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The Lisa Strawn Memorial Rose Garden at The Gardens on Havana
Winnipeg Parks Shrub Rose Canadian Parkland Series—very hardy Constantly Blooms 3’ x 3’ Light, musky scent Attractive hips Great as a low hedge Zones 3-9
Stanwell Perpetual Shrub Rose An exceptionally fragrant heirloom shrub, great for a hedge 6.6’ x 4.9’ Early blooms and then almost continuously Zone 4
Carefree Beauty Shrub Rose 3’ x 3’ Continuous Flowering June - Frost Medium Pink Slight Fragrance Zone 4
La Sevillana Shrub Rose Landscape Shrub Rose Light scent 4’ x 5’ Almost continuous flowering Zone 4
Sea Foam Shrub Rose EarthKind Rose Selection 3.3’ x 6.6’ low spreading shrub Repeats constantly Light, musky scent Zone 5
Knock Out Shrub Rose EarthKind Rose Selection—Hot pink or cherry red 3’ x 4’ Medium musky sweet Almost continuous flowering AARS 2000 Zone 5
Morden Sunrise Shrub Rose Parkland Canadian Shrub Rose 3.4’ x 3.4’ Fragrant Soft orange to peachy yellow Excellent repeat bloomer Zone 3
Golden Wings Shrub Rose Medium fruity scent First and last blooming in garden 6.6’ x 4.9’ Repeats well Pale yellow with glowing amber stamens Zone 5
Sally Holmes Shrub Rose Modern Shrub Rose 5’ x 6.5’ Light, musky scent Repeats well Clusters of flowers Zone 5
Gourmet Popcorn Mini Shrub Rose Great for a low hedge or front rose border Almost continuous blooming 2’ x 2’ Very hardy Musky rose scent Zone 5
Champlain Shrub Rose Canadian Explorer Series compact shrub 2.5’ x 2.5’ Continuous blooms Slight Fragrance Zone 4
Golden Celebration Shrub Rose David Austin Shrub Rose 4’ x 3’ Strong rose scent Repeats well Beautiful golden yellow Zone 5
Shafira Asma Shrub Rose David Austin Shrub Rose 4.1’ x 3.3’ Strong, sweet, musky scent Repeats well even in hot weather Zone 5 fruity
Morden Blush Canadian Shrub Rose 2’3” x 2’3” Slight Fragrance Repeats June - Frost Zone 4
LD Braithwaite Shrub Rose David Austin Shrub Rose 3’ x 3’ Strong sweet scent Repeats well Zone 4
Royal Bonica Shrub Rose Meilland France 3’ x 4’ Light & sweet, repeats AARS 1987 Bright red hips Zone 5
Adelaide Hoodless Shrub Rose Parkland Canadian Shrub Rose 6.6’ x 5.7’ Repeats with large autumn flush Light, sweet scent Disease resistant Zone 3
The Fairy Dwarf Shrub Rose EarthKind Selection Rose Late bloomer but then prolific blooms Slight scent 2.5’ x 4.1’ Zone 4
Victorian Memory Climber A favorite “found rose” from Colorado Nearly thornless 9-12’ tall Repeats all season Strong Rose Fragrance Zone 4
Golden Unicorn A Buck Rose Yellow-Apricot color 3’ x 4’ Sweet spelling Zone 5
Shrubs, Bushes and Vines for the 2014 Plant Sale.
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Going Native Presented by Susan J. Henson, Horticulturist City of Grand Prairie Parks and Recreation
David Austin English Roses American Rose Society Created by Pat Hibbard © ARS 2009.
Spring Colors Enter our Garden to see all of the beautiful flowers that bloom in the Spring time.
Trees for the 2014 Plant Sale. Tatarian Maple, var. Hot Wings Acer tatarian ‘Gar Ann’ The perfect maple when you don’t have room for a ’ tree. The.
David Austin English Roses For The North American Rose Society Created by Mary Peterson © ARS 2005.
1 Perennial Plant ID Landscape / Horticulture. 2 Purple Coneflower Attention getting flowers, attracts birds and butterflies. Grows 2-3 ft high. Blooms.
Everything is Coming Up Roses LoAyne Voigt Renville County Extension Agent.
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Begonia semperflorens Common name: Wax begoniaCommon name: Wax begonia.
Name That Rose! Presentation by: American Rose Society Program Services Committee Steve Jones, Chairman Photos by Steve Jones & Kim Martin ©2005.
New Roses For 2006 All Photos By The Introducer. An American Rose Society Presentation - ©2006.
New Varieties Calibrachoa Cruze® Series: Calibrachoa Cruze® Varieties: Blue, Deep Red, Lavender, Pink, Pink Delicious, Persimmon, Red, Red.
Roses That Climb S teve Jones, Chairman Program Services Committee 2005.
Creating A Rose Garden From the Ground Up. Course Objective Learn the basics of planting and maintaining a rose garden. You will learn the following during.
ROYAL ™ Gerbera jamesonii F1 HYBRID / ANNUAL / POT CROP Bred by Global Presented by Goldsmith.
Sakata Seed America, Inc. New Flower Seed Varieties.
Section 2 Flowers. Black Eyed Susan Have coarse, hairy leaves with golden yellow heads and brownish black centers. Grow about 2 to 3 feet tall. Bloom.
Floranova New Variety Presentation New for Floranova F1 Vinca Program Floranova F1 Vinca. Leading the way. Cobra – Packs a Punch F1 Cobra is a compact,
New for Crested & Anemone French Marigolds.
Mums and Asters Introductions for Index to Mum and Aster New Varieties for 2010 Presentation GARDEN MUMS Bernadette Yellow Frosty Cheryl Wilma.
New Varieties 2010 Seed. 1 Pansy Dynamite Series Flower power through the entire season –Flowers under short days Compact habit Flowers.
California Pack Trials 2011 Focus Varieties Express Seed Company.
New Rose Introductions This is paid advertisement.
I Love Spring I love spring. I love to see the flowers bloom.
2006 New Varieties. Begonia Emperor Mid-Size Begonia Large flowers Earlier to flower than other series Excellent garden performance - flowers do not.
Roses By:Ashley Olmsted. Roses How to grow them How to grow them How do they grow? How do they grow? Hints and tips for your rose garden Hints and tips.
Selecting Roses for Central Florida Gardens. ? Select Explore Rationale Concept Concept.
OSU Phenology Garden Network 2006 Additions: Perennials Images courtesy of Bluestone Perennials Descriptions from Bluestone Perennials and Klyn Nurseries,
Flower ID #5. Nerve Plant Houseplant Perennial Deep Green Leaf – White, Red, Pink Vein Patterns.
Instructional Focus Lesson Plan Writing Strategies 1.2 Grade 1 Instructional Focus Lesson Plan Writing Strategies 1.2 Grade 1 Digital English.
Trees for Domestic Gardens Deciduous and Evergreen.
Spring Flowers Spring Flowers that Grow from Bulbs Chapter 1.
© 2013 Griffin Greenhouse Supplies, Inc. Classification: PUBLIC Proven Winners Presenters: Lara Rowles Matt Johnson Tom Kirby Vendors: Four Star.
Rain Garden Plants Created by Teddy Wong & Jeffrey Zhang.
Everyone, even those brand new to gardening, can be highly successful with Earth-Kind® roses!
Plant ID Group #9 Horticulture 2. Picea abies Norway Spruce –Foliage: evergreen shrub with simple, needle-like shape, slightly curved; needles that persist.
Heavenly Hellebores the Earth Bound Collection 2016.
Plant ID Week 1 Hort I Juniperus horizontalis Common Name: Creeping Juniper Other names: trailing juniper, creeping savin juniper, creeping cedar Evergreen.
K. SAHIN, Zaden B.V. in headlines: Breeder and producer of distinct ornamental products for boththe Consumer as well as the professional.
Fabulous Floribundas. Produced by Kitty Belendez ARS Consulting Rosarian Santa Clarita, California May 2005 Photos by Kitty Belendez © Copyright 2005.
FLOWERS COMMON INDIAN FLOWERS A brief description.
Horticulture II - LC Plant ID Shrubs. Acuba japonica CN: Japanese Acuba Evergreen shrub Dense, upright, round Leaves: thick & shiny green & yellow splattered.
Horticulture II - Landscaping Plant ID Shrubs I. Acuba japonica CN: Japanese Acuba Evergreen shrub Dense, upright, round Leaves: thick & shiny – green.
New Varieties Ikon Interspecific Begonia Unique in the market, Ikon looks great in the pack and 4” pot. Bred in Costa Rica it has outstanding garden.
Flower ID #6. Hydrangea Shrub Full Sun Blue/ Pink Blooms – Bloom color based on ph of soil.
Plant ID #5 Horticulture 2. Fittonia verschaffeltii Nerve Plant –Foliage: Burgundy Veined; Perennial; simple, oval shape with entire margins, alternate.
Greys, blues, purple, dusty pinks, red. Flower and foliage interest year round. Grey building. Foliage and flower colour to link to building, creating.
Week 9 Honors. Heuchera Coral Bells 8”-12” Extremely cold hardy perennial Prefers moist but well drained soils Loved by hummingbirds but left alone by.
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