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Annual Seeds

 fresh seeds of this spectacular  Danish Flag poppy. Beautiful bi-color blooms of red and white poppies. A member of the Papaver Somniferum family, this variety has intensely rich red petals which are feathered at their edges for maximum effect. At its center a pure white cross finishes the look, completing the motif for Denmark's national flag.Growing to a height of between two and three feet, Danish Flag is a stunning variety that will certainly become the talking piece of a garden. Its five inch wide blooms look spectacular in large groups, filling any garden area with intense color. Also known as Breadseed or Florist poppies, Danish Flag will reveal an additional benefit when its delicate petals fall in the form of an architectural and stunning seed pod, perfect for use in flower arranging. Meanwhile, such a pod can also be left on plants, adding interesting winter appeal as morning dews and frosts cling to the sculptural shape.
Annual Seeds



Aristolochia Seeds

seeds of Aristolochia tomentosa or Wooly pipe vine and is a larval plant for the pipe vine swallowtail butterfly .Growing in part to full shade this twining, high climbing vine often grown to cover sun porches, verandas, pillars, posts, trellises, arbors, fences or walls and is capable of a height of 75 feet in trees. The greenish/yellow with purple blossoms covered with fine matted hairs are in bloom from May through June. Hardy in zone 5-9. Needs to be cold stratified for 90 days for good germination.
Aristolochia Seeds



Asclepia Seeds

seeds of this beautiful Giant Milkweed Tree or Calotripis gigantea. Medium sized to large shrub with light lavender flowers and seeds with a parachute of hairs that grows 8 feet tall and is hardy in zone 10-11. This plant is host to a variety of insects. The butterfly Plain Tigerand Common Crow breeds here; their caterpillars feed on the leaves. The shiny blue bee Xylocopa also visits. Although its blooms can be seen all through the year, its flowers mostly during summer season. Visit my flower garden gallery for more pictures.
Asclepia Seeds



Banana Seeds

seeds- of this beautiful and very easy to grow tropical Musa Coccinea or Red Banana. Hardy to zones 7-11 and can be planted outside with lots of mulch and frost protection. Outside it needs to be fertilized with slow release fertilizer and kept in full sun. This fast grower doesn't grow much taller that 5 feet. I have had mine for five years and it hasn't grown more than five feet. It has beautiful pest free foliage and a burgundy midrib running down the leaf. The red flowers are followed by red bananas that are not edible, just beautiful to look at. This is also a very good house plant and one of the few bananas that will blossom inside. This easy to grow plant is very good in containers also.
Banana Seeds



Biennial Seeds

seeds- of this beautiful and very easy to grow tropical Musa Coccinea or Red Banana. Hardy to zones 7-11 and can be planted outside with lots of mulch and frost protection. Outside it needs to be fertilized with slow release fertilizer and kept in full sun. This fast grower doesn't grow much taller that 5 feet. I have had mine for five years and it hasn't grown more than five feet. It has beautiful pest free foliage and a burgundy midrib running down the leaf. The red flowers are followed by red bananas that are not edible, just beautiful to look at. This is also a very good house plant and one of the few bananas that will blossom inside. This easy to grow plant is very good in containers also.
Biennial Seeds



Bird of Paradise Seeds

seeds - this Strelitzia reginea, This plant grows to 15 feet. The 6 - 8' leaves are grey-green and arranged in fans atop the trunks. Plants form clumps of several variably-sized trunks. The inflorescence are composed of a dark blue bract, white sepals and bluish-purple tongue. The entire bird can be as large as 4 inches high by 10 inches long. Flowers are followed by triangular seed capsules. Full sun to part shade.. Water when dry. Does not like saturated conditions. USDA Zones 9 - 11. Leaf damage occurs at temperatures below 28 F but plant will recover. The seeds need to be soaked for 24 hrs and then sown 1 deep and kept at 68 - 77 degrees with light. These can take anywhere from 8 weeks to 4 months to germinate.
Bird of Paradise Seeds



Clematis Seeds

seeds of Clematis florida viennetta. The Clematis Vienetta,  is a knockout clematis that embelishes  stunning white flowers with large pom-pom centers frosted in blackberry purple. It  is a good container plant for the conservatory or sunroom and flowers till early winter. Long flowering season & long individual flower life with inner 'ruff' of sepals opening slowly over 10-14 days. Can be planted outside. Fully winter hardy to -10 degrees C. It is hardy in zones 4-9.
Clematis Seeds



Datura Seeds

seeds of this very unusual and gorgous double Datura metal Ballerina purple striped. This annual grows up to 6 feet tall and 6 feet across and in mid summer through late fall produces these hugh 7 inch lavender and purple striped blossoms. This may be a mutation as I have never had this particular striping on any of my daturas before. All daturas and brugmansias are poisionous if consumed as are most all tropical plants.
Datura Seeds



Dianthus Seeds

seeds of this Dianthus plumarius Velvet n Lace Cottage Pinks or Grass pinks. Grows to a height of 12 inches in jull sun or partial light shade in zones 3-9 (perennial in zones 6-8 on the West Coast.) Highly fragrant, velvety purple to burgundy (some look black) flowers with white ruffled edges. Lance shaped, green to blue-gray leaves.
Dianthus Seeds



Edible Seeds

seeds of this Dianthus plumarius Velvet n Lace Cottage Pinks or Grass pinks. Grows to a height of 12 inches in jull sun or partial light shade in zones 3-9 (perennial in zones 6-8 on the West Coast.) Highly fragrant, velvety purple to burgundy (some look black) flowers with white ruffled edges. Lance shaped, green to blue-gray leaves.
Edible Seeds



Hibiscus Seeds

seeds- of Hibiscus lasiocarpus also know as Hibiscus californicus or Rose Mallow. Very hard to find perennial that is a California native Hibiscus that boasts magnificent huge cream to white flowers 4-6 across with a dark merlo colored center. The height is approximately 4' tall and 4 feet wide. It blooms in August and September and is hardy in zones 4-10. It does best in loamy soil and moist conditions in light shade to full sun.
Hibiscus Seeds



Hollyhock Seeds

seeds of these wonderful Alcea rosea Chater's Double Yellow eye-catching 6 foot tall biennials hardy in zones 3-9. No pre-treatment necessary, just sow seeds just below the soil surface at 70 degrees and water. These double blossoms are in most wonderful shades of yellow. These are biennials that bloom in July-September in full sun and reseed readily for next year.
Hollyhock Seeds



Lily Seeds

seeds of Blackberry Lily Belamcanda chinensis. Blackberry lily grows from 3 to 6 feet, and can either be planted from seeds or from root stock. It grows tallest when grown in a fertile soil. The plants will tend to be short if planted in poor soil, but will still provide plenty of colorful blossoms. This plant has a definite tropical appearance, but is hardy in USDA zones 5 through 10, with some reports that it also can do well in zone 4. It will grow best in well drained soil in either full sun or partial shade.
Lily Seeds



Morning Glory Seeds

seeds- of this beautiful Ipomoea Japanese Aomurasakizyouhatensibori Blush Purple morning glory Aomurasakiz Flaked Purple. I have a very limited supply of these as they produced tons of blossoms and very few seeds. These large velvet purple striped blossoms with its light rose centers makes this a very unusual find. These blossoms covered this plant in the spring and fall.
Morning Glory Seeds



New Zealand Flax Seeds

New Zealand Flax or Phormium cookianum Tricolor. seeds of my beautiful New Zealand Flax or Phormium cookianum Tricolor. This attractive fan-shaped plant has clumps of red-pink-gold-cream sword-like leaves. Useful for mass plantings and textural accents. Evergreen perennial that grows 5 feet tall in full sun and is hardy from 10 to 20 F Needs only an occasional watering after established.
New Zealand Flax Seeds



Other Vine Seeds

seeds of Gloriosa Lily Lutea also know as Climbing Lily or Flame Lily. A very rare find is this golden yellow variety. 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. Be patient these sometimes take 6 months to germinate.
Other Vine Seeds



Palm Seeds

seeds of Hyophorbe verschaffeltii. Spindle shaped trunk (thin at top and bottom) with a prominent bulge in the middle.  Unique crown shaft that bulges at its base. Pinnate leaves that somewhat arch and also twist on their axis a bit.  The latter fact can be used to tell them from the Bottle Palm.  Also, the petiole (leafstalk) is yellow, whereas the Bottle palm petiole will have shades of red. It can reach 14-16 feet. A unique, different and popular palm that should be part of any palm collection, providing you don't get cold.  Its fusiform trunk, silver unique crown shaft, and somewhat short leaves make it a very nice landscape palm.   More cold hardy than the Bottle Palm. Zones 9b-11. Picture Courtesy of Randy Ableman
Palm Seeds



Passion Vine Seeds

seeds for one of the most colorful of all passion vines Mollissima. This is a very large striking pink blossom that appears to have a maroon ring with white specks emerging from the center. Also known as the banana passion vine. Hardy in zones 9 and above, this 15' vine has clusters of 3 inch soft pink flowers that bloom from April thru August, it does slow down when the temperatures get in the high 90's. The fragrance is very delicate.
Passion Vine Seeds



Rose Seeds

seeds Rosa Hugonis or Golden Rose of China. One of the earliest roses to blossom in the spring with masses of these wonderful single 2 inch golden blossoms that bloom on very short stems close to the canes. Growing 6-9 feet tall in zones 6-9.
Rose Seeds



Ruellia Seeds

seeds of this endangered plant Ruellia humilis or Hairy Wild Petunia and sometimes known as fringe-leaf ruellia. The 24 inch perennial produces many of these five-part lavender blossoms in last spring through last fall. This grows wild in my backyard and reseeds sparingly. Hardy in zones 5-10 it will put on quite a show once established.
Ruellia Seeds



Shrub and Tree Seeds

SEEDS-Colville's Glory tree or Colvillea racemosa, Whip tree from Madagascar. It's a rare flowering tropical tree difficult to find and cultivate. It's conservation status is 'Near Threatened'. This is a beautiful, large tree from Madagascar with large pinnate leaves and very distinct cone shaped 12" clusters of hanging bright orange flowers that are bright red in bud. It is a sight to behold when it shows off its fiery blooms. Its grape-like clusters of velvety buds range from chameleon green to blood orange. Growing to 25' in zones 10-11.
Shrub and Tree Seeds



Sunflower Seeds

seeds of this Helianthus annuus Jade. This 4-5' sunflower is an attractive variety with unusual limy green flower. Each bloom has a dark center surrounded by a row of shaggy 4-5 inch pale creamy/yellowish green tips.
Sunflower Seeds




Unusual Seeds

seeds of Tacca chantrieri or BLACK BAT PLANT. This tropical greenhouse perennial plant has black flowers with 12 inch long whiskers and grows 2-4 feet tall, in full or part shade. A little tricky to germinate, directions come with seeds. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 11. These plants grow in the shade and prefer lots of humidity.
Unusual Seeds



Viola Seeds

seeds of this very rare violet williamsiana Brush Strokes. These very unusual hardy perennial or half hardy annual small viola faces produce a array of colors as if individually brushed by an artist. Bushy, dwarf plants give outstanding garden performance in summer or autumn displays. Growing to 6 inches in zones 7-9 and useful for baskets, borders and containers.
Viola Seeds

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