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Lantana camara Ham and Eggs


Here I am offering Seeds from Lantana camara Ham and Eggs. This tropical plant can get to as much as 3 feet high in some places, but is usually closer to 2 feet high. It likes to live in the full sun but can also thrive in partial shade. It blooms from the middle of the Summer until the middle of the Fall. It is a favorite with the birds, bees, and butterflies, but the deer do not like it at all; A deer would have to be awful hungry to take a bite of this one. The hummingbirds on the other hand love to nectar on this plant. It is a larval host for the Tropical Greenstreak butterfly. In December 2012 a Cassius Blue butterfly was documented feeding and laying eggs on a Lantana camara. It is also a larval host plant for the Rustic sphinx moth. A butterfly that has been documented gathering nectar from this plant is the Juno Longwing. USDA Hardiness Zones 7b to 10

Lantana camara Ham and Eggs

Lantana camara Ham and Eggs

Lantana camara Ham and Eggs

Lantana camara Ham and Eggs
Lantana camara Ham and Eggs

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Here I am offering Seeds from Lantana camara Ham and Eggs. This tropical plant can get to as much as 3 feet high in some places, but is usually closer to 2 feet high. It likes to live in the full sun but can also thrive in partial shade. It blooms from the middle of the Summer until the middle of the Fall. It is a favorite with the birds, bees, and butterflies, but the deer do not like it at all; A deer would have to be awful hungry to take a bite of this one. The hummingbirds on the other hand love to nectar on this plant. It is a larval host for the Tropical Greenstreak butterfly. In December 2012 a Cassius Blue butterfly was documented feeding and laying eggs on a Lantana camara. It is also a larval host plant for the Rustic sphinx moth. A butterfly that has been documented gathering nectar from this plant is the Juno Longwing. USDA Hardiness Zones 7b to 10








Leucanthemum vulgare | Ox-Eye Daisy | Marguerite


Leucanthemum vulgare Ox-Eye Daisy Marguerite 1

Leucanthemum vulgare Ox-Eye Daisy Marguerite 2

Leucanthemum vulgare Ox-Eye Daisy Marguerite 3

Leucanthemum vulgare Ox-Eye Daisy Marguerite 4

Leucanthemum vulgare Ox-Eye Daisy Marguerite 5
Leucanthemum vulgare | Ox-Eye Daisy | Marguerite

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Here I am offering Seeds from Leucanthemum vulgare, also known as Ox-Eye Daisy, Field Daisy, Marguerite, and Moon Daisy. This perennial likes full sun to partial shade and attracts bees, birds, and butterflies. The ox-eye daisy grows up to 3 feet tall. All year around this plant blooms a beautiful white color. The roots and leaves can be eaten and are often enjoyed in salads. The unopened flower buds can be marinated and taste like capers. USDA Hardiness Zones 3 to 9








Liatris spicata | Gayfeather | Marsh Blazing Star


Here I am offering Seeds from Liatris spicata, also known as Gayfeather, Blazing Star, Button Snakeroot, and Marsh Blazing Star. This native North American plant is perfectly suited for our native butterflies. When this plant is in full blossom it will be the most spectacular plant in your garden. It is breath taking when it is in all of its glory. This perennial nectar plant is a huge hit with the bees, birds, and butterflies, and the hummingbirds especially like this plant. It can grow to as high as 4 feet and likes the full sun but can tolerate partial shade. The butterflies like it best when it is in the sun. This is the larval host plant for the Painted Lady and Silvery Checkerspot butterflies. The butterflies that like to nectar on this plant are the Common Buckeye, Gulf Fritillary, Silver-Spotted Skipper, and Monarch. This gorgeous plant blooms from the middle of the Summer until the early Fall. USDA Hardiness Zones 3 to 10

Liatris spicata Gayfeather Marsh Blazing Star

Liatris spicata Gayfeather Marsh Blazing Star

Liatris spicata Gayfeather Marsh Blazing Star

Liatris spicata Gayfeather Marsh Blazing Star
Liatris spicata | Gayfeather | Marsh Blazing Star

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Here I am offering Seeds from Liatris spicata, also known as Gayfeather, Blazing Star, Button Snakeroot, and Marsh Blazing Star. This native North American plant is perfectly suited for our native butterflies. When this plant is in full blossom it will be the most spectacular plant in your garden. It is breath taking when it is in all of its glory. This perennial nectar plant is a huge hit with the bees, birds, and butterflies, and the hummingbirds especially like this plant. It can grow to as high as 4 feet and likes the full sun but can tolerate partial shade. The butterflies like it best when it is in the sun. The tubers of this plant are edible, but only the part of tuber that grew during the last year is tender enough to eat. You can harvest one year old plants and eat the entire tuber from these plants. It is like blazing star veal. Liatris spicata is the larval host plant for the Painted Lady and Silvery Checkerspot butterflies. The butterflies that like to nectar on this plant are the Common Buckeye, Gulf Fritillary, Silver-Spotted Skipper, and Monarch. This gorgeous plant blooms from the middle of the Summer until the early Fall. USDA Hardiness Zones 3 to 10