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Uncommon Species Page Two

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Crocosmia (Montbretia) These are very easy to grow. Got one of these in the garden.

Orange Crocosmia (Montbretia) These are very easy to grow. The orange flowers are trumpet shaped and appear alternately along the stems. The leaves are long and narrow. This is one of the few summer flowers that are not eaten by the deer.

Crocosmia, Lucifer-- a more wide-angle photo, so you get an idea of the overall shape.

Crocosmia, Lucifer-- a humming birds favorite! My husband n I saw them today and will b coming back for em this coming weekend

Dierama pulcherrimum, Blackbird.  Full sun and in a warm, sheltered spot. Flowers June to August.  Angel's fishing rod is perfect for introducing movement to a well-drained border in a sunny, sheltered site, or for overhanging water. Initially slow to establish, it looks particularly good with early autumn-flowering ornamental grasses.  More: http://www.crocus.co.uk/plants/_/dierama-pulcherrimum/classid.2694/

Dierama pulcherrimum 'Blackbird', Angels fishing rod - full sun, fine grassy tufts, dry tolerant once established

Fresias, I love the Wondrous Odors and Colors of these pretty flowers !!

For indoor cultivation all Freesias require is a greenhouse having just sufficient heat to keep out frost or they may be grown entirely cold during autumn and

Crocuses - a Springtime flower, displaying shades of purple, yellow and white.

Crocus - Nothing proclaims the arrival of spring like the colorful crocus, which usually pops up in New England gardens in mid to late March. They are inches tall and will bloom with less than 4 hours of sunlight each day.

The true Iris variegata, or Hungarian iris, is named for the variegated patterns on the flowers. However, variegated-leaf cultivars of other species exist (e.g., Iris pallida 'Variegata'. Tempering one's expectations is warranted when purchasing an "iris... #asparagales #hungary #iridaceae

Iris variegata

The true Iris variegata, or Hungarian iris, is named for the variegated patterns on the flowers. However, variegated-leaf cultivars of other species exist (e.g., Iris pallida 'Variegata'. Tempering one's expectations is warranted when purchasing an "iris... #asparagales #hungary #iridaceae

Nome Botanico: Gladiolus hortulanus L.H.Bailey Nomes Populares : Palma, palma-de-santa-rita, gladíolo Família : Angiospermae – Família Iridaceae O

Palma de santa rita (Gladiolus

Nome Botanico: Gladiolus hortulanus L.H.Bailey Nomes Populares : Palma, palma-de-santa-rita, gladíolo Família : Angiospermae – Família Iridaceae O

- Nombre científico o latino: Ixia spp.  - Nombre común o vulgar: Ixia.  - Familia: Iridaceae (Iridáceas).  - Originaria de: Sudáfrica.  - La especie más conocida (relativamente) es Ixia viridifolia, que posee llamativos tonos verdosos. Otras son Ixia maculata, Ixia monadelpha, etc.  - Posee un cormo como órgano subterráneo de reserva.  - En primavera, salen preciosas flores en muchos colores entre el fino follaje que parece hierba.  - Los racimos de flores doblan los delgados tallos (30-50…

- Nombre científico o latino: Ixia spp. - Nombre común o vulgar: Ixia. - Familia: Iridaceae (Iridáceas). - Originaria de: Sudáfrica. - La especie más conocida (relativamente) es Ixia viridifolia, que posee llamativos tonos verdosos. Otras son Ixia maculata, Ixia monadelpha, etc. - Posee un cormo como órgano subterráneo de reserva. - En primavera, salen preciosas flores en muchos colores entre el fino follaje que parece hierba. - Los racimos de flores doblan los delgados tallos (30-50…

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