It is one of two honeysuckles native to Britain, the other being the Common Honeysuckle ( Lonicera periclymenum ). * Lonicera xylosteum , commonly known as Fly honeysuckle , European Fly Honeysuckle , Dwarf Honeysuckle or Fly Woodbine is a deciduous shrub.
Plant out in late spring or early summer, after the last expected frosts, and give some protection from the cold for at least their first few winters. It is partly below ground. Varieties of the species include the Nevada agave and Kaibab agave.
It grows slowly, requiring about ten years to reach 1.2 metres (4 ft) in height but can grow much faster. Its massive trunk comes from the contribution of clusters of aerial roots that emerge from the bases of lowest branches and grow down to the soil.
* Quercus vacciniifolia (sometimes spelled Q. It is good for preventing erosion, such as on the slopes above Lake Tahoe to slow the erosion that pollutes the lake. * The Quercus vacciniifolia plant is used in restoration, revegetation, and garden landscaping.
* Canavalia pubescens, commonly known as ʻawikiwiki or Lavafield Jack-bean, is a species of flowering plant in the legume family, Fabaceae, that is endemic to Hawaii. It is threatened by habitat destruction, mainly due to introduced grazing mammals.
* Rough gray bark, bright green leaves; native to Monterey County, California * Cupressus goveniana is a species of cypress endemic to coastal California in the United States , where it is found in small, scattered populations, not in large forests.
Their lower limbs often sweep down towards the ground before curving up again. They can grow at severe angles, and Native Americans used to bend saplings over so that they would grow at extreme angles, to serve as trail markers.
* Thin 8" needles; 4" cones; native to Mexico. * It occurs within a rainfalls regime mostly in summer. It has been introduced in New Zealand near sea level and has done well. From 26° to 15° north latitude, from Sinaloa , Mexico to Honduras .
* An evergreen tree with compound leaves to 14", leaflets to 6"; flowers in small pendulous clusters to 8"; native to coastal areas, South Carolina to Florida. * The wood is heavy, strong, close-grained, splits easily.
* The flowers are 2.5–3 cm diameter with five petals, variably red, orange, pink, white, and yellow. * It requires almost no attention and spreads itself very easily. In places with old architecture it can grow between the stones of the road or sidewalk.
It is native to southern Europe ( Sicily ), southwestern Asia ( Lebanon , Syria , Turkey ) and eastern Asia ( China ), with two well-separated populations. * Fontanesia is a genus of flowering plants in the family Oleaceae , usually treated as comprising...
* All parts of the plant have a distinguishing strong odour that is often likened to rotting peanuts or cashews. * A decidious Tree growing to 25m. * The bark is smooth and light grey, often becoming somewhat rougher with light tan fissures as the tree...
* It can be slow to establish but it will hold up to grazing, high saline soils, wet soils and can take some shade. * Palestine Strawberry Clover was developed in Australia and is very tolerant of adverse conditions.
* Native to Japan. This hardy pine species is relatively disease free and tolerates poor soil conditions, making it a good choice for all levels. Needles tend to be quite long but can be reduced with the pruning techniques.
It is native to eastern Asia from the Himalaya east to Japan * Evergreen except in cold climates; delicate compound leaves, reddish when new, later blue-green; attractive white flowers in panicles atop the stems, followed by beautiful bright red berries;...
* As a deciduous tree, it is completely bare of leaves and flowers during the winter months, especially when growing outside of its native South America habitat. * The flowers are creamy-whitish in the center and pink towards the tips of their five petals.
Generally, it grows in regions with a more continental climate than the other two Keteleeria species. Plants require a hot dry site if they are to flourish, with at least 4 months of temperatures above 25°c.
* Flowers to 5 inches, purple, borne in profusion. * A species of flowering plant in the family Fabaceae ,native to South China (which includes Hong Kong ) and southeastern Asia * Common names include Hong Kong Orchid Tree, and Hawaiian orchid tree.
* New Jersey tea is a compact, dense, rounded shrub which typically grows 2-3' tall (less frequently to 4'). Thick, woody, red roots go deep and help plant withstand droughty conditions, but make established shrubs difficult to transplant.
The tree is short-lived in temperate climates, rarely reaching more than 60 years of age, but in its native environment may live to between 100 and 150 year. * The Siberian Elm is usually a small to medium-sized, often bushy, tree growing to 10 - 20 m...
Quantity: 5.64 lb
Crop Year: 2018
Common Name: Siberian Elm, Chinese Elm, Asiatic Elm, Dwarf Elm
A small very light green, stalked axillary bud is associated with each leaf. It is the "official" source of styrax , an herbal medicine known from ancient times. * A deciduous shrub or small tree with 3/4" white drooping flowers in clusters of 3 to 8,...
* Grown for its masses of glorious, delicate, white, slightly fragrant flowers in May; of open, spreading habit; native to the southeastern United States but hardy nearly everywhere; dark green leaf sometimes a golden yellow in fall.
Common Name: White Fringetree, Old Man's Beard, Grancy Grey Beard