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Loosestrife
Loosestrife Species: Lythrum salicaria Nom Français: La Salicaire English Name: Purple loosestrife flowering times: August - September Notes: 9th September 2004 Back to the index
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Yellow Loosestrife
... Loosestrife Yellow Loosestrife Loosestrife can be very aggressive and growing it in dry conditions is one of the best ways to keep it under control. Yellow loosestrife is not related to the Purple loosestrife ... ~ ~Lupine~ ~Maltese Cross~ ~Phlox~ ~Brown eyed Susans~ ~Scotch Thistle~ ~Sneezeweed~ ~Thyme~ ~Violet~ ~Yellow Loosestrife~ Didn't find what you were looking for? Try Searching Here Search the ...
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Plant Pictures - Perennials - Loosestrife (Lysimachia ) varigated
... the garden gate To sponsor this category, please email the webmaster for details « Back Perennials Loosestrife (Lysimachia ) varigated Photo By Liz HampshireUK Viewing at 100% This Picture Has been Viewed 39 ...
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Lysimachia - loosestrife, moneywort, creeping Jenny
... | | tools, books, & gifts | | FAQ | | nursery | | journal | | gardening forums | Lysimachia (ly-sih-MAH-kee-uh). Loosestrife, moneywort, creeping Jenny. - Light: Moderate sun to light shade Soil: Average, well-drained ... less invasive than the species. Zones 3 - 8. Lysimachia punctata, yellow loosestrife. (24 - 30") Yellow loosestrife has leafy, upright stems covered in yellow flowers in the summer. ...
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Lysimachia clethroides - GOOSENECK LOOSESTRIFE - Rainyside.com
... Lysimachia clethroides - GOOSENECK LOOSESTRIFE - Rainyside.com Plant Gallery and Growing Guide - Perennials Lysimachia clethroides ©2001 GOOSENECK LOOSESTRIFE Family: Primulaceae Geographic Origin China, Korea, and Japan. Plant Group Perennials. Attributes Hardiness Sunset zones ...
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OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... and ivy are starting to sprout. Purple loosestrife--Watch out, it's a botanical barbarian Look in a garden book and you will see purple loosestrife, purple lythrum, or Lythrum salicaria listed ...
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Rid of cattails - Bog Garden Forum - GardenWeb
... in their own way. Of course, you could turn the whole thing over to purple loosestrife. It is suppose to be more aggressive than cattails. Edd RE: Rid of cattails clip ... suza - 6 (suzaplants@earthlink.net) on Fri, Jul 21, 00 at 18:04 Edd: NO LOOSESTRIFE!!! Gads. I hope you were kidding! ~~~~suza RE: Rid of cattails clip this post email ...
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Bog Garden - Bog Garden Forum - GardenWeb
... , here are some things that can sometimes be done: Remove any invasive exotics like purple loosestrife, or multiflora rose, etc. Plant a buffer of locally native plants to prevent sedimentation and ...
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Learning from Our Adversaries / Ruth M. Pettis
... the wilderness? The biochemistry of the invincible Horsetails (Equisetum arvense), Climbing Nightshade (Solanum dulcamara), Purple Loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria)? There are many more. You can check the King County Noxious Weed roster ...
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Open Directory - Science:Biology:Flora and Fauna:Plantae:Magnoliophyta:Magnoliopsida
... narrowly - see the related links for the Caesalpiniaceae and Mimosaceae. Hamamelidaceae Witch-hazel family. Lythraceae Loosestrife family. Mimosaceae Family of broad-leaved flowering plants that includes Acacia, Albizia, and Mimosa. Flowers ...
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