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Sarcostemma cynanchoides Milkweed vine

seeds of this hard to find Climbing Milkweed vine Sarcostemma cynanchoides.  Native to the southern USA from Florida to California, commonly twining through shrubs, fences and other supports. Sun loving vine for butterflies is hardy in zones 8-11. The greenish-white to pink petals are fringed with white hairs but the stems and lanceolate to heart-shaped leaves are smooth. Flowers are followed by pairs of pods full of seeds with silken parachutes. This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and birds
Sarcostemma cynanchoides Milkweed vine

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Seeds from this hard to find Climbing Milkweed vine Sarcostemma cynanchoides. Native to the southern USA from Florida to California, commonly twining through shrubs, fences and other supports. Sun loving vine for butterflies is hardy in zones 8 to 11. The greenish white to pink petals are fringed with white hairs but the stems and lanceolate to heart shaped leaves are smooth. Flowers are followed by pairs of pods full of seeds with silken parachutes. This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and birds.



Sarcostemma hirtellum | Trailing Milkweed | Rambling Milkweed

Here I am offering a Starter Plant of Sarcostemma hirtellum, also known as Trailing Milkweed, and Rambling Milkweed. This tropical has a beautiful purple and white bloom which seems to stick around for most of the year. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11
Sarcostemma hirtellum | Trailing Milkweed | Rambling Milkweed

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Here I am offering seeds from Sarcostemma hirtellum, also known as Trailing Milkweed, Funastrum hirtellum, hairy milkweed, and Rambling Milkweed. This tropical has a beautiful purple and white bloom which seems to stick around for most of the year. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11



Schisandra chinensis Magnolia Vine

 = 25 seeds of this Schisandra chinensis or Magnolia Vine. Magnolia Vine is native of E Asia and has elongated oval leaves and clusters of small, whitish-pink flowers, followed by most ornamental, bright red berries. It is one of the most ornamental edible vines you could ever wish to grow. Scratch the bark and an intense, clean fragrance that's a combination of Daphne and lime peel. The flowers of the Magnolia vine are insignificant, but the 4 clusters of bright red berries are gorgeous. Plants are best grown in any humus rich, well drained soil in a partially shaded to sunny spot and is hardy in zones 5-8.
Schisandra chinensis Magnolia Vine

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Seeds from this Schisandra chinensis or Magnolia Vine. Magnolia Vine is native of E Asia and has elongated oval leaves and clusters of small, whitish pink flowers, followed by most ornamental, bright red berries. It is one of the most ornamental edible vines you could ever wish to grow. Scratch the bark and an intense, clean fragrance that is a combination of Daphne and lime peel. The flowers of the Magnolia vine are insignificant, but the 4 clusters of bright red berries are gorgeous. Plants are best grown in any humus rich, well drained soil in a partially shaded to sunny spot and is hardy in zones 5 to 8.



Senecio tamoides Canary creeper

seeds of Canary creeper or senecio tamoides.  Scrambling bright yellow blossoms on mostly evergreen perennial,  creeping along the ground or climbing several meters into the trees. The canary creeper is a tolerant, fast-growing garden plant that grows easiest in full sun, in well-drained composted garden soil against a wall or fence. Feed regularly to encourage good health and to support the vigorous growth and flowering. Water sparingly as this plant is semi-succulent and can tolerate long periods of dryness once it is established.
Senecio tamoides Canary creeper

12 Available Now

Seeds from Canary creeper or Senecio tamoides. Scrambling bright yellow blossoms on mostly evergreen perennial, creeping along the ground or climbing several meters into the trees. The canary creeper is a tolerant, fast growing garden plant that grows easiest in full sun, in well drained composted garden soil against a wall or fence. Feed regularly to encourage good health and to support the vigorous growth and flowering. Water sparingly as this plant is semi succulent and can tolerate long periods of dryness once it is established. Zones 9 to 10



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