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Campanula thyrsoides Yellow Bellflower

Seeds of Campanula thyrsoides Yellow Bellflower.  Of all the other 250 some odd members of the genus, this is perhaps the only yellow one. The attractive, basal rosettes of lightly bristly, spatula-shaped leaves are crowned with glorious, 12" spikes of densely-packed, fragrany creamy-yellow bell flowers. Hardy in zones 4-8b. Seeds of Campanula thyrsoides Yellow Bellflower.  Of all the other 250 some odd members of the genus, this is perhaps the only yellow one. The attractive, basal rosettes of lightly bristly, spatula-shaped leaves are crowned with glorious, 12" spikes of densely-packed, fragrany creamy-yellow bell flowers. Hardy in zones 4-8b.
Campanula thyrsoides Yellow Bellflower

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Seeds from Campanula thyrsoides Yellow Bellflower. Of all the other 250 some odd members of the genus, this is perhaps the only yellow one. The attractive, basal rosettes of lightly bristly, spatula-shaped leaves are crowned with glorious, 12" spikes of densely-packed, fragrany creamy-yellow bell flowers. Hardy in zones 4-8b.



Canna edulis Queensland Arrowroot

Seeds of Canna edulis, or Achira, is native to the West Indies and South America. They are vigorous growers and will reach 10 ft in nature, but usually reach about 4-6 feet in containers. The tubers are used as food in the Andean Mountains and it is the source of Arrowroot starch in Australia. They are hardy in USDA zones 7-12. Seeds of Canna edulis, or Achira, is native to the West Indies and South America. They are vigorous growers and will reach 10 ft in nature, but usually reach about 4-6 feet in containers. The tubers are used as food in the Andean Mountains and it is the source of Arrowroot starch in Australia. They are hardy in USDA zones 7-12.
Canna edulis Queensland Arrowroot

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Seeds from Canna indica or Queensland Arrowroot, is native to the West Indies and South America. They are vigorous growers and will reach 10 ft in nature, but usually reach about 4-6 feet in containers. The tubers are used as food in the Andean Mountains and it is the source of Arrowroot starch in Australia. They are hardy in USDA zones 7-12.



Canna Lily Dwarf Firey Sparkles

Seeds of this hard to find Dwarf Canna Firey Sparkles. This is one of the best showy speckled yellows and peachy pink of all the cannas. The leaves are a very soft green and grow to about 3 feet tall. This extremely hardy variety produces these yellow blossoms all summer as long as you keep them watered. I have had these in my garden for four years and have yet to find a leaf roller on one of them, although I can't say that about all of my cannas. This plant requires lots of water and is perfect for backyard ponds. Hardy to zone 7 and above, will die back to the ground with extended freezing temperatures but will grow right back in the spring.
Canna Lily Dwarf Firey Sparkles

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Seeds from this hard to find Dwarf Canna Firey Sparkles. This is one of the best showy speckled yellows and peachy pink of all the cannas. The leaves are a very soft green and grow to about 3 feet tall. This extremely hardy variety produces these yellow blossoms all summer as long as you keep them watered. I have had these in my garden for four years and have yet to find a leaf roller on one of them, although I can't say that about all of my cannas. This plant requires lots of water and is perfect for backyard ponds. Hardy to zone 7 and above, will die back to the ground with extended freezing temperatures but will grow right back in the spring.



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