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OT (sort of) - Plants with 'green' in their name

Posted by jmzms z7 Alpharetta, GA (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 4, 08 at 14:55

I'm working on a project where I have to name things with certain colors in the name. I'm trying to theme it with plants, but I can't come up with anything green. Which is odd being that most plants actually are green!

Examples: Blue salvia, mock orange, purple heart.

Any ideas for green?
Thanks!


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RE: OT (sort of) - Plants with 'green' in their name

So, you are not looking for cultivar names? Heuchera americana 'Green Spice' is one of my favorites.

Green and Gold - Chrysogonum virginianum
Green Ash - Fraxinus pennsylvanica
Green hawthorn - Crataegus viridis (also Phlox viridis and several others)
Greenbrier - Smilax


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RE: OT (sort of) - Plants with 'green' in their name

green beans, green onions, fried green tomatoes.
it's lunch time right now *lol*


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RE: OT (sort of) - Plants with 'green' in their name

  • Posted by jmzms z7 Alpharetta, GA (My Page) on
    Fri, Sep 5, 08 at 21:17

Thanks Esh. I knew there had to be some out there.

Jeff_al - I actually have to do the same thing with edibles and already have green beans. And I used Fried Green Tomatoes for my movie category! :-)


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