Shrub Seeds (A to Z)
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Abutilon palmeri (Indian Mallow, Superstition Mallow, Desert Maple)
Acacia aneura (Mulga). Tolerates reflected heat, Hardy to 15°F. Evergreen shrub or small tree, grows slowly to 15' tall by 10' in spread. Little water once established. Origin: Australia. 1,800 seeds per oz.
Acacia angustissima (Prairie acacia). A perennial, deciduous, shrub or tree in the Fabaceae family native to Central America and the United States. It is also found in South America, India and Pakistan. Approx. 2,350 seeds per oz.
Acacia berlandieri (Guajillo). Tolerates heat, frost hardy, evergreen in mild winters. Chihuahuan desert native. Shrub or small tree. Grows to 15' tall and 10' wide. Drought hardy, needs good drainage. Approx. 75 seeds per oz.
Acacia cyclops (Coastal Wattle)
Acacia greggii (Cat claw acacia). Tolerates reflected heat. Hardy to 0°F. Southwestern USA native. Deciduous, large shrub or small tree, fast growing from 8 to 20' tall. Drought tolerant, looks better with occasional watering. 270 seeds per oz.
Acacia redolens prostrata (Prostrate Acacia). Seeds collected from a very prostate form of the Acacia redolens. Used as a groundcover, good on slopes. Full sun, sprawling shrub evergreen up to 2' tall; 6-12' wide. Fast growth rate. Small yellow flowers. Woody trunks. Drought, heat tolerant. Hardy to 20°F or lower. Native to Australia. Approx. 3500 seeds per oz.
Allenrolfea occidentalis (Iodine bush) Email for availability and current pricing.
Alnus incana ssp. tenuifolia (Thinleaf Alder)
Ambrosia ambrosioides (Giant bursage). Email for availability and current pricing.
Ambrosia deltoidea (Triangle leaf). Full sun, heat tolerant, desert perennial shrub. Fast growing 2' tall; 3' spread. Little water once established. Native to Sonoran desert. 2400 seeds per oz. (Sold in Bulk)
Ambrosia dumosa (White bursage) 2400 seeds per oz.
Amelanchier alnifolia (Saskatoon Serviceberry). Native and introduced perennial shrub. The fruits are used in pies, jams, and syrup, Saskatoon wine is a regional specialty. Native Americans boiled branches to make a tea for treating colds. Height, 3-15 Feet. Requires 12" minimum precipitation. 25,800 seeds per pound.
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Amelanchier utahensis (Utah Serviceberry). A small tree or large shrub. Grows to about 15' at maturity. The flowers have white petals and grow in small clusters. In early spring, while in bloom, the entire plant is snowy white. Seeds are formed in small apple-like pomes that are brown to black when ripe. The fruit are juicy and sweet. Widely scattered throughout Utah and are common in arid canyons and rocky areas usually between 3,000 and 9,000 feet in elevation. Once established, it is very drought well. The fruit are an excellent source of bird food and the foliage is eaten by livestock and wildlife.
Amorpha canescens (Leadplant) Purple. 277,000 seeds per pound
Arctostaphylos pungens (Pointleaf manzanita) 1400 seeds per oz.
Arctostaphylos uva-ursi (Bearberry). Email for availability and current pricing.
Artemisia arbuscula (Low Sage). Email for availability and current pricing.
Artemisia californica (Calif. Sagebrush).
Artemisia cana (Silver Sagebrush). Priced in bulk weight. PLS 34.40%
Artemisia filifolia (Sand Sagebush) Native and Introduced Perennial Shrub. Height, 2-4 Feet. Requires 6" minimum precipitation. 2,000,000 seeds per pound.
Artemisia frigida (Fringed Sagebrush). Native Perennial Shrub; Height, 6-18". Requires 8" minimum precipitation. 4,536,000 seeds per pound.
Artemisia ludoviciana (Prairie Sage). Native Perennial Shrub; Height, 1-2 Feet. Requires 10" minimum precipitation. 4,500,000 seeds per pound. Email for availability and current pricing.
Artemisia nova (Black Sagebrush). Native Perennial Shrub; Height, up to 2'. Requires 6" minimum precipitation. 907,200 seeds per pound.
Artemisia tridentata ssp. vaseyana (Mountain Big Sagebrush). Email for availability and current pricing.
Artemisia tridentata v. tridentata (Basin Big Sagebrush). Native Perennial evergreen shrub from 3 to 12 ft. tall. Requires 10" annual rainfall minimum. Commonly found on deep, fertile well-drained soils in valleys and on foothills to 7,000 ft. elevation. Forage is usally poor for cattle and moderate for wildlife. Provides valuable cover for wildlife.2,500,000 seeds per pound
Artemisia tridentata v. wyomingensis. Email for availability and current pricing.
Asclepias speciosa (Showy Milkweed)
Asclepias syriaca (Common Milkweed)
Asparagus asparagoides 'Smilax' (Bridal creeper, Bridal-veil creeper, Gnarboola, Smilax asparagus) Herbaceous climbing plant of the family Asparagaceae native to tropical and southern Africa.