Download
plant identification n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Plant Identification PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Plant Identification

Plant Identification

136 Vues Download Presentation
Télécharger la présentation

Plant Identification

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. Plant Identification

  2. NandinaDomestica Common name – Nandina, Heavenly Bamboo Evergreen Up to 7ft tall and 5 ft wide Spring leave are bright pink or red Leaves bi- to tri- pinnately compound Flowers are white, early summer Fruit is bright red berry, late autumn through winter All parts are poisonous Invasive

  3. Camellia japonica Common name – Japanes Camellia Evergreen tree or shrub 5 – 20ft tall and wide Alternate, leathery leaves Flowers Jan – March Large rose like flower on the end of the branches with a short stem

  4. Rosemarinusofficinalis Common name – Rosemary Woody, Perennial herb Evergreen Fragrant, culinary and medicinal uses Said to improve memory Flowers in spring, summer and some times all year -Blue Drought tolerant Grows up to 5ft tall and wide

  5. Helleborusniger Common name – Lenten Rose or Christmas Rose 12” – 24” tall and wide Evergreen Drought resistant Flowers late Winter – early Spring Toxic Urban legends of using to control demons and madness

  6. Aucuba japonica Common name – Aucuba Evergeen Leaves are opposite and are often variegated 5 – 8 ft tall and wide Dioecious , separate male and female parts Fruit is red berry Flowers are small purplish

  7. x Cupressocyparisleylandii Common name – Leyland Cypress • Mature height – 60’ – 70’ • Mature spread – 15’ – 20’ • Evergreen • Grows quickly • Sun to partial shade • Pyramidal shape • Susceptible to Rust

  8. Heucheravillosa Common name – Coral Bells • 10” – 36” tall and wide • Perennial /semi-evergreen • Brightly colored leaves • Long flowers of white, green, pink or red in Spring

  9. Gardenia augusta ‘Radicans’ Common name – Dwarf Gardenia • Evergreen • Broadleef • 1’ – 2’ tall • 3’ – 5’ wide • White bloom in Spring • Very fragrant • Sun to partial shade

  10. Ilex cornuta ‘Burfordii’ Common name - Burford Holly • Evergreen • 10’ – 25’ tall • Rounded shape, upright form • Showy, round red berries in the fall and winter • Drought tolerant

  11. Prunuslaurocerasus Common name – Cherry Laurel • Long, thick leaves • Evergreen • Grows from 4’ – 50’ depending on variety • Flowers, white in Spring • Used for hedges and screening plants

  12. Ajugareptans COMMON NAME: Ajuga FORM: evergreen to semi-evergreen rapid-growing groundcover FOLIAGE: ranges from green to bronze to purple FLOWERS: may be rose or white, but most commonly purplish-blue

  13. Chrysanthemum morifolium COMMON NAME: Florist chrysanthemum FORM: bushy perennial, up to 5 feet tall with a spread of 4 feet FOLIAGE: medium to dark-green lobed leaves FLOWERS: large aster-type flowers with varying colors

  14. Impatiens hawkeri COMMON NAME: Touch me not FORM: annual FOLIAGE: FLOWERS: early summer until frost

  15. Hosta sp. COMMON NAME: Hosta FORM: clumping growth habit FOLIAGE: medium green or variegated large clasping leaves with prominent veins FLOWERS: varying colors from white to purple

  16. Pelargonium X hortorum COMMON NAME: Ivy Leaf Geranium FORM: trailing growth habit, 6 inches in height and 6 inches wide FOLIAGE: ivy-shaped and come in rich green or variegated form FLOWERS: dainty and come in white, pink, lilac, burgundy, or red

  17. Euonymus japonica ‘variegata’ • Common name – Evergeen Euonymus • Evergreen

  18. Coleus hybridus • Common name- Coleus

  19. Ficuspumila • Common name – Creeping Fig • Evergeen • Vine growth • Infinite growth • Adheres to masonry surfaces

  20. Ilex crenata ‘Helleri • Common name – Helleri Holly • Evergeen • 2’ -3’ growth • Horizontal branching habit

  21. Saintpauliaionantha • Common name – African Violet

  22. Liriopemuscari • Common name -Monkey Grass • 12” tall and wide • Can be clumping form or spreading form • Evergreen • Purple flower

  23. Pyruscalleryana ‘Bradford’ • Common name – Bradford Pear • Ornamental flowering tree • 35’ – 50’ tall • Oval tree shape • White spring flowers with bad smell • Disease resistant but often lost to storm and wind damage

  24. Iris x germanica • Common name –Bearded Iris • 18” – 26” • Spring flowers, yellow, blue, white, purple • Full sun to partial shade • Clump forming habit, rhizomes

  25. Magnolia grandiflora • Common name – Southern Magnolia • 30’ -90’ tall depending on variety • Evergreen • Large white flowers in summer • Underside of leaves often brown

  26. Common name-Border Forsythia • Height 6’ -8’ width 4’6’ • Full sun • Yellow flowers in Spring • Drought tolerant, deer resistant