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Leycesteria crocothyrsos Yellow Pheasantberry

seeds of Leycesteria Leycesteria crocothyrsos Yellow Pheasantberry.  This hardy shrub grows to 4 feet in USDA zones: 8b-10b. With long panicles of golden yellow trumpets showing stamens, above bronze foliage which grows close to the stems. Blooms in sun to part shade in spring and summer. seeds of Leycesteria crocothyrsos Yellow Pheasantberry.  This hardy shrub grows to 4 feet in USDA zones: 8b-10b. With long panicles of golden yellow trumpets showing stamens, above bronze foliage which grows close to the stems. Blooms in sun to part shade in spring and summer.
Leycesteria crocothyrsos Yellow Pheasantberry

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Seeds from Leycesteria crocothyrsos Yellow Pheasantberry. This hardy shrub grows to 4 feet in USDA zones: 8b-10b. With long panicles of golden yellow trumpets showing stamens, above bronze foliage which grows close to the stems. Blooms in sun to part shade in spring and summer.



Leycesteria formosa Aurea Gold Leaf Honeysuckle

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Leycesteria formosa Aurea Gold Leaf Honeysuckle

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Seeds from Leycesteria formosa Aurea Gold Leaf Honeysuckle. This very unusual variety produces blossoms in the mid summer and bright red berries in the fall. These very unusual drooping maroon and white blossom clusters on the tips of the branches of golden, lime, and burgandy tipped leaves. Really attracts wildlife in USDA zones 7 to 10. The hummingbirds go crazy over it and animals and birds eat the berries and they are supposedly edible with a bitter taste. If the temperature gets below 12F or -10C, the stems will be killed to the ground. The plant is a fast grower and will quickly come back. Mulch is necessary to protect roots from cold temperatures. Very easy to grow and does keep in a nice shrub form.



Ligustrum lucidum

seeds of this fragrant southern shrub Ligustrum quihoui or waxyleaf privet. This plant produces masses of lovely white blossoms in the summer that will cover the plant. In the summer, when in blossom it has a sweet perfumed ordor. Hardy in zones 6-10 growing up to 10-15' in part shade to full sun. This plant is a very fast grower and will reach up to 8 feet tall and 5 feet across quickly, a favorite for evergreen hedges.
Ligustrum lucidum

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Seeds the most fragrant of the southern shrubs, Ligustrum. This plant produces masses of lovely white blossoms in the summer that will cover the plant. In the summer, when in blossom the intoxicating fragrance carries 40 feet from the plant and the neighborhood is perfumed. This plant is a very fast grower and will reach up to 8 feet tall and 5 feet across, a favorite for evergreen hedges. This plant does overwinter outside in my zone 8B area easily and will be hardy even in zones 7 to 10.



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