Ornamental grasses and grasslike plants, Perennials, Aquatic
Rushlike survivor of the Carboniferous Age in Europe and North America. This is the most common species. Slender, hollow, 4-ft. stems are bright green, with a ring of black and ash gray at each joint. Spores are borne in conelike spikes at stem ends. The common name “horsetail” refers to the bushy look produced by the many whorls of slender, jointed green stems that radiate out from joints of main stems on some of the other species.
A short browse through a seed catalog, seed display rack, or selection of nursery seedlings will revea...
Mediterranean native to 2 1/2 ft. tall and 1/2 ft. wide. Bears so-called everlasting flowers, with dai...
From Mexico. Easy-to-grow, summer-fruiting tomato relative known botanically as Physalis ixocarpa