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Garlic Chives Allium tuberosum

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Garlic Chives Allium tuberosum

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Seeds from Ptychosperma elegans Solitaire Palm. From the rainforests of Northern Territory and Queensland, Australia, Ptychosperma elegans is a solitary palm, usually to about 20 feet tall, although taller is not uncommon. The slender trunk is grey, prominently ringed and has a relatively short, green crown shaft. Leaves are pinnate, about 6 inches in length and dark green with the usual Ptychosperma jagged ended leaflets. They like a moist, well draining soil and, although fairly tropical in their requirements, adapt well to pot culture and low light making them increasingly popular as an indoor palm. Ptychosperma elegans has been known to survive mild frosts and will survive in some warm temperate areas, particularly with the protection of some overhead canopy. Given sufficient heat, water and fertilizer, they are a fast growing palm and their slender trunks and relatively compact crown make them ideal for smaller areas and group plantings. They will tolerate full sun. Zones 9 to 11.



Gaura lindheimeri Siskiyou Pink

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Gaura lindheimeri Siskiyou Pink

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Pint plant 6 to 12 inches tall of this wonderful Gaura known as Siskiyou Pink or Oenothera lindheimeri. Plants grow 24 to 28 inches tall and produce spires of these bright pink blossoms most of the summer. Plants are hardy in zones 5 to 9 and are very drought tolerant and thrives in high humidity and heat. In full bloom for late spring until fall.



Geum triflorum Prairie Smoke

This wonderfully unusual plant is called Geum triflorum or Prairie Smoke. This pretty pink perennial will blossom into the summer with nice pink blooms. May - June and in the fall it display these clouds of wispy purple haze. Growing only 6 to 12 inches tall in zones 3 to 8, these plants can grow in full sun to part shade and prefer medium to dry soil. Fall planting or stratification needed.
Geum triflorum Prairie Smoke

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This wonderfully unusual plant is called Geum triflorum or Prairie Smoke. This pretty pink perennial will blossom into the summer with nice pink blooms. May thru June and in the fall, it displays these clouds of wispy purple haze. Growing only 6 to 12 inches tall in zones 3 to 8, these plants can grow in full sun to part shade and prefer medium to dry soil. Fall planting or stratification needed.



Green pepper basil | Ocimum selloi

Here I am offering a plant of Ocimum selloi, also known as Green pepper basil. This standout herb has a long history spanning many decades and used around the world by numerous cultures. It really does taste like a combination of green peppers and basil; It is just plain delicious. Grown as an annual, but can stay alive all winter in some locations. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11
Green pepper basil | Ocimum selloi

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Here I am offering a starter plant of Ocimum selloi, also known as Green pepper basil. This standout herb has a long history spanning many decades and it has been used around the world by numerous different cultures. Green pepper basil is a joy to have in the kitchen. It really does taste like a combination of green peppers and basil. It is just plain delicious. Grown as an annual, but can stay alive all winter in some locations. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11



Gynura aurantiaca Purple Velvet

Starter plant of Gynura aurantiaca Purple Velvet plant. This trailing perennial has velvety leaves with violet-purple hairs is often times used as a house plant but I keep mine outside during the warmer weather. Great option for a container plant in sunny to part shade areas.  Growing 2-4 feet, the more sun the deeper the purple fuzzy leaves will be. Hardy in zones 10-12. Starter plant of Gynura aurantiaca Purple Velvet plant. This trailing perennial has velvety leaves with violet-purple hairs is often times used as a house plant but I keep mine outside during the warmer weather. Great option for a container plant in sunny to part shade areas.  Growing 2-4 feet, the more sun the deeper the purple fuzzy leaves will be. Hardy in zones 10-12.
Gynura aurantiaca Purple Velvet

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Pint plant of Gynura aurantiaca Purple Velvet plant. This trailing perennial has velvety leaves with violet-purple hairs is often times used as a house plant but I keep mine outside during the warmer weather. Great option for a container plant in sunny to part shade areas. Growing 2-4 feet, the more sun the deeper the purple fuzzy leaves will be. Hardy in zones 10-12.



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