Sunday, April 3, 2011

Letter X | Flowers Encyclopedia

X Xeranthemum.—These charming everlasting annuals retain, in a dried state, their form and colour for several years. They are of the easiest culture, merely requiring to be sown in spring in light, rich soil to produce flowers in July. Height, 2 ft. Xerophyllum Asphodeloides (Turkey's Beard).—A showy hardy perennial with tufts of graceful, curving, slender foliage. From May to

Flowers That Start with the Letter X

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