Yucca is an evergreen perennial plant and tolerant against heat, cold and dry condition. Yuccas are widely planted as ornamental plant in USA especially western area for their specific foliage and bark and add strong impact to the gardens. Many species of Yucca bear edible parts such as flowers, seeds, fruits and flowering stems. And […]
Entries from September 2010
September 27th, 2010 · No Comments
Tags: Plant Others
September 25th, 2010 · No Comments
These green fruits are young ones of Fragrant Snowbell. We call this tree as 白雲木 (haku un boku) in Japan. 白雲木 means “tree of white cloud” because when the white flower bloomed fully, the tree looks like white cloud from distance. You can see the flower picture of Fragrant Snowbell here.
September 22nd, 2010 · No Comments
Delta Jazz Crapemyrtle grows up to 3m (10 feet) height and 1.5m (5 feet) width and prefer to grow in full sun or partial shade area and well drain garden soil. Delta Jazz Crapemyrtle grows moderately fast and if you need pruning, you’d better to do after flower blooming. This crapemyrtle bloom bright pink flowers […]
September 20th, 2010 · No Comments
Lantana Flowers and a butterfly (I don’t know the name of this butterfly). Like as this picture, Lantana attract butterflies well and often used this flower for butterfly garden. Here another photo for Lantana Flowers.
September 16th, 2010 · 1 Comment
Venus Flytrap is a carnivorous plant and many cultivars are sold in the markets. For successfully take care of them, you need strong acidic soil, high humidity and full or partial shade area. And this plant is often grown in a container for satisfy the previous condition easily. Venus Flytrap bloom white flowers in early […]
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September 11th, 2010 · No Comments
Autumn Fern prefers to grow in shade area and need moderately moist condition. You need rich soil but don’t add lime. This fern grows 90cm (3 feet) height and width and shows us beautiful evergreen (semi-evergreen) foliage through the year. We call fern as “羊歯 (Shida)” in Japan and we eat young shoot in spring […]