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Stonecrop
... Stonecrop Stonecrop Family: Crassulaceae (Orpine family) Genus: Sedum Picture courtesy of Oregon ... ‘Autumn Joy’—but don’t forget other varieties of “showy stonecrop,” including ‘Pink Chablis’, ‘Carmen’, ‘Purple Emperor’ and ‘Brilliant ... , but most gardeners choose to leave the flower heads on their showy stonecrop long after the first frost has robbed them of color. The dried ...
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Ditch Stonecrop Penthorum sedoides medicinal herb picture
... Ditch Stonecrop Penthorum sedoides medicinal herb picture Alternative Nature Online Herbal, Educating about Medicinal Herbs since 1997 ... Remedies! Nature's Herbal Natural Mosquito & Insect Spray w/Catnip Based on actual research! Ditch Stonecrop Penthorum sedoides ditchstonecrop390.jpg Editor and Photographer Karen Bergeron 931 289 1909 Email: karen@altnature ...
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Sedum divergens- Spreading Stonecrop
Sedum divergens- Spreading Stonecrop Sedum divergens Spreading Stonecrop Family: Crassulaceae (Stonecrop family) Photo taken near Chatter Creek, Icicle Canyon, rocky outcrop, partially shaded 2002 Thayne Tuason Plant: Plant used as a laxative by the Okanagan and Thompson.
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Sedum lanceolatum... Lanceleaf Stonecrop
... Sedum lanceolatum... Lanceleaf Stonecrop Sedum lanceolatum Lanceleaf Stonecrop Family: Crassulaceae (Stonecrop family) Photo taken at Swauk Pass, dry openly wooded rocky slope 1999 Thayne Tuason Flowers: ...
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Sedum - stonecrop
... bronze foliage. Pink to rose flowers in late summer. Zones 4 - 8. Sedum kamtschaticum, Kamchatka stonecrop. 4 - 5". This sedum is a slow spreading, clumping type with tiny dark green, scalloped ... reddish stems, dark green leaves, and yellow-orange flowers. Zones 4 - 8. Sedum maximum, great stonecrop. 2'. This sedum has thick, oval leaves and pale yellow flowers. The variety atropurpureum has ...
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Sedum oreganum - OREGON STONECROP - Rainyside.com
... .com Plant Gallery and Growing Guide - Native Plants Sedum oreganum 1998 OREGON STONECROP Family: Crassulaceae Pronounced: SEE-dum or-reh-GAH-num Geographic Origin Pacific Northwest. Plant Group ...
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Sedum spathulifolium 'Purpureum' - STONECROP - Rainyside.com
... Sedum spathulifolium 'Purpureum' - STONECROP - Rainyside.com Plant Gallery and Growing Guide - Perennials Sedum spathulifolium 'Purpureum' 2005 STONECROP Family: Crassulaceae Pronounced: SEE-dum spath-ew-li-FO-lee-um Geographic Origin Pacific Northwest ...
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Angiosperm Families - Crassulaceae DC.
... ). • Technical details (Kalanchoe laciniata). Quotations There from his rocky pulpit, I heard cry The stonecrop: See how loose to earth I grow, And draw my juicy nurture from the sky ...
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Open Directory - Home: Gardening: Plants: S: Sedum
... Flora and Fauna: Plantae: Magnoliophyta: Magnoliopsida: Crassulaceae: Sedum (1) Dave's Garden: Kamschatca Stonecrop - Cultural information for this low-growing, yellow-flowered species (sedum kamtschaticum), and ... , in words and photos, the characteristics of oregon stonecrop, a hardy edible groundcover species. Plant of the Month: Stonecrop - Master gardener offers general culture, propagation, and ...
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Open Directory - Home:Gardening:Plants:S
... tender - commonly used in gardens. A frequently used common name for various sedum species is stonecrop. Copyright 1998-2005 Netscape Last update: 9:46 PT, Sunday, February 20, 2005 - edit ...
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