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Cedar-of-Goa, Mexican White Cedar, Mexican Cypress Cupressus lusitanica     - Cupressus lindleyi
Price : CALL

* Cupressus lusitanica , ( Cedro Blanco ; Teotlate , distinctive names used in Mexico); Cedro Blanco means White Cedar and is also known as Mexican White Cedar , is a species of cypress native to Mexico and Central America ( Guatemala , El Salvador and...
  • Family: Cupressaceae
  • Genus: Cupressus
  • Species: lusitanica
  • Height: 120 feet
United States
New Mexico
Choctawhatchee Sand Pine, Sand Pine Pinus clausa    Choctawhatchee
Prices start at : 6.95 USD / 1 packet

* Pinus clausa ( Sand Pine , Sandhill Pine ) is a small, often shrubby tree from 5–10 m (16–33 ft), exceptionally to 21 m (69 ft) tall, found in two separate locations, one across central peninsular Florida , and the other in the western Florida panhandle...
  • Crop Year: 2017
  • Common Name: Choctawhatchee Sand Pine, Sand Pine
  • Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 20
  • Location: Choctawhatchee
  • Purity: 99%
  • Germination Test Type: cut
United States
New Mexico
Japanese Black Pine Pinus thunbergii    China - Pinus thunbergiana    China
Prices start at : 4.95 USD / 1 packet

* Because of its resistance to pollution and salt, it is a popular horticultural tree. * Extremely salt tolerant, good for seaside planting and holding beach sand in place. Needles tend to be quite long but can be reduced with the pruning techniques.
  • Botanical Name: Pinus thunbergii China
  • Collection Locale: China
  • Family: PINACEAE
  • Common Name: Japanese Black Pine
  • Height: 120 feet
  • Purity: 99%
United States
New Mexico
Southern Wax Myrtle Myrica cerifera
Price : CALL

Three consecutive years of shoot destruction may kill all plants affected. As of 1991, no known fire has killed this plant's roots. However, this plant will not survive shoot destruction indefinitely.
  • Common Name: Southern Wax Myrtle
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 6
  • Species: cerifera
  • Botanical Name: Myrica cerifera dried berries
United States
New Mexico
Myrtle Oak Quercus myrtifolia
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It is often found in coastal areas on sandy soils. It is native to the southeastern United States ( Mississippi , Alabama , Florida , Georgia , South Carolina ). It is part of the red oak group.
  • Family: Fagaceae
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 8
  • Botanical Name: Quercus myrtifolia
  • Genus: Quercus
United States
New Mexico
Cloeziana Gum, Queensland Messmate, Gympie Messmate, Yellow Messmate, Dead Finish Eucalyptus cloeziana
Prices start at : 4.95 USD / 1 packet

* Eucalyptus cloeziana, Gympie Messmate, is a small to tall tree with rough bark on most or the whole of the trunk and larger branches. * The tree reaches its best development in the Gympie region, where some magnificent forest trees attain heights near...
  • Collection Locale: Guatemala
  • Botanical Name: Eucalyptus cloeziana
  • Height: 150 feet
  • Purity: 96%
  • Seeds Per Pound: 1,162,240
  • Germination: 80%
United States
New Mexico
Douglas Fir Pseudotsuga menziesii  glauca  AZ Kaibab
Prices start at : 8.95 USD / 1 packet

* It is planted as a specimen tree or in mass screenings. Mice, voles, shrews, and chipmunks consumed an estimated 65 percent of a Douglas fir seed crop following dispersal in western Oregon.
  • Genus: Pseudotsuga
  • Seeds Per Pound: 34,277
  • Species: menziesii
  • Family: Pinaceae
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 5
  • Purity: 99%
United States
New Mexico
Calabrian Pine, Turkish Pine, Brutia Pine, East Mediterranean Pine Pinus halepensis  brutia   - Pinus brutia
Prices start at : 4.95 USD / 1 packet

The bark is orange-red, thick and deeply fissured at the base of the trunk, and thin and flaky in the upper crown. It generally occurs at low altitudes, mostly from sea level to 600 metres (2,000 ft), up to 1,200 metres (3,900 ft) in the south of its...
  • Seeds Per Pound: 9,080
  • Quantity: 1.26 lb
  • Genus: Pinus
  • Germination: 98%
  • Common Name: Calabrian Pine, Turkish Pine, Brutia Pine, East Mediterranean Pine
  • Germination Test Type: cut
United States
New Mexico
Italian Cypress Cupressus sempervirens
Prices start at : 3.95 USD / 1 packet

* An essential oil is distilled from the shoots. * A popular wood for building uses, cabinet making and wardrobes, especially since it retains its fragrance, repels moths and is impervious to woodworm.
  • Height: 100-115 feet
  • Germination Test Type: cut
  • Species: sempervirens
  • Seeds Per Pound: 59,874
  • Botanical Name: Cupressus sempervirens
  • Quantity: 4.17 lb
United States
New Mexico
Douglas Fir Pseudotsuga menziesii  glauca  AZ Apache
Prices start at : 4.95 USD / 1 packet

* It is planted as a specimen tree or in mass screenings. Mice, voles, shrews, and chipmunks consumed an estimated 65 percent of a Douglas fir seed crop following dispersal in western Oregon.
  • Quantity: 3.41 lb
  • Crop Year: 2016
  • Height: 60-80 feet
  • Germination Test Type: Actual
  • Botanical Name: Pseudotsuga menziesii glauca AZ Apache
  • Location: AZ Apache
United States
New Mexico
Italian Cypress Cupressus sempervirens
Prices start at : 3.95 USD / 1 packet

* An essential oil is distilled from the shoots. * A popular wood for building uses, cabinet making and wardrobes, especially since it retains its fragrance, repels moths and is impervious to woodworm.
  • Seeds Per Pound: 59,874
  • Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 92
  • Germination: 71%
  • Genus: Cupressus
  • Crop Year: 2016
  • Common Name: Italian Cypress
United States
New Mexico
Lobbii Japanese Red Cedar Cryptomeria japonica   Lobbii
Prices start at : 8.95 USD / 1 packet

* The wood is strongly rot resistant, easily worked, and is used for buildings, bridges, ships, lamp posts, furniture, utensils, and paper manufacture. * 'Lobbii' - This is a fastigiate/columnar form, growing to 30' tall and much less wide.
  • Botanical Name: Cryptomeria japonica Lobbii
  • Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 41
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 6
  • Cultivar: Lobbii
  • Quantity: 0.44 lb
  • Purity: 99%
United States
New Mexico
Aleppo Pine, Jerusalem Pine Pinus halepensis
Prices start at : 4.95 USD / 1 packet

* Turpentine consists of an average of 20% of the oleo-resin. * It is widely planted for timber in its native area, being one of the most important trees in forestry in Algeria and Morocco.
  • Common Name: Aleppo Pine, Jerusalem Pine
  • Botanical Name: Pinus halepensis
  • Species: halepensis
  • Family: Pinaceae
  • Collection Locale: Italy
  • Genus: Pinus
United States
New Mexico
English Holly Ilex aquifolium
Prices start at : 4.95 USD / 1 packet

* Spiny, shiny, dark green leaves, fragrant white flowers in May; quarter-inch red fruit, very attractive; parent of many cultivars. * An excellent hedge plant, tolerating hard clipping and maritime exposure and forming a dense stock-proof shelter.
  • Crop Year: 2007
  • Genus: Ilex
  • Quantity: 1.2 lb
  • Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 26
  • Purity: 99%
  • Lot#: 070451
United States
New Mexico
Slash Pine Pinus elliottii
Prices start at : 5.95 USD / 1 packet

* Slash Pine is named after the "slashes" – swampy ground overgrown with trees and bushes – that constitute its habitat. It is fast-growing, but not very long-lived by pine standards (to 200 years), and prefers humid climates and moist soil.
  • Collection Locale: China
  • Common Name: Slash Pine
  • Germination Test Type: cut
  • Seeds Per Pound: 16,344
  • Botanical Name: Pinus elliottii
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 8
United States
New Mexico
Deodar Cedar, Himalayan Cedar, Deodar Cedrus deodara
Prices start at : 4.95 USD / 1 packet

* Thrives on most soils, being very tolerant of dry sites and of drought when it is established. Succeeds in very chalky soils. It grows beautifully in the south and west coast in the U.S. Mature specimens have a graceful, horizontal, weeping habit with...
  • Germination Test Type: cut
  • Crop Year: 2017
  • Species: deodara
  • Botanical Name: Cedrus deodara
  • Seeds Per Pound: 3,632
  • Collection Locale: India
United States
New Mexico
Spruce Pine Pinus glabra
Prices start at : 8.95 USD / 1 packet

* Pinus glabra differs markedly from most other pines in that it does not occur in largely pure pine forests, but is typically found as scattered trees in moist woodland habitats in mixed hardwood forest.
  • Height: 60-100 feet
  • Collection Locale: CP Southern US
  • Botanical Name: Pinus glabra
  • Crop Year: 1987
  • Germination Test Type: cut
  • Germination: 91%
United States
New Mexico
Utah Juniper Juniperus osteosperma     - Juniperus utahensis
Prices start at : 4.95 USD / 1 packet

It is native to the southwestern United States , in Utah , Nevada , Arizona , western New Mexico , western Colorado , Wyoming , southern Montana , southern Idaho and eastern California .
  • Height: 30-40 feet
  • Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 12
  • Family: Cupressaceae
  • Species: osteosperma
  • Germination: 50%
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 4
United States
New Mexico
Luckynut, Yellow Oleander Thevetia peruviana     - Thevetia neriifolia    , Cascabela thevetia
Prices start at : 7.95 USD / 1 packet

* Flowers bloom from summer to fall. Many cases of intentional and accidental poisoning of humans are known. Its leaves are willow-like, linear-lanceolate, and glossy green in color.
  • Purity: 99%
  • Species: peruviana
  • Family: Apocynaceae
  • Quantity: 1.28 lb
  • Seeds Per Pound: 112
  • Common Name: Luckynut, Yellow Oleander
United States
New Mexico
Norfolk Island Pine, Star Pine Araucaria excelsa     - Araucaria heterophylla
Price : CALL

* In the wild, it may grow to as much as 200' tall. * The tree is endemic to Norfolk Island , a small island in the Pacific Ocean between Australia , New Zealand and New Caledonia.
  • Common Name: Norfolk Island Pine, Star Pine
  • Botanical Name: Araucaria excelsa
  • Family: ARAUCARIACEAE
  • Species: excelsa
United States
New Mexico
Michoacan Pine, Pino blanco, Pino lacio, Pino prieto Pinus devoniana     - Pinus michoacana
Prices start at : 4.95 USD / 1 packet

* It is found in Mexico - from S. Sinaloa to Chiapas - and Guatemala in montane, relatively open pine or pine-oak forests at altitudes from 900 to 2500 m. * Pinus devoniana is closely related to Pinus montezumae (the Montezuma Pine).
  • Species: devoniana
  • Crop Year: 2013
  • Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 16
  • Genus: Pinus
  • Botanical Name: Pinus devoniana
  • Germination Test Type: cut
United States
New Mexico
Longleaf Pine, Longleaf Yellow Pine, Southern Yellow Pine Pinus palustris
Prices start at : 5.95 USD / 1 packet

Dark green needles, to 18" (9" in older trees), in tufts at ends of branchlets; hangs on to its cones (to 20") for as long as 20 years; native from Virginia to Florida and Mississippi.
  • Crop Year: 2017
  • Height: 98-110 feet
  • Family: Pinaceae
  • Species: palustris
  • Germination: 97%
  • Genus: Pinus
United States
New Mexico
Montezuma Pine, Ocote Pinus montezumae
Price : CALL

Kenya, Malawi, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Bolivia at high altitudes. * Planted commercially: in South Africa and Queensland, Australia at mid altitudes. It is native to Mexico and Central America , where it is known as Ocote .
  • Height: 100-120 feet
  • Genus: Pinus
  • Botanical Name: Pinus montezumae
  • Species: montezumae
United States
New Mexico
Longleaf Pine, Longleaf Yellow Pine, Southern Yellow Pine, Montane Longleaf Pine Pinus palustris    Montane - Pinus australis
Prices start at : 5.95 USD / 1 packet

Useful in coastal landscapes, it adds texture and unique architecture to large scale plantings. Extremely adaptable and common in the sandy or clay-sand ridges of Georgia. * A source of pulp, timber, and turpentine.
  • Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 10
  • Genus: Pinus
  • Germination Test Type: Actual
  • Species: palustris
  • Height: 98-110 feet
  • Common Name: Longleaf Pine, Longleaf Yellow Pine, Southern Yellow Pine, Montane Longleaf Pine
United States
New Mexico
Spruce Pine Pinus glabra
Prices start at : 8.95 USD / 1 packet

* Pinus glabra differs markedly from most other pines in that it does not occur in largely pure pine forests, but is typically found as scattered trees in moist woodland habitats in mixed hardwood forest.
  • Botanical Name: Pinus glabra
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 8
  • Species: glabra
  • Crop Year: 1987
  • Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 17
  • Height: 60-100 feet
United States
New Mexico
Staranise Tree Illicium verum
Prices start at : 5.95 USD / 1 packet

* A spice commonly called star anise, staranise, star anise seed, Chinese star anise or badiam that closely resembles anise in flavor is obtained from the star-shaped pericarp of the fruit of Illicium verum which are harvested just before ripening.
  • Species: verum
  • Common Name: Staranise Tree
  • Purity: 99%
  • Height: 10-15 feet
  • Germination Test Type: cut
  • Botanical Name: Illicium verum
United States
New Mexico
Cedar-of-Goa, Mexican White Cedar, Mexican Cypress Cupressus lusitanica     - Cupressus lindleyi
Price : CALL

* Cupressus lusitanica , ( Cedro Blanco ; Teotlate , distinctive names used in Mexico); Cedro Blanco means White Cedar and is also known as Mexican White Cedar , is a species of cypress native to Mexico and Central America ( Guatemala , El Salvador and...
  • Botanical Name: Cupressus lusitanica
  • Height: 120 feet
  • Common Name: Cedar-of-Goa, Mexican White Cedar, Mexican Cypress
  • Species: lusitanica
United States
New Mexico
Texas Palmetto, Rio Grande Palmetto, Mexican Palmeto Sabal mexicana
Prices start at : 8.95 USD / 1 packet

The roots contain tannin. The best quality is from young leaf stalks still in the bud, whilst coarser material is obtained from older leaves or the bases of old leaf stalks surrounding the bud.
  • Germination: 98%
  • Collection Locale: Louisiana
  • Common Name: Texas Palmetto, Rio Grande Palmetto, Mexican Palmeto
  • Seeds Per Pound: 675
  • Crop Year: 2012
  • Height: 30-40 feet
United States
New Mexico
Southern Wax Myrtle Myrica cerifera
Price : CALL

Three consecutive years of shoot destruction may kill all plants affected. As of 1991, no known fire has killed this plant's roots. However, this plant will not survive shoot destruction indefinitely.
  • Species: cerifera
  • Genus: Myrica
  • Height: 15-40 feet
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 6
United States
New Mexico