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Cistus creticus
Rock Rose

seed of Cistus creticus or Rock Rose. This evergreen shrub can be up to 3 feet in height and is easily recognized by its large pink-purple flowers. Hardy in zones 8-10 and requires well-drained soil and can grow in poor soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic soils. It cannot grow in the shade. It requires dry or moist soil and can tolerate drought. seed of Cistus creticus or Rock Rose. This evergreen shrub can be up to 3 feet in height and is easily recognized by its large pink-purple flowers. Hardy in zones 8-10 and requires well-drained soil and can grow in poor soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic soils. It cannot grow in the shade. It requires dry or moist soil and can tolerate drought.
Cistus creticus
Rock Rose

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Seeds from Cistus creticus or Rock Rose. This evergreen shrub can be up to 3 feet in height and is easily recognized by its large pink-purple flowers. Hardy in zones 8-10 and requires well-drained soil and can grow in poor soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic soils. It cannot grow in the shade. It requires dry or moist soil and can tolerate drought.



Colvillea racemosa
Colvilles Glory tree

Colville's Glory tree or Colvillea racemosa, Whip tree from Madagascar. It's a rare flowering tropical tree difficult to find and cultivate. It's conservation status is 'Near Threatened'. This is a beautiful, large tree from Madagascar with large pinnate leaves and very distinct cone shaped 12" clusters of hanging bright orange flowers that are bright red in bud. It is a sight to behold when it shows off its fiery blooms. Its grape-like clusters of velvety buds range from chameleon green to blood orange. Growing to 25' in zones 10-11. Colville's Glory tree or Colvillea racemosa, Whip tree from Madagascar. It's a rare flowering tropical tree difficult to find and cultivate. It's conservation status is 'Near Threatened'. This is a beautiful, large tree from Madagascar with large pinnate leaves and very distinct cone shaped 12" clusters of hanging bright orange flowers that are bright red in bud. It is a sight to behold when it shows off its fiery blooms. Its grape-like clusters of velvety buds range from chameleon green to blood orange. Growing to 25' in zones 10-11.
Colvillea racemosa
Colvilles Glory tree

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Seeds from Colville's Glory tree or Colvillea racemosa, Whip tree from Madagascar. It's a rare flowering tropical tree difficult to find and cultivate. It's conservation status is 'Near Threatened'. This is a beautiful, large tree from Madagascar with large pinnate leaves and very distinct cone shaped 12" clusters of hanging bright orange flowers that are bright red in bud. It is a sight to behold when it shows off its fiery blooms. Its grape-like clusters of velvety buds range from chameleon green to blood orange. Growing to 25' in zones 10-11.



Cornus capitata Benthams Cornel

Himalayan flowering dogwood, and evergreen dogwood. It is native to the low-elevation woodlands of the Himalayas in China, India, and surrounding nations and it is naturalized in parts of Australia and New Zealand. This is an evergreen tree growing to 12 meters in height and width. The leaves are gray-green and pale and fuzzy underneath, and several centimeters long. It flowers during the summer in white blooms with several individual fruits fused into a red body 2 or 3 centimeters across. Zones 8 to 11
Cornus capitata Benthams Cornel

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Seeds from Cornus capitata a species of dogwood known by the common names Bentham's cornel, Himalayan flowering dogwood, and evergreen dogwood. It is native to the low-elevation woodlands of the Himalayas in China, India, and surrounding nations and it is naturalized in parts of Australia and New Zealand. This is an evergreen tree growing to 12 meters in height and width. The leaves are gray-green and pale and fuzzy underneath, and several centimeters long. It flowers during the summer in white blooms with several individual fruits fused into a red body 2 or 3 centimeters across. Zones 8 to 11.



Cornus florida
sbsp. urbiniana

Fresh Seeds of this Wonderful Dogwood also call Mexican Dogwood,Flowering Dogwood, and Eastern Dogwood. Originally from eastern Mexico, this dogwood is a subspecies of our native common flowering dogwood Cornus florida. The large flower bracts are fused at the tips to give it a Chinese Lantern shape. The bracts connect to each other throughout floral development, making a canopy like look over the true flowers in the center. This dogwood holds its foliage much longer than the average native dogwood, prolonging its fall color longer for your enjoyment. This makes them very interesting, but the blue cast to the leaves and superb resistance to anthracnose and powdery mildew along with the ability to grow well in full sun make them good candidates for borders. Zones 5a to 8b. Fresh Seeds of this Wonderful Dogwood called Cornus florida sbsp. urbiniana Mexican Dogwood,Flowering Dogwood, and Eastern Dogwood. Originally from eastern Mexico, this dogwood is a subspecies of our native common flowering dogwood Cornus florida. The large flower bracts are fused at the tips to give it a Chinese Lantern shape. The bracts connect to each other throughout floral development, making a canopy like look over the true flowers in the center. This dogwood holds its foliage much longer than the average native dogwood, prolonging its fall color longer for your enjoyment. This makes them very interesting, but the blue cast to the leaves and superb resistance to anthracnose and powdery mildew along with the ability to grow well in full sun make them good candidates for borders. Zones 5a to 8b. Fresh Seeds of this Wonderful Dogwood called Cornus florida sbsp. urbiniana Mexican Dogwood,Flowering Dogwood, and Eastern Dogwood. Originally from eastern Mexico, this dogwood is a subspecies of our native common flowering dogwood Cornus florida. The large flower bracts are fused at the tips to give it a Chinese Lantern shape. The bracts connect to each other throughout floral development, making a canopy like look over the true flowers in the center. This dogwood holds its foliage much longer than the average native dogwood, prolonging its fall color longer for your enjoyment. This makes them very interesting, but the blue cast to the leaves and superb resistance to anthracnose and powdery mildew along with the ability to grow well in full sun make them good candidates for borders. Zones 5a to 8b.
Cornus florida
sbsp. urbiniana

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Seeds from this tree have blossomed and they do grow true to form. These are Fresh Seeds from a Dogwood called Cornus florida sbsp. urbiniana Mexican Dogwood,Flowering Dogwood,or Eastern Dogwood. Originally from eastern Mexico, this dogwood is a subspecies of our native common flowering dogwood Cornus florida. The large flower bracts are fused at the tips to give it a Chinese Lantern shape. The bracts connect to each other throughout floral development, making a canopy like look over the true flowers in the center. This dogwood holds its foliage much longer than the average native dogwood, prolonging its fall color longer for your enjoyment. This makes them very interesting, but the blue cast to the leaves and superb resistance to anthracnose and powdery mildew along with the ability to grow well in full sun make them good candidates for borders. Zones 5a to 8b.



Cornus florida rubra Northern Red Dogwood

Seeds from Cornus florida rubra. A Native to Missouri this flowering dogwood is a small, deciduous tree which grows 15 to 30 feet. With a low branching, pyramidal but somewhat flat topped look. This pink-flowered tree blooms in early spring. The true flowers of this dogwood are actually tiny, yellowish green and insignificant, being compacted into button like clusters. However, each flower cluster is surrounded by four showy, pink to reddish pink, petal like bracts which open flat, giving the appearance of a single, large, 3 to 4 inch diameter. In autumn, the oval, 6 inch dark green summer leaves turn a dull yellow mixed with green and rose. Bright red fruits which are poisonous to humans, but loved by birds mature in early fall and usually persist until the middle of December. The reddish brown wood is so hard it is used to make tool handles. Zones 5 to 8
Cornus florida rubra Northern Red Dogwood

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Seeds from Cornus florida rubra. A Native to Missouri this flowering dogwood is a small, deciduous tree which grows 15 to 30 feet. With a low branching, pyramidal but somewhat flat topped look. This pink-flowered tree blooms in early spring. The true flowers of this dogwood are actually tiny, yellowish green and insignificant, being compacted into button like clusters. However, each flower cluster is surrounded by four showy, pink to reddish pink, petal like bracts which open flat, giving the appearance of a single, large, 3 to 4 inch diameter. In autumn, the oval, 6 inch dark green summer leaves turn a dull yellow mixed with green and rose. Bright red fruits which are poisonous to humans, but loved by birds mature in early fall and usually persist until the middle of December. The reddish brown wood is so hard it is used to make tool handles. Zones 5 to 8.



Cornus Kousa Chinensis Chinese Dogwood

Seeds from Chinese Dogwood are available here. Cornus kousa Chinensis is a small tree or large shrub, depending on how it is trained. This plant grows rather slowly at first but can eventually reach up to 25 feet tall. It has an upright habit, widening with age. Cornus kousa Chinensis has large pink white flower bracts which can turn pinker with age. The wonderful flowers first appear in early summer and seem to last forever. Edible red fruits are produced. 
The leaves start out rounded and green, but the color changes to beautiful reds and purples in autumn. Cornus kousa Chinensis makes a great specimen tree and it is recommended that you use a fertile, humus rich and neutral to acid soil. They seem to grow best in full sun or partial shade. Cornus kousa Chinensis start out slow, but their growth can speed up after a few years. This Chinese Dogwood is best left to develop a branched head with minimal amounts of pruning. Dead wood should be removed after flowering as they do not like hard pruning.
Cornus Kousa Chinensis Chinese Dogwood

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Seeds from Chinese Dogwood are available here. Cornus kousa Chinensis is a small tree or large shrub, depending on how it is trained. This plant grows rather slowly at first but can eventually reach up to 25 feet tall. It has an upright habit, widening with age. Cornus kousa Chinensis has large pink white flower bracts which can turn pinker with age. The wonderful flowers first appear in early summer and seem to last forever. Edible red fruits are produced each year. The leaves start out rounded and green, but the color changes to beautiful reds and purples in autumn. Cornus kousa Chinensis makes a great specimen tree and it is recommended that you use a fertile, humus rich and neutral to acid soil. They seem to grow best in full sun or partial shade. Cornus kousa Chinensis start out slow, but their growth can speed up after a few years. This Chinese Dogwood is best left to develop a branched head with minimal amounts of pruning. Dead wood should be removed after flowering as they do not like hard pruning. USDA Hardiness Zones 5 to 8



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