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Cryptostegia madagascariensis Rubber Vine

seeds of this very unusual Cryptostegia madagascariensis or Madagascar Rubber Vine. This evergreen vine grows to 15 feet in zones 9b-11 with very shiny green leaves. The 2 inch lavender flowers cover the plant off and on throughout the season. This plant can be shaped into a cascading bush or trained into a standard.
Cryptostegia madagascariensis Rubber Vine

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Seeds from this very unusual Cryptostegia grandiflora or Rubber Vine. This evergreen vine grows to 15 feet in zones 9b-11 with very shiny green leaves. The 2 inch lavender flowers cover the plant off and on throughout the season. This plant can be shaped into a cascading bush or trained into a standard.



Cucumis anguria Maxixe Prickly cucumber

Seeds of Cucumis anguria Maxixe Prickly cucumber. C. Maxixe is a type of cucumber that was brought to Brazil from Africa during the slave trade. This crop was grown extensively in New England in the 18th and 19th centuries, known as West India Gherkin since it was thought to have originated from the West Indies. It was eaten raw and also pickled for consumption in the winter Seeds of Cucumis anguria Maxixe Prickly cucumber. C. Maxixe is a type of cucumber that was brought to Brazil from Africa during the slave trade. This crop was grown extensively in New England in the 18th and 19th centuries, known as West India Gherkin since it was thought to have originated from the West Indies. It was eaten raw and also pickled for consumption in the winter
Cucumis anguria Maxixe Prickly cucumber

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Seeds from Cucumis anguria Maxixe Prickly cucumber. C. Maxixe is a type of cucumber that was brought to Brazil from Africa during the slave trade. This crop was grown extensively in New England in the 18th and 19th centuries, known as West India Gherkin since it was thought to have originated from the West Indies. It was eaten raw and also pickled for consumption in the winter. Maxixe do Norte is the most popular variety of maxixe in the Northeastern states of Brazil where it is consumed boiled, fried, stewed or used in salads. The fruits of maxixe, which are about the size and shape of a chicken egg, can have either supple spines or smooth skin and are pale green in color. A nice change from the normal cucumbers.



Cydista aequinoctialis Garlic Vine

seeds of Gelsemium sempervirens Carolina Yellow Jasmine Vine.  This is native to the southeastern United States. Carolina jasmine is widely grown as a fragrant ornamental in mild climate areas. Growing evergreen foliage up to more than 20 feet in zone 7-9. A good candidate for containers or growing as ground cover on banks. Blossoms heavily in the spring and spuratically throughout the summer.
Cydista aequinoctialis Garlic Vine

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Seeds from Cydista aequinoctialis Garlic Vine. The Garlic Vine is one of the most rewarding, flowering vines that you can grow. Interestingly enough, it smells like garlic. However, it doesn't smell if the plant is left alone maybe a light fragrance, only when the leaves are crushed will you really smell the garlic. Flowering twice a year you will find it quite often covered with flowers. Flowers start off purple and change to a lighter shade of lavender with age, eventually fading to almost white. You will see 3 different colors of flowers at the same time on the plant. It can be grown in containers and should be trimmed after the flowers are gone. Avoid freezing temperatures. Zones 9-11.



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