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(of plants) having white flowers

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expert tip: For impact in a sunny or partially shaded wild area of the garden, combine silver stemmed birch with white-flowered foxgloves to attract bees, butterflies and birds to the area.
The white-flowered plant found in PI 424008A in 1998 was harvested separately.
PI 424008A and the white-flowered line are the same for all of the qualitative traits observed except flower color (Table 1).
It is tempting to assume that the scarcity of white-flowered plants in local populations is due to pollinator-mediated selection against them.
Put a single white-flowered hydrangea in a large container (at least 18 in.
A white-flowered variety called `Fantasy,' with smooth, breathtaking bark in cinnamon, orange and red, is also occasionally encountered.
When Philpotts-McGrath moved into her home in historic Nu'uanu Valley, the basic elements of her green-and-white garden (pictured on page 56) were already in place - a taro irrigation stream (auwai) weaving through the front yard, a sweeping lawn of Hilo grass, and a swath of white-flowered spathiphyllum forming a low hedge along the drive.
A simple palette of white irises and calla lilies with tiny white-flowered bacopa is the ground cover, mixed in with foliage to create rich textures.
A more manageable evergreen, growing to around 10 feet, is the white-flowered bush anemone (Carpenteria californica), whose large white flowers will remind you of a cross between anemone and camellia.
Other low shrub/groundcover selections include white-flowered California buckwheat (Eriogonum fasciculatum) and the undulating coyote brush (Baccharis pilularis).
White-flowered varieties are the most fragrant of all freesias, and worth growing just for their wonderful scent.
Of similar growth habit is the the white-flowered, silver-leafed bush morning glory (Convolvulus cneorum) and the very low mounding rose-flowered bush germander (Teucrium cossonii majoricum).
A white-flowered cultivar of this plant is also available.
Like other night-blooming, white-flowered plants, jimsonweed is pollinated by moths.
montevidensis, from a creeping white-flowered type to shrubbier versions whose blooms range from yellow to orange and magenta.