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Patersonia occidentalis alba

seeds of Paradisea lusitanica or Paradise lily is a native to the mountains of Portugal that blooms from May-June. Tall, loose spikes of pure white, funnel-shaped flowers, 1?" across, Requires normal soil and full sun, hardy in zones 6-9. Grow 3-4 feet tall.
Patersonia occidentalis alba

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Seeds from Iris Patersonia occidentalis alba. The three petaled flowers are pale blue, mauve and purple or rarely white. The large blooms may be up to seven centimeters in diameter. Flowering occurs in spring and summer. Each flower lasts for less than a day but mature plants will produce a procession of flowers for many months. Patersonia occidentalis is a widespread species and is found in Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia and Western Australia. The Western Australian population is said to be the most robust and carry more flowers. Patersonia occidentalis would be an ideal addition to native cottage gardens and rockeries. An eye catching display would be created by mass planting the Long Purple Flag. There are about 20 Patersonia species. Of these 18 are endemic in Australia. As yet they are not widely cultivated but have great horticultural potential. Germination is difficult. Treatment with smoked water 6 to 36 hours or a top dressing of wood ash.



Pennisetum glaucum Purple Majesty Millet

seeds of Pennisetum glaucum Purple Majesty pearl millet. A real heat lover, this annual plant needs full sun to shine to its potential. Although these leaves start out green, they turn a beautiful dark purple almost black as the summer goes on. Grows 5 feet tall in full sun and is hardy from 10 to 20 F Needs only an occasional watering after established. seeds of Pennisetum glaucum Purple Majesty pearl millet. A real heat lover, this annual plant needs full sun to shine to its potential. Although these leaves start out green, they turn a beautiful dark purple almost black as the summer goes on. Grows 5 feet tall in full sun and is hardy from 10 to 20 F Needs only an occasional watering after established.
Pennisetum glaucum Purple Majesty Millet

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Seeds from Pennisetum glaucum Purple Majesty pearl millet. A real heat lover, this annual plant needs full sun to shine to its potential. Although these leaves start out green, they turn a dark purple almost black as the summer goes on. Grows 5 feet tall in full sun and is hardy from 10 to 20 F Needs only an occasional watering after established.



Penstemon tubaeflorus | White Plains Beardtongue

Here I am offering seeds from Penstemon tubaeflorus, also known as White Plains Beardtongue, Tube Beard Tongue, and White Wand Beardtongue. This plant grows to about 3 feet high and likes to live in full sun. Brilliant white chains of blossoms appear in late Spring to Early Summer. USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 8
Penstemon tubaeflorus | White Plains Beardtongue

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Here I am offering seeds from Penstemon tubaeflorus, also known as White Plains Beardtongue, Tube Beard Tongue, and White Wand Beardtongue. This plant grows to about 3 feet high and likes to live in full sun. Brilliant white chains of blossoms appear in late Spring to Early Summer. USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 8



Phacelia tanacetifolia or Lacy Phacelia

seeds of Phacelia tanacetifolia or Lacy Phacelia. This desert species is very easy to grow, some would say too easy. Give it desert-like hot conditions. A hardy annual, native to California but has naturalized throughout the western United States. The flowering portion of the stalk is curled, slowly unwinding to reveal lavender colored flowers at maturity. The stamens radiate outward, twice as long as the petals, giving the plant an unusual appearance. Prefers full sun in various soils. Produces an abundant quantity of nectar which butterflies and bees find hard to resist.
Phacelia tanacetifolia or Lacy Phacelia

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Seeds from Phacelia tanacetifolia or Lacy Phacelia. This desert species is very easy to grow, some would say too easy. Give it desert like hot conditions. A hardy annual, native to California but has naturalized throughout the western United States. The flowering portion of the stalk is curled, slowly unwinding to reveal lavender colored flowers at maturity. The stamens radiate outward, twice as long as the petals, giving the plant an unusual appearance. Prefers full sun in various soils. Produces an abundant quantity of nectar which butterflies and bees find hard to resist.



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