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“Hartweg's collecting prowess is remembered today in the name given to a spectacular purple-flowering orchid, Hartwegia purpurea, which is native to southern Mexico.”
“Edible fruits and flowers can also be important, for example the 'jacote' fruit of S. purpurea, which is sold in markets in many Central American countries.”
“Our garden is full of various sorts of Echinacea 'purpurea' and Echinacea 'White Swan' as well as several of the new types such as Echinacea 'Arts Pride'.”
“Last fall I ripped out several dozen of the common pink-purple coneflowers called Echinacea purpurea from my full-sun beds.”
“The blanket term echinacea usually refers to three species of this plant: Echinacea angustifolia, Echinacea purpurea, and Echinacea pallida.”
“Both Sundown and Sunrise are from a cross of E. purpurea and E. paradoxa introduced by Itsaul Plants of Georgia, part of the Big Sky series.”
“Sarracenia purpurea is the next entry in this blog.”
“Sarracenia purpurea – pitcher plant blossom, Kejimkujik National Park, Nova Scotia.”
“Sarracenia purpurea was the previous entry in this blog.”
“It has mats of water lily Nymphaea alba and bushes of goat willow Salix caprea, grey willow S. cinerea and purple osier S. purpurea.”
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