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Cliviasmith 2005
... types vary from the "common" Clivia miniata that is seen in Sydney gardens to the broad leaf hybrid forms that have been grown from imported seed. The variation in flower form and ...

Chinese Plants
... expected to reach 85mm wide and within 350mm long when fully mature W-05 Short Leaf broad leaf Light of Buddha, 1.5 years old,4-6 leaves, clear akebono variegation. can be ... mature W-06 Daruma Green,1.5 years old,4-6 leaves.The leaf is very short and broad,can be expected to over 100mm wide and within 250mm long when fully ...

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Photo Gallery1 Photo Gallery Daruma Anshan ShortLeaf 120mm wide Dark Painted Face Broad Leaf Varigated 115mm wide Daruma Daruma Top quality 4 leaf seedling Daruma seedling Short Leaf Monk Short Leaf Painted Face Fulun Clivia Good Vein Good Variegated Henglan Light of Buddha Light of Buddha All the photos were taken by Wu Jin Copyright reserved. Not for Comercial Use
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How to Grow Sage
... semi-hardy perennial that grows to 2 feet high, depending on variety. Other varieties include broad leaf, clary, and pineapple sage. Harvesting: During the growing season, singular leaves can be picked straight ...

Florida Vegetable Gardening Guide
... Leaves edible. Lettuce Crisp: Minetto, Ithaca, Fulton, Floricrisp. Butterhead: Bibb, White Boston, Tom Thumb. Leaf: Prize Head, Red Sails, Salad Bowl. Romaine: Parris Island Cos, Valmaine, Floricos. Compositae ... for germination. Intercrop lettuce with long-season vegetables. Mustard Southern Giant Curled, Florida Broad Leaf, Tendergreen Cruciferae II 100 40-60 Consider planting in a wide-row system. ...

... a variety of biological and chemical pathways [10]. 2,4-D is toxic to most broad leaf crops, especially cotton, tomatoes, beets, and fruit trees [7]. Physical Properties: Appearance: 2,4-D ...

... cyclohexenone herbicide used to control annual and perennial grasses in a wide variety of broad leaf crops including soybeans, cotton, flax, peanuts, sunflowers, sugarbeets, potatoes, alfalfa and most vegetables (211, ... a non-phytotoxic crop oil concentrate (211,1). Clethodim is very well-tolerated by broad-leaved crops, showing little if any phytotoxic effect (1, 58, 294). Formulations of clethodim ...
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Monarch hostplants: Includes all milkweed and common names - Butterfly Garden
... orange, pineland, lanceleaf, lanceolate, few-flowered]milkweed; purple silkweed) A. latifolia TX (broad-leaf milkweed) A. longifolia USA ([longleaf, Florida]milkweed) A. obovata USA ([pineland, green ... white twinevine, white milkweed vine, viney milkweed, whitevine, narrow-leaf milkweed vine) S. crispum TX (wavy-leaf milkweed vine, wavyleaf twinevine, wavyleaf climbing milkweed, wavyleaf milkvine ...

Identify by Leaf
... Identify by Leaf select the image that best matches your sample "CAUTION! --- Both Poison Sumac and Poison Ivy ... leaves; single or in bundles of 2 5 needles Leaves scale-like Broad, flat leaves Leaves flattened BY NAME || BY LEAF || BY FRUIT || BACKGROUND || HOME OPLIN Disclaimer 1997 Ohio Public Library Information ...

Identify by Leaf
Identify by Leaf Broad Flat Leaves select the image that best matches your sample Compound leaves Simple leaves BY NAME || BY LEAF || BY FRUIT || BACKGROUND || HOME OPLIN Disclaimer 1997 Ohio Public Library Information Network (OPLIN) & The Ohio Historical Society (OHS) Please send comments to: The OPLIN Managing Editor Date of last revision:10/24/00
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