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Sagina - irish moss, scotch moss
... , scotch moss | home | | hostas | | perennials | | tools, books, & gifts | | FAQ | | nursery | | journal | | gardening forums | Sagina (suh-JEE-nuh). Irish moss, Scotch moss. - Soil: Average to rich, moist but well- ... 4 - 7 At the nursery: None Available by mail order: None Description and Cultural Information: Sagina subulata, Irish moss. 3 - 4". Irish moss is a dense, tufted groundcover with tiny, ...
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Angiosperm Families - Caryophyllaceae Juss.
... , Polycarpaea, Polycarpon, Polytepalum, Pseudostellaria, Pteranthus, Pycnophyllopsis, Pycnophyllum, Reicheella, Sagina, Sanctambrosia, Saponaria, Schiedea, Scleranthopsis, Scleranthus, Sclerocephalus, Scopulophila, Selleola, ... (Myosoton, Cerastium). • Alsinoideae (Stellaria, Moehringia). • Alsinoideae (Sagina, Honkenya, Moenchia, Arenaria, Spergularia). • Technical details (Agrostemma, ...
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... for germ. Sorghastrum nutans - Germination in less than two weeks at 68F, Spergula pilifera (Sagina) - Use 55-60F, germination should occure in 10-20 days, if not then put ...
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Valderoure Index of scientific names
... Raiponce Platanthera bifolia Lesser butterfly orchid Polygala nicaeensis Primula veris Cowslip Rosa pimpinefolia Burnet rose Sagina nodosa Knotted Pearlwort Salvia pratensis Meadow sage Sauge des prs Satureja montana Winter Savory Thymus ...
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Pearlwort
Pearlwort Species: Sagina nodosa Nom Franais: English Name: Knotted pearlwort flowering times: July - August > Notes: Tiny - 120-15mm high, flowers 5-10mm across 8th August 2004 Back to the index
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Iron Mt. Checklist
... var. denudata, southern honeysuckle Sambucus mexicana, Mexican elderberry Symphoricarpos mollis, creeping snowberry CARYOPHYLLACEAE - Pink Family Sagina decumbens ssp. occidentalis, western pearlwort Silene gallica*, common catchfly Silene laciniata, southern pink Siliene multinervia ...
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Irish Moss
... a parking strip on South Hill. So Sagina subulata it would be for me. Sagina subulata and Sagina subulata ‘Aurea’—Irish moss and ... -Laurent De Jussieu—in the modern system of plant nomenclature. Sagina in Latin means “fattening,” attesting to the fact ... growing conditions for forage crops—marked by the presence of Sagina subulata—than it does with the nutritional value of Irish moss ...
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Alpine Garden Society
... - new Login Register as a User Cumulative Index - S Choose from a topic/keyword below: Sagina Sagittaria Salazaria Salix Salvia Sambucus Samos Sanderson Sandersonia Sandstone Sandy Sandy soil Sanguinaria Sanguisorba Sanicula ...
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An Easy-Care Rock Garden—Designing With Durable and Delightful Perennials
... of gold) Cerastium tomentosum (snow in summer) Dianthus gratianopolitanus (cheddar pink) Phlox subulata (moss phlox) Sagina subulata (Irish moss) Sedum telephium ssp. ruprechtii 'Hab Gray' (stonecrop) Sempervivum tectorum (hens and chicks ...
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Berkeley Horticultural Nursery Gardening Suggestions
... thyme (Thymus serpyllum ‘Elfin’), mother of thyme (Thymus serpyllum), Irish moss or Scotch moss (Sagina subulata), chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile), blue star creeper (Laurentia fluviatilis), and green carpet (Herniaria glabra). The ...
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