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Pandanus balansae Screwpine

Seeds of Pandanus balansae. A larger Pandanus native to New Caledonia with sparsed branching and a palm-like crown of wide. Long glossy green leaves. The fruit are large and dense with a cluster of angled yellowish keys. Very Rare.Seeds of Pandanus balansae. A larger Pandanus native to New Caledonia with sparsed branching and a palm-like crown of wide. Long glossy green leaves. The fruit are large and dense with a cluster of angled yellowish keys. Very Rare.
Pandanus balansae Screwpine

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Seeds of Pandanus balansae. A larger Pandanus native to New Caledonia with sparse branching and a palm-like crown of wide. Long glossy green leaves. The fruit are large and dense with a cluster of angled yellowish keys. Very Rare.



Pecan Mahan Nut large Papershell

Mahan Pecan or Florida Giant, Georgia Giant, Masterpiece, Mayhan, Mississippi Giant, Chestnut. I have these beautiful shade trees growing all over my yard as we have heavily fertilized this tree for the past three years. Produces large papershell nuts that are up to 2 1/2 inches long and very easy to crack.  Mid- to late-season pollen shed, with early to mid-season receptivity. Very prolific, with a strong tendency to overbear as a mature tree.   Ripens late, about 12 days after 'Stuart'. Hardy in zones 6-9. This 80 foot  tree will produce the highly sought after nuts after about 4 years.
Pecan Mahan Nut large Papershell

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Seeds from Mahan Pecan or Florida Giant, Georgia Giant, Masterpiece, Mayhan, Mississippi Giant, Chestnut. I have these shade trees growing all over my yard as we have heavily fertilized this tree for the past three years. Produces large paper shell nuts that are up to 2 and a half inches long and very easy to crack. Mid to late season pollen shed, with early to mid season receptivity. Very prolific, with a strong tendency to overbear as a mature tree. Ripens late, about 12 days after Stuart. Hardy in zones 6 to 9. This 80 foot tree will produce the highly sought after nuts after about 4 years.



Pecan Stuart Nut tree Most sought after variety

seeds of best tasting of all the pecans Stuart. I have these beautiful shade trees growing all over my yard as we have heavily fertilized these trees for the past three years. Produces large and much preferred nuts of all the pecan species.  Late to begin growth in spring, making the cultivar hardy in North GA, AR, and OK.  There are more acres of 'Stuart' trees than any other cultivar. Recommended (1990) for planting in AL, AR, FL, GA, MS, NC, OK, SC and TNseeds of best tasting of all the pecans Stuart. I have these beautiful shade trees growing all over my yard as we have heavily fertilized these trees for the past three years. Produces large and much preferred nuts of all the pecan species.  Late to begin growth in spring, making the cultivar hardy in North GA, AR, and OK.  There are more acres of 'Stuart' trees than any other cultivar. Recommended (1990) for planting in AL, AR, FL, GA, MS, NC, OK, SC and TNseeds of best tasting of all the pecans Stuart. I have these beautiful shade trees growing all over my yard as we have heavily fertilized these trees for the past three years. Produces large and much preferred nuts of all the pecan species.  Late to begin growth in spring, making the cultivar hardy in North GA, AR, and OK.  There are more acres of 'Stuart' trees than any other cultivar. Recommended (1990) for planting in AL, AR, FL, GA, MS, NC, OK, SC and TN
Pecan Stuart Nut tree Most sought after variety

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Seeds from best tasting of all the pecans Stuart. I have these shade trees growing all over my yard as we have heavily fertilized these trees for the past three years. Produces large and much preferred nuts of all the pecan species. Late to begin growth in spring, making the cultivar hardy in North GA, AR, and OK. There are more acres of Stuart trees than any other cultivar. Recommended 1990 for planting in AL, AR, FL, GA, MS, NC, OK, SC and TN. Hardy in zones 6 to 9. This 60 foot tree will produce the highly sought after nuts after about 4 years.



Philadelphus lewisii Wild Mock Orange

seeds of Philadelphus lewisii or Wild Mock Orange. A decidous hardiness zone 3-9 rounded 4-5 foot shrubs which send out long new shoots that are red when new and fade to gray with age. The flowers have a heavy, sweet scent similar to orange blossoms with a hint of pineapple. Prefers full sun to partial sun. It is drought-tolerant and will grow in poor soils, and provides a landscape with flashy flowers and a fruity scent. seeds of Philadelphus lewisii or Wild Mock Orange. A decidous hardiness zone 3-9 rounded 4-5 foot shrubs which send out long new shoots that are red when new and fade to gray with age. The flowers have a heavy, sweet scent similar to orange blossoms with a hint of pineapple. Prefers full sun to partial sun. It is drought-tolerant and will grow in poor soils, and provides a landscape with flashy flowers and a fruity scent. seeds of Philadelphus lewisii or Wild Mock Orange. A decidous hardiness zone 3-9 rounded 4-5 foot shrubs which send out long new shoots that are red when new and fade to gray with age. The flowers have a heavy, sweet scent similar to orange blossoms with a hint of pineapple. Prefers full sun to partial sun. It is drought-tolerant and will grow in poor soils, and provides a landscape with flashy flowers and a fruity scent.
Philadelphus lewisii Wild Mock Orange

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Seeds from Philadelphus lewisii or Wild Mock Orange. A deciduous hardiness zone 3 to 9 rounded 4 to 5 foot shrubs which send out long new shoots that are red when new and fade to gray with age. The flowers have a heavy, sweet scent similar to orange blossoms with a hint of pineapple. Prefers full sun to partial sun. It is drought tolerant and will grow in poor soils, and provides a landscape with flashy flowers and a fruity scent.



Phyllanthus emblica Indian gooseberry

Seeds from Phyllanthus emblica or the Indian gooseberry. The tree is small to medium in size, reaching 50' in height, with a crooked trunk and spreading branches. The branchlets are glabrous or finely pubescent, 10?20 cm long, usually deciduous; the leaves are simple, subsessile and closely set along branchlets, light green, resembling pinnate leaves. The flowers are greenish-yellow. The fruit is nearly spherical, light greenish yellow, quite smooth and hard on appearance, with six vertical stripes or furrows. Ripening in autumn, the berries are harvested by hand after climbing to upper branches bearing the fruits. The taste of Indian gooseberry is sour, bitter and astringent, and it is quite fibrous. In India, it is common to eat gooseberries steeped in salt water and turmeric to make the sour fruits palatable. It is also used to straighten hair. Zones 9b to 11.Seeds from Phyllanthus emblica or the Indian gooseberry. The tree is small to medium in size, reaching 50' in height, with a crooked trunk and spreading branches. The branchlets are glabrous or finely pubescent, 10?20 cm long, usually deciduous; the leaves are simple, subsessile and closely set along branchlets, light green, resembling pinnate leaves. The flowers are greenish-yellow. The fruit is nearly spherical, light greenish yellow, quite smooth and hard on appearance, with six vertical stripes or furrows. Ripening in autumn, the berries are harvested by hand after climbing to upper branches bearing the fruits. The taste of Indian gooseberry is sour, bitter and astringent, and it is quite fibrous. In India, it is common to eat gooseberries steeped in salt water and turmeric to make the sour fruits palatable. It is also used to straighten hair. Zones 9b to 11.
Phyllanthus emblica Indian gooseberry

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Seeds from Phyllanthus emblica or the Indian gooseberry. The tree is small to medium in size, reaching 50 feet in height, with a crooked trunk and spreading branches. The branchlets are glabrous or finely pubescent, 10 to 20 cm long, usually deciduous the leaves are simple, subsessile and closely set along branchlets, light green, resembling pinnate leaves. The flowers are greenish yellow. The fruit is nearly spherical, light greenish yellow, quite smooth and hard on appearance, with six vertical stripes or furrows. Ripening in autumn, the berries are harvested by hand after climbing to upper branches bearing the fruits. The taste of Indian gooseberry is sour, bitter and astringent, and it is quite fibrous. In India, it is common to eat gooseberries steeped in salt water and turmeric to make the sour fruits palatable. It is also used to straighten hair. Zones 9b to 11.



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