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Ehretia rigida - Puzzle bush

seeds of Ehretia rigida - Puzzle bush. This is a deciduous small tree or shrub, usually multistemmed, with an untidy rounded crown. Growing up to 10 feet in zones 8b-11 in full sun. It has tangled branches which arch downwards or droop. This rather haphazard look gives it its common names, puzzle bush. The leaves can be smooth or covered with stiff hairs that are rough to the touch. It has small leaf stalks of about 1 inch long. The flowers grow in dense clusters on the branches. These pale mauve, blue or white fragrant flowers can only be seen in spring. The puzzle bush is becoming very popular as a garden plant because it is hardy and drought resistant. very attractive to birds and insects and is therefore a wonderful addition to the wildlife garden. It can be pruned to make a shape and can also be used as a hedge in a garden. Ripe fruits of this plant are edible but not tasty.ery attractive to birds and insects and is therefore a wonderful addition to the wildlife garden. It can be pruned to make a shape and can also be used as a hedge in a garden. Ripe fruits of this plant are edible but not tasty. It can easily grow from seed and cuttings. Use river sand or a mixture of river sand and compost to sow the seedlings. They should be sown in a seedling tray and be covered with a thin layer of sand. Do not sow the seeds too deeply. seeds of Ehretia rigida - Puzzle bush. This is a deciduous small tree or shrub, usually multistemmed, with an untidy rounded crown. Growing up to 10 feet in zones 8b-11 in full sun. It has tangled branches which arch downwards or droop. This rather haphazard look gives it its common names, puzzle bush. The leaves can be smooth or covered with stiff hairs that are rough to the touch. It has small leaf stalks of about 1 inch long. The flowers grow in dense clusters on the branches. These pale mauve, blue or white fragrant flowers can only be seen in spring. The puzzle bush is becoming very popular as a garden plant because it is hardy and drought resistant. very attractive to birds and insects and is therefore a wonderful addition to the wildlife garden. It can be pruned to make a shape and can also be used as a hedge in a garden. Ripe fruits of this plant are edible but not tasty.ery attractive to birds and insects and is therefore a wonderful addition to the wildlife garden. It can be pruned to make a shape and can also be used as a hedge in a garden. Ripe fruits of this plant are edible but not tasty. It can easily grow from seed and cuttings. Use river sand or a mixture of river sand and compost to sow the seedlings. They should be sown in a seedling tray and be covered with a thin layer of sand. Do not sow the seeds too deeply.
Ehretia rigida - Puzzle bush

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Seeds from this small shrub Dictamnus albus also known as as Gas plant or Burning Bush. This is a perennial grows up to 3 feet and almost as wide and is hardy in zones 3a-9b. .



Eriobotrya japonica Japanese Loquat

seeds of Ehretia rigida - Puzzle bush. This is a deciduous small tree or shrub, usually multistemmed, with an untidy rounded crown. Growing up to 10 feet in zones 8b-11 in full sun. It has tangled branches which arch downwards or droop. This rather haphazard look gives it its common names, puzzle bush. The leaves can be smooth or covered with stiff hairs that are rough to the touch. It has small leaf stalks of about 1 inch long. The flowers grow in dense clusters on the branches. These pale mauve, blue or white fragrant flowers can only be seen in spring. The puzzle bush is becoming very popular as a garden plant because it is hardy and drought resistant. very attractive to birds and insects and is therefore a wonderful addition to the wildlife garden. It can be pruned to make a shape and can also be used as a hedge in a garden. Ripe fruits of this plant are edible but not tasty.ery attractive to birds and insects and is therefore a wonderful addition to the wildlife garden. It can be pruned to make a shape and can also be used as a hedge in a garden. Ripe fruits of this plant are edible but not tasty. It can easily grow from seed and cuttings. Use river sand or a mixture of river sand and compost to sow the seedlings. They should be sown in a seedling tray and be covered with a thin layer of sand. Do not sow the seeds too deeply.
Eriobotrya japonica Japanese Loquat

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Seeds from Chinese Loquat, Japanese plum or Eriobotrya japonica. This slow growing multibranched tree can be pruned into a standard with a single trunk or even better espaliered to a wall or fence. When steamed or baked the loquat fruit develops a delicious undertone of flavor very similar to nectarines and peaches. It can grow to 16'-25' and 15' across. The oval leaves are very waxy about 5 inches long. The flowers are very small on thousands of them when they are all in blossom and the aroma can be enjoyed for anyone within 25' of the tree in the early fall when in bloom. It grows in full sun to part shade with very little extra care and have very few insect problems. Hardy in zones 7-11.



Eriogonum thymoides or thymeleaf buckwheat

Eriogonum thymoides or thymeleaf buckwheat .A  Perennial that has a low mat of narrow leaves and short stems with flowers in a variety of solid and bi-color hues from cream, yellow, orange and red in summer.  Sun, low water, very well drained soil.  Slow growing small-scale plant for containers and small rock garden. Zones 5-10. Eriogonum thymoides or thymeleaf buckwheat .A  Perennial that has a low mat of narrow leaves and short stems with flowers in a variety of solid and bi-color hues from cream, yellow, orange and red in summer.  Sun, low water, very well drained soil.  Slow growing small-scale plant for containers and small rock garden. Zones 5-10.
Eriogonum thymoides or thymeleaf buckwheat

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Seeds from this Eriogonum thymoides or thymeleaf buckwheat. A Perennial that has a low mat of narrow leaves and short stems with flowers in a variety of solid and bi color hues from cream, yellow, orange and red in summer. 10 x 20 feet Sun, low water, very well drained soil. Slow growing small scale plant for containers and small rock garden. Zones 5 to 10.



Eryngium alternatum Mexican Sea Holly

Seeds from Eryngium alternatum Mexican Sea Holly. These rarely offered seeds will give your garden a real focal point. This giant grows 5 feet tall and 3 feet wide. The bees love this one with its spiky variegated foliage. Loves dry conditions in full to part sun in zones 9-11
Eryngium alternatum Mexican Sea Holly

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Seeds from Eryngium alternatum Mexican Sea Holly. These rarely offered seeds will give your garden a real focal point. This giant grows 5 feet tall and 3 feet wide. The bees love this one with its spiky variegated foliage. Loves dry conditions in full to part sun in zones 9-11.



Erythrina caffra Kaffir Coral tree

seeds of Erythrina caffra fusca Kaffir Coral tree blooms in the early spring.  Erythrina caffra is used in public spaces such as street medians, parkways and business parks. It is widely loved for its warm red to scarlet-coloured flowers, which appear from the cold winter months up to spring This tree will sporadically continue to bloom throughout much of the rest of the year. Growing 25-30 feet in zones 9a-11. seeds of Erythrina caffra fusca Kaffir Coral tree blooms in the early spring.  Erythrina caffra is used in public spaces such as street medians, parkways and business parks. It is widely loved for its warm red to scarlet-coloured flowers, which appear from the cold winter months up to spring This tree will sporadically continue to bloom throughout much of the rest of the year. Growing 25-30 feet in zones 9a-11.
Erythrina caffra Kaffir Coral tree

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Seeds from Erythrina caffra fusca Kaffir Coral tree blooms in the early spring. Erythrina caffra is used in public spaces such as street medians, parkways and business parks. It is widely loved for its warm red to scarlet-coloured flowers, which appear from the cold winter months up to spring This tree will sporadically continue to bloom throughout much of the rest of the year. Growing 25-30 feet in zones 9a-11.



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