Herbaceous Seedlings

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Scientific Name Common Name Availability Description

Campsis radicans (trumpet creeper)

h1 Campsis radicans trumpet creeper Currently sold out! Check with us on crop status. Vine with attractive white bark and bright orange flowers that attract humming birds and other pollinators. Found on dry to moist soils.
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Canna flaccida (golden canna, yellow canna)

h2 Canna flaccida golden canna, yellow canna Sorry, we're out! Contact us to see how the new crop is coming. Spreading broad-leafed dark-green plant to 36 inches in height with attractive yellow, gold, and red flowers. Occurs on wetland and inundated soils.
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Erythrina herbacea (Cherokee bean, coral bean)

   
Cherokee bean 062413 Erythrina herbacea Cherokee bean, coral bean Unavailable*
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Usually a shrub but can reach small tree size on upland soils. Deciduous with red/pink flowers and string bean-like fruit that open to reveal red seeds.
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Gaillardia pulchella (Indian blanket)

   
 Blanket flower 060213 Gaillardia pulchella Indian blanket Sold out. Contact us at urbanforestry@att.net Attractive red, orange yellow daisy-like flowers on long stalks. flowers best in full sun on sandy soils.
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Helianthus debilis (beach sunflower)

Helianthus debilis beach sunflower Sold out. contact us at urbanforestry@att.net Attractive annual up to about 6 feet tall. Multiple 3-inch wide flowers yellow flowers with maroon centers.
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Iris virginica (blue flag)

h3 Iris virginica blue flag 460 Creeping iris that grows to 36-inches with attractive blue and yellow flower in early Spring. Found in wetland and inundated environments.
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Juncus effusus (soft rush)

h4 Juncus effusus soft rush 50 Long thin, rolled leaves in a dense clump growing to 48” tall. Found on moist to inundated soils in and adjacent to water.
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Licana michauxii (gopher apple)

h5 Licana michauxii gopher apple Unavailable*
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Low-growing colonial perennial with silver underside to its leaves. Found on dry to moist soils.
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Mimosa strigillosa (powderpuff)

 Mimosa 060213 Mimosa strigillosa powderpuff Unavailable*
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Low-growing colonial perennial groundcover with attractive green leaves and pink flowers. Found on dry to moist soils.
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Ruellia caroliniensis (wild petunia)

h6 Ruellia caroliniensis wild petunia Gone! contact us at urbanforestry@att.net Wildflower to 12 inches with numerous pale blue with white flowers during growing season.
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Viola floridana or sororia (Florida violet, blue violet)

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h8 Viola floridana or sororia Florida violet, blue violet Sold out. Contact us at urbanforestry@att.com Low growing groundcover with attractive blue flowers in the Spring. Found on moist soils.
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Yucca filamentosa (Adam’s needle)

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h9 Yucca filamentosa Adam’s needle 100 expected in June in 1-gallon. contact us at urbanforestry@att.net Wide leaved succulent with attractive white flower spike. Occurs on moist to dry soils.
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