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Royal Heritage and ivy? - Hellebore Forum - GardenWeb
... boxwoods in a strip along the sidewalk in front of a low fence. There's quite a lot of space between and around them ... the case. I need for this to be a "no or low maintenance" part of my landscape. Am I making a mistake with the ... and useful ground covers. Asarum canadense, Pachysandra procumbens etc. provide nice low spreading cover for somewhat shady areas that won't harm hellebore roots ( ...
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Garden at Symdock - Bromeliads - Mixed Genera
... the ground or in a large size pot. Cryptanthus bivittatus Cryptanthus bivittatus is a small, low spreading, flat rosette terrestrial plant. They are called "Earth Stars", because of their symmetry and unusual ...
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The DelChester Rose Society
... flowers, glossy foliage, spreading growth Shrub (Small) Augusta peach blooms, small foliage, low spreading growth to 24 inches Baby Blanket light pink, pretty flowers in large cluster, slight fragrance, bushy spreading growth, ground cover ...
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Petunia
... with white edge, 3" wide, mounds 'Pink Wave' SG pink spreading, from seed, branched, good in pots Polo series SM 3 ... Pirouette' DG violet broad white edged, ruffled 'Purple Wave' SG purple spreading, from seed, good in pots 'Rhapsody' DG burgundy fringed, 3" wide ... wide flowers, mounded habit Ultra series SG 12 colors compact, low spreading, 3-4" wide flowers 'Valentine' DG fiery red 3" wide flowers ...
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Begonia
... aphids, mealybugs, thrips Landscape habit, uses: border front, hanging baskets, containers; variable habit from low spreading to erect Other interest: named after M. Begon (1638-1710)--Governor of French Canada ... --stems trailing or pendant, large to small flowers single or double 13. (Mul) Multiflora--low, bushy, compact plants with many small single or double flowers Cultivars: Cultivars, other ...
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Small Plants For Small Spaces
... . For something different, try YOUNG'S WEEPING BIRCH. This is a dwarf selection which is low, spreading, and somewhat mound-like, creating a cave beneath its branches. It is usually grafted onto ... an accent planting or to provide a "hide-away" for children. FLOWERING CRABAPPLES are small, low-headed trees with white, red, or pink flowers. The fruit is sometimes useful for jelly ...
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The Border in Early Spring: Part 2
... native to the Prairies, is readily adapted to garden conditions. It is very low, less than 2.5 cm (1 in.), with pale blue to violet ... it: close to a walk or patio. Rockcress (Arabis spp.) is a low, mat-forming perennial which is ideal for the rock garden or ... bloomers in the fragrant rose daphne (Daphne cneorum). It is an evergreen, low, spreading shrub on only 30 cm (1 ft) in height which is covered ...
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Native Plants of Ohio, Bulletin 865, Shrubs (1-25')
... spring. Spreads to form large, dense colonies. *(w) *(bd) Low, spreading shrub with flowers in clusters of three; turns dull ... infertile soils, partial shade or sun; aromatic leaves; red fruit. Spreading plant creates fast cover. *(w) *(bd) Single 2.5" pink flowers ... serrated leaves, curving thorns; flowers 1.5-2.5". *(w) Large, spreading shrub for planting on banks; single 2" flowers. Availability ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Out of Yesteryear
... form of an old garden rose. It is devoid of fragrance. It has a very low, spreading habit that is almost more fitting to a ground-cover rose than a shrub. This ... blossoms that have no fragrance, which then promptly ball in wet weather, it's very low-growing, susceptible to black spot , and has long thin thorns that manage to get through ...
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FPHG -
... and dense bushy twigs. Thin out the center of erect varieties while removing the low-spreading growth of more spreading varieties. Long canes with many flower buds also should be headed back to ... following year. The latter method may be preferred, since it prevents a lapse in cropping. Spreading (Open) Growth Habit: Most of the pruning of plants in this category should be directed ...
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