- Spike of Vervain (Verbena officinalis), showing sessile flowers on a common rachis.
In the plains below, the swards are gay with the scarlet and white verbena and other brilliant wild flowers.
By the end of the month, masses of the following plants may be formed with safety in warm localities: - pelargonium, heliotropium, fuchsia, petunia, nierembergia, salvia, verbena, bouvardia and lobelia.
we have wild olive, species of rock-rose, wild privet, acacias and mimosas, barberry and Zizyphus; and in the eastern ramifications of the chain, Chamaerops humilis (which is applied to a variety of useful purposes), Bignonia or trumpet flower, sissu, Salvadora persica, verbena, acanthus, varieties of Gesnerae.
A range of plants were used including bedding geraniums, petunias, verbena, lobelia, Busy Lizzie and fuchsias.
Yogi Tea Green Jasmine A delicate blend of Green Jasmine and ginger, lemon grass and lemon verbena.
hummingbird hawkmoth is still visiting the garden on a daily basis to feed on the verbena.
These were joined by dwarf green kale, purple kale, Swiss chard 'bright lights ', Verbena, Achillea and so on.
The main period of interest will be from mid summer, when the lofty Verbena bursts into color.
It had taken up station on a bright purple verbena that grows next to our greenhouse, so was visible some distance away.
verbena bonariensis I love this stylish, semi-evergreen perennial has been enjoying a resurgence of interest in recent years.
Sometimes soft green leafy shoots, as in Verbena (fig.
If the pedicels are very short or wanting, so that the flowers are sessile, a spike is produced, as in Plantago and vervain (Verbena officinalis) (fig.
Verbena bonariensis I love this stylish, semi-evergreen perennial has been enjoying a resurgence of interest in recent years.
The leaves of Lippia citriodora yield an aromatic oil used in perfumery under the name verbena oil.
Sand Verbena (Abronia) - Small Californian annuals or perennials of a trailing habit, with blossoms in dense Verbena-like clusters.
Sweet Verbena (Aloysia) - A. citriodora is a fragrant-leaved bush with small and not showy flowers.
Una Merkel played Verbena, Mitch's housekeeper.
Mint Mania: This recipe for minty tea comes from the National Gardening Association: Mix three tablespoons dried peppermint, one tablespoon dried catnip, one tablespoon rose petals, and one tablespoon lemon verbena; brew and drink.
Mandarin orange and lemon verbena make this a great scent for those days when you need to be reminded of what summertime's all about.
Lantana: a flowering plant from the verbena family that produces a cluster of flowers in red, orange and yellow most commonly and sometimes blue and white.
Herbs for insomnia teas: Brew one of the following or create a mix; chamomile, lime blossom, seeds of fennel, skullcap, elderflower, or lemon verbena.
As its name suggests, the Aires de Verbena comes from Spanish roots and is often traditionally danced on the steps and courtyard of town squares and government centers.
This combination cleanser and freshener contains ingredients like fresh strawberry cells, rose geranium, lemon verbena, golden jojoba oil, and vitamins A, C, and E to freshen and revitalize dry skin.
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