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Witch Hazel Shrub

Four species of witch hazel shrubs are included in the genus Hamamelis. Witch hazel shrubs can reach 30 feet high and 15 feet wide at maturity.

תוצאת תמונה עבור ‪лишайники‬‏

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Golden Dutchess Hemlock: exciting new evergreen, this develops graceful arching branches covered in golden yellow needles. ‘Golden Dutchess’ is a compact variety perfect for rock gardens or containers. Like other hemlocks, ‘Golden Dutchess’ does best in woodland settings where it receives dappled sunlight. It prefers rich, slightly moist soil. Name: Tsuga Canadensis ‘Golden Dutchess’ hemlock Growing Conditions: Shade, Partial sun, 3–4' tall, 3–5' wide, Z4–7

Golden Dutchess Hemlock: exciting new evergreen, this develops graceful arching branches covered in golden yellow needles. ‘Golden Dutchess’ is a compact variety perfect for rock gardens or containers. Like other hemlocks, ‘Golden Dutchess’ does best in woodland settings where it receives dappled sunlight. It prefers rich, slightly moist soil. Name: Tsuga Canadensis ‘Golden Dutchess’ hemlock Growing Conditions: Shade, Partial sun, 3–4' tall, 3–5' wide, Z4–7

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The sap of the giant hogweed plant can cause severe skin and eye irritation.  Read more at http://www.snopes.com/medical/toxins/hogweed.asp#Apr2qvAqxiTSSYqv.99 snopes.com: Giant Hogweed Toxicity Warning

This is a very dangerous/toxic plant, flowers look like Queen Ann's lace. Do not touch with bare hands. It is called hogweed.

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