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flowering rosettes

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Agave
... flowering rosettes in the monocarpic species. You can download higher quality images by clicking on the pictures below. Agave deserti - These Desert Agaves were part of a fine stand of flowering ... flowering occurs after 8 - 20 years. Although all the flowering plants will die, each group of plants at this site had plenty of offset non-flowering rosettes for other years. The leaves of the rosettes ...
www.cactusweb.us

Leslie's succulent page 17a
... pans where control of moss and weeds is easier. Propagation is by division of non flowering rosettes in July / August. The leaf colours are spoilt under glass in summer unless an Alpine ...
www.echeveria.freeserve.co.uk

Leslie's succulent page 17b
... pans where control of moss and weeds is easier. Propagation is by division of non flowering rosettes in July / August. The leaf colours are spoilt under glass in summer unless an Alpine ...
www.echeveria.freeserve.co.uk
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NARGS: Good Rock Garden Plants
... sometimes is necessary to remove and save for propagation all side rosettes. The flowering rosette dies after blooming. S. cotyledon is one of ... , spotted with red or purple, on stems about 12" high, flowering in May. Leaf colors range from pale green to silver and ... best with shade part of the day. The flowering rosettes die, but are replaced by side rosettes. Zones 2-6. Scabiosa lucida [skab-ee- ...
www.nargs.org

American Graffiti
... of a fine stand of flowering plants in April 1995. Sometimes called the "century plant", in practice flowering occurs after 8 - 20 years. Although all the flowering rosettes will die, each group of plants at this site had plenty of offset non-flowering rosettes for other years. The leaves of the rosettes ...
www.succulent-plant.com

Agavaceae
... or through stolons, usually maintains a clump of plants thus compensating for loss of flowering rosettes. A few species remain solitary, relying on seed production for survival of the species. ... flowering occurs after 8 - 20 years. Although all the flowering plants will die, each group of plants at this site had plenty of offset non-flowering rosettes for other years. The leaves of the rosettes ...
www.succulent-plant.com
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Angiosperm Families - Boraginaceae Juss.
... flat; ‘herbaceous’; petiolate to sessile; non-sheathing, or sheathing (sometimes, in basal rosettes); not gland-dotted; simple; epulvinate. Lamina entire; usually narrow, linear to lanceolate. Leaves ... as: ‘Watson, L., and Dallwitz, M.J. 1992 onwards. The families of flowering plants: descriptions, illustrations, identification, and information retrieval. Version: 29th July 2006. http://delta ...
delta-intkey.com

Angiosperm Families - Bromeliaceae Juss.
... rosette plants, adapted to absorb the water which accumulates in the vase-shaped leaf rosettes — the ‘pitchers’ constituting the only habitat of of certain Utricularias, utilized by ... publication as: ‘Watson, L., and Dallwitz, M.J. 1992 onwards. The families of flowering plants: descriptions, illustrations, identification, and information retrieval. Version: 29th July 2006. http://delta-intkey ...
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Bromeliads
... all spiny, foliage has attractive markings and patterns, and the leaves are usually arranged in rosettes which may be cup-shaped. Aechmea, Billbergia, Cryptanthus, Neoregelia and Nidularium are the most popular ... slowly die over a period of a year or two after flowering. However, several pups usually develop during the flowering cycle and usually emerge from the soil near the edge of the ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Enterprising Euphorbia—Spring-Flowering Spurges for All Your Garden Needs
... can be considered a thug or a blessing, depending on its use. Dark green, lustrous rosettes on foot-tall stems spread quickly by stolons to form an evergreen carpet. In ... green hostas would anchor the picture in shade. Orange-flowering Euphorbia griffithii marries beautifully with yellow and orange early Asiatic lilies (Lilium), yellow- flowering Lysimachia ciliata, and orange Geum 'Borisii.' Add ...
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