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To see things in the seed. That is genius. - Lao Tzu
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May 8, 2015: We've added a new group of brugmansia, amaryllis hybrid seed, as well as other interesting seeds and plants. Take a look!
April 5, 2015: Let the games begin! Our new season of brugmansia, amaryllis, passiflora and hibiscus seeds are ripening. As they become available, we'll post them on our eBay site! Happy spring to all our gardening friends!
September 30, 2014: Commiphora Neglecta seed is now available! Visit our eBay site to purchase.
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June 16, 2014: Our first round of Brugmansia plants are almost sold out, and the next round are rooting. We've also made cuttings of our commiphora myrrha and commiphora neglecta trees. Commiphora neglecta seed will be available starting in about 5 - 6 weeks! Make sure you're here then!
May 2, 2014: Brugmansia Caribbean Queen is now available. We hope to have more plants later in the season. As you know, it takes a while to get new releases into the community. Hang in there with us!
March 14, 2014: As the good old USA slowly thaws out, we're gradually adding plants, seeds and needlepoint canvasses to our eBay and online store. Please remember not to order live plants unless your night time temps are at least 45 degrees. We want your new plant to arrive alive! Have a great spring!
June 27, 2013: We've just posted our first Myrrh Tree of the season on eBay! A very exciting event for us! We began growing our myrrh trees from seed over 10 years ago. Active propagation of plants from those trees began last Fall. We hope to have a more expanded line of myrrh trees ready before Christmas.
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