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Momordica charantia Bitter Melon White Pearl

seeds of Bitter Melon Hybrid White Pearl. Creamy white skin fruits are very beautiful in the gardens and attractive in the markets. This variety has appeared recently in the supermarkets on the West Coast and has been commanding a higher price than other varieties. Tender and high quality fruits with slightly bitter taste are very popular in Taiwan, for stir-fry, salad, stuffing and soup. Fruits are 6-9 inches long and about 3 inches in diameter. The plant grows vigorously in warm climates and bears lots of fruits for a long time.Zones 9-11
Momordica charantia Bitter Melon White Pearl

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Seeds from Bitter Melon Hybrid White Pearl. Creamy white skin fruits are very in the gardens and attractive in the markets. This variety has appeared recently in the supermarkets on the West Coast and has been commanding a higher price than other varieties. Tender and high quality fruits with slightly bitter taste are very popular in Taiwan, for stir-fry, salad, stuffing and soup. Fruits are 6-9 inches long and about 3 inches in diameter. The plant grows vigorously in warm climates and bears lots of fruits for a long time. Zones 9-11



Morrenia Odorata White Milkweed vine

seeds of this Morrenia odorata,Rubber vine, strangler vine, milkweed vine or latex vine. This ornamental perennial milkweed vine from Brazil has 5 inch ivy shaped, deep green leaves and a lovely vanilla fragrance, star-shaped, greenish white flowers and as with most milkweeds it will support the growth of larval Monarch caterpillars.
Morrenia Odorata White Milkweed vine

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seeds of this Morrenia odorata,Rubber vine, strangler vine, milkweed vine or latex vine. This ornamental perennial milkweed vine from Brazil has 5 inch ivy shaped, deep green leaves and a lovely vanilla fragrance, star-shaped, greenish white flowers and as with most milkweeds it will support the growth of larval Monarch caterpillars.



Mucuna macrocarpa

Here I offer seeds from Mucuna macrocarpa, Rusty leaf Mucuna, or Large fruit Mucuna. Mucuna macrocarpa is a plant found in tropical and subtropical regions. A large climber and a native of the East Indies. The vines are used as a Chinese medicinal herb. Their racemes can grow on an average of 21 inches long on mature vines and can have up to 100 beautiful purple and pale yellow flowers. They need a large tree to climb up. This plant does not deserve its reputation for difficult germination. These fresh seeds will set you up for success. Results of almost 100 percent germination can be obtained with this batch. The fresh seeds are soaked in water for a couple of days after some gentle scarification with a steel file. Place in a sterile medium. Vermiculite is better than perlite in this case. Place where the temperature will not go over 81F.The first seeds to germinate will do so within three weeks and the rest will follow within the next two to three months. They need a deep container because the taproot is up to 6 inches long. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11. Here I offer seeds from Mucuna macrocarpa, Rusty leaf Mucuna, or Large fruit Mucuna. Mucuna macrocarpa is a plant found in tropical and subtropical regions. A large climber and a native of the East Indies. The vines are used as a Chinese medicinal herb. Their racemes can grow on an average of 21 inches long on mature vines and can have up to 100 beautiful purple and pale yellow flowers. They need a large tree to climb up. This plant does not deserve its reputation for difficult germination. These fresh seeds will set you up for success. Results of almost 100 percent germination can be obtained with this batch. The fresh seeds are soaked in water for a couple of days after some gentle scarification with a steel file. Place in a sterile medium. Vermiculite is better than perlite in this case. Place where the temperature will not go over 81F.The first seeds to germinate will do so within three weeks and the rest will follow within the next two to three months. They need a deep container because the taproot is up to 6 inches long. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11. Here I offer seeds from Mucuna macrocarpa, Rusty leaf Mucuna, or Large fruit Mucuna. Mucuna macrocarpa is a plant found in tropical and subtropical regions. A large climber and a native of the East Indies. The vines are used as a Chinese medicinal herb. Their racemes can grow on an average of 21 inches long on mature vines and can have up to 100 beautiful purple and pale yellow flowers. They need a large tree to climb up. This plant does not deserve its reputation for difficult germination. These fresh seeds will set you up for success. Results of almost 100 percent germination can be obtained with this batch. The fresh seeds are soaked in water for a couple of days after some gentle scarification with a steel file. Place in a sterile medium. Vermiculite is better than perlite in this case. Place where the temperature will not go over 81F.The first seeds to germinate will do so within three weeks and the rest will follow within the next two to three months. They need a deep container because the taproot is up to 6 inches long. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11. Here I offer seeds from Mucuna macrocarpa, Rusty leaf Mucuna, or Large fruit Mucuna. Mucuna macrocarpa is a plant found in tropical and subtropical regions. A large climber and a native of the East Indies. The vines are used as a Chinese medicinal herb. Their racemes can grow on an average of 21 inches long on mature vines and can have up to 100 beautiful purple and pale yellow flowers. They need a large tree to climb up. This plant does not deserve its reputation for difficult germination. These fresh seeds will set you up for success. Results of almost 100 percent germination can be obtained with this batch. The fresh seeds are soaked in water for a couple of days after some gentle scarification with a steel file. Place in a sterile medium. Vermiculite is better than perlite in this case. Place where the temperature will not go over 81F.The first seeds to germinate will do so within three weeks and the rest will follow within the next two to three months. They need a deep container because the taproot is up to 6 inches long. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11. Here I offer seeds from Mucuna macrocarpa, Rusty leaf Mucuna, or Large fruit Mucuna. Mucuna macrocarpa is a plant found in tropical and subtropical regions. A large climber and a native of the East Indies. The vines are used as a Chinese medicinal herb. Their racemes can grow on an average of 21 inches long on mature vines and can have up to 100 beautiful purple and pale yellow flowers. They need a large tree to climb up. This plant does not deserve its reputation for difficult germination. These fresh seeds will set you up for success. Results of almost 100 percent germination can be obtained with this batch. The fresh seeds are soaked in water for a couple of days after some gentle scarification with a steel file. Place in a sterile medium. Vermiculite is better than perlite in this case. Place where the temperature will not go over 81F.The first seeds to germinate will do so within three weeks and the rest will follow within the next two to three months. They need a deep container because the taproot is up to 6 inches long. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11.
Mucuna macrocarpa

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Here I am offering seeds from Mucuna macrocarpa, Rusty leaf Mucuna, or Large fruit Mucuna. Mucuna macrocarpa is a plant found in tropical and subtropical regions of the World. Rusty leaf Mucuna is a large climber and a native of the East Indies. The vines of Large fruit Mucuna are used as a Chinese medicinal herb. Their racemes normally grow 21 inches long on mature vines, and can have up to 100 beautiful purple and pale yellow flowers on each one. Mucuna macrocarpa definitely needs a large tree to climb up. This plant does not deserve its reputation for being difficult to germinate. These fresh seeds will set you up for success. Results of almost 100 percent germination have been obtained with this batch. The fresh seeds are soaked in water for a day after some gentle and careful scarification with a steel file. Then place the seeds in a sterile medium. Vermiculite is better than perlite in this case. The first seeds to germinate will do so within three weeks and the rest will follow within the next two to three months. They need a deep container because the taproot is up to 6 inches long. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11



Mucuna pruriens Velvet bean Cowitch

Seeds of Mucuna pruriens Velvet bean Cowitch.  A climbing plant that grows up to 30 ft. in length.  It is a very prolific and annual shrub with climbing tendencies. The  herbal adaptogen that is mucuna pruriens is well known for it's wide range of tonifying, strengthening and all around beneficial properties. Perhaps it is best known as a potent herbal aphrodisiac. This annual can be hardy in zones 9b-11. Seeds of Mucuna pruriens Velvet bean Cowitch.  A climbing plant that grows up to 30 ft. in length.  It is a very prolific and annual shrub with climbing tendencies. The  herbal adaptogen that is mucuna pruriens is well known for it's wide range of tonifying, strengthening and all around beneficial properties. Perhaps it is best known as a potent herbal aphrodisiac. This annual can be hardy in zones 9b-11.
Mucuna pruriens Velvet bean Cowitch

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Seeds from Mucuna pruriens Velvet bean Cowitch. A climbing plant that grows up to 30 ft. in length. It is a very prolific and annual shrub with climbing tendencies. The herbal adaptogen that is mucuna pruriens is well known for its wide range of tonifying, strengthening and all around beneficial properties. Perhaps it is best known as a potent herbal aphrodisiac. This annual can be hardy in zones 9b to 11.



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