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gardengeek
gardengeek
String of Bananas
  String of Bananas March 02, 2014
small, cinnamon-scented, white or off-white flowers String of Bananas
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christyhulin
christyhulin
Zinnia
  Zinnia August 18, 2013
Zinnia
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lucybelle
lucybelle
Tiger lily
  Tiger lily July 24, 2012
Tiger lily
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Shoshanna
Shoshanna
Portulaca
  Portulaca July 21, 2012
Portulaca
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Esselean
Esselean
Gazania
  Gazania July 08, 2012
[[http://www.hear.org/starr/images/image/?q=070320-5745&
o=plants]] [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gazania_rigens]]
Gazania
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dsfree0827
dsfree0827
Leaves look like corn plant with orange blooms
  Leaves look like corn plant with orange blooms May 22, 2012
Leaves look like corn plant with orange blooms
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MrFlores
MrFlores
Tulip
  Tulip April 16, 2012
Tulip
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davidberkeley
davidberkeley
African Cornflag (chasmanthe)
  African Cornflag (chasmanthe) April 08, 2012
African Cornflag (chasmanthe)
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jkoregan
jkoregan
Haemanthus coccineus (AFRICAN BLOOD LILY)
  Haemanthus coccineus (AFRICAN BLOOD LILY) March 16, 2012
spotted stem with no leaves & flowering in a shady spot in clumps Haemanthus occurs in widely varying habitats, mainly coastal scrub and rocky slopes, throughout the winter rainfall region of South Africa. One of the surprises of late summer, with flowerheads like bright shaving brushes popping up from underground bulbs, is Haemanthus coccineus which has a large number of variations and is one of 11 species of Haemanthus. Haemanthus coccineus (AFRICAN BLOOD LILY)
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PhotoCard62
PhotoCard62
Shrimp Plant
  Shrimp Plant March 23, 2011
Shrimp Plant
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Biocentric333
Biocentric333
Wallflower
  Wallflower October 24, 2010
Wallflower
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tktikara
tktikara
Orange and Red Lantana
  Orange and Red Lantana September 30, 2010
Orange and Red Lantana
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Thunder
Thunder
Sun Star
  Sun Star July 02, 2010
Cultivation: O. dubium is frost-tender and is best grown in containers but is not easy to flower the next season. The main soil requirement is excellent drainage, ample water in the spring. It is mainly grown for cut flower and flowering pot-plant production. Tolerates 36-90° F. 50-80° F is ideal. In dormancy, the bulbs below ground level can tolerate temperatures as low as 10° F. Propagation: You can propagate from bulb offsets. = Warning: Keep your pets attention of Sun Star
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Thunder
Thunder
Scarlet Globemallow
  Scarlet Globemallow June 26, 2010
Scarlet globemallow, a member of the mallow family (Malvaceae) was collected by Meriwether Lewis on July 20, 1806 along the Marias River in present-day Toole County. Medicinal Uses: Blackfoot Indians chewed these plants and applied the paste to burns, scalds, and external sores as a cooling agent. The roots were used to stop bleeding, and they were also chewed to reduce hunger when food was scarce. The leaves are slimy and mucilaginous when crushed, and they were chewed or mashed and used as p Scarlet Globemallow
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Thunder
Thunder
Spotted Jewelweed
  Spotted Jewelweed June 20, 2010
The Jewelweed plant has been used for centuries in North America by Native Americans and Herbalists, as a natural preventative and treatment for poison ivy and poison oak; and is a folk remedy for many other skin disorders. Jewelweed has long been recognized as an herbal remedy for the treatment of topical irritation. The juice (sap) of the jewelweed has been used by Native Americans, particularly those living in Appalachia, as a prophylactic against poison ivy rash and as a treatment after th Spotted Jewelweed
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gardengeek
gardengeek
California Poppy
  California Poppy June 17, 2010
California Poppy
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Thunder
Thunder
Tigar Lily
  Tigar Lily June 17, 2010
Companion Planting: It is not recommended to grown Lilium tigrinum if you are growing any other species as aphids will pass along numerous virus infections from Lilium tigrinum to your other plants. This is a “Typhoid Mary” in the garden. Susceptible also are all other plants growing from a bulb or tuberous root. Medicinal Uses: The bulb is anti-inflammatory, diuretic, emmenagogue, emollient and expectorant. They are used to relieve heart diseases, pain in the cardiac region and angina pectoris. Tigar Lily
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 Clivia
  Clivia May 31, 2010
The Bush Lily (Clivia) was first discovered around 28 September 1813 at the mouth of the Great Fish River in the Eastern Cape by the English naturalist William J Burchell. Around 1823 a botanical collector named James Bowie sent plants that were found in the same area to England. It was however only in October 1828 that the Kew botanist, John Lindley, described the Clivia nobilis and named it after Lady Charlotte Florentia Clive, Baroness of Northumberland, because a plant bought from a Mr Tate  Clivia
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Thunder
Daylily
  Daylily May 29, 2010
In China and Japan daylilies are used for cancer, arsenic poisoning, as a diuretic, for urinary tract disorders, uterine bleeding, and vaginal yeast infections and as an antibacterial A few flower petals are delicious in a salad. The buds are wonderful if still closed, and should be cooked like any other vegetable. Pick them just before they open, they’re a great taste added into stir fries, or in with snap peas, carrots, or green beans. The best tasting daylily is the early blooming yellow var Daylily
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Butterfly Weed
  Butterfly Weed May 28, 2010
In colonial America, dried leaves of butterfly weed and skunk cabbage were made into a tea to treat chest inflammations thus giving butterfly weed an alternative name: pleurisy root. Pleurisy root was listed in the American Pharmacopoeia and the National Formulary until 1936. The seed pods are edible, cooked when young, harvest them before the seed floss forms. Harvest flowers in bloom, also edible cooked, said to taste like sweet peas. Leaves and new buds are edible cooked like spinach. Native Butterfly Weed
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crishazel
crishazel
Tuliptree
  Tuliptree May 16, 2010
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liriodendron http://www.treehelp.com/trees/tuliptree/index.asp Tuliptree
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terrahbell
terrahbell
DAHLIA
  DAHLIA May 09, 2010
DAHLIA
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terrahbell
terrahbell
CALENDULA
  CALENDULA May 07, 2010
CALENDULA
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Matrix Orange Pansy
  Matrix Orange Pansy April 29, 2010
Matrix Orange Pansy
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heidbenati
heidbenati
Orange and Blue Heliconia
  Orange and Blue Heliconia January 06, 2010
Orange and Blue Heliconia
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Cycad Tree
  Cycad Tree January 05, 2010
Maybe: Cycas circinalis This is one of the more primitive trees on the planet. They are frequently confused with and mistaken for palms or ferns, but are only distantly related to both, and instead belong to the division Cycadophyta. Some are renowned for survival in harsh semi-desert climates, and can grow in sand or even on rock. They are able to grow in full sun or shade, and some are salt tolerant. Though they are a minor component of the plant kingdom today, during the Jurassic period the Cycad Tree
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Butterfly Weed
  Butterfly Weed January 05, 2010
Extracts in herbalism and by Native Americans were used as an expectorant for wet coughs and other pulmonary ailments. The plant looks similar to the Lanceolate Milkweed (Asclepias lanceolata), but is uniquely identified by the larger number of flowers, and the hairy stems that are not milky when broken. It is most commonly found in fields with dry soil. Butterfly Weed
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Canna Lily  - Yellow King Humbert
  Canna Lily - Yellow King Humbert December 29, 2009
Orange Yellow Lily Canna Lily  - Yellow King Humbert
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Blackberry Lily
  Blackberry Lily December 29, 2009
Even though it is called a lily it is actually in the Iris family. Blackberry Lily
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Blossom
Blossom
Chinese Trumpet Vine
  Chinese Trumpet Vine September 03, 2009
Trumpet Vine, also trumpet creeper, trumpet flower, or trumpet honeysuckle, common name for either of two species of woody vines with brilliant trumpet-shaped flowers that bloom in summer. The common trumpet vine, a hardy plant that can survive temperatures as low as -34° C (-29° F), is native to North America and the Chinese trumpet vine is native to Asia. Trumpet vines are deciduous perennials, meaning they lose their leaves each year and live for at least three years. The stem produ Chinese Trumpet Vine
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