* Good tree for striking yellow late summer flowers in upright clusters as large as 2' x 1 1/2'; seed "pods" pinkish, very attractive, good for dried arrangements; bipinnate leaves; upright habit; flowers when young; needs sun; native to China.
* Its common names include China aster and annual aster. * It is native to China,and it is cultivated worldwide as an ornamental plant. * The large solitary flower head grows at the top of the stem and sometimes on branches.
It is native to the Caucasus Mountains of Ukraine , as well as areas north of the Black Sea and westward into Romania . * The narrow, divided leaves are almost thread-like and grow close together on the stems.
Crispa occurs on the current year's growth. Roots should be kept cool, shaded and uniformly moist. Vines typically grow to 6-10' tall. In Missouri, it is found only in certain swampy areas in the far southeastern corner of the state (Steyermark).
* Foot-long clusters of yellow flowers in midsummer, followed by red or brownish "pods" that persist into fall; Dirr calls it a "beautiful dense tree of regular rounded outline, sparingly branched" * It is popularly grown as an ornamental tree in temperate...
Minimum Hardiness Zone: 5
Height: 30-40 feet
Common Name: Golden Rain Tree, Pride Of India, Varnish Tree
Seed used by Aztecs as a hallucinogen. The leaves are spirally arranged, 3-7 cm long with a 1.5-6 cm long petiole. * Ipomoea tricolor is a species of morning glory native to the New World tropics , and widely cultivated and naturalised elsewhere.
* Plants can be grown as a low hedge. * Tolerates most soils, but prefers a good loamy soil, abundant moisture and full sunlight. A very ornamental plant. Hardy to about -20°c. Japonica has been used as traditional medicine by native people, and extracts...
It is an herbaceous, perennial dicot native to eastern and central Canada and United States. Growing up to a meter tall, it lives in zones 4 to 9 in moist to wet soils. * It was believed by some native North American Indian tribes that if the finely ground...
The roasted roots are used with dandelion and chicory roots for making coffee. * A perennial herb with 8" leaves covered with prickly hairs; flowers to 1/2", yellowish white, pink, or purplish, in summer, in nodding clusters; rather coarse; likes rich,...
* A sprawling plant unless staked, perhaps best for romping through a semi-wild border; small blue flowers in considerable numbers in midsummer; full sun or part shade, persistent once established; native to China.
* The specific epithet pungens means "sharply pointed", referring to the leaves. * Our Majestic seed source is the only one that we sell that has a better blue color than Kaibab. * It is also grown for the cut Christmas tree industry.
* The seedcoat contains an extremely lethal poison that was once used by the KGB to dispose of their enemies. * A horticultural annual grown for it big palmate (roundish) leaves, up to 3' wide; full sun, adequate drainage; can become a 40' tree in tropical...
Lavender Hidcote is a compact mounded form typically growing to 20 to 24” tall and featuring deep purple-blue flowers and gray foliage. This “true lavender” is commercially planted for harvesting its oils for use in perfumes.
* Papaver orientale ( Oriental poppy ) is a perennial flowering plant native to the Caucasus, northeastern Turkey, and northern Iran. * The young seed heads are used as a condiment, they are hot and acrid.
The fragrant nectar of Hello Yellow makes it an excellent butterfly attractant. Loves hot sun and is drought tolerant. Drought resistant, attracts butterflies and hummingbirds, fragrant, deer resistant, for a rain garden and great for cut flowers.
Dainty, 3-petaled, pink to lavender pink flowers are held among and above the fine, narrow foliage of this tidy clump forming native perennial. Many of the Spiderworts grown in today's gardens are selections of our native species or are hybrids.
Salt Tolerance: Moderate
Soil & Moisture: Well-draining, sandy soils. Average to dry. Drought resistant once well-established.
USDA Cold Hardiness Zones: 6,7,8,9
Native To / Origin: US - East coast into the southeast / selected by Michael Jenkins
Also known as Lily of the Valley, once these plants are established, they require very little maintenance. They will thrive in shady and moist areas where they can be combined with hellebores, dicentras and Jack-in-the-Pulpits for continuous color.
We recommend feeding your Asclepias incarnata in the very early spring and again in mid summer after all new growth has hardened off and it begins to set flower buds. It is a naturally occurring beneficial fungus that colonizes on the new growing roots...
This easy to grow shade loving perennial prefers a moist humus rich well drained soil. Grande Peacock Ginger goes totally dormant in winter and waits until the soil warms in spring before producing clusters of large rosy pink flowers that fade away before...
pH Range: Mildly Acidic, Neutral
Outdoor Light: Light shade, Filtered Shade, Shade, Cool morning sun
Soil & Moisture: Average moist, well-drained, humus rich soils.
Supplies are limited - reserve your iris now! Attractive foliage with multiple blooms on each 34-40'' stem; sure to complement your home landscape. SHIPS IN FALL Year after year, your iris will explode into spectacular color and unmatched beauty.
* Echinacea is considered to be the most effective detoxicant in Western herbal medicine for the circulatory, lymphatic and respiratory systems. Its cone-shaped flowering heads are usually, but not always purple.
Crop Year: 2016
Quantity: 7.52 lb
Seeds Per Pound: 109,563
Common Name: Purple Coneflower, Eastern Purple Coneflower