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Hints for growing and taming aggressive mint
... grow mint without the worry of rampant spreading is to plant it in containers, preferably with bottoms, and then sink ... from the ground a short distance from the parent plant. Tug gently and pull from the ground a piece ... plant that grows rampantly, even in poor soil. Do not ingest pennyroyal, especially if you're pregnant. It's used as a bug repellent. * Corsican Mint - mat-forming groundcover that ...
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Dwarf Goats Beard
... plant that grows anywhere, stays tidy, provides three-season interest—and is absolutely unappealing to slugs. An herbaceous perennial, Aruncus aethusifolius disappears during the winter. Its fernlike, seriously green foliage—similar to that ... color, turning a rich, burnished red as the season progresses. The entire plant seldom grows taller than 12 inches. This small Aruncus may come as a surprise to ...
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A generic plant glossary for California native plants.
... This violet is also mostly an understory plant that grows under Valley Oak (Quercus lobata). basin An artificial basin created by mounding up earth around a plant, usually to hold water for irrigation. ... plant will grow without irrigation, measured in centimeters (around 3/8 inch). We've also included in this the possible irrigation tolerance to compensate for lost fog drip. A plant that grows ...
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Orchid Glossary - The Plant Growth Habits
... plant. Erect (ee-REKT) -- A plant growing upright. Leafless (LEEF-less) -- A plant without leaves. Monopodial (mon-oh-POH-dee-al) -- Having one foot. A plant that grows ...
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Anemone canadensis
... part shade Water: Medium to wet Maintenance: Low Locate this plant at MBG Plant Culture and Characteristics Sources for this plant View our source(s) Uses: Wildlife: Flowers: Leaves: Fruit: Hedge ... species. Noteworthy Characteristics: This spring-blooming (May-June) meadow anemone is a Missouri native plant that grows up to 2' tall and typically occurs (often in large colonies) along rivers next ...
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Plant Pathology Glossary
... plant tissue or region consisting of fluid-conducting tissue; for example, xylem and phloem. The term is also sometimes applied to a pathogen that grows primarily in the conducting tissues of the plant ...
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Gold Medal Plant Awards
... , fragrant bottlebrush inflorescence. It will survive in the shade although a plant that receives at least a half-day of sun will produce more ... (compact summer sweet) is a small growing, dense multi-stemmed shrub that grows to 4'-5' tall with a spread of 6'. A ... Ā¼ - Ā½' needles that are a very dark green and shiny. It is an elegant evergreen tree for Long Island landscapes that grows 50' to 60' ...
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Plant Details for Liriodendron tulipifera
... required) Browse the Plant Finder A-Z Plant Index Annuals Perennials Bulbs Roses Trees Shrubs Vines Plant Finder Home ... Plant Pests and Diseases Your Price:$19.97 COUNTRY GARDENS Magazine Country GardensTM is the what-to-plant, where-to-begin, what-to-do-next gardening magazine that ... that grows a black mold. Order NOW and get 2 FREE YEARS of Better Homes and GardensĀ® magazine and 2 FREE GIFTS! That ...
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The Succulent Plant Page: Glossary of Botanical Terms
... with a continuous margin without teeth, lobes or indentations. Ephemeral - a plant that completes its life-cycle in a very short time. Epicarp ... a part such as a leaf Epiphyte - a plant (or other organism) that grows on another for support, without drawing any nutrients from ... the Elder (23-79 AD), to have named a plant (probably Euphorbia resinifera) that he discovered on Mount Atlas in Morocco as " ...
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The Succulent Plant Page: Glossary of Botanical Terms
... common ancestor, but not including all the descendents of that common ancestor. See also: monophyletic, polyphyletic. Parasite - an organism that grows on or within another, drawing its nutrients from ... of pollen grains is characteristic of the plant species. Polyacantha - with many spines. Polyancistrus - with many hooks. Polycarpic - of a plant that flowers more than once in its lifetime. ...
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