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Umbellatum

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Xeriscape expert leads landscaping, outdoor event
Many people haven't heard of one of her favorites that has it all: the sulphur flower, eriogonum umbellatum.
Gartenwetter Hochbeete in Schuss bringen
Nach dem heimischen, rahmfarben bl├╝henden Dolden-Milchstern (Ornithogalum umbellatum), auch als Stern von Bethlehem bezeichnet, bietet der Handel den aus S├╝dafrika stammenden Orangefarbenen Milchstern (Ornithogalum dubium) mit feuriger ...
Peyton Ellas commentary: Spring in the native plant garden
The two buckwheat that are most successful in central valley and foothill gardens are California (Eriogonum fasciculatum) and sulfur (E. umbellatum). They bloom in mid to late spring.
The Writerly Benefits of Getting a Dog
Steele, a fellow expat writer in Switzerland, wrote this heartwarming article for last week's National Dog Day.
The power of purple
Two remarkable trees that bear purple flowers are the exotic Wood of Life, also known as Lignum Vitae (Guaiacum officinale) and indigenous Ironwood (Memecylon umbellatum). The most striking purple fruit-bearing tree is the Java Plum (Syzigium cumini ...

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