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Image of Pulmonaria longifolia photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Long-leaved Lungwort)

This hardy herbaceous perennial is grown for its violet-blue spring blooms and attractive, low growing clumps of mottled, long, linear leaves. It originates from regions of Western Europe from southern Britain to Portugal where it inhabits lightly shaded woodlands and scrubby fields.

Long-leaved lungwort is a clump forming plant that produces basal rosettes of long, narrow, elliptical leaves of deep green. The leaves are hairy, rough and often have attractive silvery spotting or mottling. In...

Image of Pulmonaria longifolia

James H. Schutte

(Long-leaved Lungwort)

The exceptionally vigorous lungwort ‘Bertram Anderson’ has lovely dark green narrow leaves mottled with sharply defined silver spots and large clusters of vibrant deep blue flowers that appear in spring.

Long-leaved lungwort is a hardy herbaceous perennial admired for its spring blooms and attractive, low-growing clumps of mottled, long, linear leaves. It originates from regions of Western Europe from southern Britain to Portugal where it inhabits lightly shaded woodlands and scrubby fields.

Long-leaved...

Image of Pulmonaria longifolia ssp. cevennensis photo by: Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Long-leaved Lungwort)

Beautiful cobalt blue flowers and large, long, spear-shaped leaves with sharply defined silver spots grace Pulmonaria longifolia ssp. cevennensis. This hardy, spring-blooming perennial originates from France, is resistant to mildew and has a neat, clump-forming habit.

Long-leaved lungwort is a clump forming plant that produces basal rosettes of long, narrow, elliptical leaves of deep green. The leaves are hairy, rough and often have attractive silvery spotting or mottling. In...

Image of Puschkinia scilloides photo by: Mark Kane

Mark Kane

(Striped Squill)

The small but showy Puschkinia, or striped squill, is a bulbous perennial that blooms very early in the season. Each bulb produces two strap-shaped upright leaves, soon followed by a short, leafless flower stem bearing up to ten bell-shaped flowers. The flowers are bluish-white with fine blue lines down the center of each petal. Over time, the bulbs naturalize and spread to form sweeps of soft color.

Puschkinia, native from the Caucasus to Iran, grows and flowers best in sites...

Image of Pyrus photo by: Willis Orchard Co.

Willis Orchard Co.

(Pear)

(Willow-leaved Pear)

Image of Quercus macrocarpa photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Burr Oak, Mossycup Oak)

All things about this oak are big and bold. The behemoth bur oak is a large tree with large, uniquely irregular leaves and absolutely enormous acorns. Native to the sandy plains and dry clay soils of eastern North America, it is a slow-growing, long-lived deciduous tree with a deep root system. Its massive trunk and branches are covered in gray-brown bark that becomes very deeply ridged and furrowed with age.

The large leaves of bur oak are oval to fiddle-shaped with large, deep, irregular lobes....

Image of Quercus robur photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(English Oak)

A ruggedly handsome tree, the English oak has strong branches on its rounded canopy, with classic lobed leaves and oval acorns. A deciduous tree native to Europe and western Asia, it has bark that is ridged and furrowed, rich brown to gray-black in color. The wavy-edged leaves are oblong with very short stems with few to many lobes. They are glossy green to nearly deep bluish green with a lighter green underside, first emerging very downy in the late spring. As the leave emerge, the pendent male...

Image of Quercus robur

James Burghardt

(English Oak, Variegated English Oak)

Undulating lobes on blue-green leaves are edged in ivory on the variegated English oak known as 'Argenteomarginata'. A deciduous tree native to Europe and western Asia, it has bark that is ridged and furrowed, rich brown to gray-black in color. The wavy-edged leaves are oblong with very short stems with few to many lobes. They are first downy and then mature glossy with random streaks of ivory on edges. Lighter streaks of green may occur in the leaf centers, too. As the leave emerge, the pendent...

Image of Quercus robur

Jesse Saylor

(English Oak, Fernleaf English Oak)

A rounded canopy, oval acorns and deeply lobed, frilly leaves set 'Dissecta' apart from other English oak selections. A deciduous tree native to Europe and western Asia, it has bark that is ridged and furrowed, rich brown to gray-black in color. The leaves are oval but look shredded or eaten by caterpillars, as only long and narrow lobes exist. As the leave emerge, the pendent male flower spikes, called catkins, line the ends of branches. Soon after the pollen shedding ends, the small female blossoms...