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Manihot esculenta | Tapioca | Cassava | Yuca | Manioc | Mandioca | 10_Seeds


Here I am possibly offering Seeds from Manihot esculenta, also known as Tapioca Plant, Cassava, Yuca, Manioc, macaxeira, mandioca, kappa kizhangu, aipimand, and Mandioca. This plant likes to live in full sun where it grows up to 6 feet tall. The yellow, cream, and tan blossoms are on display from late spring until early summer where they attract a wide variety of birds, bees, and butterflies. The young leaves can be boiled for 15 minutes and eaten as a vegetable, and the roots can be boiled, fried, or made into flour. It is a very good source of vitamin C.  USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11.
Manihot esculenta | Tapioca | Cassava | Yuca | Manioc | Mandioca | 10_Seeds

100 Available Now

Here I am possibly offering Seeds from Manihot esculenta, also known as Tapioca Plant, Cassava, Yuca, Manioc, macaxeira, mandioca, kappa kizhangu, aipimand, and Mandioca. This plant likes to live in full sun where it grows up to 6 feet tall. The yellow, cream, and tan blossoms are on display from late spring until early summer where they attract a wide variety of birds, bees, and butterflies. The young leaves can be boiled for 15 minutes and eaten as a vegetable, and the roots can be boiled, fried, or made into flour. It is a very good source of vitamin C. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11.
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Murraya paniculata | Mock Orange Jasmine | Satinwood | 10_Seeds


This is Murraya paniculata, also known as, Orange Jasmine, mock orange, and satinwood. This plant is often grown as a shrub for its elegant white scented flowers. It bears small orange and red fruit. It attracts a wide variety of bees, birds, and butterflies. Growing to about 20 feet high, this plant likes to live in sun to partial shade. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11.
Murraya paniculata | Mock Orange Jasmine | Satinwood | 10_Seeds

97 Available Now

This is Murraya paniculata, also known as, Orange Jasmine, mock orange, and satinwood. This plant is often grown as a shrub for its elegant white scented flowers. It bears small orange and red fruit. It attracts a wide variety of bees, birds, and butterflies. Growing to about 20 feet high, this plant likes to live in sun to partial shade. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11.
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Poncirus trifoliata | Contorted Flying Dragon | Trifoliate Orange | 10_Seed


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.
Poncirus trifoliata | Contorted Flying Dragon | Trifoliate Orange | 10_Seed

50 Available Now

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.
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Ficus religiosa | Sacred Fig | Bodhi Tree | Pippala | Peepul |Peepal | 100_Seeds


This is Ficus religiosa, also known as sacred fig, bodhi tree, pippala tree, peepul tree, peepal tree, and ashwattha tree. Growing up to 100 feet tall, this tree attracts a wide variety of bees, birds, and butterflies. This tree likes to live in full sun where it sports chartreuse, yellow, and green blossoms from late Winter until early Spring.  The leaves on this tree continuously move around even if there is no wind or breeze to move them. This fact has made this tree very popular with some religions. Ficus, in general, are larval host plants for the Fig sphinx moth, and the Antillean Daggerwing butterfly. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11
Ficus religiosa | Sacred Fig | Bodhi Tree | Pippala | Peepul |Peepal | 100_Seeds

49 Available Now

This is Ficus religiosa, also known as sacred fig, bodhi tree, pippala tree, peepul tree, peepal tree, and ashwattha tree. Growing up to 100 feet tall, this tree attracts a wide variety of bees, birds, and butterflies. This tree likes to live in full sun where it sports chartreuse, yellow, and green blossoms from late Winter until early Spring. The leaves on this tree continuously move around even if there is no wind or breeze to move them. This fact has made this tree very popular with some religions. Ficus, in general, are larval host plants for the Fig sphinx moth, and the Antillean Daggerwing butterfly. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11
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Ugni molinae | Chilean Guava | Strawberry Myrtle | 20_Seeds


This is 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
Ugni molinae | Chilean Guava | Strawberry Myrtle | 20_Seeds

48 Available Now

This is 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
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