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Garden Design
... avoid the use of sedge peat and spent mushroom compost unless you are planning to plant lime tolerant species. Estimate the planting area in square metres (square yards), deducting one square metre (square ... peat blocks or allow the bed to drop to normal soil level, in which case, plant lime tolerant plants around the edge, such as Erica carnea. The next approach is watering twice a ...
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Planting Tips
... avoid the use of sedge peat and spent mushroom compost unless you are planning to plant lime tolerant species. Estimate the planting area in square metres (square yards), deducting one square metre (square ... peat blocks or allow the bed to drop to normal soil level, in which case, plant lime tolerant plants around the edge, such as Erica carnea. The next approach is watering twice a ...
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Variegated Kerria
... plant that begins with the letter K. Of the several possibilities, Kerria japonica was chosen because its fresh green branches provide welcome interest in the winter garden. Lime ... two years, and after that you can depend on it to be reasonably tolerant of drought. Thin out older shoots after flowering and prune the shrub ... will remind you that yes, spring is just around the corner. Return to Plant of ...
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Peony Collection at the Devonian Botanic Garden
... from Paion, the physician of the gods, who used the plant medically. The genus Paeonia comprises about 33 species of perennial ... ball, and keep well watered until re-established. Paeonies are lime-tolerant, and may be grown on any moist, fertile soil which ... to anemone to double. Once established, they are remarkably drought tolerant. Problem Sometimes paeonies become affected by a fungal disease called ...
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... with fingers. The grass often looks as if it has been dusted with flour or lime. Heavily infected leaves may turn yellow and die, causing areas of turf to thin. Powdery ... landscaping a new area, space your plantings to avoid heavy shading and poor air circulation. Plant shade tolerant and resistant grass varieties whenever possible. Properly water, fertilize, and dethatch to maintain a ...
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A generic plant glossary for California native plants.
... range of acidity or alkalinity in the soil that a plant will tolerate. Generally, high pH soils will be higher in lime and/or salts and lower in rainfall, and lower pH ... -lived and very drought tolerant in California. tolerates tolerates seaside- This plant will tolerate salt spray, constant wind (laden with salt), fog, shifting sand, etc. tolerates alkaline- This plant will tolerate alkaline soil ...
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Companions
... feet), and carry more attractive foliage. This plant also is attractive to beneficial insects. Nicotiana ( ... tolerant as well, so they can be paired with woodland lilies or Hosta, for the coolest garden imaginable. Nicotiana langsdorffii, unlike the other two, is scentless but well worth growing. Cool lime ... if you want to experiment: Dianthus. For lime tolerant lilies, these could be a good choice ...
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LILY COMPANIONS
... feet), and carry more attractive foliage. This plant also is attractive to beneficial insects. Nicotiana ( ... tolerant as well, so they can be paired with woodland lilies or Hosta, for the coolest garden imaginable. Nicotiana langsdorffii, unlike the other two, is scentless but well worth growing. Cool lime ... if you want to experiment: Dianthus. For lime tolerant lilies, these could be a good choice ...
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NARGS: Plant of the Month: September 2000
... 2003 Archive 2002 Archive 2001 Archive 1999 Archive 1998 Archive 1997 Plant of the Month September 2000 Gentiana paradoxa by Sharon Illingworth Gentiana ... laced plicae, or fringes,at the mouth of the corolla. The plant lasts in bloom a long time, at least through the whole ... northern boundary of USDA zone 4. It is supposed to be lime tolerant, although it grows well for us in slightly acid soil, well ...
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SunnyGardens.com - Plant and Garden Glossary Index
... .com - Plant and Garden Glossary Index Home | Forum | Plants, Trees and Shrubs | Glossary | Email this page Web ... (leaf miner) leaf-miners (leaf miner) leaflet leggy legume (pod) lenticel ligulate (strap-shaped) limb lime lime-tolerant linear lingulate (strap-shaped) lip lithophytic loam PAGE 1 2 Glossary Index: A B C ... L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Plant Index: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N ...
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