10 organic sage rose seeds for your garden! These are fresh seeds of a yellow colored flower, ‘Sage Rose’ or Turnera Ulmifolia grown organically in my garden.
Common names: Sage Rose, Turnera Ulmifolia, Yellow Alder, Ramgoat Dashalong, Yellow Buttercup
Classification: Perennial, dense, compact shrub to 1 meter
Family: Passifloraceae (Passion Flower family)
Plant Habit: Bush, Erect
Watering: Normal, drought-tolerant
Climate: Dry, Temperate, Tropical
Soil Type: well-draining, fertile soil
Sunlight: Full Sun, Partial Shade
Conditions Required: Warm sunny
Blooms: Year-round, flowers in flushes throughout the year.
All the seeds I sell are from my own garden. I always make sure to send fresh seeds so the germination rate should be higher. However, there is no guarantee if the seeds don’t germinate due to some reason. Please check the plant requirements, the growing season and other details about this plant when you buy the seeds.
Native to the West Indies and Mexico, Yellow Alder is a perennial, dense, compact shrub that reaches 2½ feet in height. Dark green leaves are clustered toward the tips of the branches, lanceolate to oblong-lanceolate or narrowly elliptic, 4-13 X 2-3 cm, margins doubly serrate.
Flowers are bright yellow buttercups, which look great against the dark-green foliage. The blowers might be slightly brownish towards the center. It can become tall and leggy if not pruned.
In the landscape it performs well in mass plantings, as a border or as a ground cover. It also works well in butterfly gardens to attract bees and butterflies. Yellow alder is propagated by seed, cuttings or division.
Soak seeds 3-4 hours prior to sowing. Sow seed on good seed starting mix, covering seeds with mix. Seeds should begin germinating in 14-30 days. Alternatively, direct sow seeds in early spring.