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“Veronicastrum joined the gang last year thanks for the recommendation and looks promising at C&L.”
“Veronicastrum virginicum, new to the garden last year joins white astilbe and bronze fennel among others in the yellow/white bed.”
“So far the Veronicastrum is tall, not that wide, and seems more upright in full sun.”
“I think we are in agreement about Veronicastrum, a very fine genus.”
“I am glad to hear about Veronicastrum being an old friend for you.”
“I only missed one player, Veronicastrum virginicum ‘Fascination’ with a hight of atleast seven feet.”
“We have added several of the Veronicastrum this year and some other promising players.”
“Culver's Root Veronicastrum virginicum cuts an interesting silhouette in the garden come fall.”
“(Veronicastrum virginicum) about 3 to 5 feet with spiky white flowers; false dragonhead”
“Last year several Culver’s Root, Veronicastrum virginicum plants were added after noticing that our favorite local nursery Mouse Creek had them.”
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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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