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Thysanotus pyramidalis Rare Fringe Lily

seeds of Thysanotus pyramidalis. This very rare small pyramid shaped plant is native to south Western Australia
Thysanotus pyramidalis Rare Fringe Lily

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Seeds from Thysanotus pyramidalis. This very rare small pyramid shaped plant is native to south Western Australia. the petite lavender fringe flowers contain 6 petals three of which are uncharacteristically narrow. Grows in sandplain in sandy or occasionally heavier sandy clay soils. Hardy in zones 9 to 11.



Thysanotus thyrsoides West Austrailian Fringe Lily

seeds of Thysanotus thyrsoides Western Austrailian Fringe Lily is native to Austrailia. This plant features masses of bright, mauve-pink flowers on 12 14 inch tall stems above tufted foliage. Prefers a dry climate with low humidity. Suitable for both pot and garden use. They thrive in full sun and prefer well drained soil and even tolerate very sandy soils. Hardy to light frosts only in zones 9-11. seeds of Thysanotus thyrsoides Western Austrailian Fringe Lily is native to Austrailia. This plant features masses of bright, mauve-pink flowers on 12 14 inch tall stems above tufted foliage. Prefers a dry climate with low humidity. Suitable for both pot and garden use. They thrive in full sun and prefer well drained soil and even tolerate very sandy soils. Hardy to light frosts only in zones 9-11.
Thysanotus thyrsoides West Austrailian Fringe Lily

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Seeds from Thysanotus multiflorus Many Flowered Fringe Lily is native to Austrailia. This plant features masses of bright, mauve purple flowers on 12 to 14 inch tall stems above tufted foliage. Prefers a dry climate with low humidity. Suitable for both pot and garden use. They thrive in full sun and prefer well drained soil and even tolerate very sandy soils. Hardy to light frosts only in zones 9 to 11.



Tofieldia glutinosa Bog Lily Western False Asphodel

seeds of Tofieldia glutinosa Western False Asphodel. This Bog Lily is great for damp areas. This 12-40 inch perennial blooms in mid summer in zones 6-10. Flowers in small thick cluster at top, buds are pinkish or red, open to white flowers with stamens extending beyond petals. Seed in erect, red, fleshy, 3-lobed capsule. Grows in bogs, fens, small streams, wet meadows from valleys to subalpine areas. seeds of Tofieldia glutinosa Western False Asphodel. This Bog Lily is great for damp areas. This 12-40 inch perennial blooms in mid summer in zones 6-10. Flowers in small thick cluster at top, buds are pinkish or red, open to white flowers with stamens extending beyond petals. Seed in erect, red, fleshy, 3-lobed capsule. Grows in bogs, fens, small streams, wet meadows from valleys to subalpine areas.
Tofieldia glutinosa Bog Lily Western False Asphodel

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Seeds from Tofieldia glutinosa Western False Asphodel. This Bog Lily is great for damp areas. This 12 to 40 inch perennial blooms in mid summer in zones 6 to 10. Flowers in small thick cluster at top, buds are pinkish or red, open to white flowers with stamens extending beyond petals. Seed in erect, red, fleshy, 3 lobed capsule. Grows in bogs, fens, small streams, wet meadows from valleys to sub alpine areas.



Tradescantia ohiensis | Ohio Spiderwort | Bluejacket | Snotweed

Here I am offering seeds from Tradescantia ohiensis, also known as Ohio Spiderwort, Bluejacket, and the unfortunate name, Snotweed. This perennial plant grows to about 3 feet tall and likes a spot in either the sun or partial shade. This plant is very popular with the birds, bees and butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 4b to 9
Tradescantia ohiensis | Ohio Spiderwort | Bluejacket | Snotweed

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Here I am offering seeds from Tradescantia ohiensis, also known as Ohio Spiderwort, Bluejacket, and the unfortunate name, Snotweed. This perennial plant grows to about 3 feet tall and likes a spot in either the sun or partial shade. This plant is very popular with the birds, bees and butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 4b to 9



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