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Francoa Saxifragaceae Rogersons Form

Seeds of a new and impressive form of the normally pale pink Francoa sonchifolia with large panicles of deepest pink, star-shaped blossoms marked with crimson, on long stalks.
Francoa Saxifragaceae Rogersons Form

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Seeds from a new and impressive form of the normally pale pink Francoa sonchifolia with large panicles of deepest pink, star-shaped blossoms marked with crimson, on long stalks. Great For shade, summer bloomers,clay and drought tolerant. This 2 foot perennial likes dry shade and is hardy in zones 7 to 11.



Fritillaria biflora Chocolate Lily Mission Bells

seeds of Fritillaria biflora Chocolate Lily Mission Bells This perennial herb bulb is native to California having dark purple bell-shaped flowers mottled with green shading on 12" stems. Growing in heavy soil this plant blooms in the early spring.These plants have up to 8 flowers to a stem that is fairly adaptable, and is suitable for the dry garden. Zone 7-9. seeds of Fritillaria biflora Chocolate Lily Mission Bells This perennial herb bulb is native to California having dark purple bell-shaped flowers mottled with green shading on 12" stems. Growing in heavy soil this plant blooms in the early spring.These plants have up to 8 flowers to a stem that is fairly adaptable, and is suitable for the dry garden. Zone 7-9. seeds of Fritillaria biflora Chocolate Lily Mission Bells This perennial herb bulb is native to California having dark purple bell-shaped flowers mottled with green shading on 12" stems. Growing in heavy soil this plant blooms in the early spring.These plants have up to 8 flowers to a stem that is fairly adaptable, and is suitable for the dry garden. Zone 7-9.
Fritillaria biflora Chocolate Lily Mission Bells

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Seeds from Fritillaria affinis Chocolate Lily Checker Lily is a highly variable species in the genus Fritillaria, native to western North America, in California, Klamath Ranges, the north coast ranges, Cascade Ranges, north Sierra Nevada foothills, and the San Francisco Bay Area, north to British Columbia, Oregon, Washington, Montana and Idaho. The flowers are produced in the spring, nodding, 14 cm, yellowish or greenish brown with a lot of yellow mottling to purplish black with little mottling, or yellow-green mottled with purple. The leaves are in whorls. Its habitat includes oak or pine scrub or open woods and thickets near the coast. Prefers low to mid-elevation, shade or part shade, dry summer dormancy, good drainage. Some sources say that it may be difficult to cultivate, but other sources say that it is one of the easiest fritillaries to grow. The roots or bulbs cooked make palatable and nutritious food. Zones 5-9.



Fritillaria camschatcensis Black Lily

seeds Fritillaria camschatcensis Black Lily  also called Rice Lily, Northern Rice-root or Rice Lily.   Growing to 20 inches in zones 3-8.  It is May blooming with whorled glossy leaves and dark purple-brown to almost black pendent bell-shaped flowers. It grows in damp places and should be grown in a shady spot that is not hot and dry in summer seeds Fritillaria camschatcensis Black Lily  also called Rice Lily, Northern Rice-root or Rice Lily.   Growing to 20 inches in zones 3-8.  It is May blooming with whorled glossy leaves and dark purple-brown to almost black pendent bell-shaped flowers. It grows in damp places and should be grown in a shady spot that is not hot and dry in summer
Fritillaria camschatcensis Black Lily

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Seeds Fritillaria camschatcensis Black Lily also called Rice Lily, Northern Rice-root or Rice Lily. Growing to 20 inches in zones 3 to 8. It is May blooming with whorled glossy leaves and dark purple-brown to almost black pendent bell-shaped flowers. It grows in damp places and should be grown in a shady spot that is not hot and dry in summer.



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