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Poncirus trifoliata | Contorted Flying Dragon | Trifoliate Orange


Here I am offering Seeds from Poncirus trifoliata, also known as Trifoliate Orange, Citrus trifoliata, Contorted Flying Dragon, Japanese Hardy Orange, and Bitter Orange. This hardy orange tree can grow up to 6 feet tall, or it can be grown in a container where it will probably not get that large. It likes to live in the sun but can do rather well in partial shade. The white blossoms are very attractive and are out in full force from late Spring until early Summer, but the real show stopper here are the spiky contorted branches which resemble a flying dragon if you squint and use your imagination just right. This tree is even interesting to look at in the Winter. This tree is very popular with the birds, bees and butterflies. This is a larval host plant for the Giant Swallowtail butterfly. The fruit can be eaten but it is kind of a cross between a lemon and a grapefruit. The most common uses are as marmalade, dried as seasoning, or juiced. The juice is then diluted and sweetened for a drink. USDA Hardiness Zones 6 to 10

Poncirus trifoliata Contorted Flying Dragon Trifoliate Orange

Poncirus trifoliata Contorted Flying Dragon Trifoliate Orange

Poncirus trifoliata Contorted Flying Dragon Trifoliate Orange

Poncirus trifoliata Contorted Flying Dragon Trifoliate Orange
Poncirus trifoliata | Contorted Flying Dragon | Trifoliate Orange

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This is Poncirus trifoliata, also known as Trifoliate Orange, Citrus trifoliata, Contorted Flying Dragon, Japanese Hardy Orange, and Bitter Orange. This hardy orange tree can grow up to 6 feet tall, or it can be grown in a container where it will probably not get that large. It likes to live in the sun but can do rather well in partial shade. The white blossoms are very attractive and are out in full force from late Spring until early Summer, but the real show stopper here are the spiky contorted branches which resemble a flying dragon if you squint and use your imagination just right. This tree is even interesting to look at in the Winter. This tree is very popular with the birds, bees and butterflies. This is a larval host plant for the Giant Swallowtail butterfly. The fruit can be eaten but it is kind of a cross between a lemon and a grapefruit. The most common uses are as marmalade, dried as seasoning, or juiced. The juice is then diluted and sweetened for a drink. USDA Hardiness Zones 6 to 10








Psilanthus bengalensis


Psilanthus bengalensis 1

Psilanthus bengalensis 2

Psilanthus bengalensis 3

Psilanthus bengalensis 4

Psilanthus bengalensis 5
Psilanthus bengalensis

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This is Psilanthus bengalensis. This shrub grows to 5 or 6 feet tall and features fragrant white flowers. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11.




Ptelea trifoliata | Hoptree | Stinking Ash | Wafer Ash


Here I am offering Seeds from Ptelea trifoliata, also known as Hoptree, Stinking Ash, and Wafer Ash. This can be trained as a shrub or tree depending on what you are looking for in your butterfly garden.This shrub likes to live in light shade and has nice green blossoms in the middle of the Summer. This is a larval host plant for the Schaus Swallowtail, Thoas Swallowtail, and Giant Swallowtail butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 5 to 9

Ptelea trifoliata Hoptree Stinking Ash Wafer Ash

Ptelea trifoliata Hoptree Stinking Ash Wafer Ash

Ptelea trifoliata Hoptree Stinking Ash Wafer Ash

Ptelea trifoliata Hoptree Stinking Ash Wafer Ash
Ptelea trifoliata | Hoptree | Stinking Ash | Wafer Ash

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This is Ptelea trifoliata, also known as Hoptree, Stinking Ash, and Wafer Ash. This can be trained as a shrub or tree depending on what you are looking for in your butterfly garden.This shrub likes to live in light shade and has nice green blossoms in the middle of the Summer. In 19th century Texas, German immigrants used the seeds from this tree to brew beer. They had no hops so they used this trees seeds as a substitute and that is how this tree got its common name, hoptree. This is a larval host plant for the Schaus Swallowtail, Thoas Swallowtail, and Giant Swallowtail butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 5 to 9




Ptychosperma elegans | Elegant Solitaire Palm


Ptychosperma elegans Elegant Solitaire Palm 1

Ptychosperma elegans Elegant Solitaire Palm 2

Ptychosperma elegans Elegant Solitaire Palm 3

Ptychosperma elegans Elegant Solitaire Palm 4

Ptychosperma elegans Elegant Solitaire Palm 5
Ptychosperma elegans | Elegant Solitaire Palm

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Here are seeds from Ptychosperma elegans, also known as Alexander palm, Solitaire palm, cabbage palm, and elegant palm. This single trunked evergreen tree can live in full sun to partial shade where it can get 20 feet tall if planted in the ground. The flowers are white and the fruits are red. This is a great choice for an indoor or patio palm where it stays small, thin trunked and very elegant. USDA Hardiness Zones 9b to 11.








Punica Granatum Nana | Dwarf Pomegranate


Punica Granatum Nana Dwarf Pomegranate 1

Punica Granatum Nana Dwarf Pomegranate 2

Punica Granatum Nana Dwarf Pomegranate 3

Punica Granatum Nana Dwarf Pomegranate 4

Punica Granatum Nana Dwarf Pomegranate 5
Punica Granatum Nana | Dwarf Pomegranate

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This is Punica Granatum Nana, also known as Dwarf Pomegranate, and pomegranate nana. This shrub burst into bloom in the middle of spring ending in early summer. The beautiful fruit pops with colors of red and dark red but only grows to be about 4 feet tall. The fruit that come off this shrub can be eaten along with the leaves and the seeds. The juice from the fruit can be used in soups, sauces, jellies, ice cream, and cakes. USDA Hardiness Zones 7b to 11