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Hyssopus officinalis
... formerly Labiatae (Mint Family) Genus: Hyssopus Species: officinalis Every year at about this time, when Im on ... local gardening shop to find out if they carried the seeds of Hyssopus officinalis. Yes, I was told, even as the proprietor asked: But ... ancient, herb that no one uses much for cooking anymore. No matter. Hyssopus officinalis has great ornamental value, with its whorls of shiny, dark ...
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Hyssopus officinalis Hyssop
... Hyssopus officinalis Hyssop A lovely addition to any garden. Here both the Pink and Blue Hyssop ...
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Hyssopus offcinalis 'Rosea' Pink Hyssop
... Hyssopus offcinalis 'Rosea' Pink Hyssop Cultural Information Height:18 inches Hardiness: Perennial in Zones 3-11 ...
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... than 2 weeks at 75F surface sow-light needed for best results, rapid germination Hyssopus officinalus - Germination in less than 2 weeks at 68F, rapid germination if no germination ...
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Edible Flowers Chart - Home Cooking
... bland, nondescript flavor : Japanese Lonicera japonica Berries are highly poisonous. Do not eat them! Hyssop Hyssopus officinalis Should be avoided by pregnant women and by those with hypertension and epilepsy. Impatiens ...
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Alpine Garden Society
... Hymenanthera Hymenocallis Hymenopappus Hymenophyllum Hymenopogon Hymenoxys Hyobanche Hyoscyamus Hypecoum Hypericum Hypertufa Hypocalymma Hypochoeris Hypoxis Hypsela Hyssopus Show Results Join Us Shop Online Plant of The Month Tour Vacancies Sponsorship
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Botanical
... group of frost-tender, shrubs and perennials are native to South Africa, Madagascar and southea... Hyssopus This herb has gained notoriety from the Bible, though probably isn't the same plant ...
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Wisflora: Wisconsin Vascular Plants - Genera
... Holcus Holosteum Hordeum Houstonia Hudsonia Humulus Huperzia Hybanthus Hydrastis Hydrocotyle Hydrophyllum Hyoscyamus Hypericum Hypochaeris Hypoxis Hyssopus I Iberis Ilex Impatiens Inula Iodanthus Ipomoea Ipomopsis Iris Isoetes Iva J Jeffersonia Jovibarba Juglans ...
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Wisconsin Vascular Plants: Search Results
... purple giant hyssop Agastache scrophulariaefolia (Willd.) Kuntze var. mollis (Fernald) A.Heller Hyssopus scrophulariaefolius Willd. Lophanthus scrophulariaefolius (Willd.) Benth. Lophanthus scrophulariaefolius (Willd.) Benth. ... pulegioides (L.) L. Ziziphora pulegioides (L.) Desf. Hyssopus (Genus Information, Photo Gallery and Map Gallery) Hyssopus officinalis L. * + hyssop Lamium (Genus Information ...
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Growing Requirements and Uses of Biennials and Perennial Herbs
... sun Grow from seed, cuttings, or division Attracts bees; tea; flavoring in candy, crafts. Hyssop Hyssopus officinalis 24" 15" Sun Grow from seed, stem cuttings, or division Attracts bees and butterflies ...
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