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Clematis viticella Purple

seeds Clematis viticella Purple. Purple clematis is a late blooming, small-flowered climber from central southern Europe. The flowers are commonly violet-purple or rose red. These appear from midsummer to early autumn. Prune purple clematis in late winter as new buds begin to show low on the plant. seeds Clematis viticella Purple. Purple clematis is a late blooming, small-flowered climber from central southern Europe. The flowers are commonly violet-purple or rose red. These appear from midsummer to early autumn. Prune purple clematis in late winter as new buds begin to show low on the plant.
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Seeds Clematis viticella Purple. Purple clematis is a late blooming, small-flowered climber from central southern Europe. The flowers are commonly violet-purple or rose red. These appear from midsummer to early autumn. Prune purple clematis in late winter as new buds begin to show low on the plant. Remove all dead material above the new shoots. Use on trellises, walls and upon and among large shrubs to add a vertical interest in the garden Growing 6-10 feet in zones 4-11.



Cocculus carolinus Carolina Moonseed

seeds Cocculus carolinus Carolina Moonseed, Carolina Snailseed, Coralbead.  A deciduous, Missouri native, woody vine which climbs with thin twining stems or scrambles along the ground, and primarily occurs in rocky open woods, wood margins, glades, fence rows, roadsides and stream/pond margins. Best ornamental features are its foliage and its attractive red berries in fall. Hardy in zones 5a-9b. seeds Cocculus carolinus Carolina Moonseed, Carolina Snailseed, Coralbead.  A deciduous, Missouri native, woody vine which climbs with thin twining stems or scrambles along the ground, and primarily occurs in rocky open woods, wood margins, glades, fence rows, roadsides and stream/pond margins. Best ornamental features are its foliage and its attractive red berries in fall. Hardy in zones 5a-9b.
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Seeds Cocculus carolinus Carolina Moonseed, Carolina Snailseed, Coralbead. A deciduous, Missouri native, woody vine which climbs with thin twining stems or scrambles along the ground, and primarily occurs in rocky open woods, wood margins, glades, fence rows, roadsides and stream/pond margins. Best ornamental features are its foliage and its attractive red berries in fall. Hardy in zones 5a-9b.



Coral bean - Rosary pea vine

Abrus Precatouius or Rosary pea Vine also known as Coral Bead vine. A small climbing tropical vine with alternately compound leaves, indigenous to Indonesia but also growing in Surinam. The flowers are small, pale, violet to pink and arranged in clusters. The fruit (a pod) is flat and(1 - 2 long). This seedpod curls back when it opens to reveal the seeds. Hardy in zones 9B-11. Full sun partial shade, well - drained moist soil. Plant in frost free spots. Visit my Gallery for more pictures
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