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Arctium minus

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Arctium minus (Asteraceae). Lesser burdock, burweed, louse-bur, common burdock. This plant is native to Europe. The leaves are dark green, dull, and more or less heart-shaped. The plants vary in height from 1.5 feet to 10 feet tall. Flowers are small, lav 
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Aristolochia littoralis

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Aristolochia littoralis. Sowing : Sow seeds in summer. Date of harvest : July 2015. Locality : Ex Hort 
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Aruncus dioicus var kamtschaticus

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Aruncus dioicus var kamtschaticus. 
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Aster alpinus

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Aster alpinus. 
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Barbarea verna

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Barbarea verna (Brassicaceae) Land cress can be grown easily in any garden. Like watercress, it loves water, but does not do well when partially submerged for long periods of time. This perennial needs full sun and frequent watering in any garden, unless 
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Begonia hydrocotylifolia

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Begonia hydrocotylifolia. 
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Begonia semperflorens "Rote Perle"

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Begonia semperflorens "Rote Perle". 
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Begonia wallichiana

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Begonia wallichiana. 
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Bergenia cordiifolia

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Bergenia cordiifolia. 
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Brachichiton acerifolius

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Brachichiton acerifolius 
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Brachichiton rupestris

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Brachichiton rupestris 
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Bulbinella hookeri

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Bulbinella hookeri (Asphodelaceae). From the mountains of southern New Zealand. It is a fine hardy plant, with dwarf grassy clumps which sprout thick spires of starry, deep yellow flowers, vaguely like "Red-hot Pokers". With fleshy edible roots. Sowing : 
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Caesalpinia ferrea

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Caesalpinia ferrea. (Caesalpiniaceae) Leopard tree or Brazilian ironwood. A popular tree in sub-tropical, frost free gardens, C. ferrea has grey or brown bark that peels off to reveal mottled spots of cream-coloured new bark, hence its common name. Its f 
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Calistemon huegelii

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Calistemon huegelii. 
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Campanula trachelium

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Campanula trachelium (Campanulaceae). Nettle-leaved bellflower is a Eurasian blue wildflower native to Denmark and England. It is a robust perennial with nettle-like, deeply toothed leaves and erect, leafy stems bearing a raceme of bell-shaped lavender-bl 
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Canarina canariensis

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Canarina canariensis. Sowing : Sow seeds in a well drained medium. 
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Carduus defloratus

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Carduus defloratus (Asteraceae). Sowing : Sow seeds in summer in a well drained medium. 
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Carex divulsa

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Carex divulsa. 
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Ceratonia siliqua

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Ceratonia siliqua. (Leguminaceae) CAROB, ST. JOHN'S BREAD(e). This tree grows to about 15 m in height and originates as a cultivated species from the Arabian Peninsula. It is grown from seed in many parts of the world. The pods have up to 50% sugar and ar 
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Chamaecyparis lawsoniana

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Chamaecyparis lawsoniana (Cupressaceae). Lawson Cypress. It is native to the southwest of Oregon and the far northwest of California in the United States. This plant has a cypress-like, densely conical form with erect feathery branches of ovate blue-gray 
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