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Lablab purpureus | Hyacinth Bean


Lablab purpureus Hyacinth Bean 1

Lablab purpureus Hyacinth Bean 2

Lablab purpureus Hyacinth Bean 3

Lablab purpureus Hyacinth Bean 4

Lablab purpureus Hyacinth Bean 5
Lablab purpureus | Hyacinth Bean

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These seeds were collected from Lablab purpureus, also known as Hyacinth Bean. This annual vine likes to live in full sun to partial shade where they can grow up to about 20 feet long. Its fragrant purple, pink, white, and rose colored flowers are on display from the middle of the summer until the middle of the fall where they attract a wide variety of birds, bees and butterflies. Hummingbirds love this plant. All parts of this plant are edible. Mature seed pods and leaves can be cooked and eaten as vegetables. Tofu and Tempeh can be made from the beans. Seed sprouts can be eaten raw and young pods and young premature seeds can be eaten raw or cooked. The leaves can also be dried and then cooked later as a vegetable similar to spinach. The flowers can be eaten cooked or raw and the root can also be cooked and eaten. This vine is a tender perennial in USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 12, but is grown as an annual in all USDA Hardiness Zones.




Lagenaria siceraria | Birdhouse Gourd | Calabash Corsican | Tasmania


Lagenaria siceraria Birdhouse Gourd Calabash Corsican Tasmania 1

Lagenaria siceraria Birdhouse Gourd Calabash Corsican Tasmania 2

Lagenaria siceraria Birdhouse Gourd Calabash Corsican Tasmania 3

Lagenaria siceraria Birdhouse Gourd Calabash Corsican Tasmania 4

Lagenaria siceraria Birdhouse Gourd Calabash Corsican Tasmania 5
Lagenaria siceraria | Birdhouse Gourd | Calabash Corsican | Tasmania

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These seeds were collected from Lagenaria siceraria, also known as Hard shelled Gourd, bottle gourd, white-flowered gourd, long melon, birdhouse gourd, New Guinea bean, Tasmania bean, and Calabash Corsican. The fruit can be harvested young and eaten as a vegetable or the fruit can be grown to maturity and used to make containers, birdhouses, or musical instruments. Young leaves and shoots can be cooked and eaten as vegetables as well. The seeds can be cooked and eaten or used to obtain an edible oil. The seeds can also be used to make a seed curd similar to tofu. Bottle gourds have been recovered in archeological digs in Japan and China dating back to 9,000B.C. This annual can be grown in all USDA Hardiness Zones.




Lagurus ovatus | Bunny Tails


Lagurus ovatus Bunny Tails 1

Lagurus ovatus Bunny Tails 2

Lagurus ovatus Bunny Tails 3

Lagurus ovatus Bunny Tails 4

Lagurus ovatus Bunny Tails 5
Lagurus ovatus | Bunny Tails

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This is Lagurus ovatus, also known as Hares Tail Grass, and Bunny Tails. The flowers are used for dying and preserving. Growing up to 18 inches tall this annual likes to live in full sun. From late Spring to early Fall this annual blossoms cream, and tan. This annual will grow in all USDA Hardiness Zones.








Lantana camara Florida Mound Red


Here I am offering Seeds from Lantana camara, also known as Lantana Florida Mound Red. This tropical plant grows to about 2 feet tall and is very popular with the birds, bees, and butterflies. It likes to live in full sun or partial shade. These seeds were collected from the hybrid plant and the seeds may or may not grow true from seed. This plant is grown as an annual all over but it is a tender perennial in USDA Hardiness Zones 8b to 11

Lantana camara Florida Mound Red

Lantana camara Florida Mound Red

Lantana camara Florida Mound Red

Lantana camara Florida Mound Red
Lantana camara Florida Mound Red

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This is Lantana camara, also known as Lantana Florida Mound Red. This tropical plant grows to about 2 feet tall and is very popular with the birds, bees, and butterflies. It likes to live in full sun or partial shade. These seeds were collected from the hybrid plant and the seeds may or may not grow true from seed. This plant is grown as an annual all over but it is a tender perennial in USDA Hardiness Zones 8b to 11




Luffa acutangula | Angled Loofah | Chinese Okra | Ribbed Gourd


Luffa acutangula Angled Loofah Chinese Okra Ribbed Gourd 1

Luffa acutangula Angled Loofah Chinese Okra Ribbed Gourd 2

Luffa acutangula Angled Loofah Chinese Okra Ribbed Gourd 3

Luffa acutangula Angled Loofah Chinese Okra Ribbed Gourd 4

Luffa acutangula Angled Loofah Chinese Okra Ribbed Gourd 5
Luffa acutangula | Angled Loofah | Chinese Okra | Ribbed Gourd

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This is Luffa acutangula, Angled Loofah, Chinese Okra, Ribbed Gourd, dish cloth gourd, ridged gourd, sponge gourd, vegetable gourd, strainer vine, ribbed loofah, silky gourd, ridged gourd, silk gourd, and sinkwa towelsponge. The unripe fruit is used as a vegetable and the ripened fruit is used as a loofah or a natural cleaning sponge. It can be grown as a houseplant in colder climates. The yellow blossoms attract bees, butterflies, and birds. This plant likes to live in full sun where it blooms repeatedly from late Spring until early Fall. The seeds can be roasted and salted and they are often eaten as a delicacy. Young fruit is eaten raw or cooked and are often used in salads. This fruit is widely used in curries and soups. The oil from the seed can also be used as a cooking oil. This plant is grown as an annual in all USDA Hardiness Zones.