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Kelsey's hardy American plants and Carolina mountain flowers by Harlan P. Kelsey (Firm); Kelsey, Harlan P; Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection.
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Topics: Catalogs, Flowers, Massachusetts, Nursery stock. Pale Purple Coneflower. There are a boatload of coneflower varieties on the market, but one great, underused variety is pale purple coneflower.
This top-notch plant bears pink flowers in mid-summer. The bloom color is enhanced by the dark, raspberry-red cones at the center of each bloom. Note: Like many coneflowers.
2) Carolina Lupine, Thermopsis villosa. Native to the mountains, Carolina Lupine thrives in full sun and well-drained soil. The showy, yellow spires of its sweetpea-like flowers make the lupine a tough plant in the spring. It reaches four feet tall.
Wayside Gardens always has a great selection of plants, and lots of great new introductions each year. Their website/catalog provides great information about their plants. I have been shopping with Wayside for the 30+ years I have owned my house.
I am really looking forward to adding these plants. Kelsey's hardy native American plants, azaleas, rhododendrons, specimen evergreens, Carolina mountain flowers: Fall and Spring / View Metadata By: Harlan P.
Kelsey (Firm) - Kelsey, Harlan P. - Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection. The Illustrated Book of Wildflowers and Shrubs: The Comprehensive Field Guide to More Than 1, Plants of Eastern North America by William Carey Grimm, and John T.
Kartesz Stackpole Books, Revised and Updated edition The USDA Hardiness Zone Map divides North America into 11 separate planting zones; each growing zone is 10°F warmer (or colder) in an average winter than the adjacent zone.
If you see a hardiness zone in a gardening catalog or plant description, chances are it refers to this USDA map. Native all along the Eastern seaboard, Carolina lupine is a tough plant that offers showy pea-like flowers in spring and fuzzy foliage.
It's a good-sized plant that has a nice presence in the middle of the border. Name: Thermopsis villosa. Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil.
Size: To 4 feet tall. Zones: Cliff larkspur, or delphinium, is a flowering perennial that can be found growing low to the ground in mountain climates. It is a member of the buttercup family and has blue and white blooms.
This flower is considered toxic to both animals and people, so it is. This North American native has been eaten and used as medicine for hundreds of years. Look for the daisy-like flower that features petals popping out of a prickly center cone. Edible parts: You can eat the leaves and petals of this edible wild plant.
Flavor: This has a perfumed, floral taste and aroma. Bee Balm, (aka Bergamot, or Oswego Tea), wild flower from the Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina.
In a state park north of Asheville, NC, we found waterfalls, and along the side of a path, a cluster of Bee Balm plants with these beautiful red, star shaped flower. Genus species name is Monarda didyma pins. Plant them high (like azaleas and rhododendrons) and don't let them be crowded by other plants or competing roots.
Mulch plants instead of cultivating; feed every 3 to 4 weeks during the growing season with acid fertilizer, fish emulsion, or blood meal. Prune to remove straggly branches and faded flowers. The best climbing roses have a wild side.
Consider the one in my backyard. It covers a large crab apple tree that I disdain but for one attribute: it is the best “trellis” around.
I am probably committing some horrible gardening offense by letting the rose take over. But the wildness of climbing roses and ramblers is what makes them magic.
The 11 Best Wild Edible Plants 1) Dandelions. We are all familiar with this common lawn weed, but few people realize that this plant can be eaten from top to bottom. The yellow flower can be pulled from the plant and eaten raw.
Leafs and roots can also be eaten, but leaves taste their best when the plant. Hydrangea: Huge flowers and bold foliage make Hydrangea macrophylla a summer show-off in inch or bigger containers. Flowers in clusters a foot or more wide come in blue, pink, red, or white.
Plants grow 4 feet tall and larger. Hydrangea macrophylla is hardy in zones 6 to. Japanese maple (Acer palmatum): Japanese maple is just plain beautiful, whether spring green or fall red.
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This includes woodland and alpines as well as desert, bog and steppe. Jung Seed has been a leading supplier of organic, heirloom, fruit, vegetable, flower, herb, perennial, and annual plants and seeds since Orchids are widespread on every continent except for Antarctica.
North America has at least 20 native genera of cold tolerant orchids, and our home state of North Carolina is home to 60 native orchid species. Orchids grow in every habitat except for deserts and on glaciers, with 90% of the orchid genera being tropical.
Orchids have been coveted and grown for centuries. North Carolina Trees & Wildflowers, An Introduction to Familiar Species, is a must-have, reference guide for beginners and experts alike. Whether you're on a nature hike or taking a stroll in your neighborhood, you'll want to take along a copy of this indispensable Pocket Naturalist(tm) series is an introduction to common plants and animals and natural phenomena/5(21).
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They pair especially well with dwarf conifers, which require similar acidic soil conditions. They tolerate poor, rocky soil and even salt spray, so they're marvelous along coastal hillsides where little else will grow.
Heaths grow about 1 foot tall by 1 1/2 feet wide. Euphorbia corollata 'Carolina Snow' We have a passion for native plants, especially rare and hard to find native plants. Some of the best plants are North Carolina native plants from our own state. Featured Best Selling Alphabetically, A-Z Alphabetically, Z-A Price, low to high Price, high to low Date, new to old Date, old to new.
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Kelsey's "Hardy American Plants" collection, planted in for the Kelsey Highland Nursery show garden. This acre nursery was operated by HP Kelsey and son, Seth, until Often called a “dogwood alternative” in landscape circles, the native American fringe tree (Chionanthus virginicus) flowers in late spring.
White blooms form a fringe on the tree. Red fruits beckon birds. Need both male and female trees for fruiting. Landscape use: Include in wildlife gardens or native plant designs. Hardy in Zones 3 to 9.