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Sowerbaea juncea | Vanilla Rush Lily


Sowerbaea juncea Vanilla Rush Lily 1

Sowerbaea juncea Vanilla Rush Lily 2

Sowerbaea juncea Vanilla Rush Lily 3

Sowerbaea juncea Vanilla Rush Lily 4

Sowerbaea juncea Vanilla Rush Lily 5
Sowerbaea juncea | Vanilla Rush Lily

19 Available Now

Here I am offering Seeds from Sowerbaea juncea, also known as Rush Lily, and Vanilla lily. This plant can have over 20 flower heads bunched together on a single unbranched stem. The flowers have a vanilla fragrance and delicate appearance. This plant can grow to a foot and a half high and likes to live in full sun to light shade. The gorgeous rose and mauve flowers are in bloom from the middle of the Spring until early Summer where they attract their fair share of butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 11








Stylophorum diphyllum | Celandine Poppy


Stylophorum diphyllum Celandine Poppy 1

Stylophorum diphyllum Celandine Poppy 2

Stylophorum diphyllum Celandine Poppy 3

Stylophorum diphyllum Celandine Poppy 4

Stylophorum diphyllum Celandine Poppy 5
Stylophorum diphyllum | Celandine Poppy

10 Available Now

Here I am offering Seeds from Stylophorum diphyllum, also known as Celandine Poppy, poppywort, and Woodland Poppy. This plant likes to live in partial to full shade where it sports orange and yellow blooming repeatedly from late Winter until early Summer. USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 9








Swainsona galegifolia | Smooth Darling Pea


Swainsona galegifolia Smooth Darling Pea 1

Swainsona galegifolia Smooth Darling Pea 2

Swainsona galegifolia Smooth Darling Pea 3

Swainsona galegifolia Smooth Darling Pea 4

Swainsona galegifolia Smooth Darling Pea 5
Swainsona galegifolia | Smooth Darling Pea

10 Available Now

Here I am offering Seeds from Swainsona galegifolia, also known as Smooth Darling Pea. Growing up to 3 feet tall this perennial loves to live in full sun to partial shade. Almost all year around this plant burst into a beautiful purple bloom. USDA Hardiness Zones 5 to 9