Meconopsis x sheldonii 'Lingholm' - Blue Poppy, Himalayan Poppy Meconopsis x sheldonii 'Lingholm' - Blue Poppy, Himalayan Poppy
Meconopsis x sheldonii Lingholm (also known as Himalayan Blue Poppy) is a very robust poppy. It is native to eastern Tibet, eastern Nepal to India and Bhutan. In the summer, shallow-cupped, rich blue flowers appear that are 4 to 5 inches across. The anthers are a golden yellow colour … | 08.06. 2007
Melissa officinalis - Lemon Balm Melissa officinalis - Lemon Balm
Heirloom - Medicinal 18-24 in. Hardy Perennial | Pleasant, lemon-scented leaves make a delightfully tasty tea, said to be calming for children and helpful for stomach upsets. In the 14th century, the French King Charles V drank this tea daily to stay healthy. Best begun in flats indoors … | 29.01. 2008
Mentha pulegium - English Pennyroyal Mentha pulegium - English Pennyroyal
Pennyroyal Mentha pulegium Rare - Heirloom - Medicinal 6-12 In. Hardy Perennial Strongly aromatic with a menthol-mint aroma. A hardy ground cover used since early Greek times as an insect repellant. Tiny pale-purple flowers bloom from July to August. Zones 5-9 … | 10.09. 2007
Merremia tuberosa - Wood rose Merremia tuberosa - Wood rose
A slender perennial vine with leaves divided into five to seven narrow lobes. The flowers are yellow, followed by a smooth round capsule, surrounded by five petal-like sepals. Native to Asia; naturalized and cultivated in Hawaii … | 14.09. 2007
Mespilus germanica - common medlar Mespilus germanica - common medlar
The Common Medlar is a large shrub or small tree. In Middle Europe it grows up to 3 m tall. It has luxuriant dark green foliage, elliptic, 8–15 cm long and 3–4 cm wide. The leaves turn a spectacular red in autumn before falling. The five-petalled white or pinkish flowers are produced …
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Metasequoia glyptostroboides - dawn redwood Metasequoia glyptostroboides - dawn redwood
Dawn redwood is a rare deciduous conifer with bright green opposite needles that fade to coppery-golden in the autumn. It was believed to be extinct for centuries. Until first specimen were brought from China in 1941 and propagated throughout the world. This fast growing tree of pyramidal …