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Seeds I have to trade:


    • Welcome to Susan's Seedy Deeds and Shady Needs
      UPDATED: 10/6//2014

      Trades are 25 seeds, and seeds are chaff free, unless otherwise indicated. Seeds from my garden are all open-pollinated and so may not come true. I mail seeds out within 72 hours of finalizing the trade and always use a bubble mailer. I would appreciate you doing the same for me. -I do not trade internationally; please respect this decision and don't ask me to make an exception.
    • Have - Havested Summer/Fall 2014
    • Abutilon x hybridum, Capella. Beautiful clear yellow flowers on a bushy compact plant. -15 seeds per trade
    • Abutilon x hybridum, 'Challo' Ruffled golden flowers with a deep red eye. -Very showy. -15 seeds per trade.
    • Abutilon x hybridum, flowering maple, 'Dwarf Red'. Large, open orange-red flowers on a compact plant. -15 seeds per trade.
    • Abutilon x hybridum, 'Harvest Moon' Pretty pale apricot bells set off by golden calyxes on a dwarf plant. -15 seeds per trade.
    • Abutilon x hybridum, 'Rosa Linda' A vigorous abutilon with unusual deep cherry rose colored flowers. -15 seeds per trade.
    • Ageratum Blue Planet Much sturdier, taller and florific than the common bedding ageratum.
    • Browallia americana, 'Blue Lady' -A wonderful bedding plant for a shady border.
    • Campanula primulifolia, Spanish bellflower, Beautiful, easy to grow bellflower that is hardy to zone 4, can take quite a bit of shade and blooms over a long period.
    • Cineraria (AKA Pericallis x hybrida), florist's cineraria, 'Stellata mix'' . Showy bedding plant that loves cool wet weather, making them perfect for early spring planting. A prolific early bloomer, they will put up with light frosts and will survive temperatures as low as 32 degrees..
    • Francoa sonchifolia, maiden's wreath. Lovely, clumping shade perennial with long wands of pink blushed flowers. Foliage is attractive when not in bloom. Hardy to Zone 7.
    • Fuchsia panniculata. Tree Fuchsia, Lilac Fuchsia. A species Fuchsia, so comes true from seed.
    • Geranium yoshinoi, 'Confetti', hardy geranium. -A lovely little variegated plant. -15 seeds per trade.
    • Hieracium maculatum, 'Leopard' This native plant has very showy foliage and is easy to grow. -Cut off the yellow flowers unless you want to save seed.
    • Impatiens bafourii, poor man's orchid Easy to grow annual impatiens with very pretty pinky-lilac and white flowers. Often naturalizes in gardens.
    • Impatiens scabrida, Himalayan balsam. Quite rare in cultivation, but a very easy to grow annual impatiens
    • Iris foetidissima, coral iris (plants) A tough, tough plant for dry shade. hardy to zone 4. -10 seeds per trade.
    • Lantana camara, shrub verbena -Red and yellow flowers.
    • Lavatera assurgentiflora, island mallow A spectacular tree mallow that is hardy to 16 degrees.
    • Nicotiana glauca, blue tree tobacco Grown for its silver-blue leaves and tubular yellow flowers that are attractive to hummingbirds. This plant is invasive in the southwestern U.S., so not recommended for folks in these parts. (I collected my seeds from a wild stand here in California.)
    • Pavonia lasiopetala, rock rose. This pretty Texas native can withstand a wide variety of conditions.
    • Salvia coccinea, 'Snow Nymph', hummingbird sage. Easy, pretty and drought tolerant. May overwinter in zones 8+.
    • Tomato, 'Bloody Butcher' I heart this tomato! So great in my cool summer climate. A good producer (and not all at once) of good tasting tomatoes and not a sign of disease.
    • Tomato, 'Cherokee Purple' -A classic heirloom tomato.
    • Tomato, 'Indigo Rose' This is the prettiest tomato I have ever grown Everyone who sees it asks about it. It has done very well in my cool, foggy summer climate, and I think it tastes terrific (and a pretty good keeper too.)
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    • Have - Havested Summer/Fall 2013
    • Abutilon x hybridum, flowering maple 'Rosalie'. Heavy bloomer with large, clear pink flowers. Great as a summer container plant where not hardy. Hardy to zone 9.
    • Agapanthus hybrid, Lily of the Nile -Blue. An impressive container plant where not hardy.
    • Agastache foeniculum Anise hyssop
    • Aquilegia fragrans , fragrant columbine. One of the few fragrant columbines.
    • Aquilegia canadensis, 'Pink Lanterns', Pink flowering form of the native eastern columbine.
    • Begonia boliviensis, Bolivian begonia. My favorite non-hybrid Begonia. My plant grown by Berkeley Botanical Garden. Hardy to 7b.
    • Capsicum annum, ornamental pepper 'Masquerade' A very early variety that can withstand light frosts in my garden. I enjoy using it in the kitchen.
    • Capsicum pubescens Rocoto pepper World's oldest cultivated pepper.
    • Centranthus ruber, red valerian, Jupiter's beard. Long blooming, showy and drought tolerant. Attracts butterflies. Hardy to zone 5.
    • Dianella intermedia flax lily Unusual plant from New Zealand with stunning blue berries.
    • Fragaria vesca , White alpine strawberry. Unusual pineapple-strawberry flavor.
    • Impatiens hoehnelii This species impatiens from Mount Kenya is very rare but easy to grow.
    • Spanish lavender, French lavender, This is the lavender that sports cute bunny ear bracts. Hardy to zone 8.
    • Linaria reticulate, baby snapdragon, 'Flamenco'
    • Nemesia fruticans, blue form Great bedding plant for part sun. Blue flowers are fragrant.
    • Nicotiana langsdorfii, flowering tobacco. Striking and unique green trumpets with blue pollen. Perennial in zone 9; grown as an annual elsewhere.
    • Polemonium pauciflorum, yellow jacob's ladder. Yellow trumpets, flushed with peachy red, and ferny foliage.
    • Salvia chiapensis Showy salvia with brilliant fuchsia flowers. Attracts hummingbirds. Hardy to zone 8.
    • Salvia holwayi A rare salvia from Guatemala with brilliant red flowers. Hardy to zone 9. Excellent greenhouse plant elsewhere.
    • Salvia leucantha, Mexican bush sage Very long blooming salvia with silvery foliage and velvety purple flowers. Drought tolerant. Hardy to zone 7B. May be grown as an annual.
    • Salvia semiatrata Unusual and very beautiful salvia that is hardy to 25 degrees and can survive short periods at 15 degrees.
    • Stachys albotomentosa, hidalgo, 7-UP plant Love this plant! The furry gray leaves smell like 7-UP and the flowers are a gorgeous shade of peach. Long blooming. Hardy to zone 7.
    • Tagetes lemmonii, Mexican marigold, copper canyon daisy. Profusion of golden daisies in fall. drought tolerant. Hardy to zone 8.
    • Tigridia pavonia, Mexican shell flower. -pink flowering form. Stunning when inter-planted with the red form.
    • Tigridia pavonia, Mexican shell flower. -red flowering form. Probably the showiest plant I grow. Makes a great patio plant. Hardy to zone 8.
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    • Have - Havested Summer/Fall 2012
    • Aquilegia, 'Ruby Port' . Heirloom columbine with fully double dark wine flowers.
    • Aristea ecklonii, blue stars. Tough drought-tolerant South African plant with true blue flowers. Hardy to zone 8.
    • Capsicum annum, goat's weed pepper AKA black cobra. An ornamental pepper that's great in the kitchen too.
    • Fragaria vesca , Red alpine strawberry
    • Lunaria annua 'Rosemary Verey' , money plant. An unusual form with violet blooms and dark purple splashed leaves.
    • Lunaria annua variegata alba, money plant. Lovely variegated form with white flowers.
    • Scabiosa atropurpurea, tall double flowered, includes burgundy, whitish mauve, pink and Beaujolais bonnets types.
    • Tomato, 'Carmello'. A French heirloom. Excellent cool weather/short season tomato with great production of good tasting, good sized fruit.
    • Tomato, Moskvich. Extra early and flavorful Siberian heirloom.
    • Have - From trades or commercial, Winter of 2013/2014
    • Aquilegia vulgaris, columbine, 'Nora Barlow'
    • Baptsia australis, false indigo
    • Salvia coccinea, hummingbird sage, 'Lady in Red'
    • Scabiosa ochroeuca, cream pincushion flower
    • Have - From trades or commercial, Winter of 2012/2013
    • Allium tuberosum, garlic chives
    • Coleus 'Giant Exhibition Rustic Red' (cmcl)
    • Coleus 'Giant Exhibition Rustic Red' (cmcl)
    • Coleus blumei, from 'Black Dragon'
    • Impatiens, 'Sunny Lady Cranberry' (cmcl)
    • Salvia regla, mountain sage


    Seeds I am looking for:

    • I love rare and unusuaI shade plants. I am especially fond of shade plants with blue flowers and/or variegated leaves. I love perennials, but I am also always on the look-out for unusual, colorful flowering annuals that like part sun/part shade. -I am not into hostas, although my snails are (-:
    • Ageratum houstonianum, any red, such as 'Red Sea', 'Fine Wine' or similar
    • Ammi visnaga, 'Green Mist'
    • Anomatheca laxa 'Joan Evans'
    • Antirrhinum majus, snapdragon, - any that have a noticeable fragrance
    • Antirrhinum majus, snapdragon, , 'Rocket Bronze', 'Peach Breeze', 'Bronze Dragon'
    • Aquilegia, columbine, 'Leprechaun Gold', 'Lime Frost', 'Woodside Strain', or similar with green and gold variegation.
    • Asarina scandens or Asarina wislizensis, twining snapdragon
    • Barleria repens, Red Barleria
    • Basil, 'Purple Ruffles' , 'Purple Delight', 'Cardinal'
    • Bergenia -any with red flowers
    • Bessera elegans, coral drops
    • Calceolaria, slipper flower, -any
    • Calendula officinalis, 'Coffee Cream', 'Bronzed Beauty'
    • Campanula medium, canterbury bells -doubles or pink
    • Capsicum annum, pepper, any variegated, especially 'Purple Flash', or any ornamental hot pepper with rainbow colored peppers that are also good to use in the kitchen.
    • Centaurea moschata, Sweet Sultan
    • Chiastophyllum oppositifolium
    • Chrysanthemum carinatum AKA Ismelia carinata, Tricolor Chrysanthemum
    • Clianthus puniceus, lobster claws
    • Collinsia heterophylla, Chinese houses
    • Consolida ajacis -Larkspur any red, pink or true blue -Not looking for purple.
    • Cosmos 'Daydream', 'Prom Dress', 'Summer Dreams', 'Antiquity', 'Rubenza'
    • Cosmos parviflorus, small-flowered cosmos, southwestern cosmos
    • Crepis rubra, pink hawksbeard
    • Culantro
    • Delphinium chinensis 'Butterfly Rose'
    • Digitalis purpurea, 'Snowy Mountain'
    • Digitalis, any from the 'Polka Dot' series.
    • Euphorbia, 'Breathless', 'Diamond Frost' or similar white flowered "baby's breath euphorbia"
    • Euphorbia marginata, snow on the mountain
    • Godetia AKA Clarkia, -any
    • Impatiens amphorata
    • Impatiens auricoma
    • Impatiens bicordata
    • Impatiens digitata
    • Impatiens 'Envoy Peach Butterfly', 'Salmon Blush', 'Salmon Butterfly' or similar impatiens with a prominent salmon/peach star
    • Impatiens flanaganae
    • Ixia viridiflora, turquoise Ixia
    • Jaltomata procumbens, creeping false holly
    • Knautia macedonia 'Melton Pastels'
    • Lewisia - any
    • Limnanthes douglasii, poached egg plant,
    • Limonium gmelinii, Siberian statice
    • Lobelia speciosa, 'Fan Salmon'
    • Lobularia maritima, sweet alyssum - Any colored, especially rose/pink, red, copper or peach -Don't need white; have plenty
    • Lopezia cordata, mosquito flower
    • Lychnis flos-cuculi, ragged robin
    • Melinus nerviglumis, ruby grass
    • Melothria scabra, Mexican sour gherkin
    • Mimulus, monkey flower, any bedding type with fancy blotches and spots, such as 'Mystic', 'Magic', 'Maximus', 'Tiger mix', etc.
    • Monarda fistulosa-Wild Bergamot
    • Myosotidium hortensia, Chatham Island Forget-me-not
    • Myosotis sylvatica, forget-me-not, 'Victoria Pink', or similar with pink flowers.
    • Nasturtium, any with variegated leaves or salmon, or rose colored flowers like 'Alaska', 'Caribbean Crush', 'Just Peachy', 'Raspberry Sorbet', 'Cherry Rose' 'Salmon Mousse' -Don't need Yellow/Orange/ Red -Have plenty.
    • Nemesia strumosa, Cape Jewels, Carnival, KLM, Tapestry, Blaze of Glory, Mello Red & White
    • Omphalodes cappadocica, navelwort
    • Omphalodes linifolia, Venus' navelwort
    • Omphalodes verna, blue-eyed mary
    • Pansy - Your favorite blue or blue & white
    • Pentapetes phoenicia - any red or pink
    • Perilla frutescens -red form
    • Phytolacca, variegated pokeweed, such as 'Silberstein' or similar.
    • Rhodochiton atrosanguineum, purple bell vine
    • Russelia equisetiformis, firecracker plant
    • Salpiglossis sinuata, painted tongue-any
    • Salvia amarissima
    • Salvia blue angel
    • Salvia bulleyanna
    • Salvia discolor, Andean silver-leaf sage
    • Salvia farinacea, the Cathedral series; 'Cathedral Sky Blue', 'Cathedral White', 'Cathedral Deep Blue'
    • Salvia forsskaoli, indigo woodland sage
    • Salvia fulgens, cardinal sage
    • Salvia patens
    • Salvia stamineae
    • Scabiosa 'Pink Mist', 'Salmon Queen', 'Diamond Pink' or similar pink form.
    • Scabiosa incisa
    • Silene gallica, windmill pink, French catchfly
    • Silene pendula 'Peach Blossom', nodding catchfly
    • Sinningia tubiflora, hardy white gloxinia
    • Tanacetum niveum, silver tansy
    • Thunbergia alata, black eyed susan vine, Salmon Shades such as ''African Sunset', 'Salmon Shades', Sunrise Surprise', 'Blushing Susie', 'Spanish Eyes' or any white with a black eye
    • Thunbergia grandiflora alba
    • Thunbergia mysorensis
    • Thunbergia-any red
    • Tinantia erecta, widow's tears
    • Tomato, Black Krim
    • Tomato, Ivory Egg
    • Tomato, Moonglow
    • Tomato, Old Ivory Egg
    • Torenia 'Velvet Moon', 'Magenta Moon'
    • Trigonella foenumgraecum, fenugreek
    • Tropaeolum Azureum 'Blue Nasturtium'
    • Viola, 'Dancing Geisha' or others with variegated leaves
    • Viscaria oculata, German catchfly
    • Zaluzianskya ovata, night phlox
    • Zehneria pallidinervia 'Bat Wing Vine'


    Plants I have to trade:


      • Plant list updated 8/10/2010
      • Abutilon x hybrida 'Rosalie', pink flowering maple. (cuttings) Great for containers. Can be grown as a large shrub in Zones 8 - 10
      • Agapanthus hybrid -blue, Lily of the Nile (plants) Hardy to zone 8/9 but great as an indoor/outdoor container plant elsewhere. These self sow in my garden, so I usually have some good sized seedlings to trade.
      • Anemone x hybrida 'Honorine Jobert' (plants) Hardy to Zone 4. Gorgeous pure white flowers in late summer/early fall.
      • Begonia foliosa var. miniata, fuchsia flowering begonia (cuttings) The Begonia that thinks it's a Fuchsia. Hardy to Zone 9b, where it flowers continuously. Elsewhere, grow as houseplant or bring indoors before frost. -very easy to root.
      • Begonia, Irene Nuss (cuttings) A very old and beautiful cane/angel wing type. See mine at the top of the page.
      • Begonia, 'Maribel Pink Shades' (cuttings) A dainty dragon wing type with beautiful marbled pink and white flowers and very dark burgundy leaves.
      • Begonia, Dragonwing -Pink, Red or White (cuttings) Vigorous and much more heat tolerant than most begonias.
      • Brugmansia x insignis, Pink (cuttings) Hardy to Zone 8.
      • Brugmansia, 'Charles Grimaldi' (cuttings) Hardy to Zone 8.
      • Brugmansia, 'Betty Marshall' (cuttings) Hardy to Zone 8.
      • Centradenia floribunda, trailing princess flower (rooted starts) Makes a stunning hanging basket or use as a ground cover in Zones 9+.
      • Campanula primulifolia, Spanish Campanula (plants) A very pretty Campanula that should be more widely grown. Hardy to Zone 4.
      • Chasmanthe floribunda, Cobra Lily (corms) Closely related to Crocosmia. Features blazing orange flowers beloved by hummingbirds. Hardy to Zone 9 or grow in a tub and bring in before frost. Corms do not like to be disturbed once planted.
      • Choisya ternata, Mexican orange (cuttings) unusual shrub featuring fragrant foliage and fragrant flowers, similar to those of the mock orange. Hardy to Zone 8.
      • Crassula multicava, fairy crassula (rooted starts) Best in outdoor hanging baskets or as houseplants everywhere except Zones 9 and 10, where it can be grown outdoors as a quickly spreading groundcover. Pink star-like flower clusters form plantlets that fall off or can be detached to start new plants.
      • Dichroa febrifuga, evergreen blue hydrangea (cuttings) Blue evergreen hydrangea. Like the closely related Hydrangea, flower color can be changed to pink or blue through the use of alkaline or acidic fertilizers. Ditto for the color of its metallic berries. Hardy to Zone 8/borderline in 7.
      • Epidendrum ellipticum, reed stem orchid (rooted starts) Care instructions here.
      • Fragaria 'Pink Panda' (plants) Ornamental strawberry with cute pink flowers and the occasional sweet strawberry. Hardy to Zone 5/borderline Zone 4.
      • Francoa sonchifolia, maiden's wreath. (plants) Lovely, clumping shade perennial With long wands of pink blushed flowers once used as wreaths. Hardy to Zone 7.
      • Fuchsia, 'Constance' (cuttings) A large flowered hardy Fuchsia that is completely resistant to the Fuchsia gall mite.
      • Fuchsia regia, vining Fuchsia (cuttings) The only true vining member of the Fuchsia genus. Hardy to Zone 8.
      • Galium odoratum, sweet woodruff (plants) -An easy, vigorous ground cover for dry shade.
      • Haloragis erecta 'Wellington Bronze' (seedlings) Striking, shining bronze leaves and an upright form. Good in the border or in a container grouping to add a vertical accent. Hardy to Zone 7/borderline 6.
      • Iris foetidissima, coral iris (plants) A tough, tough plant for dry shade. hardy to zone 4.
      • Kalanchoe manginii, chandelier plant (cuttings) Makes a wonderful hanging basket. Super easy from cuttings. It is supposedly hardy to Zone 10, but I have been growing it outdoors for years here in Zone 9B.
      • Lychnis coronaria,'Angel's Blush' (plants) Silver foliage and white flowers with a pink eye. Hardy to Zone 4.
      • Lysimachia clethroides, gooseneck loosestrife (plants) Can be quite invasive, but I find it a very useful plant for dry, rooty shade situations. Hardy to Zone 3.
      • Melissa officinalis, lemon balm (plants) makes a wonderful tea. hardy to zone 3.
      • Passiflora, Lavender Lady (cuttings) Hardy to 25/30 degrees. Rarely bothered by caterpillars; so that's good or bad, depending on your purpose (-:
      • Plectranthus argentatus, silver spurflower (cutttings) A wonderful silver foliage plant that can take full shade. Hardy to zone 9; a great annual elsewhere that can be easily overwintered by cuttings. -Very easy to start from cuttings.
      • Plectranthus ciliatus, 'Zulu Wonder' (cuttings) Makes an excellent and unusual house plant with lovely purple-backed leaves and pretty blue flowers. Grow as a ground cover in Zones 9+ or as an outdoor annual in colder Zones. Extremely easy from cuttings.
      • Pulmonaria longifolia ssp. cevennensis, lungwort (small plants) Elegant silver splashed sword shaped leaves and vivid blue and pink flowers. Hardy to Zone 4.
      • Rubus parviflorus, western thimbleberry (rooted) A pretty plant, native from Alaska to California.
      • Salvia elegans, pineapple sage (rooted starts) A useful and beautiful herb, beloved by hummingbirds. Hardy to Zone 8 or carry over as cuttings in winter.


      Plants I am looking for:

      • See my seed want list. I am also currently looking for the following:
      • Alpinia caerulea, blue-fruited ginger
      • Alstroemeria isabellana
      • Alstroemeria 'Mona Lisa'
      • I love Begonias! Particularly looking for B. domingensis, B. sutherlandii, B. odorata 'Alba', B. richmondensis - white, B. dregei, B. pearcei, B. listada, B. acutifolia,
      • and the following angelwings and rexes: 'Bubbles', 'Looking Glass', 'Frosty', 'Lana', 'Potpourri', 'Coral Sea', 'Vista Quest', 'Flamingo Queen', 'Red Cascade', 'Plum Gorgeous' Or tempt me!
      • Bergenia 'Apple Blossom'
      • Bergenia, ‘Red Beauty’
      • Blandflordia nobilis, Christmas Bells
      • Cerastium tomentosum
      • Clivia - Yellow
      • Correa, any dwarf
      • Crassulas: 'Morgan's Beauty', 'Bride's Bouquet', 'Springtime'
      • Crinums: ' Mrs. James Hendry', 'Hannibal's Dwarf'
      • Digitalis, any in the ‘Polkadot' series
      • Digitalis purpurea, 'Yellow Spears' AKA 'Gelbe Lanze'
      • Dorotheanthus bellidiformis variegated livingstone daisy, 'Mezoo Trailing Red'
      • Egyptian walking onions
      • Fuchsia 'Neon Tricolor'
      • Geranium himalayense plenum
      • Geranium pratense, 'Double Jewel'
      • Heliotrope, 'Marine'
      • Hemigraphis repanda, flame leaf ivy
      • Hemizygia 'Candy Kisses'
      • Heucherella ‘Berry Fizz’, ‘Cracked Ice’
      • Hypericum, 'Fiesta', 'Tricolor'
      • Impatiens, any from the 'Fusion' series or 'Seashell' series
      • Impatiens usambarensis
      • Impatiens x walleriana 'Blazing Fire'
      • Impatiens x walleriana 'Magenta Giant'
      • Iris 'Katharine Hodgkin'
      • Justicia brandegeana 'Variegata', 'Fruit Cocktail'
      • Kalanchoe carnea 'Modoc'
      • Kalanchoe ‘Fantastic’
      • Kalanchoe marnieriana
      • Knautia macedonica, ‘Thunder and Lightning’
      • Lamium, 'Hermann's Pride'
      • Lamium orvala
      • Mandevilla “Strawberry Lemonade”
      • Myosotis palustris, variegated forget-me-not, 'Unforgettable"
      • Ochna serrulata, Mickey Mouse plant
      • Omphalodes 'Cherry Ingram'
      • Oreganum, 'Kent Beauty'
      • Pelargonium tomentosum, peppermint geranium
      • Pelargonium 'Mr. Henry Cox','Silver Magic','Tricolor'
      • Perilla 'Magilla Gorilla', 'Magilla Vanilla', 'Fantasy'
      • Persicaria ‘Golden Arrow’
      • Pimelea ferruginea, pink rice flower
      • Plectranthus argentatus 'Hillhouse'
      • Plectranthus barbatus var. grandis 'White Rhino'
      • Plectranthus 'Blue Yonder'
      • Plectranthus fosteri 'Green on Gold', 'Green on Green'
      • Plectranthus 'Lois Woodhull'
      • Plectranthus oertendahlii 'Uvongo'
      • Plectranthus saccatus 'King Goodwill'
      • Porpyrocoma pohliana, Brazilian fireworks
      • Pulmonaria 'Diana Clare'
      • Rabdosia longituba, trumpet spurflower
      • Ranunculus aconitifolius 'Flore Pleno'
      • Salvia splendens, 'Dancing Flame'
      • Salvias - see my seed wish list
      • Saxifraga hybrid 'Variegata', 'Aureovariegata' - variegated London Pride saxifrage with green/yellow variegation
      • Sedum spurium 'Tricolor'
      • Streptocarpus: S. saxorum alba, 'Sparkle', 'Boysenberry', 'White Butterfly'
      • Symphocarpos 'Amethyst'
      • Symphytum, 'Goldsmith', 'Goldstrum'
      • Syzygium smithii, lilly-pilly tree
      • Tetradenia riparia
      • Thelionema caespitosum, tufted blue lily
      • Trachystemon orientalis
      • Viola, 'Dancing Geisha'