J. L. HUDSON, SEEDSMAN, BOX 337, LA HONDA, CALIFORNIA 94020-0337 USA
2017 SUPPLEMENT - Reserved Access Seeds
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CACTACEAE. Small endangered cacti. No export.
—Ariocarpus fissuratus. (10) R-ARIO-7. Packet: $3.00
'LIVING ROCK', 'HIKULI SUNAMI'. Fiat rosettes of grey-green, wrinkled, triangular tubercles, vaguely resembling a deer's hoof. Bright magenta-pink flowers. S. Texas and México. A CITES Appendix I endangered species. Used medicinally by the Indians. Germinates in 3 weeks and up. For more seeds and plants grown by plant-explorer Ben Kamm, including many Andean rarities, see his website at www.sacredsucculents.com
—Ariocarpus fissuratus var. lloydii. (10) R-ARI0-7L. Packet: $4.00
Smooth rounded tubercles, pink-purple flowers. Larger than the type. México. CITES Appendix I endangered species. Germinates in 3 weeks and up. For more seeds and plants grown by plant-explorer Ben Kamm, including many Andean rarities, see his website at www.sacredsucculents.com
MAGNOLIACEAE. Ornamental woody vines with red or white flowers, handsome bright green foliage, and drooping clusters of scarlet berries. They twine to about 10 - 20 feet, and thrive in partly shaded moist areas. Male and female plants; grow several for the fruits. They are medicinal and some have edible fruits.
—Schisandra chinensis. (10) R-SCHI-6. Packet: $2.50
1/4 Ounce: $9.00
'CHINESE MAGNOLIA VINE', 'WU WEI ZI'. Fragrant white to pink 3/4" flowers followed by attractive 6" spikes of red berries on female vines. Woody twiner to 25 feet, with glossy, deep green 4" leaves. China. Zone 4. The fruits are an important tonic and adaptogen in Chinese medicine. Lightly nick, give 4 weeks warm, then 4 weeks cold, then 8 weeks cool (50°F), then sow. Others have found that soaking in water 4 days, then 4 weeks warm, then 4 weeks cold works.