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Anisodontea x hypomandarum
Cape Mallow

seeds of these wonderful Cape Mallow Anisodontea x hypomandarum.  These 4-6 foot half hardy perennials with evergreen foliage love full un in zones 9-10. White to deep magenta flowers with a dark spot on the base blossoms from early spring through last fall. A native low shrubs from South Africa. Leaves are heart-shaped or lobed. Water during the growing and blooming seasons and less at other times. seeds of these wonderful Cape Mallow Anisodontea x hypomandarum.  These 4-6 foot half hardy perennials with evergreen foliage love full un in zones 9-10. White to deep magenta flowers with a dark spot on the base blossoms from early spring through last fall. A native low shrubs from South Africa. Leaves are heart-shaped or lobed. Water during the growing and blooming seasons and less at other times. seeds of these wonderful Cape Mallow Anisodontea x hypomandarum.  These 4-6 foot half hardy perennials with evergreen foliage love full un in zones 9-10. White to deep magenta flowers with a dark spot on the base blossoms from early spring through last fall.
Anisodontea x hypomandarum
Cape Mallow

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Seeds from these wonderful Cape Mallow Anisodontea x hypomandarum. These 4-6 foot half hardy perennials with evergreen foliage love full un in zones 9-10. White to deep magenta flowers with a dark spot on the base blossoms from early spring through last fall. A native low shrubs from South Africa. Leaves are heart-shaped or lobed. Water during the growing and blooming seasons and less at other times.



Annona purpurea Sancoya Cabeza de Negrois

eeds from Annona soncoya Cabeza de Negrois native and common in coastal lowlands from southern Mexico to Panama, Colombia and Venezuela. The tree is small to medium sized around 20 to 30 ft high with a short trunk to 1 1/2 ft in diameter and spreading branches which are rusty woolly when young. Strongscented flowers which emerge with the new leaves. The pulp is agreeably aromatic suggesting the mango abundant yellow or orange soft fibrous of mild agreeable flavor. The soncoya requires a hot, humid climate and it never occurs at an altitude higher than 4000 ft. The fruits ripen in August in Yucatan generally in the fall in Central America. In Colombia the pulp is eaten raw or is strained for juice and drank as a beverage or folk remedy. The seed extract destroys fleas. Zones are unknown. Not frost hardy.
Annona purpurea Sancoya Cabeza de Negrois

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Seeds from Annona soncoya Cabeza de Negrois native and common in coastal lowlands from southern Mexico to Panama, Colombia and Venezuela. The tree is small to medium sized around 20 to 30 ft high with a short trunk to 1 1/2 ft in diameter and spreading branches which are rusty woolly when young. Strongscented flowers which emerge with the new leaves. The pulp is agreeably aromatic suggesting the mango abundant yellow or orange soft fibrous of mild agreeable flavor. The soncoya requires a hot, humid climate and it never occurs at an altitude higher than 4000 ft. The fruits ripen in August in Yucatan generally in the fall in Central America. In Colombia the pulp is eaten raw or is strained for juice and drank as a beverage or folk remedy. The seed extract destroys fleas. Zones are unknown. Not frost hardy.



Annona squamosa Sugar Apple

Seeds from Annona squamosa. A Small deciduous tree growing to 15 to 25 ft and spreading to the same size. They loose their leaves in the winter for about 4 to 6 weeks. The leaves are 6 to 8 inches long. Flowers appear with new leaf growth in early spring. Fruits ripen in 3 to 4 months later throughout the summer and fall. Zones 9 to 11
Annona squamosa Sugar Apple

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Seeds from Annona squamosa. A Small deciduous tree growing to 15 to 25 ft and spreading to the same size. They loose their leaves in the winter for about 4 to 6 weeks. The leaves are 6 to 8 inches long. Flowers appear with new leaf growth in early spring. Fruits ripen in 3 to 4 months later throughout the summer and fall. Zones 9 to 11.



Arbutus unedo
Killarney Strawberry Tree

Cassia javanica or Pink Shower Tree is a large deciduous tree grows 30-40 feet in zones 10b-11 but is suitable for pot culture in cooler areas if enough sun is provided. The pink flowers are on the upper side of the spreading branches that start out dark pink and fade to almost white.
Arbutus unedo
Killarney Strawberry Tree

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Seeds from Arbutus unedo. Arbutus unedo or Strawberry tree is a laurel-like bush or small tree found in non-calcareous maquis. The flowers are white or pink and bell-shaped you can see a few in the photo and appear in autumn and sometimes, as here, in early spring. The fruit is red and despite its name is quite tasteless. Zones 5-10.



Arctostaphylos tomentosa
woolly leaf manzanita

seeds of this hard to find beautiful small shrub Arctostaphylos tomentosa woolly leaf manzanita, woollyleaf manzanita or brittle leaf mamzanita. This low-lying, spreading manzanita, generally quite a bit wider 3-8 feet  than it is tall 5 feet. The flowers are white to pink and may be hairy or hairless inside. This uncommon manzanita has smooth gray bark. Hardy to 25 degrees.
Arctostaphylos tomentosa
woolly leaf manzanita

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Seeds from this hard to find small shrub Arctostaphylos Rosei tomentosa woolly leaf manzanita, woollyleaf manzanita or brittle leaf mamzanita. This low-lying, spreading manzanita, generally quite a bit wider 3 to 8 feet than it is tall 5 feet. The flowers are white to pink and may be hairy or hairless inside. This uncommon manzanita has smooth gray bark. Hardy to 25 degrees. This drought tolerant shrub prefers full sun. Zones 6 to 11.



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