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Elaeagnus glabra

seeds EDAMAME Taiwame Grow Delicious snack is a vegetable for snacking that is sweeping the country. These seeds are very hard to come by especially this Taiwame  variety that is used in Asian resturants for appitizers.
Elaeagnus glabra

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Seeds from Elaeagnus glabra. A very Fragrant flowers is often described as a shrub, but it's not a typical shrub; it's best described as a climbing shrub or a sarmentose shrub producing long, flexuose runners or stolons. The long, extending branches act in a vine-like fashion, scrambling up nearby trees and hooking onto tree limbs. The silvery leaves are attractive as well. It ranges from Asia - China, Japan. Best sown as soon as it is ripe in a cold frame. It should germinate freely within 4 weeks, though it may take 18 months. Stored seed can be very slow to germinate, often taking more than 18 months. A warm stratification for 4 weeks followed by 12 weeks cold stratification can help Zones 8 - 11.



Eleusine coracana Green Cats Claw

seeds of Gloriousa Lily plantii,  also know as Climbing Lily or Flame Lily.  A very rare find is this bright tangerine/orange variety.  A vining type plant that will grow up to 5 feet high if you give it something to climb on. Very unusual in that the tips of the leaves actually turn into little tentacles at the ends and twine onto anything that they can. Each plant produces between 3 and 9 blossoms at a time. At least 6 hours of sunshine a day is required to get the best blooms. Fairly drought tolerant and pretty much carefree and pest free when finally established. Hardy to zone 8 and 9, will die back to the ground with extended cold temperatures but will grow right back in the spring.
Eleusine coracana Green Cats Claw

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Seeds from this very unusual member of the grass family Eleusine coracana, Green Cats claw or finger millet. This annual grass produces many of these wonderful and unusual heads throughout the summer and is a real addition to any border. This plant is used extensively by florists and also for dried flowers.



Epilobium canum ssp. latifolium Hummingbird Trumpet

seeds of Epilobium canum ssp. latifolium or Hummingbird Trumpet. The flowers are 1.5 inches long and tubular with 4, notched lobes. In good years with sufficient water and mild autumn weather, the plants can be covered in a mass of flaming red flowers. The leaves are dark green, linear to ovate in shape, and may have toothed edges. This subspecies has broader, greener leaves than the main species, which has grayer, narrower leaves.When blooming plants grow scarce in autumn, the flowers attract late season butterflies, especially Whites and Sulphurs. The nectar-filled flowers attract hummingbirds. If you wait near a blooming Hummingbird Trumpet, you have an excellent chance of spotting a hummingbird. Zones 8-10. seeds of Epilobium canum ssp. latifolium or Hummingbird Trumpet. The flowers are 1.5 inches long and tubular with 4, notched lobes. In good years with sufficient water and mild autumn weather, the plants can be covered in a mass of flaming red flowers. The leaves are dark green, linear to ovate in shape, and may have toothed edges. This subspecies has broader, greener leaves than the main species, which has grayer, narrower leaves.When blooming plants grow scarce in autumn, the flowers attract late season butterflies, especially Whites and Sulphurs. The nectar-filled flowers attract hummingbirds. If you wait near a blooming Hummingbird Trumpet, you have an excellent chance of spotting a hummingbird. Zones 8-10.
Epilobium canum ssp. latifolium Hummingbird Trumpet

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Seeds from Epilobium canum ssp. latifolium or Hummingbird Trumpet. The flowers are 1. 5 inches long and tubular with 4, notched lobes. In good years with sufficient water and mild autumn weather, the plants can be covered in a mass of flaming red flowers. The leaves are dark green, linear to ovate in shape, and may have toothed edges. This subspecies has broader, greener leaves than the main species, which has grayer, narrower leaves. When blooming plants grow scarce in autumn, the flowers attract late season butterflies, especially Whites and Sulphurs. The nectar-filled flowers attract hummingbirds. If you wait near a blooming Hummingbird Trumpet, you have an excellent chance of spotting a hummingbird. Zones 8-10.



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