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Origanum vulgare Hirtum | Greek Oregano


Origanum vulgare Hirtum Greek Oregano 1

Origanum vulgare Hirtum Greek Oregano 2

Origanum vulgare Hirtum Greek Oregano 3

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Origanum vulgare Hirtum | Greek Oregano

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Here I am offering Seeds from Origanum vulgare Hirtum, also known as Greek Oregano, and Winter Marjoram. Growing up 2 feet this perennial likes to live in full sun. Blooming in the middle of Summer this plant blossoms white. The leaves can be eaten both raw and dried, but are prefered dried. The leaves are usually used in salads, vegetables, and legumes. The flowered stems and leaves are commonly used in teas. USDA HArdiness Zones 5 to 9.








Oxalis versicolor | Candycane Sorrel


Here I am offering Seeds from Oxalis versicolor, also known as Candycane Sorrel. This is one of the most interesting blooms anywhere. This breath taking sub shrub can be grown out in the garden or in a container that can be protected from the colder temperatures. I get hungry for sweets just looking at these plants. USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 9

Oxalis versicolor Candycane Sorrel

Oxalis versicolor Candycane Sorrel

Oxalis versicolor Candycane Sorrel

Oxalis versicolor Candycane Sorrel
Oxalis versicolor | Candycane Sorrel

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Here I am offering Seeds from Oxalis versicolor, also known as Candycane Sorrel. This is one of the most interesting blooms anywhere. This breath taking sub shrub can be grown out in the garden or in a container that can be protected from the colder temperatures. I get hungry for sweets just looking at these plants. USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 9








Oxypetalum caeruleum | Tweedia | Southern Star


Here I am offering Seeds of Oxypetalum caeruleum, also known as tweedia, and southern star. It is a very desireable plant because of its blossoms that start out in late Spring as a clear pale blue star that slowly develops into violet in late Summer and purple in early Fall. This evergreen perennial has beautiful heart shaped leaves and the blooms works well as a long lasting cut flower. This plant likes to live in full sun with a well draining soil. This is a larval host plant for the Monarch butterly. This plant can be grown as an Annual and will go to seed in one season, or it can be grown longer in USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 10

Oxypetalum caeruleum Tweedia Southern Star

Oxypetalum caeruleum Tweedia Southern Star

Oxypetalum caeruleum Tweedia Southern Star

Oxypetalum caeruleum Tweedia Southern Star
Oxypetalum caeruleum | Tweedia | Southern Star

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Here I am offering Seeds of Oxypetalum caeruleum, also known as Blue milkweed Vine, tweedia, and southern star. It is a very desirable plant because of its blossoms that start out in late Spring as a clear pale blue star that slowly develops into violet in late Summer and purple in early Fall. This evergreen perennial has beautiful heart shaped leaves and the blooms work well as a long lasting cut flower. This plant likes to live in full sun with a well draining soil. This is a larval host plant for the Monarch butterfly, and it is a nectar source not only for the Monarch but also for countless other butterflies. This plant can be grown as an Annual so it will go to seed in one season, or it can be grown longer in USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 10