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aerial rootlets

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Espaliers
... or creeping fig N-C-S Evergreen Full sun / partial shade Informal Comment: Clings by aerial rootlets; should be used only on masonry walls. Pyrostegia venusta Flame vine C-S Evergreen Full ...
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The Flowering of the Strange Orchid
... upward, at the foot of the strange orchid. The tentacle-like aerial rootlets no longer swayed freely in the air, but were crowded ... the sickly perfume was almost dispelled. Most of the torn aerial rootlets lay already withered amidst a number of dark stains upon ... The doctor stooped towards it, then saw that one of the aerial rootlets still stirred feebly, and hesitated. The next morning the strange ...
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Campsis radicans, trumpetvine
... , trumpet vine, cow-itch vine Synonyms: Tecoma radicans, Bignonia radicans High-climbing woody vine with aerial rootlets. Leaves pinnately compound with 9-11 ovate, pointed leaflets 5-7 cm (2-2.8 ... from a Greek word meaning curved, and refers to the stamens; radicans refers to the aerial rootlets that the plant uses to cling to tree bark. Distribution in Oklahoma: BACK NEXT RETURN ...
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Toxicodendron radicans fact sheet
... becomes densely "hairy" in appearance, covered with aerial roots. Buds are stalked, lack scales, and are pubescent. TOXIC. Bark: Difficult to see through the dense aerial rootlets. TOXIC. Form: May be present as ...
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Glossary
... that support by means of tendrils, by twining around another object, by attaching themselves with aerial rootlets, or merely by sprawling over a more rigid plant. weed To a gardener, any plant ...
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Floridata: Fatshedera (X) lizei
... to 8 or even 10" wide, and the stems, although long and trailing, lack the aerial rootlet "holdfasts." And, fatshedera is more sprawling and vine-like than Fatsia, often growing upward ... an espalier, trained against a wall, or on a lattice. It doesn't have clinging aerial rootlets, so you will have to tie it in place. Grow fatshedera in a planter box ...
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Floridata: Euonymus fortunei
... evergreen, often vinelike, shrub that trails along the ground or climbs by attaching itself with aerial rootlets, like ivy. It can sprawl and scramble 50 ft (15.2 m) or more. As ... or wall. They seem to love to scramble up stone or brick walls. Their ivylike aerial rootlets hold fast to tree trunks without damaging them. Many cultivars can be pruned as hedges ...
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Hydrangea
... to beautify unsightly landscape problems such as rock piles or tree stumps. It climbs via aerial rootlets, bears flattened clusters of white flowers, and blooms in late spring to early summer. Mature ...
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Hydrangea
... plant. It grows by anchoring it's peeling, reddish-brown stems to rough surfaces with aerial rootlets and has reached a height of well over ten feet. I've planted mine a ...
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Tesselaar - Social Climbers
... of Gold. This is a fast growing evergreen vine with a lot of appeal. The aerial rootlets can run up to 61m and are covered in large shiny leathery leaves. The bell ...
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