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Gaillardia aristata Bijou 10 seeds


Seeds Gaillardia aristata Bijou. The very shortest of the Gaillardias. Useful, dwarf form with dazzling daisy-like flowers in hot yellow, orange and red. Long bloom season and petite stature make them well-suited for containers. The showy blooms cover the top of this plant all season long. Heat tolerant. Thrives in poor soils. Evergreen perennial. Zones 3 to 9.
Gaillardia aristata Bijou 10 seeds

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Seeds Gaillardia aristata Bijou. The very shortest of the Gaillardias. Useful, dwarf form with dazzling daisy-like flowers in hot yellow, orange and red. Long bloom season and petite stature make them well-suited for containers. The showy blooms cover the top of this plant all season long. Heat tolerant. Thrives in poor soils. Evergreen perennial. Zones 3 to 9.
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Dodecatheon meadia Shooting Star 10 seeds


Seeds from Dodecatheon meadia. Dodecatheon meadia has several common names including Shooting Star, Frenchs shootingstar, and Pride of Ohio Shootingstar. They range in color from almost white to magenta and have a fragrance similar to the odor of grape juice. They flower from approx. April 10 to May 10 with seed ready to be harvested in late June to early July. Shooting Stars have a basal rosette of lance shaped leaves and 1 to 4 sturdy, leafless, stems rising to 20 inches tall. Plant these wild Shooting Star plants in shady areas, wildflower garden, woodland garden, rock garden or naturalized area with other native wildflowers.  Hardy in zones 3 to 9.
Dodecatheon meadia Shooting Star 10 seeds

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Seeds from Dodecatheon meadia. Dodecatheon meadia has several common names including Shooting Star, Frenchs shootingstar, and Pride of Ohio Shootingstar. They range in color from almost white to magenta and have a fragrance similar to the odor of grape juice. They flower from approx. April 10 to May 10 with seed ready to be harvested in late June to early July. Shooting Stars have a basal rosette of lance shaped leaves and 1 to 4 sturdy, leafless, stems rising to 20 inches tall. Plant these wild Shooting Star plants in shady areas, wildflower garden, woodland garden, rock garden or naturalized area with other native wildflowers. Hardy in zones 3 to 9.
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Anigozanthos flavidus Green Kangaroo Paw 10 seeds


Seeds from Anigozanthos flavidus Green Kangaroo Paw is a perennial herb, with evergreen leaves growing up to 3-6 feet wide, forming clumps up to two metres across. It forms a rhizome, or modified stem underground, which grows to 4 inches in diameter. This rhizome makes the plant resistant to fire and drought, as it is able to re-sprout once conditions improve. is a very hardy, tough Australian native plant, with records of it lasting over 30 years in the garden. It is adaptable, extremely tolerant, and does well both in the garden and in pots on the balcony, as long as it is sheltered from frost, One plant may produce up to ten stems, with total flower production reaching up to 350 per plant. Growing up to 3 feet in zones 9-11.
Anigozanthos flavidus Green Kangaroo Paw 10 seeds

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Seeds from Anigozanthos flavidus Green Kangaroo Paw is a perennial herb, with evergreen leaves growing up to 3-6 feet wide, forming clumps up to two metres across. It forms a rhizome, or modified stem underground, which grows to 4 inches in diameter. This rhizome makes the plant resistant to fire and drought, as it is able to re-sprout once conditions improve. is a very hardy, tough Australian native plant, with records of it lasting over 30 years in the garden. It is adaptable, extremely tolerant, and does well both in the garden and in pots on the balcony, as long as it is sheltered from frost, One plant may produce up to ten stems, with total flower production reaching up to 350 per plant. Growing up to 3 feet in zones 9-11.
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Silene regia Royal Catchfly 10 seeds


Seeds from Silene regia Royal Catchfly. This native perennial 2 to 3 foot wildflower is hardy in zones 5 to 9. The preference is full or partial sun in moist to slightly dry soil. The soil can contain large amounts of loam, clay loam, or rocky material. Royal Catchfly is fairly easy to grow, but it is somewhat slower to develop than other plants and resents excessive shading. During drought, the lower leaves may turn yellow and fall off the plant. Plants begin to bloom while small in size, but it takes several years to reach their full potential.
Silene regia Royal Catchfly 10 seeds

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Seeds from Silene regia Royal Catchfly. This native perennial 2 to 3 foot wildflower is hardy in zones 5 to 9. The preference is full or partial sun in moist to slightly dry soil. The soil can contain large amounts of loam, clay loam, or rocky material. Royal Catchfly is fairly easy to grow, but it is somewhat slower to develop than other plants and resents excessive shading. During drought, the lower leaves may turn yellow and fall off the plant. Plants begin to bloom while small in size, but it takes several years to reach their full potential.
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Codonopsis clematidea Bonnet Bellflower 10 seeds


Seeds from this Codonopsis clematidea or Bonnet Bellflower . This herbaceous perennial, commonly referred to as a vine, with its vining tendencies and 2 to 3 feet height, looks more like a perennial; however, it does twine like a vine. Native to the rocky mountain slopes of East Asia, the name Codonopsis comes from the Greek word kodon, meaning a bell and opsis, referring to the bell-shaped flower. Clematidea refers to its clematis-like flower. Zones 5-9.
Codonopsis clematidea Bonnet Bellflower 10 seeds

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Seeds from this Codonopsis clematidea or Bonnet Bellflower . This herbaceous perennial, commonly referred to as a vine, with its vining tendencies and 2 to 3 feet height, looks more like a perennial; however, it does twine like a vine. Native to the rocky mountain slopes of East Asia, the name Codonopsis comes from the Greek word kodon, meaning a bell and opsis, referring to the bell-shaped flower. Clematidea refers to its clematis-like flower. Zones 5-9.
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