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Mäkihorsma, Epilobium collinum - Kukkakasvit - LuontoPortti

Mäkihorsma, Epilobium collinum - Kukkakasvit - LuontoPortti

Pacific Northwest Native Plant Database

Plants native to the Pacific north coast: red cedar, mose, sword fern, and lady fern

The types of plants found in Texas vary widely from one region to the next. This is due to the amount and frequency of rainfall, diversity of soils, and the number of frost-free days. From the forests of East Texas to the deserts of West Texas, from the grassy plains of North Texas to the semi-arid brushlands of South Texas, plant species change continuously.

The types of plants found in Texas vary widely from one region to the next. This is due to the amount and frequency of rainfall, diversity of soils, and the number of frost-free days. From the forests of East Texas to the deserts of West Texas, from the g

Columbine -- Perennial  Start the hummingbird season out right with the cheery red-and-yellow blooms of wild columbine. This easy-growing perennial is native to areas of North America.  Name: Aquilegia canadensis  Growing Conditions: Part to full shade and moist, well-drained soil  Size: To 3 feet tall and 1 foot wide  Zones: 3-9

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What to Plant, by Month (Florida) University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences

What to Plant, by Month (Florida) University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences

Monotropa uniflora. PNW native, zones 4-8.  Shade 'ice plant'

Habitat: In humus in low- to mid-elevation closed-canopy forests Bloom time: June - August Range: In Washington, primarily west of the Cascades, with populations in the wet forests of northeast Washington

Permaculture -- I need to sit down and read this article.   And I love the drawing. I wish *my* backyard looked like that!

Permaculture and Food Forest Gardens- Native Plant Talk Series

Backyard woodland garden...a good use for the old downed trees. Plus, there are literally hundreds of plants native to your area, no matter where you live, and they can be the foundation of a wonderful woodland garden.

a good use for the old downed trees. Plus, there are literally hundreds of plants native to your area, no matter where you live, and they can be the foundation of a wonderful woodland garden.

Trillium, it's gorgeous-Northern Michigan woods are full of this wildflower - we used to pick them and put them in water with food color and watch the color travel through the veins - beautiful

Trillium - Michigan woods are full of this wildflower. Find it in Legacy Land Conservancy's Creekshead Preserve

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