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Plants of China Introduced to Western Gardens - Landscaping
Indeed, many of us have, at some point or other, lived on a property where at least one of the famous plants of China have graced the landscape. These plants  ...
Chinese Lantern Plants - Landscaping - About.com
Taxonomy classifies Chinese lantern plants as Physalis alkekengi (sometimes listed as P. franchetii). Other members of the Physalis genus include tomatillo (P.
Chinese Loropetalum Plant - a "Ruby" of a Shrub - Landscaping
Plant taxonomy classifies Chinese loropetalum as Loropetalum chinense. " Chinese fringe flower" is listed as a common name, but this is a case where the Latin ...
Invasive Plants Photos - Beware the Beautiful Barbarian
Photos of invasive plants can aid you in identifying them; nor are these lovely ... in the Orient brought back plants from China and elsewhere that had caught their  ...
Chinese Wisteria Plants and American Vines
My information on Chinese wisteria plants includes a comparison with equivalent American vines. The Asian plants are beautiful but slow to flower and invasive.
Bamboo Culture - Chinese Culture - About.com
Bamboo is one of the four favorite plants along with Chinese plum, orchid and chrysanthemum, the so-called Four Men of Honor by the Chinese.
Chinese New Year flower and plant - China Travel - About.com
The flower markets are buzzing in the lead-up to Chinese New Year and the arrangements just get more beautiful and outlandish. Every time I visit, it makes me ...
Rehmannia elata (Chinese Foxgloves) - Gardening - About.com
The common name of the perennial flower Rehmannia is Chinese Foxgloves, because the ... Maintenance: Plants should be deadheaded for continual bloom.
List of Worst Invasive Plants - Landscaping - About.com
Some of the worst invasive plants are pretty. ... the North American grower must distinguish between American wisteria vines and their Chinese counterparts.
Living Fossil Plants - Ginkgo, Metasequoia, Wollemia - Geology
Three 'living fossils' from the plant kingdom. ... Only cultivated trees survived, in Buddhist monasteries in China, until they were planted across Asia starting ...
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