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Oenothera filiformis | Large Flowering Gaura


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Oenothera filiformis | Large Flowering Gaura

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This is Oenothera filiformis, also known as Large flowering Gaura, Gaura longiflora, and Long Flower Beeblossom. Growing up to 6 feet tall this plant likes to live in full sun to partial shade. Blooming in the Summertime this plant has white blossoms. Oenothera filiformis is a larval host for the White-lined Sphinx, Proud sphinx, and Juanita sphinx moth. This plant is grown as an annual everywhere and it is a short lived perennial in USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 8








Orlaya grandiflora | Minoan Lace | White Lace Flower


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Orlaya grandiflora | Minoan Lace | White Lace Flower

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This is Orlaya grandiflora, also known as Minoan Lace, and White Lace Flower. This is an Annual plant grows to about 2 feet tall and likes to live in sun or partial shade. The bursting white blossoms arrive in late Spring and hang around until early Summer. This plant as well as Centaurea cyanus are two of the best choices if you want plants that will be valuable to beneficial pollen collectors. This includes butterflies, bees, wasps, flower flies, and many others that I have never heard of. This will make butterflies happy.




Oryza sativa Black Madras | Asian & Common Rice


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Oryza sativa Black Madras | Asian & Common Rice

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These seeds were collected from Oryza sativa black, also known as Black Madras, Asian Rice, and Common Rice. This annual likes to live in full sun where it can grow up to about a foot and a half high and blossoms anywhere from the middle of summer until the middle of the fall sporting yellow, green, chartreuse, cream, and tan blossoms. The seed can be cooked and eaten and is one of the most cultivated crops in the world. You can also obtain oil from the seed and use it for cooking, to make salad dressing, to produce soap, or to create plastic for shipping. Starch from the rice is used to starch clothing, to produce cosmetics, and used in the making of textiles. The straw collected from the rice plant is used as a fuel, or to repair houses, or as a material to make thatching, bags, hats, paper, shoes, ropes, and storage containers. The seed can also be puffed and used a a delicious cereal. This plant is a larval host for the Violet-banded Skipper, Purple-washed Skipper, Ocola Skipper, and the Least Skipper butterflies. This annual can be grown in all USDA Hardiness Zones.








Oxypetalum caeruleum | Tweedia | Southern Star


Here I am offering Seeds of Oxypetalum caeruleum, also known as tweedia, and southern star. It is a very desireable plant because of its blossoms that start out in late Spring as a clear pale blue star that slowly develops into violet in late Summer and purple in early Fall. This evergreen perennial has beautiful heart shaped leaves and the blooms works well as a long lasting cut flower. This plant likes to live in full sun with a well draining soil. This is a larval host plant for the Monarch butterly. This plant can be grown as an Annual and will go to seed in one season, or it can be grown longer in USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 10

Oxypetalum caeruleum Tweedia Southern Star

Oxypetalum caeruleum Tweedia Southern Star

Oxypetalum caeruleum Tweedia Southern Star

Oxypetalum caeruleum Tweedia Southern Star
Oxypetalum caeruleum | Tweedia | Southern Star

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Here I am offering Seeds of Oxypetalum caeruleum, also known as Blue milkweed Vine, tweedia, and southern star. It is a very desirable plant because of its blossoms that start out in late Spring as a clear pale blue star that slowly develops into violet in late Summer and purple in early Fall. This evergreen perennial has beautiful heart shaped leaves and the blooms work well as a long lasting cut flower. This plant likes to live in full sun with a well draining soil. This is a larval host plant for the Monarch butterfly, and it is a nectar source not only for the Monarch but also for countless other butterflies. This plant can be grown as an Annual so it will go to seed in one season, or it can be grown longer in USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 10