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Jasminum Mesnyl

Jasminum Mesnyl

Digital art/Illustration by Natalia Maroz, of Ukraine

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Mountain Laurel If you take a springtime drive through the Appalachian Mountains you may see wild mountain laurels in flower on hillsides and meadows. This spectacular native evergreen shrub makes a great landscape plant sporting large clusters of cup-shape rose or white flowers with purple markings. It prefers a rich, slightly acid soil and makes a wonderful companion for azaleas and rhododendrons. Mountain laurel is also rabbit- and deer-resistant. Botanic Name: Kalmia latifolia Light…

Shrubs for Shady Spots

Mountain Laurel - If you take a springtime drive through the Appalachian Mountains you may see wild mountain laurels in flower on hillsides and meadows. This spectacular native evergreen shrub makes a great landscape plant sporting large clusters of cup-s

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***This Spring Blooming Oriental Poppy, Papaver Orientale is a perennial flowering plant native to the Caucasus, North Eastern Turkey and Northern Iran, not the Orient as the name would seem to indicate.

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"Hailey, summon the dark one." Tea's face was dead serious.  I turned on my phone and typed in the password, 6842. It went straight to messages. I tapped on Reese's name and texted her: come now. im ready.

"Hailey, summon the dark one." Tea's face was dead serious. I turned on my phone and typed in the password, 6842. It went straight to messages. I tapped on Reese's name and texted her: come now. im ready.

Goldfish plants derive their name from the unusual shape of their flowers which, with some imagination, resemble fish. The following article will help you with tips on growing and caring for this plant.

Goldfish Plant Care: Growing And Caring For Goldfish Plants

Columnea gloriosa - Lipstick Plant, Goldfish Plant, Dolphin Plant Family: Gesneriaceae Native to Costa Rica Grown by my friend Madelon, this is an interesting plant 1029

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