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Rodgersia podophylla

Rodgersia podophylla

Rodgersia podophylla is part of the Saxifragaceae family of plants. It is native to Japan and Korea. It is also known as Rodger’s Bronze-Leaf, Rodgersia podophylla ‘Rodgers Bronze Leaf’, Rodgresia pinnata ‘Rodger’s Bronze Leaf‘. Rodgersia podophylla is a rhizomatous, herbaceous perennial. It is clump-forming. The foliage which starts as bronze later turns into a deep green. The leaves are jaggedly-lobed and palmate. They turn reddish-bronze in autumn. Rodgersia podophylla Rodgersia ...

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Rodgersia aesculifolia

Rodgersia aesculifolia

Rodgersia aesculifolia is from the Saxifragaceae family of plants. It is native to northern China. Rodgersia aesculifolia is a herbaceous clump-forming perennial. It is also known as Chestnut-leaved Rodgersia, The leaves look like horse-chestnut tree leaves and are deeply veined and palmately divided. Rodgersia aesculifolia Rodgersia aesculifolia flowers in the summer producing spikes or panicles of little creamy-white start-shaped flowers. Panicles could be as tall as 60cm or 2ft. I ...

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Aesculus hippocastanum

aesculus hippocastanum

Aesculus hippocastanum or the Horse Chestnut is part of the Sapindaceae family of plants which also includes lychee. It is also called Horse Chestnut Buckeye, Conker tree, or Spanish Chestnut. Aesculus hippocastanum is a large broad-crowned tree. It can grow up to 39m or 128ft. It is deciduous. Aesculus hippocastanum has a spreading dense canopy. It is native to the Balkans, more precisely to the Pindus Mountains. It is called ...

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Calycanthus chinensis

Calycanthus chinensis

Calycanthus chinensis or Sinocalycanthus chinensis is commonly known as Chinese Sweetshrub, Chinese Wax Shrub. It is part of the Calycatnaceae family of plants. It is native to Eastern China. Calycanthus chinensis is branding dense and deciduous shrub. It grows to 3m or 10ft tall. Calycanthus chinensis has large, glossy green, opposite foliage. The leaves are elliptical to obovate. They turn yellow in autumn. The flower is white, cup-shaped. It has ...

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Thalictrum polygamum

Thalictrum polygamum

Thalictrum polygamum or Thalictrum pubescens is also known as Tall Meadow Rue, Shining Grass, Musquash Weed, Quicksilver Weed, King of the Meadow, Rattlesnake bite, or Muskrat Weed. It is part of the Ranunculaceae or Buttercup family of plants. It is native to eastern North America. Thalictrum polygamum is a clump-forming herbaceous perennial. It grows in swamps, streamsides, and wetlands. It grows to about 2.5m or 8ft. Thalictrum polygamum It has ...

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Persicaria angustifolia var laxmannii

Persicaria angustifolia var laxmannii

Persicaria angustifolia var laxmannii is also known as Aconogonon angustifolium, Polygonum angustifolium or Knotweed. It is part of the Polygonaceae family of plants. It is native to Yunnan, China. Persicaria angustifolia var laxmannii is a deciduous, clump-forming, herbaceous, perennial. Persicaria angustifolia var laxmannii has green oval, eliptic foliage. It produces spikes of creamy-white flowers in summer and autumn. Persicaria angustifolia var laxmannii Persicaria angustifolia var laxmannii Plant Persicaria angustifolia var ...

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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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Fothergilla major

Fothergilla major

Fothergilla major is also known as Mountain Witch Alder or Large Witch Alder. It is part of the Hamamelidaceae family of plants. It is the Witch-hazel family. It is native to North America. More precisely it is native to the Allegheny Mountains in the southeast USA. Fothergilla major is hardy. It is a deciduous shrub. Fothergilla major is densely branching. It is named after John Fothergill (1712-1780). He was an ...

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Cornus kousa

Cornus kousa

Cornus kousa is also known as Benthamidia japonica, Dendrobenthamia japonica, Benthamia japonica, Cornus japonica, Benthamidia kousa, Chinese Dogwood, Korean Dogwood, Japanese Dogwood, Kousa, Szechuan Strawberry, or Kousa Dogwood. It is part of the Cornaceae family of plants. It is a small, deciduous tree. Cornus kousa is native to East Asia. Cornus kousa It has opposite oval leaves. It has small yellow-green flowers that are surrounded by four creamy white bracts. ...

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Hydrangea arborescens

Hydrangea arborescens

Hydrangea arborescens is also known as the Smooth Hydrangea, Wild Hydrangea, Sheep Flower, or Sevenbark. It is from the Hydrangeaceae family of plants. It is a deciduous shrub native to the eastern United States. Hydrangea arborescens can grow to 3m or 10ft. It flowers in late spring or early summer with creamy-white spherical heads of bracts and sterile flowers. The Hydrangea arborescens flowers change color to lime green as autumn ...

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