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Washingtonia Robusta or Mexican Fan Palm is a beautiful example of the most popular type of Palm Tree. Fan Palm. As found in California, Florida, Mexico etc. Pack of 10 seeds now available to Sow and germinate in your home for planting out in your yard or gardens. Germination rate of these seeds we harvested in Turkey is 90% or more. Very easy to grow. Simply soak in water for 2 to 3 days ensuring you change the water every day. Plant about 1/2 inch deep in good compost mixed with a little sand. Keep moist
Java Olive is a tall, straight tree. Originally from East Africa and North Australia, it grows freely down the West of the Peninsular, in Burma Ceylon and South India. The grey bark is smooth, spotted with brown and faintly ridged. The branches are whorled and usually horizontal, the numerous branchlets gracefully up-curved and crowded at the ends with large, palm-like leaves, remind one somewhat of the English Horse-chestnut. The flowers, appearing early in February, form at the knotty ends of the wrinkled
Shrubby tropical tree known for its very fragrant tube flowers which change in color from white to orange. Flowers often strung in leis. Also known for its common name as "Poo-Keni-Keni" or "Pua". They are followed by fleshy orange fruit.
Grows to 40 feet tall. Popular especially for its prolific display of bright red flowers. No spines on petiole. Larger leaved. Bright red seeds. The Erythrina coralloides flowers come on when the tree has few, if any, leaves. The red flowers have a hint of a purple hue. This hardy tropical tree is probably the most cold-tolerant of the coral trees. Hardy in zones 9 - 11. In cooler areas grow as patio or house plant. All seeds include germination and growing instructions! </CENTER>
Join the coffee craze and produce your very own coffee beans! Not only is Arabica the coffee of commerce, with red, pulpy berries produced on an upright shrub, it also has fragrant white blooms against shiny green leaves. Coffea arabica nana is a small subtropical evergreen tree. This is a dwarf variety of it which only grows a few feet tall. It has large, deep green, glossy leaves and white flowers, each lasting a few days, with a scent like jasmine. The berries are green at first, ripening to dark red
NEW Japanese Pagoda Tree 10 Seeds - Sophora - Bonsai $8.89 $11.95 Increasingly used as a bonsai. A tall deciduous tree to 60', hardy to zone 4; leaves ovate to 2" and in 3-8 pairs. Tiered appearance with sturdy branching .Recommended Temperature Zone: USDA: 4 -11 Sun Exposure: Full sun to light shade Origin: China and Korea Growth Habits: Deciduous medium to large tree, 40 to 60 feet tall and wide (12-24 m); young branches have olive-green bark; bright to dark green, pinnately compound leaves, 6
Dermatobotrys saundersii, called tree jockey, is an unusual epiphytic small shrub native to South Africa. The leaves are soft and rubbery with shallow toothed margins and reddish veins. The tubular deep red flowers are encircling the top of each stem just below the leaves.
Maples are planted as ornamental trees and are especially popular as it is fast growing and extremely cold resistant. Other maples, especially smaller species are popular as specimen trees. Leaves are bright yellow in the fall. Germination 7-10 days, sowing depth 1/2", space trees 40 feet apart. Grows up to 60 feet tall. Full sun to part shade. 10 seeds. Zones 3-9. All seed packets come with an identification photo along with germination instructions. I have over 400 different types of flowers, trees and
The 2" wide white flowers are borne directly on the branches and are soon followed by dangling yellow fruits up to 4' in length. They resemble yellow candles. 25' tropical tree.
Very attractive. Fast germinating but slow growing 15' tree. Known for its hard, heavy wood with resinous content. Has unique branching that lends toward a bonsai look. An arid/tropical ornamental with small leathery paired leaflets and blue flowers. Resistant to salt spray. May be kept pruned to maintain small size. Makes a great bonsai, also! All seeds include germination and growing instructions. </FONT>
Australian native known for its thick black trunk to 5' which is topped by a 3' high fountain of grass-like leaves which in turn produce an erect 5' flower spike. Requires constant warmth and full sun. Arid - sub tropic. The Aborigines called these plants "Black Boys" because after a wild fire, the bottom leaves burn away revealing a singed black trunk with long green reed-like leaves extending from the top of the trunk giving the appearance of black figures. Frost tolerant. Makes a great bonsai! </P>
> 10 Seeds Halleria lucida ,Tree Fuchsia Seeds Halleria lucida ,Tree Fuchsia Seeds 10 Seeds Halleria lucida ,Tree Fuchsia Seeds 10 -seeds -halleria -lucida -tree -fuchs10 Halleria lucida ,Tree Fuchsia Seeds: Product Description Halleria lucida an attractive tree and an asset to any garden, it is also one of the best bird attracting trees. It is an evergreen tree or large shrub, often multi-stemmed, with a spreading crown and attractive glossy bright green foliage on arching and drooping branches. Flowers
tree of the family Bignoniaceae, 6 to 12 metres (20 to 40 feet) tall, that grows in Central and South America, the West Indies, and extreme southern Florida. It is often grown as an ornamental. The calabash tree produces large spherical fruits, up to 50 cm (20 inches) in diameter, the hard shells of which are useful as bowls, cups, and other water containers when hollowed out. The fruit's shell encloses a whitish pulp and thin, dark brown seeds. The calabash tree's flowers have five petals fused in a funnel
The Tulip tree, also known as the Yellow Poplar tree, or Liriodendron tulipifera in the botanical world, has very interesting, unique leaves that give the tree its name. The leaves of the Tulip tree are shaped like the flower by the same name, and they turn pale yellow in the fall season, which simply adds to their unique charm. Blooms May to June. Cold stratification 60-90 days, sowing depth 1/4", space plants 20 to 30 feet apart. Grows up to 120 feet tall. Full sun. Zones 4-9. Listing is for 10 seeds. All
Common Names: tung tree, tung oil tree, China wood oil tree, tung nut tree, aceite chino, Chinawood tree. Tung oil comes from the seeds of Aleurites fordii, a deciduous shade tree native to China. It belongs to the Euphorbia Family (Euphorbiaceae) along with the candlenut tree , another species with seeds rich in unsaturated oils. For centuries tung oil has been used for paints and waterproof coatings, and as a component of caulk and mortar. It is an ingredient in "India ink" and is commonly used for a
**I LOVE plants that can be neglected and still thrive well!!! E-Z TO GROW FROM SEEDS!!!! Stunning coral-red flowers and fruit make a striking ornamental houseplant. Withstands temperatures as low as 5 degrees F. USDA Zone 7b: to -14.9 °C (5 °F) Set plant outside in summer -funnel -shaped flowers attract hummingbirds! Makes a juicy snack. 2-ft. mature height. Potted.
Virgilia divaricata, called blossom tree is a small to medium-sized tree, with a bushy, rounded to broadly conical growth habit with branches growing close to the ground. it is very fast-growing when young, attaining up to 1.3 m. in a year, and reaching his full height in only a few years. Virgilia divaricata rarely exceeds 10 m in height. The bark is silver-grey and smooth in young trees as the tree gets older the bark turns grey and rough. The trunk can grow up to 60 cm in diameter. Virgilia divaricata
The Bottle Tree is a stout deciduous tree growing to 20m with a tapering trunk and a dense crown. The ovate leaves have long narrow tips and are a glossy, bright green in colour. The bell-shaped flowers are cream with brown spots and are produced during spring. The black, boat-shaped fruits open along one side to release the edible seeds. It is often planted in gardens or as a street tree, and is naturalised in urban bushland in Perth. A native of eastern Australia. This large, heat-resistant tree has
Mahogany-Swietenia macrophylla. The national tree of Belize, mahogany has long been harvested for its valuable lumber. Known for its beautiful color, grain and durability, it is often used for high-end furniture. Mahogany can be found throughout southern Florida, the Caribbean, Central and South America, and western Africa. Being both beautiful and valuable, mahogany is the most important export timber of tropical America. Many tropical communities are concerned about the over-harvesting of mahogany and
* Very shrubby ornamental tree to 48' - the trunk to 4' width. Oval leaflets in 3-5 pairs oblong, much branching with small spines at base. Fragrant yellow flowers in dense slender spikes. Woody 6" fruits.
Thespesia populnea, the Portia tree is an evergreen bushy tree. It grows to 40 ft (12 m) or more with a spread of 10-20 ft (3-6 m). Thespesia populnea has heart-shaped leaves and cup-shaped yellow flowers that are produced intermittently throughout the year in warm climates. Each flower has a maroon eye that ages to purple.
Fast growing trees providing lots of shade and privacy. Plant as a privacy screen, wind barrier, or as a showpiece tree. Germination 15-20 days, sowing depth ½", space plants 10 feet apart. Grows 75 to 90 feet tall. 10 seeds. Zones 3-9. All seed packets come with an identification photo along with germination instructions. I have over 400 different types of flowers, trees and herbs that we grow on the farm. Feel free to contact me if you need a larger quantity. We appreciate your business! Please add
Elaeagnus angustifolia, also called Russian Silverberry, Oleaster, or Russian olive, is a perennial deciduous tree up to twenty-three feet tall. It has flexible, often spiny branches with dark, smooth bark, small, narrow, silvery leaves, and small clusters of aromatic yellow flowers that produce a hard olive-shaped edible fruit. Russian olive tolerates a wide range of soil and moisture conditions, from sand to heavy clay, and can withstand flooding and silting. It grows best in deep sandy or loamy soils
The Olea europaea olive tree is an evergreen tree with gray-green leaves, and small white fragrant flowers in the spring which produce a lot of pollen. A young olive tree has smooth gray bark, but as it gets older it gets very gnarled. A mature tree can reach a height of 25 to 30 feet, and live for hundreds of years. Some have even lived to be a thousand years. It is of major agricultural importance in the Mediterranean region as the source of olives and olive oil. Makes a great bonsai.
BLUE JACARANDA, Jacaranda mimosifolia is native to Argentina and Bolivia, a deciduous tree that grows up to 50 feet tall in its native habitat. In tropical and subtropical climates, it puts on a spectacular flowering display in spring to summer when 2" long blue-purple flowers appear in 12-inch terminal panicles and literally cover the tree. In more northern areas, these make excellent potted patio plants that can be overwintered inside. These may also be grown as year round houseplants or even grow as
The brilliantly red apple of the Red Rome Apple Tree has a very pleasant, mild flavor that usually bears apple fruit early in the second year after planting.The Red Rome Apple Tree is an age-old apple tree that has withstood the test of time and offers a tart flavor and its early fruit bearing qualities pleased our ancestors. This apple tree is self pollinating, which means, you don't need 2 trees to produce apples. Zone 5-7