Trunk to 30 cm d.b.h. or more. Anhui, Guangdong, Guangxi, Guizhou, Henan, Hubei, Hunan, Shaanxi, Sichuan, Yunnan, Zhejiang. Petiole 2-4.5 cm; leaf blade often purplish red when young, greenish when mature, cordate or triangular-orbicular, * Open or dense...
Botanical Name: Cercis glabra
Common Name: Chinese Redbud, Smooth Redbud, Yunnan Redbud
* They are used internally in the treatment of insomnia, irritability, breathlessness and poor memory. * Not recommended to be planted over pools. * The bark is dark greenish grey in colour and striped vertically as it gets older.
* Erect, bushy annual with oval to heart-shaped, toothed, hairy, dark green leaves 2 1/2" long. Flowers are pollinated by hummingbirds and butterflies. * The plant reaches 2 to 4 ft (0.61 to 1.2 m) in height, with many branches, and a spread of about...
* Dark green shiny leaves, yellow, bronzy, and red in fall; 1/3" bright red fruit, good bird food; large shrub, can be trained as a small tree; susceptible to fireblight; native to Japan, Korea, China.
* White or rosy-lilac flowers in 3-7" clusters, often several to each branch tip, in May; flower fragrance, not intense, resembles privet; very hardy; forms a dense, arching shrub with substantial branches; does well in the U.S. Midwest; native to China.
It is resistant to drought and moderate cold. Outside of private gardens around the world, it is often planted along urban streets in subtropical areas such as in South Africa, Australia, northern New Zealand and the southern USA.
They are used like broccoli. They taste somewhat like peas. * Asclepias syriaca , commonly called Common Milkweed , Butterfly flower , Silkweed , Silky Swallow-wort , Virginia Silkweed , is a herbaceous plant species.
* Lonicera xylosteum , commonly known as Fly honeysuckle , European Fly Honeysuckle , Dwarf Honeysuckle or Fly Woodbine is a deciduous shrub. It is one of two honeysuckles native to Britain, the other being the Common Honeysuckle ( Lonicera periclymenum...
Prefers a calcareous soil but tolerates mildly acid soils. * An annual with white, lilac, pink, maroon, and carmine flowers; easy from seed, they start flowering 6 weeks after sowing and continue until frost; native to Europe.
* The yellow rays are strongly downturned and the disk is dark brown. * Echinacea paradoxa ( Bush's purple coneflower , Yellow Coneflower ) is a perennial species of flowering plant in the genus Echinacea .
* Syringa josikaea ( Hungarian Lilac ) is a species of Lilac , native to central and eastern Europe , in the Carpathian Mountains in Hungary , Romania , and western Ukraine . * A good hedging plant, it is very tolerant of trimming.
* Primula denticulata , commonly known as Drumstick primrose or the Himalayan Primrose is a species of primrose that is native to moist alpine regions and Afghanistan to China . However it is commonly cultivated in gardens away from its native range.
Quantity: 0.00442 lb
Common Name: Drumstick Primrose, Drumstick Primula
* No serious insect or disease problems. * It was named in honor of the German naturalist Traugott Gerber, a friend of Carolus Linnaeus. * Grow in average to organically rich, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun.
Collection Locale: Netherlands
Quantity: 0.92 lb
Height: 10-18 inches
Seeds Per Pound: 145,280
Common Name: Transvaal Daisy, Barberton Daisy, Gerber Daisy
* Annual Honesty ( Lunaria annua ) is a tall (height about 1 m), hairy-stemmed biennial plant native to the Balkans and south west Asia, and naturalized throughout Europe , North America , and parts of Asia .
* Helenium autumnale is a flowering plant native to North America. * Bright flowers of daisyish form, yellow ray petals and yellow-brown centers, from July to October; forms large clumps; parent of many hybrids; native to swamps and wet fields over much...
Older leaves are used as a flavouring in cooked foods. The tea should be infused in a closed container in order to preserve the essential oils, boiling is said to spoil it. This type of mint has a square stem with flowers that are 1/4 to 1/2 inch long...
Specific epithet honors Max Loebner, a German horticulturist, who made the first cross of this hybrid in the early 1900s. Best sited in a protected location, because early spring frosts can damage flowers.