04 November 2014

Wildflower Seeds - new source this year Pine Ridge Gardens

Barbara's Buttons, Marshallia caespitosa 
Mary Ann King, owner of Pine Ridge Gardens in northwest Arkansas has always been a reliable source for native plants grown at her nursery.

Yesterday King announced that they have collected seeds from their plants and the surrounding area and are making them available to native plant lovers. Click over to see the entire listing at
http://www.pineridgegardens.com/Seed%20Listing.html

Other useful links -
Arkansas Native Plant Society http://anps.org/
Ozark Chapter Arkansas Native Plant Society http://anps.org/ozark-chapter/
Native Plants for Birds in NW Arkansas http://www.nwarkaudubon.org/native-plants-for-birds-in-northwest-arkansas.html


Seeds we have to Spare




Our seed mostly comes from the nursery or the farm so most of our seed is only available in small quantities.  Sometimes seed may hybridize naturally so  it may not turn out exactly like its parent plant.  And since these are seeds, please keep in mind that there can be color variations.  
TO ORDER:  Print page, check or circle items desired, and mail to Pine Ridge Gardens,   P O Box 200, London, AR 72847 with check, money order or credit card information.  
Name, mailing address, Credit card number (if using), expiration date and Security code.
Shipping charges as follows:  1 to 50  packets   $5.00                    51 to 100 packets $10.00    No charge for seed sent with plant, book or t-shirt order.
You may also email page to me or call with your order.  479-293-4359 or office@pineridgegardens.com

Latin NameCommon NamePacket SizePrice# of
Packets
Total
Price
Allium cernuumNadding onion50 seeds3.00

Allium stellatumGlade onion50 seeds3.00

Andropogon gerardiiBig Blue Stem50 seeds3.00

Andropogon glomeratusBush Bluestem50 seeds3.00

Andropogon ternariusSplit beard bluestem50 seeds3.00

Asclepias incarnataRose milkweed25 seeds3.00

Asclepias syriacaCommon milkweed25 seeds3.00
Asclepias tuberosaOrange milkweed25 seeds3.00
Asclepias verticillataHorsetail milkweed25 seeds3.00
Astragalus canadensisCanadian Milkbetch20 seeeds3.00

Berlandiera texanaGreen eyes50 seeds3.00

Blephelia hirsutaHairy wood mint50 seeds3.00

Callirhoe bushiiBush's poppy mallow50 seeds3.00

Centaurea americanaBasketflower20 seeds3.00

Coreopsis tripterisTall tickseed50 seeds3.00

Diospyros  virginianaPersimmon10 seeds3.00
Echinacea pallidaPale Purple Coneflower50 seeds3.00

Echinacea purpureaPurple coneflower50 seeds 3.00

Echinacea tennessensisTennesee coneflower50 seeds3.00

Eryngium yuccifoliumRattlesnake master50 seeds3.00

Eupatorium maculatumSweet Joe Pye50 seeds3.00

Eupatorium serotinumLate Joe Pye50 seeds3.00
Helianthus mollisAshy sunflower50 seeds3.00

Helianthus silphoidesRosinweed sunflower50 seeds3.00

Hypericum hypercoides
v. hypercoides
St. Andrews cross20 seeds3.00

Hypericum prolificumShrubby St. John's Wort20 seeds3.00

Manfreda virginicaArkansas agave20 Seeds3.00

Marshallia caespitosaBarbara's Buttons50 seeds3.00

Penstemon arkansanaArkansas beardtongue 50 seeds
3.00


Penstemon digitalisBeardtongue50 seeds3.00

Penstemon murrayanousBig red penstemon10 seeds3.00

Penstemon teniusGulf coast penstemon50 seeds3.00

Phystostegia angustifoliaFalse dragonhead20 seeds3.00

Pityopsis gramnifoliaSilkgrass50 seeds3.00

Ratibida pinnataGrey headed conflower50 seeds3.00

Rudbeckia grandifloraLarge flowered
black-eyed susan
50 seeds3.00

Rudbeckia missouriensisMissouri blackeyed susan50 seeds3.00

Silene regiaRoyal catchfly50 seeds3.00

Silene stellataStarry campion50 seeds3.00

Silphium speciosumWholeleaf rosinweed25 seeds3.00

Sium suaveWater parsnip20 seeds3.00

Sorgastrum elliottiiSlender Indian Grass50 Seeds3.00

Sorgastrum nutansIndian grass50 seeds3.00

 Tridens flavus v. flavusPurpletop 50 seeds3.00

Total




Additional Info:
Most wildflower seed will need 3-8 weeks cold stratification.  Some seed is so tiny that the seed appears as dust.  These tiny seed should be sprinkled on top of the soil and preferably bottom watered to avoid the seed being washed to the sides or edges of the tray.

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