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Ochna serrulata | Birds Eye | Mickey Mouse Bush | Small Leaved Plane


Here I am offering Seeds from Ochna serrulata, also known as small-leaved plane, carnival ochna, birds eye bush, Mickey mouse plant, and Mickey Mouse bush. This plant usually grows as a shrub, but if trained it can grow into a small tree which would be at most about 6 feet high. This striking shrub likes to live in lightly shady conditions and will bloom from late Spring until early Summer where it will attract a variety or birds, bees, and butterflies. During the Spring this plant starts out with bright yellow blossoms, which are wonderfully fragrant, and then after the fruit starts popping up the flowers turn into a deep red and the tiny fruits turn black making the whole blossom look like a black and red Mickey Mouse head. Although this shrub prefers a light shade, it is very adaptable and can live in full sun as well. This is a larval host plant for the Karkloof Emperor, and Marieps Emperor butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 9b to 11

Ochna serrulata Birds Eye Mickey Mouse Bush Small Leaved Plane

Ochna serrulata Birds Eye Mickey Mouse Bush Small Leaved Plane

Ochna serrulata Birds Eye Mickey Mouse Bush Small Leaved Plane

Ochna serrulata Birds Eye Mickey Mouse Bush Small Leaved Plane
Ochna serrulata | Birds Eye | Mickey Mouse Bush | Small Leaved Plane

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Here I am offering Seeds from Ochna serrulata, also known as small-leaved plane, carnival ochna, birds eye bush, Mickey mouse plant, and Mickey Mouse bush. This plant usually grows as a shrub, but if trained it can grow into a small tree which would be at most about 6 feet high. This striking shrub likes to live in lightly shady conditions and will bloom from late Spring until early Summer where it will attract a variety or birds, bees, and butterflies. During the Spring this plant starts out with bright yellow blossoms, which are wonderfully fragrant, and then after the fruit starts popping up the flowers turn into a deep red and the tiny fruits turn black making the whole blossom look like a black and red Mickey Mouse head. Although this shrub prefers a light shade, it is very adaptable and can live in full sun as well. This is a larval host plant for the Karkloof Emperor, and Marieps Emperor butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 9b to 11








Ocimum gratissimum | West African Wild Clove Basil


Ocimum gratissimum West African Wild Clove Basil 1

Ocimum gratissimum West African Wild Clove Basil 2

Ocimum gratissimum West African Wild Clove Basil 3

Ocimum gratissimum West African Wild Clove Basil 4

Ocimum gratissimum West African Wild Clove Basil 5
Ocimum gratissimum | West African Wild Clove Basil

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Here I am offering Seeds from Ocimum gratissimum, also known as clove basil, African basil, wild basil, and West African Basil. The leaves that grow on this plant are known a scent leaves. This is in fact a common herb in West Africa. It is also used by people in the Caribbean. This plant can get about 8 feet tall and is extremely fragrant giving off a basil-clove type of fresh smell. You could bring this plant inside to a garden window for the winter. You can pick the delicate white flowers and use them in a salad, This plant is grown as an annual everywhere, and is a tender perennial is USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11








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