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Cordyline australis Cabbage Palm

seeds of Cordyline australis Cabbage Palm also sometimes called New Zealand Cabbage Palm.  It is native only to New Zealand and is hardy in zones 8 and above and with considerable protection in zone 7. Growing up to 8 feet tall eventurally, this is very slow to mature to a large size. The tree is not hard to grow. It needs indirect sunlight and a rich soil.  If you are planting, it is beneficial to add peat moss and/or perlite.  It is used as an ornamental landscape plant because its exotic, palm-like looks make it stand out in any setting.seeds of Cordyline australis Cabbage Palm also sometimes called New Zealand Cabbage Palm.  It is native only to New Zealand and is hardy in zones 8 and above and with considerable protection in zone 7. Growing up to 8 feet tall eventurally, this is very slow to mature to a large size. The tree is not hard to grow. It needs indirect sunlight and a rich soil.  If you are planting, it is beneficial to add peat moss and/or perlite.  It is used as an ornamental landscape plant because its exotic, palm-like looks make it stand out in any setting.
Cordyline australis Cabbage Palm

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Dust sized Seeds from Oxydendrum arboreum Sourwood Lily of the Valley tree. This is one of the prettiest and underused trees in our landscapes. Hardy in zones 5 to 9 it grows 25 to 30 feet tall and wide. During the summer, its fragrant flowers appear three to four weeks. This is at a time when few trees are in bloom, making the sourwood stand out even more. After flowering has stopped, the seed capsules turn yellow, they then turn a light brown and remain on the tree for most of the winter. The young stems vary from olive green to burgundy red, and the grayish bark starts smooth but gets deep furrows as it matures. Sourwood should be grown in full sun to produce the best flowers and fall color. It prefers acidic soil that is well drained but moist



Cordyline petiolaris Broad Leaved Palm

seeds of Cordyline sp. Wide leaf A beautiful, mid-sized Cordyline from New Caledonia that forms a slender, unbranched trunk topped by a dense, ascending crown of beautiful, stiff, wide green leaves. It grows solitary and much larger than the two Cordylines currently known from New Caledonia and may represent a new, undescribed species.
Cordyline petiolaris Broad Leaved Palm

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Seeds from Cordyline petiolaris Broad Leaved Palm Lily leaf A beautiful, mid-sized Cordyline from New Caledonia that forms a slender, unbranched trunk topped by a dense, ascending crown of beautiful, stiff, wide green leaves. It grows solitary and much larger than the two Cordylines currently known from New Caledonia.



Cyrtostachys renda Sealing Wax Palm

seeds of this wonderful eye-cathing feather palm Cyrtostachys renda. The bright red trunks stand out in any landscape. Growing up to 30 to 40 feet in zones 11 and above. Needs constant warmth to germinate.
Cyrtostachys renda Sealing Wax Palm

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Seeds from this wonderful eye-catching feather palm Cyrtostachys renda or lakka. The bright red trunks stand out in any landscape. Growing up to 30 to 40 feet in zones 11 and above. Needs constant warmth to germinate.



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