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PULMONARIA
... more showy. P. stiriaca = from the east Alps comes this attractive plant with rounded, splotched white leaves. Plants with blue flowers blooming in April and May. Stems 10-15 inches tall and upright. P. vallarsae = Clump forming deciduous plants with dark green wavy marginated leaves. Leaves smaller than most Pulmonaria growing to 8 inches in length and ...
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digitals
... and D. grandiflora. tetraploidy hybrid with nice looking foliage and rose colored flowers. Digitalis laevigata Clump forming perennials native to the western and Central Balkans - Albania; Bulgaria; Greece; Yugoslavia . Plants are ... in May and can be found blooming till August. Plants rise from a woody rootstock forming a tufted rosette on linear leaves 8" long 0.3" wide. Plants have leaf like ...
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Ranunculaeae Society
... itself, occurring in various shades of white, pink, blue and purple, with small but beautiful, nodding bell-shaped flowers. Mostly clump forming, they will reach about one metre, height and spread. Others are usually interspecific hybrids where one of the parents is C. integrifolia and the other something very different. This second group includes a much wider ...
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Crocosmia
... Crocosmia (crow-cosme-ah) Common name: Crocosmia, Montbretia Family: Iridaceae, Iris Height x width: 2-3 x 1-2 Growth habit: upright, clump forming from corms Growth rate: moderate Foliage: lance- or sword-shaped, 1-3 long and 1-2" wide, green, mainly arising from corm or base of stems; resemble gladiolus leaves Flowers: in clusters on branched and wiry spikes, ...
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Brassavola nodosa
... dry. The bloom season shown in the climate table is based on cultivation records. Plant and Flower Information PLANT SIZE AND TYPE: A clump forming epiphyte or lithophyte that may reach a height of 15-18 in. (38-46 cm), but is often shorter. The connecting rhizome between growths is usually short, and established plants tend to start several new growths. ...
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Gardening with Bevan & Margaret
... Ideal as a groundcover in a rock garden. ARMERIA MARITIMA (White & Pink Thrift) Perennial plant, clump forming, stems are slender, wiry, leaves are greyish green and slender, flowers are white to ... and hanging baskets. CAMPANULA POSCHARSKYANA Ground cover that is perennial, stems are erect and tuft forming, leaves are narrow oval and hairy, flowers are lavender blue, star shaped. Flowers in spring ...
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"Traditional Herbs for Winter Interest"
... " Holding on Meadowsweet Filipendula hexapetula A hardy perennial native to the northern temperate regions. The clump in the border of Section A had some leftover fall tints mixed with the bright ... for flower panicles on tall stems in late spring or summer. Huilmo Sisyrinchium striatum A clump-forming native of South America; look for greenish-yellow inflorescences (flowers) in the summer. Hortus ...
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Ranunculaeae Society
... garden conditions it may be slightly taller reaching 35-40 cm. Ranunculus gramineus in the garden Harold McBride This ranunculus is clump-forming with basal leaves linear to lanceolate with a strongly glacous appearence. The delightful rich glistening yellow flowers 2cm or more across are produced in early May and last for several weeks. Viable seed is usually ...
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justgardeners.com
... 'Nanum Epimediums grow by underground woody rhizomes, and do not tolerate poor drainage. The length of their annual rhizome growth determines whether they will colonize an area, or remain in a clump. ALL varieties listed are clump-forming unless otherwise noted. For the spreading types, we give the typical annual rhizome growth under optimal conditions in our ...
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Oxeye Daisy
Oxeye Daisy Species: Leucanthemum vulgare ssp Nom Franais: Grande pquerette English Name: Oxeye daisy flowering times: June - August Notes: Has shorter rays and larger disc than the species, hairy lower stalks, clump-forming. Back to the index
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