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Dodecatheon pulchellum Few Flower Shooting Star

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Dodecatheon pulchellum Few Flower Shooting Star

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Seeds from Dodecatheon pulchellum Few Flowered Shooting Star, dark throat shooting star and prairie shooting star. A perennial herb with single, leafless flower stems, growing from very short erect root stocks with no bulblets. This native zone 4 to 8 perennial wildflower consists of a low rosette of leaves and a flowering stalk of flowers in zones 3a to 7b. The flowering stalk is hairless and have no leaves. The pink starshaped flowers hang downward are about three quarters inch long between April and August. They need plenty of moisture in spring, but can be quite dry during their summer dormancy.



Doryanthes palmeri | Spear Lily

seeds of RARE FIND Dodecatheon pulchellum Few Flowered Shooting Star, dark throat shooting star and prairie shooting star. A perennial herb with single, leafless flower stems, growing from very short erect root stocks with no bulblets. This native zone 4-8 perennial wildflower consists of a low rosette of leaves and a flowering stalk of flowers about ??1?' tall in zones 3a-7b. The flowering stalk is hairless and have no leaves. The pink starshaped flowers hang downward are about ?" long between April and August. They need plenty of moisture in spring, but can be quite dry during their summer dormancy.
Doryanthes palmeri | Spear Lily

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Seeds from this amazing Doryanthes palmeri. Giant Spear Lily forms a huge rosette of oversized leaves, each of which can reach 12 feet long and 9 inches wide. The big blooms are 5 inches long and are a brilliant red, attracting all sorts of birds. Be patient with the Giant Spear Lily, as it will take 10-13 years to reach flowering size. It can be grown in a pot the first few years, and moved indoors if necessary. It likes well-draining soil and regular watering. Zones 9-11



Dudleya caespitosa Sand Lettuce

seeds of  Dudleya caespitosa or Sand Lettuce . Grown for its ground-hugging rosettes of colorful evergreen leaves, this perennial succulent is native to coastal California from Monterey County to Los Angeles County. The lance-shaped to narrowly oval, gray to yellow-green leaves form broad rosettes that can reach the size of dinner plates. Open clusters of bell-shaped red or yellow flowers poise on erect knee-high stems in late spring and early summer. The blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Zones 9-11.
Dudleya caespitosa Sand Lettuce

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Seeds from Dudleya caespitosa or Sand Lettuce . Grown for its ground-hugging rosettes of colorful evergreen leaves, this perennial succulent is native to coastal California from Monterey County to Los Angeles County. The lance-shaped to narrowly oval, gray to yellow-green leaves form broad rosettes that can reach the size of dinner plates. Open clusters of bell-shaped red or yellow flowers poise on erect knee-high stems in late spring and early summer. The blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Zones 9-11.



Dudleya calicola Limestone Liveforever

seeds of  Dudleya caespitosa or Sand Lettuce . Grown for its ground-hugging rosettes of colorful evergreen leaves, this perennial succulent is native to coastal California from Monterey County to Los Angeles County. The lance-shaped to narrowly oval, gray to yellow-green leaves form broad rosettes that can reach the size of dinner plates. Open clusters of bell-shaped red or yellow flowers poise on erect knee-high stems in late spring and early summer. The blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Zones 9-11.
Dudleya calicola Limestone Liveforever

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Seeds from Dudleya calicola or Limestone Liveforever. Small glaucous succulent rosettes with narrow leaves and clusters of yellowish green flowers in summer. Sun to part shade, poor, rocky soil, low water. Found in limestone and granite outcroppings in mountains of Tulare and Kern County, California. 10 x 6" Zones 9-11.



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