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Abrus precatorius (Red Seeds) Coral Bead Vine

Abrus precatorius (Red Seeds) Coral Bead Vine

Abrus precatorius is a 12' tropical vine with dainty pinnate that are light sensitive. It produces showy purple flowers followed by 10" seed pods containing red & black seeds which are used as beads. Seeds are poisonous. 10 seeds in packet.
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Acacia adsurgens "Wattle"

Acacia adsurgens "Wattle"

This Acacia has attractive thin blue and green leaflets that present a feathery effect. Shrub-like to 13" it has branches that are lightly whorled with an upright sweep featuring paired thorns & yellow flowers. 10 seeds or more in packet.
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Acacia baileyana "Golden Mimosa"

Acacia baileyana "Golden Mimosa"

Acacia baileyana is a very heavy bloomer with yellow flowers and curved pods. Ideal for warm zones such as Texas & Arizona. Grows to 28' and develops a thick canopy 28' wide. Feather-like foliage. 14 seeds in packet.
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Acacia confusa "Formosan Koa"

Acacia confusa "Formosan Koa"

A popular fast growing tree from the Philippines known for its masses of yellow flowers. Its desirable dense wood is used for flooring & support beams. The bark is ground into a powder to create a tea. 12 seeds in packet.
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Acacia dealbata  "Silver Wattle"

Acacia dealbata "Silver Wattle"

Acacia dealbata is a handsome large evergreen from Australia that is widely cultivated in warm zones and cane found in the Black Sea region of Russia. The bipinnate leaves are silvery blue green. 12 or more seeds in packet.
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Acer atropupurea  "Japanese Maple"

Acer atropupurea "Japanese Maple"

A Japanese maple with stunning bronze and reddish leaves. The leaves turn bright red in late Autumn. It features deeply cut palmate leaves which appear in clusters. Used as an outdoor ornamental tree to enhance the landscape. 15 seeds in packet.
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