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A Modern Herbal - Editor's Introduction
... Latin word Valere. Surely it makes a garden more romantic and wonderful to know that Wallflowers, Irises, Lupins, Delphiniums, Columbines, Dahlias and Chrysanthemums, every flower in the garden from the first ...
botanical.com

Angiosperm Families - Cruciferae Juss.
... scent thee on the breeze (Moir, quoted by Ann Pratt, ‘Wild Flowers’ (1857) - of Wallflowers) And white and purple jiliflowers that stay Lingering in blossom summer half away And single ...
delta-intkey.com

English Delphiniums News, Alaskan Style
... plants by the hundreds as they bloom early alongside trollius and the great Himalayan poppy. Wallflowers - Cheiranthus cheiri acts as an biennial here although the Siberian wallflower, erysium asperum has sometimes ...
home.gci.net

English Cottage Gardens, Alaskan Style
... biennials that might make it through the winter. Planted here are stocks, hesperis, nicotiana, and wallflowers. The scents of these fragrant plants waft across the deck, especially after dusk when their ...
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Gypsy Jive Band
... the paper "Mosaic" says...."The Gypsy Jive Band is capable of converting the most hardened wallflowers into party animals". Eclectic Klezmer Blues - story: Top of page This tune started off as ...
wezel.com

Scarlet Windflower
... stuck with them in our living rooms. Take a look at some of the Grecian wallflowers (A. blanda), for example. Interestingly, the colors of autumn-blooming anemones are much more delicate ...
whatcom.wsu.edu

WSU Whatcom County Extension
... ) for more flower setting. It makes the plants also hardier for winter season pansies, violas, wallflowers and forget-me-nots. Sow either in a cold frame or in a sheltered, shady ...
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Fragrant Fare—A Selection of Traditional and Unusual Plants for the Scented Garden
... of chives, rosemary, and lovage, and the flower smells of bearded iris, clove pinks, and wallflowers all competed for access to my nostrils. I couldn't help but wonder: How and ...
www.bbg.org

Some Gastropod Resistant Plants - May/June 2003
... , penstemon, polemonium, potentilla, pulmonaria, rudbeckia, salvia, santolina, saxifrage, scabiosa, Shasta daisy, valerian, veronica, vinca minor, wallflowers (erysimum & cheiranthus). Shrubs & Vines Azaleas, camellias (new leaves may be vulnerable), ceanothus, fuchsia, grapes, hebe ...
www.berkeleyhort.com

16.cl
... . The long and narrow base of a sepal or petal (including labellum), as in pinks, wallflowers, and Orchids. 2. A sharp tool usually having three tines, used to weed and cultivate ...
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