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Dahlia 'Sunshine'. Click image to add to your plants list in Shoot and to get care advice reminders.  Other names: Dahlia 'Sunshine', Single-flowered dahlia 'Sunshine', Mignon single dahlia 'Sunshine'    Genus: Dahlia    Variety or cultivar: 'Sunshine' _ 'Sunshine' is a compact, bushy, clump-forming, tuberous perennial with toothed, pinnate, purple- to black-flushed, dark green leaves and, from midsummer into autumn, small, single, golden-yellow flowers with orange-red centres.

Dahlia 'Sunshine'. Click image to add to your plants list in Shoot and to get care advice reminders. Other names: Dahlia 'Sunshine', Single-flowered dahlia 'Sunshine', Mignon single dahlia 'Sunshine' Genus: Dahlia Variety or cultivar: 'Sunshine' _ 'Sunshine' is a compact, bushy, clump-forming, tuberous perennial with toothed, pinnate, purple- to black-flushed, dark green leaves and, from midsummer into autumn, small, single, golden-yellow flowers with orange-red centres.

Pretty peachy pink buds open to reveal beautiful, pure white blooms, with an attractive hint of pink at the earliest stage of flowering. The blooms are chalice-shaped; the incurved petals creating an arresting interplay of light and shadow. Over time, the

Check out this cute & uncommon little California “Monkey Flower”! It’s found only in the southernmost Sierra Nevada foothills alongside the Tehachapi Mountains, growing in woodlands & open rocky areas. Adorable five-lobed flowers with intricately veined with maroon markings bloom mid-Spring through mid-Summer. To 6” tall & 9” wide. Super easy to grow in sun! Reseeds!

Check out this cute & uncommon little California “Monkey Flower”! It’s found only in the southernmost Sierra Nevada foothills alongside the Tehachapi Mountains, growing in woodlands & open rocky areas. Adorable five-lobed flowers with intricately veined with maroon markings bloom mid-Spring through mid-Summer. To 6” tall & 9” wide. Super easy to grow in sun! Reseeds!

Romneya coulteri, a California native Poppy

Romneya coulteri, a California native Poppy

This rare plant in the Strybing Arboretum is from the Chiapas and is a Rubiaceae called Deppea Splendens. The name of Strybing Arboretum in ...

Name game / Candlestick isn't the only park changing its name -- the venerable Strybing Arboretum is now the San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum

This rare plant in the Strybing Arboretum is from the Chiapas and is a Rubiaceae called Deppea Splendens. The name of Strybing Arboretum in ...

Mathiasella blupleuroides

Mathiasella blupleuroides

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