trees and shrubs seeds (available all year round)

Abutilon auritum (Malvaceae) Orange flowers with red veins. (15seeds/2,5€)

Abutilon indicum (Malvaceae) Subshrub with yellow flowers. (15 seeds/2,5€)

Acacia auriculiformis (Fab.) Tree from Australasia, reforesting and wind-breaks. (20s/2,5€)

Adansonia digitata (Bombacaceae) The African baobab tree (15 seeds/2,50€)

Albizzia lebbeck (Mimosaceae) Tree 2-25 m high, from tropical Asia. White and yellowish green flowers in panicles, followed by big yellow pods. Enjoys dry areas. (15s/2,5€)

Caesalpinia pulcherrima (Caesalp.) 'Dwarf poinciana' glabrous shrub with very gaudy orange-red or yellow flowers. Stands dry grounds easily. (15s/2,5€)

Caesalpinia pulcherrima cv 'Rosea' Pink flowered caesalpinia. (12s/2,5€)

Cajanus cajan (Fabaceae) Small plant 1-3 m with racemes of bright yellow flowers streaked red. The seeds are edible like beans, the plant tolerates dry aspects. (15s/2,5€)

Carica papaya (Caricaceae) Tree to 6m, nice dissected large leaves, flowers greenish yellow in clusters, possibly bearing the papaya fruit. Enjoys heat and water. (15s/2,5€)

Cassia alata (Caesalpiniaceae) Shrub with yellow erect spikes. (15s/2,5€)

Cassia fistula (Caesalp.) 'Golden shower' beautiful medium size tree, fragrant flowers golden yellow in drooping racemes to 30 cm long. (15s/2,5€)

Cassia javanica (Caesalpinaceae) Asian tree with clusters of pink flowers (15 seeds/2,50€)

 Delonix regia (Caesalp.) The 'flamboyant' is one of the showiest flowering tree; scarlet-red flowers with cream lip. Soak seeds in boiling water before sowing. (15s/2,5€)

Dicrostachys cinerea (Mimosaceae) A spiny bush with two-colored flowers (15s/2,5€)

Enterolobium cyclocarpum (Mimosaceae) A quite handsome tree with dissected foliage, small whitish flowers followed by pods having the shape of a black ear. (15s/2,5€)

Duranta erecta (Verbenaceae) 'Pigeon-berry' small tree to 6 m, pendulous clusters of lilac blue perfumed flowers. Decorative non-edible yellow berrys. Grows in rather poor soils. (15s/2,5€)

Gossypium speciosum (Malvaceae) Small shrub to 2-3 m, yellow flowers turning red when wilting. The seed is embedded in long white threads, the cotton. (15s/2,5€)

Grevillea banksii (Proteaceae) 'Scarlet grevillea' small tree from Australia, bright coral red flowers in dense up-right clusters. Recommanded species. (15s/2,5€)

Jacaranda mimosifolia (Bignonaceae) Tree to 8-20 m, from Brasil. Fern looking leaves, erect clusters of lavender-blue flowers. Subtropical requirements. (15s/2,5€)

Leucaena leucocephala (Mimosaceae) 'Wild tamarind' small tree, white yellowish flowers in globose fluffy heads. Foliage can be used as fodder. Good for dry areas. (20s/2,5€)

Megakepasma erythrochlamys (Acanthaceae) Real nice flowered shrub. (6s/2,5€)

 Morinda citrifolia (Rubiaceae) 'Noni' deciduous tree to 10m, large elliptic deeply veined leaves, strange conical white fleshy fruit. (15 seeds/2,5€)

Prosopis juliflora (Leguminosae) A melliferous tree for dry areas (15 seeds/2,5€)

Ravenala madagascariensis (Strelitziaceae) The traveler's tree, endemic to Madagascar (15 seeds/2,50€)

Strelitzia nicolai (Musaceae) White bird-of-paradise (10 seeds/2,5€)

Ruttya fruticosa (Acanthaceae) Very showy red and black flowers. (15s/2,5)

Schinus terebenthifolius (Anacardiaceae) 'Brazilian pepper-tree' evergreen to 6-9m, dark glossy green foliage, showy edible bright red berrys. (20s/2,5€)

Senna siamea (Caesalp.) Tree to 15-25m, yellow flowers, stands dry aspects. (15s/2,5€)

Solanum mauritianum (Solanaceae) Shrub to 3m, stems and leaves hairy, clusters of mauve flowers, yellow non-edible berrys. Easy to grow, very tolerant. (20 s/2,5€)

Solanum torvum Spiny shrub, white flowers. (20 s/2,5€)

Spathodea campanulata (Bignonaceae) 'African tulip-tree' showy evergreen to 20m, large bell shaped flowers crimson red with yellow edge. Fast growing. (20 s/2,5€)

Tabebuia rosea (Bign.) 'Rosy trumpet-tree' medium size tree, showy lilac-rose flowers. (20 s/2,5€)

Tecoma stans (Bign.) 'Yellow bells', bright yellow flowers in pendulous clusters. (20 s/2,5€)


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