Tuesday, December 7, 2010

New Plants Arriving February 1, 2011

New Plants Arriving February 1, 2011

Hibiscus And More Will Offer A Greater Selection Of Plants That Can Be Utilized In The Landscape or Can Be Grown In Containers. The New Plants Arriving Very Soon Are:

Evergreen Wisteria – Millettia reticulata. This Is A Beautiful, Non-Invasive, Fragrant Vine.

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Cutting Celery – Apium graveolens var. secalinum. Cutting Celery Is A Very Easy To Grow Herb That Can Be Grown In Containers Or Your Garden. The Leaves Taste And Smell Like Celery.

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Fennel – Foeniculum vulgare. Fennel Is An Easy To Grow Herb And The Leaves Taste And Smell Like Licorice.

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Hibiscus rosa-sinensis – Yellow Hibiscus, Single Yellow Hibiscus. A Beautiful Tropical Hibiscus That Works Excellent In The Landscape Or Growing In A Container.

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Hibiscus coccineus – Texas Star Hibiscus. Texas Star Hibiscus Is A Perennial Hibiscus With Beautiful Scarlet Red Flowers And Is A Butterfly Attractant.

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Mexican Bush Sage – Salvia leucantha. Mexican Bush Sage Is A Wonderful Perennial That Blooms During The Fall And Winter Months. The Plant Will Attract Butterflies And Hummingbirds To Your Garden.

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Looking For A Tropical Hybrid Hibiscus? Send Your Request To Cheryl@hibiscusandmore.com

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