**Blue Plumbago Flowering Shrubs**++Plumbago auriculata ‘Monott’++Plant

**Blue Plumbago Flowering Shrubs**++Plumbago auriculata 'Monott'++Plant

http://www.tytyga.com/Plumbago-auriculata-Monott-p/plumbago-auriculata-monott.htm Plumbago perennial shrubs, Plumbago auriculata ‘Monott’, grow into very beautiful shrubs and bushes that form flowers of blue, purple or rarely white. The Plumbago bush is easy to grow and blooms from late spring till Fall, but reaches its flowering peak in June and July. The Plumbago is salt water tolerant and is commonly planted as a perennial at Georgia coastal resorts.
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Indoor flowering marijuana plants at day 52. Avoiding Bud rot. Cooler temps. and flushing plants.

We’re looking at our indoor marijuana plants at day 52 of the cycle. I talk about how to avoid bud rot. The temperatures are lowered into the low 70’s to dense up the cannabis buds. 18 and over please.

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Flower feeding day 52

Water…..un pH’d……nothing in it. I’m on well water, but if I weren’t I would use a R.O. ( Reverse osmosis ) filter.

Hi /lo temps. 67 / 77 degrees. humidity 48%

Strains this run are: 2 Blue Dream
2 Land’s End
2 Jack Herer

Plants are in #10 pots. Pure Coco-Coir. Under 1000 w Hortilux Bulbs, with Lumatek digital ballast’s. 11.5 hours on / 12.5 hours off. Lights are dialed up to super lumen 1100 w.

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Best Flowering Perennials – Dwarf Garden Pink – Dianthus Neon Star

Dianthus Neon Star PP#14,549, is a dwarf garden pink that is a real “stop you in your tracks” plant. This little beauty makes tight compact mounds of silver-gray semi-evergreen foliage that in late spring & early summer is covered with vivid, flourescent pink flowers that are sweetly scented. Shear off faded blooms and it will re-bloom through to Autumn. Video by David Wilson, Overdevest Nurseries
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Please join me walking through my early June perennial flower & herb gardens. I have been harvesting plantain, lambsquarters, dandelion greens, Chives and wild onion for eating and rose petals and plantain for making on oil infusions. Thank you for visiting. www.larksperennials.com

Rhododendron campanulatum flowering shrubs, in high Himalaya

Wild flowering Rhododendron campanulatum shrubs above Dodital in May, 1994. Archival Himalayan flowers…

Rhododendron campanulata ssp. aeruginosum is a wild species rhododendron found in the Himalayan alpine regions of Northern India, Bhutan, and Nepal. It grows on the stony alpine slopes and ledges at altitudes of 12,000 to 14,500 feet. Rhododendrons are part of the heath family, like blueberries, cranberries, and heathers.

The evergreen, leathery leaves of
this plant can be as small as 1/4 of an inch, to over three feet in length. Their shapes can be very rounded or long and thin. The leaves grow alternately on the stem. The upper surface is dark green and glossy, while the undersides are fuzzy. The undersides are called indumentum, and can have many colors. Some are cinnamon colored while others are silver to white. R. campanulata ssp. aeruginosum is a low growing form of rhododendron, usually rounded in shape, and up to 4 feet tall. The leaves, which are 3 to 4 inches long, have a beautiful blueish metallic shine to them. Their indumentum starts out whitish when the leaves are young and turn a fawn color as they mature.

Rhododendron flowers grow in large trusses, or clusters, which can be up to 10 inches across. Each flower is shaped like a small bell about 1 – 1.5 inch long. They bloom from spring to early summer, and may be pink, white, red, purple, yellow, orange, or various shades of each. The flowers of Rhododendron campanulatum ssp. aeruginosum are a pink to purple color with some dark blotches.

There are over 900 different species of rhododendrons all over the world. Most of the species are found in Southeast Asia, from the Himalayas through Tibet, China, Thailand and Vietnam, to Malaysia, Indonesia, Phillipines and New Guinea.

Species rhododendrons live naturally in the wild, which means that man hasn’t interfered with the way they grow or look. The wild rhododendrons are found from sea level to 19,000 feet in elevation, and grow in many different habitats, including alpine regions, coniferous, and broadleaved woodlands, and even rainforests. They can grow from a few inches high to as high as 100 feet. The first of many rhododendrons which came from Asia was discovered by Captain Hardwicke in 1799. R. campanulatum was brought to England in 1825.

All parts of this plant contain a poison called grayanotoxin, but the leaves are the most poisonous part. Eating this plant can give you a severe stomach ache. It can also cause liver damage and pneumonia. If you have grazing animals, it is important to keep them away from your rhododendrons.

In the Himalayas rhododendrons are often found at the same elevation as the summer grazing pastures. Wood from the rhododendron is used for firewood and building materials by shepherds. Large stands are often clear cut, which leads to major soil erosion. Many areas where rhododendron forests used to grow no longer exist.

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http://www.tytyga.com/product/Indian+Hawthorn+Shrub The Indian Hawthorne bush begins flowering in early spring after the azaleas, and the blooms are pink or white on the evergreen foliage. The plant is cold hardy from zone 8 through 11 and is especially adapted for growing in the States of Georgia, Louisiana and Texas. The Indian Hawthorne plants can be planted close to an office or home building, or they can be lined along sidewalks and entrances.