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Hesperantha Schizostylis sp. Lily

seeds of Hesperantha Schizostylis sp. Lily. This 1-2 foot lily has soft creamy white pinkish dainty blossoms from late August thruogh December. A wonderful performer in shady areas in zones 7-9. Underground bulbs multiply yearly to put on a bigger show each year.
seeds of Hesperantha Schizostylis sp. Lily. This 1-2 foot lily has soft creamy white pinkish dainty blossoms from late August thruogh December. A wonderful performer in shady areas in zones 7-9. Underground bulbs multiply yearly to put on a bigger show each year.
Hesperantha Schizostylis sp. Lily

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Seeds from Hesperantha Schizostylis sp. Lily. This 1-2 foot lily has soft creamy white pinkish dainty blossoms from late August thruogh December. A wonderful performer in shady areas in zones 7-9. Underground bulbs multiply yearly to put on a bigger show each year.



Hesperocallis undulata Desert Lily Ajo Lily

seeds Hesperocallis undulata Ajo Lily or Desert Lily. Very fragrant, large waxy white flowers. Narrow, wavy-margined leaves. The unbranched erect stems are typically 12" to 20" high. Bulbous plant that blooms in April and May, but may bloom earlier if conditions are right. Native to Colorado desert of Southern California. Grows in sandy soil and hardy in zones 9a-11. The bulbs have a garlic-like flavor and were eaten by native americans. Germination in 1 to 4 months and said to be tricky to germinate. seeds Hesperocallis undulata Ajo Lily or Desert Lily. Very fragrant, large waxy white flowers. Narrow, wavy-margined leaves. The unbranched erect stems are typically 12" to 20" high. Bulbous plant that blooms in April and May, but may bloom earlier if conditions are right. Native to Colorado desert of Southern California. Grows in sandy soil and hardy in zones 9a-11. The bulbs have a garlic-like flavor and were eaten by native americans. Germination in 1 to 4 months and said to be tricky to germinate.
Hesperocallis undulata Desert Lily Ajo Lily

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Seeds Hesperocallis undulata Ajo Lily or Desert Lily. Very fragrant, large waxy white flowers. Narrow, wavy-margined leaves. The unbranched erect stems are typically 12" to 20" high. Bulbous plant that blooms in April and May, but may bloom earlier if conditions are right. Native to Colorado desert of Southern California. Grows in sandy soil and hardy in zones 9a-11. The bulbs have a garlic-like flavor and were eaten by native americans. Germination in 1 to 4 months and said to be tricky to germinate.



Heuchera sanguinea v. pulchra

seeds Helenium puberulum Autumn Lollipops This perennial is a California native & an excellent wildlife plant. Found growing along stream-sides, it can also take a dry garden. It was fine in my no-summer-water garden last year. Grows to about 2.5' tall & 1-2' wide. Blooms May through August.
Heuchera sanguinea v. pulchra

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Seeds from Heuchera sanguinea v. pulchra. The leaves have little height but stiff stems up to 80 cm tall with red flowers, pink and white from late spring to early summer. The Flowers are a group of clusters. Interesting to cover small areas and agreed with other flowering perennials. Needs sun and partial shade but needs attenuated shade in hot areas. Good drainage is important. Poor growth in heavy, clay soils. Cut the faded flower stems, and in spring April in the Northern Hemisphere, cut a third of its height to compact and improve flowering. Zones 4-9



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