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candytuft family brassicaceae

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Iberis
... Iberis Iberis (ii' ber-iss) Common name: Candytuft Family: Brassicaceae, Mustard Height x width: 3-12" x 12-18" Growth rate: moderate to fast Foliage: ... ", white flowers in early spring, good for alpine troughs sempervirens(sem-per-vir' ens)--Evergreen Candytuft, zones 3-8, 9-12" x 18", white flowers in spring with cool weather causing ...
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Evergreen Candytuft
... Evergreen Candytuft Evergreen Candytuft Family: Brassicaceae, alternatively known as Cruciferae (Mustard family) Genus: Iberis Species: sempervirens When events in the larger world turn worrisome, I tend to ... six years. Deer, rabbits, and slugs all avoid candytuft. I suppose it has the pungent qualities of many members of the mustard family. Don’t be making a sauce out of it ...
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Kohlrabi
... Family: Brassicaceae, alternatively known as Cruciferae (Mustard family) Genus: Brassica Species: oleracea This article is dedicated with deep affection to John Van Miert ... characteristic of many family members. But the family extends beyond edibles like mustard, broccoli, cabbage, and cauliflower. It includes ornamentals such as perennial and annual alyssum, stock, candytuft, and wallflower. And ...
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Iberis sempervirens - EVERGREEN CANDYTUFT - Rainyside.com
... Iberis sempervirens - EVERGREEN CANDYTUFT - Rainyside.com Plant Gallery and Growing Guide - Perennials Iberis sempervirens ©2000 EVERGREEN CANDYTUFT Family: Brassicaceae Geographic Origin Europe. Plant Group Subshrub. Attributes ©1995 Hardiness Sunset zones: All (Western). USDA zones ...
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BRASSICACEAE
... orange, white, pink or mauve, particularly in species cultivated for ornament. Rarely (as in the Candytuft), there are two large and two small petals. Recently, the international panel of botanists ... after a plant typical of the family, so the family is now called Brassicaceae after the type plant, Brassica (Cabbage). Seeds ~ The seedpods of this plant family are also fairly easily identifiable. ...
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