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(Club Wheat)

The world's "staff of life", common wheat provides the grain that's used whole or ground to produce most beer, pastries and breads. An annual grass, wheat's precise origin is uncertain; many believe it originated from western Asia, near the Fertile Crescent of Mesopotamia, and was domesticated alongside another important grain, barley. As early as 6000 B.C. types of wheat were used by people and their grazing animals for sustenance. Over time man has repeatedly selected wheat for larger more abundant...

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Mark A. Miller

The pale yellow flowers of 'Peach Melba' are borne on compact, mounding plants. It is a dwarf selection of nasturtium, an annual vine native to central South America.

From summer to fall this nasturtium bears numerous of large creamy yellow flowers with mahogany eye-blotches. The flowers have five petals and a long pointed nectar-rich spur. The frilly blooms are highly attractive to hummingbirds and their beauty is enhanced by distinctive bright green parasol-shaped, or peltate, leaves.

Nasturtiums...

(Indian Cress, Nasturtium)

Native to northern South America, nasturtiums are vining or bushy annuals that have long been popular for their summer display of brightly colored pansy-like flowers. Seed sown in spring rapidly develops into lush plants with rounded leaves. Nasturtiums in the Tip Top Alaska Series have bolder variegation and a more compact habit than do those in the Alaska Series. The five-petaled, funnel-shaped, spurred flowers bloom from summer to autumn in shades of yellow, red, and orange, which stand out brightly...

(Shield Nasturtuim)

Tropaeolum is a genus of approximately 80 species and hundreds of popular hybrid cultivars. All originate from South and Central America as well as Mexico, and most are perennial, vining and may be evergreen or herbaceous.

Commonly called nasturtiums, many Tropaeolum are garden favorites grown for their profusion of showy, open, five-petaled flowers with large, nectar-rich spurs. They commonly come in shades of yellow, orange or red, but some cultivars offer shades of apricot,...

Image of Tropaeolum tuberosum photo by: International Flower Bulb Centre

International Flower Bulb Centre

(Anu, Tuberous Nasturtium)

Tropaeolum is a genus of approximately 80 species and hundreds of popular hybrid cultivars. All originate from South and Central America as well as Mexico, and most are perennial, vining and may be evergreen or herbaceous.

Commonly called nasturtiums, many Tropaeolum are garden favorites grown for their profusion of showy, open, five-petaled flowers with large, nectar-rich spurs. They commonly come in shades of yellow, orange or red, but some cultivars offer shades of apricot,...

Image of Vicia villosa photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Fodder Vetch, Hairy Vetch)

The Eurasian hairy vetch is meadow wildflower that was introduced into North America in the nineteenth century. It has since naturalized across the entire continent. Hairy vetch most commonly inhabits moist ditches and open fields where it rambles alongside field grasses. Its stalked clusters of white and purple flowers are pretty as are its delicate, hairy compound leaves of bright green. Hairy vetch seed is sold for green manure or forage cropping, because it is a vigorous, fast-growing nitrogen...

(Hairy Vetch, Purple Bounty Vetch)

Hairy vetch is meadow wildflower first introduced into North America in the nineteenth century. Hairy vetch most commonly inhabits moist ditches and open fields where it rambles alongside field grasses, but it is a field crop for cattle forage, too. The slightly more cold-tolerant 'Purple Bounty' selection produces stalked clusters of purple-violet flowers above its delicate, hairy compound leaves of bright green. Hairy vetch seed is sold for green manure or forage cropping because it is a vigorous,...

(Viola)

The high-performing, compact hybrid violas in the Gem Series are notably cold tolerant and resilient to heat, but overall they perform best where growing conditions are cool and mild. Flower colors come in a wide range of hues, from blues and purples to oranges, red and yellows. The Fleuroselect award-winning plants were developed by Takii Seed. They will survive as short-lived perennials but are most commonly grown as annuals.

The small plants forms neat tufted clumps of foliage. The small...

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James H. Schutte

(Viola)

The high-performing, compact hybrid violas in the Gem Series are notably cold tolerant and resilient to heat, but overall they perform best where growing conditions are cool and mild. Flower colors come in a wide range of hues, from blues and purples to oranges, red and yellows. The Fleuroselect award-winning plants were developed by Takii Seed. They will survive as short-lived perennials but are most commonly grown as annuals.

The small plants forms neat tufted clumps of foliage. The small...

(Viola)

Brilliant sapphire blue flowers grace the delicate viola, 'Gem Sapphire'. The high-performing, compact hybrid violas in the Gem Series are notably cold tolerant and resilient to heat, but overall they perform best where growing conditions are cool and mild. The Fleuroselect award-winning plants were developed by Takii Seed. They will survive as short-lived perennials but are most commonly grown as annuals.

The small plants forms neat tufted clumps of foliage. The small green leaves are oval...