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Echinacea angustifolia* potted plant, organic
Echinacea angustifolia* potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  (Black Sampson, Coneflower) Herbaceous perennial native to the Rocky Mountains of North America, the most northerly ranging of all 9 indigenous American species.  Plant prefers full sun and dryish, alkaline soils.  Tap rooted echinacea--very strong medicine.  Potted plant, certified organically grown

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Echinacea laevigata* (Smooth Purple Coneflower) potted plant, Organic
Echinacea laevigata* (Smooth Purple Coneflower) potted plant, Organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  (Smooth Purple Coneflower) Herbaceous perennial native to the Southern Appalachias.  The plant is somewhat similar to E. purpurea in that it has a spreading root system, but the leaves remain low on the rosette, are very smooth and elongated, and the flowers are somewhat smaller and very late maturing.  E. laevigata is a federally listed endangered plant, with the total wild population probably less than 10,000 individuals.  These plants grown from domestic seed on our farm.

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Echinacea paradoxa* potted plant, organic
Echinacea paradoxa* potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  (Yellow Coneflower)  Herbaceous perennial native to the Ozarks, flowering to 2 to 3 feet tall.  The paradox is that this "purple coneflower" is colored yellow!  The plant is rare and among all the myriad of yellow flowered plants, a really choice specimen. 

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Echinacea purpurea bare root plants*, wholesale
Echinacea purpurea bare root plants*, wholesale

MINIMUM ORDER 100 (price starts at $1.75 each, the shopping cart will apply correct price and volume discounts)   WHOLESALE ECHINACEA PURPUREA BARE ROOT PLANTS. 
Grown at Amma's Chicago ashram, these are robust starts with 6 inch root system (as pictured).  Delivery March through May, 2015. For pricing chart, click "more info".
 

 

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Echinacea purpurea* potted plant, organic
Echinacea purpurea* potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015 (Purple Coneflower) Herbaceous perennial originally native to the prairie states and now almost exclusively found under cultivation.  This is the easiest to grow, the species best suited to varied growing conditions, whether coastal or mountain, east or west.

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Echinacea sanguinea* potted plant, organic
Echinacea sanguinea* potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  (Sanguin purple coneflower)  Herbaceous perennial.  The most southerly ranging of all Echinacea species, the disk corolla of E. sanguinea is characteristically blood red in color, as are the seeds. 

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Echinacea tennesseensis* potted plant, organic
Echinacea tennesseensis* potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  (Tennessee coneflower)  This plant is on the federal endangered species list and growing it from this cultivated seed is an act of conservation.  This is a powerful plant, with a higher alkylamide content than any other species. 

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Elecampane, Official* (Inula helenium) potted plant, organic
Elecampane, Official* (Inula helenium) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015 (Official Elecampane)  Herbaceous perennial. Native to southern and central Europe and hardy to all temperate zones. Harvest the octopus-like roots in the fall of the second year’s growth. Cough and lung remedy when made into tincture or tea. 

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Eleuthero* (Eleutherococcus senticosus) potted plant, organic
Eleuthero* (Eleutherococcus senticosus) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015 (Ci-wu-jia, Eleuthero)  Woody perennial with ginseng-like leaves and white flowers giving way to the blue-black fruits. Rare in cultivation. The plant is perfectly cold hardy and will thrive in full sun and moist soil in the north, but prefers shade and moist soil in hotter, more southerly locations. 

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Feverfew* (Tanacetum parthenium) potted plant, organic
Feverfew* (Tanacetum parthenium) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  Herbaceous perennial native to temperate zones of the world and hardy to -20 degrees F. Selected at Horizon Herbs. 

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Galangal, Greater* (Alpinia galangal) potted plant, organic
Galangal, Greater* (Alpinia galangal) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  (Greater Galangal) Perennial ginger relative with bulbous, creeping rhizomes that do best in tropical shade.  Main species of Alpinia used as a cooking spice, mainly for curries and soups.  It has a ginger-like hotness and a sweet and distinct, aroma and flavor.

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Galangal, Lesser* (Alpinia officinarum)  potted plant, organic
Galangal, Lesser* (Alpinia officinarum) potted plant, organic

 Delivery starts April 1, 2015 (Lesser Galangal) Herbaceous perennial native to Southeast Asia.  Protect from frost.  Plants prefer sun to part shade and moist, well-drained soil.  Root is spicily warming, aphrodisiac, carminative, and antibacterial. 

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Gardenia, Common* (Gardenia jasminoides) potted plant, organic
Gardenia, Common* (Gardenia jasminoides) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  Cape Jasmine, Zhi-zi, Gardenia) Low-growing evergreen shrub native to and and hardy to 30 degrees F (-1.1 degrees C) .  Cultivated worldwide for its waxy, delightfully fragrant blossoms, Gardenia is best planted outdoors in the south and kept as a potted plant in the northern states. The flowers are used to flavor tea. 

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Geranium, Scented
Geranium, Scented "Attar of Roses"* (Pelargonium capitatum) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  (Rose scented geranium, rose otto, rose attar, rose of attar)  Fleshy perennial. Protect from frost.  Excellent in pots. This plant exudes sensual and calming fragrance.  Attar of Roses opens the heart chakra and calms the spirit. 

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Geranium, Scented
Geranium, Scented "Isadora"* (Pelargonium capitatum) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015    (Scented Geranium, Isadora)  Fleshy perennial. Protect from frost.  Excellent in pots. This plant exudes sensual and calming fragrance.  The fragrance of this Horizon Herbs cultivar is a combination of citrus and rose. 

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Ginger, Butterfly* (Hedychium coronarium) potted plant, organic
Ginger, Butterfly* (Hedychium coronarium) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  (White Ginger Lily, Butterfly Ginger)  Herbaceous perennial native to E. Asia and India, flowering to 3 feet, hardy to 20 degrees F.  Emitting the scent of Gardenias, the flowers resemble a butterfly in flight and make a lovely garland for the hair. 

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Goji, Black* (Lycium ruthenicum) potted plant, organic
Goji, Black* (Lycium ruthenicum) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  (Russian Box Thorn) Black fruited goji berry plant, organic.  Native to Yunnan in China.  Tough seedlings, rare and desireable.  Very cool zig-zag trunk structure that will yield the highly regarded black goji berry of legend and commerce.

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Gotu Kola* (Hydrocotyl asiatica) potted plant, organic
Gotu Kola* (Hydrocotyl asiatica) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  (Gotu Kola, "Brahmi", Hydrocotyl asiatica, Centella asiatica)  Tropical perennial that can be grown as an annual in temperate gardens.  Classic Ayurvedic herb increases mental clarity and imparts long life.  Good in salads.

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Grass, Phalaris* (Phalaris aquatica), potted plant, organic
Grass, Phalaris* (Phalaris aquatica), potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  (Phalaris Grass, Harding Grass) Perennial bunch grass native to the Mediterranean and hardy to about 25 degrees F. Excellent for erosion control--also drought resistant, fire retardant and ornamental.

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Gravel Root* (Eupatorium purpureum) potted plant, organic
Gravel Root* (Eupatorium purpureum) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  (Joe Pye Weed, Queen-of-the-Meadow) Towering herbaceous perennial native to the central, eastern and southern US. Purple-spotted stems to 9 feet bear wide, umbrella shaped flowers composed of purple-pink florets.

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