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Squamopappus skutchii, 20 seeds
Yet another relatively unknown species from the cloud forests of North and South America, Squamopappus skutchii has one of the weirdest sounding latin names and actually no common name yet. A very rare, upright bush or small tree, it belongs to the Sunflower/Daisy family and was once considered part of the Podachenium genus. Blooms in winter with roundish clusters of golden-yellow, marigold-like, lightly fragrant flowers. 16 feet tall. Well-drained soils. Filtered shade. Probably not heat tolerant, not much else is known, sorry. Exclusive seeds, harvested 05/2015.
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