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Tag Archives: what’s blooming

What’s Blooming? Plumbago!

Nov

06

The Cummer Store has a wide variety of gifts, trinkets, and art that would interest any customer. With a unique quality of product, customers with distinctive tastes are sure to find…

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What’s Blooming? Pink Supreme Roses

Jun

26

The Pink Supreme rose is known as a “flower carpet” because of its ability to beautifully cover the ground of a garden with bright and blooming foliage. Pink Supremes…

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What’s Blooming? Redbud!

Feb

28

The Redbud tree (sometimes a shrub) is native to North America from Southern Ontario all the way to Northern Florida. They are considered to be part of the pea and legume family with strong characteristics of both.

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What’s Blooming? Azaleas!

Feb

13

The Azalea, originally called Indica azalea, was first found in Japan when Asia was still the East Indies. Now azaleas not only pepper Asia and Europe, but they are also used in extraordinary quantity in the southeastern United States.

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Crepe Myrtle

Jun

28

This magnificent tree originated from the Indian subcontinent, reaching China, South East Asia, and Oceania. The Crepe Myrtle, also known by its Latin and scientific name Lagerstroemia, arrived in England in 1759, but due to…

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What’s Blooming? Scaevola!

Jun

07

Scaevola is a genus of flowering plants consisting of more than 130 tropical species, with the center of diversity being Australia and Polynesia, including Hawaii.

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