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Leontochir ovallei Lions Claw Garra Leon

seeds of Leontochir ovallei Lions Claw or Garra Leon is one of the rarest and most spectacular flowers of Chile.  Plants with massed heads of black-throated red flowers atop sinuous stems. A hardy climber plant that trails, climbs or creeps in and over rocks. It produces long stems closely and interestingly clad with stubby, claw-like leaves. Thank you so much for looking at my store. Growing to 16 inches hardy in zones 10-11. seeds of Leontochir ovallei Lions Claw or Garra Leon is one of the rarest and most spectacular flowers of Chile.  Plants with massed heads of black-throated red flowers atop sinuous stems. A hardy climber plant that trails, climbs or creeps in and over rocks. It produces long stems closely and interestingly clad with stubby, claw-like leaves. Thank you so much for looking at my store. Growing to 16 inches hardy in zones 10-11.
Leontochir ovallei Lions Claw Garra Leon

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Seeds from Leontochir ovallei Lions Claw or Garra Leon is one of the rarest and most spectacular flowers of Chile. Plants with massed heads of black-throated red flowers atop sinuous stems. A hardy climber plant that trails, climbs or creeps in and over rocks. It produces long stems closely and interestingly clad with stubby, claw-like leaves. Growing to 16 inches hardy in zones 10-11.



Lonicera ciliosa Orange Honeysuckle

seeds of this Lonicera which is a deciduous woody, climbing vine reaching heights of 20 ft. The leaves are oval with a small pointed tip. The uppermost pair of leaves is completely fused around the stem and inflorescence.  The flowers bloom in clusters on the branch tips of around 20 orange tubular flowers.  The fruits are in clusters of small red-orange berries. Orange honeysuckle blooms between May and July. Zones 7 to 11. seeds of this Lonicera which is a deciduous woody, climbing vine reaching heights of 20 ft. The leaves are oval with a small pointed tip. The uppermost pair of leaves is completely fused around the stem and inflorescence.  The flowers bloom in clusters on the branch tips of around 20 orange tubular flowers.  The fruits are in clusters of small red-orange berries. Orange honeysuckle blooms between May and July. Zones 7 to 11.
Lonicera ciliosa Orange Honeysuckle

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Seeds from this Lonicera which is a deciduous woody, climbing vine reaching heights of 20 ft. The leaves are oval with a small pointed tip. The uppermost pair of leaves is completely fused around the stem and inflorescence. The flowers bloom in clusters on the branch tips of around 20 orange tubular flowers. The fruits are in clusters of small red-orange berries. Orange honeysuckle blooms between May and July. Zones 7 to 11.



Lonicera etrusca Donald Waterer Honeysuckle

seeds of Donald Waterer Honeysuckle Lonicera etrusca. A small to medium sized deciduous shrub or small tree to 14 feet A woody, deciduous to semi-evergreen climber with mid-green, oval or obovate shaped leaves, and red flowers that turn yellow-orange and white on the interior. Flowers begin in late spring and continue sporadically until fall, depending on zone. This is an extremely fragrant vine especially suited to entryways. Evergreen in milder areas, partly or wholly deciduous in colder regions. Tolerant of deer, drought, heat & humidity, pollutio and rabbits. Hardy in zones 7-9. seeds of Donald Waterer Honeysuckle Lonicera etrusca. A small to medium sized deciduous shrub or small tree to 14 feet A woody, deciduous to semi-evergreen climber with mid-green, oval or obovate shaped leaves, and red flowers that turn yellow-orange and white on the interior. Flowers begin in late spring and continue sporadically until fall, depending on zone. This is an extremely fragrant vine especially suited to entryways. Evergreen in milder areas, partly or wholly deciduous in colder regions. Tolerant of deer, drought, heat & humidity, pollutio and rabbits. Hardy in zones 7-9.
Lonicera etrusca Donald Waterer Honeysuckle

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Seeds from Donald Waterer Honeysuckle Lonicera etrusca. A small to medium sized deciduous shrub or small tree to 14 feet A woody, deciduous to semi-evergreen climber with mid-green, oval or obovate shaped leaves, and red flowers that turn yellow-orange and white on the interior. Flowers begin in late spring and continue sporadically until fall, depending on zone. This is an extremely fragrant vine especially suited to entryways. Evergreen in milder areas, partly or wholly deciduous in colder regions. Tolerant of deer, drought, heat & humidity, pollutio and rabbits. Hardy in zones 7-9.



Lonicera japonica Aureoreticulata Goldennet

Here I am offering seeds from the Lonicera japonica Aureoreticulata Goldennet plant. This vining shrub Lonicera japonica Aureoreticulata or Goldnet Honeysuckle, grows to 10 feet along fences or can be trained into a shrub form. The real attraction is the wonderful oval evergreen to semi evergreen leaves are bright green laced with yellow. This very unusual variety produces the usual fagrant blossoms in the spring and again late fall. and is very easy to grow and does keep in bounds compared to other honeysuckles. Grow it as a twining vine up a small tree, fence or arbor or use it as a ground cover. USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 10
Lonicera japonica Aureoreticulata Goldennet

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Here I am offering seeds from the Lonicera japonica Aureoreticulata Goldennet plant. This vining shrub Lonicera japonica Aureoreticulata or Goldnet Honeysuckle, grows to 10 feet along fences or can be trained into a shrub form. The real attraction is the wonderful oval evergreen to semi evergreen leaves are bright green laced with yellow. This very unusual variety produces the usual fagrant blossoms in the spring and again late fall. and is very easy to grow and does keep in bounds compared to other honeysuckles. Grow it as a twining vine up a small tree, fence or arbor or use it as a ground cover. USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 10.



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