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maltese cross

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Maltese Cross
... Maltese Cross Maltese Cross Lychnis chalcedonica Requirements: Soil Type - Sandy loam, moist, well drained Soil ph - neutral Water - moist ... ~ ~Dianthus~ ~Garlic Chives~ ~Globe Thistle~ ~Hens and Chicks~ ~Hosta~ ~Iris~ ~Lily of the Valley~ ~Lupine~ ~Maltese Cross~ ~Phlox~ ~Brown eyed Susans~ ~Scotch Thistle~ ~Sneezeweed~ ~Thyme~ ~Violet~ ~Yellow Loosestrife~
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Winter Sowing - GardenWeb
... :58 4 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Jul 18, 06 at 13:34 Maltese Cross Posted by: vera_eastern_wa 5b-6a on Sun, Jul 16, 06 at 11:56 6 follow ...
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Winter Sowing - GardenWeb
... :56 10 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Apr 2, 06 at 21:09 Maltese Cross Posted by: vera_eastern_wa 5b-6a on Sun, Apr 2, 06 at 12:02 5 follow ...
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The Brilliant Lychnis
... name, Lychnis. But most Saskatchewan gardeners have been growing this plant, commonly known as Maltese cross, for years. Pronounced "lik-nis" (from the Greek word "luchnos" for "lamp" which refers ... have proven hardy in Saskatchewan gardens: Maltese cross (Lychnis chalcedonica) - An old-fashioned flower which has been in cultivation for over 300 years, Maltese cross is the most commonly grown of the ...
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Lynchis Who? The Malese Cross and Its Relations
... ? The Malese Cross and Its Relations Lynchis Who? The Malese Cross and Its Relations GardenLine | Yard & Garden | Lynchis Who? The Malese Cross and Its Relations Sara Williams Maltese cross (Lychnis chalchedonica) ... Maltese cross grows equally well in sun or partial shade in moist but well-drained soil. A good addition to the perennial border, it is also excellent as a cut flower. The Maltese Cross ...
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justgardeners.com
... them botanically related not only to the cottage garden stalwarts baby's-breath, thrift and Maltese cross, but more distantly to good old amaranth! The genus was named Dianthus ("divine flower") by ... fall if grown cool and dead-headed. The hybrid Allwood perpetual-flowering pinks are a cross between pinks and carnations and can bloom off and on all summer. "Pink" is probably ...
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Ornamental Plants plus Version 3.0 - L
... NIVEA Luzula nivea--Snowy Woodrush LUZULA SYLVATICA Luzula maxima--Greater Woodrush LYCHNIS CHALCEDONICA Lychnis chalcedonica--Maltese Cross LYCHNIS CORONARIA Lychnis coronaria--Rose Campion LYCHNIS VISCARIA Lychnis viscaria--German Catchfly LYCHNIS X ARKWRIGHTII ...
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Ornamental Plants plus Version 3.0 - M
... maritima--Virginia Stock MALE FERN Dryopteris filix-mas--Male Fern MALOPE TRIFIDA Malope trifida MALTESE CROSS Lychnis chalcedonica--Maltese Cross MALUS Malus--Crab Apple Malus Cultivar List A - C Malus Cultivar List D - N ...
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Irish Moss
... a member of the large Caryophyllaceae family. It is related to Lychnis (rose campion and Maltese cross), Dianthus (carnations and sweet William), Saponaria (soapwort), and Gypsophila (baby’s breath). Common chickweed is ...
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Hort on the Internet: Perennials
... State Lupine - NC State Lupine, Southern - NC State Lychnis coronaria - Missouri Lysimachia japonica 'Minutissima' - Missouri Maltese Cross - NC State Marsh Marigold - NC State Meadow-rue - NC State Meadowsweet - NC State Mealy-cup ...
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