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Sowerbaea Juncea Scented Vanilla Lily

seed of Sowerbaea Juncea Scented Vanilla Lily have leaves that form blue-green, grasslike clumps rather like chives and the plants grow to about 14 16 inches in height in zones 9-11. The roots are fibrous-fleshed and lack any tubers. The flowers form on dense heads of more than 20 individual flowers on a single, unbranched stem. They are a delicate mauve shade with pink bracts, and have a delicious vanilla perfume. Flowering occurs in spring, and a patch of vanilla lily is both a sight and scent not to be forgotten. Vanilla lily prefers a sunny, moist situation in light well-drained soil sand or light loam. It can be grown as a container plant, or in a rockery, or a terrarium, and is useful around the edges of a pond. Unfortunately it is only rarely seen in cultivation and fresh seed is not often available. This is a real rare opportunity to grow these. It can also be propagated by division of mature clumps. seed of Sowerbaea Juncea Scented Vanilla Lily have leaves that form blue-green, grasslike clumps rather like chives and the plants grow to about 14 16 inches in height in zones 9-11. The roots are fibrous-fleshed and lack any tubers. The flowers form on dense heads of more than 20 individual flowers on a single, unbranched stem. They are a delicate mauve shade with pink bracts, and have a delicious vanilla perfume. Flowering occurs in spring, and a patch of vanilla lily is both a sight and scent not to be forgotten. Vanilla lily prefers a sunny, moist situation in light well-drained soil sand or light loam. It can be grown as a container plant, or in a rockery, or a terrarium, and is useful around the edges of a pond. Unfortunately it is only rarely seen in cultivation and fresh seed is not often available. This is a real rare opportunity to grow these. It can also be propagated by division of mature clumps.
Sowerbaea Juncea Scented Vanilla Lily

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Seeds from Sowerbaea Juncea Scented Vanilla Lily have leaves that form blue green, grass like clumps rather like chives and the plants grow to about 14 to 16 inches in height in zones 9 to 11. The roots are fibrous fleshed and lack any tubers. The flowers form on dense heads of more than 20 individual flowers on a single, un branched stem. They are a delicate mauve shade with pink bracts, and have a delicious vanilla perfume. Flowering occurs in spring, and a patch of vanilla lily is both a sight and scent not to be forgotten. Vanilla lily prefers a sunny, moist situation in light well drained soil sand or light loam. It can be grown as a container plant, or in a rockery, or a terrarium, and is useful around the edges of a pond. Unfortunately it is only rarely seen in cultivation and seed is not often available. This is a real rare opportunity to grow these. It can also be propagated by division of mature clumps.



Spiderwort Commelian coelestis

Commelian coelestis Spiderwort. These plants grow to 18 inches and are drought resistant perennial for zones 6 and above. The plants when covered with masses of these 1 inch flowers, show wonderfully if planted in mass. They grow to 18 and can fill in a dry and sunny area in no time at all. They are in blossom from April thru October with almost continuous blooms.
Spiderwort Commelian coelestis

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Seeds from this Commelian coelestis Spiderwort. These plants grow to 18 inches and are drought resistant perennial for zones 8 and above. The plants when covered with masses of these 1 inch vivid blue flowers, show wonderfully if planted in mass. They can easily fill in a dry and sunny area in no time at all. They are in blossom from April thru October with almost continuous blooms.



Spiderwort Ohio Tradescanta ohioensis

seeds of Ohio Spiderwort, Blue Jackets, Cow Slobbers, Job's Tears, Widow Tears. Slender, erect smooth, bluish to silver stems and  leaves topped with spidery clusters of bright blue flowers. It grows best in light to moderate shade for dark green foliage or in full sun for more flowers.  Flowers are blue to purple, occasionally white and appear in dense clusters at the tops of the stems. Leaves are long and like those of an Iris. Hardy in zones 3-9.
Spiderwort Ohio Tradescanta ohioensis

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Seeds from Ohio Spiderwort, Blue Jackets, Cow Slobbers, Jobs Tears, Widow Tears. Slender, erect smooth, bluish to silver stems and leaves topped with spidery clusters of bright blue flowers. It grows best in light to moderate shade for dark green foliage or in full sun for more flowers. Flowers are blue to purple, occasionally white and appear in dense clusters at the tops of the stems. Leaves are long and like those of an Iris. Hardy in zones 3 to 9.



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