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ZIZIPHORA Easy and long lived these central Asian mints are popular tea plants, and coming home to a hot mug of Ziziphora tea with a pat of butter floating on top after a hard day of wolf hunting on horseback, lugging a fifteen pound Berkut (the big golden eagles they hunt with) is Mongol tradition. You can now enjoy this treat at home, minus the yurts, Berkut, rancid Yak butter and so forth, or better still just plant them in your rock garden and enjoy the flowers and daydream about the eagle you will never get to hunt with.



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Youngia yoshinoi

Youngia yoshinoi

Google comes up blank on the genus as well as the species, I don't have a clue either but somebody liked it enough to collect seeds.____ZONE 5
$8.00

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Waldsteinia ternata

Waldsteinia ternata

A beautiful little ground cover for sun or light shade. Glossy green somewhat strawberry like leaves, attractive small yellow flowers that would be forgiven for mistaking for a potentilla. A tough, easy, slowly spreading ground cover. Zone 4
$12.00

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Zauschneria garrettii

Zauschneria garrettii

The hardiest of all the Zauschnerias, these are from Bradshaw's offerings from Utah at 6300', the masses of scarlet orange flowers are amazing, I do not understand why this is not more widely grown.
$12.00

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Yucca filamentosa Color Guard

Yucca filamentosa Color Guard

A yellow centered variegate, the yellow often turns to coral in the winter, this is a fantastic plant and rather slow growing for a yucca.
$19.00

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Yucca filimentosa 'Hairy'

Yucca filimentosa 'Hairy'

Selected by Tom Foley (no not that Tom Foley) for the extremely filimented leaves, definitely the one to get if you want to braid your own bowstrings.
$19.00

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Yucca gloriosa 'Variegata'

Yucca gloriosa 'Variegata'

A very beautiful yucca with wide geen leaves (with a fairly vicious spine on the end) and broad white variagation on the leaf margins. Particularly lovely, I think, in the cooler weather of fall when the white variegation takes on a pinkish flush. Eventually reaches 2-3 feet wide, and slowly develops a trunk that can reach several feet tall. Sadly on the tender side, probably only zone 7.
$19.00

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Yucca recurvafolia 'Gold Ribbons'

Yucca recurvafolia 'Gold Ribbons'

Bright gold leaves edged in green, that are, nicely, not as lethally spined as some. Gets huge up to four foot in diameter, and grows a trunk with time. Zone 6.
$24.00

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