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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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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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Esselean
Esselean
Heath Banksia
  Heath Banksia May 19, 2012
The Heath Banksia is an attractive shrub with bright orange/red flowers. It is a good bird attracting plant especially the nectar eating types. In summer when the flowers are dripping with nectar you can smell the almost sickeningly sweet scent a mile away. The nectar can be sucked from the flowers or flowers can be dunked in water to produce a sweet drink. Dead Banksia flowers are to some Australian kids what pine cones are to children in other parts of the world. Children love collecting the Heath Banksia
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Hariotsumi
Hariotsumi
Protea Pincushion
  Protea Pincushion May 13, 2012
Protea Pincushion
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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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usmc41371
usmc41371
Buffalo bur nightshade
  Buffalo bur nightshade July 21, 2011
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Buffalo bur nightshade
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weprather
weprather
Field Mustard
  Field Mustard May 22, 2011
Field Mustard
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lydiesmommy
lydiesmommy
White Asphodel
  White Asphodel April 09, 2011
White Asphodel
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christinaonska
christinaonska
Yellow Toadflax
  Yellow Toadflax September 22, 2010
Yellow Toadflax
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Thunder
Thunder
Marigold
  Marigold July 18, 2010
Medicinal Uses: The whole herb is anthelmintic, aromatic, digestive, diuretic, emmenagogue, sedative, and stomachic. It is used internally in the treatment of indigestion, colic, severe constipation, coughs, and dysentery. Externally, it is used to treat sores, ulcers, and eczema. Used to treat sore eyes and rheumatism. The leaves are harvested as required for immediate use during the growing season, whilst the flowering plant can be dried and stored for later use. A paste of the leaves is appli Marigold
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Thunder
Thunder
Coral Aloe
  Coral Aloe June 30, 2010
Cultivation: Aloe striata is a popular and most rewarding garden plant. It is relatively easy to cultivate under a wide variety of climatic conditions provided it is planted in a well-drained situation in full sun and given adequate water but not over-watered. It can withstand extreme frost and prolonged drought. This species is not only very showy when in flower but also during the rest of the year on account of its attractive foliage. Propagation: Seeds/ offsets in the spring through summer. Coral Aloe
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Thunder
Thunder
Sensitive Partridge Pea
  Sensitive Partridge Pea June 23, 2010
Traditional medicinal used among indigenous people, and were also used by early settlers, most notably the Shakers (Austin). Medicinal Uses: Not commonly used as a modern herbal, but the Cherokee and Seminole people used the plant in several ways medicinally including as a tonic for athletes to keep them from tiring (root). Seminole people also used a plant infusion to treat nausea and stomachaches, a decoction to treat urinary tract infections (Austin). The moistened, bruised leaves were used Sensitive Partridge Pea
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Moss Rose
  Moss Rose June 17, 2010
Moss Rose
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gardengeek
gardengeek
California Poppy
  California Poppy June 17, 2010
California Poppy
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Thunder
Thunder
Bird of Paradise
  Bird of Paradise June 10, 2010
It was first introduced to Europe in 1773, when it was grown at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Since then, it has been widely introduced around the world, including the Americas and Australia, growing well in any area that is sunny and warm The genus is named after the duchy of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, birthplace of Queen Charlotte of the United Kingdom, Queen Consort of King George III The Bird of Paradise flower can be cultivated in a place where the weather is mild, temperate or even warm. It Bird of Paradise
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Globe Mallow
  Globe Mallow June 10, 2010
It is a perennial shrub Globe Mallow
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Thunder
Thunder
Tulip Poplar
  Tulip Poplar May 29, 2010
Early North American explorers were impressed with the size of the tulip poplars discovered in the New World. Samples of the species were sent to Europe for cultivation and today tulip poplar is the most popular American tree grown in Europe. After the Civil War, railroads accessing southern Appalachia were built and the massive logging of tulip poplar ensued. The wood was used for canoes, ships, paper pulp and construction. The root is used as a lemon-like flavoring in spruce beer, where it a Tulip Poplar
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terrahbell
terrahbell
FREESIA
  FREESIA May 09, 2010
FREESIA
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terrahbell
terrahbell
JEWELWEED
  JEWELWEED May 09, 2010
USE FRESH MASHED JEWELWEED ON POISON IVY AND STINGING NETTLE RASH. YOU CAN ALSO MAKE SOAP FROM IT. I'M GOING TO TRY MAKING AN OINTMENT THIS YEAR. JEWELWEED
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Matrix Orange Pansy
  Matrix Orange Pansy April 29, 2010
Matrix Orange Pansy
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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
Red Lily
  Red Lily December 29, 2009
Red Lily
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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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heidbenati
heidbenati
Red and Orange Ixora Flower
  Red and Orange Ixora Flower October 25, 2009
Red and Orange Ixora Flower
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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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Blossom
Blossom
Dahlia
  Dahlia September 01, 2009
Dahlia
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heidbenati
heidbenati
Cashew Fruit
  Cashew Fruit August 30, 2009
The cashew (Anacardium occidentale; syn. Anacardium curatellifolium A.St.-Hil.) is a tree in the flowering plant family Anacardiaceae. Its English name derives from the Portuguese name for the fruit of the cashew tree, caju, which in turn derives from the indigenous Tupi name, acajú. It is now widely grown in tropical climates for its cashew "nuts" and cashew apples. It is a small evergreen tree growing to 10-12m (~32 ft) tall, with a short, often irregularly shaped trunk. The Cashew Fruit
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