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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Black Bugbane, Purpleleaf Bugbane)

Bottlebrush-like spikes of fragrant white flowers top the dark stems of ‘Atropurpurea’ from midsummer to early fall. It is a selection of Black bugbane, a woodland, clumping perennial native to the eastern United States.

The leaves are glossy and compound - having three leaflets each - and are borne in threes on each leaf stalk. The individual leaflets are oval and irregularly toothed. They are purple-tinted in spring, and fade to green in summer, while the stems remain dark. Depending on climate,...

Image of Actinidia arguta photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Hardy Kiwi)

Hardy kiwi is a deciduous woody vine that originates from eastern Asia. It is an attractive plant with dark green foliage and fragrant white flowers that appear in late spring but is primarily grown for its tart and sweet pale green fruits. Kiwi are dioecious, which means individual plants have either female flowers or male flowers. So, it is necessary to have at least two vines, one female and one male, for cross-pollination and fruiting.

For high productivity, plant these in locations with...

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Bosh Bruening

(Ananasnaja Hardy Kiwi, Hardy Kiwi, Tara Vine)

The prolific hardy kiwi, 'Ananasnaja', is noted for its cold hardiness and particularly tasty sweet fruit. Hardy kiwi is a deciduous woody vine that originates from eastern Asia. It is an attractive plant with dark green foliage and fragrant white flowers that appear in late spring but is primarily grown for its tart and sweet pale green fruits. Kiwi are dioecious, which means individual plants have either female flowers or male flowers. So, it is necessary to have at least two vines, one female...

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Jesse Saylor

(Hardy Kiwi, Issai Hardy Kiwi, Tara Vine)

Hardy kiwi is a deciduous woody vine that originates from eastern Asia. It is an attractive plant with dark green foliage and fragrant white flowers that appear in late spring but is primarily grown for its tart and sweet pale green fruits. Kiwi are usually dioecious, which means individual plants have either female flowers or male flowers, so it is necessary to have at least two vines, one female and one male, for cross-pollination and fruiting. But, 'Issai' is self-fertile so only one plant is...

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Jesse Saylor

(Hardy Kiwi)

Hardy kiwi is a deciduous woody vine that originates from eastern Asia. This vigorous selection is an attractive plant with dark green foliage and fragrant white flowers that appear in late spring but is primarily grown for its tart and sweet pale green fruits. Kiwi are usually dioecious, which means individual plants have either female flowers or male flowers, so it is necessary to have at least two vines, one female and one male, for cross-pollination and fruiting. But, 'Meader' is self-fertile...

(Aleutian Maidenhair)

Deceptively delicate in appearance but tough in constitution, this enchanting deciduous fern is found over a wide area of western North America and eastern Asia, with scattered populations in the eastern United States. Several long narrow "branches" (pinnae) with triangular leaf-like segments arise from a curving "stem" (rachis), the whole forming a lacy fan-like frond that nearly parallels the ground. The rachis is often deep black-purple, in striking contrast to the foliage. Young fronds are often...

(Aleutian Maidenhair)

Deceptively delicate in appearance but tough in constitution, Aleutian maidenhair is a deciduous fern found over a wide area of western North America and eastern Asia, with scattered populations in the eastern United States. The cultivar 'Imbricatum' is a dwarf selection with ruffled feathery blue-green "branches" (pinnae). Several pinnae with triangular wavy-edged leaf-like segments arise from a curving "stem" (rachis), the whole forming a lacy fan-like frond that nearly parallels the ground. The...

Image of Adiantum pedatum photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Maidenhair Fern)

Northern maidenhair fern is an herbaceous perennial native to much if the northern and western United States and Canada. In the spring it bears delicate bright green branching fronds that unfurl from tall graceful dark stems. These remain attractive until the mid-summer when plants often begin to look weathered from the summer heat. Northern maidenhair fern is an excellent accent plant for shady grottoes or woodland gardens. They do best in damp, shady gardens with evenly moist, highly organic soil.

Image of Aesculus flava photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Yellow Buckeye)

Yellow buckeye boasts pretty yellow and pink flowers, attractive fruit and nuts, and glossy, hand-like foliage that turns yellow and orange in fall. This tall deciduous tree is native to deep, rich, moist soils of the east central United States. Its bark is relatively smooth, with platy splotches of tan among drifts of light gray.

The leaves are palmate (hand-shaped) with five to seven lobes of glossy, dark green, long oval leaflets. On the tip branches in late spring are found clusters of rosy,...

Image of Aesculus glabra photo by: Russell Stafford

Russell Stafford

(Ohio Buckeye)

Lobed, hand-like leaves and reddish-brown nuts distinguish the Ohio buckeye tree. This broad and round-canopied deciduous tree is native to low, moist soils of the east central United States. Its bark is gray and corky and wart-like when young, and fissured with age. It is among the first of the trees to leaf-out in early spring

The leaves are palmate (hand-shaped) with five to seven elongated lobes of bright green that deepens to dark green. On the tip branches in late spring are found clusters...