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How to choose and grow delphiniums

All kinds of delphiniums are easy to grow from seed.

In mild-winter areas, sow fresh seed in f...

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How to choose and grow roses

Roses are prized for their lovely, often scented flowers. Many types carry their blossoms in clusters,...

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Howea belmoreana

Sentry Palm

Tends to be smaller than H. forsteriana (grows to 25 ft. tall and 15 ft. wide), with 6–...

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Howea forsteriana (photo courtesy of Black Diamond Images)

Howea forsteriana

Paradise Palm

Grows to 60 ft. tall and 20 ft. wide, with leaves to 9 ft. long; leaflets are long and drooping.

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Humata tyermannii

Humata tyermannii

Bear’s-Foot Fern

Native to China. This small fern has furry, creeping rhizomes that look something like bear’s fe...

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Humulus lupulus (photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.)

Humulus lupulus

Common Hop

From many northern temperate regions of the world. This species produces the traditional flavoring for...

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Hunnemannia fumariifolia

Hunnemannia fumariifolia

Mexican Tulip Poppy

This Mexican native related to California poppy (Eschscholzia) is a bushy, open grower to 2&n...

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Hyacinthoides hispanica

Spanish Bluebells

From Spain, North Africa. Prolific and vigorous, with inch-wide, strap-shaped leaves and sturdy, 20-in...

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Hyacinthoides non-scripta

Hyacinthoides non-scripta

English Bluebells

From western Europe. Fragrant blue flowers are narrower and smaller than those of H. hispanica

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Hyacinthus orientalis

Hyacinthus orientalis

Common Hyacinth

To most gardeners, hyacinths are the highly fragrant, fat-spiked Dutch hybrids derived from this speci...

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Hydrangea anomala petiolaris

Climbing Hydrangea

This vine from Korea climbs high (as far as 60 ft.) with its clinging aerial rootlets; is shrubby and ...

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Hydrangea arborescens ‘Annabelle’ (photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.)

Hydrangea arborescens

Smooth Hydrangea

Native from New York to Iowa, south to Florida and Louisiana. Upright, dense growth to 10 ft. tall and...

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