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  1. CAESALPINIA cacalaco "Cascalote"

    CAESALPINIA cacalaco "Cascalote"

    Starting at: $1.65

    One of the showiest of the Caesalpinias. Shrubby tree to 50' with grey bark and armed with spikelets. Its 4" fruits and the seeds are edible. The bark has been used as a toothache remedy and the wood makes good charcoal. Produces large yellow flowers in long racemes. For hot, warm zones 9 - 10.Plant at 3/4" depth in well draining soil mix. Keep warm, damp and in bright light. 10 seeds per packet. Learn More
  2. CAESALPINIA Gilliesi "Bird of Paradise shrub"

    CAESALPINIA Gilliesi "Bird of Paradise shrub"

    Starting at: $1.50

    This srubby native of Argentina is desirable tropical tree to 8' with fern-like foliage admired for its yellow flowers and long red stamens. It is laden with numerous very small leaflets. May be grown indoors with warmth and bright light. Pre-soak the seeds for 24 hours. Plant at 1" depth in well draining soil mixture and keep warm, damp and in very bright light. Learn More
  3. CAESALPINIA Mexicana

    CAESALPINIA Mexicana

    Starting at: $1.65

    Attractive shrubby tree to 30’. Alternate leaves, 2 pinnate. Produces bright yellow flowers in pannicles. 10 seeds per packet. Learn More
  4. CAESALPINIA pulcherrima "Mexican Red Bird of Paradise"

    CAESALPINIA pulcherrima "Mexican Red Bird of Paradise"

    Starting at: $1.60

    Also known as Dwarf Poinciana. A beautiful red flowering shrub to 6 having delicate mimosa-like leaves. Known in some tropical regions as "Flame tree" or "Flamboyant". Immediately recognized by anyone that has been in the tropics. Fast growing. Hardy in zones 9 - 11. Heat and drought resistant. Soak the seeds overnight in a cup of hot water. Plant at a depth of 1" using well draining soil mix. Keep damp, warm and in bright light. Fertilize monthly. Learn More
  5. CAESALPINIA pulcherrima flava "Yellow Bird"

    CAESALPINIA pulcherrima flava "Yellow Bird"

    Starting at: $1.55

    Very showy with bright yellow flowers. Grows to 8'. Must be grown in warm zones or in tropical greenhouse. Plant at 1" depth using well draining soil mixture. Keep warm, damp, and in bright light with high humidity. Learn More
  6. CAJANUS cajan "Pigeon Pea"

    CAJANUS cajan "Pigeon Pea"

    Starting at: $1.35

    A shrubby annual from India. May grow to 7'. Not ideal for food consumption. Its main uses are wood products, shade, wind break and enrichment of soil through symbiotic nitrogen fixation. 10 seeds per packet. Learn More
  7. CALLIANDRA eriophylla "Fairy Duster"

    CALLIANDRA eriophylla "Fairy Duster"

    Starting at: $1.50

    Handsome small shrub-like tree that grows to 4' known for its fuzzy pink-red flowers and delicate feathery leaves. For warm zones. Fast germinating from seed. Flowering in Spring and fall. May also be grown indoors in sunny location. Plant at 1/2" depth using soil mixture. Keep lightly moist, warm and in bright light. 10 seeds per packet. Learn More
  8. CALLISTEMON citrinus "Red Bottlebrush"

    CALLISTEMON citrinus "Red Bottlebrush"

    Starting at: $1.15

    Its narrow silver-green leaves are lemon scented. Known as a decorative 6' outdoor shrub with bright red stamens. For warm zones. Seeds are very small and are sown on the soil surface to germinate. Sow the small seeds onto the surface of well draining soil mixture. Keep warm, lightly moist and in bright light. 15 seeds per packet. Learn More
  9. CALYCANTHUS chinensis "Chinese allspice"

    CALYCANTHUS chinensis "Chinese allspice"

    Starting at: $1.45

    A shrubby ornamental to 9' that can grow from zones 6 to 9. Produces large 4" saucer shaped flowers with yellow centers and white petals turning pink to cream. Its 4" ovate leaves are rough on surface. Grows in filtered sunlight. In semi-shaded area plant in soil mixture at 3/4" depth. Keep damp, and in bright light. 10 seeds per packet. Learn More
  10. CAMELLIA japonica "Camellia"

    CAMELLIA japonica "Camellia"

    Starting at: $1.85

    These seeds are a mixture of white and pink flowering types with some red and variegates. Popular for house or greenhouse. Learn More
  11. CAMELLIA sinensis "Tea"

    CAMELLIA sinensis "Tea"

    Starting at: $1.85

    This is the tea of commerce. The tender young leaves are used in the process of tea production. Handsome evergreen shrub. May actually grow to 30' but for the production of the tea leaves the plant is kept short and the tender new leaves are picked about every three weeks. The oval shaped leaves are shiny and leathery and the large white flowers are highly scented. The seeds may be the size of a small marble and cannot be sent in an envelope since they would be crushed. Requires filtered sunlight. Keep damp. Ideal day temperature 70 degrees, night temp 58. Use acid type fertilizer. Some growers prefer to crack the outer shell before planting, others remove the outer shell when this is done it is very important that your soil is well draining and not kept wet or you will quickly rot the embryo. Learn More
  12. CAMPSIS radicans "Trumpet Vine"

    CAMPSIS radicans "Trumpet Vine"

    Starting at: $1.25

    Bright orange trumpet shaped flowers cover this vigorous vine. With its pinnate foliage it presents a tropical effect yet it will thrive from Pennsylvania to Texas. Will draw hummingbirds. The light weight seeds are best grown when broadcast onto a well draining soil mixture. Keep damp and in bright light. 13 seeds per packet. Learn More
  13. CAMPTOTHECA acuminata "Cancer Tree" , "Tree of Life"

    CAMPTOTHECA acuminata "Cancer Tree" , "Tree of Life"

    Starting at: $1.45

    A handsome tree from China, growing to 75' for warm zones. Easily grown from seed and can be kept pruned to desired size indoors with ample warmth and bright light. If cut back to ground level it seems to grow back even faster. Attractive ovate leaves have prominent venation. This tree produces a drug called "Camptothesin" that has shown considerable potential in cancer research. Cover the seed with 1/2" of soil mixture. Water when dry to the touch. Requires bright light and temperatures above 50F. 12 seeds per packet. Learn More
  14. CANANGA odorata "Ylang-Ylang"

    CANANGA odorata "Ylang-Ylang"

    Starting at: $1.45

    The infamous Ylang Ylang tree is known for the perfumed aroma of its blossoms. With age the trunk develops a crooked, contorted shape which adds to the character of the tree. It develops numerous pendant brittle branches laden with soft leathery oblong leaves. Greenish-yellow flowers develop with long drooping, twisted petals with soft leathery texture - intensely fragrant. Must be kept warm. Plant as soon as received. Must have constant warmth with high humidity and bright light. Plant at a depth of 1/2" using soil mixture. Keep damp. Fertilize lightly every 2 weeks with a balanced fertilizer. 10 seeds per packet. Learn More
  15. Canavalia ensiformis  "Jackbean"

    Canavalia ensiformis "Jackbean"

    Starting at: $1.50

    CURRENTLY NOT AVAILABLE. Increasingly popular edible climber bearing long pendant green beans. Sometimes ripened seeds used as a coffee substitute. Also called Chickasaw Lima bean. Tropical. Learn More

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