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Betula papyrifera | White Paper Birch | Canoe Birch


Here I am offering Seeds from betula papyrifera, also known as White Birch, Paper Birch, American White Birch, and Canoe Birch. This tree grows in the sun or partial shade and blooms in the middle of the Spring. This tree is larval host to several different moths, including the Luna moth, Early Juniper Carpet Moth, and Columbia silkmoth. It is also a larval host plant to the Compton Tortoiseshell, Canadian Tiger Swallowtail, and Mourning Cloak butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 2 to 9

Betula papyrifera White Paper Birch Canoe Birch

Betula papyrifera White Paper Birch Canoe Birch

Betula papyrifera White Paper Birch Canoe Birch

Betula papyrifera White Paper Birch Canoe Birch
Betula papyrifera | White Paper Birch | Canoe Birch

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This is betula papyrifera, also known as White Birch, Paper Birch, American White Birch, and Canoe Birch. This tree grows in the sun or partial shade and blooms in the middle of the Spring. The sap can be collected from this tree to make several different things including, sweet syrup, beer, wine, and soft drinks. You can eat the inner bark which is tender enough to chew in a survival situation. This tree is larval host to several different moths, including the Luna moth, Early Juniper Carpet Moth, and Columbia silkmoth. It is also a larval host plant to the Compton Tortoiseshell, Canadian Tiger Swallowtail, and Mourning Cloak butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 2 to 9








Betula pendula | European White Silver Warty Birch


Here I am offering Seeds from Betula pendula, also known as European white birch, Irish Beith, silver birch, and warty birch. This tree can live in full sun or in partial shade and blooms in the late Winter and early Spring. USDA Hardiness Zones 3 to 9a

Betula pendula Birch European White Silver Warty

Betula pendula Birch European White Silver Warty

Betula pendula Birch European White Silver Warty

Betula pendula Birch European White Silver Warty
Betula pendula | European White Silver Warty Birch

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This is Betula pendula, also known as European white birch, Irish Beith, silver birch, and warty birch. The sap contains about 1 percent sugar and can be tapped for a syrup used similarly to maple syrup. You can drink it fresh, evaporate it to increase the concentration, or ferment it into a beverage. The bark has been ground up and used in the production of bark bread during a famine situation. This tree can live in full sun or in partial shade and blooms in the late Winter and early Spring. USDA Hardiness Zones 3 to 9a








Bixa orellana | Achiote | Lipstick Tree | Urucum | Colorau


Bixa orellana Achiote Lipstick Tree Urucum Colorau 1

Bixa orellana Achiote Lipstick Tree Urucum Colorau 2

Bixa orellana Achiote Lipstick Tree Urucum Colorau 3

Bixa orellana Achiote Lipstick Tree Urucum Colorau 4

Bixa orellana Achiote Lipstick Tree Urucum Colorau 5
Bixa orellana | Achiote | Lipstick Tree | Urucum | Colorau

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This is Bixa orellana, also known as, Achiote, Urucum, Colorau and lipstick tree. South American natives used this tree to make lipstick, red body paint, spices, and condiments. It is now used to make food colorings. This tree grows to about 30 feet high and puts forth clusters of white and pink flowers that resemble wild roses. The Aztecs used these seeds to make red ink. Other uses include the gum that is extracted from this plant, and the fibers that are collected from this plant and used to make rope. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 12.




Blechnum cycadifolium


Blechnum cycadifolium 1

Blechnum cycadifolium 2

Blechnum cycadifolium 3

Blechnum cycadifolium 4

Blechnum cycadifolium 5
Blechnum cycadifolium

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Here I am offering Spores from Blechnum cycadifolium. This tree likes to live in full sun and grows up to 6 feet tall. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 10.