Botanical Plant Names

Botanical Plant Names - Term Definition Family Name...

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Term: Family Name: Pinaceae (py-NAY-see-ee), Genus: Pinus (PY-nus), Species: densiflora, Cultivar: Oculus Draconis Definition: Dracon Eye, Oculus Draconis, Syn: Pinus Koraiensis, Pinus Thunbergii. Ht. 30'- 40'. Hardiness 3a- 7b. Full sun to part Shade. Water: Average. pH: 5.6- 7.5 Term: Family name: lauraceae. Species: Sassafras Genus: albidum zone 5-8 light sun to p sun ph 4.5-6.5 Water normal to moist Soil sandy loam to clay loam. Definition: Sassafras Term: Ligularia tussilaginea 'Gigantea Pronounced lug-yew-LAR-ee-ha stem-oh-SEF-ah-lah. Common name: Giant Leopard Plant. Syn.: Farfugium japonicum 'Giganteum Definition: Ht: 1'-3' spread: 1'-3'. Light: shade - part shade. Blooms in Fall- yellow Flower perennial Term: Botanical name: Magnolia ashei. Common name: Ashe magnolia. Syn: Magnolia macrophylla subsp. Ashei Definition: Ht. 15'-30' Spread. 15'-30'. Growth rate. Medium. Light. Full sun - part shade. Water: Medium, well drained soil. Blooms in spring-White flowers.
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