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Black Current Swirl datura plants. I do grow quite a few varieties of these plants and this one was very unusual. These flowers are usually double and sometimes triple but most of the blossoms on this plant were quadruple. The stems on this plant are dark purple and the leaves are backed in purple. This is an annual that reseeds freely in warmer climates. All parts of this plant are poisonous if ingested. I DO NOT USE PESTICIDES AND THESE PLANTS ALWAYS HAVE SMALL NIBBLES IN THEIR LEAVES BUT THIS WILL NOT HURT THE PLANT. seeds for this beautiful Feijoa sellowiana tree also known as Pineapple Quava. The grayish leaves are very fuzzy oval shaped and about 3 inches long. The flowers are an unusual shape and a beautiful pink, and when they are all in blossom the aroma can be enjoyed for anyone tree in the mid summer when in bloom. It grows in full sun to part shade with very little extra care and has very few insect problems. Hardy in zones  Enjoys cooler winters and is hardy to 10 degrees. seeds of this very unusual Gloriosa Rothschildiana Lily also know as Climbing Lily or Flame Lily. You can find these plants in many old estates in the South. A vining type plant that will grow up to 5 feet high if you give it something to climb on. Very unusual in that the tips of the leaves actually turn into little tentacles at the ends and twine onto anything that they can. Each plant produces between 3 and 9 blossoms at a time. At least 6 hours of sunshine a day is required to get the best blooms. Fairly drought tolerant and pretty much carefree and pest free when finally established. Hardy to zone 8 and 9, will die back to the ground with extended cold temperatures but will grow right back in the spring. 3 inch pot Hibiscus double peach variety called Jane Cowl. This shrub produces these beautiful sprays of bold and hugh double peach blossoms that cover the shrub. This plant is in blossom from early summer through last fall in my zone 8B, is hardy to zone 11. Very easy to grow and is very heat tolerant and somewhat drought tolerant.


Medinilla magnifica Malaysian Orchid

6 inch plant of this Scadoxus multi-flora or Blood Lily, sometimes also known as Torch Lily, Paintbrush Lily, Powderpuff Lily and Fireball Lily. these are spectacular plants when grown in a group of three or more. The spectacular flower-head is a round inch umbel consisting of up to 200 brilliant red star-like flowers giving it a very lacy appearance. When in blossom the stem is completely clear of any foliage. After the flower has faded leaves will appear and stay nice until late fall.
Medinilla magnifica Malaysian Orchid

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Seeds from this Medinilla magnifica or Malaysian orchid. This shrub has exotic pink flower panicles reaching up to 20 in length, which hang down from the main plant. Leaves are very large, up to 10 in long, glossy dark green and oval. Will grow 2 to 3 feet in zones 10 and above. This is definitely a pot plant that needs to be in a greenhouse in cool weather.


Cornus florida sbsp. urbiniana Magic Dogwood

Fresh Seeds of this VERY RARE Dogwood called Cornus florida sbsp. urbiniana Mexican Dogwood,Flowering Dogwood, and Eastern Dogwood. Originally from eastern Mexico, this dogwood is a subspecies of our native common flowering dogwood Cornus florida. The large flower bracts are fused at the tips to give it a Chinese Lantern shape. The bracts connect to each other throughout floral development, making a canopy like look over the true flowers in the center. This dogwood holds its foliage much longer than the average native dogwood, prolonging its fall color longer for your enjoyment. This makes them very interesting, but the blue cast to the leaves and superb resistance to anthracnose and powdery mildew along with the ability to grow well in full sun make them good candidates for borders. Zones 5a to 8b
Cornus florida sbsp. urbiniana Magic Dogwood

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Seeds from this tree have blossomed and they do grow true to form. These are Fresh Seeds from a Dogwood called Cornus florida sbsp. urbiniana Mexican Dogwood,Flowering Dogwood,or Eastern Dogwood. Originally from eastern Mexico, this dogwood is a subspecies of our native common flowering dogwood Cornus florida. The large flower bracts are fused at the tips to give it a Chinese Lantern shape. The bracts connect to each other throughout floral development, making a canopy like look over the true flowers in the center. This dogwood holds its foliage much longer than the average native dogwood, prolonging its fall color longer for your enjoyment. This makes them very interesting, but the blue cast to the leaves and superb resistance to anthracnose and powdery mildew along with the ability to grow well in full sun make them good candidates for borders. Zones 5a to 8b.


White Bleeding Heart Vine

Starter plant Clerodendrum thomsoniae. This is one of the most beautiful vines that I grow. These clusters of blossoms arrive in late spring and stay on the plant for up to 6 weeks and then return in early fall and stay until frost and thrives in full or part sun. Grows and needs to be attached to structure to help it vine upwards. This plant also makes a good indoor plant if kept pruned.
White Bleeding Heart Vine

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Starter plant (3 to 6 inches tall) Clerodendrum thomsoniae Bleeding Heart vine. This is one of the most vines that I grow. These clusters of blossoms arrive in late spring and stay on the plant for up to 6 weeks and then return in early fall and stay until frost. Hardy in zone 8 to 11 and thrives in full or part sun. Grows to 10 feet and needs to be attached to structure to help it vine upwards. This plant also makes a good indoor plant if kept pruned.