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Capparis spinosa Caperbush

Capparis spinosa or Caperbush. This is the famous bush that gives us capers. The edible part is the buds of the flower before they open. Pickled in a salty brine, they keep a long time refrigerated. I grow this small shrub mainly for the flowers as they blossom most of the summer. This plant does overwinter outside in my zone 8B area but does usually lose all its leaves if we have a killing frost, but comes back to blossom again in the summer.
Capparis spinosa Caperbush

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Seeds from this Capparis spinosa or Caperbush. This is the famous bush that gives us capers. The edible part is the buds of the flower before they open. Pickled in a salty brine, they keep a long time refrigerated. I grow this small shrub mainly for the flowers as they blossom most of the summer. This plant does overwinter outside in my zone 8B area but does usually lose all its leaves if we have a killing frost, but comes back to blossom again in the summer. Zones 8-11



Capparis spinosa var. inermis

Seeds of Capparis spinosa Var. inermis or Caper Bush a native to the Mediterranean area. This is a spineless variant of Capparis Spinosa growing as a low mounding shrub 2 to 3 feet tall with arching red stems and dark green round leaves. It takes 2 years to bare flower buds which will appear from May to September these are the edible capers of commerce. Left unpicked these buds form a fragrant pinkish white flower. Zones 9 to 11.Seeds of Capparis spinosa Var. inermis or Caper Bush a native to the Mediterranean area. This is a spineless variant of Capparis Spinosa growing as a low mounding shrub 2 to 3 feet tall with arching red stems and dark green round leaves. It takes 2 years to bare flower buds which will appear from May to September these are the edible capers of commerce. Left unpicked these buds form a fragrant pinkish white flower. Zones 9 to 11.
Capparis spinosa var. inermis

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Seeds of Capparis spinosa Var. inermis or Caper Bush a native to the Mediterranean area. This is a spineless variant of Capparis Spinosa growing as a low mounding shrub 2 to 3 feet tall with arching red stems and dark green round leaves. It takes 2 years to bare flower buds which will appear from May to September these are the edible capers of commerce. Left unpicked these buds form a fragrant pinkish white flower. Zones 9 to 11.



Cardiocrinum cathayanum Himalayan Lily

Seeds Cardiocrinum cathayanum Himalayan Lily. stunning lily bulb for shadier conditions with bronzed green heart shaped foliage and large creamy white flowers with maroon centers. Similar in height and appearance to C. cordatum and grows up to 6 feet tall. Hardy in zones 7b to 9a. Seeds Cardiocrinum cathayanum Himalayan Lily. stunning lily bulb for shadier conditions with bronzed green heart shaped foliage and large creamy white flowers with maroon centers. Similar in height and appearance to C. cordatum and grows up to 6 feet tall. Hardy in zones 7b to 9a.
Cardiocrinum cathayanum Himalayan Lily

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Seeds Cardiocrinum cathayanum Himalayan Lily. stunning lily bulb for shadier conditions with bronzed green heart shaped foliage and large creamy white flowers with maroon centers. Similar in height and appearance to C. cordatum and grows up to 6 feet tall. Hardy in zones 7b to 9a.



Carex buchananii Red Rooster

Seeds of Carex buchananii 'Red Rooster' Leatherleaf Sedge . Growing 12-30" tall with a 36" spread. Hardy in zones 7-11 in full or part sun. The foliage is an orange-brown to a copper- bronze color, giving this grass a dried look when it is actually actively growing. The form of Leatherleaf Sedge is upright and slightly arching, due to the leaves curling at the tips. This grass is non-invasive, low maintenance, and is attractive year round. Seeds of Carex buchananii 'Red Rooster' Leatherleaf Sedge . Growing 12-30" tall with a 36" spread. Hardy in zones 7-11 in full or part sun. The foliage is an orange-brown to a copper- bronze color, giving this grass a dried look when it is actually actively growing. The form of Leatherleaf Sedge is upright and slightly arching, due to the leaves curling at the tips. This grass is non-invasive, low maintenance, and is attractive year round.
Carex buchananii Red Rooster

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Seeds from Carex buchananii 'Red Rooster' Leatherleaf Sedge . Growing 12-30" tall with a 36" spread. Hardy in zones 7-11 in full or part sun. The foliage is an orange-brown to a copper- bronze color, giving this grass a dried look when it is actually actively growing. The form of Leatherleaf Sedge is upright and slightly arching, due to the leaves curling at the tips. This grass is non-invasive, low maintenance, and is attractive year round.



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