maidenhair


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This small tree has an attractive, conical outline and unusual fanshaped leaves that resemble those of a maidenhair fern.
A new addition to Bodnant Garden's Champion Tree list is the 28m tall Maidenhair Tree - Ginkgo biloba - planted in 1887.
Maidenhair fern stems were good for glossy black sections of a basket.
Caption: Death by bubble: By imaging a maidenhair fern leaflet (1) at 30-second intervals, researchers could subtract the difference between the images (2) to see where an embolism formed.
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His Maidenhair (2006) is "about there being no death," about his cancer-stricken mothers resurrection, about the novelists search for "the place where someone loves us all"--for God.
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'.
Again, it would be appropriate to include some conservation priorities for the maidenhair fern.
Dyes were created from white bear grass (white or yellow), maidenhair ferns (black), and alder bark (reddish brown).
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.
The gardens contain plants--In this case, native species such as maidenhair fern, red-osler dogwood and swamp milkweed--that thrive on being nearly drowned from time to time.
Gingko biloba, the maidenhair fern, is one of the oldest trees recorded, or how about Dawn Redwood.
Hosta does well," he says, "as do many ferns," including painted, Boston, royal, maidenhair and a Christmas fern.