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Acaena aff. caespitosa (Rosaceae) (10x24,Z6,P,L,3:6w) ………………….......................... 60 seeds / $3.00

 12028.11  (W) Volcán Lonquimay, IX Reg., Chile, 5800ft, 1768m.   Compact mats of tiny, finely-cut, hairy leaves bearing huge, semi-prostrate, globular seed-head burrs.  Flowers not seen, should be reddish.

Achillea tomentosa (Asteraceae) (15x20,Z4,P,L,1) ............................................................. 100 seeds / $3.00

 78657.17  (W) Pont d'Ael, SW Alps, 900m.  Dense mats of ferny, soft-hairy leaves sprout flat heads of yellow flowers.

Adenophora takedae v. howozana (Campanulaceae) (10x25,Z5,P,L,3:6w) ........................... 80 seeds / $3.00

 78052.18    Terminal racemes of violet-blue, broadly-open bells late in the year on dwarf plants.

Adenophora triphylla v. japonica nana (30x15, Z5, P, L, 3:6w) ........................................... 80 seeds / $2.50

 78747.11  The elliptical, serrate leaves are whorled in fours on erect, pilose stems.  Panicles of nodding blue flowers.

Aethionema grandiflorum (Brassicaceae) (14x16,Z5,P,L,2) ................................................... 40 seeds / $3.00

 32769.07    Similar to A. schistosum but slightly larger and the flowers a deep lilac.

Aethionema schistosum (Brassicaceae) (14x25,Z4,P,L,2) .......................................... 70 seeds / $3.50 76123.15 This Turkish native is covered with wonderfully fragrant pink spikes in early summer. Glaucous blue foliage remains attractive year round.

Agastache aurantiaca (Lamiaceae) (50x20,Z5,P,L,1) ............................................................ 45 seeds / $3.50

 08740.08  Ex Durango, MX, 9000ft.  Bright orange flower spikes over scalloped, grayish-green foliage.

Agastache breviflora (40x15,Z6,P,L,1) ................................................................................. 90 seeds / $3.50

 10742.17  (W) Cochise Co., AZ, 6900ft, 2104m.  Tight raspberry spikes above dark-green foliage.

Agastache cusickii (18x12, Z4, P, L, 3:5w) ........................................................................... 60 seeds / $3.00

 12876.14  (W) Custer Co., ID, 7200ft, 2200m.  Aromatic, ovate leaves with heads of white/lavender.

Agastache micrantha (80x30,Z6,P,L,1) ................................................................................. 80 seeds / $3.00

 56412.09  (W) Ex Doña Ana Co., NM, 4500-9000ft.  Plants are intensely mint-scented, bearing spikes of tiny flowers with prominent green calyxes.

Agastache neomexicana (Lamiaceae) (30x18,Z6,P,L,1) ............................................ 90 seeds / $4.00 58265.15 (W) Lincoln Co., NM, 9965ft, 3038m. Dense, bushy, aromatic plants with rugose foliage bear nice tight, deep pinkish-lavender flower spikes. Can grow to over two feet tall in the garden but at this altitude, plants were considerably more compact.

Agastache occidentalis (65x35, Z6, P, L, 1) .......................................................................... 50 seeds / $3.00

 61212.14  (W) Kittitas Co., WA, 2100ft, 640m.   Spikes of violet in early summer, fragrant foliage.

Agastache rupestris (Lamiaceae) (50x20,Z5,P,L,1) ......................................................... 45 seeds / $3.50 74870.01 Grayish-green aromatic leaves display robust spikes of attractive burnt-orange for an extended season from mid-summer to fall.

Agave deserti (Agavaceae) (40x50,Z7,P,C,2) ........................................................... 90 seeds / $3.50 15276.15 (W) Riverside Co., CA, 4050ft, 1235m. Striking glaucous-gray rosettes show considerable variation in leaf form in this population and sucker readily. On granitic soils.

Agave havardiana (70x40,Z7,P,C,1) .................................................................................... 60 seeds / $3.00

 35090.16  (W) Jeff Davis CO., TX, 6100ft, 1860m.  Magnificent rosettes of very broad, olive-green to green-blue leaves with ferocious, dark-colored teeth. Davis Mtns collection.

Agave havardiana (60x60,Z7,P,C,1) .................................................................................... 40 seeds / $4.00

 35090.27  (W) Brewster Co., TX, 5000ft, 1524m.  Here in the Glass Mtns, the rosettes show a tendency towards some wonderful blue forms, from blue-green to glaucous, steel-blue. This population shows even more cold tolerance than the Davis Mtns collection.   Photo

Agave lechuguilla (Agavaceae) (16x26,Z6,P,C,1) ............................................................ 90 seeds / $3.50 54212.14 (W) El Paso Co., TX, 4900ft, 1494m. Narrow dagger stems with dark, etched patterning.

Agave parryi (Agavaceae) (40x40,Z6,P,C,2) ............................................................. 90 seeds / $4.00 70074.25 (W) Grant Co., NM, 6800ft, 2073m. Another hardy population which rivals the one near Flagstaff, AZ. South-facing, barren slopes of rhyolite, here in the Mimbres Mtns and part of the Chihuahuan Desert, experience considerable cold during the winter. Rosettes of silver-gray.   Photo

Agave parryi v. couesii (30x50, Z6, P, C, 2) ……………………………………................. 90 seeds / $3.00

 70076.15  (W) Yavapai Co., AZ, 5800ft, 1768m.  Ash-colored rosettes with variable leaf-edge spines, some almost to the point of being smooth.  Such individuals should be labeled as "f. integrifolia."

Agave toumeyana ssp. bella (8x16,Z7,P,C,2) ..................................................................... 100 seeds / $3.50

 78686.10  (W) Gila Co., AZ, 5000ft, 1524m.  Smaller rosettes than the type with a greater number of leaves.  The lower half of each leaf is denticulate instead of filiferous.  Beautiful population growing on steep, N-facing, rhyolitic cliffs.   Photo

Agave utahensis ssp. kaibabensis (20x24,Z6,P,C,2) ............................................................ 70 seeds / $3.50

 87806.10  (W) Coconino Co., AZ, 5100ft, 1555m.  Robust rosettes covered with blunt teeth and very long flowering stalks, often 15 to 20 feet tall.

Agave utahensis v. nevadensis (14x24,Z7,P,C,2) .............................................................. 100 seeds / $3.50

 87807.20  (W) San Bernadino Co., CA, 5100ft, 1555m.  Smaller rosettes compared to A. utahensis v. eborispina with 2"-3" apical spines and 4 to 5 foot tall spikes bearing greenish-yellow flowers.   Photo1   Photo2

Agave utahensis ssp. utahensis (22x26,Z6,P,C,2) ........................................................... 100 seeds / $3.50 87808.22 (W) Washington Co., UT, 4536ft, 1383m. Blue rosettes with variable-length spines in sandstone crevices. Flowering stalks 8-10 ft tall. Probably hardier than the Peach Springs, AZ population.

Aletes humilis (Apiaceae) (3x12,Z4,P,C,4:12w) ..................................................................... 40 seeds / $5.00

 35856.18  (W) Boulder Co., CO, 8500ft, 2590m.  Mounding buns of cut aromatic foliage cover themselves with yellow button flowers.  Similar to Shoshonea pulvinata, but with larger leaves.  Endemic to Colorado.   Photo

Allium acuminatum (Liliaceae) (12x8,Z5,C,L,3:8w) ......................................................... 100 seeds / $4.00 01285.34 (W) Gooding Co., ID, 5550ft, 1692m. Bright violet-lavender heads about 2 inches in diameter light up the Snake River Plains of southern Idaho by the millions in late spring.

Allium amplectens (Liliaceae) (16x16,Z6,P,C,3:8w) ................................................... 70 seeds / $3.50 05671.12 (W) Josephine Co., OR, 1400ft, 427m. Multiple heads of starry, pale pink florets on reddish stems. Frequents the stony red soils of the Illinois Valley. Photo

Allium atroviolaceum (80x18,Z5,P,C,3:8w) ........................................................................... 60 seeds / $3.50

 07875.09  Ex Namrud, Elborz, Iran, 2100m.  Dense, 3"-diameter umbels of dark violet flowers on rather tall stems.

Allium bisceptrum (12x10,Z5,P,C,3:8w) .................................................................... 30 seeds / $3.50 10476.15 (W) Mono Co., CA, 8500ft, 2591m. Flowers not seen here but this is the only Allium reported from this area. Flowers should be rosy-purple.

Allium cernuum (24x20,Z6,P,C,3:8w) ......................................................................... 50 seeds / $3.50 12275.12 (W) Tillamook Co., OR, 1630ft, 497m. Unlike many of the Alliums I offer, this species produces full clumps of flattened leaves, over which several pendulous heads sway. The lavender-pink flowers sport greatly exserted stamens. On steep volcanic cliffs. Photo

Allium cratericola (3x9,Z5,P,C,3:8w) ........................................................................ 60 seeds / $3.50 12740.11 (W) Lake Co., CA, 3475ft, 1059m. Dense umbels containing 30 to 40 pink, bell-shaped flowers atop a few narrow, channeled leaves. On exposed, W-facing serpentine slopes. May be challenging but this beautiful dwarf is worth the effort. 12740.11 got inadvertantly mixed with a small amount of Allium falcifolium which grows with the A. cratericola. Two are easy to tell apart upon maturity: A. cratericola flowers earlier with pale pink umbels whereas A. falcifolium flowers magenta. Once the heads have gone to seed, however, the two are not so easy to distinguish. Photo

Allium crenulatum (4x9,Z6,P,C,3:8w) .......................................................................... 40 seeds / $4.00 12742.13 (W) Clatsop Co., OR, 2800ft, 854m. Pairs of flat leaves bear pink to cream heads on very short stalks. Another great tumbleweed allium sprouting out of basaltic screes.

Allium cristophii (12x16,Z5,P,C,3:8w) ................................................................................... 25 seeds / $4.00

 12744.09  Ex Kandovan, Elborz, Iran,  2300m.  Rose umbels over 4" in diameter on thick stems.  In limestone scree.

Allium falcifolium (Liliaceae) (7x12,Z6,P,C,3:6w) ............................................................ 50 seeds / $3.50 30054.34 (W) Josephine Co., OR, 2300ft, 701m. Over 2 strapping leaves arise large, round, short-stemmed heads up to 3" across of amethyst flowers with acuminate petals. On W-facing serpentine.   Photo

Allium fimbriatum v. purdyi (Liliaceae) (14x7,Z6,P,C,3:8w) ............................................ 90 seeds / $4.00 30459.24 (W) Colusa Co., CA, 1300ft, 396m. Umbels of white to pale lavender flowers with tapering petals shading to lilac on 4 to 6-inch stems. Photo

Allium geyeri (10x7,Z3,P,C,3:8w) ................................................................................ 70 seeds / $3.50 32296.13 (W) Gilpin Co., CO, 11360ft, 3463m. An alpine allium sprinkled across the tundra bearing pink umbels over grassy tufts.

Allium hoffmanii (Liliaceae) (3x8,Z6,P,C,3:8w) .................................................................. 60 seeds / $4.00 35630.14 (W) Trinity Co., CA, 4450ft, 1357m. One of the tiniest Alliums with heads of pink to rosy-pink flowers. Photo

Allium macropetalum (Liliaceae) (9x10,Z5,P,C,3:8w) ....................................................... 60 seeds / $4.00 56014.34 (W) Grand Co., UT, 4400ft, 1341m. Umbels of white to pale pink, the petals with purple midveins. Growing in conglomerated sandy soils. Photo

Allium obtusum v. obtusum (4x12,Z5,P,C,3:8w) ...................................................... 70 seeds / $4.00 61091.11 (W) Mendocino Co., CA, 5900ft, 1800m. A higher-altitude version of A. cratericola. Multiple pale pink / white sessile umbels nest atop a few channeled leaves. Outstanding. Photo

Allium peninsulare (12x7,Z5,P,C,3:8w) .............................................................................. 80 seeds / $3.50 70259.14 (W) Placer Co., CA, 6350ft, 1936m. Umbels of patterned, purple-pink flowers with an Asclepias-like sheen. Photo

Allium platycaule (8x10,Z5,P,C,3:8w) ................................................................................ 60 seeds / $4.00 70540.24 (W) Placer Co., CA, 8160ft, 2488m. Between two thick falcate leaves arise an umbel of bright rosy-pink flowers, the stamens exserted, early in spring, shortly after snowmelt. Upon maturity, the umbels detach, dispersing seed in "tumble weed" fashion. Photo

Allium robinsonii (2x9,Z6,P,C,3:8w) ............................................................................. 70 seeds / $4.00 74610.13 (W) Kittitas Co., WA, 775ft, 236m. Darling miniature with heads of long-tubed, raspberry-pink flowers over a few narrow, strapping leaves. Growing in volcanic sand.Photo

Allium simillimum (2x5,Z3,P,C,3:8w) .................................................................................... 60 seeds / $4.00

 76456.10  (W) Blaine Co., ID, 8800ft, 2683m.  Probably the tiniest Allium you will ever see. Umbels less than an inch wide of glacier-white flowers lie prostrate over thready leaves. In fine granite soils.   Photo

Allium siskiyouense (5x9,Z5,P,C,3:8w) ................................................................... 70 seeds / $4.00 76476.41 (W) Siskiyou Co., CA, 6100ft, 1860m. Sessile umbels of deep rose-pink to magenta flowers over two narrow, falcate leaves. This endemic to northern Calif. and S. Oregon is a dwarf version of A. falcifolium growing on high serpentine ridge crests. Photo

Allium sp. (Illinois Valley, OR) (26x12,Z6,P,C,3:8w) ............................................. 60 seeds / $3.50 10654.12 (W) Josephine Co., OR, 1400ft, 427m. Heads of white flowers with green midribs. Too dissimilar to be A. bolanderi. I did find herbarium records matching this species but they were not named.

Aloinopsis luckhoffii (5x9, Z9, P, L, 1) ................................................................................. 100 seeds / $3.00

 54812.10  Ex Boonstevlei.  Flowers often two-toned, peachy-yellow to apricot.

Aloinopsis malherbei (6x8, Z9, P, L, 1) ……………………………………………............. 70 seeds / $3.00

 56054.00  Tufts of scalloped leaves fanning to whitish bumps on the edges.  Unusual flower colors in peach, apricot and tangerine shades.

Aloinopsis orpenii (6x9, Z9, P, L, 1) ...................................................................................... 60 seeds / $3.00

 67470.10  Ex E Kuruman.  Bluish-olive leaves with large bright yellow flowers.

Aloinopsis peersii (5x12,Z7,P,L,1) ......................................................................................... 30 seeds / $3.00

 70227.09    Thick, flattened, brownish leaves give rise to big, thick-sepaled buds opening to golden-yellow flowers. Has a long bloom period starting in mid-spring.

Aloinopsis rosulata (4x9, Z9, P, L, 1) ………………………………………………............ 70 seeds / $3.00

 74676.10  Pug-like foliage with yellow flowers sporting midline stripes.

Aloinopsis rubrolineata (5x8, Z9, P, L, 1) ………………………………………...….......... 40 seeds / $3.00

 74810.10  Ex Graaff-Reinet.  Olive-green tongues bear large pale yellow flowers, each petal with a maroon midline stripe.

Aloinopsis schooneesii (6x10, Z9, P, L, 1) ……………………………………….…........... 50 seeds / $3.00

 76124.14  Plants resemble cobblestones.  Small midline-striped flowers.

Aloinopsis setifera (4x9, Z9, P, L, 1) ………………………………………........................ 50 seeds / $3.00

 76278.10  Finely-tubercled leaves with tiny sparse white teeth.  Pale primrose flowers.

Aloinopsis spathulata (3x30,Z4,P,L,1) .................................................................................. 60 seeds / $3.50

 76700.08    Mats of thick, blue, flattened leaves produce huge magenta flowers prolifically in the spring for over a month.   Photo

Aloinopsis spathulata X Nananthus transvaalensis (Aizoaceae) (5x15,Z6,P,L,1) ................ 70 seeds / $3.50 76701.02 Ex Thompson. Plants resemble greener-leaved A. spathulata with yellow, orange, pink and red flowers in various shades.

Amorpha canescens (Fabaceae) (70x40, Z4, P, SC, 1) ......................................................... 50 seeds / $2.50

 12059.13  Herbaceous shrublets bedecked with long spikes (10 to 18 cm) of shimmering purple and orange pea-blossoms.  Adapts to most soils but prefers dry, sandy areas.

Amorpha fruticosa (120x100,Z5,P,SC,2) ........................................................................... 40 seeds / $3.00 30748.02 A rather large shrub with pinnate leaves and dark purple flower spikes, each blossom accented with yellow stamens.

Amorpha nana (40x60, Z4, P, SC, 1) .................................................................................... 50 seeds / $3.00

 58058.17  (W) Boulder Co., CO, 5800ft, 1768m.  Small shrublets with olive-green, doubly-pinnate leaves bear blue-violet spikes in mid-summer.

Amsonia arenaria (Apocynaceae) (16x40,Z6,P,C,2) .................................................. 40 seeds / $4.00 07425.15 (W) Otero Co, NM, 4350ft, 1326m. (= A. tomentosa v. stenophylla.) Forms colonies of soft stems clothed in linear, silver-haired leaves. Clusters of pale lilac to mauve, fragrant flowers in early spring.

Amsonia eastwoodiana (35x50,Z5,P,C,1) ............................................................................. 40 seeds / $3.50

 20767.19  (W) Garfield Co., UT, 4650ft, 1418m.  Multitudes of decumbent stems radiate from a central rootstalk clothed with linear, glabrous leaves.  Basal clusters of pale-blue, tubular flowers appear in late spring.   Photo

Amsonia elliptica (40x15,Z5,P,C,3:8w) ................................................................................. 40 seeds / $3.50

 25454.00    Elliptical leaves on erect stems and clusters of pale blue flowers, darkening to deep blue in the throat. Occurs in China and Japan.

Amsonia fugatei (40x50, Z6, P, L, 3:8w) …........................................................................... 60 seeds / $3.00

 30832.15  (W) Socorro Co., NM, 5000ft, 1524m.  White flowers shading to a brownish throat with iridescent purple tubes.  Lanceolate leaves cover a forest of erect stems.  Growing in sandy soil.

Amsonia illustris (Apocynaceae) (70x40,Z5,P,C,3:8w) ................................................. 50 seeds / $3.50 45454.04 "Ozark Bluestar." Willow-like clumps with shiny leaves bear capitate clusters of blue flowers in early spring. Lovely golden foliage in the fall.

Amsonia tharpii (Apocynaceae) (35x16,Z7,P,C,2) ...................................................... 50 seeds / $4.00 78350.15 (W) Eddy Co., NM, 3050ft, 930m. Long, linear, falcate leaves, appearing overall like feathery spirals. Flowers not seen here but are reportedly white. Growing in calcareous rubble.

Androsace chamaejasmae ssp. carinata (Primulaceae) (4x15,Z3,P,L,3:8w) ................ 90 seeds / $4.00 12352.25 (W) Teller Co., CO, 12000ft, 3658m. Small mats of tiny, hairy rosettes bear numerous white, yellow-eyed flowers fading to rose. Grows in exposed alpine tundra on a granite substrate.

Androstephium breviflorum (Liliaceae) (9x6,Z5,P,CE,3:8w) .................................................. 30 seeds / $3.50

 10743.28  (W) Grand Co., UT, 4400ft, 1341m.  (= Brodiaea breviflora.) Few-flowered umbels of pale purple flowers, veined blue-purple.

Anemonastrum narcissiflorum ssp. zephyrum (Ranunculaceae) (25x18,Z3,P,GC,3:8w) .... 90 seeds / $4.00 58074.13 (W) Park Co., CO, 12500ft, 3811m. (= Anemone narcissiflora.) An alpine beauty with six-petalled, white flowers over dissected, hirsute foliage. Found near streams and snow banks.

Anemone occidentalis (Ranunculaceae) (40x15,Z4,P,C,3:8w) ...................................... 90 seeds / $3.50 61213.22 (W) Yakima Co., WA, 5500ft, 1677m. Bold clumps of laciniate foliage produce bowl-shaped creamy flowers. The silky seedheads look like woolly mops 3" to 4" long. Photo

Anemonopsis macrophylla (Ranunculaceae) (50x30,Z6,P,GL,4:8w) ..................................... 30 seeds / $3.00

 56012.07     Large, incised, ternate leaves clasp glabrous stems from a rhizome.  There are several nodding, pale pinkish-purple to rose-colored flowers per raceme in late summer.  Japan.

Anemopsis californica (Saururaceae) (18x10,Z6,P,L,3:8w) …............................................. 100 seeds / $3.00

 12057.25  (W) Inyo Co., CA, 3700ft, 1128m.   Thick, creeping rhizomes sprout oblong, basally-cordate leaves. Greenish cones of small flowers are subtended by large, glistening white bracts. Thickets of these aromatic plants are found in seeps across the desert areas.   Photo

Angelica grayi (Apiaceae) (20x18,Z3,P,L,3:8w) ........................................................... 50 seeds / $3.50 32742.24 (W) Chaffee Co., CO, 12000ft, 3660m. The diminuitive stature of this aromatic Angelica makes it a perfect candidate for the rock garden. White umbels of capitate flower clusters in summer.

Angelica roseana (Apiaceae) (65x35,Z4,P,C,3:8w) ...................................................... 70 seeds / $3.50 74679.12 (W) Sheridan Co., WY, 9200ft, 2805m. Thousands of white to pinkish florets in huge compound umbels over pinnate foliage. Alpine gullies in limestone substrate.

Angelica sachalinensis (150x90, Z4, B, L, 3:8w) …………………………..….................... 50 seeds / $3.00

 76012.04  Perhaps one of the most attractive in this genus with finely-divided leaves, the basal ones showing some pink and white variegation.  Umbels of white flowers.  Monocarpic, but offsets.

Antennaria aromatica (Asteraceae) (5x18,Z3,P,L,3:6w) ............................................... 100 seeds / $4.00 07465.13 (W) Carbon Co., MT, 9700ft, 2957m. Felted, whitish-green, aromatic rosettes with wavy edges pack together tightly to create spreading cushions. Small, white button-flowers, female flowers are more narrow than the males. On steep, sliding, W-facing granite screes. One of the best in the genus.   Photo

Antennaria carpatica (Asteraceae) (4x25,Z4,P,L,3:6w) ............................................... 100 seeds / $3.50 12076.14 A silver-green mat-former from the mountains of Austria with heads of white on short stalks in early summer.

Antimima argentea (Aizoaceae) (6x16, Z9, P, L, 1) …………………………...................... 90 seeds / $3.00

 07432.10  Deep pink flowers are abundantly produced over spiky succulent tufts.

Aquilegia barnebyi (Ranunculaceae) (40x18,Z4,P,L,3:5w) ...................................... 100 seeds / $4.00 10074.21 (W) Garfield Co., CO, 7270ft, 2216m. The butter-yellow corollas contrast beautifully with the peachy-pink sepals over bold blue foliage. Growing on limestone deposits near running water. Photo1 Photo2

Aquilegia caerulea (Ranunculaceae) (40x30,Z3,P,L,3:4w) ............................................. 100 seeds / $3.50 12029.64 (W) Chaffee Co., CO, 12000ft, 3660m. The lovely state flower of Colorado. White sepals and long spurs, deep sky-blue (occasionally pale blue) corollas. Prefers talus slopes. Photo

Aquilegia caerulea v. ochroleuca (40x30,Z3,P,L,3:4w) ...................................................... 100 seeds / $3.00

 12027.20  (W) Iron Co., UT, 11050ft, 3369m.  Large, pure white, long-spurred flowers.  On volcanic rock.

Aquilegia desertorum (Ranunculaceae) (50x30,Z4,P,L,3:6w) ...................................... 40 seeds / $4.50 15280.35 (W) Bernalillo Co., NM, 10585ft, 3227m. This population is at the highest elevation I have ever seen, on the lee side of a limestone ridge, in copius deadfall. Reddish-orange sepals and spurs with yellow corollas over glaucous-green foliage.

Aquilegia flabellata v. pumila (Ranunculaceae) (16x12,Z4,P,L,3:4w) ........................... 70 seeds / $3.50 30538.03 A good standard form in this seed batch from Austria. Blue and white flowers on compact plants.

Aquilegia flabellata v. pumila fl. pl. (15x12,Z4,P,L,3:4w) .............................................. 40 seeds / $4.00 30539.00 Blue and white semi-double flowers over waxy, blue-green, fan-shaped leaves. From Japan.

Aquilegia flavescens (50x22,Z3,P,L,3:6w) .............................................................. 100 seeds / $4.00 30530.51 (W) Park Co., WY, 9400ft, 2866m. A hardier version of the yellow-flowered A. chrysantha, although the sepals and spurs tend to be more creamy-yellow. Photo

Aquilegia formosa (Ranunculaceae) (75x30,Z5,P,L,3:6w) ............................................. 100 seeds / $3.50 30674.32 (W) Josephine Co., OR, 5450ft, 1662m. Exceptionally vigorous form here with numerous, well-branched stems and many red and yellow flowers with short, straight spurs. N-facing, vernally-moist, volcanic slopes.

Aquilegia jonesii (Ranunculaceae) (6x12,Z3,P,GL,3:6w) ................................................ 100 seeds / $4.50 50658.24 (W) Sheridan Co., WY, 10100ft, 3080m. A classic alpine species with gorgeous royal-blue flowers and powder-blue foliage. Forms tufted mounds on limestone rubble. A challenge to cultivate.Photo1   Photo2

Aquilegia X micrantha (Ranunculaceae) (30x24,Z6,P,L,3:6w) ...................................... 100 seeds / $3.50 56413.34 (W) Montrose Co., CO, 5100ft, 1555m. The viscid leaves are pure A. micrantha but the flowers reflect influence from probably A. elegantula, yellow corollas and pink to peachy-red spurs.  Photo

Aquilegia pyrenaica (20x16,Z5,P,L,3:6w) ............................................................................. 40 seeds / $3.50

 70968.09    Deep blue to lilac-blue flowers with straight spurs.  A dwarfer version of A. alpina.

 

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