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YOU SAY SAGE AND I SAY SALVIA I SAY SALVIA AND YOU SAY
... winter. They can be sheared in late spring or early summer also to encourage sturdier growth. The crown increases in diameter each year, but it never needs to be divided. S. melissodora or Grape Scented ... Also, like S. greggii there seem to be endless variations of S. microphylla, but the stem variegation is not present on some of the other varieties. S. uliginosa has the unfortunate common name of ...
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MSHS - Planting & Caring
... to keep deer away. Hostas are relatively disease-free. Viral infections are rare. The worst problem here is crown rot, a fungus where leaves emerge from the ground. This can happen when you overwater a hosta, ... for up to a year. Most seed-grown hostas revert to parentage and are green or gold. Variegation is rare. The most popular way to propagate is by division, either before or after the season's ...
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Garden Clippin's Online: April in the Shade Garden
... and pleats in between the veins. Many cultivars are collected based upon the midrib behavior and variegation of the leaf. Species or cultivar, a colony will eventually be created by the short creeping ... better with decent garden soil. Too much moisture will cause discoloration in the foliage and eventual crown rot. The Japanese and Chinese have been growing Rohdea in containers for centuries, so no ...
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Ontario Hosta Society:: Winter 1997 Newsletter
... cross; green leaf types at the very top (North); yellow leaf types at bottom (South); marginal variegation types on the right (East) and center leaf variegated types (medios) on the left (West). ... Octopus H. Sentinels H. September Sun H. Serendipity H. sieboldiana Elegans H. sieboldiana Herkules H. Silver Crown H. Sparkling Burgundy H. Spritzer H. Sum and Substance H. Sunnybrook H. Tall Twister H. ...
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Ontario Hosta Society:: Summer 2001 Newsletter
... I saw tiny hostas smaller than my palm clustered together in a stone trough. Every combination of variegation, colour or shape found in hostas seemed to be represented and availability signs placed at the display ... off to determine the best place to divide. Other methods she used were to leap onto the crown of a newly emerging plant and dislodge enough pips to force production of side shoots. Since ...
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Plant Delights Nursery -- Hosta, Hosta, Hosta
... Shoulders' PP (white edge) and H. 'Heaven Scent' PP (yellow edge). These highly promoted new hostas with variegation and the giant fragrant flowers soon also did a belly flop. After H. 'White Shoulder' made it ... divide at the same rate. A three year old clump of some cultivars may still have only 1 crown, while others may have 100 in the same time. This obviously is reflected in the cost of these ...
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Physostegia - Polemonium -- Plant Delights Nursery Catalog Page 82
... Manners' does not aggressively run around like other physostegias... or past presidents. Emerging from a dormant crown in spring, a cluster of green stems shoots upward to 30", each clothed by 3" ... be all yellow, some half and half, some streaky yellow and some all green. The unstable variegation pattern is what makes this a truly fascinating plant. The sexually explicit, pitcher-like flowers that ...
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Heuchera sanguinea 'Monet' - CORAL BELLS - Rainyside.com
... flower show. Every few years in late summer to early autumn, lift and replant the crown just above soil surface. Growing Guide continues below. GROWING GUIDE Geographic Origin Garden. Plant Group ... red, tubular-shaped flowers on purple stems. Leaf attributes White foliage splashed with dark green variegation, with pinkish fall color. Growth habit Mound forming. Culture Light Part shade to full sun ...
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Paul Barden: Old Garden Roses and beyond
... there as “striped, inconstant,” leaving it to the reader to determine whether the inconstancy is in its variegation or in the perpetuity of its bloom. The same year, Vibert has it as “du Roi, ... , thornless, the thorns being replaced by very small sharp points which are short and numerous; flowers crown the bush nicely, and have short peduncles which are very strong and erect; calyx glabrous, with ...
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The Succulent Plant Page: Glossary of Botanical Terms
... Examples of chimeras include some variegated cultivars of Sansevierias, although there can be many reasons for variegation. Chitin - may be the second most abundant polysaccharide in nature, after cellulose to which it ... or crested. An abnormal form of growth resulting from lateral distortion of the growing point. Crown - the part of a tree above the first branching. The area from which new shoots ...
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