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Lewisia tweedyi Cistanthe tweedyi

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 tweedyi Cistanthe tweedyi

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Seeds from 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.



Libertia grandiflora or New Zealand Iris

seeds of Libertia grandiflora or New Zealand Iris. A clump-forming, evergreen perennial with linear leaves and clusters of white flowers in late spring and early summer, followed by seed pods.Orange fruit  in Autumn. Requires  full sun or light shade. Zones 8-11.
Libertia grandiflora or New Zealand Iris

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Seeds from Libertia grandiflora or New Zealand Iris. A clump-forming, evergreen perennial with linear leaves and clusters of white flowers in late spring and early summer, followed by seed pods. Orange fruit in Autumn. Requires full sun or light shade. Zones 8-11.



Lilium amabile var. lutium

seeds of Lilium amabile  var. lutium this is a yellow flowered form with hanging turkscaps with chocolat anthers.Hardy in zones 5-10. This early blooming lilygrows up to 4 feet on slender stems in light shade and will be drought tolerant once established.  Loved by both bees and butterflies.
Lilium amabile var. lutium

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Seeds from Lilium amabile var. luteum this is a yellow flowered form with hanging turkscaps with chocolat anthers. Hardy in zones 5-11. This early blooming lilygrows up to 4 feet on slender stems in light shade and will be drought tolerant once established. Loved by both bees and butterflies.



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