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Leycesteria crocothyrsos | Golden Pheasant-Eye


Leycesteria crocothyrsos Golden Pheasant-Eye 1

Leycesteria crocothyrsos Golden Pheasant-Eye 2

Leycesteria crocothyrsos Golden Pheasant-Eye 3

Leycesteria crocothyrsos Golden Pheasant-Eye 4

Leycesteria crocothyrsos Golden Pheasant-Eye 5
Leycesteria crocothyrsos | Golden Pheasant-Eye

9 Available Now

This is Leycesteria crocothyrsos, also known as Golden Leycesteria, Yellow Pheasant Berry, and Golden Pheasant-Eye. From early Fall to late Summer this shrub has golden blooms. Many people enjoy this fruit and for some it is a real delicacy. Growing up to 8 feet tall this shrub likes to live in light shade to full shade. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11.








Leycesteria formosa | Himalayan Honeysuckle | Golden Lanterns


Here I am offering Seeds from Leycesteria formosa, Himalayan Honeysuckle, Golden Lanterns, flowering nutmeg, Himalaya nutmeg, Elishas Tears, and pheasant berry. This shrub can get about 8 feet tall and likes to live in sun or partial shade. The chandelier type blossoms hang during the middle of the Summer. This is a great plant for attracting all kinds of wildlife, especially hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies. This was a very popular plant in Victorian era shrubbery. USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 9

Leycesteria formosa Himalayan Honeysuckle Golden Lanterns

Leycesteria formosa Himalayan Honeysuckle Golden Lanterns

Leycesteria formosa Himalayan Honeysuckle Golden Lanterns

Leycesteria formosa Himalayan Honeysuckle Golden Lanterns
Leycesteria formosa | Himalayan Honeysuckle | Golden Lanterns

16 Available Now

This is Leycesteria formosa, Himalayan Honeysuckle, flowering nutmeg, Himalaya nutmeg, Elishas Tears, and pheasant berry. This shrub can get about 8 feet tall and likes to live in sun or partial shade. The chandelier type blossoms hang during the middle of the Summer. This is a great plant for attracting all kinds of wildlife, especially hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies. This was a very popular plant in Victorian era shrubbery. USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 9.








Liabum saloyense


Liabum saloyense 1

Liabum saloyense 2

Liabum saloyense 3

Liabum saloyense 5
Liabum saloyense

48 Available Now

This is Liabum saloyense. This shrub is a member of the sunflower family and likes to live in partial sun to semi shade. Because it is in the sunflower family I assume that several butterflies can at least use the plant for nectar. This plant is not grown in many places and would make a great ornamental plant. Dense clusters of bright yellow flowers are the main attraction. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11




Licuala grandis | Palas & Ruffled & Vanuatu Fan Palm


Licuala grandis Palas Ruffled Vanuatu Fan Palm 1

Licuala grandis Palas Ruffled Vanuatu Fan Palm 2

Licuala grandis Palas Ruffled Vanuatu Fan Palm 3

Licuala grandis Palas Ruffled Vanuatu Fan Palm 4

Licuala grandis Palas Ruffled Vanuatu Fan Palm 5
Licuala grandis | Palas & Ruffled & Vanuatu Fan Palm

18 Available Now

These seeds were collected from Licuala grandis, also known as Palas Palm, Ruffled Fan Palm, pritchardia grandis, and Vanuatu Fan Palm. This palm tree likes to live in light shade to full shade where it is grown for its striking foliage. USDA Hardiness Zones 10b to 11.




Ligustrum vulgare | Common & European & Wild Privet


Ligustrum vulgare Common European Wild Privet 1

Ligustrum vulgare Common European Wild Privet 2

Ligustrum vulgare Common European Wild Privet 3

Ligustrum vulgare Common European Wild Privet 4

Ligustrum vulgare Common European Wild Privet5
Ligustrum vulgare | Common & European & Wild Privet

30 Available Now

These seeds were collected from Ligustrum vulgare, Common Privet, European Privet, and Wild Privet. This shrub likes to live in sun to partial shade where it can get about 15 feet high. The white blossoms are fragrant and on display most of the year. You can make a yellow dye from the leaves and bark, and a high quality green-blue dye from the berries, and a black dye or ink from the fruit. The wood is also high quality and can be very valuable if grown large enough to work with. Smaller branches are used to make baskets and tool handles. This wood is also used to make charcoal. This plant is a larval host for the Laurel sphinx, Great ash sphinx, and Waved sphinx moths. USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 10.