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Abutilon sonnertianum

seeds of this RARE FIND Abutilon sommertianum.  This abutilon is very scarce. The soft yellow blossoms appear in mid summer and last through the fall. This small shrub only grows to about 14" and is hardy in zones 9-11
Abutilon sonnertianum

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Seeds from this Abutilon sommertianum. This abutilon is very scarce. The soft yellow blossoms appear in mid summer and last through the fall. This small shrub only grows to about 14 inches and is hardy in zones 9 to 11.



Abroma augusta | Devils Cotton

Here I am offering seeds from Abroma augusta, also known as Devils Cotton. Luckily this one likes to be grown in a pot because there are very few places in the United States that this can grow outside.  This perennial shrub or tree, depending on how it is grown, produces very unusual dark red flowers. Here is another one that the birds, bees, and butterflies just love. USDA Hardiness Zones 10b to 11
Abroma augusta | Devils Cotton

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Here I am offering seeds from Abroma augusta, also known as Devils Cotton. Luckily this one likes to be grown in a pot because there are very few places in the United States that this can grow outside. This perennial shrub or tree, depending on how it is grown, produces very unusual dark red flowers. Here is another one that the birds, bees, and butterflies just love. USDA Hardiness Zones 10b to 11



Acacia retinodes
Ever blooming Wattle

seeds of this beautiful shrub Acacia retinodes or Wirilda. One of the hardiest mimosas with thin, strap-shaped, willow-like leaves and dense sprays of fragrant, light lemon, fuzzy flowers in spring and summer. This plant is semi-evergreen and produced these beautiful clumps of yellow blossoms Feb-Aug in areas of hardiness. It is attractive to bees, butterfiles and birds also. A very fast grower and will grow 16 - 18 feet tall and 10 feet wide eventually. This plant does overwinter outside in my zone 8B and is hardy in zones 8b-11 but does usually lose all its leaves if we have a killing frost, but comes back to blossom again in the summerseeds of this beautiful shrub Acacia retinodes or Wirilda. One of the hardiest mimosas with thin, strap-shaped, willow-like leaves and dense sprays of fragrant, light lemon, fuzzy flowers in spring and summer. This plant is semi-evergreen and produced these beautiful clumps of yellow blossoms Feb-Aug in areas of hardiness. It is attractive to bees, butterfiles and birds also. A very fast grower and will grow 16 - 18 feet tall and 10 feet wide eventually. This plant does overwinter outside in my zone 8B and is hardy in zones 8b-11 but does usually lose all its leaves if we have a killing frost, but comes back to blossom again in the summer
Acacia retinodes
Ever blooming Wattle

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Seeds from this shrub Acacia retinodes or Wirilda. One of the hardiest mimosas with thin, strap-shaped, willow-like leaves and dense sprays of fragrant, light lemon, fuzzy flowers in spring and summer. This plant is semi-evergreen and produced these clumps of yellow blossoms Feb-Aug in areas of hardiness. It is attractive to bees, butterfiles and birds also. A very fast grower and will grow 16 - 18 feet tall and 10 feet wide eventually. This plant does overwinter outside in my zone 8B and is hardy in zones 8b-11 but does usually lose all its leaves if we have a killing frost, but comes back to blossom again in the summer



Acacia mangium
Black wattle, Mange

seeds Acacia mangium or Forest Mangrove - Mange tree is an important multipurpose tree for the tropic lowlands. Mangium is one of the major fast-growing species used in plantation forestry programs throughout Asia, the Pacific, and the humid tropics.  Due to its rapid growth and tolerance of very poor soils, A. mangium is playing an increasingly important role in efforts to sustain a commercial supply of tree products while reducing pressure on natural forest ecosystems. This tree grows up to 100 feet and 20 inches in diameter in zones 10-12.seeds Acacia mangium or Forest Mangrove - Mange tree is an important multipurpose tree for the tropic lowlands. Mangium is one of the major fast-growing species used in plantation forestry programs throughout Asia, the Pacific, and the humid tropics.  Due to its rapid growth and tolerance of very poor soils, A. mangium is playing an increasingly important role in efforts to sustain a commercial supply of tree products while reducing pressure on natural forest ecosystems. This tree grows up to 100 feet and 20 inches in diameter in zones 10-12.
Acacia mangium
Black wattle, Mange

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Seeds from Acacia mangium or Forest Mangrove - Mange tree is an important multipurpose tree for the tropic lowlands. Mangium is one of the major fast-growing species used in plantation forestry programs throughout Asia, the Pacific, and the humid tropics. Due to its rapid growth and tolerance of very poor soils, A. mangium is playing an increasingly important role in efforts to sustain a commercial supply of tree products while reducing pressure on natural forest ecosystems. This tree grows up to 100 feet and 20 inches in diameter in zones 10-12.



Acacia nilotica Egyptian Thorn Tree

Seeds of Acacia nilotica. Acacia nilotica is a small to medium tree with a dense spheric crown. The stems and branches usually dark to black coloured. The grey pinkish slash exudes a reddish low quality gum. The tree has grey spines  usually in 3 to 12 pairs 3 inches long but only in young trees the mature trees are commonly without thorns. The leaves are bipinnate with 3 to 6 pairs of pinnulae and 10 to 30 pairs of leaflets each. Flowers in globulous heads of bright golden yellow color. This species has been used since early Egyptian dynasties. Disocorides described in his Materia Medica a preparation extracted from the leaves and fruit pods. He called this akakia and it is from this word that the modern name is derived. The origin of the name Acacia means spiny which is a typical feature of the species. Zones 8 to 11. Seeds of Acacia nilotica. Acacia nilotica is a small to medium tree with a dense spheric crown. The stems and branches usually dark to black coloured. The grey pinkish slash exudes a reddish low quality gum. The tree has grey spines  usually in 3 to 12 pairs 3 inches long but only in young trees the mature trees are commonly without thorns. The leaves are bipinnate with 3 to 6 pairs of pinnulae and 10 to 30 pairs of leaflets each. Flowers in globulous heads of bright golden yellow color. This species has been used since early Egyptian dynasties. Disocorides described in his Materia Medica a preparation extracted from the leaves and fruit pods. He called this akakia and it is from this word that the modern name is derived. The origin of the name Acacia means spiny which is a typical feature of the species. Zones 8 to 11. Seeds of Acacia nilotica. Acacia nilotica is a small to medium tree with a dense spheric crown. The stems and branches usually dark to black coloured. The grey pinkish slash exudes a reddish low quality gum. The tree has grey spines  usually in 3 to 12 pairs 3 inches long but only in young trees the mature trees are commonly without thorns. The leaves are bipinnate with 3 to 6 pairs of pinnulae and 10 to 30 pairs of leaflets each. Flowers in globulous heads of bright golden yellow color. This species has been used since early Egyptian dynasties. Disocorides described in his Materia Medica a preparation extracted from the leaves and fruit pods. He called this akakia and it is from this word that the modern name is derived. The origin of the name Acacia means spiny which is a typical feature of the species. Zones 8 to 11. Seeds of Acacia nilotica. Acacia nilotica is a small to medium tree with a dense spheric crown. The stems and branches usually dark to black coloured. The grey pinkish slash exudes a reddish low quality gum. The tree has grey spines  usually in 3 to 12 pairs 3 inches long but only in young trees the mature trees are commonly without thorns. The leaves are bipinnate with 3 to 6 pairs of pinnulae and 10 to 30 pairs of leaflets each. Flowers in globulous heads of bright golden yellow color. This species has been used since early Egyptian dynasties. Disocorides described in his Materia Medica a preparation extracted from the leaves and fruit pods. He called this akakia and it is from this word that the modern name is derived. The origin of the name Acacia means spiny which is a typical feature of the species. Zones 8 to 11.
Acacia nilotica Egyptian Thorn Tree

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Achyranthes bidentata Ox Knee | Nu Xi

Seeds from Achyranthes bidentata or Ox-Knee, Niu Xi. A Traditional Chinese herb used to help heal the kidneys and liver, drain dampness and bring back circulation. Also used for difficult urination, painful urethritis and suppressed menstruation. It is quite often used to treat traumatic injuries, stiffness and pain of the lower back. It can help the loins and for weakness in the legs and feet. Do not use during pregnancy. This herb can grow to be 4 feet high and wide is good in zones 8 to 9
Achyranthes bidentata Ox Knee | Nu Xi

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Here I am offering seeds from Achyranthes bidentata also known as Ox Knee or Niu Xi. A Traditional Chinese herb used to help heal the kidneys and liver, drain dampness and bring back circulation. Also used for difficult urination, painful urethritis and suppressed menstruation. It is quite often used to treat traumatic injuries, stiffness and pain of the lower back. It can help the loins and for weakness in the legs and feet. Do not use during pregnancy. This herb can grow to be 4 feet high and wide is good in zones 8 to 9



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