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Leonurus cardiaca Motherwort

seeds of Leonurus cardiaca or Motherwort which is a herbaceous perennial plant in the mint family. The flowers are small, pink to lilac in colour often with furry lower lips. The plant grows to about 36 inches in height. Clusters of pink flowers surround the stem at the leaf joints in the upper part of the plant. Individual flowers are tubular, about 1/3-inch long with a very hairy upper lip. The lower lip is a darker purplish color, narrow and folds up lengthwise. Grow in sun; wet or dry, woods and fields. seeds of Leonurus cardiaca or Motherwort which is a herbaceous perennial plant in the mint family. The flowers are small, pink to lilac in colour often with furry lower lips. The plant grows to about 36 inches in height. Clusters of pink flowers surround the stem at the leaf joints in the upper part of the plant. Individual flowers are tubular, about 1/3-inch long with a very hairy upper lip. The lower lip is a darker purplish color, narrow and folds up lengthwise. Grow in sun; wet or dry, woods and fields.
Leonurus cardiaca Motherwort

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Seeds from Leonurus cardiaca or Motherwort which is a herbaceous perennial plant in the mint family. The flowers are small, pink to lilac in colour often with furry lower lips. The plant grows to about 36 inches in height. Clusters of pink flowers surround the stem at the leaf joints in the upper part of the plant. Individual flowers are tubular, about 1/3-inch long with a very hairy upper lip. The lower lip is a darker purplish color, narrow and folds up lengthwise. Grow in sun; wet or dry, woods and fields.



Leucocoryne appendiculata

seeds of Leucocoryne appendiculata A lovely  bulbous perennials  from Chile,  white flowers and three yellow staminodes with the tip terminating in a thread.  Very rarely seen in cultivation  Difficult to germinate. Growing 12-18 inches in in full sun in zones 9b-11. seeds of Leucocoryne appendiculata A lovely  bulbous perennials  from Chile,  white flowers and three yellow staminodes with the tip terminating in a thread.  Very rarely seen in cultivation  Difficult to germinate. Growing 12-18 inches in in full sun in zones 9b-11.
Leucocoryne appendiculata

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Seeds from Leucocoryne appendiculata A lovely bulbous perennials from Chile, white flowers and three yellow staminodes with the tip terminating in a thread. Very rarely seen in cultivation Difficult to germinate. Growing 12-18 inches in in full sun in zones 9b-11.



Lewisia cotyledon Sunset Strain

seeds of this very hard to find Lewisia tweedyi.  This evergreen perennial has broad, lance-shaped mid-green leaves  to 4 inches long, tinted with purple and borne in basal rosettes up to 18 inches in diameter. Open, funnel-shaped, pink-to-cream flowers to 3 inches across appear once in early spring. Patience needed for propagation. Hardy in zones 4-7.
Lewisia cotyledon Sunset Strain

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Seeds from this Lewisia cotyledon Sunset Strain. Origin USA California and Southwest Oregon An eye catching mixture of colors from pink to orange and yellow. Blooming in mid spring, the vivid flower colors are a great way to wake up your rock garden. Can be grown in full sun at high altitudes, but appreciates being situated where it gets afternoon shade at lower, hotter elevations. Plant in well drained sandy or loamy soil and avoid summer irrigation. A longtime favorite among rock gardening enthusiasts. 4 x 6 feet wide Best Sowing Dates November to March. Zones 5 to 8.



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