Regional Gardening Reports :: National Gardening Association

Northern & Central Midwest

May, 2004
Regional Report

Web Finds

University of Connecticut Plant Database
This U Conn Plant Database of Trees, Shrubs and Vines is absolutely full of interesting, useful information. You can do a search by common or scientific name and find descriptions, photos, and cultural care for thousands of woody and herbaceous plants.

Favorite or New Plant

Corydalis lutea
Fumitory (Corydalis lutea) is a graceful, little plant that performs well in shade or sun and is reminiscent of a bleeding heart. It has ferny, blue-green foliage and bright, small, yellow flowers all summer long. It grows about 8 inches high and self-seeds enough that you will always have some. Even though it pops up in many places in the garden, the seedlings are usually welcome or easy to remove if it becomes untidy.


Today's site banner is by EscondidoCal and is called "Water Hibiscus"