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Scrophularia lanceolata | Lanceleaf Figwort | Early Figwort | 1000_Seeds


This is Scrophularia lanceolata Pursh, also known as lanceleaf figwort, American Figwort, Western Figwort, Hare Figwort, and Early Figwort. This is a plant with a large amount of nectar, so it is great for attracting birds, bees, and butterflies to your garden. This early figwort blooms from May to July where as late figwort blooms from July to October. Early figwort is the larval host plant for the Fulvia Checkerspot, Gillettes Checkerspot, Chalcedon Checkerspot, Arachne Checkerspot, and Dotted Checkerspot butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 9.
Scrophularia lanceolata | Lanceleaf Figwort | Early Figwort | 1000_Seeds

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This is Scrophularia lanceolata Pursh, also known as lanceleaf figwort, American Figwort, Western Figwort, Hare Figwort, and Early Figwort. This is a plant with a large amount of nectar, so it is great for attracting birds, bees, and butterflies to your garden. This early figwort blooms from May to July where as late figwort blooms from July to October. Early figwort is the larval host plant for the Fulvia Checkerspot, Gillettes Checkerspot, Chalcedon Checkerspot, Arachne Checkerspot, and Dotted Checkerspot butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 9.
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Tagetes lemmonii | Shrub Marigold | Mexican Bush | Mount Lemmon | 50_Seeds


These seeds are from Tagetes lemmonii, also known as Shrub Marigold, Mexican Bush Marigold, Mount Lemmon Marigold, and Copper Canyon Daisy. This drought tolerant perennial likes to live in full sun where it can grow to about 6 feet high. The gold, yellow and orange blossoms bloom repeatedly throughout the year and attract a wide variety of birds, bees, and butterflies. This plant is very fragrant which may be why the deer leave it alone. Tagetes in general are larval hosts for the Dainty Sulphur butterfly. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 11.
Tagetes lemmonii | Shrub Marigold | Mexican Bush | Mount Lemmon | 50_Seeds

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These seeds are from Tagetes lemmonii, also known as Shrub Marigold, Mexican Bush Marigold, Mount Lemmon Marigold, and Copper Canyon Daisy. This drought tolerant perennial likes to live in full sun where it can grow to about 6 feet high. The gold, yellow and orange blossoms bloom repeatedly throughout the year and attract a wide variety of birds, bees, and butterflies. This plant is very fragrant which may be why the deer leave it alone. Tagetes in general are larval hosts for the Dainty Sulphur butterfly. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 11.
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Symphyotrichum novae-angliae | New England Hardy Aster | 100_Seeds


Here, I am offering seeds from Symphyotrichum novae-angliae, also known as New England Aster, Hardy Aster, and Michaelmas Daisy. This plant does well in full sun, and is fairly happy in light shade, but when it is in the full sun it attracts even more birds, bees, and butterflies than usual. Not only is this a great butterfly plant but it is also deer resistant and very attractive. This is a nectar plant for the Pearl Crescent, Behrs Metalmark, Dainty Sulphur, Field Crescent, Little Yellow, Eastern Tailed-Blue, Sachem, Viceroy, Question Mark, American Snout, Painted Crescent, Northern Checkerspot, Plains Skipper, Common Buckeye, Cabbage White, Arctic Fritillary, Orange Sulphur, Western Branded Skipper, Common Branded Skipper, Common Checkered-Skipper, and Leonards Skipper butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 3 to 10
Symphyotrichum novae-angliae | New England Hardy Aster | 100_Seeds

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Here, I am offering seeds from Symphyotrichum novae-angliae, also known as New England Aster, Hardy Aster, and Michaelmas Daisy. This plant does well in full sun, and is fairly happy in light shade, but when it is in the full sun it attracts even more birds, bees, and butterflies than usual. Not only is this a great butterfly plant but it is also deer resistant and very attractive. This is a nectar plant for the Pearl Crescent, Behrs Metalmark, Dainty Sulphur, Field Crescent, Little Yellow, Eastern Tailed-Blue, Sachem, Viceroy, Question Mark, American Snout, Painted Crescent, Northern Checkerspot, Plains Skipper, Common Buckeye, Cabbage White, Arctic Fritillary, Orange Sulphur, Western Branded Skipper, Common Branded Skipper, Common Checkered-Skipper, and Leonards Skipper butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 3 to 10
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Lobelia siphilitica | Great Blue-Lobelia | 500_Seeds


This is Lobelia siphilitica, also known as Great Blue Lobelia. This plant is perfect for wet areas like bogs and water gardens. Growing to about 3 feet high, this flower likes to live in sun or light shade. The blue and violet blossoms are out from the middle of the Summer until early Fall. USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 9.
Lobelia siphilitica | Great Blue-Lobelia | 500_Seeds

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This is Lobelia siphilitica, also known as Great Blue Lobelia. This plant is perfect for wet areas like bogs and water gardens. Growing to about 3 feet high, this flower likes to live in sun or light shade. The blue and violet blossoms are out from the middle of the Summer until early Fall. USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 9.
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Alpinia galanga | Greater Galangal | Siamese Ginger | 10_Seeds


This is Alpinia galanga, also known as Greater Galangal, Siamese Ginger, False Galangal, blue ginger, Thai ginger, and Spice Ginger. This is a major food ingredient in Thai and Indonesian cooking. The plant grows about 6 feet high and has a red fruit. The plant grows and spreads through its own rhizome, which is its roots. These roots are what is widely used in cooking. An oil taken from the rhizome is used to make some sodas and the alcoholic beverages named Angostura and Chartreuse among others. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 10.
Alpinia galanga | Greater Galangal | Siamese Ginger | 10_Seeds

90 Available Now

This is Alpinia galanga, also known as Greater Galangal, Siamese Ginger, False Galangal, blue ginger, Thai ginger, and Spice Ginger. This is a major food ingredient in Thai and Indonesian cooking. The plant grows about 6 feet high and has a red fruit. The plant grows and spreads through its own rhizome, which is its roots. These roots are what is widely used in cooking. An oil taken from the rhizome is used to make some sodas and the alcoholic beverages named Angostura and Chartreuse among others. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 10.
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