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Acmella oleracea

 





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Acmella oleracea 'Peek-a-boo'

Ball Seed Co. Bedding Plants


Park Seed Bulbs


Arne Herbs Herbs, some very rare. North American, Mediterranean & UK wild flowers. Also plants for reseach, conservation projects & historical recreations.


Bluebird Nursery, Inc. Grasses-Ornamental


Cooling's Nurseries Ltd Large range of perennials, conifers & bedding plants. Many unusual shrubs & trees. Third generation family business. Display garden.


Crimson Sage Nursery Herbs


GeoSeed Inc Seeds-Garden


Gloeckner, Fred C., & Company, Inc. Bedding Plants


Grimes Horticulture, Inc. Bedding Plants


Horizon Herbs, LLC Herbs


Ivy Garth Seeds & Plants, Inc. Bedding Plants


Johnny's Selected Seeds Herbs


Old Hall Plants A variety of rare herbs, house plants, Plectranthus & Streptocarpus. Some plants available in small quantities.


Park Seed Bulbs


Sand Hill Preservation Center Seeds-Garden


Seeds of Change Herbs


Swift Greenhouses Inc. Perennials


Thyme Garden Herbs


Underwood Gardens/Terrior Seeds, LLC Fruit-Trees


Nature Hills Nursery (1 product)

The Spilanthes Peek a Boo, 'Acmella oleracea' is a truly unique novelty flower and a really fun plant. Astonishing golden balls with rich burgundy eyes sit a top mounds of bronze-green foilage. Also called the Eyeball Plant for obvious reasons. Easy