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Washingtonia robusta | Mexican fan palm | Skyduster


Washingtonia robusta Mexican fan palm Skyduster 1

Washingtonia robusta Mexican fan palm Skyduster 2

Washingtonia robusta Mexican fan palm Skyduster 3

Washingtonia robusta Mexican fan palm Skyduster 4

Washingtonia robusta Mexican fan palm Skyduster 5
Washingtonia robusta | Mexican fan palm | Skyduster

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This is Washingtonia robusta, also known as Skyduster, Mexican fan palm, and Mexican washingtonia. Growing to about 80 feet tall, this tree has some of the most beautiful fans of any palm tree. This tree may live in excess of 500 years in age. The flowers on this tree, and other palms, serve as a larval host for the Palm Flower Moth. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11








Wallichia oblongifolia | Dwarf Wallichs Fishtail Himalayan Palm


Wallichia oblongifolia Dwarf Wallichs Fishtail Himalayan Palm 1

Wallichia oblongifolia Dwarf Wallichs Fishtail Himalayan Palm 2

Wallichia oblongifolia Dwarf Wallichs Fishtail Himalayan Palm 3

Wallichia oblongifolia Dwarf Wallichs Fishtail Himalayan Palm 4

Wallichia oblongifolia Dwarf Wallichs Fishtail Himalayan Palm 5
Wallichia oblongifolia | Dwarf Wallichs Fishtail Himalayan Palm

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This is Wallichia oblongifolia, also known as Dwarf Wallichs Fishtail Palm, Dwarf Wallichs, and Himalayan Palm. These palms like to live in light shade all the way to full shade where they grow up to 8 feet tall. USDA Hardiness Zones 9b to 11.








Wisteria frutescens | American Wisteria


Here I am offering Seeds from Wisteria frutescens, also known as American Wisteria. This plant likes sun to partial shade and blooms in the middle of the Spring. Wisteria frutescens can be grown inside near a window. These gorgeous blooms range from blue to violet to lavender. This is the caterpillar larval host plant of the Long-tailed Skipper and Juvenals Duskywing butterflies, and the nectar plant for many others. USDA Hardiness Zones 6 to 9

Wisteria frutescens American Wisteria

Wisteria frutescens American Wisteria

Wisteria frutescens American Wisteria

Wisteria frutescens American Wisteria
Wisteria frutescens | American Wisteria

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This is Wisteria frutescens, also known as American Wisteria. This plant likes sun to partial shade and blooms in the middle of the Spring. Wisteria frutescens can be grown inside near a window. These gorgeous blooms range from blue to violet to lavender. This is the caterpillar larval host plant of the Long-tailed Skipper and Juvenals Duskywing butterflies, and the nectar plant for many others. USDA Hardiness Zones 6 to 9




Withania somnifera | Ashwagandha | Indian Ginseng | Winter Cherry


Withania somnifera Ashwagandha Indian Ginseng Winter Cherry 1

Withania somnifera Ashwagandha Indian Ginseng Winter Cherry 2

Withania somnifera Ashwagandha Indian Ginseng Winter Cherry 3

Withania somnifera Ashwagandha Indian Ginseng Winter Cherry 4

Withania somnifera Ashwagandha Indian Ginseng Winter Cherry 5
Withania somnifera | Ashwagandha | Indian Ginseng | Winter Cherry

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Here are seeds from Withania somnifera, also known as ashwagandha, Indian ginseng, and winter cherry. This plant likes to live in full sun but can do pretty well in partial shade where it can blossom from late Spring until early Fall. Growing to about 4 feet high, this plant has green and white flowers that attract a wide variety of birds, bees, and butterflies. Vegan cheeses are created by using the seeds of this plant to curdle plant milk. The pulp from the fruit is used as a soap substitute, and the leaves can be crushed up and used to repel insects. This plant can be grown as an annual anywhere and is a tender perennial that will stay alive during the winter in USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11.