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Tacca nivea white

seeds Tacca leontopetaloides Polynesian Arrowroot or Beach Batlily. A exotic tropical perennial plant has white flowers with 12 inch long whiskers and grows 2-4 feet tall, in full or part shade. A herbaceous, aroid-like plant dying back to a large, rounded subterranean tuber, the large spreading leaf is divided onto three main branches, each bearing a number of broad, ovate to rounded lobes. The leaves may be up to 9 inches across and are on a fleshy stalk to 24" tall. Small, rounded, greenish-purple flowers are clustered at the end of a fleshy. This cluster is surrounded by large, greenish bracts. Long, thread-like filimanets hang from between the flowers. The fruit are yellow and fleshy. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 11.
Tacca nivea white

50 Available Now

Seeds Tacca nivea white. Brilliant white flowers that are 12 inches in width that stand upright with the petals spread to the extent that they appear as a bat like form. The throat shows the coloration of faint purple brown, and from this region protrude 10 to 20 prominent dark purple bracts. Flowing from this area are up to 30 thin white tentacles whiskers. An irresistible plant for many. Zones 9 to 11



Tagetes lemmonii Lemon Marigold Tangerine Scented Marigold

 seeds of Tagetes lemmonii, Lemon Marigold, Copper Canyon Daisy. The aromatic foliage is often described as citrus-like, or as having anise or licorice tones. A shrubby herbaceous perennial attains a naturally rounded mound, 2'-4' tall and wide. Loved by butterflies but consistently disliked by foraging deer. One-inch, bright golden-yellow daisy flowers smother the foliage in fall, until frost. Use in the border with fall flower colors of blues and purples from such plants as native asters, Mexican bush sage or Maximilian daisies. When off the bloom, its soft domed form contrasts well against strong architectural plants such as spiky yuccas. Hardy in zones 8-11.  seeds of Tagetes lemmonii, Lemon Marigold, Copper Canyon Daisy. The aromatic foliage is often described as citrus-like, or as having anise or licorice tones. A shrubby herbaceous perennial attains a naturally rounded mound, 2'-4' tall and wide. Loved by butterflies but consistently disliked by foraging deer. One-inch, bright golden-yellow daisy flowers smother the foliage in fall, until frost. Use in the border with fall flower colors of blues and purples from such plants as native asters, Mexican bush sage or Maximilian daisies. When off the bloom, its soft domed form contrasts well against strong architectural plants such as spiky yuccas. Hardy in zones 8-11.
Tagetes lemmonii Lemon Marigold Tangerine Scented Marigold

11 Available Now

Seeds from Tagetes lemmonii, Lemon Marigold, Copper Canyon Daisy. The aromatic foliage is often described as citrus like, or as having anise or licorice tones. A shrubby herbaceous perennial attains a naturally rounded mound, 24 tall and wide. Loved by butterflies but consistently disliked by foraging deer. One inch, bright golden yellow daisy flowers smother the foliage in fall, until frost. Use in the border with fall flower colors of blues and purples from such plants as native asters, Mexican bush sage or Maximilian daisies. When off the bloom, its soft domed form contrasts well against strong architectural plants such as spiky yuccas. Hardy in zones 8 to 11.



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