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Winter-Flowering Shrubs (7183 readers)
Contributed by amazon 12.04. 2007 10:26:46 Topic: Other / Books

Gardeners, plant collectors, horticulturists, and landscape designers will find a valuable resource in this carefully selected plant directory of best performing winter-flowering shrubs. Readers will find daphnes, viburnums, witch hazels, and camellias to suit every taste and garden situation, as well as information about how to help their choice winter-flowering shrubs flourish from November to March. ...

Flowering Plant Families of the World (4996 readers)
Contributed by amazon 20.04. 2007 08:45:27 Topic: Other / Books Match on Title and Article's text

This definitive book, now completely updated, will remain a key reference for gardeners, botanists and plant professionals worldwide. ...

Geranium 'Blue Blood' - Hardy Geranium (9825 readers)
Contributed by amazon 27.03. 2008 17:28:14 Topic: Plants / Perennials Match on Title and Article's text

Origin: Hybrid origin. Large, dark purple-blue flowers accentuated with even darker veining create a sea of color over a bushy plant. Foliage turns red in the fall. The darkest large-flowering geranium. ...

Dicentra 'Ivory Hearts' - Dwarf Bleeding Heart (24016 readers)
Contributed by amazon 16.09. 2008 09:07:32 Topic: Plants / Perennials Match on Title and Article's text

Ivory Hearts Bleeding Heart - Dicentra Ivory Hearts Family: Fumariaceae Origin: Hybrid origin. An exceptionally long-blooming hybrid with bunches of nallow, white, heart-shaped flowers over robust, finely-cut blue-green foliage. ...

Euphorbia polychroma 'Lacey' - Cushion Spurge (8845 readers)
Contributed by amazon 18.10. 2007 09:31:10 Topic: Plants / Perennials Match on Title and Article's text

Lacey Flowering Spurge - Euphorbia polychroma Lacey Family: Euphorbiaceae Plant in a sunny place with well-drained poor to medium fertile soil. Use in border and rock gardens. Good ground cover. Random white and green variegation throughout the foliage. Yellow bracts from May to June. ...

Tropical Flowering Plants (6084 readers)
Contributed by amazon 13.04. 2007 08:58:11 Topic: Other / Books Match on Title and Article's text

A Guide to Identification and Cultivation | This book bridges a long-standing gap between obscure references in tropical botany and the gardeners need for an accurate, practical guide with clear photographs. Incorporating the latest advances in plant taxonomy from the definitive text of Dr. Walter Judd, the book is a rare work of scrupulous research — and magnificent photography — that will be as useful to the gardener as it is to the botanist. Kirsten Llamas exhaustively documents more than 140 ...

Bletilla striata - hyacinth orchid (40511 readers)
Contributed by havlis 22.03. 2008 17:01:10 Topic: Plants / Perennials Match on Title and Article's text

How about a garden orchid? If you like unusual plants look at this princess from China. It is a hardy plant that can be planted outdoors down to USDA zone 5. Typically orchid-like flowers are magenta or lavender pink, 4-5 cm wide, borne at tips of 15-25 cm long stems. There can be 6-12 flowers on each stem. It starts flowering in June and continues for about a month. ...

Ochna serrulata - Mickey Mouse Plant (12324 readers)
Contributed by amazon 04.12. 2007 11:46:12 Topic: Plants / Tropical and Subtropical Plants Match on Title and Article's text

The Mickey Mouse Plant, Ochna serrulata , is a well known garden shrub that grows to about 9 feet high. Originally a native of southern Africa, Ochna has small, single yellow flowers that bloom in late spring to summer. A useful garden plant, in cooler regions it can also be grown as a patio plant, outside during the summer and indoors during the winter. ...

DVD Encyclopedia of Roses (3786 readers)
Contributed by amazon 30.06. 2007 10:52:43 Topic: Other / Software, DVD Match on Title and Article's text

In this fact-filled DVD, hosts Peter Seabrook and Anne Swithinbank show how you can produce more roses and better plants than ever before! You will learn to plant bare root and container grown bushes for long-term flowering, the right timing and correct techniques for pruning, the importance of fertilizers for plant growth and flowering, how to select and use products for pest and disease control, why summer deadheading is more than just the removal of faded flowers, and much more! Author, journ ...

Many uses for groundcovers (4) - Deciduous perennials (17932 readers)
Contributed by pph 11.04. 2007 20:38:55 Topic: Plants / Perennials Match on Title and Article's text

Epimedium, Geranium macrorrhizum, Clematis heracleifolia ‘Côte d’Azur’, Anemone nemorosa Epimedium Epimedium produces flowers as early as April and May but its attractive foliage also provides visual interest during the rest of the growing season. Epimedium produces delicate graceful flowers and leathery leaves. In the wild, Epimedium grows in deciduous forests and thus prefers a location in light shade with somewhat moist soil. ...

Wisteria floribunda 'Violacea Plena' - Japanese wisteria (17785 readers)
Contributed by havlis 17.05. 2008 13:38:35 Topic: Plants / Climber Plants Match on Title and Article's text

Vioalcea Plena is a magnificent variety of Japanese wisteria. This climber bears 30-40 cm long racemes of double, deep violet, scented flowers that make this plant a fantastic show-stopper when in full bloom. In English-speaking countries it is often sold under another name: Black Dragon (and Yea Koku Riu in Japan). It is a late flowering cultivar that flowers along with leaves which is May to early June. It may take 3-5 years to start flowering. Being late in flowering it escapes late frosts. E ...

Wisteria floribunda 'Violacea Plena' - Japanese wisteria (17671 readers)
Contributed by havlis 27.05. 2008 10:19:45 Topic: Plants / Climber Plants Match on Title and Article's text

Vioalcea Plena is a magnificent variety of Japanese wisteria. This climber bears 30-40 cm long racemes of double, deep violet, scented flowers that make this plant a fantastic show-stopper when in full bloom. In English-speaking countries it is often sold under another name: Black Dragon (and Yea Koku Riu in Japan). ...

Gillenia trifoliata - Indian Physic (13847 readers)
Contributed by amazon 16.09. 2008 08:34:54 Topic: Plants / Perennials Match on Title and Article's text

Indain Physics ( Gillenia trifoliata ) Airy, bush forming plant with green lanceolate foliage. A great plant for the landsaping if multiple plants are used. Gillenia perfroms best in partial shade of rull sun in a moist well drained soil. ...

Fritillaria michailovskyi - Fritillary (12298 readers)
Contributed by amazon 28.11. 2007 10:23:53 Topic: Plants / Bulbs Match on Title and Article's text

Michaels Flower - Fritillaria michailovskyi | This species with its stunning color combination comes from Northeastern Turkey. Plant in well-drained, alkaline, deep, sandy loam amended with organic matter in full sun to light shade. For best effect, plant in clusters of 7 or 9 plants. Mulch lightly in late fall. Fertilize when new growth appears in the spring. Grows 4-8 tall. Flowers mid to late spring. Hardy in Zones 4-8. ...

Dicentra spectabilis 'Goldheart' - Bleeding Heart (12423 readers)
Contributed by amazon 16.05. 2007 09:41:25 Topic: Plants / Perennials Match on Title and Article's text

GoldHeart Bleeding Heart - Dicentra spectabilis Goldheart Family: Fumariaceae Origin: Hybrid origin. A magnificent specimen with golden, iridescent leaves. This stunning plant is topped in the spring with rose-pink flowing flowers. Looks great with hosta. ...

Scadoxus multiflorus - African Blood Lily (7725 readers)
Contributed by amazon 22.06. 2007 11:08:28 Topic: Plants / Bulbs Match on Title and Article's text

Very unique and plant originating from India. Large ball shaped red flowers on strong stems with clusters of thick, fleshy leaves. Ideal as a container plant, kept in sun or partial shade, and treated the same as an Amaryllis. Thrives in moist areas such as ponds. Not cold hardy. Hardy in Zone: 9 & 10. Height: 10-1 ...

Rosa 'Dark Red' - rose (157458 readers)
Contributed by havlis 04.08. 2008 11:52:05 Topic: Plants / Roses Match on Title and Article's text

Dark Red is a patio / polyantha rose (the botanists are in disagreement as far as naming the groups). It has double flowers of velvet-like deep red colour. These roses are low maintenance but still breathtaking, low, cluster-flowered shrubs. They bloom from end spring in several phases until the frosts. In mild winters they can have buds and occasional flowers yet in December. ...

Bergenia 'Magic Giant' - Bergenia (11375 readers)
Contributed by amazon 18.11. 2007 12:15:54 Topic: Plants / Perennials Match on Title and Article's text

Plant in partial shade and well-drained, moisture retentive soil. for best, bold effect in the border, plant in masses. Magic Giant has huge, giant leaves which turn purple-bronze in the winter. rosy-pink flowers on red stems. ...

Hibiscus moscheutos 'Scarlet' - swamp mallow (15084 readers)
Contributed by havlis 27.03. 2008 16:54:33 Topic: Plants / Deciduous Shrubs Match on Title and Article's text

Swamp mallow has been a sought after plant over the past couple of years and its popularity is rising as new varieties keep coming in the market. Scarlet is a Czech selection with deep red flowers of enormous size: 20-23 cm wide. Fat buds are deep red, too. Deadheading spent flowers will encourage setting new flower buds. ...

Dream Plants for the Natural Garden (4853 readers)
Contributed by amazon 08.04. 2007 09:46:41 Topic: Other / Books Match on Title and Article's text

Timber Press has previously published two critically acclaimed and bestselling books by Piet Oudolf, the influential Dutch landscape designer: Gardening with Grasses (with Michael King) and Designing with Plants (with Noël Kingsbury). This new collaboration with fellow Dutch plantsman Henk Gerritsen deals with a selection of some 1200 plants most suitable for Oudolfs New Wave naturalism, which emphasizes the importance of plant structures in providing all-season interest. ...

Magnolia x soulangiana ‘Alexandrina’ - Saucer magnolia (17130 readers)
Contributed by amazon 16.05. 2007 08:52:23 Topic: Plants / Deciduous Shrubs Match on Title and Article's text

Spectacular large shrub or small tree valued for its beautiful large tulip-shaped blooms, purplish-pink with white interior in late winter into early spring. Great garden specimen; use it to anchor shrub beds. Deciduous. Full sun. Moderate grower to 20 to 25 feet tall and wide, smaller as a shrub. ...

Great Flowering Landscape Shrubs (3988 readers)
Contributed by amazon 14.05. 2007 09:30:24 Topic: Other / Books Match on Title and Article's text

Their Identification, Ornamental Characteristics, Culture, Propagation and Uses | With stunning color photos throughout, this gardening guide describes more than 50 types of the best flowering shrubs and details their use in home landscaping. Shrubs are arranged by genus, separated into deciduous flowering and notable evergreen shrubs, and listed with the common name; size and shape; foliage color, shape, and texture; flower and fruit (if any); soil, nutrient, and light needs; pruning needs for ...

Aconitum napellus - monkshood (46880 readers)
Contributed by havlis 07.06. 2008 06:23:34 Topic: Plants / Perennials Match on Title and Article's text

Monkshood is a showy perennial flowering in summer. The flowers are indigo blue, formed in erect racemes on stems that can be 1.5 tall. Individual flowers open up from July and continue as the stems grow taller until end August. Leaves are deeply lobed, almost dissected, mid green, very ornamental. A favourite cut flower. ...

Hibiscus moscheutos 'Mauvelous'® - swamp mallow (13594 readers)
Contributed by havlis 05.03. 2008 13:01:19 Topic: Plants / Perennials Match on Title and Article's text

Swamp mallow has been a sought after plant over the past couple of years and its popularity is rising as new varieties keep coming in the market. Variety name Mauvelous is a play on words, combining mauve and marvellous, both of which are true as descriptions of its flowers. They are mauve to lilac-pink with a small, deep purple eye in the centre, and incredibly large: upto 24 cm on diameter. Fat buds are deep pink or purple. Deadheading spent flowers will encourage setting new flower buds. ...

Rhododendron 'Brasilia' INKARHO® - rhododendron (16502 readers)
Contributed by havlis 12.03. 2008 13:16:58 Topic: Plants / Evergreen Shrubs Match on Title and Article's text

Brasilia is another sensational variety which has the long-desired orange shade in the flower colour. The flowers are a combination of salmon pink and light orange, with slightly frilled margins. The overall colour appearance is a nice and warm shade of orangey-pink. ...

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