However, it is still the most widely used name for this species. It grows on wet sites on the coastal plain at altitudes from sea level up to 50 m, more rarely in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains up to 460 m altitude.
* Grow in moist to wet soils in full sun to part shade. * It is native to eastern and central North America, and there are occurrences in the western United States, some of which may represent introductions.
It requires a deep rich soil with plenty of moisture. * The Globe-flower ( Trollius europaeus ) is a perennial plant of the family Ranunculaceae . Hardy to at least -20°c. Likes shadebut it succeeds in sun or partial shade.
* Like other members of the genus Sarracenia, the Sweet pitcher plant traps insects using a rolled leaf, which in this species is generally smaller and narrower than most species, usually not exceeding 65 cm.
It produces a spike of zygomorphic flowers in the late summer. * The Great Blue Lobelia ( Lobelia siphilitica ) is a species within the Campanulaceae family. Growing up to a meter tall, it lives in zones 4 to 9 in moist to wet soils.
Common Name: White Lobelia, Great White Blue Lobelia, White Cardinal Flower
Like all the Sarraceniaceae, it is native to the New World . Plants are not hardy in Britain, requiring a minimum temperature of 5°c. Plants require continuously moist conditions in a loose compost of sphagnum peat, live sphagnum and coarse acid sand.
* Dark green or gray-green needles, to 4"; of narrow pyramidal or columnar habit; slow growing, wants full sun, good drainage, moist soil; an attractive tree; native to the Balkans * Like other European and Asian white pines, Macedonian pine is very resistant...
It was previously considered a subspecies of the redbay P. * Persea palustris , commonly known as the swampbay , is a tree native to eastern North America, from Texas eastwards to Florida and then extending north to Delaware, mostly on the Gulf Coastal...
* Betula pubescens ( Downy Birch ; also known as White Birch , European White Birch or Hairy Birch ) is a species of birch , native and abundant throughout northern Europe , Iceland , northern Asia and also Greenland .
It is not known to occur east of the Cascade and Sierra Nevada mountain ranges. * Rhododendron occidentale ( Western Azalea ) is one of two deciduous Rhododendron species native to western North America (the other is Rhododendron albiflorum ).
* Alnus viridis subsp. * It is sometimes used for afforestation on infertile soils which it enriches by means of its nitrogen-fixing nodules, while not growing large enough to compete with the intended timber crop.
* Greek Fir is native to the mountains of Greece, primarily in the Peloponnesos and the island of Kefallonia, * It is grown as an ornamental tree in parks and large gardens. * Greek Fir was important in the past for wood for general construction.
The speed with which traps close can be used as an indicator of a plant's general health. * The trapping mechanism is so specialized that it can distinguish between living prey and non-prey stimuli such as falling raindrops; two trigger hairs must be...
Tolerates the high pH of chalk streams. * Taxodium distichum ( Baldcypress , Bald Cypress , or Swamp Cypress ) is a species of conifer native to the southeastern United States . Established plants succeed in standing water up to 60cm deep - in such a...
The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Bees, flies. * Clematis serratifolia is a deciduous Climber growing to 3 m (9ft 10in). It is in flower from Aug to October, and the seeds ripen from Oct to November.
* Deeply lobed glossy green leaves (2-3' long) form an ornamental mound which usually remains attractive throughout the growing season. This plant is also cultivated in many European and American gardens.
A mild flavour,though the texture is a bit tough. Acaulis (L.) Hill) is a species of Primula native to western and southern Europe (from the Faroe Islands and Norway south to Portugal , and east to Germany, Ukraine , the Crimea , and the Balkans ), northwest...
* Features a mound of narrow, medium green leaves edged with pure white, with racemes of orchid-like, purple striped flowers on 18" scapes. All leaves will be solid green. * Seedlings from variegated Hosta varieties will not show the variegation.
It is native to North America, including most of Canada and the United States and part of Mexico, and it is known in Europe and New Zealand as an introduced species . Vulpinoidea grows well in damp to very wet soils in full sun to partial shade.