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Successful-Plants

The Successful Plants page is a new feature to the website and contains the results of a rating system from the database. Each plant can now be rated by you on how successful you found the plant to be. Our intention is not to create a list of 'popular' plants but rather to highlight plants that may be rare and unusual and that have been found to be useful by website users. This hopefully will encourage more people to use plants that they possibly would not have considered before.

1 Amaranthus retroflexus Pigweed, Redroot amaranth, Wild Beet
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
2 Aloysia triphylla Lemon Verbena, Lemon beebrush
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
3 Acorus calamus Sweet Flag - Calamus
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
4 Abelia triflora Indian Abelia
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
5 Acer pseudoplatanus Sycamore, Great Maple, Scottish Maple, Planetree Maple
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
6 Amelanchier alnifolia Saskatoon, Saskatoon serviceberry, Serviceberry
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
7 Amelanchier canadensis Juneberry, Canadian serviceberry, Serviceberry Downy, Shadblow, Shadbush, Serviceberry
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
8 Apocynum venetum
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
9 Aralia racemosa American Spikenard
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
10 Araucaria araucana Monkey Puzzle Tree
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
11 Arctium lappa Great Burdock, Gobo
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
12 Armeria maritima Sea Thrift, Thrift seapink, California seapink, Interior seapink, Siberian sea thrift
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
13 Arnica cordifolia Heartleaf Arnica
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
14 Aronia melanocarpa Black Chokeberry, Black Berried Aronia
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
15 Arundo donax Giant Reed, Giant Reed Grass
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
16 Asparagus officinalis Asparagus, Garden asparagus
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
17 Asplenium ceterach Scale Fern
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
18 Astragalus membranaceus Huang Qi
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
19 Atriplex halimus Sea Orach, Saltbush
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
20 Bellis perennis Daisy, Lawndaisy, English Daisy
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
21 Beta vulgaris flavescens Swiss Chard
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
22 Borago officinalis Borage, Common borage,Cool-tankard, Tailwort
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
23 Brassica oleracea gongylodes Kohl Rabi
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
24 Calendula officinalis Pot Marigold, Common Marigold, Scotch Marigold, Ruddles, Pot Marigold
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
25 Calystegia sepium Hedge Bindweed, Hedge false bindweed, Appalachia false bindweed, Bingham's false bindweed
     
rating 5 (1 vote cast)
 
 

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