Extreme Climate Winter Sowing......the HOT zones: 8, 9, and 10 (nati

trudi_dJanuary 1, 2013

Salvia lyrata The list below are plants that have all been found growing and thriving in the wild of the most warmest gardening regions. Many have hybrids that have been bred from them...these hybrids generally will be able to also grow in and thrive in the same sub-tropical environment. Please do research them if you're unsure of their hardiness in your particular zone or region, and as always, with any seeds that you're unsure can be winter sown in your region save some seeds to start indoors.

Good luck to all!



Abronia fragrans - sand verbena

Abronia villosa - desert sand-verbena

Acacia angustissima - whiteball acacia

Acacia constricta - mescat acacia

Acacia farnesiana - sweet acacia

Acacia rigidula - chaparro-prieto

Acer grandidentatum - bigtooth maple

Acer leucoderme - chalk maple

Acer negund o- box elder

Acer pensylvanicum - striped maple

Acer rubrum - red maple

Acer saccharinum - silver maple

Acer saccharun - sugar maple

Achyls triphylla- vanilla leaf

Aconitum columbianum - Columbian monkshood

Actaea pachypoda - white baneberry

Actaea racemosa var. racemosa - black cohosh

Actea rubra - red baneberry

Aesculus californica - California buckeye

Aesculus glabra - Ohio buckeye

Aesculus glabra var. arguta - Texas buckeye

Aesculus parviflora - bottlebrush buckeye

Aesculus pavia var. pavia - red buckeye

Agave lechuguilla - lechuguilla

Agave parryi - century plant

Agave parryi ssp. neomexicana - New mexico agave

Agarista populifolia - Florida hobblebush

Ageratina altissima var. altissima - white snakeroot

Ageratina havanensis - Havana snakeroot

Aletris farinosa - white colic root

Allium canadens - meadow garlic

Allium cernuum - nodding onion

Allium stellatum - prairie onion

Allium tricoccum - wild leek

Allium validum - swamp onion

Aloysia gratissima - whitebrush

Alnus serrulata - brookside elder

Aloysia gratissima - whitebrush

Amblyolepsis setigera - honey daisy

Amelanchier alnifolia - western serviceberry

Amelanchier canadensis - Canadian service-berry

Amianthium muscitoxicum - crow poison

Amorpha fruticosa - false indigo-bush

Ampelopsis arborea - peppervine

Amsonia ciliata - fringed bluestar

Amsonia tabernaemontana - eastern bluestar

Anaphalis margaritacea - pearly-everlasting

Andropogon gerardii - big bluestem

Andropogon glomeratus - bushy bluestem

Andropogen ternarius - split-beard bluestem

Andropogen virginicus - broom sedge

Anemone canadensis - Canada anemone

Anemone caroliniana - Carolina thimbleweed

Anemone cylindrica- long-head thimbleweed

Anemone multifida - Pacific anemone

Anemone quinquefolia - wood anemone

Anemone virginiana - tall thimbleweed

Anemopsis californica - yerba-mansa

Aniscanthus quadrifidus var. wrightii - hummingbird bush

Antennaria ssp...

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