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Lawn and Garden » Ornamentals

Displaying 76 to 80 of 88 Publications.

  • MF1083
    MF1083
    Peonies

    Peonies grow from an underground crown and have either pointed or large, bulky roots. After blooming season, stem buds—called “eyes”—form at the base of stems. Peonies bloom in May and June.

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  • MF1087
    MF1087
    Liatris

    Liatris, called blazing star or gayfeather, has gained popularity for both greenhouse and outdoor production. Liatris is an erect, normally unbranched plant that grows 1–5 feet tall.

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  • MF1084
    MF1084
    Sunflowers

    Native sunflowers grow along roadways in Kansas, their large, colorful blooms following the sun from east to west. Sunflowers are also used as cut flowers.

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  • MF1080
    MF1080
    Gladiolus

    Glads grow 2–6 feet high, topped by a flower spike bearing a double row of trumpet-shaped florets. Flowers range from 1–8 inches in diameter and may be ruffled and deeply cut, or simple.

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  • MF1079
    MF1079
    Zinnias

    Zinnias are popular in flower gardens because of their large, colorful blooms. Recently, new hybrid zinnia cultivars have attracted attention as a cut flower crop.

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