Amsonia hubrichtii

Hubricht’s Bluestar Amsonia hubrichtii can reach heights of 50 to 80 centimeters and displays its light blue flowers in late spring through summer. The perennial is native to the United States and is found in the states of Arkansas and Oklahoma. Popular name(s): Hubricht’s Bluestar, Arkansas Bluestar, Thread-Leaf Bluestar Botanical name: Amsonia hubrichtii Family: Apocynaceae […]

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Amsonia orientalis

European bluestar Amsonia orientalis spreads by short runners and can grow to a height of 50 centimeters. This perennial plant belongs to the Apocynaceae family and is native to Greece and Turkey. It can bloom from late spring to midsummer. Popular name(s): European bluestar Botanical name: Amsonia orientalis Family: Apocynaceae Origin: Europe (Greece, Turkey) Height: […]

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Aegonychon purpurocaeruleum

Purple Gromwell The shoots of Aegonychon purpurocaeruleum can grow up to 50 centimeters long. They grow lying down or semi-upright. The flowering season can last from April to June here in Central Europe. The natural range includes most European countries, as far as Western Asia and the Caucasus. Popular name(s): Purple Gromwell, Blue Gromwell Botanical […]

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Orlaya grandiflora

White laceflower Orlaya grandiflora grows as an annual, reaches about 30 centimeters in height and blooms in Europe from May to July. Popular name(s): White laceflower, large-flower orlaya Botanical name: Orlaya grandiflora Family: Apiaceae Origin: Africa (Algeria), Asia (Caucasus, Western Asia) and Europe Height: 10 to 50 centimeters USDA zone: 5 (-9.4 °F/-23 °C)

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Iris sibirica cv.

Iris sibirica Common name(s): Siberian Iris, Siberian Flag Synonyme(s): N/A Family: Iridaceae Origin: Europe to Siberia, Turkey, Caucasus More infos: USDA zone 4.

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