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Full size picture of Dancing Ladies Ginger, Dancing Girls Ginger, Jungle Jewels Ginger (<i>Globba winitii</i>)

Full size picture of Dancing Ladies Ginger, Dancing Girls Ginger, Jungle Jewels Ginger (<i>Globba winitii</i>)

Rodadendron

Rodadendron

Pieris Temple Bells: best for those with acid soils.

Pieris Temple Bells: best for those with acid soils.

Magnolia 'Betty'

Magnolia 'Betty'

Tropicals - night blooming jasmine

Tropicals - night blooming jasmine

Oenothera biennis, evening primrose. Evening primroses are prized for their ephemeral flowers that open at night and fade by dawn, and for their delicate fragrance that fills the air at dusk. They are happiest in a sunny, well-drained border or wildlife garden, and as the name suggests, are biennial. The flowers are an important source of nectar for bees and other insects and the seeds are used commerically for making evening primrose oil.

Oenothera biennis, evening primrose. Evening primroses are prized for their ephemeral flowers that open at night and fade by dawn, and for their delicate fragrance that fills the air at dusk. They are happiest in a sunny, well-drained border or wildlife garden, and as the name suggests, are biennial. The flowers are an important source of nectar for bees and other insects and the seeds are used commerically for making evening primrose oil.

Azalea Shammarello 'Elsie Lee' Azalea Elsie Lee

Azalea Shammarello 'Elsie Lee' Azalea Elsie Lee

Curcuma alismatifolia ‘Kimono Deep Rose’ - Google Search

Curcuma alismatifolia ‘Kimono Deep Rose’ - Google Search

Asclepias-Butterfly Milkweed - Help rebuild the Monarch butterfly's habitat with this showy, easy-to-grow plant. As the host of choice for this delicate insect, its leaves are the singular food source to the Monarch larvae. The Butterfly milkweed's bright orange-hued blooms are a rich source of pollen and nectar, attracting hummingbirds, bees and other beneficial insects. Widespread and well-adapted, it is native to all but 6 of the contiguous 48 states. Plant this long-lived perennial, and…

Asclepias-Butterfly Milkweed - Help rebuild the Monarch butterfly's habitat with this showy, easy-to-grow plant. As the host of choice for this delicate insect, its leaves are the singular food source to the Monarch larvae. The Butterfly milkweed's bright orange-hued blooms are a rich source of pollen and nectar, attracting hummingbirds, bees and other beneficial insects. Widespread and well-adapted, it is native to all but 6 of the contiguous 48 states. Plant this long-lived perennial, and…

Little Emperor™ Japanese Blueberry - (eg) possibly needed for height

Little Emperor™ Japanese Blueberry - (eg) possibly needed for height

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