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Ulmus americana | American Elm | White Water Soft FL Elm


Here I am offering Seeds from Ulmus americana, also known as American Elm, soft elm, Florida elm, White Elm, and Water Elm. This tree must have full sun and can grow to a majestic height of 75 feet tall. This tree is larval host to the Question Mark, Tawny Emperor, Mourning Cloak, and Eastern Comma butterflies. It is also the larval host plant of the Mysterious Olethreutes, White-lined Sphinx, Francks sphinx, Elm sphinx, and the Twin-spotted sphinx moths. The White-lined Sphinx moth is so large that people sometimes mistake it for a hummingbird. They are very colorful and impressive. USDA Hardiness Zones 3 to 9

Ulmus americana American Elm White Water Soft FL Elm

Ulmus americana American Elm White Water Soft FL Elm

Ulmus americana American Elm White Water Soft FL Elm

Ulmus americana American Elm White Water Soft FL Elm
Ulmus americana | American Elm | White Water Soft FL Elm

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Here I am offering Seeds from Ulmus americana, also known as American Elm, soft elm, Florida elm, White Elm, and Water Elm. This tree must have full sun and can grow to a majestic height of 75 feet tall. This tree is larval host to the Question Mark, Tawny Emperor, Mourning Cloak, and Eastern Comma butterflies. It is also the larval host plant of the Mysterious Olethreutes, White-lined Sphinx, Francks sphinx, Elm sphinx, and the Twin-spotted sphinx moths. The White-lined Sphinx moth is so large that people sometimes mistake it for a hummingbird. They are very colorful and impressive. USDA Hardiness Zones 3 to 9








Ulmus parvifolia | Chinese Elm | Lacebark Elm


Here I am offering Seeds from Ulmus parvifolia, also known as Chinese Elm and Lacebark Elm. This tree likes sun to partial shade and has an interesting greenish yellow bloom in the late Summer which continues into the early Fall. This is a larval host plant of the Morning Cloak, Question Mark, Eastern Comma, and Tawny Emperor butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 5 to 10

Ulmus parvifolia Chinese Elm Lacebark Elm

Ulmus parvifolia Chinese Elm Lacebark Elm

Ulmus parvifolia Chinese Elm Lacebark Elm

Ulmus parvifolia Chinese Elm Lacebark Elm
Ulmus parvifolia | Chinese Elm | Lacebark Elm

20 Available Now

Here I am offering Seeds from Ulmus parvifolia, also known as Chinese Elm and Lacebark Elm. This tree likes sun to partial shade and has an interesting greenish yellow bloom in the late Summer which continues into the early Fall. This is a larval host plant of the Morning Cloak, Question Mark, Eastern Comma, and Tawny Emperor butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 5 to 10








Ugni molinae | Chilean Guava | Strawberry Myrtle


Here I am offering Seeds from Ugni molinae, also known as Chilean Guava, murta, Ugniberry, Tazziberry, and Strawberry Myrtle. Growing to a maximum height of about 8 feet this plant likes to live in full sun, partial shade, or light shade. If you crush the leaves they have a spicy scent which is probably the reason that the leaves caqn be dried and used as a tea substitute. The seeds can also be roasted and used as a coffee substitute. The fruit itself is slightly sweet and very delicious which is not a big surprise because this plant is in the guava family. The shrub itself is quite attractive and is used for privacy in many places and it is also grown as an ornamental plant because of its attractive drooping pink flowers. This was Queen Victorias favorite fruit. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 11

Ugni molinae Chilean Guava Strawberry Myrtle

Ugni molinae Chilean Guava Strawberry Myrtle

Ugni molinae Chilean Guava Strawberry Myrtle

Ugni molinae Chilean Guava Strawberry Myrtle
Ugni molinae | Chilean Guava | Strawberry Myrtle

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Here I am offering Seeds from Ugni molinae, also known as Chilean Guava, murta, Ugniberry, Tazziberry, and Strawberry Myrtle. Growing to a maximum height of about 8 feet this plant likes to live in full sun, partial shade, or light shade. If you crush the leaves they have a spicy scent which is probably the reason that the leaves can be dried and used as a tea substitute. The seeds can also be roasted and used as a coffee substitute. The fruit itself is slightly sweet and very delicious which is not a big surprise because this plant is in the guava family. The shrub itself is quite attractive and is used for privacy in many places. It is also grown as an ornamental plant because of its attractive drooping pink flowers. This was Queen Victorias favorite fruit. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 11