- Bring shade to your aid
- The Brazilian walking iris (Neomarica gracilis) is one of the toughest garden plants. In spring, many blue and white iris-like flowers are produced on arching stems above the strappy leaves.
- Falling for nature's traps
- “We also have the N. ampullaria with its flask shape and small lid and N. gracilis, which is a lowland pitcher plant that has thin peristomes,” he explained.
- New approach leads to end of the lawn
- I lined both sides of my back yard with two bamboo varieties — malingensis and gracilis. They quickly provided plenty of privacy. Next, I surrounded my three shade trees (bulnesia) with bromeliads.
- Gardening For The Record: Walking Iris A 'Jewel' Of A Pass-Along
- This is the lead in to my newest passalong — a walking iris (Neomarica gracilis), thanks to sister-in-law Phyllis, who is a regular reader of “Gardening for the Record” and who lives in the Louisiana town made famous by the movie “Steel Magnolias.”.
- Scurry champion Brogan Tee Bone is retired
- BROGAN TEE BONE, who returned from serious injury to win the Scurry Cup at Belle Vue last October, has been retired after damaging a gracilis muscle in a pre-Trainers' Championship trial at Sittingbourne last week. The Hayley Keightley-trained August ...
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