• cultivar
  • The newer the cultivar, the more likely it is to be disease-resistant, according to horticulturists with the University of Minnesota, so choose a variety that is recent. (gardenguides.com)
  • stalk
  • Root vegetables) chorogi (Chinese artichoke, Stachys affinis) daikon (Japanese Radish) gobo (Arctium lappa) lotus root (renkon, hasu ) potato (jaga-imo) sweet potato (satsuma-imo) Taro (satoimo) and stalk (zuiki, imogara) ebi imo[ja] - Kyoto variety zuiki[ja] - stems available fresh or dried. (wikipedia.org)
  • seeds
  • I believe the stability of citrus you refer to is from human selection by planting seeds of varieties they've found wild or bred, which works for citrus prior to the discovery of cloning techniques because they often come true from seed. (tropicalfruitforum.com)
  • Aesculus seeds were traditionally eaten, after leaching, by the Jōmon people of Japan over about four millennia, until 300 AD. (wikipedia.org)
  • dwarf
  • The Wissota variety of the red pine is a dwarf form of Minnesota's state tree-which in its original form has been to known to reach 100 feet tall. (gardenguides.com)
  • occur
  • Southern Appalachian low-elevation pine forests occur on a variety of topographic and landscape positions, including ridgetops, upper- and mid-slopes, and in lower elevations (generally below 2,300 feet (700 m)) such as mountain valleys. (wikipedia.org)
  • redbud
  • Eastern" is a redbud variety that has distinctive, heart-shaped leaves and is relatively trouble-free, according to Nancy Rose of Fine Gardening. (gardenguides.com)
  • tall
  • The ecoregion includes a great variety of plant communities, including grasslands, oak savannas and woodlands, chaparral, and coniferous forests, including southern stands of the tall coast redwood (Sequoia sempervirens). (wikipedia.org)
  • trees
  • There have been many patented trees produced by nurseries over the years from the thorn less variety, some of which, such as 'Moraine' are superior for street tree and landscape use. (cityofbayfield.com)
  • smaller
  • Some selected varieties are smaller and more compact in growth yielding earlier in life with different ripening time: the Marigoule, the Marisol and the Maraval. (wikipedia.org)
  • rose garden
  • The park has been augmented with a rose garden, planted in 2003, containing some 2500 bushes representing more than 390 rose varieties, and a jardin des simples in the medieval style. (wikipedia.org)