* Water extract of Jacaranda mimosifolia shows higher antimicrobial action against Bacillus cereus and Escherichia coli than gentamicin sulfate does. * Jacarandas are very widely grown as ornamental trees in Australia.
Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 96
Common Name: Black Poui, Jacaranda, Blue Jacaranda, Green Ebony Tree, The Fern Tree
* A species of Albizia , native to tropical southern Asia , and widely cultivated and naturalised in other tropical and subtropical regions. * A tropical tree with compound leaves and clustered yellow-green flowers.
The leaves are small, < 6.5 cm (2.5 in) long and < 2.0 cm (0.8 in) broad, oblong-lanceolate to narrowly elliptic , thin in texture, and smooth above. The reddish samarae are relatively small, < 8 mm long, narrowly elliptic with two long incurving stigmas...
Once the trees are harvested, they regenerate from their existing root systems, earning them the name of the "Phoenix tree." * Paulownia has the ability to reclaim ecologically stressed and degenerate patches of land relatively quickly.
* Cone-like fruits with bright red seeds mature in fall and can be showy. * A tea is made from the leaves. * The leaves or bark have been placed in cupped hands over the nose and inhaled as a mild hallucinogen.
Height: 60 feet
Quantity: 0.98 lb
Common Name: Sweetbay, Sweetbay Magnolia, Southern Sweetbay Magnolia
* Heart-shaped leaves to 1'; fast grower, yellow and white flowers in late June; large and sometimes rather coarse; fall color yellow, not an asset; tolerates heat and drought; wood slow to rot in soil; native to south central U.S. * The wood is soft,...
The scientific genus name is also used as a common name Kerria . * Kerria japonica , the sole species in the genus Kerria , is a deciduous shrub in the rose family Rosaceae, native to eastern Asia , in China , Japan and Korea .
Used for tool handles, furniture etc. Americana, though it is usually sold under that name. * A fairly wind resistant tree, it can be grown as part of a shelterbelt planting. It weighs 44lbper cubic foot.
Tolerates alkaline soils so long as they are deep and rich in humus. * Very closely related to M. Kobus and possibly no more than a geographical form of that species. Succeeds in acid or neutral soils in sun or part shade.
It is a deciduous flowering shrub or small tree growing to 5 m tall, with smooth, flaking grayish-orange bark. * Stewartia ovata (Mountain Camellia; also Stuartia ovata) is a species of Stewartia native to low to mid-elevations in the southern Appalachian...
It is used in construction, furniture, and wood pulp. * The tree lives in the cold boreal climate on moist soils in mountains or river basins at elevations of 1900-2400 m. The wood is soft, lightweight, and weak.
* Better adapted to growing in zones 7-8 than the seeds collected further north. * A decidious Tree growing to 30 m. Conservation Plant Characteristics Acer saccharum Marsh. * A species of maple native to the hardwood forests of northeastern North America,...
* A deciduous tree native to the southeastern United States from North Carolina south to northwest Florida and west to eastern Texas. * It lives in the understory in moist, rocky soils on river banks, ravines, woods, and cliffs.
* Plants can be used as a tall ground cover for large areas of land. * It is grown as an ornamental plant in gardens, where its August flowering attracts butterflies. * This beautiful large flowering shrub deserves much wider use in the landscape.
* Silky camellia is a large, open-branched shrub growing up to 10 feet tall. * Silky camellia is an under-story woodland species with rich brown colored bark * It grows best in partial shade in well draining soils.
* This mixed wildflower perennial is a double form of columbine that has been used in gardens for a long time, due to its curious flower shape. * It is best to sow as soon as it is ripe in a cold frame.
Common Name: European Columbine, Columbine, Dwarf Columbine
The bark of the trunk is rough, furrowed lightly in older trees to form a block pattern. * The species readily produces suckers from roots and stumps, even after devastation by Dutch elm disease; consequently genetic resources are not considered endangered.
They bloom from late spring to early summer . * Compound leaves with leaflets in threes grow on fleshy green to pink stems up to 3 feet (0.9 m). Seeds with whitish elaiosomes are borne in long pods .The plant often goes dormant in summer after blooming.
The tree is frequently seen as a component of oak-heath forests. * Sourwood or sorrel tree (Oxydendrum arboreum, /??ks??d?ndr?m ?r?b??ri?m/) is the sole species in the genus Oxydendrum, in the family Ericaceae.
Collection Locale: Tennessee
Crop Year: 2014
Common Name: Sourwood, Lily Of The Valley Tree, Sorrel Tree
Leaves are non-compound, with 5 shallow lobes, the blade up to 10 cm long, with teeth along the edges. * Distinguishing bearded maple from other similar species is quite easy if you look at the undersides of the leaves, where you'll see a sparse hairiness...