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American Daffodil Society - Daffodil FAQs
... rule, but not always, jonquil species and hybrids are characterized by several yellow flowers, strong scent, and rounded foliage. The hybrids are confined to Division 7 and the term "jonquil" should ... they will usually do well in the company of shallow-rooted, trailing plants, such as myrtle, foamflower (Tiarella cordifolia), or creeping phlox (Phlox stolonifera). Back to Top Why should I exhibit ...
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Hosta Registrations LRC (1969-1991)
... hybrid H. 'Heartsong' Walters Gardens 1984 R SM gr,cre 'Candy Hearts' sport H. 'Heaven Scent' Walters Gardens 1988 R M dgr,ye Y plantaginea sport H. 'Helen Doriot' David Reath ... Williams' H. 'Ming Jade' Ursula Syre-Herz 1987 R ML dgr unknown H. 'Minnesota Weather' Myrtle Kiehne 1980 R S str,dgr,w 'Francee' sport H. 'Minnie Bell' Ralph H. Benedict ...
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Magnolia Plaza
... through BBG: Bluebell Wood Celebrity Path Cherry Esplanade Children's Garden Cranford Rose Garden Crape-Myrtle Walk Daffodil Hill Discovery Garden Fragrance Garden Herb Garden Home Composting Exhibit Iris and Peony ... garden of magnificent trees spread in front of the beaux arts Administration Building. The sweet scent and showy blossoms of magnolias are among the early signs of spring at Brooklyn ...
www.bbg.org

Daffodil FAQs
... rule, but not always, jonquil species and hybrids are characterized by several yellow flowers, strong scent, and rounded foliage. The hybrids are confined to Division 7 and the term "jonquil" should ... they will usually do well in the company of shallow-rooted, trailing plants, such as myrtle, foamflower (Tiarella cordifolia), or creeping phlox (Phlox stolonifera). Back to Top Why should I exhibit ...
www.daffodil.org

Floridata: A Gardener's Journal - September 2003
... area too. On the last evening of the month my nose detected another sweet scent - it was the night-blooming jasmine (Cestrum nocturnum) at last in bloom! The night ... Confederate rose firebush night cestrum plumbago sasanqua shrimp plant tree ivy Trees chaste tree crape myrtle loquat Vines allamanda Brazilian nightshade mandevilla moonflower morning glory pandorea cypress vine scrambling skyflower ...
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Floridata: A Gardener's Journal - February 2002
... "A list" of bird treats! Very early in the winter the fruits of the wax myrtle (Myrica cerifera) and Grancy Greybeard (Chionanthus virginicus) were quickly gobbled up by our resident birds ... a boar they still seem to have a genetically imprinted instinct that awakens at the scent of wild hog. These piney hogs as they are also called are nasty looking creatures ...
www.floridata.com
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Eucalyptus
... grows rapidly, often over 10 feet per year, and because of its unique Vicks VapoRub scent, it is useful in controlling insect pests including aphids. Once established in a proper setting ... plant that for sure won't do well anyway. Eucalyptus is a member of the Myrtle family, and is also known by the names Blue Gum Tree and Fever Tree. The ...
www.gardensablaze.com

About the UK National Herb Centre at Warmington, near Banbury
... , bistro,cafe, guided walks, raised beds, garden centre, free entrance, free parking,plants,bushes,rosemary,myrtle,anise,parsley,rosemary,sage,thyme,chervil,oregano,marjoram,savory,basil,chives,hyssop,borage,coriander,lavender ... show how they can enhance any garden, with their wide selection of colours and tantalising scent. Take a walk along the nature trail where you will see flora, fauna and wild ...
www.herbcentre.co.uk

Myrtus communis compacta Dwarf Myrtle
... instead of the brier shall come up the myrtle tree. Isaiah 55:13. Myrtle is the symbol of divine generosity. According to ... a delicate scent. Dwarf Sweet Myrtle takes pruning well and is suitable for hedges, topiaries and containers. Dwarf Sweet Myrtle is ... Characteristics: Full/Part Sun, Evergreen Uses: Culinary, Fragrant Ornamental Dwarf Myrtle $3.95 per 3 inch pot Quantity Internet Specials ...
www.mountainvalleygrowers.com

Wax myrtle
... distinctive, fragrant scent comes from volatile oils contained in tiny glands on the leaves. These oils cause waxmyrtle to ignite in a flash in a fire, making wax myrtle a very flammable ... quail, various waterfowl, catbirds, thrashers, bluebirds, vireos, and warblers are all frequent visitors to wax myrtle thickets. The berries are the main food for wintering tree swallows in Florida. Wildlife is ...
www.sfrc.ufl.edu




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