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Lindera benzoin

Lindera benzoin

The fragrant yellow flowers early in spring before the leaves and the eye catching brilliant scarlet fruits in autumn are reason enough to grow it. However, the real charm is unfolding a silk matted leaf to have a perfect green snakes head mimic wave orange fleshy scent gland tentacles at you, and then magically retract them when you don't try to eat him.
$19.00
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Liriodendron tulipifera

Liriodendron tulipifera

A nearly monotypic genus related to Magnolia, Tulip Trees are ancient with one species in the US and one in China, these can approach 200' in height with an immense girth, it is one of our most spectacular native trees. The flowers are lovely but so high on mature trees that they are often overlooked, we like it as a food plant for tulip tree silk moths and Promethia as well as tiger swallowtail.
$39.00
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Lonicera standishii

Lonicera standishii

A fragrant winter blooming Chinese species that has been in cultivation since 1845 but still remains rare, it will hybridize with Lonicera fragrantissima. Although considered semi evergreen it is generally deciduous here; these are courtesy of Langhammer who collects plants that bloom at odd seasons.
$29.00
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Lonicera stenantha

Lonicera stenantha

Jurasek collected this medium sized fine textured species from a scree in the Tien Shan at 2200m it will eventually grow 80-150cm tall with creamy flowers followed by large blue-black berries. Stenantha is apparently new to cultivation and should prove a good garden specimen.
$19.00
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Lycium chinense

Lycium chinense

Wolfberry The source of the goji berry, for those of you into unusual fruits. A sprawling, suckering, almost vine-like shrub 3-6 feet tall, and up to 10 feet wide. If grown as an ornamental, it is generally best to cut it back hard in the spring to keep the growth habit a little tidier. Flowers are small and purple, followed by large number of bright red, highly ornamental berries. Zone 6
$12.00
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