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“I was pleased to see this fabulous specimen of a Heptacodium miconioides - wonderful fragrant flowers on a beautiful small tree.”
“Heptacodium is generally offered for sale as a multi-stem shrub, and it can be trained to grow as a single trunk or low-branched tree, well suited for small spaces.”
“This autumn, take advantage of this opportunity and choose a spot for Heptacodium in your yard - you'll be rewarded with many years of all-season enjoyment.”
“This feature alone qualifies Heptacodium as one of the most attractive choices for the winter garden.”
“Based upon at least 20 years of experience, experts consider Heptacodium to be perfectly winter hardy in Zone 5, showing no dieback or stem damage from cold temperatures or wind exposure.”
“Originally brought to the United States as a herbarium specimen in the early 1900s by Ernest Wilson at the Arnold Arboretum, Heptacodium remained obscure until 1980, when a Sino-American Botanical Expedition provided seeds and the opportunity to introduce living plants to North America.”
“None of these, however, have proved as reliable and spectacular as the seven-son flower (Heptacodium miconioides).”
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List of formal or informal plant names that are panvocalic - that is the name contains all the vowels at least once +/- one or more wyes (y). I start the listing with the lovely white forsythia, ab...
Scientific names for organisms that contain all the vowels once (which makes them supervocalic as well). Many of these were originally listed on Panvocalic Proper. See also hernesheir's Panvocalic ...
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