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justgardeners.com
... early fall, followed by brilliant autumn color. Parrotia -- Grown chiefly for its fall coloration, leaves of Persian ironwood often turn varying shades on a single plant. Stewartia -- Camellia ... valley. One common form has leaves mottled and speckled with pink and cream. Mahonia -- Tough, evergreen shrubs related to barberries, with yellow blossoms and spiny leaves that often turn ruddy purple ...
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The Cycad Pages
... thrive and look attractive. These all have the added advantage of lacking spines, prickles or spiny leaves. A critical factor in maintaining healthy indoor cycads is maintaining a moist but not wet ...
plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au

Brooklyn Botanic Garden: An Indoor Succulent Garden—Welcome the Warmth and Wonder of the Desert into Your Home
... green leaves and yellow flowers at maturity. Kalanchoe eriophylla A low, clumping groundcover with fuzzy white leaves and pink flowers. Aloe dorothea A small groundcover with a star-shaped rosette and spiny leaves, which are medium green in summer and red in winter. Kalanchoe uniflora A mat-forming succulent with light green leaves and pale salmon flowers. ...
www.bbg.org

Holly
... evergreen, and well-loved for its bright red fruits and glossy, spiny leaves. It can grow to 50 ft. in the wild. Hardy in ... , Meserve holly - An evergreen with shiny dark bluish-green leaves on purple stems. The leaves are edged with coarse tears, and the female plant ... a tea made from the dried leaves of this plant; however, if tea is made from fresh leaves it induces severe gastric distress, hence ...
www.bonsai-bci.com

BSQ Home Page
... with spiny leaves and berry-like fruit containing wet seeds. The subfamily Pitcairnioideae are the most primitive bromeliads, descended from the grass family. Nearly all are terrestrial. Most have spiny leaves. ... . Plants growning in insufficient light will usually have long, straggly and dark green leaves, as they try to compensated for the additional light requirements. Temperature In our ...
www.bromsqueensland.com

CPC Plant Profile - National Collection of Endangered Plants
... ssp. pinnatisecta The Sacramento prickle-poppy produces attractive, grapefruit-sized white flowers while spiny leaves and fruits protect the plant from many predators. This species is found along ... August. Another subspecies, Argemone pleiacantha ssp. pleiacantha, is considered common. This subspecies has leaves that are less deeply divided, capsule spines that are more dense, and branched ...
www.centerforplantconservation.org

Perennials - Acanthus spinosus
... , Piedmont, Coastal Plain Comments Bear's breeches makes a bold architectural statement with its large, spiny leaves, which served as the pattern for the design on Greek Corinthian columns. Origin Europe Prepared ...
www.ces.ncsu.edu

Acanthophoenix rubra a spiny palm also known as the red palm
... dark brown as it matures. Leaf type: Pinnate (feather shape), spiny leaves, (young plants shed their spines as they mature); glaucous underside ... -day sun; inland, limited sun as tolerated. General Description: A spiny, single trunk-palm that is exotic and unusual. Other Notes: ... worth a try. Further Data: See Spiny Palm article for more info on other spiny palm trees. Palm for sale/Availability: ...
www.junglemusic.net

Angiosperm Families - Didiereaceae Radlk. ex Drake
... spiny short-shoots in the leaf axils of the long-shoots). Switch-plants; with the principal photosynthesizing function transferred to stems and ‘cactoid’ (or ‘euphorbioid’). Leaves well developed (but small), or much reduced. Plants succulent (the younger long-shoots succulent, becoming woody with age, the short-shoots spiny). Leaves small; alternate; simple. Lamina entire. Leaves ...
delta-intkey.com

Spiny Rose Gall
... Spiny Rose Gall Spiny Rose Gall GardenLine | Yard & Garden | Spiny Rose Gall Galls are abnormal plant growths resulting from activity of the tiny, non-stinging cynipid wasps - (Diplolepis bicolor). Rose galls occur on leaves or stems of the rose plant and are specific to the species of gall maker. The spiny rose gall is round with many pink ...
gardenline.usask.ca




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