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Daily Archives: November 25, 2020

Salvia confertiflora

Salvia confertiflora

Salvia confertiflora is also known as Sabra Spike Sage. It is part of the Lamiaceae family of plants. It is native to Brazil. Salvia confertiflora is a tender perennial but woody at the base. Protect it in the winter cold. The fragrant sage-scented foliage is ovate and dark green. It has serrated edges and velvety hairs. It produces tall red-brown spikes up to 2ft or 60cm with small red flowers ...

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Tithonia rotundifolia

Tithonia rotundifolia

Tithonia rotundifolia is also known as the Red Sunflower or Mexican Sunflower. It is part of the Asteraceae family of plants. It is native to North America. It is grown as an annual though in its native habitat it is a perennial. Tithonia rotundifolia can grow up to 1.8m or 6ft tall. It is a branching plant. It flowers in late summer and early autumn. Tithonia rotundifolia Tithonia rotundifolia produces bright orange flowers ...

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Rhodanthemum hosmariense

Rhodanthemum hosmariense

Rhodanthemum hosmariense or the Moroccan Daisy is native to the Atlas Mountains in Morocco. It is part of the Asteraceae family of plants. It is a woody deciduous spreading perennial. It forms a cluster of silver-gray leaves that blossom with small daisy-like flowers in late spring and summer and sometimes into autumn. Rhodanthemum hosmariense leaves are divided into lots of segments and almost feathery. The flowers are daisy-like white petals ...

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Staphylea pinnata

Staphylea pinnata

Staphylea pinnata is also known as European Bladdernut, Common Bladdernut, or Anthony Nut. It is part of the Staphyleaceae family of plants. Staphylea pinnata is native to Central Europe. Staphyle is from Greek meaning cluster, it could refer to the flowers. Staphylea pinnata Staphylea pinnata is a deciduous shrub. The foliage is pinnate and medium green. Staphylea pinnata flowers are fragrant, white panicles bell-shaped. The flowering season is late spring ...

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