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Desert candle
Desert candle is a genus of deciduous perennial flowers. The inflorescence looks similar to a long spike or a bottlebrush. It consists of many flowers in copper, bright yellow, snow white, pastel pink, orange or any combination of those colors. The leaves grow in tufts of thin, green, straplike strips. Species are known for thick roots that grow out from a central hub. It is also known for being tall, sometimes rising up to 3 m over the foliage, depending on the variety. They are native to eastern Europe and temperate Asia from Turkey, Siberia to China.
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Lace aloes comprise of small genus of just one species. They are succulent evergreen perennials with highly attractive stripped leaves and almost fluorescent, erect inflorescence. The name comes from the Latin adjective 'aristatus' which means "bristly" and refers to the lacy edges of the foliage.
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Named for its extra short blooming time, daylilies produce lovely flowers that last for only one day apiece. The Latin name, Hemerocallis, accordingly means "beauty for a day." Available in a variety of colors, the ever-popular daylilies are many a gardener's favorite. The foliage is attractive (even after flowers have faded) and the plant requires minimal maintenance. These flowers are great for filling in large empty areas with mass plantings or lining walkways or garden paths.
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