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Ephedra distachya seed

The raw ephedra has strong effect on inducing sweating and dispelling exogenous evils, inducing diuresis to alleviate edema, and it mainly use to cure cold empirical syndrome, choking sensation in the chest, asthmatic cough, wind water puffy swelling...

Jojoba Simmondsia chinensis seed

The Jojoba shrub is native to Southwestern North America. It is the source of Jojoba Oil, & It is grown commercially for this. The plants produce 1/2 – 3/4″ oval, acorn-like fruit (also called a nut or the seed) that contain almost 50...

Pinus mugo seed

The Mugo Pine is a dwarf, low-growing, shrubby spreading pine. It has nice dark evergreen needles that are 2-3 inches long. It is very tolerant and can handle poor, rocky, dry, or windy conditions. It is widely used in foundation plantings and is an ...

Pinus contorta seed

Lodgepole Pine is a tree grown primarily for Christmas Tree production and is popular as a table decoration with its pine scented needles, when more mature it makes a stunning tree for decorating in the garden at Christmas.   ...

Cercis chinensis seed

  Description Cercis chinensis, commonly called chinese redbud, is native to woodlands, thickets and slopes in central to southern china. This tree will grow to as much as 50′ tall in its native habitat, but in cultivation in the U. S. it ...

Alnus incana seed

Alnus incana, Common names: Alder, Grey Alder, and Speckled Alder Alnus incana is a small tree, approximately 10-30 feet tell, found throughout the Western United States. It is identifiable by its smooth grey bark with many raised pores. Leaves are e...

Alnus cordata seed

The lovely fresh apple green rounded leaves gives this easy going medium sized tree a good feel in any garden, introduced from Southern Italy about 1820 which gives it the common name of Italian Alder. Unusually, Italian Alder is not shaped by the wi...

Shiitake

You simply drill holes into a fresh cut hardwood log and tap the plugs into the holes. Place the log in the shade and water a few times a week. Log will be fruiting in 6-9 months, depending on amount of plugs used. Logs will produce for 3-4 years. Yo...