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Image of Ricinus communis photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Castorbean)

So why would gardeners grow such a deadly poisonous plant as a garden ornamental? Showy forms of castor bean are bold, brightly colored and thrive in high heat and drought. In tropical regions castor bean grows as a tall evergreen subshrub, but in temperate zones it is commonly grown as an annual/tender perennial. This native of northern Africa and western Asia has become naturalized in many tropical to subtropical regions across the globe where it is considered invasive. Some Third World countries...

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James Burghardt

(Castorbean, Red Castorbean)

The Carmencita variety of castor bean has showy red flowers and bronze-red leaves . This native of northern Africa and western Asia is grown for its large, bold, sharply lobed leaves and spikes of red flowers followed by spiny, oval red to brown fruit capsules. In tropical regions, castor bean grows as a tall, evergreen subshrub, but in temperate zones it is commonly grown as a tender perennial.

Castor bean prefers full sun and average well-drained soil. It provides a bold accent to any mixed...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Castorbean, Pink Castorbean)

So why would gardeners grow such a deadly poisonous plant as a garden ornamental? Showy forms of castor bean are bold, brightly colored and thrive in high heat and drought. In tropical regions castor bean grows as a tall evergreen subshrub, but in temperate zones it is commonly grown as an annual/tender perennial. This native of northern Africa and western Asia has become naturalized in many tropical to subtropical regions across the globe where it is considered invasive. Some Third World countries...

Image of Ricinus communis

James H. Schutte

So why would gardeners grow such a deadly poisonous plant as a garden ornamental? Showy forms of castor bean are bold, brightly colored and thrive in high heat and drought. In tropical regions castor bean grows as a tall evergreen subshrub, but in temperate zones it is commonly grown as an annual/tender perennial. This native of northern Africa and western Asia has become naturalized in many tropical to subtropical regions across the globe where it is considered invasive. Some Third World countries...

Image of Robinia hispida photo by: Russell Stafford

Russell Stafford

(Bristly Locust)

The beautiful dangling pink flower clusters give this rugged, sun loving deciduous shrub a fabulous season of bloom in return for virtually no care. As with most American natives, it is super adapted to its homeland, the heart of the Southeastern states where it is found in drier, forested regions. Unlike its invasive, exotic cousins, this arching large shrub or small tree can be used in warm climates without reservation. Its blue-green compound leaves take on a yellow green coloring in the fall....

(Red Panama Rose)

Along with its shapely leaves, red Panama rose displays charming red flowers with tiny yellow centers whenever temperatures are warm and balmy. It's a small, frost-tender evergreen shrub native to the woodlands of Central America.

The tapered leaves are oval and come to a pronounced point and are found in opposite pairs on stems that arch gracefully. From spring to autumn, or as long as the weather is sunny and warm, small five-petalled flowers appear at the ends of the branches in dense, round...

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(Rose)

One of the oldest cultivated ornamentals, Rosa is a broad and complex genus with over 100 species and thousands of cultivated varieties. Roses are woody shrubs or rambling climbers that originate from Northwestern Africa, Asia, Europe and North America. They are either deciduous, evergreen or semi-evergreen, and all have stems lined with sharp woody thorns.

Roses have been grown for their beauty, food, perfume and medicine for nearly 5000 years. Early rose references and depictions...

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Mark A. Miller

One of the oldest cultivated ornamentals, Rosa is a broad and complex genus with over 100 species and thousands of cultivated varieties. Roses are woody shrubs or rambling climbers that originate from Northwestern Africa, Asia, Europe and North America. They are either deciduous, evergreen or semi-evergreen, and all have stems lined with sharp woody thorns.

Roses have been grown for their beauty, food, perfume and medicine for nearly 5000 years. Early rose references and depictions...

(Alister Stella Gray Hybrid Tea Rose, Hybrid Tea Rose)

Noisette roses such as 'Alister Stella Gray' are prized for their summer-long display of clustered, musk-scented blooms on long, "climbing" canes. They descend from an early nineteenth century hybrid between a musk rose (Rosa moschata) and the China rose 'Parson's Pink'.

Introduced in 1894, 'Alister Stella Gray' (also known as 'Golden Rambler') bears double, creamy-yellow, apricot-centered roses on long, lax, nearly thornless stems. Newly opened flowers are deep yellow. The compound,...

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Mark A. Miller

(Hybrid Perpetual Rose)

Bred in 1875 and the official flower of Washington, D.C., the American Beauty rose is a hybrid perpetual rose with amazingly fragrant blooms. It offers large deep pink cupped blooms with 50 petals. Vigorous in growth, this lovely rose was very popular in the florist trade, has made appearances in movies and is also known as 'Madame Ferdinand Jamin'.

Hybrid perpetual roses are generally thought of as the precursors to today’s hybrid tea roses. They tend to bloom in the spring on long sturdy...