1)
$1.89
each
__
Ramblin’
Red
Wave
Type
–
Pack
(1)
$1.79
__ New
New Purple
Rose Wave
__
Wave3”
3"––Pack
Pack(1)
(1)$1.79
$1.89each
each each
__
Ramblin’
Blue
$1.79
__ New
Ramblin’
Red
Wave
Type
– (1)
Pack
(1)each
$1.79
__
RoseNu
Wave
3"– –Pack
Pack(1)
$1.89
each each
__
Wave
3” Red
–Nu
Pots
––
18Type
per flat,
spec.
__ Ramblin’
Ramblin’
Blue
Pack
$1.79
__
Wave
–(1)Pack
(1)each
$1.89 each
Flat price,
(1.50
__ Ramblin’
Wave
3” Nu
– $26.98
Pots
perea.)
flat,
spec. each
__
Blue– –18
Pack
(1) $1.89
__
Wave
5
1/2”
–
Pots,
all
Flat Velor
price,3"
$26.98
(1.50
ea.) $4.49
__ Red
– Pack
(1) colors
$1.89
each each
Flat
price
8
Pots
27.98
__ Wave
Wave 3"
5 1/2”
– Pots,
$4.49 each
__
– Pots
– 18 all
percolors
flat, spec.
(6 Pack
of 3”8Pots
=1.50 ea.)
Flat price,
price
Pots $8.98
27.98
Flat
$26.98
(1.50 ea.)
(6 Pack of 3” Pots $8.98 =1.50 ea.)
Photo taken
in late July.
VERbEna
See how BIG
2
Pack $1.19 / 4 Pack $ 1.79
VERbEna
Wave Petunias
__
Quartz
Mix / 4 Pack $ 1.79
__ Quartz Patriot Mix
2 Pack
$1.19
Grow!!
__ Quartz Red w/ Eye
__ Quartz Scarlet
and Simply
Several
kindsBeautiful
to choosepots.
from in Proven Winner
1
4and
/2” $3.98
Simply Beautiful pots.
10
more $3.49
41/2”or$3.98
10 or more $3.49
VERBENA
VinCa
VINCA
Pack $1.39
$1.19 // 44 Pack
Pack $1.98
$1.79
VinCa
22
Pack
pRoVEn WinnER planTS
Several
kinds WinnER
to choose fromplanTS
in Proven Winner
pRoVEn
pURSlanE, Vining
10
or more $3.49 Vining
pURSlanE,
VERBENA
__ Quartz Mix
12”
Several
Colors
__ Quartz
Red
w/ Eye
Hanging
Basket
$18.98
12” Several Colors
Hanging Basket $18.98
__
__
__
__
12 in. basket
Quartz Patriot Mix
Obsession
Mix Only $19.98!
Quartz Scarlet
VERBENA
Obsession Mix
VERBENA
__
Apricot
Delite
2 Pack
$1.19
/ 4 Pack $1.79
__
Apricot
Pacifica
__
Coconut
WhiteBlackberry
Cooler
__
Apricot
Delite
__
Jams
&
Jellies
VINCA
4”
5 Colors
VINCA
10 Pots
or more
$3.49 $3.98 ea.2 Pack $1.39 / 4 Pack $ 1.98
__
First
Kiss
Blueberry
__ Jams
Coconut
White
Cooler
__
&
Jellies
Mix
VINCA
4” Pots 5 Colors $3.98 ea.__ Liberty For All
__
Orchid
Cooler
__ Pacifica Blush
__ Mediterranean
First
Kiss
Blueberry
RUdbECkia
__
XPS Strawberry
__
Pacifica
Mix Red
__
Pacifica
ReallyRed
__ Obsession Mix __ Quartz Mix __
3”
pots
$1.19
/
6”
Pots
$4.49
__
Orchid
Cooler
__ Pacifica
Pacifica Blush
Blush
Pacifica
Really
__
RUdbECkia
__
Peppermint
Cooler
__
Titan
Dark
Red
__
Quartz
Red
w/
Eye
__
Becky
Mix
__
Pacifica
Mix
__
Pacifica
ReallyRed
__
Pacifica
Deep
Orchid
__
Peppermint
Cooler
3” pots $1.19 / 6”
Pots $4.49
SALVIA
SALVIA
__
Titan
Mix
__
Titan
Lilac
__
Scarlet
__
Peppermint
Cooler
__
Titan
Dark
Red
__
Titan
Dark
Red
__
Titan
Mix
__ Becky Mix
SalVia
SALVIA
__
Victory
Apricot
__
Victory
Blue
12" Several Colors
__ Victory
Titan
Mix
__ Victory
Titan
Lilac
__
Blue
__
Cranberry
2
Pack $1.19 / 4 Pack $1.79
__
BonfireBasket
Med. Tall
Red
SALVIA
__
Victory
Carmine
__
Victory
Cranberry
Hanging
$19.98
SalVia
__ Victory
Victory Apricot
Apricot
__ Victory
Victory Lavender
Blue
__
__
Blue$1.39
Ribbon
__
2__
__
Victory
Grape
__
Victory
Lavender
2 Pack
Pack
$1.19
/44Pack
Pack$1.98
$1.79
__ Empire
Bonfire Purple
Med. Tall Red __
__ Victory
Victory Grape
Carmine
__ Victory
Victory Purple
Cranberry
__
__
Vista
Burgundy
__
White
__
Deep Violet __ Lighthouse
Purple
__ Evolution
Blue Ribbon
__ Vista
Empire
Purple
__
Victory
Mix
__
Victory
Purple
__
Victory
Grape
__
Victory
Lavender
__
Victory
Mix
__
Victory
White
__
Empire
RedRed
__
Red
Hot
Sally
__
__ Red
Sally
__ Lighthouse
Vista Burgundy
__ Hot
Vista
White
__
Victory
Red
__
Victory
White
__
Victory
Mix
__
Victory
Purple
__
Victory
Red
__
Evolution
Deep
Violet
__
__
Deep
Violet
Blue __ Victoria
Blue
__ Rhea
Empire
Red
__ Victoria
Red
Hot Sally
__
Grape
Cooler
__
Victory
Red
__
Victory
White
__
Flare
__
Mix
__
Mix
Purple
__ Vista
Evolution
Deep Violet __ Vista
__ Vista
Victoria
__
Grape
Cooler
RUDBECKIA
__
Rhea
Deep Violet
__
__
Blue __ Vista
Red &Purple
White
__ Vista
Flare White
__ Vista
Vista
Mix
__
2ViolaS
Pack $1.39
__
__ Vista
RheaRed
Deep Violet Blue
__ Vista
Vista Red
Purple
2
Pack
/ 4 Pack $1.79
__
Vista
Red
&
White
ViolaS
__
Tiger $1.19
Eye Gold
SNAPDRAGON
__ Vista Red
__
Sorbet
Blue
2
Pack
$1.19
/ 4Heaven
Pack $1.79
2 Pack__
$1.39
/
4
Pack
$1.98
Vista Red & White
__
Duet
SnapdRagon
__
Floral Showers Lilac
__ Sorbet
Sorbet Orange
Blue Heaven
VIOLAS
2
Pack
$1.19
/ 4 Pack
$1.79
Sorbet
Plum
__
Med-Tall
& Liberty
Varieties
__Pack
Sorbet
Orange
Duet$1.98
SnapdRagon
2__
$1.39
/ 4Velvet
Pack
__
BellsRed
Mix &
–/Yellow
6-8"
Mix,
__
Sorbet
Purple
Duet
2 Pack
$1.19
4 Pack $1.79
__ Sorbet
Sorbet Blue
PlumHeaven
Velvet
__
__
Med-Tall
&– Liberty
__
– 6-8"Varieties
__
Sorbet
Sunny
Royale
__ Montego
Bells MixMix
6-8"
VIOLAS
__ Sorbet
Sorbet Purple
Purple Jump
Duet Up
__
VIOLAS
Mix,
Red
&
Yellow
__
Montego
Burgundy
__ Med-Tall & Liberty Varieties
__
Velour
Blue
Bronze
__
Sorbet
Sunny
Royale
__
Sorbet
Sunny
Royale
VIOLAS
__
Montego
Mix
–
6-8”
__ Montego
Bicolor
Mix, RedOrange
& Yellow
__ Velour Blue Bronze
__
Montego
Blush
__
__ Montego
Montego Pink
Mix – 6-8”
Zinnia
ZINNIA
__
Montego
Burgundy
__
__ Montego
Montego Purple
Blush
2 Pack
Pack $1.39
$1.19 / 4 Pack $1.79
Zinnia
2
__
Montego
Orange
Bicolor
__
__ Montego
Montego Red
Burgundy
––
Profusion
Cherry
2
Pack
$1.19
/ 4Mix
Pack $1.79
__
Montego
Pink
__
Dream
Land
__
Bicolor
__ Montego
Montego Rose
Orange
Bicolor
SNAPDRAGON
__
Profusion
Orange
__
Montego
Purple
––
Profusion
Cherry
__
Profusion
Cherry
__
__ Montego
Montego Sunset
Pink
SNAPDRAGON
2
$1.19Orange
SNAPDRAGON
__
Montego
Red
__Pack
Profusion
Orange
__
__
Profusion
__ Montego
Montego White
Purple
__
Swizzle
Cherry
& Ivory
__
Montego
Rose
Bicolor
__
Montego
Yellow
__ Montego White
2
Pack
$1.19
__
Zinnita
Mix
__ Montego Red
__
Montego
Violet
__
Swizzle
Scarlet
& Ivory
Yellow
__
Montego
Violet
__
Montego
Yellow
__
Swizzle
Cherry
&
__
Montego
Rose
Bicolor
__
State
Fair
Mix
__ Montego White
zINNIA
ZINNIA
__
Mix
__
__ Snapshot
Montego Violet
__ Zinnita
SwizzleMix
Scarlet & Yellow
__ Montego Yellow
zINNIA
COX’S PLANT FARM • Phone 317-539-4632
www.coxsplantfarm.com
__ Twinny Peach
__ Zinnita Mix
COX’S PLANT FARM
•
Phone
Phone 317-539-4632
www.coxsplantfarm.com
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GROW YOUR OWN VEGETABLES
Why not have Mother Nature help you lower your high grocery bill?
Grow your own vegetables in your spare time. Use your backyard to save
lots of money and enjoy the very fresh flavor you can’t buy at the store.
For example – the average yield and cost to grow
some of the vegetables are...
1/4 lb of GREEN BEAN SEED will cost you $1.49
and will produce approximately 10 lbs. of green
beans. At an estimated market value of $1.50/lb. that
would cost you $15.00.
12 SWEET POTATO plants will cost you $2.98 and will yield
approximately 50 lbs. of sweet potatoes. At an estimated
market value of 75¢/lb. that would cost you $37.50.
1 bundle of SWEET ONIONS (approximately 30 plants)
will cost you $1.98 and will yield approximately 15 lbs.
of onions. At an estimated market value of 75¢/lb.,
that would cost you $11.25.
Four TOMATO PLANTS will cost you $1.89 and
will produce an average of 20 lbs of tomatoes per plant.
At an estimated market value of $1.00/lb. that would
cost you $80.00.
1 dip of BEET SEED will cost you 95¢ and will yield
approximately 40 lbs. of beets. At an estimated market value
of 75¢/lb. that would cost you $30.00.
Four CABBAGE PLANTS will cost you $1.89
and will produce an average 5 lb. Cabbage Head
per plant. At an estimated market value of $2.50
a head that would cost you $10.00.
1/4 lb. of CORN SEED will cost you approximately $5.00
and will yield approximately 125 ears of corn. At an
estimated market value of 30¢ each that would cost
you $37.50.
Four PEPPER PLANTS will cost you $1.89 and
will produce an average of 15 lbs. of peppers. At an
estimated market valueof .75¢⁄ to $1.00/lb. that would cost you
$11.25 to $15.00.
1 dip of RADISH SEEDS will cost you 95¢ and will
yield approximately 25 lbs. of radishes. At an estimated
market value of $1.00/lb that would cost you $25.00.
10 lbs. of SEED POTATOES planted in a 100 foot row will cost you
approximately $7.50 and will yield up to 100 lbs. of potatoes. At an
estimated market value of $1.00/lb. that would cost you $100.00.
1 dip of LETTUCE SEEDS will cost you 95¢ and will yield
approximately 10 lbs. of lettuce. At an estimated market value
of $1.50/lb that would cost you $15.00.
Now, this is just an average yield, you could get more or less, depending on weather conditions. Fertilizer will also help make your plants grow better and give you a better yield.
The more you plant the more you will get in return. Just remember that you will also have to combat Mother Nature's pest problems by spraying your plants!
While we were raising our seven children and trying to make ends meet, having a large garden was a big help
by canning and freezing the vegetables we had raised ourselves!! Thank you for so many great years...
The Cox’s
ORGANIC PRODUCTS
CUCUMBER – MELON – SQUASH
2 Pack $1.39
Plants ready to set out
__ Cantaloupe - Ambrosia
__ Cantaloupe - Burpee Hybrid
__
Cantaloupe
Superstar
Our Organic seed is grown without the use of chemicals, __ Cucumber - Burpless Hybrid Tasty Green__ Cucumber - Burpee Hybrid
coming from organically grown plants.
__ Cucumber - Bush Pickle
__ Cucumber - Sweeter Yet
__ Cucumber - Spacemaster (Bush) __ Cucumber - Pickling
featuring
__ Gourds - Several Small Mix __ Cucumber - Sweet Success
__
Pumpkins
Howden
ESPOMA ORGANIC TRADITIONS PLANT FOODS
__ Pumpkins - Jack-B-Little
We feature a large variety of organic productsincluding plant food, bulbs, __ Pumpkins - White
flowers, vegetables, tomatoes, trees, holly, bloom builder, garden gypsum
__ Squash - Acorn
soil acidifier, lime, green sand, kelp meal, manure and Miracle-Gro
__ Squash - Butternut
NOW G
RIN
organic potting soil.
__ Squash - Crookneck
A
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F TUe signs
r
u
t
Pic
__ Squash - Spaghetti
tables
For insects – safer insecticidal soaps, End All for yard, garden and more.
e plant ns
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v
o
__ Squash - Straight Neck
ab
criptio
Natural guard for copper soap and Neem – kills fungus, insects and mites. __ Squash - Yellow Zucchini
with dis lanting
p
d
an
Diatomaceous earth, hot pepper wax, liquid fence for rabbits, deer, moles, __ Squash - Zucchini (Black)
tion.
informa
Critter Ritter.
__ Watermelon - Burpee’s Sugar Baby
__ Watermelon - Charleston Grey
__ Watermelon - Crimson Sweet
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COX’S PLANT FARM
•
Phone 317-539-4632
www.coxsplantfarm.com
ANNUAL VEGETABLES IN PACKS
We grow and schedule our vegetable transplants
to provide you with a continual supply of fresh
quality plants for your gardening needs.
We suggest, for this area, that cabbage, cauliflower,
broccoli and brussel sprout plants be planted earlyfrom mid-April on, and tomatoes, egg plants,
cucumbers and melon plants be planted from midMay on.
EGGPLANT
HORSERADISH
BROCCOLI
Large Medium Pack of 6 — $2.49
Small Medium Pack of 4 — $1.98
Small Pack of 2 — $1.39
__ Baby Aspabroc (Broccolini)
2–$1.39 / 4–$1.98
__ Green Magic
2–$1.39 / 4–$1.98 / 6–$2.49
BRUSSEL SPROUTS
__ Hybrid Jade Cross-E
2–$1.39 / 4–$1.98 / 6–$2.49
BROCCOLI
CABBAGE
CABBAGE
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
Early Dutch
Early Jersey Wakefield
Golden Acre
Quick Start
Late Flat Dutch
OS Cross (Large - to 25+ lbs.)
Red Acre
Stone Head Hybrid
CAULIFLOWER
Wisconsin All Season
CAULIFLOWER
__ Snowcrown
2–$1.39 / 4–$1.98 / 6–$2.49
__ Gold Self Blanching
2–$1.39 / 4–$1.98 / 6–$2.49
HEAD LETTUCE
__ Summer Time 2–$1.39 / 4–$1.98 / 6–$2.49
(Better for warmer weather)
ONION plants
CAULIFLOWER
SWEET PEPPERS
__ Bell Boy
__ Better Belle
__ Big Bertha
__ Blushing Beauty
__ Candy Apple
__ Carmen
__ Chinese Giant
__ Chocolate Beauty
SWEET PEPPERS
__ Cubanelle, Frying Type
__ Fooled You Mild
__ Goliath Hybrid
__ Golden Calwonder
__ King Arthur
__ Gypsy Hybrid
__ Mango California-Wonder
__ Lady Bell Hybrid
__ Pimento Elite
__ Orange Bell
__ Red Beauty
__ Purple Beauty
__ Super Heavyweight
__ Sweet Banana
(Green to Yellow)
__ Sweet Cherry
__ Tangerine Dream
COX’S PLANT FARM • Phone 317-539-4632 th
4
4
6 varieties
__ Approx 50 per Bundle — $2.49
__ Horseradish – Pot $4.49
HOT PEPPERS __ Anahiem (Mildly Hot)
__ Basket of Fire
__ Big Bomb (Cherry)
__ Big Chilli (Mild)
__ Cajun Belle (MildLY Hot)
__ Caribbean Red Hot (HOT)
__ Cayenne Long Slim
__ Habanero Very (Hot-Hot)
__ Holy Mole
__ Hungarian Yellow Wax
__ Jalapeno (Mexican)
__ Jalapeno Gigante
__ Mexibell
__ Poblano
__ Serrano Hot
__ Super Red Chilli
__ Tabasco
__ Tiburon Mildly Pungent
__ Victoria – 3" Pot $2.49
__ Victoria – 5 1/2 " Pot $4.49
__ Canada Red – 11/2 gal. Pot $11.98
STRAWBERRIES
4 Pack $2.29
STRAWBERRIES
in bundles
__All Star
__Cabot
__Flavorfest
__Early Sunglow
__Honeoye
__Jewel
25 per bundle
HOT PEPPERS
HOW HOT IS HOT?
We’ve ranked the taste
of our hot peppers from
hottest (1)
to mildly hot (10).
Variety
Rank
Caribbean Red Hot.......... 1
Habanero.......................... 2
Tabasco G........................ 3
Super Chili....................... 4
Cayenne Long Slim......... 5
Cherry Bomb.................... 6
Jalapeño M....................... 7
Hungarian Yellow Wax.... 8
RHUBARB
CELERY
th
5
4
__ Black Beauty __ Little Fingers
2–$1.39 / 4–$1.98 / 6–$2.49
Big Chili............................ 9
Mexibell.......................... 10
Note: Pepper pungency is
about 10 times greater after
drying. Also peppers grown
under stress and/or high
heat and humidity will also
be hotter than hot peppers
grown
under
moderate
climatic conditions.
SAVE!
SAVE!
SAVE!
25 for $8.98, 50 for $14.98,
100 for $25.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices
25 for $16.50, 50 for $28.00,
100 for $36.00
STRAWBERRIES
(EVERBEARING)
STRAWBERRIES
__Tribute (everbearing)
25 per bundle
25 for $9.98
50 for $15.98
100 for $27.98
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ANNUAL VEGETABLES IN PACKS
BEEFHEART TOMATO
WAYNE'S
CHOICE TOMATO
Very Low to no acid • Ripens Early • Medium to large size fruit
Excellent flavor, meaty with very few seeds
Not listed in any catalog or on the internet, it has been handed down
over the years by a Southern family! An Heirloom!
Problem: Tomato Early Blight
TOMATOES Field Type
Approximately in the mid 1980's we had
a blight hit the corn crop. It also hit the
tomatoes and has been a problem ever
since. Once the blight gets into the soil,
it comes back the following year. It also
travels as a spore which settles on dew
drops and evaporates to the rain clouds,
which can travel up to thirty miles and come
down as rain on your garden... and now you have the blight.
There are over 300 kinds of tomatoes that are non-resistant to the blight.
We had been spraying a fungicide which cost $17.00 for 9 ounces. We have
found that Epsom Salts which we get in a 50 lb. bag and package up at a
very reasonable price has the same ingredients as the fungicide. We sell the
Epsom Salts in a 1 lb. pkg for $1.98 or a 2 lb. pkg for $3.49. We had very
good results last year from using the Epsom Salts. There was no blight in
our garden all the way to frost!
HOW TO USE EPSOM SALTS:
Put 1 tablespoon in the bottom of the hole and mix in the soil. Place the
tomato plant in the hole and cover the hole. Then mix 1 tablespoon of
Epsom Salts to a gallon of water and water the plant in.
If later you see any blight signs on bottom leaves, then mix 2-1/2
Tablespoons per gallon of water and spray plants until well covered. Also
spread some on the ground under the plants (1 or 2 tablespoons will be
enough). We have had several people tell us it worked for them!
SWEET POTATO PLANTS
(See page 11 for information on Sweet Potatoes.)
TOMATOES
FIELD TYPE IN PACKS
Large Medium Pack of 6 – $2.49
Small Medium Pack of 4 – $1.98
Small Pack of 2 – $1.39
__ Beefsteak (large) Heirloom
__ Burpee Delicious (large size)
__ Rutgers V.F. (reg. size)
TOMATO, RUTGERS VF
VEGETABLE
VEGETABLE PLANTS
PLANTS &
& FLOWERS
FLOWERS
2 each
• Small Medium Packs (4 plants per pack) . . 1 each
48 plants per flat per pack.12 packs in flat.
• Small Packs (2 plants per pack) ................ 1 each
• Large Medium Packs (6 plants per pack) ..
72 plants per flat. 12 packs in flat.
$
49
$
98
$
39
2 pack - 36 plants per flat. 18 packs in flat.
ANY OF THE ABOVE:
$
18
98
FLAT
ATTENTION LANDSCAPERS AND TRUCK GARDENERS…
Special Low Prices on 10 Flats or More $16.98
OK to Mix in Same Flat (above priced plants only)
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__ Brandywine Pink
...very low acid and meaty
__ Cherokee Purple Heirloom
...used by Indians
__ Great White
__ Jubilee (orange) Low Acid
__ Portugese Roma Large
__ Red & Yellow Striped
__ Red Brandywine
__ Yellow Brandywine
__ Green When Ripe
TOMATO, RED BRANDYWINE
ONLY
$
18
98
PER FLAT!
HYBRID VARIETIES IN PACKS
SAVE!
2 Pack $1.39 / 4 Pack $1.98
__ Ace High Imp. __ Beefmaster
__ Amish Paste __ Better Bush
__ Beefheart Heirloom __ Better Boy
__ Big Beef __ Black Pearl 2 Pk $1.39
__ Burpees Big Boy __ Champion
__ Celebrity Hybrid __ Edd's Red & Yellow Bi-color
__ Early Girl, 45 Days __ Giant Belgium
__ Indigo Sun 3" pot $1.89 __ Jet Star
__ 4th of July __ Golden Girl
__ Goliath __ Lemon Boy
__ Mighty Sweet 3" pot $2.49 __ Mortgage Lifter
__ Mountain Fresh ( Better Flavor)
__ Napa Grape 3" pot $1.89 __ Orange Wellington
__ Parks Whopper __ Pink Girl TOMATO, ROMA VF
__ Rapunzel __ Supersonic
__ Supersteak __ Supersauce 3" pot $1.89
__ Super Fantastic __ Sweet Seedless 3" pot $2.49
__ Tasti-Lee 3" pot $2.49 __ Tye-Dye 3" pot $1.89
SAVE!
SAVE!
SMALL SIZE IN PACKS
2 Pack $1.39 / 4 Pack $1.98
__ Black Cherry
__ Cupid Very Sweet 3" pot $1.89
__ Golden Honey Bunch 3" pot $1.89
__ Tomato Berry Super Sweet 3" pot - $2.49
12" Hanging Baskets - $10.98
__ Tumbler & Tumbling Tom Red Cherry in baskets
__ Red Grape Sweet 3" pots - $1.89
__ Grape Cluster Sweet Juliet
__ Italian Roma V.F.
__ La Roma
__ Lemon Yellow Cherry
VERY EARLY PLANTS
__ Red Pear
__
Better
Bush, in 2 gallon Bucket with
__ Rio Verde
Tomatoes
on vine on trellis $7.98 each,
__ San Marazano
or __ 51⁄2" square pot smaller size
__ Sweet–100
Better Bush plant - $3.98 each
__ Sweet Million
__ Sweetheart of the Patio,
__ Sweet Treats 3" pot $2.49
__ Tomatillo Grande
big pot - $7.98 or
__ Yellow Pear
51⁄2" square pot - $3.98
__ Sun Sugar 2 Pack $1.39
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This Is Where Good Gardening Begins!
Save 15¢ Lb. Off These Prices
With Purchase of 5-Lbs. or More Per Item
Ask for prices on 25 lb. or more per item.
BEANS, BUSH LIMA
__ Burpee’s Improved Bush (75 Days) . 1.79 2.98 4.49
“COX’S — The Place To Go For Things That GROW"
SPREAD THE WORD!
ASPARAGUS ROOTS
__ 1 year Mary Washington 45¢ ea............... 25 for $9.98
(as large as 2 yr size)
50 for $15.98 100 for $26.98
__ 1 year Hybrid Jersey Giant 65¢ ea.
25 for $18.98
__ 1 year Purple
50 for $29.98
100 for $49.98
__ Asparagus
Seed
1
⁄16 oz.
⁄4 oz.
1
$1.98 $2.98
⁄2 oz.
1
1 oz.
$3.98 $5.98
COMPARE OUR LOW PRICES
per
per
per
1
1
⁄4 lb.
⁄2 lb.
lb.
BEANS, BUSH
__ Blue Lake (55 Days) white seed
.(stringless).......................1.49 2.69 3.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ............................4.50 8.50 14.95
__ Green Baby Henderson (65 Days) .... 1.69 2.89 4.19
Other Seed Catalog Prices ............................3.50 4.75 7.95
__ Jackson Wonder (colored)(65 Days) .1.79 2.98 4.49
Other Seed Catalog Prices ............................4.70 5.45 8.95
__ White Baby Henderson’s (65 Days) . 1.69 2.89 4.19
Other Seed Catalog Prices ............................4.50 6.95 11.95
__ Woods Prolific Largest Lima (71 Days) .. 1.69 2.89 4.19
Other Seed Catalog Prices ............................3.99 6.99 12.50
BEANS, POLE LIMA
__ Florida Speckled (90 Days) ............... 2.79 3.98 5.98
__ Burpee Stringless Green Pod
(50 Days) .........................1.49 2.69 3.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ............................4.99 7.99 12.50
5.25 8.95
__ Contender (54 Days)
(Stringless – 6-7" long)....1.49 2.69 3.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices..... 4.70
5.25 8.45
__ Derby (57 Days) Stringless
(Heavy yield,)...................2.98 5.49 9.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices..... 4.50
6.95 11.95
__ Dwarf Horticultural Taylor Shell Out
. (54 Days) (Bush)
(stringless in snap stage) .1.49 2.69 3.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices........ 4.00 4.50 7.15
__ Green Crop (52 Days) ......... 1.49 2.69 3.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices . 2.49
__ Jade (60 Days)
Stringless
High Yield
3.80
5.25
... 2.98 5.49 9.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ..................... 5.25
9.95 17.75
__ Kentucky Wonder (Bush Type)
(45 Days - stringless, white seed)................. 1.49 2.69 3.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ..................... 3.50
6.75 11.75
__ Purple Pod Royalty (51 Days)
(Stringless)...................................... 1.79 2.98 4.49
__ Fordhook No. 242 (70 Days) ............. 1.79 2.98 4.49
Other Seed Catalog Prices ............................3.90 5.45 8.95
Other Seed Catalog Prices ... 4.70
Other Seed Catalog Prices ............................3.90 5.45 8.95
5.25 8.50
.Other Seed Catalog Prices .... 4.50
BUSH BEANS
COMPARE OUR LOW PRICES
per
per
per
1
1
⁄4 lb.
⁄2 lb.
lb.
Other Seed Catalog Prices .................... 4.70
5.95
9.95
__ Giant Calico (88 Days) ....................... 2.79 3.98 5.98
__ King of the Garden (88 Days) ........... 2.79 3.98 5.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ............................3.90 5.45 8.95
__ Large Red Speckled (88 Days) ......... 2.79 3.98 5.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ............................3.90 5.45 8.95
BEANS, POLE RUNNER
__ Blue Lake (60 Days)
Stringless.............. 1.98
2.89 4.49
Other Seed Catalog Prices ............................3.90 5.45 9.95
__ Kentucky Blue (58 Days)
Stringless
..... 3.49 5.98 9.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ............................4.50 8.50 14.95
__ Kentucky Wonder, Brown (65 Days) .1.98 2.89 4.49
Other Seed Catalog Prices ............................4.30 6.45 10.95
__ Kentucky Wonder, White (62 Days) . 1.98 2.98 4.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ............................4.50 5.95 9.95
__ McCaslan (65 Days) ........................... 1.98 2.89 4.49
Other Seed Catalog Prices ............................5.30 7.95 12.95
__ Missouri Wonder (65 Days) ............... 2.29 3.49 4.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ............................4.50 7.95 11.75
__ Rattlesnake (65 Days) ........................ 1.98 2.98 5.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ............................4.95 6.95 10.95
__ Provider (50 Days)
(Tender, low-fiber) Stringless............. 1.49 2.69 3.98
BEANS, SOUP
__ Roma II (59 Days) Stringless.............. 1.79 2.98 4.49
Other Seed Catalog Prices .................... 4.90 5.95 9.95
__ Tender Green (53 Days)
(stringless - 6" long) ...................... 1.49 2.69 3.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ............................2.95 3.95 6.89
Other Seed Catalog Prices .................... 4.90
Other Seed Catalog Prices .................... 4.90
5.45
5.45
8.95
8.95
__ Tenderette (56 Days)
(Stringless - freezes well) ............. 1.49 2.69 3.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices .................... 4.70
5.95
9.95
__ Top Crop (49 Days)
(stringless)...................................... .1.49 2.69 3.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices .................... 4.70
5.45
__ Navy (90 Days - Small, white, bush)
Good dried bean................................... 1.49 2.69 3.98
__ Pinto (90 Days) ................................... 1.49 2.69 3.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ............................4.70 6.95 11.95
__ Red Kidney (95 Days) ........................ 1.49 2.69 3.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ............................3.90 5.45 8.95
BEANS, YELLOW BUSH
__ Top Notch Golden Wax (50 Days) .... 1.49 2.69 3.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ............................3.90 5.45 8.95
8.95
__ White Half Runner (60 Days)
Yield heavy ..................................... 1.49 2.69 3.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices .................... 4.70
__ Slenderette (53 Days)
Stringless
6.95 11.95
...... 1.49 2.69 3.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ..................... 5.10
8.45 13.95
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per
per
per
1
1
⁄4 lb.
⁄2 lb.
lb.
CORN, HYBRID SWEET (White)
__ Hickory King (110 days)................ 1.49 2.69 3.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ..................... 3.50 8.50 10.50
__ How Sweet It Is (87 Days) ............ 8.98 16.98 30.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ..................... 10.95 20.95 36.95
__ Silver King (73 Days) ......................6.98 11.98 19.98
COMPARE OUR LOW PRICES
per
per
per
1
1
⁄4 lb.
⁄2 lb.
lb.
Other Seed Catalog Prices ..................... 9.25 17.50 29.95
__ Serendipity Bi-Color
Triple Sweet (82 Days) ................. 8.98 14.49 23.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ................... 12.95 24.95 39.95
__ Sugar Buns (72 Days) . ................. 7.98 13.98 22.98
Earliest Gourmet Sweet Corn
Other Seed Catalog Prices ................... 9.50 15.95 26.95
__ Sweetie (82 Days) ......................... 7.98 12.98 21.98
Super sweet, silkless
Other Seed Catalog Prices ................... 10.98 17.95 28.98
__ Silver Queen (92 Days) ...................6.98 10.98 18.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ..................... 8.25 14.95 24.95
__ Trucker's Favorite (75 Days) ..........1.98 2.98 4.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ..................... 3.49
5.49
9.99
CORN, HYBRID SWEET (Yellow)
__ Ambrosia S.E. BI Color (75 Days). 7.98 12.98 22.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices....................... 8.50 14.95 26.95
__ Bodacious (75 Days) Sugar Enhanced.7.98 12.98 21.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices .................... 9.75 14.95 25.95
__ Golden Cross (88 Days) . ................... 2.98 4.98 7.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices .................... 10.95 12.95 20.95
__ Early Sunglow (69 Days) .............. 5.98 8.98 15.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices .................... 8.95 10.95 18.95
__ Honey ‘N Pearl Bi-Color (76 Days).11.98 20.98 39.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices .................... 13.95 23.95 44.95
__ Honey Select Triple Sweet Yellow
(79 Days) ........................................ 8.98 14.49 23.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices .................... 12.95 24.95 39.95
__ Illini Extra Sweet (85 Days) .......... 8.98 16.49 29.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices .................... 11.98 20.49 32.49
__ Incredible (85 Days)
Gourmet
.......... 7.98 12.98 21.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices .................... 14.99 19.99 37.99
__ Iochief (88 Days) ........................... 2.98 5.49 8.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices .................... 5.00 10.00 15.00
__ Kandy Corn (89 Days)
High Sugar.... 6.98
11.98 19.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices .................... 9.98 16.99 24.99
__ Merit (80 Days) Freezes Good........ 8.98 14.98 23.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices .................... 10.00 17.00 25.00
__ N.K. 199 Hybrid (83 Days) ..............3.98 6.98 10.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices .................... 5.20
7.95 17.95
__ Peaches & Cream E.H. White and Yellow
Mixed on Same Ear (80 Days) ...... 6.98 9.98 17.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices .................... 10.00 16.00 28.00
__ Kandy King (73 Days) ................... 6.98 11.98 19.98
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__
__
__
Other Seed Catalog Prices .................... 8.20 14.69 25.95
per
⁄16 oz.
per
⁄8 oz.
1
per
⁄4 oz.
1
Boston Pickling (58 Days).....................
Burpless Early Spring Hybrid (55 Days)..2.49
Burpless Tasty Green (55 Days).........2.98
Bush Crop (62 Days)............................
Bush Pickle (50 Days)...........................
Long Green (70 Days)..........................
Marketmore (67 Days)..........................
Spacemaster Bush (60 Days)...............
Straight Eight (58 Days)........................
Other Seed Catalog Prices ..................... 8.95 10.95 16.95
__ Butter/Sugar Bi-Color (78 Days)..... 5.95 9.95 16.95
CUCUMBER
1
.98 1.49
—
—
1.98
1.98
.98 1.49
1.49
1.29
.98 1.49
GOURDS
per
⁄8 oz.
1
__ Apple Gourd ................................................................. 2.49
__ Bottle or Birdhouse........................................................ 1.98
__ Dipper ( Long Handle)................................................... 1.98
__ Jack-B-Little (like minature pumpkin) . ......................... 1.98
__ Large & Small Mix......................................................... 1.98
__ Luffa Sponge . .............................................................. 1.98
__ Small Fancy Mix . ........................................................
.2.49
NOW
RING
FEATUe signs
r
Pictu lant tables
ep
HERBS
above thdiscriptions
__ Coriander (Cilantro)
with lanting
and p tion.
1 small dip, approx. 75 seeds...........................................
.95
informa
__ Dill Long Island Mammoth
1 dip, approx. 1/3 oz......................................................... 1.25
MUSKMELON
or CANTALOUPE
per
⁄32 oz.
1
per
⁄16 oz.
per
⁄8 oz.
1
1
per
⁄4 oz.
1
__ Ambrosia (86 Days)..............3.98 6.98
__ Atlantis 6-8" (74 Days)..........2.98 4.98
__ Burpee Hybrid Cantaloupe...3.49 5.98
__ Hales Best Jumbo (83 Days)....................... .98 1.49
__ Super Star Cantaloupe (86 Days)...3.98
PEAS
COMPARE OUR LOW PRICES
per
per
per
1
1
⁄4 lb.
⁄2 lb.
lb.
__ Alaska (Earliest) (55 Days) ........... 1.29 1.98 2.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ..................... 3.50
4.95
7.95
__ Laxton’s Progress No. 9
(64 Days).......................................... 1.29 1.98 2.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices .................... 3.50
4.95
7.95
__ Little Marvel (62 Days) .................. 1.29 1.98 2.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ..................... 3.50
4.95
7.95
__ Wando (plant up to July 1st, good hot weather pea)
(68 Days).......................................... 1.29 1.98 2.98
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Other Seed Catalog Prices ..................... 3.50
4.95
7.95
CUCUMBERS
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PEAS, BLACK EYE
per
⁄4 lb.
per
⁄2 lb.
1
per
lb.
1
__ California Black Eye
(60 Days) ........................... 1.49 2.69 3.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ..... 3.25
5.75
9.95
PEAS, CROWDER
PEAS
__ Pink Eye Purple Hull Bush
(50 Days) ........................... 2.49 3.49 4.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ...... 3.98
5.75
9.95
__ Sugar Ann
(56 Days) . ........................ 1.69 2.89 4.19
Other Seed Catalog Prices ... 2.49
3.49
5.49
Other Seed Catalog Prices ... 3.98
7.75 13.50
__ Sugar Snap
(68 Days) . ........................ 1.69 2.89 4.19
__ Super Sugar Snap
(66 Days) . ........................ 2.79 3.99 6.49
Other Seed Catalog Prices ... 3.95
7.35 11.19
PEAS, SUGAR (Snow Peas, Edible Pod)
__ Dwarf Grey Sugar (75 Days) ........ 1.29 1.98 2.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ..................... 2.75
4.50
6.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ..................... 3.90
5.45
8.95
__ Oregon Sugar Pod (68 Days) ....... 1.29 1.98 2.98
PEANUTS, SEED
⁄4 lb.
1
⁄2 lb.
1
__ Champ (120 Days) ......................................2.29 3.79
Other Seed Catalog Prices.....................................2.75
4.65
Castor Bean
__ (Mole Bean) Per 3/4 Oz........................................... 3.98
Perennials
Wildflower Mix
per
1/2 oz.
per
1 oz.
per
1
⁄4 lb.
__ Perennials Wildflower Mix . .......... 3.98 5.98 19.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ..................... 4.55
POPCORN
per
1-oz.
__ Japanese Hulless White (110 Days).1.79
Other Seed Catalog Prices ................3.25
__ Purdue - 305 White (105 Days).......1.79
Other Seed Catalog Prices ................4.98
__ Purdue - 410 Yellow (105 Days)......1.79
Other Seed Catalog Prices ................4.98
__ Red Strawberry (105 Days).............1.98
__ South American................................1.79
OPEN POLLINATED
per
1-oz.
8.20
per
2-oz.
per
⁄4 lb.
1
2.98 3.98
3.75 4.50
2.98 3.98
8.29 14.50
2.98 3.98
8.29 14.50
2.98
2.98 3.98
per
2-oz.
per
1
⁄4 lb.
__ Mini Seneca (103 Days) ............... . 1.98 2.98 4.98
per
⁄4 lb.
per
⁄2 lb.
per
lb.
__ Ornamental Seneca
(Indian) (110 Days) ..........................1.98 2.98 4.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices ...............4.50 8.30 13.80
1
1
(Note: Plant corn when soil temp. reaches 55° to 60°)
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per
⁄8 oz.
per
⁄4 oz.
1
1
Big Autumn (90 Days) 10 seeds.................. —
Big Max (110 Days)...................................... —
Connecticut Field or Big Tom (120 Days).... .98
Cotton Candy White (5 to 10 lbs) (100 Days) . 2.49
Dill’s Atlantic Giant (6 seeds) (125 Days).... 1.39
Full Moon White (40 to 100 lbs) 10 seeds (110 Days) Howden Hybrid (110 Days).......................... — Jack ‘O Lantern (110 Days).......................... .98
Little Pie (Sugar)(90 Days)........................... .98
Striped Cushaw (Green & White) (110 Days). .98
1.49
1.49
1.49
—
—
2.49
2.29
1.49
1.49
1.49
SQUASH, SUMMER VARIETIES
PEAS, SNAP
(Edible Pod)
SNAP PEAS
PUMPKINS
__
__
__
__
__
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Black Zucchini (44 Days)............................. .98
Early White Scallop (53 Days)..................... .98
Gold Rush (Hybrid Zucchini ) (55 Days)...... 2.98
Golden Summer Crookneck (55 Days)........ .98
Prolific Straight Neck (55 Days)................... .98
Dark Green Zucchini (45 Days)................... .98
1.49
—
1.49
1.49
1.49
SQUASH, WINTER VARIETIES
__ Butternut Waltham (88 Days)....................... .98 1.49
__ Table Queen or Acorn (Bush) (80 Days)...... .98 1.49
__ Vegetable Spaghetti Squash (100 Days).... .98 1.49
Sunflower Seed
per
1 oz.
WATERMELON
per
2 oz.
per
⁄4 lb.
1
__ Greystripe Mammoth ..................... 1.98 2.98 4.98
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per
⁄8 oz.
per
⁄4 oz.
1
Charleston Gray (85 Days)......................... .98
Crimson Sweet (80 Days)............................ .98
Florida Giant or Black Diamond (90 Days).. .98
Sugar Baby (75 Days)................................. .98
Bush Jubilee (95 Days)............................... 1.39
1
1.49
1.49
1.49
1.49
1.98
BULK SEED IN JARS
BEETS
Dip
(Approx. 1/3 oz)
BROCCOLI
Dip
(Approx. 1/16 oz)
BRUSSEL SPROUTS
Dip
(Approx. 1/16 oz)
CABBAGE
Dip
(Approx. 1/16 oz)
__ Detroit Dark Red (60 days)............................... .95
__ Cylindra (60 days)............................................. .95
__ Calabrese (80 days) . ....................................... .75
__ Long Island Imp. (100 days) ............................ .75
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Early Dutch ...................................................... .75
Late Flat Dutch (105 days)................................ .75
Early Jersey Wakefield (62 days)...................... .75
Golden Acre Resistant (63 days)...................... .75
Red Acre (76 days)........................................... .75
Wisconsin All Seasons...................................... .75
CARROTS
(Approx. 1/3 oz)
__ Danvers Half Long (75 days).......... .95
__ Little Fingers (65 days)................... .95
__ Nantes (coreless) (65 days)............ .95
__ Tender Sweet (70 days).................. .95
__ Chantenay (Short) (75 days)........... .95
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CAULIFLOWER
Dip, 1/16 oz
__ Reg. Snowball (Y) Improved
(60 days) . .......................... .75
CHINESE CABBAGE
Dip, 1/16 oz
Michili (73 days)...................... .75
COLLARDS
Dip, 1/2 oz
__ Georgia (75 days).............. .95
CAULIFLOWER
MIXED GREENS
ONION SETS, SWEET....... Market Prices
__ Red
__ Yellow Stutgarter, Sweet, from Holland
__ White __ Multiplying For Green Onions (Mild)
(Plant one and get up to 3 or 4)
ONION PLANTS, SWEET. ........ Market Prices
__ Candy (Very Sweet)
__ Walla Walla (Very Mild)
__ Red Candy (Hamburger Type) __ Vidalia
__ Texas 1015
__ Collards, curled mustard, mustard spinach, ........ .95
seven top turnip, swiss chard, old fashion mustard
Onion Set Types
GARLIC SETS
YELLOW, RED & WHITE
ONION SETS
Tops For Early Green Onions A mild
__ Garlic Sets............................................................ 5.98 lb.
INDIA MUSTARD
Dip, 1/2 oz.
Regular Type (Hot)
mannered choice for home cooking. Crisp
and delicious. $1.49 lb.
__ Southern Giant Curled (50 days).......................95
__ Florida Broad Leaf (45 days).............................95
__ Old Fashion........................................................95
__ Tendergreen (35 days).......................................95
PARSNIP
Dip, 1/3 oz.
KALE
Dip, 1/2 oz.
RUTABAGA
Dip, 1/2 oz.
KOHLRABI
Dip, 1/2 oz.
SPINACH
Dip, 1/2 oz.
__ Hollow Crown.................................................... .95
__ Blue Curled (60 days)........................................95
__ American Purple Top (90 days)......................... .95
__ Early White Vienna (55 days)............................95
LETTUCE, LEAF
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__
Dip, Approx. 1/3 oz.
Romaine (70 days).............................................95
Black Seeded Simpson (40 days)......................95
Grand Rapid (43 days).......................................95
Green Ice (40 days)...........................................95
Mesclun Salad Mix.............................................95
Oak Leaf (40 days)............................................95
Salad Bowl (48 days).........................................95
Ruby Red (47 days)...........................................95
LETTUCE, HEAD
__ Bloomsdale, Long Standing (42 days)............. .95
__ New Zealand..................................................... .95
SWISS CHARD
__ Lucculus (60 days) Giant.................................. .95
__ Swiss Chard Red (60 days).............................. .95
TOMATOES
Dip, Approx. 1/3 oz.
Dip
(Approx. 200 seeds)
__ Beefsteak (73 days) ......................................... .75
__ Jubilee (Orange Yellow) ................................... .75
__ Rutgers (73 days) ............................................ .75
__ Butter Crunch (loose heading) (65 days) . ........95
Sm. Dip
LEEK
Dip. 1/3oz. Bulky
(Approx. 100 - 150 seeds).
SEED POTATO VARIETIES
__ American Flag ................................................. 95
OKRA
Dip, Approx 1/2 oz.
__ Clemson Spineless (56 days) .......................95
__ Dwarf Long Pod Green (50 days)..................95
PEPPERS
Sold by the 50 lb. bag or by the lb.....................................Market Prices
Dip, Approx. 1/16 oz.
__ California Wonder (75 days)..........................75
__ Hungarian Wax .............................................75
__ Sweet Banana ..............................................75
SWEET BANANA
PEPPERS
RADISHES
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RADISHES
22
Dip, 1/2 oz.
Champion Red (mild) (27 days).....................95
Cherry Belle Red Early (22 days)..................95
China Rose ...................................................95
Chinese Mammoth White Winter (60 days).. .95
Crimson Giant (30 days)................................95
Easter Egg Mix Radish (22 to 30 days) . ......95
French Breakfast (Rose-White)Tip (23 days)..95
Sparkler (28 days) (Red & White Top) . ........95
White Icicle (27 days)....................................95
Dip, 1/2 oz.
__ Purple Top White Globe (55 days)............... .95
__ Seven Top for Greens Only (50 days)......... .95
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ConTEST
LIST
OF 2014
CONTEST
WINNERS
ForGARDEN
largest vegetables
grown in 2010
season a prize of
GARDEN CONTEST
For largest vegetables grown in 2015 season, a prize
of a $15.00 gift certificate for each of the following:
a $15.00
certificate
for each of the following:
Largestgift
Beet
– 3.82 lb.
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Largest Beet
Largest Broccoli
Largest Cabbage
Largest Cantaloupe
Largest Carrot
Largest Cauliflower
Largest Cucumber
Largest Onion
Largest Pepper
Largest Potato
Largest Pumpkin
Largest Radish
Largest Squash
Largest Sweet Potato
Largest Tomato
Largest Turnip
Largest Watermelon
RULES: Size determined by weight only. (Only regular varieties may be used.)
Your name will be in our catalog next season.
Frank
Doub,
8654 N. CR 900 E., North
Salem,
IN 46165
Largest
Beet
Largest
Broccoli
Largest
Broccoli – 1.0 lb. Largest Cantaloupe
Largest Cabbage
Dan Heavin, 361 N. CR 850E, Coatsville, IN 46121
Largest Carrot
Largest Cauliflower
Largest Cabbage – 24.56 lb.
Largest
Cucumber
Largest Onion
Mike
Mosburg,
998 N Rd 700 W., Bargersville,
IN 46106
Largest Pepper
Largest
Carrot – 1.36 lb. Largest Potato
Burl
Tharp,Pumpkin
Box 93, Kirklin, IN 46050
Largest
Largest Radish
Largest
Cucumber – 4.66 Largest
lb.
Largest Squash
Sweet Potato
Gary L. Gregory, 10815 Bakeway Dr., Indianapolis, IN 46231
Largest Tomato
Largest Onion – 2.24 lb.
Largest Turnip
Watermelon
Kathy English, 2417Largest
W. CR 500S,
Clayton, IN 46118
SizePepper
determined
by weight
●RULES:
Largest
– 1.22
lb. only. (Only regular varieties
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Keith
Henderson
Rd.,catalog
Mooresville,
46158
● Largest Potato – 2.46 lb.
Chet & Mary Cooper, 5800 Quincy Rd., Quincy, IN 47456
● Largest Pumpkin – 140 lb.
Russ Herbert, 4825 St. Rd. 42, Cloverdale, IN 46120
● Largest Radish – 5.26 lb.
Kara Mitchell, 7732 S. CR 525 E., Mooresville, IN 46158
● Largest Squash – 23.48 lb.
Roy Arnold, 3740 S. CR 800W, Coatsville, IN 46121
Frank Doub,8654N.CR900E,NorthSalem,IN
● Largest Sweet Potato – 5.28 lb.
Charlotte Lloyd, 4759 S. CR 675 W., Coatsville, IN 46121
Tomato
– 3.44 lb.
● Largest
Norman Richie,
5184W.200N,Rensselaer,IN
Keith Drake, 5494 N. Henderson Ford Rd., Mooresville, IN 46158
● Largest Turnip – 6.62 lb.
Michael
Smith, Box 278, Cloverdale, IN 46120
Brady Buchanan,2778S.CR550W,Coatsville,IN
● Largest Watermelon – 47.46 lb.
Matt Bastin, 2905 S. CR 650 E., Greencastle, IN 46135
Kerry Kiefer,6820CopperCT.,Plainfield,IN
Garden & Produce Patch Winter Cover Crop
Benefits
Crimson Cover-All Mix
Planting
• Nitrogen production
Plant six weeks before killing frost
• Soil aeration & drainage
(generally from August 1st to mid-September).
• Increased earthworms
For best results, spread seed by broadcast
• Reduces compaction
spreader over exposed soil prior to rain
or irrigating sprinkler. Seed should
• Increased rooting
in next year’s crop
not be deeper than 1/2". This mix will
• Increases nutrient
over-winter. Be prepared to till into
availability
soil displays
or spray clover
beforeof
8" tall.
Mike
Smith of Cloverdale, Indiana
some
this
• Reduces weeds
1
1 pound
covers10
2,100
sq ft.
year’s
turnip
crop.
The
largest
one
weighed
/
lbs.
2
• Increases water
Only $3.98 lb.
& airlittle
in soil seed packets yielded
“Two
nearly 400 lbs of turnips”,
• Reduces erosion
Packaged
he
said.
Henutrients
didn’t fertilize or do anythingin
special, just
• Holds
plants
convenient
1 lb. bags.
at soil surface
sowed
them
very
thinly
in
good
rich
soil.
• Improves soil microbiology
LIST OF 2009 LIST OF 2014
GARDEN CONTEST WINNERS
GARDEN
CONTEST WINNERS
Turnip Soup Anyone?
Jim Owens,4242W,IvanwaldDr.,Reelsville,IN
John Young,5020E.LanderRd.,Mooresville,IN
Don Lillard,969W.60050,Clayton,IN
Henry O. Thomas, 1509N.Hwy231,Greencastle,IN
Norman Richie, 5184W.200N,Rensselaer,IN
Kevin Arnold,
Mel Kelly, 855S.400W,Crawfordsville,IN
Karen Tice,8210S.CR350W,Stilesville,IN
Charlotte LLoyd, 4759S.CR675W,Coatsville,IN
Keith Drake, 5494HendersonRd.,Mooresville,IN
Michael Smith, Box278,Cloverdale,IN
Potatoes
Tomatoes
Broccoli
Cauliflower
Peppers
Strawberries
Flowers / Planters
REALLY
WORKS!
Also effective after germination on:
Beans
Corn
Peas
15,000 Sq.
www.coxsplantfarm.com
This is how they grow onions in Texas!
It’s For The Birds
BIRD FEEDERS
Works well on:
Cabbage
Onions
Kevin Arnold,1606N.JSt.,Elwood,IN
Ft. Coverage Bag — $20.98
(Thistle and Regular Type)
HUMMINGBIRD
FEEDERS and NECTAR
BIRD HOUSES
All Kinds and Sizes
THISTLE SEED, MIXED BIRD
SEED and SUNFLOWER SEED
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Large Selection
of
Bulk & Bag
Precision
Garden Seeder
Stone,
Boulders & Bark
Landscaping Needs
6 STANDARD SEED PLATES
CARROTS—Plate No. 1002-10.
Will also plant lettuce, turnips, cabbage, endive, onions and tomatoes. Uniform spacing.
BEANS—Plate No.1002-14.
Will also plant small peas 31⁄2" spacing.
CORN—Plate No. 1002-2.
CACTUS
PLANTS
New, assorted
sizes of cacti
with care tag.
Cacti are among
the easiest
plants to grow.
Large SeLection of
pRECiSion
ExoticSEEdER
Cactus
gaRdEn
LARGE SELECTION
Stone,
Boulders & Bark
COUNTER-ROTATING
TINE TILLERS
Landscaping Needs
6 STANDARD SEED PLATES
CARROTS—Plate No. 1002-10.
Will also plant lettuce, turnips, cabbage,
endive, onions and tomatoes. Uniform spacing.
BEANS—PlateNo.1002-14.
Will also plant small peas 31⁄2"spacing.
CORN—Plate No. 1002-2.
PEAS—PlateNo. 1002-18.
Will also plant jumbo and early
June peas. 31⁄2" spacing.
RADISHES—Plate No. 1002-5.
Will also plant leek,
asparagus
and spinach.
Model
BEETS—Plate No.1022-22.
No.
Will also plant okra and
1001B
swiss chard.
CaCTUS
TROY BUILT
REAR TINE TILLERS
planTS
New, assorted
•Just One Hand Operation
sizes of cacti
•Cast-iron transmission
withtag.
bronze drive gear
with care
Cactitines
are among
•Counter rotating Bolo
the easiest
Seeder
1001B
•1 forward speed with
power
reverse model
plants
to grow.
shown here with
Seed Plate
•16" tilling width and adjustable tillingoptional
depth
up
to 6" $
Storage case and
Fert-A-Ply
fertilizer applicator optional.
LARGE SELECTION
Exotic Cactus
•Full wraparound steel bumper included
•13" Ag tires
•160cc Honda engine
$
•2-Years/Lifetime Warranty
PEAS—Plate No. 1002-18.
Will also plant jumbo and early
June peas. 31⁄2" spacing.
Model
No.
1001B
RADISHES—Plate No. 1002-5.
Will also plant leek, asparagus and spinach.
BEETS—Plate No.1022-22.
Will also plant okra
and swiss chard.
Note: This seeder will also plant
a variety of flower seeds.
Seeder
model 1001B
shown here with
optional Seed Plate
Storage case and Fert-A-Ply
fertilizer applicator optional.
REG.
ONLY
$15495
$12995
Multiplying Onions
(for Green Onions Only!)
MILD - One Bulb Can Make
3 or 4 Green Onions!
Note: This seeder will also plant
a variety of flower seeds.
REg.
00
95
only
999
$12995
$154
994
00
98¢
per lb.
2-Years/Lifetime warranty
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$2,094.00
Available
$1,998.00 Other
Other Models
Models Available
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Fruit Tree Center
NURSERY STOCK
Our shipments will arrive in March and April, in time for
spring planting. We are listing only part of the varieties we
will have. We can’t quote any prices until we receive it, but
our prices will be very reason­able.
APPLE – DWARF
JOHNATHON
GRANNY SMITH
FUJI
All of our Dwarf Apple trees have 3
year roots, 2 year trunks and one
year tops. Occasionally the growth of
the 1 year top will vary, especially in
the compact Starkspur varieties. In all
cases Dwarf Apple trees will have a
7
⁄16" or larger caliper.
2-N-1 Classic Pie
Braeburn
Candy Crisp - (Dwarf)
COMBO
Cortland - (Dwarf)
Empire
FIRESIDE - (Dwarf)
FUJI Red- (Semi-Dwarf)
GALA - (Semi-Dwarf)
Golden Sentinel - (Columnar)
GOLDEN SUPREME - (Dwarf)
GRANNY SMITH - (Semi-Dwarf)
HARLSON - (Dwarf)
HONEY CRISP - (Semi-Dwarf)
JONAGOLD - (Dwarf)
JONATHON ULTRA RED - (Dwarf)
Jonathan -(Semi Dwarf)
LIBERTY
LODI - (Dwarf)
MCINTOSH - (Dwarf)
MUTSU - (Semi-Dwarf)
Pink Lady- (Semi Dwarf)
PRISTINE
RED DELICIOUS - (Dwarf)
RED ROME BEAUTY - (Semi-Dwarf)
SCARLET SENTINEL
SHIZUKA JAPANESE
STATE FAIR - (Semi-Dwarf)
ULTRA MAC - (Semi-Dwarf)
WINESAP - (Dwarf)
YELLOW DELICIOUS - (Semi-Dwarf)
Yellow Transpare- (Semi-Dwarf)
ZESTAR
CHERRY-SOUR
NORTH STAR - (Dwarf)
Montmorency - (Dwarf)
Royal Ann - (Dwarf)
Stella - (Dwarf)
CHERRY-SWEET
BING - (Dwarf)
VAN - (Dwarf)
KIWI
MALE
FEMALE
PEACH
BONFIRE PATIO
ELBERTA - (Semi-Dwarf)
GARNET BEAUTY
RED HAVEN - (Semi-Dwarf)
RED HAVEN EARLY
RED RELIANCE - (Semi-Dwarf)
SATURN - (Dwarf)
www.coxsplantfarm.com Shop early for the best selection of varieties, as some
will go faster than others.
Our trees will be potted in 6 to 7 gal. pots, older and larger
than catalog trees.
PEAR
Anjou
Asian Combo
BARLETT - (Semi-Dwarf)
HONEY SWEET
Kieffer - (Semi-Dwarf)
MOONGLOW - (Semi-Dwarf)
REDSPIRE
RED SENSATION - (Semi-Dwarf)
2-N-1
PLUM
BLUEBYRD
Burbank- (Semi-Dwarf)
COMBO
SANTA ROSA - (Semi-Dwarf)
STANLEY - (Semi-Dwarf)
Toka-(Semi-Dwarf)
2-N-1
ALMOND
HALL'S
PECAN
COMMON
Paw Paw
Persimmons
PEACHES
DELICIOUS PEAR
CHERRIES
FOR earlier,
better yieldS.
ALL SEASON SALE!
LOW, LOW SALE PRICES ON OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
NURSERY TREES
Check Our Sale Prices With Regular Prices
(NOTE - TREES GUARANTEED AT REG. PRICE ONLY)
OUR GUARANTEE POLICY
For better results
use LIL’ PERK,
it will loosen
the soil
so plants can
root-in better!
Evergreens, Shrubs and Trees are guaranteed at 100%
of regular purchase price for the first year only. All planting
charges are extra. In case of failure — we must be notified
within 1 year from date of sale. No replacements or adjust­
ments will be made without the return of the customer’s copy of
the sales slip. Replacement will be made only once under the
guarantee policy. Guarantee does not apply to sale prices.
COX’S PLANT FARM
Lawn & Garden Center
6360 S. Road “0", Clayton, Indiana 46118
Phone: 317-539-4632
A GROWER’S TIP
For the effort you will put in, you will want your trees to grow, therefore
water with approximately one (1) bucket per week for the first year,
unless there is plenty of rain.
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STRAWBERRIES
(25 per bundle)
__All Star
__Cabot
VINES
Red Canadice
White Himrod
Concord
__Early Sunglow
GRAPES
__Flavorfest
__Bittersweet American
__Catawba-red seeded
__Boston ivy
__Cayuga-white
__Jewel
__Dropmore Scarlet
__Concord-purple
__Gold Flame
__Edelweiss-white
__Honeysuckle
__Fredonia-black seedless
__Porcelain variegated
__Frontenac-blue-black
__Silver bells, chocolate
__Himrod-white-seedless
__Silver lace
__Niagara-white
__Virginia creeper
__Reliance red-seedless
__Amethyst Falls-Wisteria
__Honeoye
25 for
$8.98
50 for $14.98
100 for $25.98
Other Seed Catalog Prices
25 for $16.50, 50 for $28.00,
100 for $36.00
STRAWBERRIES,
EVERBEARING
__Tribute (everbearing)
25 for $9.98
50 for $15.98
100 for $27.98
BERRIES
Blackberries:
__Apachie-thornless
__Chester
__Ebony King-thornless
__Hull-thornless
__Navaho
Blueberries:
__Blue Crop
__Darrow
__Duke
__Northland
__Patriot
__Pink Lemonade
__Spartan
Raspberries:
__Heritage-fall
__Jewel Black
Gooseberries:
__Pixwell
Varieties of Nursery Stock
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Almond, Pink Flowering
Arborvitae - several varieties
Austrian Pine
Azaleas - several varieties
Barberry - several varieties
Beech
Birch - several varieties
Boston Ivy
Boxwood - several varieties
Burning Bush
Cotoneaster - several varieties
Contorted Filbert
Crabapple - several varieties
Dawn Redwood
Dogwood Shurbs
Dogwood Trees
Dwarf Sweetspire
Euonymous- several varieties
False Cypress
Flowering Pear - several varieties
Forsythia - several varieties
Ginkgo
Golden Vicary Privet
Hawthorn - several varieties
Heath - several varieties
Hemlock, Canadian
Holly - several varieties
Honey Locust
Honeysuckle - several varieties
Hydrangea - several varieties
Japanese Maple - several varieties
Juniper - several varieties
Lilac - several varieties
Magnolia - several varieties
Maple - several varieties
Newport Plum
Oak
Pine, Austrian
Pine, Dwarf White
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Pine, White
Potentilla
Sandcherry, Purpleleaf
Pussy Willow
Redbud - several varieties
Rhododendron - several varieties
PLANT FOR DEER FORAGE
PAsJA can be used over
a much longer period of
time than the traditional
turnip or rape cultivars.
Pasja has exceptional
regrowth ability and
should provide good amounts of summer
feed. Pasja is very productive and with
good grazing and fertility management
produces outstanding yields. Pasja
produces exceptionally leafy
forage with excellent
nutritional value.
$5.75/lb - 5 lb Bag • $4.98/lb - 25 lb Bag
Plant 3 to 5 lbs. per acre.
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Rose of Sharon - several varieties
Serviceberries - several varieties
Shrub Roses - several varieties
Smokebush
Spirea - several varieties__
Spruce, Baby Blue Eyes Dwf.
Spruce, Bakeri Dwf.
Spruce, Black Hills
Spruce, Colorado Blue
Spruce, Dwarf Alberta
Spruce, Globe Blue Dwarf
Spruce, Norway
Spruce, Pumila
Sweet Gum
Tulip Tree
Viburnum - several varieties
Weeping Willow
Weigela - several varieties
Willow, Dwarf Blue Arctic
Wintercreeper
Yew - several varieties
Yucca
We carry a large variety
of nursery stock
(Too many to mention here.)
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Bulk Grass Seed
• SPECIAL EXTRA HARDY TURF GRASS MIXTURE
Good for sunny and up to 60% shade areas, extra tough drought resistance.
Has the best disease resistance of latest varieties available. Grass will be dark
green and all fine leaf with vigorous rhizone grass to keep it thick for years. Will
germinate fast with proper moisture. A very good blend for every type of lawn,
sports fields, parks, playgrounds and other areas that require a durable turf.
Seeding Rate – 4 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft.
1 to 10 lbs.
10 to 50 lbs.
50 lb. Bag
$2.98 lb.
$2.89 lb.
$2.79 lb.
• SHADY LAWN MIX
Works well on lawns shaded over 50% to 65% of the time. Seeding Rate –
5 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft.
1 to 10 lbs.
10 to 50 lbs.
50 lb. Bag
$3.09 lb.
$2.99 lb.
$2.89 lb.
• MUSTANG, TURF-TYPE TALL FESCUE
Looks like Bluegrass with very good drought tolerance and disease resistance. Seeding Rate – 5 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft.
1 to 10 lbs.
10 to 50 lbs.
$2.59
• cox’s economy MIX
$2.49
50 lb. Bag
$2.39 lb.
For Sun or up to 60% shade. All fine blade grasses, good for a low cost per
manent lawn. Seeding Rate – 5 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft (4# okay but 5# better)
1 to 10 lbs.
10 to 50 lbs.
50 lb. Bag
$2.69 lb.
$2.59 lb.
$2.49 lb.
• SUNNY LAWN MIX
Seeding Rate – 4 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft.
1 to 10 lbs.
10 to 50 lbs.
$3.19 lb.
$3.09 lb.
50 lb. Bag
$2.98 lb.
• MANHATTAN-5 PERENNIAL RYE
GRAY LEAF SPOT RESISTANT - Darker green color, lower and slower growth
habit, fine leaf, excellent disease resistance.
Seeding Rate – 5 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft.
1 to 10 lbs.
10 to 50 lbs.
50 lb. Bag
$2.98 lb.
$2.89 lb.
$2.79 lb.
• ANNUAL RYE
Seeding Rate – 7 to 9 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft. Good Starter Grass
(Not a permanent grass)
1 to 10 lbs.
$1.19 lb.
10 to 50 lbs.
$1.09 lb.
$3.79 lb.
• CREEPING RED FESCUE
$3.69 lb.
50 lb. Bag
$.99 lb.
$2.59 lb.
$2.49 lb.
$1.69 lb.
$1.59 lb.
• ORCHARD GRASS
50 lb. Bag
$1.49 lb.
For pasture or blend with clover and fescue or Timothy. Seeding Rate –
15 lbs. per acre
1 to 10 lbs.
10 to 50 lbs.
50 lb. Bag
$3.49 lb.
$3.39 lb.
• PASTURE BALER MIX
$3.29 lb.
Alfalfa, Timothy, Red Clover, Alsike Clover. Seeding Rate – 15 lbs. per acre.
1 to 10 lbs.
10 to 50 lbs.
50 lb. Bag
• RED CLOVER
$5.59 lb.
$5.49 lb.
$5.39 lb.
Mix with orchard grass or fescue for pasture. Seeding Rate – 15 lbs. per acre.
1 to 10 lbs.
10 to 50 lbs.
50 lb. Bag
$3.59 lb.
$3.49 lb.
• RYE (For Winter Cover)
$3.39 lb.
Plow down in the Spring. Seeding Rate – 3 Bushel per acre.
1 to 10 lbs.
Bushel Bag
$.75 lb.
$28.98 lb.
• SABRE (For Dense Shady Areas, Over 65% to 90%)
Seeding Rate – 2 to 3 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft.
1 to 10 lbs.
10 to 50 lbs.
$4.89 lb.
50 lb. Bag
$4.79 lb.
$4.69 lb.
• CROWNVETCH (For Hillsides)
$35.49 lb.
Seeding Rate _ 1 lb. per 1000 sq. ft.
• TIMOTHY (For Pasture)
Seeding Rate – 15 lbs. per acre
1 to 10 lbs.
10 to 50 lbs.
$2.89 lb.
• BUCKWHEAT
$2.79 lb.
1 to 10 lbs.
50 lb. Bag
$2.69 lb.
50 lb. Bag
$1.79 lb.
$1.59 lb.
• WINTER HARDY
Pre-Inoculated ALFALFA $5.39 lb.
• WHITE DUTCH CLOVER
Grows very short for lawns
$5.98 lb.
• SWEET YELLOW CLOVER
50 lb. Bag
$3.59 lb.
For shady, dry areas and poor soil. Permanent, mixes well with Blue Grass. Seeding Rate – 5 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft.
1 to 10 lbs.
10 to 50 lbs.
50 lb. Bag
grounds. Seeding Rate – 7 to 10 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft.
1 to 10 lbs.
10 to 50 lbs.
• KENTUCKY BLUE GRASS, PREMIUM GRADE
Seeding Rate – 3 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft.
1 to 10 lbs.
10 to 50 lbs.
• KENTUCKY 31 FESCUE
Not desirable for well-groomed lawns but excellent for waterways or low, wet
1 to 10 lbs.
$3.29 lb.
10 to 50 lbs.
$3.19 lb.
• white sWEET CLOVER
1 to 10 lbs.
50 lb. Bag
CROWNVETCH
$3.09 lb.
10 to 50 lbs.
$5.39 lb. $5.29 lb.
$2.39 lb.
NOTE: All Prices are subject to change.
FALL GARDEN PLANTS
Take full advantage of your garden space – plant in July and raise another crop this fall!
These plants also do well in the Fall:
Radishes, Turnips, Turnip Greens, Beets, Kale, Spinach, Mustard Greens and Onion sets (if available)
Premium Crop Broccoli
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Snowcrown Cauliflower
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Simplicity and Snapper Power Equipment
An American Classic Reborn.
Other Models
Available
RE110 - 28" Deck
11.5 Gross HP
Disc Drive
Transmission
Briggs & Stratton
PowerBuilt™ Engine
3-Year Limited
Warranty
SALE
144900
$
HI VAC® Mower Deck
snapper SPX Series
™
Take it from Brett Favre:
Some things just make sense...
like throwing the ball to the
guy who's open. When you
want a great lawn tractor, you
go with a Snapper.
FINANCING
available
FINANCING AVAILABLE
3
LAWN TRACTORS starting At
Model
SPX 25/48 Shown
48" Fabricated Deck
25 Gross HP
year
warranty
2699
00
SALE 1799
RETAIL 1999
$
Other
Models
Available
42" Deck
22 Gross HP
Briggs & Stratton
Professional Series™
V-Twin Engine
• Hydro-Gear
T2-HP™
Hydrostatic
$
Model
SPX2042
$
00
Hydro-Gear EZT®
Hydrostatic Transmission
• Fabricated DeckLimited Lifetime
Warranty
The Mantis Tiller/Cultivator SALE
3-Year Limited Warranty
259900 Other Models Available
$
MODEL SPX 25/48
REGENT™ LAWN TRACTOR
Famous 2 Cycle 20 pound tiller
•V-Twin Briggs
& Stratton®
• The Mantis
The
Secret
Tiller/cultivator has
a warranty*
against defects
in workmanship or
materials. The tines
are guaranteed
against breakage
forever!
is in the
patented
“serpentine"
tine teeth
that spin at
up to 240 rpm
– digging 10"
deep – twice as
fast as big tillers!
Retail
• Reverse the tines
and Mantis will
weed and cultivate
2" to 3" of soil without
disturbing your plants’
delicate root system.
Weeds an average garden
in only 20 minutes!
00
SNAPPER 200Z mower
• Briggs & Stratton
Professional
Series™ V-Twin
Engine
SALE
1799
$
$339.00
•Tight 14-inch
Turning Radius
• Electric PTO
Engagement
•Foot Operated
Automatic
Transmission
•Easy-to-Use
Color Coded
Controls
SALE
239900
$
•Cruise Control
SALE $
449900
• The gutsy 2-cycle
commercial engine gives you
plenty of power to spare for
all your garden chores!
• With its easy-to-use, affordable
attachments, the Mantis can
do just about all your lawn
and gardening chores.
• More than 500,000 sold
worldwide
• Foot-Assisted Height-of-Cut
* 5 year Consumer Warranty
2 year Commercial Waranty
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Cat. # 7225T
• High-Back Seat for
Opertor Comfort
• Commercial-Grade Spindles
for Added Durability
•Mower Deck Rear Roller Bar
www.coxsplantfarm.com
2015 — Happy Gardening — 2015
ROOT CROPS: POTATOES, BEETS, CARROTS, RADISHES, TURNIP, SWEET POTATOES, ONIONS, RUTABAGA,
PARSNIPS, AND PEANUTS ETC.
ABOVE GROUND CROPS: GREEN BEANS, CORN, PEAS, LIMA BEANS, LETTUCE, KALE, SPINACH, PUMPKINS,
SQUASH, CUCUMBERS, CANTALOUPE, WATERMELON, OKRA, KOHL RABI, MUSTARD, PARSLEY, HERBS,
GOURDS, ETC.
— Fishing Calendar for 2015 —
MARCH: Best fishing: 1st to 5th
& 20th to 31st Fair fishing; 6th to 19th
APRIL: Best fishing; 1st to 3rd
& 18th to 31st Fair fishing; 5th to 17th
MAY: Best fishing; 1st to 14th
& 28th to 31st Fair fishing; 4th to 17th
JUNE: Best fishing; 1st & 2nd
& 16th to 30th Fair fishing; 3rd to 15th
AUGUST: Best fishing; 1st to 13th
& 30th & 31st Fair fishing; 14th to 29th
SEPTEMBER: Best fishing; 1st to 12th
& 28th to 30th Fair fishing; 13th to 27th
OCTOBER: Best fishing; 1st to 11th
& 28th to 31st Fair fishing; 12th to 27th
NOVEMBER: Best fishing; 1st to 10th
& 26th to 30 th Fair fishing; 11th to 25th
JULY: Best fishing; 1st & 15th
DECEMBER: Best fishing; 1st to 10th
st
nd
th
to 31 Fair fishing; 2 to 14
& 26st to 31st Fair fishing; 11th to 25th
NOTE: Most of us go fishing when we get a day off, not because it is the best time!
Any day spent fishing is a great day!
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PROBLEM: Need a green thumb?
We want our customer to get the best results possible from their
flowers, perennials, vegetables, foliage plants and tree & shrubs.
Answer:
For a very small
expense, you can get super
results from your plants
by giving them Superthrive along
with a good fertilizer program.
For Plants: Simply mix 1/4 teaspoon
per 1 gallon water,
(For Trees: Use 1/2 teaspoon per gallon water) to start out with.
After getting plants started use 1 drop per cup when watering
through the season. For better lawns, add SUPERthrive when
feeding and watering.
Be nice to them and they will give you larger flowers, larger
vegetables, more and vigorous growth than you have ever had
before. Look in our greenhouses and see the healthy results we get
by using SUPERthrive on everything.
Thank you to our plant loving customers
COX’S Plant Farm
Size
Price
1 oz.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6.49
2 oz.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $8.49
4 oz.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $13.98
Size
Price
1 pt.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $45.98
1 qrt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $79.98
1 Gal... . . . . . . . . . . $229.98
read these amazing testimonials
. just like us.
from growers
“Grows faster and healthier - for flowering - excellent"
by Florist Products, Des Plaines, IL
“Resulted in miracles. Many problems corrected by use, with fertilizer program"
by Ken Dyo, convention chairman, 6,000 member
California Professional Gardeners Assn.
“The only stuff that brings ‘dead’ plants back to life."
by Bamico Gardens, Pasadena, CA
“Any grower would benefit from plant growth and vitality results"
by Dan B. Gardiner, past President,
National Landscape Nurserymen’s Assn., Louisville, KY
“SUPERthrive starts all fruit, flowering and ornamental plants vegetating uniformly
soon after planting. New white roots, and growth above ground, earlier and
heavier bearing. Helps bulbs to vegetate best - greatly improves roots, blooming."
by Brentwood Berry Gardens
“SUPERthrive raised survivals on difficult transplantings from 3% to 100%"
by California (state) Polytechnic College
“Excellent- gives life to plants and trees that appear to be dead."
by George C. Roeding Jr., Past President,
California Assn. Of Nurserymen, California Nursery Co., Niles, CA
‘15 million plants annually all transplanted successfully,
sometimes a third lost without SUPERthrive.’
by American Fruit Growers
“I wouldn’t plant anything without SUPERthrive."
by W. Atlee Burpee III, Burpee Seed Co.
“I could not have put in Disneyland that summer without it.
There is no equivalent to SUPERthrive."
by Jack Evans
California State Landscape Architects Commissioner
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11 x-mas trees
12 reforestation
13 hydroponics
14 field crops
15 bonsai
16 tissue culture
17 hydroseeding
18 landscaping
19 propagation
20 anti-erosion
21 environmental
improvemenT
22 flowering plant
competitions
23 interiorscaping
24 cut flowers
25 weather damage
26 water gardens
1800 Salvaged Old Trees:
“NONE SICK OR DEAD"
SUPERthriveTM unique extra life:–
TRANSPLANTING. MAINTENANCE.
SALVAGING.
“IMPOSSIBLES" MADE EASY.
1,800 60 to 75 year-old trees dug from the
grounds of 20th Century Fox Studios, stockpiled in weather for 2 years, replanted along
streets of Century City. Landscape architect
and contractor reported “not one sick or
dead tree at any time."
Only SUPERthriveTM could have done this
–or even approached it.
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✁ CLIP THESE COUPONS AND $AVE!
If your purchase is $10.00 or more you can use one coupon.
With $25.00 or more you can use all three coupons at one time!
Only 1 set of coupons can be used at one time.
FREE
BOX OF FLOWERS or
VEGETABLE PLANT
($1.39 Pack)
WITH THIS COUPON AND
$10.00 OR MORE PURCHASE
MISCELLANEOUS
COUPON GOOD APRIL 1ST THROUGH JULY 31ST
2015
PEAT MOSS AND TOP SOIL
2 cu. ft. Michigan Peat ............................................................................ $2.98
or 5 for 12.00
CANADIAN SPHAGNUM
3.8 cu. ft. bag
GYPSUM
Loosens Clay Soil – 40 lb. bag $9.69
FREE
($1.89 Value)
13 Color or types to choose from.
PURPLE WAVE WILL SPREAD 4FT. ACROSS.
FIELD FERTILIZER – 50 lb. bags – Use on garden and lawn.
12–12–12
6–24–24
46–0–0
3" POT WAVE PETUNIA
16 –16 –16
WITH THIS COUPON AND
$15.00 OR MORE PURCHASE
GARDEN WEEDER – Weeds won’t grow. Use in flowerbeds or gardens.
COUPON GOOD APRIL 1ST THROUGH ENTIRE SEASON
Available in Preen.
2015
PLANT & FLOWER FERTILIZER – It won’t burn. Liquid or granular Multicoat.
INSECTICIDES & FUNGICIDES – We have a very good selection
HAND TOOLS FOR GARDEN – We have hoes, rakes, trowels. Large selection!
Clay Bird Baths
SPRAYERS – Tank or Hand Type & Dusters
POTTING SOIL IN BAGS – Miracle Gro and Garden Magic
FREE
5-YEAR
BLUE SPRUCE
WITH THIS COUPON
AND 25. to $100. PURCHASE
2 TREES WITH $100. OR MORE PURCHASE
TOP SOIL IN BAGS
00
MANURE IN BAGS
00
00
Limit 2 trees.
COUPON GOOD APRIL 1ST WHILE SUPPLY LASTS
BAGS OF BARK
2015
BAGS OF LANDSCAPING STONE – several kinds
CEMENT PRODUCTS – Planters, Statuary and Benches
Bird Baths, several kinds.
TOMATO STAKES and ROUND WIRE CAGES
L
CIA
SPEUPON
CO
BAG LIME – 50 lb. Bags $5.00 each
ALSO - SEVERAL DIFFERENT KINDS OF ROPE HANGERS
FOR HANGING BASKETS & POTS.
BULK A GRADE
HARDWOOD BROWN MULCH
1 Yard
1.00 OFF Regular Price
BASKET OF FLOWERS
$
SPE
CIA
COU
PONL
Baskets Priced $10.00 TO $25.00
Baskets $25.00 or more $2.00 OFF
This coupon returned to you after each purchase.
Use it over and over. $1.00 off on every $10.00 to $25.00
basket of flowers all year.
2015
— NOT GOOD ON SALE PRICES. —
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$
95
● TOP SOIL .................................... $5995 Yard
● BULK RED FIBER MULCH ......... $4995 Yard
● BULK BLACK FIBER MULCH .... $4995 Yard
FREE PRIZES!
Fill in your name, address and phone number
deposit this coupon in box at front of our store!
– WE WILL LOAD WITH TRACTOR —
1st Prize — $50.00 Gift Certificate
2nd Prize — $25.00 Gift Certificate
3rd Prize — Five $15.00 Gift Certificates
2 TRACTOR SCOOPS EQUAL 1 YARD PLUS.
5 Winners
www.coxsplantfarm.com 10 Winners
No purchase necessary — You need not be present to win. Winners will be
notified — Coupon must be deposited in box by May 31st — Drawing June 1st.
Name_ _______________________________
Address_______________________________
City, State, & Zip_________________________
Phone________________________________
PLEASE PRINT
Plants Are Clean Air Machines
Scientists have found that plants have very special
capabilities – they can remove pollutants from the
air in our homes and factories.
Some of the best houseplants for helping provide
clean air are pothos, spider plants, peace lilies, and
dracaenas. We have many varieties of houseplants
to enhance your space at home or at work.
4th Prize — Ten $10.00 Gift Certificates
2015
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COX’S PLANT FARM
6360 SO. CO. RD. “0"
CLAYTON, IN 46118
Celebrating Our 45th Growing Season!
NOW G
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