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  1. ASARINA - JOAN LORRAINE *sold out*

    ASARINA - JOAN LORRAINE *sold out*

    This snapdragon relative is also known as creeping gloxinia. In tropical climates the vine reaches great lengths and can grow to 10' in the northern US. Blooms are purple, bell shaped, and abundant. 25 seeds. G 9-21 Learn More

    Regular Price: $1.35

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  2. DOLICHOS LABLAB HYACINTH BEAN

    HYACINTH BEAN

    If you've been to the restored gardens and farm of Thomas Jefferson in Virginia, then you'll know this as "the legend of Monticello's bean arbor." Jefferson constructed this colossal extravagance to grow and enjoy this beautiful, free-spirited annual. More vigorous and adventurous in its growth habit than the Scarlet Runner Bean, the Hyacinth Bean produces large spiked clusters of lavender flowers which are held out and above the foliage on long, straight stems. Mature pods are a lovely purple, and the seeds are an interesting chocolate brown with a white lobe. ." Warning: The dry seeds of this bean contain cyanogenic glucosides in toxic amounts. Asian cooks treat the seeds to remove the toxins, but unless you are very familiar with the process, it is best not to eat them. 12 seeds G8-12 Learn More
    $1.95

  3. HYACINTH BEAN - RED LEAVED

    HYACINTH BEAN - RED LEAVED

    Dolichos Lablab. Dark crimson red foliage with deep purple flowers and beans. 12 seeds G8-12 Learn More
    $1.75

  4. SCARLET RUNNER BEAN

    SCARLET RUNNER BEAN

    This is probably grown more as an ornamental than as a food crop, but the pods of this bean are edible and very nutritious. Vines grow quickly and easily and should be supported to a height of 8 feet. The blooms are a radiant, fiery color, somewhere between scarlet and orange, and are held in clusters on 12" stems that hold up very well as a cut flower. ?50 seeds G7-14 Learn More
    $1.60

  5. CANARY CREEPER

    CANARY CREEPER

    Tropieolum Peregrinum. This flowering vine has a vivid personality that really grabs you. The rounded, lobed leaves are exotic, rather tropical. It climbs, spreads and covers very well, making a lush screen or canopy. The flowers are bright canary-yellow with some tiny red splashes, made even more striking by the open "mouth" and curled, pointed tail which float below two flared, fan-like "wings." A South American native. 30 seeds ?G9-18 Learn More
    $1.35

  6. CHILEAN GLORY FLOWER

    CHILEAN GLORY FLOWER

    A quick growing climber that makes an enchanting lacy curtain with its bipinnate leaves, tiny curling tendrils, and continual clusters of 1" yellowy-orange tubular blooms. Hummingbirds love the blooms. Grow this close to your house so you can watch them, and follow the flowers as they form, open, and then produce the interesting pudgy seed pods. This is wonderful for screening or shading a porch. 14-60 days germ. time on these so be patient. 25 seeds Learn More
    $1.65

  7. MONASTERY BELLS COBAEA

    COBAEA - MONASTERY BELLS

    A zone 9 perennial which we grow as an annual. Originating in Mexico, known as the Cup and Saucer vine or Cathedral Bells, this plant has strong tendrils by which it attaches itself to its support. The 2" flowers are a bell shape and hang gracefully on lush foliage. The colors range from a muted mauve to a dusty lavender, making this a good choice for a classic cottage garden. Grow in a container so it can be brought in for the winter. 20 seeds G21-30 Learn More
    $1.75

  8. ALBA COBEA

    COBEA - ALBA

    This version of this dramatically impressive climber presents 2 inch blooms of pure white. 20 seeds Learn More
    $1.75

  9. HEAVENLY BLUE MORNING GLORY

    MORNING GLORY - HEAVENLY BLUE

    The most popular variety and one of the loveliest. 4-inch blooms are borne on vines that will climb to a height of 12 feet. This strain was discovered by amateur seed savers named Clarke in the 20's and is dependably early and full flowering. Soak or notch seeds before planting. 20 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  10. MORNING GLORY - PEARLY GATES

    MORNING GLORY - PEARLY GATES

    This pure white mutation of Heavenly Blue was discovered by Gilbert Bentley and won an All-America award. Soak or notch seeds before planting. 20 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  11. YELLOW TEARS DICENTRA

    MORNING GLORY - SCARLET O HARA

    We were very impressed with both the color and the vigor of this lovely morning glory. The crimson has a lot of rose in it and blooms are large. Soak or notch seeds before planting. 20 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  12. FLYING SAUCERS MORNING GLORY

    MORNING GLORY - FLYING SAUCERS

    Introduced by Seedsman Darold Decker in 1960, this lofty vine is covered with spectacular 6" flowers of white etched with varying amounts of sky blue.?Very impressive from a distance.?Soak or notch seeds before planting. 20 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

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