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Fendlera rupicola | Cliff fendlerbush


Fendlera rupicola Cliff fendlerbush 1

Fendlera rupicola Cliff fendlerbush 2

Fendlera rupicola Cliff fendlerbush 3

Fendlera rupicola Cliff fendlerbush 4

Fendlera rupicola Cliff fendlerbush 5
Fendlera rupicola | Cliff fendlerbush

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This is Fendlera rupicola, also known as Cliff fendlerbush, and False mockorange. From late Spring to early fall Fendlera rupicola has white blossoms. Growing up to 4 feet tall Cliff fendlerbush likes to live in full sun to partial shade. The Navajo indians used False mockorange for killing head lice, and for making shafts which they use to make arrows, forks, and knitting needles. False mockorange is also used in ceremonies. USDA Hardiness Zones 5 to 8.








Phlomis fruticosa | Shrubby Jerusalem Sage


Phlomis fruticosa Shrubby Jerusalem Sage 1

Phlomis fruticosa Shrubby Jerusalem Sage 2

Phlomis fruticosa Shrubby Jerusalem Sage 3

Phlomis fruticosa Shrubby Jerusalem Sage 4

Phlomis fruticosa Shrubby Jerusalem Sage 5
Phlomis fruticosa | Shrubby Jerusalem Sage

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These seeds are from Phlomis fruticosa, also known as Jerusalem Sage, and Shrubby Jerusalem sage. This plant likes to live in full sun where it grows to about 6 feet tall and produces yellow blossoms from late Spring until early Fall where it attracts a wide variety of birds, bees, and butterflies. It is a popular ornamental plant for its bright impressive blossoms. Phlomis fruticosa is not only used for its beauty, but also for its fragrance. When the leaves are bruised they have a very pleasing sage like perfume scent. Phlomis fruticosa is deer resistant. USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 10.




Ficus altissima | Council Tree


Ficus altissima Council Tree 1

Ficus altissima Council Tree 2

Ficus altissima Council Tree 3

Ficus altissima Council Tree 4

Ficus altissima Council Tree 5
Ficus altissima | Council Tree

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This is Ficus altissima, also known as council tree. The most interesting feature of this tree are its above ground aerial roots. The bark can be used to make cord and the trunk and branches can be used to make latex. This tree attracts a wide variety of bird, bees, and butterflies. It likes to live in anything from sun to full shade where it can grow up to 40 feet high. Ficus, in general, are larval host plants for the Fig sphinx moth, and the Antillean Daggerwing butterfly. USDA Hardiness Zones 9b to 11.








Ficus benghalensis | Indian Banyan Fig


Ficus benghalensis Indian Banyan Fig 1

Ficus benghalensis Indian Banyan Fig 2

Ficus benghalensis Indian Banyan Fig 3

Ficus benghalensis Indian Banyan Fig 4

Ficus benghalensis Indian Banyan Fig 5
Ficus benghalensis | Indian Banyan Fig

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This is Ficus benghalensis, also known as banyan fig and Indian banyan. This is the national tree of India. They provide the most shade when compared to any other tree on earth. It is a sacred tree. This is said to be the tree that is used for achieving enlightenment. Dodda Aladha Mara is a famous specimen in Kettohalli, Karnataka, India which is about 400 years old, and has a canopy area of about 3 acres. Ficus, in general, are larval host plants for the Fig sphinx moth, and the Antillean Daggerwing butterfly. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11.