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Cestrun nocturnum
Queen of Night

the most fragrant jasmine plant in the world (Cestrun nocturnum). This shrub produces masses of lovely white blossoms in the summer that will cover the plant. During the day, there is absolutely no fragrance but as soon as the sun goes down, an area within 30 feet of this plant is covered with an sweet intoxicating fragrance. This plant is a very fast grower and this 6"- 8" plant will produce blossoms this year and can reach 5 feet high and 4 feet across. This plant does overwinter outside in my zone 8B area but does usually lose all its leaves if we have a killing frost, but comes back to blossom again in the summer.
Cestrun nocturnum
Queen of Night

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Seeds from the most fragrant jasmine plant in the world Cestrun nocturnum. This shrub produces masses of lovely white blossoms in the summer that will cover the plant. During the day, there is absolutely no fragrance but as soon as the sun goes down, an area within 30 feet of this plant is covered with an sweet intoxicating fragrance. This plant is a very fast grower and this 6 to 8 inch plant will produce blossoms this year. Will reach 5 feet high and 4 feet across. This plant does overwinter outside in my zone 8B area but does usually lose all its leaves if we have a killing frost, but comes back to blossom again in the summer. Zones 8 to 11.



Chilopsis linearis
Desert Willow

 seeds of this Desert Willow or Chilopsis linearis  is a large deciduous shrub or small tree. There is one in McFarland 30 feet+tall, but usually they are a 15 foot or so small tree.  Its willow like long narrow leaves and growth along desert washes give the desert willow name. The Penstemon like flowers are fragrant, pink to lavender. They appear in May and keep coming until Sept. or frost. Native near waterways in Mojave and Col. desert. Likes moderate water and sun. Does best inland and in desert. In most of California the test would be if you get frost, but do not get below 0F, it will probably grow. Easy to grow. It's nice looking and fast. The leaf tips will freeze each winter, ours have lived through -4 deg. F. in containers with little damage. It has a nice deciduous form. Can be pruned to make a weeping willow effect. (A weeping willow with 1-2"pink-purple catalpa-like flowers!) Plant and stems look dead when dormant, (Do not pull out the first winter). Hummingbirds live in this most of the summer. A favorite in the garden all summer.A fast grower that covers itself with hundreds of hummingbird-attracting summer flowers. Hardy in zones 6-11.  seeds of this Desert Willow or Chilopsis linearis  is a large deciduous shrub or small tree. There is one in McFarland 30 feet+tall, but usually they are a 15 foot or so small tree.  Its willow like long narrow leaves and growth along desert washes give the desert willow name. The Penstemon like flowers are fragrant, pink to lavender. They appear in May and keep coming until Sept. or frost. Native near waterways in Mojave and Col. desert. Likes moderate water and sun. Does best inland and in desert. In most of California the test would be if you get frost, but do not get below 0F, it will probably grow. Easy to grow. It's nice looking and fast. The leaf tips will freeze each winter, ours have lived through -4 deg. F. in containers with little damage. It has a nice deciduous form. Can be pruned to make a weeping willow effect. (A weeping willow with 1-2"pink-purple catalpa-like flowers!) Plant and stems look dead when dormant, (Do not pull out the first winter). Hummingbirds live in this most of the summer. A favorite in the garden all summer.A fast grower that covers itself with hundreds of hummingbird-attracting summer flowers. Hardy in zones 6-11.
 seeds of this Desert Willow or Chilopsis linearis  is a large deciduous shrub or small tree. There is one in McFarland 30 feet+tall, but usually they are a 15 foot or so small tree.  Its willow like long narrow leaves and growth along desert washes give the desert willow name. The Penstemon like flowers are fragrant, pink to lavender. They appear in May and keep coming until Sept. or frost. Native near waterways in Mojave and Col. desert. Likes moderate water and sun. Does best inland and in desert. In most of California the test would be if you get frost, but do not get below 0F, it will probably grow. Easy to grow. It's nice looking and fast. The leaf tips will freeze each winter, ours have lived through -4 deg. F. in containers with little damage. It has a nice deciduous form. Can be pruned to make a weeping willow effect. (A weeping willow with 1-2"pink-purple catalpa-like flowers!) Plant and stems look dead when dormant, (Do not pull out the first winter). Hummingbirds live in this most of the summer. A favorite in the garden all summer.A fast grower that covers itself with hundreds of hummingbird-attracting summer flowers. Hardy in zones 6-11.
Chilopsis linearis
Desert Willow

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Seeds from this Desert Willow or Chilopsis linearis is a large deciduous shrub or small tree. There is one in McFarland 30 feet+tall, but usually they are a 15 foot or so small tree. Its willow like long narrow leaves and growth along desert washes give the desert willow name. The Penstemon like flowers are fragrant, pink to lavender. They appear in May and keep coming until Sept. or frost. Native near waterways in Mojave and Col. desert. Likes moderate water and sun. Does best inland and in desert. In most of California the test would be if you get frost, but do not get below 0F, it will probably grow. Easy to grow. It's nice looking and fast. The leaf tips will freeze each winter, ours have lived through -4 deg. F. in containers with little damage. It has a nice deciduous form. Can be pruned to make a weeping willow effect. A weeping willow with 1-2"pink-purple catalpa-like flowers! Plant and stems look dead when dormant, Do not pull out the first winter. Hummingbirds live in this most of the summer. A favorite in the garden all summer. A fast grower that covers itself with hundreds of hummingbird-attracting summer flowers. Hardy in zones 6-11.



Chionanthus retusus
Chinese Fringe tree

20 seeds of the Chinese Fringtree or Chionanthus retusus. This beautiful deciduous spring blooming small tree grows to 10-14 feet and 10-12 feet across. The tree is covered with wonderful snow white 5 inch panicles from May thru June in zones 5-8.
20 seeds of the Chinese Fringtree or Chionanthus retusus. This beautiful deciduous spring blooming small tree grows to 10-14 feet and 10-12 feet across. The tree is covered with wonderful snow white 5 inch panicles from May thru June in zones 5-8.
Chionanthus retusus
Chinese Fringe tree

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Seeds from the Chinese Fringtree or Chionanthus retusus. This deciduous spring blooming small tree grows to 10-14 feet and 10-12 feet across. The tree is covered with wonderful snow white 5 inch panicles from May thru June in zones 5-8.



Chorizema dicksonii
Yellow eyed Flame Pea

Seeds of Chorizema dicksonii. This rare evergreen shrub likes sandy gravelly soils and clay loam
Chorizema dicksonii
Yellow eyed Flame Pea

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Seeds from Chorizema dicksonii. This rare evergreen shrub likes sandy gravelly soils and clay loam. Good if placed on rocky hillsides or undulated land. They prefer a hot overhead sun to warm low sun. Blooming red, yellow and orange in early Spring to late Summer. Zones 9 to 10.



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