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Brugmansia suaveolens Yellow


Here I am offering Seeds from Brugmansia suaveolens Yellow. This plant can be trained as a shrub or small tree. These seeds were gathered from a tree that is about 15 feet high. The trumpet shaped flowers are absolutely beautiful and wonderfully fragrant. In the evening they open up wide and the smell of this plant attracts pollinating moths. During the day the blooms remain half closed. This plant is a larval host to the Placidula euryanassa butterfly. This butterfly uses chemicals from the plant to make itself taste bad and ward off predators. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 11

Brugmansia suaveolens Yellow

Brugmansia suaveolens Yellow

Brugmansia suaveolens Yellow

Brugmansia suaveolens Yellow
Brugmansia suaveolens Yellow

14 Available Now

Here I am offering Seeds from Brugmansia suaveolens Yellow. This plant can be trained as a shrub or small tree. These seeds were gathered from a tree that is about 15 feet high. The trumpet shaped flowers are absolutely beautiful and wonderfully fragrant. In the evening they open up wide and the smell of this plant attracts pollinating moths. During the day the blooms remain half closed. This plant is a larval host to the Placidula euryanassa butterfly. This butterfly uses chemicals from the plant to make itself taste bad and ward off predators. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 11








Brugmansia versicolor Peach


Brugmansia versicolor Peach 1

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Brugmansia versicolor Peach 5
Brugmansia versicolor Peach

16 Available Now

Here I am offering Seeds from Brugmansia versicolor Peach. The flowers on this Ecuadorian plant are the largest of all Brugmansia. The blossoms start out white and then changes to Peach. These fragrant flowers are in blossom from the middle of Summer until early Fall. They do well in sun or partial shade where they reach heights of about 16 feet tall. This plant will attract a large variety of bees, birds, and butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 11








Buddleja davidii | Summer Lilac | OrangeEye Butterfly Bush


Here I am offering Seeds from Buddleja davidii, also known as Summer Lilac and Orange-eye Butterfly Bush. This plant must be planted in full sun and will bloom from late Spring to Early Summer. This shrub will attract all kinds of wildlife. Birds, bees, and butterflies just love the honey scented blooms. Hummingbirds especially love this nectar giving bush. It would be to much to name all of the butterflies that use this plant right here, but I will name a few. Some of the documented butterflies that use this plant as a nectar source are the Small Tortoiseshell, Painted Lady, Palamedes Swallowtail, Zebra Swallowtail, Spicebush Swallowtail, Astyanax Red-spotted Purple, Funereal Duskywing, Red-spotted Purple, Rare Skipper, Monarch, and White Angled-Sulphur. A moth that has been spotted gathering nectar from this plant is the Snowberry Clearwing Moth. USDA Hardiness Zones 5 to 10a

Buddleja davidii Summer Lilac OrangeEye Butterfly Bush

Buddleja davidii Summer Lilac OrangeEye Butterfly Bush

Buddleja davidii Summer Lilac OrangeEye Butterfly Bush

Buddleja davidii Summer Lilac OrangeEye Butterfly Bush
Buddleja davidii | Summer Lilac | OrangeEye Butterfly Bush

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Here I am offering Seeds from Buddleja davidii, also known as Summer Lilac and Orange-eye Butterfly Bush. This plant must be planted in full sun and will bloom from late Spring to Early Summer. This shrub will attract all kinds of wildlife. Birds, bees, and butterflies just love the honey scented blooms. Hummingbirds especially love this nectar giving bush. It would be to much to name all of the butterflies that use this plant right here, but I will name a few. Some of the documented butterflies that use this plant as a nectar source are the Small Tortoiseshell, Painted Lady, Palamedes Swallowtail, Zebra Swallowtail, Spicebush Swallowtail, Astyanax Red-spotted Purple, Funereal Duskywing, Red-spotted Purple, Rare Skipper, Monarch, and White Angled-Sulphur. A moth that has been spotted gathering nectar from this plant is the Snowberry Clearwing Moth. USDA Hardiness Zones 5 to 10a