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Dinglydell
Dinglydell
Dragon Arum
  Dragon Arum June 09, 2011
Dragon Arum
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Black-eyed Susan Vine
  Black-eyed Susan Vine March 25, 2011
Black-eyed Susan Vine
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ladydeath
ladydeath
Aeonium Tree
  Aeonium Tree March 19, 2011
Aeonium Tree
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Thunder
Thunder
Arabian Star of Bethlehem
  Arabian Star of Bethlehem July 02, 2010
Cultivation: Monitor soil moisture all season, watering as needed. Feed biweekly with a balanced, soluble fertilizer, following package directions. After flowering, stop feeding, and reduce watering. Do not deadhead until all flowering has stopped. After leaves yellow, cut off foliage. In Zones 8 and colder, dig bulbs, and store in a cool spot (40°F), in shallow boxes filled with dry soil, peat, and sand. Propagation: In spring, set bulbs 2-3 inches deep, and 4-5 inches apart for cut flowe Arabian Star of Bethlehem
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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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Thunder
Thunder
Tulip
  Tulip June 02, 2010
The word tulip, which earlier in English appeared in such forms as tulipa or tulipant, entered the language by way of French tulipe and its obsolete form tulipan or by way of Modern Latin tulīpa, from Ottoman Turkish tülbend, "muslin, gauze". (The English word turban, first recorded in English in the 16th century, can also be traced to Ottoman Turkish tülbend.) Bulbs crushed and mixed with honey: External use only to relieve noxious swellings such as boils, ulcers (d Tulip
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babylorox
babylorox
Sunflower
  Sunflower May 15, 2010
Sunflower
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heidbenati
heidbenati
Yellow Passion Fruit, Maracuja
  Yellow Passion Fruit, Maracuja September 27, 2009
In Brazil, passion fruit mousse is a common dessert, and passion fruit seeds are routinely used to decorate the tops of certain cakes. Passion fruit juice is also very common. Yellow Passion Fruit, Maracuja
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heidbenati
heidbenati
Abiu
  Abiu September 03, 2009
The fruit of the abiu tree is edible and is eaten out of hand in most cases. In Colombia, it is advised that if you eat the fruit, you grease your lips before eating it in order to keep the gummy latex from sticking to their lips. The fruit of the abiu is also used in ice cream. It can be cut up and put in yogurt for a light and delicious breakfast. Another way to serve the abiu is to scoop out the flesh and sprinkle a little limejuice on it to bring out the flavor, and then chill it. There are Abiu
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heidbenati
heidbenati
Yellow Pitahaya, Pitava
  Yellow Pitahaya, Pitava September 01, 2009
Closely related to Hylocereus setaceus but otherwice quite isolated within Hylocereus. Is intermediate between Selenicereus and Hylocereus. Recent research suggest that this species originated as a hybrid between species of Hylocereus and Selenicereus (see references). The two species possibly involved, as being native in the same area, are Hylocereus costaricensis and Selenicereus inermis. An easily cultivated, fast growing plant. Needs a compost containing plenty of humus and sufficient mois Yellow Pitahaya, Pitava
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heidbenati
heidbenati
Tamarillo
  Tamarillo August 30, 2009
Prior to 1967, the tamarillo was known as the "tree tomato" in New Zealand, but a new name was chosen by the New Zealand Tree Tomato Promotions Council in order to distinguish it from the ordinary garden tomato and increase its exotic appeal. The choice is variously explained by similarity to the word "tomato", the Spanish word "amarillo", meaning yellow, and a variation on the Maori word "tama", for "leadership". It is still called Tree T Tamarillo
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fadinha_green
fadinha_green
Orange Cosmos, Sulfur Cosmos, Yellow Cosmos
  Orange Cosmos, Sulfur Cosmos, Yellow Cosmos July 22, 2009
Cosmos sulphureus' native habitat is Central America. This species of Cosmos is considered a half-hardy annual, although plants may re-appear via self-sowing for several years. Its foliage is opposite and pinnately divided. The plant height varies from one to seven feet. The original and its cultivars appear in shades of yellow, orange, and red. It is especially popular in Korea and Japan, where it is often seen in mass plantings along roadsides. This plant was declared invasive by the Unite Orange Cosmos, Sulfur Cosmos, Yellow Cosmos
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Western Coneflower
  Western Coneflower July 09, 2009
this species lacks showy, yellow ray flowers. Rudbeckia occidentalis ‘Green Wizard’ Western Coneflower
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Burgandy Shredded Tulip
  Burgandy Shredded Tulip May 10, 2009
Burgandy Shredded Tulip
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fadinha
fadinha
Opium Poppy, Papoila-dormideira
  Opium Poppy, Papoila-dormideira April 30, 2009
Opium Poppy, Papoila-dormideira
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Orange Tulips
  Orange Tulips April 21, 2009
Orange Tulips


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