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White flowers and plants for a Moonlight Garden in AZ - Arizona Gardening
... mallee" Eucalyptus papuana (aparrerinja) "Ghost gum" Accent plants for lighting and shadow effects Cereus peruvianus (and v. Monstrosus) Cleistocactus spp. Dasylirion wheeleri "Desert spoon" Nolina microcarpa "Beargrass" Oreocereus spp. "Old man of the Andes" Pedilanthus macrocarpus "Slipper plant" Yucca elata "Soaptree yucca" Yucca rigida "Blue yucca" White/pale blue flowered annuals Antirrhinum ...
Flower Terminology (Part 3)
... J. lesueurii and J. textilis). Sometimes the rush culms were dyed to produce various color patterns. Other plants were also used for basketry in the American southwest, including willow (Salix), beargrass (Nolina microcarpa), yucca (Yucca elata) and devil's claws (Proboscidea parviflora). A Native American basket from the Kumeyaay of San Diego County, California. The secondary coils are made from ...
... Narrow strips of yucca leaves are tightly wound around slender, fibrous bundles of beargrass leaves (often from Nolina microcarpa) producing the unique coils of the baskets. If you look closely between ... strips of stems from cattail (Typha), tule (Scirpus) or willow were used in place of beargrass leaves. In his fascinating book entitled The Basket Weavers of Arizona (1954), Bert Robinson describes ...
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CalFlora Common Name Index D
... Groundsmoke deerweed desert panicgrass Douglas' baccharis dwarf hawksbeard Deflated Desert Trumpet desert peach Douglas' blue-eyed grass dwarf heart-leaved arnica Dehesa beargrass desert penstemon Douglas' bluegrass dwarf herba impia Dehesa nolina Desert Pepper-grass Douglas' buckwheat dwarf hesperochiron Del Mar manzanita desert pepperweed Douglas' campion dwarf hulsea Del Mar Mesa sand aster ...
Common names starting with 'B'
... (Siderasis fuscata) Bear's Breech (Acanthus mollis) Bear's Paw (Cotyledon tomentosa) Bearberry (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi) Bearded Iris (Iris germanica) Beargrass (Nolina bigelovii) Beargrass (Nolina microcarpa) Bearsfoot Hellebore (Helleborus foetidus) Beautiful Fleabane (Erigeron formosissimus) Beautiful Mint (Calamintha grandiflora) Beauty Bush (Kolkwitzia amabilis) Beavertail Cactus (Opuntia ...
Common names starting with 'T'
... montevidensis) Transvaal Candelabra Tree (Euphorbia cooperi) Transvaal Daisy (Gerbera jamesonii) Transylvanian Sage (Salvia transsilvanica ) Tree Aloe (Aloe barberae) Tree Aloe (Aloe arborescens) Tree Beargrass (Nolina matapensis) Tree Fuchsia (Schotia brachypetala) Tree Ivy (Fatshedera lizei) Tree Mallow (Lavatera maritima) Tree Morning Glory (Ipomoea arborescens) Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus ...
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California Native Plants
... Fivespot. Nemophila menziesii Baby Blue Eyes. Nemophila menziesii Baby Blue Eyes. Nicotiana trigonophylla Desert Tobacco. Nicotiana trigonophylla Desert Tobacco. Nolina bigelovii Beargrass. Nolina bigelovii Beargrass. Northern Rough-winged Swallows use woodlands Oenothera caespitosa marginata Evening Primrose. Oenothera cheiranthifolia suffruticosa Beach Evening Primrose. Oenothera deltoides ...
PDN -- Plants found only on the website
... (Lindheimer's Bear Grass) Nolina nelsonii (Nelson's Blue Bear Grass) Nolina parviflora coll. #D12-41 (Small Flowered Mexican Beargrass) Nolina sp. 'La Siberica' coll. #DO7-64 (Siberica Bear Grass Tree) Oenothera fruticosa ssp. glauca 'Fruhlingsgold' (Spring Gold Variegated Sundrop) Onoclea sensibilis (Sensitive Fern) Onychium japonicum HH-03CH111 (Cat's Claw Fern) Ophiopogon chingii (Bad Hair Day ...
San Antonio Botanical Garden 555 Funston San Antonio Texas - Plant
Care/Deer Proofing Plants
... this one but then leave it alone Indigo Spires Salvia - (when established) plant1 gal or larger Mullein Mexican Oregano Oleander - (poisonous to humans and animals) Lamb's Ear Rosemary Beargrass/Nolina: (N. lindheimeriana, N. texana) Cenizo Mountain Laurel Agarita - deer will sometimes eat new growth Sotol Oregano - regular garden varieties Herbs- deer usually leave the more pungent herbs alone ...
... in the "Green Gulch" of the Chisos Mountains, Big Bend National Park, Texas. Left: Nolina microcarpa (Beargrass) in the Coronado National Forest, Southern Arizona. This stemless species has long narrow arching leaves ... to West Texas and into Mexico. It will survive considerable dry cold. Left: Clumps of Beargrass in high grassland of the Davis Mountains. Almost all the plants in this landscape are ...