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Many uses for groundcovers (5) - Deciduous shrubs (3579 readers)
Contributed by pph 11.04. 2007 20:47:30 Topic: Plants / Deciduous Shrubs Match on Article's text

Cornus canadensis Cornus canadensis is a creeping species that does not exceed 20 cm. in height. Its leaves display an exceptionally beautiful shape and are bright green in colour. Like almost all members of this genus, the slightly arched veins in its leaves are easily visible. ...

Malus 'Royalty' - crab apple (19895 readers)
Contributed by havlis 02.05. 2008 09:07:43 Topic: Plants / Deciduous Shrubs Match on Article's text

This crab apple is a beautiful small tree with excellent flowering in the spring. The flowers are deep pink to bright purple and are followed by non-edible dark purple small fruits. The leaves are small-ish as opposed to real apple, shiny, deep purple throughout the season. ...

Caladium bicolor 'Florida Cardinal' - Fancy-leafed Caladium (10809 readers)
Contributed by amazon 07.07. 2007 10:58:02 Topic: Plants / Perennials Match on Article's text

Florida Cardinal - this bright beauty is graced with bright burgundy leaves outlined with dark green. Fancy leafed Caladiums are very showy foliage plants with bright red, pink, green and white variegated leaves. Youll enjoy these South American beauties with heart shaped, rainbow colored leaves...prettier than most flowers. ...

Dendrocalamus membranaceus - May Sang Bamboo (9040 readers)
Contributed by amazon 06.08. 2007 09:55:12 Topic: Plants / Grass, Grasses Match on Article's text

A 50 tall clumping bamboo from Burma with straight culms. It develops 4 diameter canes that are bright green with green leaves. Can tolerate some cold to 34 F. It is ideally grown in full sun in warm zones with high humidity. A beautiful lowlands species noted for its very smooth straight erect lower branch-free culms followed by fine light green leaves. Green culms are white powder covered when young giving a misty blue appearance. Its pale golden shoots are purple leaf tipped and blue tinged w ...

Carex morrowii 'Ice Dance' - Ice Dance Sedge (14874 readers)
Contributed by amazon 20.05. 2007 19:04:59 Topic: Plants / Grass, Grasses Match on Article's text

A bright groundcover for a shady spot in your garden. Award-winning Ice Dance has long shiny leaves trimmed in bright white. It spreads slowly make a tidy, non-invasive groundcover and safe habitat for small songbirds and other wildlife. An excellent alternative to ivy and pachysandra. In late summer panicles of green and brown flower spikes appear. Grows 8-12 inches tall. Space 12-18 inches apart. Zones 5-9. Potted plant. Carex morrowii Ice Dance ...

Yucca filamentosa 'Bright Edge' - Bright Edge Adam's Needle (9362 readers)
Contributed by amazon 05.07. 2007 14:41:35 Topic: Plants / Perennials Match on Article's text

An exotic-looking tuft of sword-shaped leaves, striped with yellow centers and green edges. Tall panicles hung with white bell-shaped flowers, sprout high above the plant in summer. ...

Caladium bicolor - Fancy Leafed Caladiums (5508 readers)
Contributed by amazon 11.07. 2007 12:12:00 Topic: Plants / Perennials Match on Article's text

Bright scarlet with green edges. Sun tolerant. Fancy Leafed Caladiums are very showy foliage plants with bright red, pink, green and white variegated leaves. Youll enjoy these South American beauties with heart shaped, rainbow colored leaves...prettier than most flowers. Pot early indoors with a starting temperature of 70° or more, then plant them, pot and all, outdoors in the shade or semi-shade after spring frosts. Or, plant them in shady window boxes where sun loving annuals wont grow. Water ...

Kerria japonica 'Honshu' - Japanese rose (19802 readers)
Contributed by amazon 18.09. 2007 10:55:57 Topic: Plants / Deciduous Shrubs Match on Article's text

Kerria japonica - Japanese Kerria Family: Rosaceae (Ker-ria: named for William Kerr, Kew Gardener and Collector) Kerria japonica is a hardy (Zone 5) deciduous shrub that matures at 3 to 5 feet in height. Its a dense mounded plant with numerous slender, zigzagging branches that emerge at ground level. The beauty of Kerria is found in its flowers, stems and foliage. The bright yellow flowers are noticeably reminiscent of an old fashioned rose with its 5 petals. The flowers clearly make this plant ...

Hosta 'Independence' - Hosta (6006 readers)
Contributed by amazon 24.09. 2007 09:44:46 Topic: Plants / Perennials Match on Article's text

(Plantain lily) Sport of Hosta Revolution. Green foliage with irregular white margins, speckled green. Lavender flowers. Unequaled for their beautiful foliage, low care, and many landscape uses. Hosta provide bright color in the shade with handsome, broad, ribbed foliage in many colors. Very showy from early spring until late fall. Excellent for shade, sun or partial shade....they dont need dividing. Grown even in moist locations. Plant 18-24 apart. They take about 1 year to establish themselves ...

Ficus benjamina 'Starlight' - Weeping Fig (22919 readers)
Contributed by amazon 07.10. 2007 20:11:57 Topic: Plants / Other Match on Article's text

The Starlight Weeping Fig (Ficus benjamina Starlight is a new variegated form of durable green Weeping Fig. Just like its green counterpart, Starlight prefers very bright indirect light. Keep evenly moist, but not wet or dry. Trim as needed. Left alone the Starlight Weeping Fig can reach 6 feet tall. It makes the perfect house plant. ...

Herniaria glabra - Green Carpet (10453 readers)
Contributed by amazon 03.09. 2007 10:24:24 Topic: Plants / Perennials Match on Article's text

This lovely bright green creeper spreads effortlessly in all directions filling up to two feet per plant. A fairly flat plant of about two inches, it has one long tap root (as opposed to many surface roots like a Creeping Thyme) which helps with water conservation. It likes full sun but it can take partial shade. Related to Carnations and Dianthus. Foliage turns red during winter for great winter interest. Tiny white star flowers in summer. Perfect for walkways, rock garden paths or as a lawn su ...

Cotoneaster dammeri 'Skogholm' - Cotoneaster Skogholm (20986 readers)
Contributed by abies 25.10. 2007 11:40:33 Topic: Plants / Evergreen Shrubs Match on Article's text

Evergreen, fast growing first-class ground cover with oval, glossy, bright green narrow leaves and bright red fruit. Excellent for banks, slopes or even a low facer for shrub borders. The late spring flowers are not very showy, but they produce shiny, red fruit. Entirely frost hardy, this cultivar will grow 40-90 cm high and can spread 1m each year. The vertical shoots should be cut off as to maintain a ground cover effect. ...

Sophora japonica - Japanese Pagoda tree (71634 readers)
Contributed by amazon 02.10. 2007 09:28:19 Topic: Plants / Deciduous Trees Match on Article's text

Increasingly used as a bonsai. A tall deciduous tree to 60, hardy to zone 4; leaves ovate to 2 and in 3-8 pairs. Tiered appearance with sturdy branching. Recommended Temperature Zone: USDA: 4-11 Sun Exposure: Full sun to light shade Origin: China and Korea Growth Habits: Deciduous medium to large tree, 40 to 60 feet tall and wide (12-24 m); young branches have olive-green bark; bright to dark green, pinnately compound leaves, 6 to 10 inches long (15-25 cm), 7 to 17 leaflets Watering Needs: Littl ...

Sophora japonica 'Pendula' - Japanese pagoda tree (32024 readers)
Contributed by havlis 27.05. 2008 10:32:32 Topic: Plants / Deciduous Trees Match on Article's text

If you went looking for a tree typical for every city you would find jacarandas in Buenos Aires, London planes in London, and in Prague you would be struck by the beauty of Japanese pagoda trees . Numerous specimens were planted there many years ago. Now they have skyscraping trunks and huge crowns, blooming tremendously from July till August. ...

Pilea cadierei - Aluminum Plant (16993 readers)
Contributed by amazon 11.07. 2007 11:52:28 Topic: Plants / Perennials Match on Article's text

The Aluminium Plant, Pilea cadierei is a native of Vietnam and is grown for its attractive foliage. The dark green leaves have silver markings between the veins. It prefers very bright, but indirect light. Keep evenly moist, not wet or dry. This showy plant prefers temperatures above 60 degrees F. Trim as needed. ...

Acer japonicum 'Meigetsu' - Japanese Maple (11666 readers)
Contributed by amazon 28.11. 2007 10:02:20 Topic: Plants / Bonsais Match on Article's text

Foliage is bright green with some texture. Fall colors are blends of gold and red. A sturdy tree which will take sun, it will grow to 20 feet or more, forming a round-topped canopy with maturity.A great landscape tree for zones 5-9. Grows up to twenty feet in height but is often pruned shorter. Also makes an excellent bonsai specimen. ...

Genista lydia - Woadwaxen (7789 readers)
Contributed by amazon 28.08. 2007 12:07:17 Topic: Plants / Deciduous Shrubs Match on Article's text

Family: Fabaceae; (Genis-ta: ancient Latin name: tinctoria: of dyes); A profusion of bright yellow flowers drape this low arching beauty in May and June. Attractive green stems. Proven to be very hardy by Paul Cappielos research at the University of Maine. Adaptable to poor dry soils. Thrives in heat. ...

Narcissus bulbocodium var. conspicuus 'Golden Bells' - Miniature Daffodil (8906 readers)
Contributed by amazon 11.08. 2007 08:05:37 Topic: Plants / Bulbs Match on Article's text

Commonly known as the Yellow Hoop Petticoat. Up to 15 stems per bulb! Groups of 5 or 10 bulbs form a carpet of dainty, upward facing, bright golden bells. Grass like, dark green foliage. Tolerates warm spring climates and is very hardy. Excellent for rock gardens. ...

Heuchera x villosa 'Citronelle' - Coral Bells (14436 readers)
Contributed by amazon 04.08. 2008 11:24:51 Topic: Plants / Perennials Match on Article's text

Family: Saxifragaceae Origin: Hybrid origin. Bright lime yellow-green foliage. Cream flowers. Exceptionally strong grower for this coloring. Sun to partial shade and well-drained, alkaline, organic soil. Excellent plants for the front of the perennial border or among trees and shrubs. Growing in 4 pot. ...

Viburnum plicatum 'Lanarth' - japanese viburnum (34441 readers)
Contributed by havlis 28.10. 2007 10:21:12 Topic: Plants / Deciduous Shrubs Match on Article's text

This majestic looking viburnum is a breathtaking cultivar, commonly grown in royal gardens of mild climate. The shrub forms its branches in cascade or horizontal levels, they bear bright green drooping leaves and in the spring clusters of hydrangea-like snow-white flowers. This variety looks best on its own, to show its whole glory spreading up to 2,5-3 meters in maturity. ...

Capsicum chinense 'Hot Paper Lantern' - Hot Pepper (13009 readers)
Contributed by amazon 18.09. 2007 11:21:00 Topic: Plants / Other Match on Article's text

Earlier and much more productive in the North than regular habaneros. Magnificent, elongated and wrinkled, lantern-shaped fruits are 3-4 long. Bigger than our regular habaneros, they pack the same mouth-blistering heat. Tall plants put on a colorful display through the summer as the fruits change from bright lime green through shades of orange to scarlet red as they ripen. ...

Polystichum setiferum 'Herrenhausen' - soft shield fern (14257 readers)
Contributed by havlis 27.03. 2008 16:49:16 Topic: Plants / Ferns Match on Article's text

This fern brings softness to your shady garden. The fronds are very decorative, composed of many, tiny leaflets forming a lacy-like, glossy leaves of bright green colour. They are evergreen. Though they are very hardy and can withstand heavy frosts evergreen we suggest cutting off all leaves in spring to encourage new growths. ...

Caladium bicolor 'Aaron' - Fancy Leafed Caladium (13263 readers)
Contributed by amazon 07.07. 2007 11:05:18 Topic: Plants / Perennials Match on Article's text

Frosty white with green edges. Fancy Leafed Caladiums are very showy foliage plants with bright red, pink, green and white variegated leaves. Youll enjoy these South American beauties with heart shaped, rainbow colored leaves...prettier than most flowers. ...

Hosta 'Liberty' - hosta (4936 readers)
Contributed by amazon 25.01. 2008 09:21:09 Topic: Plants / Perennials Match on Article's text

Thick and large, central green leaves with creamy-white margin. . Unequaled for their beautiful foliage, low care, and many landscape uses. Hosta provide bright color in the shade with handsome, broad, ribbed foliage in many colors. Very showy from early spring until late fall. Excellent for shade, sun or partial shade....they dont need dividing. Grown even in moist locations. Plant 18-24 apart. They take about 1 year to establish themselves. ...

Iris 'Firebreather' - Tall Bearded Iris (7060 readers)
Contributed by amazon 30.07. 2007 10:56:12 Topic: Plants / Bulbs Match on Article's text

Nice bright orange flowers. These Iris are outstanding for their unusual color, design and sturdy, vigorous growth habit. They are hardy, disease and drought-resistant plants. Long blooming in the spring and early summer, with handsome green sword like foliage. They enjoy full or part sun and well-drained soil. Plant about 15-18 inches apart. No. 1 rhizomes Hardy in Zone: 4-10 Height: 30-36 Blooms: May-Jun ...

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