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Image of Lagenaria siceraria

Jessie Keith

(Appalachin Gourd, Gourd)

Evidence suggests bottle gourds were among the first plants domesticated by humans. As long as 8,000 to 10,000 years ago, humans were using bottle gourds as containers, musical instruments and fishing floats. It is believed that they were first cultivated in Africa, taken to Asia and finally into the Americas, possibly across ancient land bridges.

Bottle gourds, also known as calabash, grow on vigorous rambling annual vines that climb via tendrils. Their large leaves are coarse, hairy, medium...

(Hybrid French Lavender)

This beautiful lavender has everything: fragrance, color, small size and drought resistance. It’s a hybrid of the fragrant and beautiful, French lavender, which is native to the Mediterranean region. It was first cultivated by the Romans who named it from the Latin verb, lavo, to wash, as it was commonly used to scent their famous baths. It has been grown commercially ever since in southern France and parts of Spain where conditions are hot and dry. Chica Purple is one of a series of small...

(Hybrid French Lavender)

This beautiful lavender has everything: fragrance, color, small size and drought resistance. It’s a hybrid of the fragrant and beautiful, French lavender, which is native to the Mediterranean region. It was first cultivated by the Romans who named it from the Latin verb, lavo, to wash, as it was commonly used to scent their famous baths. It has been grown commercially ever since in southern France and parts of Spain where conditions are hot and dry. Chica Purple is one of a series of small...

Image of Levisticum officinale photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Lovage)

The large, lacy leaves of this this imposing perennial from the eastern Mediterranean are as handsome as they are flavorful. Lovage has been prized as a culinary herb and vegetable since medieval times.

The glossy dark green, triangular leaves of this hardy, hollow-stemmed perennial are divided into numerous lobed segments. In summer, flat clusters ("umbels") of tiny greenish-yellow flowers are held on branching stems that rise above the lush clumps of foliage. Many insects visit and pollinate...

Image of Leymus arenarius photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Blue Lyme Grass, Sand Ryegrass)

The striking steel blue or blue green foliage of blue lyme grass makes this one of the most memorable of ornamental grasses. The open habit of the clumping plant indefinitely spreads by rhizomes (underground stems), and is native to Europe and west-central Asia. The foliage is coarse, colored a powdery blue, blue-green or even gray, with individual blades that are flat, linear and slightly arching. During summer, atop stems above the foliage, a cluster of tiny flowers forms an upright spike that...

Image of Liatris spicata

Mark A. Miller

(Dense Blazing Star, Gayfeather)

Blazing star is a hardy perennial that originates from eastern and central North America. This clump forming plant which grows from tuberous roots has long linear leaves of medium green. In summer to early autumn it bears upright flower spikes which bloom from the top down; ‘Floristan White’ has white blooms. Fuzzy seeds follow the flowers and are attractive to birds. Usually, this perennial has a tall, upright habit and may require staking however ‘Floristan White’ is a dwarf selections with stout...

(Dense Blazing Star)

Blazing star is a hardy perennial that originates from eastern and central North America. This clump forming plant which grows from tuberous roots has long linear leaves of medium green. In summer to early autumn it bears upright flower spikes which bloom from the top down. Liatris spicata f. montana has purple to lavender blooms held on dwarf plants with broader leaves and short flower spikes. Fuzzy seeds follow the flowers and are attractive to birds.

Plant Liatris in full...

Image of Limonium sinuatum photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Statice, Wavyleaf Sea Lavender)

Famous as an everlasting flower, statice or sea lavender is most often grown by flower designers and crafters who treasure its dry, papery blooms. The plant is native to warm Mediterranean regions where it may remain perennial if conditions are sufficiently mild. But, a light frost will spell the end of its plant life.

This fast grower begins the season as a rosette of deeply lobed, hairy, narrow leaves. The plant is easily grown from seed, so it is easy to take advantage of the many different...

(Statice, Wavyleaf Sea Lavender)

Famous as an everlasting flower, statice or sea lavender is most often grown by flower designers and crafters who treasure its dry, papery blooms. The plant is native to warm Mediterranean regions where it may remain perennial if conditions are sufficiently mild. But, a light frost will spell the end of its plant life.

This fast grower begins the season as a rosette of deeply lobed, hairy, narrow leaves. The plant is easily grown from seed, so it is easy to take advantage of the many different...

(Statice, Wavyleaf Sea Lavender)

Famous as an everlasting flower, statice or sea lavender is most often grown by flower designers and crafters who treasure its dry, papery blooms. The plant is native to warm Mediterranean regions where it may remain perennial if conditions are sufficiently mild. But, a light frost will spell the end of its plant life.

This fast grower begins the season as a rosette of deeply lobed, hairy, narrow leaves. The plant is easily grown from seed, so it is easy to take advantage of the many different...