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Life Plant, Mpovupovu Ziwa* (Bryophyllum pinnatum) potted plant, organic
Life Plant, Mpovupovu Ziwa* (Bryophyllum pinnatum) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  Life Plant ( Mpovupovu Ziwa, Mother of Thousands, Kalanchoe pinnata, Air Plant, Patharkuchi, Pata ) A plant full of the life force, making an excellent companion.  Does well indoors with relatively little light or water.  You can pin a leaf to the wall and it will make roots, followed by miniature plants, which eventually grow into a start that falls from the leaf and can be replanted (or replants itself!)  Nurse plant for ladybugs. 

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Lily-of-the-Valley* (Convallaria majalis) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  Lily of the Valley Rhizomatous perennial flower of shade garden or deep woods.  Native to Europe.  The bell-like, waxy flowers emit a beautiful perfume, impossible to catch in a bottle, but perhaps more attractive for that very reason. 

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Lime Balm* (Melissa officinalis ssp. altissima) potted plant, organic
Lime Balm* (Melissa officinalis ssp. altissima) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  (Crete Balm) Herbaceous perennial to 2 feet,  native to the mediterranean and hardy to 20 degrees F.  Light-green lime-flavored foliage is softly pubescent, with outsize flowers of light lavender.  A rare and unusual subspecies of lemon balm. 

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Madder* (Rubia tinctorum) potted plant, organic
Madder* (Rubia tinctorum) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  Climbing evergreen perennial native to the Mediterranean and southern Europe .  Hardy to -5 degreees F.  The plant is a classic element of the Medieval garden, completely unique, wending its way along the ground or draping on fence or trellis. 

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Ma-huang* (Ephedra sinica) potted plant, organic
Ma-huang* (Ephedra sinica) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  (Ma huang) Perennial, primitive shrub. Native to the steppes of north and northwestern China, hardy to - 40 degrees F.  Rare offering of the main official species. Dried stem is a natural adrenergic stimulant to the central nervous system and a bronchodilator for treating colds and asthma.

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Marshmallow* (Althaea officinalis) potted plant, organic
Marshmallow* (Althaea officinalis) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  Herbaceous perennial native to Europe. Mucilage-rich roots give rise to multiple stalks whith velvety leaves and pretty flowers.  Official species.

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Meadowsweet* (Spirea ulmaria) potted plant, organic
Meadowsweet* (Spirea ulmaria) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  Herbaceous perennial to about 4 feet.  Native to temperate Europe and Asia and hardy to all temperate zones.  Herbaceous perennial to about 4 feet.  Native to temperate Europe and Asia.  Multiple stems arise from a spreading crown with delicate, ferny leaves.  Masses of creamy flowers are fragrant,  like honey and mead. 

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Mint, Chinese* (Mentha haplocalyx) potted plant, organic
Mint, Chinese* (Mentha haplocalyx) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015    (Bo-he)  Vibrant herbaceous perennial native to China, hardy to 0 degrees F.  Excellent, deep-toned flavor resembling spearmint.  This is the best new-to-us mint we've tasted in years. 

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Mint, Chocolate* (Mentha piperita) potted plant, organic
Mint, Chocolate* (Mentha piperita) potted plant, organic

 Delivery starts April 1, 2015    Chocolate peppermint has chocolate colored leaves (especially the veination and undersides) and a delightfully mellow taste. Probably the best peppermint selection of all time.  Excellent for drying and making tea.

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Mint, Mayan* (Lippia dulcis) potted plant, organic
Mint, Mayan* (Lippia dulcis) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015   (Mayan Mint, Orozuz, Aztec Sweet Herb)  Perennial creeper native to South America and to hardy to 30 degrees F.  This is a choice rarity, with very showy purple-tinged leaves and white, upright, cone-like flowers.  The taste is somewhat like stevia, but with aromatic overtones and no stevia aftertaste. 

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Mint, Yellow Dotted* (Monarda punctata) potted plant, organic
Mint, Yellow Dotted* (Monarda punctata) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015    (Yellow Dotted Mint) Biennial or shortlived perennial native to the Eastern US.  The plant bears yellow flowers dotted with purple, as well as a very decorative display of bracts in tiered whorls. 

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Mormon Tea Green* (Ephedra viridis) potted plant, organic
Mormon Tea Green* (Ephedra viridis) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015.  (Green Mormon Tea) Perennial, primitive shrub with jointed stems, hardy to - 10 degrees F.  Native to the American Southwest. A good choice for greening up the xeriscape. 

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Mormon Tea NV* (Ephedra nevadensis) potted plant, organic
Mormon Tea NV* (Ephedra nevadensis) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015   Perennial, primitive subshrub with jointed stems, hardy to -10 degrees F.  Native to the American Southwest.  This is one of our nicest indigenous Ephedras, with thick stems and nice  dark color.  A great choice for rock garden or other xerophytic setting, where it will produce, in time, a large mound of bright green, remaining green even when not watered. 

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Motherwort, Official* (Leonurus cardiaca) potted plant, organic
Motherwort, Official* (Leonurus cardiaca) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015    (Official Motherwort)  Herbaceous perennial. Native to Europe and Asia. Handsome, with leaves deeply toothed, and downy flowers occuring in whorls on the square stem.

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Nettles, Stinging* (Urtica dioica) potted plant, organic
Nettles, Stinging* (Urtica dioica) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  (Stinging Nettle, Nettles)  Herbaceous perennial. Native to temperate climates worldwide and fully cold hardy. Premier spring tonic and best terrestrial plant source of micronutrients and minerals. Plants will prosper in moist, fertile soil whether in shade or sun.

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New York City Window Houseplant Collection*, 3 potted plants (Life Plant, Hen and Chicks, and Cape Aloe), Organic
New York City Window Houseplant Collection*, 3 potted plants (Life Plant, Hen and Chicks, and Cape Aloe), Organic

Folks frequently request a medicinal plant that will do well "indoors" by which they generally mean on a windowsill inside the house.  Well, here we have compiled three plants that do very well indeed in just these conditions!  Hen and Chicks (Sempervivum tectorum), Life Plant (Bryophyllum pinnatum), Cape Aloe (Aloe ferox)

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Oca, Mixed Colors* (Oxalis tuberosa) potted plant, organic
Oca, Mixed Colors* (Oxalis tuberosa) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  (Mixed Colors Oca) Andean foodcrop rivalling potatoes in taste and exceeding them substantially in handsomeness. Loaded with carbohydrate, calcium, iron and an excellent balance of amino acids.  

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Oregano, Greek* (Origanum heracleoticum) potted plant, organic
Oregano, Greek* (Origanum heracleoticum) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  (Greek Oregano) Herbaceous perennial native to the mediterranean. A prized culinary cultivar--an inimitable spicy herb useful in flavoring pizza, sausages, eggs and other protein dishes. 

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Passionflower, Official (Passiflora incarnata) potted plant, organic
Passionflower, Official (Passiflora incarnata) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015 (Maypop, Passion Flower, Passion Vine, Official Passionflower)  Herbaceous of woody vine, native to the southeastern and eastern US. The flowers are wonderfully large, three dimensional, complex, purple and white. The plant prefers full sun, dryish soils and a trellis.

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Pennyroyal*  (Mentha pulegium) potted plant, organic
Pennyroyal* (Mentha pulegium) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  Herbaceous perennial. Native to Europe, the Mediterranean, and Persia.  One of the smallest of the Mints, Pennyroyal nonetheless has the strongest aromatics. A pretty little thing for moist or boggy soil. 

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