Cistus


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Synonyms for Cistus

small to medium-sized evergreen shrubs of southern Europe and North Africa

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Here are some of my favourites: Cistus, or rock rose, is a beauty of a Mediterranean evergreen shrub which is covered in June and July with beautiful blossoms that look like they have been hand-created using crumpled paper tissue.
Cistus x purpureus has pink flowers with a distinctive maroon blotch and yellow centre, while "Jenkyn Place" is a crisp white with maroon blotch.
Drought busters Square up to the sun and plant a gravel garden around a skeleton of drought-tolerant evergreens, such as lavender, ballota and cistus, interwoven with sun-loving perennials.
Here are some of my favourites: Cistus, or rock rose, is a beauty of a Mediterranean evergreen shrub which is covered in June and July with beautiful blossoms that look like they have been hand-created using Lavatera grows fast so is great for plugging the gaps in your borders crumpled paper tissue.
Labdanum is a brown resin that is derived from two shrubs namely Cistus ladanifer and Cistus creticus.
Cistus sometimes referred to as Sun Roses, is a dwarf shrub which undeniably enjoys a well drained sunny position.
###***Lathyrus 12, Carduus 8, Vicia 6, Gossypium hirsitum 6, Cistus 4, Conium maculatum 4
"There should be good air circulation between the container and the ground." Finish the look with hardy complementary plants such as Lomandra longifolia 'Breeze' (which can handle in-ground clay), Coprosma 'Rainbow Surprise', and cistus that won't detract from your potted favorite.
Shrubs and climbers include buddleia, berberis, genista (broom), cistus (rock rose), ceanothus, escallonia, weigela, hebe, lavatera, passiflora, ribes (ornamental currant), rosmarinus (rosemary).
Suitable shrubs and climbers include buddleia, berberis, genista (broom), cistus (rock rose), ceanothus, escallonia,
The presence of Cistus monspeliensis and Genista hirsuta together with the absence of Erica australis, E.
This ode to the wild Parisian evening is a woodsy/oriental blend of soft vanilla, benzoin from Siam, and tonka bean from Brazil and finished with Cistus labdanum from Spain.
Cistaceae (so-called rockroses) is a family comprising eight genera (Cistus, Crocanthemum, Fumana, Halimium, Helianthemum, Hudsonia, Lechea and Tuberaria) and about 200 species of shrubs and herbs inhabiting temperate zones of Northern Hemisphere and South America (Arrington & Kubitzki, 2003).
Grow lavender, rosemary, sage, thyme and cistus. They'll all manage in pots of loam-based compost with plenty of grit.