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Chelone glabra White Turtlehead

Seeds of Clematis hirsutissima Hairy Clematis, vase flower, sugar bowls or leather flower. A bushy 6-8 inch herbaceous perennial plant growing from woody branched base. The single nodding bell shaped bluish-purple blosssoms are growing on wooly-long-hariy stems. Hardy in zones 5-9b. Seeds of Clematis hirsutissima Hairy Clematis, vase flower, sugar bowls or leather flower. A bushy 6-8 inch herbaceous perennial plant growing from woody branched base. The single nodding bell shaped bluish-purple blosssoms are growing on wooly-long-hariy stems. Hardy in zones 5-9b.
Chelone glabra White Turtlehead

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Seeds from Chelone glabra or White Turtlhead. This smooth plant has tight terminal clusters of white often lavender-tinged tubular, 2-lipped flowers resembling turtle heads. White turtlehead, a robust perennial, grows 1-4 ft. tall. Its erect stems end in spikes of white flowers, the shape of which suggests a turtle head. The leaves are elongate and arranged opposite eachother along the stem. Native to stream edges and swampy areas, turtle head will grow in any light condition so long as the roots are kept consistently wet. Under lower light conditions the stems might grow tall and weak and might require staking. Tips can be pinched back earlier in the growing season to encourage a more compact form. Can bloom from July to October. Zones 3 to 8



Clarkia unguiculata Mountain Garland

Seeds of Clarkia unguiculata or Mountain Garland Annual, Compact blossoms are arranged on spikes in soft pastel shades of pink to salmon or purplish hues. Can tolerate a wide range of environmental conditions but avoid heavy clay soils. The plant attracts bees, birds, and butterflies.
Clarkia unguiculata Mountain Garland

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Seeds from Clarkia unguiculata or Mountain Garland - Annual, Compact blossoms are arranged on spikes in soft pastel shades of pink to salmon or purplish hues. Can tolerate a wide range of environmental conditions but avoid heavy clay soils. The plant attracts bees, birds, and butterflies.



Cleistocactys smaragdiflorus

 Seeds of a genus of columnar cacti native to mountainous areas of Peru Uruguay, Bolivia and Argentina  Seeds of a genus of columnar cacti native to mountainous areas of Peru Uruguay, Bolivia and Argentina
Cleistocactys smaragdiflorus

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Seeds from a genus of columnar cacti native to mountainous areas of Peru Uruguay, Bolivia and Argentina. The stems are tall and mostly slender and often many-branched with numerous ribs with closely set areoles and spines. The flowers are tubular and the tips hardly open with only the style and stamens usually protruding. Growing 3 to 6 feet in zones 9b to 11.



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