It is usually not found among other hackberries, although when other hackberry species occur in proximity to dwarf hackberry, intermediate forms may occur. It grows in dry upland habitats, including open woodlands, alvars, and sandy near-shore habitats.
* Vaccinium arboreum ( Sparkleberry or Farkleberry ) is a species of Vaccinium native to the southeastern United States , from southern Virginia west to southeastern Missouri , and south to Florida and eastern Texas .
Crop Year: 2017
Germination Test Type: cut
Collection Locale: Rapides and Allen Parishes, Louisiana
* Golden Wax bean produces excellent yields of golden yellow wax beans. Good for any climate. Pods are stringless, straight, and posses a rich buttery flavor. It provides continuous pods throughout the season.
* The fruit is delicious when eaten out of hand, the fruit is also used in pies, preserves etc. * The plant from which cultivated red raspberries were derived. * A herb tea is made from the dried leaves.
Common Name: Red Raspberry, European Raspberry, Framboise
* Actinidia kolomikta is cultivated in cold temperate regions as an ornamental plant, largely for the striking random variegation in pink and white of some its leaves but also because of the relatively small (2-5 g or 0.07- 0.18 ounces) kiwifruit-like...
* Oats are an easily grown crop that succeeds in any moderately fertile soil in full sun. While oats are suitable for human consumption as oatmeal and rolled oats, one of the most common uses is as livestock feed.
Frangula caroliniana ), the Carolina Buckthorn , is an upright shrub or small tree native to the Southeastern United States . * Rhamnus caroliniana ( syn. It is native from New York to Nebraska south to Mexico and Florida.
* A low shrub found on dry slopes and prairies. * 1" flowers in large or small clusters. * The fruit is being investigated as a food that is capable of reducing the incidence of cancer and also as a means of halting or reversing the growth of cancers.
* A flowering, fruit-producing tree, member of the rose family; flowers resemble those of hawthorn, white or light pink; 1 1/2"; 1" fruits, hard and brownish, inedible until aged or frosted, used in jellies; old trees may be thorny; of rounded habit;...
It is also a fairly good source of essential fatty acids, which is fairly unusual for a fruit. * The fruit of many members of this genus is a very rich source of vitamins and minerals, especially in vitamins A, C and E, flavanoids and other bio-active...
* The quince (pronounced /?kw?ns/ ), or Cydonia oblonga , is the sole member of the genus Cydonia and native to warm-temperate southwest Asia in the Caucasus region. In cooler climates such as Britain, however, it remains hard and astringent and needs...
It is dominant in lowland forest and wetlands throughout the North and South Islands. When 12% dry it is slightly lighter in weight than Kauri and white in colour. * Dacrycarpus dacrydioides or kahikatea (from its name in the M?ori language) is a coniferous...
Thimbleberry jam is made by combining equal volumes of berries and sugar and boiling the mixture for two minutes before packing it into jars. Can be grown in a woodland garden though it is less likely to fruit well in such a position.
It is used as an ornamental tree in traditional and wildlife gardens, and for habitat gardens, natural landscaping projects, and climate compatible drought tolerant gardens. It is highly figured with a rich brown color and striking grain patterns, especially...
Minimum Hardiness Zone: 9
Common Name: Hinds Black Walnut, Northern California Walnut, Claro Walnut
* Passiflora edulis is a vine species of passion flower that is native to Paraguay , Brazil and northeastern Argentina ( Corrientes and Misiones provinces). * A vine with 2" white flowers with purple and white filaments, edible 3" purple fruit; cultivated...
The meadow rose occurs as a colony-forming shrub growing to 1 m (3 ft) high, naturally in prairies and meadows. The species name comes from the Latin word blandus, to mean "flattering, caressing, alluring, tempting" referring to the beautiful flowers...
* The flowers are white, 10–15 mm in diameter and grow in axillary clusters. Coffea arabica is believed to be the first species of coffee to be cultivated, being grown in southwest Arabia for well over 1,000 years.
* Prunus tenella Batsch, Dwarf Russian Almond , is a species of deciduous shrubs in the genus Prunus , native to steppes of Eastern Europe and Western Siberia , as well as dry open sites of Caucasus , Western and Central Asia .
* Shrubs to 3 m tall. Compound corymb rather loose, 3–4 cm in diam.; peduncle subglabrous; bracts caducous, lanceolate. Lateral branches short, thornlike; young branchlets rusty pubescent, dark brown and glabrescent when old.
* Rubus odoratus ( Purple-flowering Raspberry , Flowering Raspberry , or Virginia raspberry ) is a species of Rubus , native to eastern North America , from Nova Scotia west to Ontario , and south to Georgia and Alabama .
Common Name: Purple-flowering Raspberry, Purpleflowering Raspberry
* The seed can be eaten raw or roasted and used in breads, cakes, biscuits, sweets etc. The leaves are deciduous , rounded, 6–12 cm long and across, softly hairy on both surfaces, and with a double-serrate margin.
Minimum Hardiness Zone: 5
Common Name: European Filbert, Common Filbert, Common Hazelnut, European Hazelnut
* Native to the lowland, hill, and mountain forests; 300-2000 m. * Its fruit is about 3 centimeters long and has a a soft whitish sour flesh and green to yellow skin. * Choerospondias axillaris , known as Lapsi ("candy tree") in Nepal, is a tree in the...