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Euonymus europaeus European spindle

very fresh seeds of this Helianthus Pro Cut Gold. This annual Sunflower is perfect for the flower arrangers. An excellent mass market gold flowers and a gold disc, great for cutting. 5 foot stems with a single 4 inch flower.
Euonymus europaeus European spindle

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Seeds of Euonymus europaeus European spindle. Euonymus europaeus is a species of flowering plant in the family Celastraceae, A large deciduous shrub native to much of Europe, where it inhabits the edges of forest hedges and gentle slopes It tends to thrive on nutrient rich chalky and salt poor soils. It is also tough and trouble free and can reach a height of 30 feet though it can also be kept trimmed to a shrub size. A native of European hedgerows from which the wood was traditionally used for making spindles. This plant really comes into its own in autumn and winter when its dark green leaves turn blazing scarlet. The summer flowers are followed by orange pink winged fruit which remain long after the leaves have fallen. Plant in view of the house where its vibrant display can be appreciated. The autumn color is spectacular in full sun but will grow reasonably well in partial shade. Zones 4 to 9.



Eupatorium Boneset

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.
Eupatorium Boneset

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This native perennial plant is 2 to 4 inches tall and unbranched, except for some flowering side stems near the apex. The central stem and side stems are covered with long white hairs. The opposite leaves are up to 8 feet long and 2 feet across, and light or yellowish green. Their bases surround the central stem and merge together perfoliate. In shape, they are lanceolate with long narrow tips and serrate margins. There is a conspicuous network of veins, particularly on the lower leaf surface. This lower surface is also pubescent. Some of the upper leaves near the inflorescence are much smaller in size and sessile. The upper stems terminate in clusters of white flowerheads, spanning about 2-8 feet across. Each flowerhead is about one sixth inch across and consists of about 15 disk florets. Each disk floret has 5 spreading lobes and a long divided style, in the manner of other Eupatorium spp. The blooming period is late summer to early fall, which typically lasts about 1 to 2 months for a colony of plants. There is a pleasant floral scent. The florets are replaced by achenes with small tufts of hair, they are dispersed by the wind. The root system is fibrous and produces rhizomes in abundance. Common Boneset typically forms vegetative colonies. Zones 8 to 10.



Euonymus alatus Pink Burning Bush

seeds of this beautiful small shrub Euonymus alatus also known as as Winged Spindle, Winged Euonymus or Burning Bush. This is a deciduous shrub grows up to 8 feet and almost as wide and is a native to eastern Asia. A real showstopper in the fall with it's bright pink leaves and fruit.
Euonymus alatus Pink Burning 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. .



Euonymus Americanus Strawberry Bush

seeds of this native deciduous Euonymus Americanus Strawberry Bush also known as Brook euonymus, Hearts-a-burstin, Bursting-heart, Wahoo.  This 6-10 foot shrub shows off in the fall with these wonderful strawberry shaped bright red seed pods.  Hardy to zones 6-9 and prefers damp soil.seeds of this native deciduous Euonymus Americanus Strawberry Bush also known as Brook euonymus, Hearts-a-burstin, Bursting-heart, Wahoo.  This 6-10 foot shrub shows off in the fall with these wonderful strawberry shaped bright red seed pods.  Hardy to zones 6-9 and prefers damp soil.
Euonymus Americanus Strawberry Bush

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Seeds from this native deciduous Euonymus Americanus Strawberry Bush also known as Brook euonymus, Hearts-a-burstin, Bursting-heart, Wahoo. This 6-10 foot shrub shows off in the fall with these wonderful strawberry shaped bright red seed pods. Hardy to zones 6-9 and prefers damp soil. 3 month cold stratification needed before sowing.



Euterpe oleracea | Assai & Acai Palm

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Euterpe oleracea | Assai & Acai Palm

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Here I am offering seeds from Euterpe oleracea. This tall slender palm grows to about 25 feet high and lives in high heat and humidity. It gives fruit two times a season and is a strong producer. Thousands of fruit a year come from just one tree. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11.



Eutrochium maculatum Gateway | Joe Pye Weed

Here I am offering seeds from Eutrochium maculatum Gateway also known as Joe Pye Weed. Eutrochium maculatum Gateway is native to damp meadows, thickets and coastal areas in eastern North America and is commonly called Joe Pye weed. Gateway is a popular cultivar that is more compact than the subspecies, typically growing shorter to 4 or 5 feet tall and bushier with tighter and thicker inflorescences. It is an erect, clump forming perennial that features serrated dark green leaves up to 8 inches long and typically in whorls of 3 to 4 on sturdy, wine red stems. Tiny, dusky rose pink flowers in huge 12 to 18 inches in diameter bloom in mid summer to early Fall. The flowers attract butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 8.
Eutrochium maculatum Gateway | Joe Pye Weed

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Here I am offering seeds from Eutrochium maculatum Gateway also known as Joe Pye Weed. Eutrochium maculatum Gateway is native to damp meadows, thickets and coastal areas in eastern North America and is commonly called Joe Pye weed. Gateway is a popular cultivar that is more compact than the subspecies, typically growing shorter to 4 or 5 feet tall and bushier with tighter and thicker inflorescences. It is an erect, clump forming perennial that features serrated dark green leaves up to 8 inches long and typically in whorls of 3 to 4 on sturdy, wine red stems. Tiny, dusky rose pink flowers in huge 12 to 18 inches in diameter bloom in mid summer to early Fall. The flowers attract butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 8.



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