Yellow Salsify is a robust, tall annual or biennial weed. It is more or less branched, and the stout stems arise from 30-100 cm tall. The leaves are thinnly lanceolate, tapering gradually from the enlarged base to a point at the distal end. Individual leaves measure up to 30 cm long.
Scientific Name: Nymphaea 'Shirley Bryne' Shirley Bryne have Pink petals with a bright yellow nectar cup. Their leaves spread of 4 to 5'. It blooms during daytime. Comments: Viviparous; free flowering; tolerates partial shade.
Scientific Name: Nymphaea 'Pamela'. Pamela grows from 8 to 13" sky blue flowers. It is stellate and have a round to flat shape. Pamela has a very sweet fragrance. Flowers are held above the water. The green leaves grow up to 15". New leaves are heavily blotched with purple and spread of 5 to 8'. It blooms during daytime. Comments: Nonviviparous; very free flowering; use in medium to large water garden.
Nicknames include: Alstro, Peruvian Lily, Ulster Mary, Peruvian Princess. Alstroemeria is named after the Swedish botanist Baron Klas von Alstroemer. The South American flower's seeds were among many collected by Alstroemer on a trip to Spain in 1753. Alstroemerias are all native to North American South and South America. There are about 50 species and they are all in the Amaryllis family. In their native state they are pretty but nothing like what we see today as a cut flower or a garden plant. Availability: Year round with a wide range of colors, reds, pinks, lavenders, yellows, salmons, oranges, and white. Size: 9-5 blooms per stem ‚ 3/4 to1-1/4î across when fully opened.