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Catananche caerulea - CUPID'S DART - Rainyside.com
... - CUPID'S DART - Rainyside.com Plant Gallery and Growing Guide - Perennials Catananche caerulea 2002 CUPID'S DART Family: Asteraceae Pronounced: kat-ah-NAN-ke se-RU-lee- ... may be a problem. Rainy Side Notes Who isn't smitten by Cupid's dart? Catananche caerulea is a flower that grows all around the Mediterranean region. The Greeks and Romans ...
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Catananche caerulea L. ( Cupido Azul / Cupid's dart / Cerverina)
Catananche caerulea L. ( Cupido Azul / Cupid's dart / Cerverina) Catananche caerulea L. ( Cupido Azul / Cupid's dart / Cerverina) Back to index.
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Get Growing Gardening Tips 55- CATANANCHE CAERULA OR CUPID'S DART
... Hickman, Associate Director, Devonian Botanic Garden Catananche caerula or Cupid's Dart The name Catananche derives from a Greek word meaning "strong ... one of those perennials that will flower the first year. Catananche produces narrow, grey-green, lightly hairy leaves in a ... drained, light, semi-dry soil. As with all herbaceous perennials, Catananche will die back completely to the soil surface, and ...
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Angiosperm Families - Compositae Giseke
... , Cardopatium, Carduncellus, Carduus, Carlina, Carminatia, Carpesium, Carphephorus, Carphochaete, Carramboa, Carterothamnus, Carthamus, Cassinia, Castanedia, Castrilanthemum, Catamixis, Catananche, Catatia, Cavalcantia, Cavea, Celmisia, Centaurea, Centaurodendron, Centauropsis, Centaurothamnus, Centipeda, Centratherum, Cephalipterum, Cephalopappus, Cephalorrhynchus, Cephalosorus, Ceratogyne ...
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... weeks at 68F, Catananche caerulea - Germination in less than two weeks at 68F, Catananche caeruleum 'Alba' - Lightly cover seeds and use F70, germination 7-20 days. Catananche caeruleum 'Amor Blue'- Lightly ...
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justgardeners.com
... if given an early start. Many composites (daisy family) will do so -- coreopsis, gaillardia, shastas, catananche, tanacetum, achillea etc. Heuchera, delphinium, many dianthus, gaura, lavender, malva, nepeta, many poppies, salvias and ...
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... that question. Roses and chocolate are both dear to my heart. Catananche caerulea has no thorns and it won’t add inches anywhere ... well as daisies. The species has lavender flowers, while the cultivar Catananche caerulea ‘Alba’ has white ones with blue eyes and ‘Major ... be true-blue. And just in case you were wondering: yes, Catananche caerulea was used by both the Greeks and the Romans as ...
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Alpine Garden Society
... Carmelita Carmichaelia Carnation Carnivorous Carpha Carpinus Carpobrotus Carthamnus Carum Caryopteris Cassia Cassinia Cassiope Castilleja Catalpa Catananche Caterpillars Catharanthus Cathcartia Caucasus Cautleya CD Ceanothus Cedrus Celmisia Celmisias Celsia Celsioverbascum Celtis Centaurea Centaurium ...
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Shakespeare Garden
... Apricot' (Basket of Gold) Baptisia australis (Blue False Indigo) Borago officinalis (Borage) Calendula officinalis (Marigold) Catananche caerulea (Cupid's-dart) Chamaemelum nobile (Chamomile) Clematis sp. (Clematis) Crithmum maritimum (Sampire) Crocus flavus ...
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Indice de nombres cientificos de plantas
... minus Aster alpinus Bellis perennis Calendula arvensis Cardunchelus monspeliensium Carlina acualis Carlina corimbosa Carthamus lanatus Catananche caerulea Centaurea antennata Centaurea aspera Centaurea calcitrapa Centaurea cyanus Centaurea escabiosa Centaurea pectinata Cichorium intybus ...
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