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Thalictrum delavayi 'Hewitt's Double' - Yunnan Meadow Rue (10108 readers)
Contributed by amazon 16.09. 2007 05:04:07 Topic: Plants / Perennials

Long-lasting double pinkish lavender flowers Sun to partial shade in rich, moist, well-drained soil. Does not like excessively hot summers. Excellent plant for the perennial border or woodland gardens. Cut flowers similar to Gypsophila. Growing in a 4 pot. ...

Lewisia longipetala 'Little Plum' - Lewisia (9773 readers)
Contributed by amazon 02.11. 2007 13:40:49 Topic: Plants / Perennials

Pinkish-red, striped flowers in late May. Flowers are large for a Lewisia, up to 1 in diameter. Many flowers per plant. Very showy when in bloom. This particular variety is reputed to be hardier than many other Lewisia and we have found this to be the case. They appear to do best if given some shade from afternoon sun during our zone 3 winters. Flower stems up to about 6 tall, about 6 in width. ...

Weigela florida 'Victoria' - weigela (120372 readers)
Contributed by havlis 27.05. 2008 10:42:28 Topic: Plants / Deciduous Shrubs

Weigelas are valuable garden shrubs that grow freely in almost any soil and require little maintenance. They are deciduous shrubs growing 1.5 – 2.0 tall and just a bit less wide. Leaves are ovate to oval. Bell or funnel shaped flowers come in many colours and appear at the end of spring / beginning of summer and sporadically towards the end of summer. ...

Colchicum 'The Giant' - False Autumn Crocus (8343 readers)
Contributed by amazon 02.08. 2007 10:14:31 Topic: Plants / Bulbs

Very large pinkish lavender flowers, which are white at the x! . Like all Colchicums, The Giant is deer proof! Fall blooming colchicum are wonderful additions to autumn gardens. Blooms form chalice-shaped cups. Leaves turn golden yellow as they mature, blending with foliage. Bulbs will flower on you window sill even if not planted. Squirrel resistant ...

Ribes sanguineum 'King Edward VII' - flowering curran (19987 readers)
Contributed by havlis 17.05. 2008 13:26:34 Topic: Plants / Deciduous Shrubs

Flowering currant is one of the most beautiful and easy-to-grow plants with early spring flowering. The flowers are formed in short, pending racemes. Their colour is bright pinkish-red and they come out gradually for about 3 weeks as the racemes grow. Deciduous leaves are palmate, lobed, mid green and turn yellow, orange and pink in autumn. Fruits are small berries that are edible but not very tasteful. ...

Pleiospilos bolusii - Living Rock Cactus (14555 readers)
Contributed by amazon 14.01. 2008 12:00:25 Topic: Plants / Sukulents, Cactuses

The genus Pleiospilos is comprised of four species and four subspecies. The genus name is derived from the greek words pleios (full) and spilos (dots), which refers to the many dots on the plants. The plants are also known as kwaggavy (Quagga mesemb), lewerplant (liver plant), lewervygie (liver mesemb), klipplant (stone plant) and split rock. ...

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Harlequin' - Bigleaf Hydrangea (7663 readers)
Contributed by amazon 12.09. 2007 10:54:46 Topic: Plants / Deciduous Shrubs

Harlequin Bigleaf Hydrangea - Hydrangea macrophylla Harlequin ; Family: Hydrangaceae ; (Hydran-gea: Greek for water-vessel, from shape of capsules) ; Hydrangea is a fascinating genus of plants with remarkable diversity. It includes vines, shrubs, trees and semi-herbaceous plants, many with outstanding ornamental features. ...

Acanthus mollis - bear´s breeches (25482 readers)
Contributed by havlis 22.03. 2008 16:32:47 Topic: Plants / Perennials Match on Article's text

Bear’s breeches is a unique perennial with large, architectural leaves. They are deep green and extremely glossy. Strong plants make long, erect stems with pinkish flowers at the end of summer. It is evergreen in milder parts of Europe. ...

Amaranthus caudatus - Love-Lies-Bleeding (25720 readers)
Contributed by amazon 14.11. 2007 12:31:15 Topic: Plants / Annuals Match on Article's text

Called Flower Gentle by Culpepper, this tall plant produces pinkish-red, draping plumes with distinctly beautiful, opalescent, tiny seed that is both ornamental and edible. Can be used as both a cut or dried flower. Sow directly, 8-10 seeds per foot when soil is warm and danger of frost has passed. For an earlier crop, can be planted in flats and transplanted at 4-8 inches tall when danger of frost has passed. For cut flowers, pick at peak of bloom. Leave heads on plants until they drop a few se ...

Hibiscus syriacus 'Lady Stanley' - Rose of Sharon (266468 readers)
Contributed by havlis 19.02. 2008 08:36:50 Topic: Plants / Deciduous Shrubs Match on Article's text

Rose-of-Sharon deserves more attention for its abundant flowering in summer. These maintenance-free shrubs come from eastern Asia and are the inevitable ingredient of every summer garden which they highlight with a wide range of coloured flowers. There has been a number of cultivars available since its discovery. They have various bloom colours, shapes and sizes, as well as varigated leaves. ...

Mespilus germanica - common medlar (12721 readers)
Contributed by abies 06.09. 2011 11:22:52 Topic: Plants / Fruit woods Match on Article's text

The Common Medlar is a large shrub or small tree. In Middle Europe it grows up to 3 m tall. It has luxuriant dark green foliage, elliptic, 8–15 cm long and 3–4 cm wide. The leaves turn a spectacular red in autumn before falling. The five-petalled white or pinkish flowers are produced in from May to June. ...

Passiflora quadrangularis - Giant Granadilla (8662 readers)
Contributed by amazon 02.08. 2007 10:18:45 Topic: Plants / Climber Plants Match on Article's text

The largest fruit in its genus, the giant granadilla, Passiflora quadrangularis L. (syn. P. macrocarpa M.T. Mast.), is often called merely grenadilla, or parcha. The vine is fast-growing, large, coarse, herbaceous but woody at the x, arising from a fleshy root that becomes enlarged with age, and climbing trees to a height of 33 to 50 ft (10-15 m) or even 150 ft (45 m) in Java. It has thick 4-angled stems prominently winged on the angles. The solitary, fragrant flowers, up to 4 3/4 or 5 in (12-12 ...

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