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  • Talinum paniculatum ‘Limon’ Jewels of Opar ANNUAL Succulent sub-shrub Z 9-11

    Pink flowers bloom June-Nov. above lime green foliage followed by carmine seed pods that are more showy than the flowers.

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    Pink flowers bloom June-Nov. above lime green foliage followed by carmine seed pods that are more showy than the flowers.

    Size: 18-24” x 18-24”
    Care: sun in well-drained soil.
    Native: Southern US, much of Latin America and the Caribbean.
    Wildlife Value: attracts bees

    Leaves are edible as a salad green; seeds compared with flax seeds in nutritional value. According to homeopathy this used to treat headaches, aphrodisiacs, pneumonia, diarrhea, excess urine, irregular menstruation, vaginal discharge, impotence, ulcers and low appetite.

    Collected before 1791

  • Tanacetum armenum syn. Leucanthemum armenum Snow daisy

    Dwarf subshrub covered with mound of silvery foliage and little white daisies in June to July

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    Dwarf subshrub covered with mound of silvery foliage and little white daisies in June to July

    Size: 5-6” x 8-10”
    Care: sun in well-drained soil
    Native: Turkey

    Collected before 1844

  • Tanacetum niveum Silver tansy, Snow tansy Z 5-9

    Profusion of small classic daisies May-July atop fragrant silver foliage

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    Profusion of small classic daisies May-July atop fragrant silver foliage

    Size: 2’ x 3’
    Care: sun in moist well drained soil

    Named by Carl Heinrich Schultz (1805-1867)

  • Telekia speciosa syn. Buphthalum speciosum Z 3-7

    Big, sunflower-like blooms but with the thinnest of petals

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    Big, sunflower-like blooms but with the  thinnest of  petals, deep yellow, with orange-yellow centers.  Flowers August – September

    Size: 4-6’ x 2-3’
    Care: sun to part shade in moist soil
    Native: mountains of southern Europe

    Collected in Translyvania before 1816