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Canarina canariensis

$7.00
Canarina canariensis. Sowing : Sow seeds in a well drained medium. 
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Centaurothamnus maximus

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Centaurothamnus maximus. 
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Chamaecyparis lawsoniana

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Chamaecyparis lawsoniana (Cupressaceae). Lawson Cypress. It is native to the southwest of Oregon and the far northwest of California in the United States. This plant has a cypress-like, densely conical form with erect feathery branches of ovate blue-gray 
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Chorisia speciosa

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Chorisia speciosa ( Bombaceae). silk floss tree, kapok, floss silk tree, ceiba del brasil. Silk floss tree is an awkwardly branched 9.1-18.3 m) tree with pale green leaves palmately divided into 5-7 pointed leaflets. The young trees start out growing fast 
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Cleome chilensis

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Cleome chilensis (Capparidaceae) Endemic to extremely dry areas in coastal mountains of Chile is this virtually unknown, delightful little annual plant with neat palmate foliage and bearing over a long period very pretty white flowers. 
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Cleretum papulosum

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Cleretum papulosum 
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Cyathea australis

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Cyathea australis (Cyatheaceae). From the forests of Southeast Australia comes this medium to large sized tree fern. It is an attractive, reasonably fast-growing treefern with a stocky, black trunk. Sowing : Sow seeds in summer in a damp condition. 
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Delonix regia

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Delonix regia (Leguminoceae). A deciduous tropical tree with fern-like leaves, that is considered one of the most beautiful trees in the world! Although it is a fast grower, it can take up to 10 years to mature. 
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Deutzia crenata f. plena

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Deutzia crenata f. plena. 
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Digitalis grandiflora

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Digitalis grandiflora (Plantaginaceae) It is a clump-forming perennial to 80cm in height, with dark, evergreen foliage and erect spires of tubular, creamy-yellow flowers 4-5cm in length. Sowing : Sow in pots in a cold frame in late spring. 
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Dipcadi serotinum

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Dipcadi serotinum (Hyacinthaceae) The dull green to light brown flowers appear in summertime. Sowing : Sow seeds in a well drained medium. 
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Dorycnium pentophyllum

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Dorycnium pentophyllum 
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Erigeron glabratus

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Erigeron glabratus (Asteraceae). Sowing : Sow in trays, pots, etc of good seed compost in a propagator or warm place to maintain an optimum temperature of 20-25C. Cover with peat or sand. 
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Eryngium agavifolium

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Eryngium agavifolium (Umbiliferae). It has rosettes of fleshy, bright green slightly spiny sprap-shaped leaves. The flower stalks in summer carry whitish pom-poms. 
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Escallonia bifida

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Escallonia bifida 
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Filipendula vulgaris

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Filipendula vulgaris (Rosaceae) It has finely-cut, radical leaves, fern-like in appearance, and an erect stem 20–50 centimetres tall bearing a loose terminal inflorescence of small white flowers. The tiny flowers appear in dense clusters from late spring 
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Gentiana pnemonanthe

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Gentiana pnemonanthe 
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Habranthus robustus

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Habranthus robustus 
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Herbertia lahue

$14.00
Herbertia lahue (Iridaceae) This plant comes from Chile and Argentina. They almost look like Moraea. They flower for a long time in summer and the flowers are a light purple color. Sowing : Sow seeds in 
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Hosta caerulea f. aureovariegata

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Hosta caerulea f. aureovariegata 
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