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Lemon
  Lemon
The exact origin of the lemon has remained a mystery, though it is widely presumed that lemons first


Lilac
  Lilac
Lilacs in the United States date back to the mid 1750's. They were grown in America's first botanica


Tigar Lily
  Tigar Lily
Companion Planting: It is not recommended to grown Lilium tigrinum if you are growing any other spec


Summer Snowflake
  Summer Snowflake
The violet scented spring snowflake is dedicated to St. Agnes, the patron saint of young virgins du


Polyanthus Primrose
  Polyanthus Primrose
There primroses are a hybrid cross between the cowslip (Primula veris) and the English primrose (Pri


Korean Spice Viburnum
  Korean Spice Viburnum
In prehistory, the long straight shoots of some viburnums were used for arrow-shafts, as those found


Madagascar Jasmine
  Madagascar Jasmine
Cultivation: Propagation is by cuttings or by the seeds, which are produced irregularly. Seeds are p


Crocus
  Crocus
The first crocus seen in the Netherlands, where Crocus species are not native, were from corms broug


Bearded Iris
  Bearded Iris
In Tuscany and other parts of Italy, large districts are given over to the cultivation of these thre


Mexican Primrose
  Mexican Primrose
Cultivation: Pink evening primrose will grow nicely in poor soil. Plants are late to emerge in the s


Moth Mullein
  Moth Mullein
Cultivation: Moth Mullein is an adaptable plant that usually grows in full sunlight, moist to dry co


Hyacinth
  Hyacinth
Cultivation: Easily grown in a well-drained sandy soil in full sun. Prefers a moderately rich soil.


Hearts Ease
  Hearts Ease
The Pansy is one of the oldest favorites in the English garden and the affection for it is shown in


Heal All
  Heal All
Prunella Vulgaris, or Heal All Plant, has been used for over 500 years for all kinds of wounds, open


Cauliflower
  Cauliflower
Cauliflower traces its ancestry to the wild cabbage, a plant thought to have originated in ancient A


Angel Face
  Angel Face
Before the late 1990's few people had ever grown Angelonia. Now it is a staple bedding plant all acr


Cape Daisy
  Cape Daisy
Cultivation: Plants prefer a warm and sunny position and rich soil, although they tolerate poor soil


Celosia
  Celosia
We have been growing and enjoying them in North America since the 18th century. Although reportedly


Birdseye Speedwell
  Birdseye Speedwell
The genus name Veronica is of apparent unknown derivation. It may refer to Saint Veronica of Christi


Butterfly Bush
  Butterfly Bush
Medicinal Uses: Febrifuge. The flowers and flower buds are antispasmodic, slightly cholagogue and op


Catawba Rhododendron Album
  Catawba Rhododendron Album
The first written account of rhododendrons goes back to the 4th Century B. C. in Greece. It relates


Yellow Pond Lily
  Yellow Pond Lily
Medicinal Uses: Spatterdock was long used in traditional medicine, with the root applied to the skin


Adam's Needle
  Adam's Needle
Medicinal Uses: A root poultice or salve treats skin sores and sprains. A decoction may be used to e


Spanish Bayonet
  Spanish Bayonet
Food Uses: the immature fruit is cooked. A bitter taste, but most of the bitterness is in the skin.


Evening Primrose
  Evening Primrose
Mwdicinal Uses: Used by the Navajo: Compound infusion of plants used as a wash for sore skin Used by


Wormwood Absinthe
  Wormwood Absinthe
It is an ingredient in the spirit absinthe, and also used for flavouring in some other spirits and w


Peyote
  Peyote
It is well known for its psychoactive alkaloids, particularly mescaline. It is used world wide as an


Red Clover
  Red Clover
Historically, tea made of the red clover flower has been used as an antispasmodic, expectorant, a mi


Crimson Clover
  Crimson Clover
First brought to the United States from Italy in 1819 It has been introduced into the United States,


Agave
  Agave
Agave americana, century plant, was introduced into Europe about the middle of the 16th century and


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