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Streptosolen jamesonii | Marmalade Bush | Orange Browallia |Firebush | 200_Seeds


This is Streptosolen jamesonii, also known as marmalade bush, Orange Browallia, and Firebush. This brilliant shrub has one of the most striking floral displays found anywhere. The blossoms start out yellow and then they turn to orange and finally red. This swirling mix of colors is breathtaking, which makes this shrub more than just a privacy plant. In areas where the Winter is mild, the blooms can appear all year long. This colorful bush attracts many butterflies, bees and hummingbirds. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11
Streptosolen jamesonii | Marmalade Bush | Orange Browallia |Firebush | 200_Seeds

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This is Streptosolen jamesonii, also known as marmalade bush, Orange Browallia, and Firebush. This brilliant shrub has one of the most striking floral displays found anywhere. The blossoms start out yellow and then they turn to orange and finally red. This swirling mix of colors is breathtaking, which makes this shrub more than just a privacy plant. In areas where the Winter is mild, the blooms can appear all year long. This colorful bush attracts many butterflies, bees and hummingbirds. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11
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Cupressus macrocarpa Saligna Aurea | Weeping Golden Cypress | 10_Seeds


This is Cupressus macrocarpa Saligna Aurea, also known as Weeping golden cypress. This weeping evergreen likes to grow in full sun. The older shoots become a golden color giving this magnificent tree a stunning look. This tree is deer resistant. This tree is a larval host plant for the Muirs Hairstreak butterfly. USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 10
Cupressus macrocarpa Saligna Aurea | Weeping Golden Cypress | 10_Seeds

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This is Cupressus macrocarpa Saligna Aurea, also known as Weeping golden cypress. This weeping evergreen likes to grow in full sun. The older shoots become a golden color giving this magnificent tree a stunning look. This tree is deer resistant. This tree is a larval host plant for the Muirs Hairstreak butterfly. USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 10
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Fuchsia boliviana | 100_Seeds


This is Fuchsia boliviana. This plant prefers partial sun to shade and the berries can be used to make a very tasty jam. The fruit is sold fresh in markets throughout South America. This plant must be protected from extreme temperatures. It is in blossom all year round but the flowers are most impressive in late Summer and into Fall. Hummingbirds and bees just love this plant. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11
Fuchsia boliviana | 100_Seeds

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This is Fuchsia boliviana. This plant prefers partial sun to shade and the berries can be used to make a very tasty jam. The fruit is sold fresh in markets throughout South America. This plant must be protected from extreme temperatures. It is in blossom all year round but the flowers are most impressive in late Summer and into Fall. Hummingbirds and bees just love this plant. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11
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Coreopsis mutica | 20_seeds


This is Coreopsis mutica. This shrub has strikingly beautiful yellow blossoms and is native to Central Mexico. Other similar varieties are present in El Salvador and Honduras. This seed is almost impossible to find. This is a larval host plant for the Agonopterix atrodorsella moth, and the Aarons Skipper butterfly. It is also a nectar source for the Southern Dogface, Gorgone Checkerspot, Queen, Common Buckeye, Monarch, Eastern Tailed-Blue, and Dainty Sulphur butterflies, and the Red-waisted Florella Moth. As an added bonus this plant is deer resistant. There is one growing in San Francisco which is Zone 9 so I will guess USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11
Coreopsis mutica | 20_seeds

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This is Coreopsis mutica. This shrub has strikingly beautiful yellow blossoms and is native to Central Mexico. Other similar varieties are present in El Salvador and Honduras. This seed is almost impossible to find. This is a larval host plant for the Agonopterix atrodorsella moth, and the Aarons Skipper butterfly. It is also a nectar source for the Southern Dogface, Gorgone Checkerspot, Queen, Common Buckeye, Monarch, Eastern Tailed-Blue, and Dainty Sulphur butterflies, and the Red-waisted Florella Moth. As an added bonus this plant is deer resistant. There is one growing in San Francisco which is Zone 9 so I will guess USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11
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Cornus florida urbiniana | Magic Dogwood | Mexican Flowering Dog wood | 5_Seeds


This is Cornus florida urbiniana, also known as Mexican flowering dogwood, and Magic Dogwood. This breath taking tree can grow up to 30 feet high and likes to live in the sun or partial shade. This is a subspecies of our more common flowering dogwood, but this one comes from eastern Mexico. Each white petal like bract is creased and the bracts are all fused at the ends. The flower never fully opens, creating a magnificent blossom which resembles a Chinese lantern. Anyone who has ever seen this tree in bloom never forgets the magnificence of it. This subspecies holds onto its leaves longer than our common dogwood, so they add more color later into the season. It is also resistant to many leaf diseases that the other dogwoods are susceptible to. This tree will give you one of the most wonderful floral displays anywhere. USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 9.
Cornus florida urbiniana | Magic Dogwood | Mexican Flowering Dog wood | 5_Seeds

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This is Cornus florida urbiniana, also known as Mexican flowering dogwood, and Magic Dogwood. This breath taking tree can grow up to 30 feet high and likes to live in the sun or partial shade. This is a subspecies of our more common flowering dogwood, but this one comes from eastern Mexico. Each white petal like bract is creased and the bracts are all fused at the ends. The flower never fully opens, creating a magnificent blossom which resembles a Chinese lantern. Anyone who has ever seen this tree in bloom never forgets the magnificence of it. This subspecies holds onto its leaves longer than our common dogwood, so they add more color later into the season. It is also resistant to many leaf diseases that the other dogwoods are susceptible to. This tree will give you one of the most wonderful floral displays anywhere. USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 9.
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