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Codariocalyx motorius | Dancing Plant | Telegraph | Semaphore


Codariocalyx motorius Dancing Plant Telegraph Semaphore 1

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Codariocalyx motorius | Dancing Plant | Telegraph | Semaphore

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These seeds are from Codariocalyx motorius, also known as the telegraph plant, dancing plant, or semaphore plant. This plant is capable of rapid movement like the venus flytrap. Yes, it moves fast enough so that you can see it move. The movement is not completely understood. You do not make this plant move by touching it, but instead it can be enticed into moving with music. For this reason some people think that the movement by this plant is used to keep away predators, maybe insects. Others think the plant moves to take in as much light energy as possible. At the base of each leaf, there are two small leaflets which constantly scan the environment and the main leaf turns itself smoothly on a hinge. The plant can get up to about 4 feet high and it has small purple flowers that look like little cups. The Power Of Movement In Plants was written by Charles Darwin in 1880 and this plant was included in the book. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11.




Coffea arabica


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Coffea arabica

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These seeds are from Coffea arabica, also known as Arabian coffee. This is widely regarded as the finest tasting coffee species in the world. The white blossoms are scented and nicely fragrant. This plant is a larval host plant for the Half-blind sphinx Moth. It is also a nectar source for the Red-bordered Pixie, and Klugs Clearwing butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11.




Coffea arabica Caturra | Dwarf Coffee


Here I am offering Seeds from Coffea arabica Caturra

Coffea arabica Caturra Dwarf Coffee

Coffea arabica Caturra Dwarf Coffee

Coffea arabica Caturra Dwarf Coffee

Coffea arabica Caturra Dwarf Coffee
Coffea arabica Caturra | Dwarf Coffee

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This is Coffea arabica Caturra, also known as a Dwarf Coffee. This plant is perfect for growing your own coffee indoors. Coffea arabica Caturra does not mind being in either shade or full sun and is much shorter than the normal coffee plant, making it a great selection as a house plant. I roast my own beans and almost all of the coffee I roast is arabica. I know that some people think robusta is better, but I like medium and light roasted coffees and that means arabica almost every time for me. This plant produces more coffee beans and matures quicker than common coffee plants. This is because the branches are shorter and closer together which directs more of the plants energy into producing coffee beans and growing to maturity. This variety is also more resistant to disease than the older arabica varieties. The white blossoms are scented and nicely fragrant. This plant is a larval host plant for the Half-blind sphinx Moth. It is also a nectar source for the Red-bordered Pixie, and Klugs Clearwing butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11








Colvillea racemosa | Colvilles Glory | Whip Tree


Colvillea racemosa Colvilles Glory Whip Tree 1

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Colvillea racemosa | Colvilles Glory | Whip Tree

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This is Colvillea racemosa, also known as Colvilles Glory Tree, and Whip Tree. The large clumps of bright orange blossoms are real show stoppers. These trees like to live in full sun to partial shade. It attracts a wide variety of bees, birds, and butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11.