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Aquilegia discolor Spanish Columbine

Seeds of this perennial Aquilegia discolor Spanish Columbine. A dwarf herbaceous perennial native to the Cantabrian Mountains of northern Spain.
Aquilegia discolor Spanish Columbine

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Seeds from Morus nigra, Black Mulberry, Toot Tree or Persian Mulberry. Morus nigra, the black mulberry, is a species of flowering plant in the family Moraceae, native to southwestern Asia, where it has been cultivated for so long that its precise natural range is unknown. Morus nigra is a deciduous tree growing to 40 ft tall by 50 ft broad. The leaves are 4 to 8 inches long by 2 to 4 inches wide. The edible fruit is dark purple, almost black, when ripe, a compound cluster of several small drupes which is richly flavored, similar to the red mulberry Morus rubra but unlike the more insipid fruit of the white mulberry Morus alba. Black mulberry has long been cultivated for its edible fruit and is planted and often naturalized west across much of Europe, including Ukraine, and east into China. It has gained the Royal Horticultural Societys Award of Garden Merit. Zones 5 to 11



Aquilegia oxysepala Oriental Columbine

Seeds from Aquilegia oxysepala where it is native to parts of northern Asia and Europe. On the Red List of endangered plants in Switzerland. A unusual columbine flower with maroon blossoms.  It thrives in dry, sunny spots in open forests or on rocky slopes. The seeds can be started indoors, planted just below the surface of a flat and kept at a temperature of 60-65 degrees F until germination. Zones 3 to 8.
Aquilegia oxysepala Oriental Columbine

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Seeds from Aquilegia oxysepala where it is native to parts of northern Asia and Europe. On the Red List of endangered plants in Switzerland. A unusual columbine flower with maroon blossoms. It thrives in dry, sunny spots in open forests or on rocky slopes. The seeds can be started indoors, planted just below the surface of a flat and kept at a temperature of 60-65 degrees F until germination. Zones 3 to 8.



Aquilegia vulgaris Dwarf Columbine

Seeds from Aquilegia vulgaris Dwarf. They grow wild throughout northern Europe due to their reseeding habit. Legend has it that these wildflowers grew in the footsteps of the virgin Mary on her journey to the house of Elizabeth.  Plant in fertile, moist, well drained soil and full sun or partial shade. Direct sow in early fall sow seeds just below the surface of the soil. For spring planting, mix the seed with moist sand and store it in the refrigerator for 60 days before direct sowing after the last frost. The seeds can be started indoors planted just below the surface of a flat and kept at a temperature of 60-65 degrees F until germination. Keep the soil lightly moist. Space seedlings 10 to 12 inches apart.Columbine attracts hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees as well as resisting deer and rabbits. Its natural growth in rocky areas makes it a good choice for rock gardens. Zones 3 to 9.
Aquilegia vulgaris Dwarf Columbine

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Seeds from Aquilegia vulgaris Dwarf. They grow wild throughout northern Europe due to their reseeding habit. Legend has it that these wildflowers grew in the footsteps of the virgin Mary on her journey to the house of Elizabeth. Plant in fertile, moist, well drained soil and full sun or partial shade. Direct sow in early fall sow seeds just below the surface of the soil. For spring planting, mix the seed with moist sand and store it in the refrigerator for 60 days before direct sowing after the last frost. The seeds can be started indoors planted just below the surface of a flat and kept at a temperature of 60-65 degrees F until germination. Keep the soil lightly moist. Space seedlings 10 to 12 inches apart. Columbine attracts hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees as well as resisting deer and rabbits. Its natural growth in rocky areas makes it a good choice for rock gardens. Zones 3 to 9.



Aquilegia vulgaris Sunburst Ruby

Seeds of Aquilegia Sunburst Ruby. One of the best foliage aquilegias with beautiful golden foliage and deep ruby flowers.This frost hardy perennial grows in part to full shade and will adapt to most all soils. Blossoms from early to mid spring, with some repeat flushes.
Aquilegia vulgaris Sunburst Ruby

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Seeds from Aquilegia Sunburst Ruby. One of the best foliage aquilegias with golden foliage and deep ruby flowers. This frost hardy perennial grows in part to full shade and will adapt to most all soils. Blossoms from early to mid spring, with some repeat flushes. Zones 3 to 8



Artropodium milleflorum Pale Vanilla Lily

Artropodium milleflorum Pale Vanilla Lily Artropodium milleflorum Pale Vanilla Lily
Artropodium milleflorum Pale Vanilla Lily

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Seeds from Arthropodium milleflorum Pale Vanilla Lily. This evergreen soft-wooded perennial that has tufted leaves and small pale lilac, mauve, or white flowers. Tolerant of very moist even boggy conditions or well drained soils in hilly and rocky areas. Tubers of fleshy, fibrous, tuber-like roots are edible raw. Grass like rosette makes an attractive garden specimen. Easily grown from seed. Growing 12-18 inches in zones 8b-11. Photo Courtesy of Bill Higham



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