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Large Trees for North Carolina
... Winged Ulmus alata 6, 7, 8 D Rapid Sun Medium to fine Pendulous; rounded top 30 to 40' 30 to 40' Small ... Fine Pendulous branches 60 to 80' 60 to 80' Native; bark tends to be warty; orange to blue-black fruit. Hemlock, Canadian Tsuga canadensis 6, 7 E Rapid Sun to partial shade Fine ... Salix babylonica 6, 7, 8 D Rapid Sun to partial shade Fine Pendulous; broad 30 to 50' 20 to 40' Weeping; invasive roots ...
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botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Barberry, Common - Herb Profile and Information
... in small spines. The flowers are small, pale yellow, arranged in pendulous racemes, produced from the fascicles of leaves, towards the ends of ... 2 inch long, oblong and slightly curved; when ripe, of a fine, red colour and pleasantly acidulous. The leaves are also acid, and ... sifted through a lawn sieve, which must be covered with a fine linen to prevent its wasting while sifting. Beat the sugar and ...
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Gold Medal Plant Awards
... . Elegant Evergreen Tree Picea orientalis (Oriental Spruce) is a dense, graceful, narrow, pyramidal spruce with pendulous branches, and short, ¼ - ½' needles that are a very dark green and shiny. It ... Flowering Cherry Prunus ‘Hally Jolivette’ is a beautiful little (grows to 15’) dense branching, fine textured semi-double flowering cherry tree or multi-stemmed shrub (though this form is rarely ...
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Angiosperm Families - Aquifoliaceae Bartl.
... type; non-papillate; Group IV type. Placentation apical. Ovules 1(–2) per locule; funicled; pendulous; apotropous (Engler); with dorsal raphe; non-arillate (? — if a funicular protuberance sometimes seen represents ... studies (e.g. Chase et al. 1993). Economic uses, etc. Ilex species supply hard, white, fine-grained wood, used for inlay work and sometimes stained black as ebony substitute; Maté or ...
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Angiosperm Families - Circaeasteraceae Kuntze ex Hutch.
... an oblique, sessile stigma); 1 ovuled. Placentation apical to marginal (subapical). Ovules pendulous; orthotropous; unitegmic; tenuinucellate. Embryo-sac development Polygonum-type. Polar nuclei fusing ... ), or an aggregate. The fruiting carpel indehiscent; an achene (covered with fine, uncinate setae). Seeds copiously endospermic. Embryo well differentiated. Cotyledons 2 (persistent). Embryo ...
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Specialty Perennial: Solomon seals
... for their nice architectural qualities having graceful unbranched stems that arch over the ground with pendulous flowers delicately dangling from their undersides. The variegated forms are showy and many of the ... small hanging white flowers with tiny green tips. Leaves are 2-3 inches long, with fine hairs on the veins under the leaves. Blue-black berries. An excellent pot subject but ...
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Ranunculaeae Society
... early flowering clones have appeared recently, and I have a fine clump growing close to my front door. Helleborus dumetorum with Galanthus ' ... glowing beneath the pure white snowdrops. H. dumetorum has fine foliage too, with bright green leaves split into many segments ... planted to enliven a shady bank or neglected corner when the pendulous clusters of small green cups, often rimmed with red, flower ...
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lilac_care
... the lilacs soil ball/root system) 2. Mix sand and/or fine gravel 6 in. to 10 in. deep into the subsoil (not the ... ph level but will result in better smelling lilacs. True: Like a fine wine lilacs depend immensely on the previous years weather to help contribute ... brown. Leaves will drop and new green shoots will have a sick pendulous look to them. Flower buds may also be infected by turning black. ...
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Elephant Ears
... and substance to the border throughout the year. Bergenia cordifolia makes a fine groundcover, growing in clumps in almost any soil. Its a ... also do well in moist but not soggy soil, and they make fine aesthetic companions to hostas, astilbes, and ferns. They can be planted ... and leaf formthose of B. cordifolia are borne in more pendulous clusters and are sometimes obscured by the leaves, which in B. ...
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Goat breeds: Anglo-Nubian
... for bucks. The ears are long, broad and pendulous. The face is convex and the forehead is particularly prominent. They have a fine tapering muzzle and flat nostrils. The backline may have ... collapsed appearance and soft texture after milking. It should be round or globular, and not pendulous or split between the halves. The udder should be carried high and well under the ...
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