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Texas Palmetto, Rio Grande Palmetto, Mexican Palmeto Sabal mexicana
Prices start at : 8.95 USD / 1 packet

Spikes 1.2–1.8 m (3.9–5.9 ft) in length yield small bisexual flowers . The following reports are for S. An excellent fibre is obtained from the leaf stalks. The best quality is from young leaf stalks still in the bud, whilst coarser material is obtained...
  • Family: Arecaceae
  • Seeds Per Pound: 675
  • Species: mexicana
  • Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 14
  • Germination Test Type: cut
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 8
United States
Missouri
Red Buckeye, Firecracker Plant Aesculus pavia    Northern
Price : CALL

* It is in flower in June, and the seeds ripen in September. * When grouped or massed in light shade provided by pines the effect can be spectacular. * Fine plant for naturalizing in moist soils and where there is some shade.
  • Common Name: Red Buckeye, Firecracker Plant
  • Botanical Name: Aesculus pavia Northern
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 5
  • Genus: Aesculus
  • Species: pavia
United States
Missouri
Common Dandelion Taraxacum officinale
Prices start at : 3.95 USD / 1 packet

Grow them year round in your kitchen! The stems can be tinted purplish, they are upright or lax, and produce flower heads that are held as tall or taller than the foliage. * Taraxacum officinale grows from generally unbranched taproots and produces one...
  • Botanical Name: Taraxacum officinale
  • Family: Asteraceae
  • Purity: 98%
  • Seeds Per Pound: 1,059,794
  • Quantity: 0.03 lb
  • Crop Year: 2016
United States
Missouri
Lanceleaf Tickseed, Lance Coreopsis Coreopsis lanceolata
Prices start at : 1.95 USD / 1 packet

This perennial is a native plant found throughout the eastern part of the United States and in many parts of the western U.S., Canada , and Mexico . It is commonly kept as an ornamental plant.
  • Species: lanceolata
  • Germination Test Type: Actual
  • Germination: 90%
  • Crop Year: 2015
  • Purity: 99%
  • Collection Locale: Oregon
United States
Missouri
Emperor\'s Candlesticks Senna alata     - Cassia alata
Prices start at : 9.95 USD / 1 packet

Alata is native to Mexico, and can be found in diverse habitats. They may either be sown directly or started in a nursery. This is mixed with the same amount of vegetable oil and rubbed on the affected area two or three times a day.
  • Family: Fabaceae
  • Botanical Name: Senna alata
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 10
  • Quantity: 0.03 lb
  • Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 18
  • Height: 10-14 feet
United States
Missouri
Big-leaf Linden, Largeleaf Linden, Bigleaf Linden, Cut-leaved Lime, Cut-leaved Linden Tilia platyphyllos
Prices start at : 4.95 USD / 1 packet

The common name Large-leaved Linden is in standard use throughout the English-speaking world except in Britain, where it has largely (but not universally) been replaced by the name Large-leaved Lime .
  • Common Name: Big-leaf Linden, Largeleaf Linden, Bigleaf Linden, Cut-leaved Lime, Cut-leaved Linden
  • Quantity: 41.91 lb
  • Purity: 99%
  • Seeds Per Pound: 3,329
  • Species: platyphyllos
  • Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 12
United States
Missouri
Cocky\'s Tongue Templetonia retusa
Prices start at : 6.95 USD / 1 packet

They are native to Australia. The genus is named in honour of John Templeton, an Irish naturalist and botanist. It is covered in red flowers in the winter and spring. * Templetonia is a dryland shrub that grows 3-7 feet tall.
  • Purity: 99%
  • Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 17
  • Family: Leguminosae
  • Genus: Templetonia
  • Seeds Per Pound: 15,890
  • Crop Year: 2015
United States
Missouri
Black Cumin Nigella sativa
Price : CALL

* Nigella sativa oil contains an abundance of conjugated linoleic (18:2) acid, thymoquinone, nigellone (dithymoquinone), melanthin, nigilline, damascenine, and tannins. The fruit is a large and inflated capsule composed of three to seven united follicles,...
  • Common Name: Black Cumin
  • Family: Ranunculaceae
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: annual
  • Height: 10-12 inches
United States
Missouri
Weeping Boerboon, Weeping Boer-bean, African Walnut, African Greenheart, Tree Fuchsia, Drunk Parrot Tree SCHOTIA brachypetala
Prices start at : 15.95 USD / 1 packet

* The weeping boer-bean is nowhere very common but is usually scattered among other more dominant woodland trees. The red flowers are produced straight after the new leaves during September and October and are very attractive to bees.
  • Purity: 99%
  • Common Name: Weeping Boerboon, Weeping Boer-bean, African Walnut, African Greenheart, Tree Fuchsia, Drunk Parrot Tree
  • Family: LEGUMINOSAE-CAESALPINIOIDEAE
  • Species: brachypetala
  • Quantity: 0.03 lb
  • Seeds Per Pound: 817
United States
Missouri
Red Buckeye, Firecracker Plant Aesculus pavia    Northern
Price : CALL

* It is in flower in June, and the seeds ripen in September. * When grouped or massed in light shade provided by pines the effect can be spectacular. * Fine plant for naturalizing in moist soils and where there is some shade.
  • Botanical Name: Aesculus pavia Northern
  • Location: Northern
  • Family: Hippocastanaceae
  • Common Name: Red Buckeye, Firecracker Plant
  • Genus: Aesculus
United States
Missouri
Pygmy Peashrub Caragana pygmaea
Prices start at : 4.95 USD / 1 packet

A very ornamental plant, it prefers a continental climate with hot summers and cold winters. Some of this nitrogen is utilized by the growing plant but some can also be used by other plants growing nearby.
  • Germination: 98%
  • Genus: Caragana
  • Botanical Name: Caragana pygmaea
  • Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 44
  • Germination Test Type: cut
  • Crop Year: 2017
United States
Missouri
Yaupon, Yaupon Holly, Cassina Ilex vomitoria
Prices start at : 4.95 USD / 1 packet

* A lovely, useful plant with white or gray bark, shiny dark green leaves, translucent quarter-inch scarlet fruit in large quantities; takes well to pruning, adaptable regarding soil; "very picturesquefruit is truly beautiful" (Dirr); native from...
  • Botanical Name: Ilex vomitoria
  • Germination Test Type: cut
  • Family: Aquifoliaceae
  • Height: 15-30 feet
  • Genus: Ilex
  • Quantity: 1.83 lb
United States
Missouri
New Jersey Tea Ceanothus americanus
Prices start at : 5.95 USD / 1 packet

Toothed, broad-ovate, medium to dark green leaves (to 4" long) are gray and hairy below. * White flowers in panicles, midsummer; a handsome shrub with dark green 3" leaves, compact and very adaptable regarding sun and moisture, doesn't mind drought *...
  • Height: 2-3 feet
  • Genus: Ceanothus
  • Seeds Per Pound: 108,960
  • Common Name: New Jersey Tea
  • Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 47
  • Quantity: 0.19 lb
United States
Missouri
Sourwood, Lily Of The Valley Tree, Sorrel Tree Oxydendrum arboreum
Prices start at : 3.95 USD / 1 packet

It is native to eastern North America, from southern Pennsylvania south to northwest Florida and west to southern Illinois; it is most common in the lower chain of the Appalachian Mountains.
  • Height: 50-75 feet
  • Purity: 95%
  • Family: Ericaceae
  • Collection Locale: Tennessee
  • Germination Test Type: estimate
  • Germination: 40%
United States
Missouri
Running-postman, Scarlet Runner Kennedia prostrata
Prices start at : 9.95 USD / 1 packet

* It is a prostrate or twining shrub which can spread to a width of 1.5 metres and has light green leaves that comprise 3 rounded leaflets with undulating edges Scarlet pea flowers are produced singly or in pairs between April and November in its native...
  • Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 17
  • Germination Test Type: cut
  • Height: 5 feet
  • Family: Fabaceae
  • Species: prostrata
  • Quantity: 0.04 lb
United States
Missouri
E.H. Wilson Silk-tree Albizia julibrissin   E.H. Wilson
Prices start at : 4.95 USD / 1 packet

* Hardier form than the species. Native to Korea. * Can be treated as a distinct cultivar, to be named 'Ernest Wilson' * This cultivar is distinguished from all others in the species by both habit and hardiness.
  • Family: Fabaceae
  • Seeds Per Pound: 10,442
  • Genus: Albizia
  • Common Name: E.H. Wilson Silk-tree
  • Germination: 83%
  • Cultivar: E.H. Wilson
United States
Missouri
Flat-leaved Eryngium, Plains Eryngo Eryngium planum
Prices start at : 3.95 USD / 1 packet

* Thistley plants for full sun and poor dry soil; the half-inch flower heads, also like thistles, can be a fine metallic blue or blue purple; flowers in mid to late summer; in rich soil the plants grow too fast and need staking; may make a big clump of...
  • Species: planum
  • Botanical Name: Eryngium planum
  • Seeds Per Pound: 251,970
  • Common Name: Flat-leaved Eryngium, Plains Eryngo
  • Germination: 72%
  • Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 388
United States
Missouri
Fragrant Sumac Rhus aromatica
Price : CALL

The fruit can also be dried and ground into a powder then mixed with corn meal and used in cakes, porridges etc. It produces yellow flowers in clusters before anthesis. The mixture should not be boiled since this will release tannic acids and make the...
  • Height: 4-6 feet
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 4
  • Common Name: Fragrant Sumac
  • Genus: Rhus
United States
Missouri
Goldilocks, Goldilocks Aster Aster linosyris
Prices start at : 8.95 USD / 1 packet

* Bright yellow flowers.
  • Purity: 97%
  • Collection Locale: Hungary
  • Genus: Aster
  • Botanical Name: Aster linosyris
  • Height: 2-3 feet
  • Germination: 98%
United States
Missouri
Red Buckeye Aesculus pavia    Southern
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* It is in flower in June, and the seeds ripen in September. * Native to the southern and eastern parts of the United States , found from Illinois to Virginia in the north and from Texas to Florida in the south.
  • Genus: Aesculus
  • Height: 15 feet
  • Location: Southern
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 6
  • Botanical Name: Aesculus pavia Southern
United States
Missouri
Scarlet Hawthorn Crataegus columbiana
Prices start at : 6.95 USD / 1 packet

Once established, it succeeds in excessively moist soils and also tolerates drought. * Fruit - raw or cooked. It is normally used either as a tea or a tincture. The fruits and flowers have a hypotensive effect as well as acting as a direct and mild heart...
  • Purity: 99%
  • Collection Locale: Lincoln, MT
  • Common Name: Scarlet Hawthorn
  • Species: columbiana
  • Height: 12-16 feet
  • Germination: 29%
United States
Missouri
Manchurian Linden Tilia mandshurica
Prices start at : 4.95 USD / 1 packet

* Leaves to 6"; branches brown and fuzzy; small clusters of 7-10 flowers; rounded fruit; native to northeast Asia.
  • Crop Year: 2010
  • Genus: Tilia
  • Lot#: 100698
  • Germination Test Type: Cut
  • Botanical Name: Tilia mandshurica
  • Collection Locale: China
United States
Missouri
Amur Pheasant\'s Eye Adonis amurensis
Prices start at : 11.95 USD / 1 packet

* The species grow to 10–40 centimetres (3.9–15.7 in) in height, with feathery, finely divided leaves. Their flowers are red, yellow or orange and have 5–30 petals. According to the Metamorphoses of Ovid the anemone, also of the family Ranunculaceae,...
  • Germination: 83%
  • Height: 8-12 inches
  • Purity: 99%
  • Collection Locale: Russia
  • Crop Year: 2015
  • Germination Test Type: cut
United States
Missouri
European Bird Cherry Prunus padus     - Padus avium  avium  , Cerasus padus
Prices start at : 8.95 USD / 1 packet

It is the type species of the subgenus Padus with flowers in racemes , which are hermaphroditic and pollinated by bees and flies; it is a deciduous small tree or large shrub 8–16 m tall.
  • Lot#: 010792
  • Botanical Name: Prunus padus
  • Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 53
  • Germination: 99%
  • Collection Locale: Slovenia
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 4
United States
Missouri
Little-leaf Linden, Littleleaf Linden Tilia cordata
Prices start at : 4.95 USD / 1 packet

It's tolerance of harsh soil conditions is legendary. * A very acceptable chocolate substitute can be made from a paste of the ground-up flowers and immature fruit. Yellowish fragrant flowers occur in June.
  • Collection Locale: Poland
  • Botanical Name: Tilia cordata
  • Germination Test Type: cut
  • Average Viable Seeds/Packet: 64
  • Lot#: 090378
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 3
United States
Missouri
Common Dandelion Taraxacum officinale
Prices start at : 3.95 USD / 1 packet

Grow them year round in your kitchen! The stems can be tinted purplish, they are upright or lax, and produce flower heads that are held as tall or taller than the foliage. * Taraxacum officinale grows from generally unbranched taproots and produces one...
  • Height: 6-12 inches
  • Botanical Name: Taraxacum officinale
  • Purity: 98%
  • Common Name: Common Dandelion
  • Germination: 80%
  • Germination Test Type: estimate
United States
Missouri
Chinese Sumac, Potanin Sumac Rhus potaninii
Prices start at : 4.95 USD / 1 packet

Paitan is antiseptic, astringent and haemostatic. It is used applied externally to burns, bleeding due to traumatic injuries, haemorrhoids and ulcers in the mouth. * An excrescence produced on the leaf by an insect Melaphis chinensis or M.
  • Seeds Type: db
  • Seeds Per Pound: 36,300
  • Lot#: 9401
  • Family: ANACARDIACEAE
  • Minimum Hardiness Zone: 5
  • Botanical Name: Rhus potaninii dried berries
United States
Missouri
Hairy Leafcup, Bear\'s Foot Smallanthus uvedalius     - Polymnia uvedalia    , Osteospermum uvedalia    , Smallanthus uvedalia
Prices start at : 7.95 USD / 1 packet

* Bearsfoot root was used by the North American Indians as a stimulant and laxative remedy. * It is said to be of great use when applied externally to stimulate hair growth and is an ingredient of many hair lotions and ointments.
  • Purity: 99%
  • Collection Locale: Missouri
  • Botanical Name: Smallanthus uvedalius
  • Height: 3-5 feet
  • Germination Test Type: cut
  • Family: Asteraceae
United States
Missouri
Christmasbush, Rambling Senna, Money Bush, Yellow Candlewood Senna bicapsularis
Prices start at : 4.95 USD / 1 packet

* Winter Cassia is probably best located among other shrubs, especially evergreen shrubs like azaleas, hollies, etc., or in the back of the perennial bed. * It is naturalised and invasive in several coastal areas in the tropics, including the Galapagos...
  • Quantity: 0.26 lb
  • Seeds Per Pound: 17,706
  • Species: bicapsularis
  • Germination: 91%
  • Family: Fabaceae
  • Common Name: Christmasbush, Rambling Senna, Money Bush, Yellow Candlewood
United States
Missouri