Only one cutting, however, can be obtained, as it does not shoot again after being mown. It is found to succeed better when only the surface of the soil is stirred by the scarifier and harrow than when a plowing is given.
* A good hedging plant, it is very tolerant of trimming. * 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 .
Canola (Brassica napus): Cool season, broadleaf, upright and spreading growth habit Uses: Chicken Forage, Deer Attractant, Forage Ready to pasture 6-8 weeks after sowing. A cabbage related plant that is a perfect grazer! Dwarf Essex Rape is a perfect...
It also contain the iridoid glycosides aucubin and catalpol. * Ribwort plantain is a safe and effective treatment for bleeding, it quickly staunches blood flow and encourages the repair of damaged tissue.
It is used in a number of proprietary medicines for treating skin, circulatory and kidney disorders. * Use Ornamental: Showy, Ground cover Conspicuous Flowers: yes Attracts: Butterflies Larval Host: Pipevine swallowtail butterfly.
They are also used to give colour and flavour to glutinous-rice dumplings (Mochi). * The leaves can be eaten raw or cooked. This species is also occasionally known as Felon Herb , Chrysanthemum Weed , Wild Wormwood , Old uncle Henry , Sailor's Tobacco...
Common Name: Mugwort, Common Wormwood, Felon Herb, Chrysanthemum Weed, Wild Wormwood, St. John's Plant
The basal leaves are long and slender or very narrowly lanceolate. * The yellow rays are strongly downturned and the disk is dark brown. Echinacea paradoxa is native to Missouri , Arkansas , Oklahoma , and Texas , and is listed as threatened in Arkansas.
Blooms late summer to early fall. * The flowers are often used for dried flower displays. It is native to Europe and western Asia . * Unusual perennials with 2" spherical blue flowers in mid to late summer; the plant itself is rather rough and thistly...
It is also known as yerba santa, mountain balm, consumptive's weed and bear weed. * The shrub is known to be an occasional source of nutrition for wildlife and livestock. * Eriodictyon californicum is a species of plant within the Boraginaceae family.
The panicles often hang limply, which is how the plant got its common name; the clusters look as though they are nodding. * A large multistemmed shrub with narrowly conical, sometimes pendulous clusters of purple-pink flowers, pink with white inside as...
Has greenish white to creamy tan bark. It grows in any soil, often very quickly and is short-lived and subject to diseases. The tree is an important source of pulpwood and a breeze moving through a stand of aspen, ruffling every leaf as it passes, is...
* Habit and Form an deciduous shrub dense, rounded habit ascending branches, erect 6' to 10' tall 4' to 10' wide medium texture moderate growth rate * White or rosy-lilac flowers in 3-7" clusters, often several to each branch tip, in May; flower fragrance,...
* The seed can be sprouted and added to salads. Typically the first year of growth produces a mound of foliage and flowering occurs the second year, plants are normally biennials but a number of races can be short lived perennials .
* The inner bark has been chewed in the treatment of toothaches. * Buttonbush is a handsome ornamental suited to wet soils and is also a honey plant. Ducks and other water birds and shorebirds consume the seeds.
Crop Year: 2017
Botanical Name: Cephalanthus occidentalis
Height: 6-30 feet
Common Name: Buttonbush, Common Buttonbush, Button-willow, Honey-bells
They taste somewhat like peas. * The sprouted seeds can be eaten. * Asclepias syriaca , commonly called Common Milkweed , Butterfly flower , Silkweed , Silky Swallow-wort , Virginia Silkweed , is a herbaceous plant species.
* The wood is valuable, similar to that of other white oaks, and used for the same purposes. It is native to lowland wetlands in the southeastern United States , from Delaware and southern Illinois south to northern Florida and southeast Texas .
* A pleasant tasting tea is made from the leaves and flower heads. * It inhabits prairies , plains, roadsides, and disturbed areas from southern Canada through most of the United States to northern Mexico .
Ideally suited for grazing and it is common to obtain 4-6 tons of dry matter per acre of this high-energy feed. Turnips have a high leaf to stem ratio and and provide very high concentrations of protein, sugar content and leaf yields.
* Fawn Tall Fescue handles traffic well. * Works well as a cover crop mixed with legumes that can fix nitrogen. It is a deep rooted bunchgrass and will bring soil nutirtnts from the depths to the surface.