* Fraxinus velutina ( Velvet Ash or Arizona Ash or Modesto Ash ) is a species of Fraxinus native to southwestern North America , in the United States from southern California east to Texas , and in Mexico from northern Baja California east to Coahuila...
* 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,...
Germination Test Type: cut
Quantity: 2.4 lb
Minimum Hardiness Zone: 5
Common Name: Northern Catalpa, Western Catalpa, Northern Cigar Tree, Catawba Tree, Hardy Catalpa
The fruit pulp is considered a purgative, and self-medication or any use without medical supervision is strongly advised against in Ayurvedic texts. In literature, it is closely associated with the Mullai (forest) region of Sangam landscape * It is the...
* Fraxinus quadrangulata ( Blue Ash ) is a species of Fraxinus native primarily to the Midwestern United States , as well as the Bluegrass region of Kentucky and the Nashville Basin region of Tennessee.
* A source of pulp, timber, and turpentine. Useful in coastal landscapes, it adds texture and unique architecture to large scale plantings. * A vanillin flavouring is obtained as a by-product of other resins that are released from the pulpwood.
Common Name: Longleaf Pine, Longleaf Yellow Pine, Southern Yellow Pine
Giant chinkapin (Castanopsis chrysophylla), also called golden chinkapin, giant evergreen-chinkapin, and goldenleaf chestnut, is an interesting hardwood species in a landscape dominated by coniferous forests.
* It is largely confined to very infertile , excessively well-drained, sandy habitats where competition from larger-growing species is minimized by the harsh growing conditions, as in the Florida scrub .
* The glorious elm that used to line American streets. * Dirr notes that several forms occur, but the one most of us recall fondly divided into several major trunks topped by spreading, arching, pendulous branches.
* It is a subtropical pine and does not tolerate low temperatures or hard frost, surviving temperatures down to about 6 to 10 °C. * Under warm conditions, this is one of the most drought-tolerant pines, living even with less than 200 mm per year.
* An infusion of the dried buds has been used as an eye wash. The 'North Plateau' group includes populations formerly assigned to P. Mason & Stockwell (which is arguably a distinct taxon at the varietal rank), as well as those conventionally assigned...
* American beautyberries produce large clusters of purple berries, which birds and deer eat, thus distributing the seeds. * The fruit is edible raw. * Native to southeastern U.S.; lavender-pink or bluish flowers from mid- to late summer, followed by bright...
* Picea crassifolia is a species of conifer in the Pinaceae family. It is found only in China . * This species of spruce should be grown in areas where drought may be a concern. It is much more drought tolerant than most spruce species.
Plant seeds in the fall and deep soil evenly moist in deep well-drained soil. The Mugo Pine has small dark green evergreen needles helping it to look great all year. Drought tolerant, disease and insect tolerant are also good assets for a bonsai.
Scrub jays cache about 5,000 acorns each year over an average home range of about 6.2 acres (2.5 ha), effectively seedling at a rate of 800 acorns per acre (2,000 per ha). * Coast live oak is a native, drought-resistant, evergreen tree, ranging in height...
* The pecan (pronounced /p??k??n/ , /p??kaen/ , or /?pi?kaen/ ), Carya illinoinensis or illinoensis , is a species of hickory , native to south-central North America , in Mexico from Coahuila south to Jalisco and Veracruz , in the United States from southern...
* A decidious Tree growing to 12 m. * It is in flower from Jul to August, and the seeds ripen in September. * Large shrub or small tree; silvery bark; dark green leaves; flowers fragrant, white to light pink.
Botanical Name: Aesculus californica
Common Name: California Horse Chestnut, California Buckeye
* Most planting in North America was carried out for wildlife food provision, as the species tends to bear heavier crops of acorns than other native American oak species. * Quercus acutissima lives in deciduous forests at altitudes of up to 2,200 metres...
* 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 bark is soft, flaky, tessellated, light brown or yellow-brown, where smooth, greyish white or yellowish above.
Crop Year: 2013
Common Name: Cloeziana Gum, Queensland Messmate, Gympie Messmate, Yellow Messmate, Dead Finish
For the densest cover plants should be cut to ground level each April. It is indigenous to southeast Europe and southwest Asia . * A good ground cover plant, succeeding in the heavy shade of trees and in dry shade.
* Hippocrepis emerus reaches on average 50–150 centimetres (20–59 in) of height, with a maximum of 200 centimetres (79 in). * This plant occurs in northeastern Spain and in central Mediterranean countries up to northern Europe and to Asia Minor and...
* Mountain Pine or Mugo Pine ( Pinus mugo ) is a high-altitude European pine , found in the Pyrenees , Alps , Erzgebirge , Carpathians , northern Apennines and Balkan Peninsula mountains from (mostly) 1,000 m to 2,200 m, occasionally as low as 200 m in...
* Habitat and Range: sandy, gravelly, or rocky slopes, often growing in areas underlain by limestone bedrock. The roundleaf dogwood is also a temperate, northeastern North American species that occurs throughout southern and eastern Ontario; in northern...
Common Name: Roundleaved Dogwood, Roundleaf Dogwood
* Branches usually drooping, smaller in all its parts, of more columnar habit. * Distribution and Ecology USA: Montana (E from 112° W), North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Utah, E Nevada, Colorado, Nebraska, Oklahoma.
Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 20
Common Name: Western Yellow Pine, Ponderosa Pine, Rocky Mountain Ponderosa Pine