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Artemisia stelleriana | Dusty Miller | Beach Sage | Oldwoman


Here I am offering Seeds from Artemisia stelleriana, also known as Dusty Miller, Beach Sage, oldwoman, and Silver Brocade. The fuzzy leaves give my garden the soft cushy feel that I am looking for. The leaves are so interesting that they also add curiosity. Find a spot in full sun for Artemisia stelleriana. This is a great choice if you need a deer resistant plant. This is a host plant for the Old World Swallowtail, and American Lady butterflies. The leaves of this plant are used as a seasoning in rice dumplings, and they also have ornamental value as a cut flower. USDA Hardiness Zones 3 to 9

Artemisia stelleriana Dusty Miller Beach Sage Oldwoman

Artemisia stelleriana Dusty Miller Beach Sage Oldwoman

Artemisia stelleriana Dusty Miller Beach Sage Oldwoman

Artemisia stelleriana Dusty Miller Beach Sage Oldwoman
Artemisia stelleriana | Dusty Miller | Beach Sage | Oldwoman

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This is Artemisia stelleriana, also known as Dusty Miller, Beach Sage, oldwoman, and Silver Brocade. The fuzzy leaves give my garden the soft cushy feel that I am looking for. The leaves are so interesting that they also add curiosity. Find a spot in full sun for Artemisia stelleriana. This is a great choice if you need a deer resistant plant. This is a host plant for the Old World Swallowtail, and American Lady butterflies. The leaves of this plant are used as a seasoning in rice dumplings, and they also have ornamental value as a cut flower. USDA Hardiness Zones 3 to 9








Asarina scandens Joan Lorraine | Twining Snapdragon


Here I am offering Seeds from Asarina scandens Joan Lorraine, also known as Twining Snapdragon, and Chickabiddy. This vine likes to live in the sun and can grow about 8 feet long. It blossoms from late Spring until early Fall. This variety has a rich deep color pallet of purple and blue. Many people grow this vine as an Annual, and it is a tender perennial in USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 10

Asarina scandens Joan Lorraine Twining Snapdragon

Asarina scandens Joan Lorraine Twining Snapdragon

Asarina scandens Joan Lorraine Twining Snapdragon

Asarina scandens Joan Lorraine Twining Snapdragon
Asarina scandens Joan Lorraine | Twining Snapdragon

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This is Asarina scandens Joan Lorraine, also known as Twining Snapdragon, and Chickabiddy. This vine likes to live in the sun and can grow about 8 feet long. It blossoms from late Spring until early Fall. This variety has a rich deep color pallet of purple and blue. Many people grow this vine as an Annual, and it is a tender perennial in USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 10








Astragalus crassicarpus | Ground Plum | Groundplum Milkvetch


Astragalus crassicarpus Ground Plum Groundplum Milkvetch 1

Astragalus crassicarpus Ground Plum Groundplum Milkvetch 2

Astragalus crassicarpus Ground Plum Groundplum Milkvetch 3

Astragalus crassicarpus Ground Plum Groundplum Milkvetch 4

Astragalus crassicarpus Ground Plum Groundplum Milkvetch 5
Astragalus crassicarpus | Ground Plum | Groundplum Milkvetch

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These seeds were collected from Astragalus crassicarpus, also known as Ground Plum, buffalo plum, pomme de prairie, and Groundplum Milkvetch. Growing up to 2 feet high this plant likes to live in full sun where it sports colorful blossoms of white, tan, cream, purple, pink, and lavender. This is a larval host for the Afranius Duskywing, Melissa Blue, Meads Sulphur, Shasta Blue, Western Tailed-Blue , Acmon Blue, Queen Alexandras Sulphur, Southern Cloudywing, Silvery Blue, Reakirts Blue, Marine Blue, and Arrowhead Blue butterflies. It is also a food source for the Python Skipper, and Dotted Roadside-Skipper butterflies. The seedpod are picked before they are ripe and can be eaten raw or cooked. The cooked fruit tastes similar to green beans. USDA Hardiness Zones 3b to 8.