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Synonyms for maidenhair

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We planted Ginkgo and maidenhair trees during the year ended March 31, 2013; A Ginkgo tree may have a growth period of up to twenty years before it is mature enough to harvest.
The yellow flowers and arching foliage of Hemerocallis lilioasphodelus look perfect with the low rosettes and big yellow daisies of Doronicum 'Harpur Crewe' and the broad blue flowers and clumps of maidenhair foliage on Aquilegia 'Hensol Harebell'.
She said, "Did you know ginkgos are called Maidenhair Trees because they turn yellow?
BY THE BUNCH Owner Rachel Galloway stocks her Portland shop with locally grown and foraged finds, which in early summer may include Equisetum, garlic scapes, and maidenhair ferns.
You wouldn't think it, but plants like maidenhair ferns and orchids will thrive in an appropriate bathroom setting.
many varieties of maidenhair (usually a species of fern) sold in Covent
Flowery Jack, Liverpool's most famous pimp, was suspiciously absent as everyone gave a toast to Maggie May, and a few minutes into the celebrations he came into the Vines with his 'wide-awake' hat stylishly slanted, adjusting the perfect rose backed with maidenhair fern in his lapel.
Gingko biloba, the maidenhair fern, is one of the oldest trees recorded, or how about Dawn Redwood.
Ginkgo biloba (ginkgo) is a deciduous maidenhair tree that has survived unchanged from the Triassic period (Mills 2000, Oken 1998).
Then he turned round and said 'Tell me about my maidenhair fern, it's going brown'.
Hosta does well," he says, "as do many ferns," including painted, Boston, royal, maidenhair and a Christmas fern.
One of the most notable parts of the grounds is the walled garden which, due to its sheltered location, is home to many tropical plants including palms, maidenhair trees, jasminium climbers and Chinese gooseberries.
Ginkgo Biloba is also called the Maidenhair tree or silver apricot.