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Sanguinaria canadensis Random fun facts: – Sanguinaria means bloody. This name comes from the fact that all parts exude orange-red sap when injured or broken. – This flower is a member of the poppy family. The Specs: Family: Papaveraceae Genus: Sanguinaria Species: canadensis Common Name: Bloodroot Region of Origin/Nativity: North America Characteristics: This clump forming […]

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Elaeagnus pungens (note: all the photos on this page are specifically the cultivar ‘Maculata’) Random fun facts: – This is a commonly used highway plant in area’s where other plants will not grow – specifically in area’s with pollution and dry and sandy soils. – E. pungens is a great selection for coastal homes or […]

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Cunninghamia lanceolata ‘Glauca’ Random fun facts: – It is one of the most important fast-growing timber tree’s of China. – The wood is strongly resistant to rot and is (said) to be easy to work with. It’s is used in building bridges, buildings, and ships. The Specs: Family: Cupressaceae Genus: Cunninghamia Species: lanceolata Cultivar: ‘Glauca’ […]

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Edgeworthia chrysantha Random fun facts: – High quality paper is produced from this wood of this plant, hence the common name. – This considered a specimen plant and it’s recommended to plant it by a high traffic area so you can enjoy the month long fragrance while it blooms. The Specs: Family: Thymelaeaceae Genus: Edgeworthia […]

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