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Haageocereus acranthus syn.Haageocereus zonatus, Haageocereus acranthus

Synonyms for this cactus are many but include:Haageocereus acranthus, Cereus acranthus, Binghamia acrantha, Cereus limensis, Haageocereus limensis, Haageocereus olowinskianus, Binghamia olowinskiana, Haageocereus achaetus, Haageocereus clavispinus, Haageocereus deflexispinus, Haageocereus lachayensis, Haageocereus pseudoacranthus, Haageocereus zonatus. Cacti occur in all shapes and sizes. They are extremely well adapted to drought and able to store water within the structure to ensure survival through dry periods. They can be found surviving in the driest places on the planet. Almost all cacti are succulents, and are often grown in greenhouses, particularly in regions unsuited to their cultivation outdoors. They can be grown in the ground or in suitable containers which means that they are suitable as houseplants, being tolerant of the often dry atmosphere. Potted cacti can be moved outside in the warm summer months.

Haageocereus pseudomelanostele syn.Haageocereus chosicensis, Haageocereus pseudomelanostele

Haageocereus pseudomelanostele will grow slowly to 1.5m tall. The stem has an average of 19 ribs with golden coloured spines. Flowers have dark red funnel shaped blooms with white anthers in a circle. This is a very rare cactus. Synonyms for this cactus are many but include Cereus pseudomelanostele, Binghamia pseudomelanostele, Cereus multangularis, Binghamia multangularis, Peruvocereus multangularis, Haageocereus multangularis, Cereus flavispinus, Cereus chosicensis, Binghamia chosicensis, Haageocereus chosicensis Cacti occur in all shapes and sizes. They are extremely well adapted to drought and able to store water within the structure to ensure survival through dry periods. They can be found surviving in the driest places on the planet. Almost all cacti are succulents, and are often grown in greenhouses, particularly in regions unsuited to their cultivation outdoors. They can be grown in the ground or in suitable containers which means that they are suitable as houseplants, being tolerant of the often dry atmosphere. Potted cacti can be moved outside in the warm summer months.

Habanada Pepper, Capsicum Annuum 'Habanada'

A small upright shrub with glossy green leaves of varying sizes depending on the variety. Chillies tend to be long, narrow, tapering fruit. The single flowers are an off-white (sometimes purplish) color while the stem is densely branched and up to 24ins tall. 'Habanada' bears 2" - 3" tangerine-orange, irregularly triangular fruits with fruity flavour and NO HEAT!

Habanero Peruvian White, Capsicum Chinense 'Habanero White'

A small upright shrub with glossy green leaves of varying sizes depending on the variety. Chillies tend to be long, narrow, tapering fruit. The single flowers are an off-white (sometimes purplish) color while the stem is densely branched and up to 24ins tall. 'Habanero White' has fruit that are around 5cm (2in) long and 2cm (¾in) in diamater, and fiery hot (Scoville heat units (SHU): 100,000 – 350,000)

Habenaria rhodocheila, Habenaria rhodocheila

Intense colours, delicate markings and unusually shaped flowers make orchids ideal display plants. There are about 28,000 accepted species of orchid, distributed in about 763 genera. They can be terrestrial, epiphytic or lithophitic. Terrestrial orchids can be rhizomatous or form underground tubers. Epiphytic orchids use other plants, rocks or fallen trees for anchorage. They have modified aerial roots that can sometimes be a few meters long. Lithophytes are plants that grow in or on rocks. Lithophytes feed off nutrients from rain water and nearby decaying plants, including their own dead tissue. Most orchids are easy to grow if the right conditions are met, usually these are to do with light, temperature, humidity and watering. H. rhodocheila flowers become a fluorescent orange. These plants will go dormant after blooming and slowly lose all of the foliage. Once dormant, a tuber inside the pot will rest until late spring.

Habranthus Martinezii, Rain Lily

Habranthus is one of several related genera commonly known as rain lilies. They have starry, funnel-shaped flowers and are native to tropical and semi-tropical regions of the Americas. Flowers are either solitary or in umbels of up to 4 flowers and typically appear in late spring through to autumn in response to rain. Individual bulbs are often capable of blooming more than once per year.

Haemanthus albiflos, Paintbrush

Haemanthus are evergreen or deciduous perennial bulbs. They have strap-shaped leaves and dense umbels of small flowers, sometimes with colourful bracts, and which are followed white or red fleshy fruits. Haemanthus albiflos is evergreen, and has hairy leaves and 10 cm.clusters of small white flowers inside green-white bracts. which are sometimes followed by orangey-red berries

Haemanthus coccineus, Blood Lily

Haemanthus are evergreen or deciduous perennial bulbs. They have strap-shaped leaves and dense umbels of small flowers, sometimes with colourful bracts, and which are followed white or red fleshy fruits. Haemanthus Coccineus is a perennial, with leaves that appear after the flowers, which are umbels of of small red flowers surrounded by red bracts, on stout brown stems The flowers are sometimes followed by fleshy white or red fruits fruits

Hairy Bittercress, Cardamine hirsuta

Cardamine hirsuta is an annual growing to 0.3m tall. It is not frost tender. It is in flower from early spring to mid-summer and the seeds ripen in early autumn. It grows best in moist soil, close to water.

Hairy Honeysuckle, Lonicera hispidula

Honeysuckles (Lonicera) are mostly hardy twining climbers, often grown for their fragrant display of summer flowers. Most are deciduous but some are evergreen. They are frequently grown for their ability to cover unsightly walls and outbuildings. The hardy climbing types need their roots in shade, and their flowering tops in sunlight or very light shade. 'Lonicera hispidula' is a native to parts of western California and Nevada. It bears pink flowers followed by edible, but bitter, round red fruits

Hairy Lady's Mantle, Alchemilla filicaulis

Alchemilla is a genus of herbaceous perennial plants with the common name "lady's mantle" applied generically. Most species are clump-forming or mounded with basal leaves arising from woody rhizomes. The grey-green to green leaves are often covered with soft hairs and the green to bright chartreuse flowers are small, have no petals and appear in clusters above the foliage in late spring and summer. Often used at the front of borders and complementing other flowering perennials. Ssp. vestita can be found flowering from early summer, growing wild across much of the United Kingdom growing in moist to mesic meadows, herb slopes, sometimes near seashores. Its seed can be collected for cultivation in home gardens.

Hairy Nightshade, Solanum villosum 'Mill'

Solanum villosum is an annual or short-lived perennial herb; it can grow 50cm tall, occasionally to 60cm. It produces clusters of 3–8 white flowers in the inflorescence, followed by dull orange globular berries. It makes an attractive pot plant.

Hairy Sedum, Sedum Mocinianum

Sedum, or Stonecrop, is a large genus of flowering plant which has fleshy, succulent leaves, fleshy stems, and has clusters of small, starry flowers.

Hairy Stemmed Rhipsalis, Rhipsalis pilocarpa

Rhipsalis is a genus of epiphytic cacti. They grow mostly pendent, few grow more or less upright or sprawling. They produce flowers that are small, usually about 1 cm in diameter, white or whitish in most species. Yellowish flowers occur in R. dissimilis and R. elliptica and R. hoelleri is the only Rhipsalis species with red flowers. The fruits are always berries, they are whitish or coloured pink, red or yellow. Water freely when in growth, but keep dryer in winter. Mist the leaves regularly with water to increase humidity and make sure the winter temperatures stay above 10°C. The plant is most often found indoors and may simply be mounted on a piece of bark like an orchid or potted in a good cactus mix. R. pilocarpa has long, hairy stems. Unlike other Rhipsalis species, R. pilocarpa only branches and flowers from the ends of the stems. which are dark green to purple, slender, and cylindrical. They grow erect at first, but in time become pendent, and up to 40 cm long. It produces very fragrant white flowers, singly or in pairs. Fruit is red and spherical, with hairy tufts.

Hairy Stemmed Snail Orchid, Pterostylis

Snail orchids are common in the south west of Western Australia, and many are currently unnamed - being known as 'sp. something'. Some are easily identified, and the Hairy Stemmed Snail Orchid is very distinct, due to its hairy stems. The flowers are similar to other snail orchids.

Hairy Vetch, Vicia villosa

Vicia are annuals, herbaceous perennials or climbers. The leaves can be simple, or divided into small leaflets, often ending in a tendril. Vicia villosa - 'Hairy Vetch' - is native to some of Europe and western Asia. It is an annual or biannual viny legume, having a woolly appearance due to long soft hairs on the stems and leaves. It stays green longer than Common Vetch. Hairy vetch fruits are elongated, finely haired, fawn coloured pods containing 4-8 globular blackish-brown seeds.This plant can be used as a green manure, or as fodder.

Hairy Wood-rush 'Igel', Luzula Pilosa 'Igel'

Luzula are evergreen perennials, sometimes stoloniferous. They have long, slender, flat leaves and clusters of tiny brown flowers in Spring or Summer. Luzula sylvatica - Great Wood-rush - is clump-forming with hair-edged leaves, and it spreads by stolons.'Izel' is a compact grass with glossy, dark green leaves and open clusters of tiny, yellow-green flowers in Spring

Hakea laurina, Pincushion Hakea

Hakea are evergreen trees and shrubs. The leaves are leathery, often needle-like. The flowers, which appear in clusters, are small and tubular, and are followed by woody seed-pods. Hakea laurina - Pincushion Hakea - bears round, pin-cushion, red flowers with projecting white or pink long styles. The flowers are sometimes faintly fragrant

Hakea lissocarpha, Honeybush Hakea

Hakea are evergreen trees and shrubs. The leaves are leathery, often needle-like. The flowers, which appear in clusters, are small and tubular, and are followed by woody seed-pods. Hakea lissocarpha - Honeybush Hakea - bears honey-scented white flowers

Hakea Multilineata, Grass-leaf Hakea

Hakea are evergreen trees and shrubs. The leaves are leathery, often needle-like. The flowers, which appear in clusters, are small and tubular, and are followed by woody seed-pods. Hakea Multilineata - Grass-Leaved Hakea - bears bottlebrush -like pink and white flowers

Hakea orthorrhyncha, Bird Beak Hakea

Hakea are evergreen trees and shrubs. The leaves are leathery, often needle-like. The flowers, which appear in clusters, are small and tubular, and are followed by woody seed-pods. Hakea orthorrhyncha - 'Bird Beak Hakea - bears bright red flowers that appear in clusters on older growth from early Winter to early Spring. Woody, beaked fruits follow the flowers, and are about 40 mm. long, 20 mm. wide.

Hakea petiolaris, Sea Urchin Hakea

Hakea are evergreen trees and shrubs. The leaves are leathery, often needle-like. The flowers, which appear in clusters, are small and tubular, and are followed by woody seed-pods. Hakea petiolaris - Sea Urchin Hakea - is a small tree that bears pink and cream flowers in Autumn and Witer

Hakea Salicifolia, Willow Leaved Hakea

Hakea are evergreen trees and shrubs. The leaves are leathery, often needle-like. The flowers, which appear in clusters, are small and tubular, and are followed by woody seed-pods. Hakea salicifolia - Willow-leaved Hakea, is indigenous to Eastern Australia, and is found in New South Wales and Queensland. It has a shrubby, bushy habit and narrow leaves. It bears white flowers in the the leaf axils, usually in late Winter to Spring, and whch are followed by woody seed pods.

Hakonechloa, Japanese Forest Grass

A clump forming grass which is compact, with typical grass-like arching leaves. This grass is avaiable in a variety of colours including bright yellow with green stripes, bright yellow, mid green with an orange tinge turning red in autumn, green and yellow striped and green turning red/orange.

Hakonechloa macra 'Alboaurea', Japanese Forest Grass 'Alboaurea'

A clump forming grass which is compact, with typical grass-like arching leaves. This grass is avaiable in a variety of colours including bright yellow with green stripes, bright yellow, mid green with an orange tinge turning red in autumn, green and yellow striped and green turning red/orange. 'Alboaurea' has white splashes on gold and green coloured foliage.

Hakonechloa macra 'All Gold', Japanese Forest Grass 'All Gold'

A clump forming grass which is compact, with typical grass-like arching leaves. This grass is avaiable in a variety of colours including bright yellow with green stripes, bright yellow, mid green with an orange tinge turning red in autumn, green and yellow striped and green turning red/orange. 'All Gold' has golden yellow foliage.

Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola', Japanese Forest Grass 'Aureola'

A clump forming grass which is compact, with typical grass-like arching leaves. This grass is avaiable in a variety of colours including bright yellow with green stripes, bright yellow, mid green with an orange tinge turning red in autumn, green and yellow striped and green turning red/orange. 'Aureola' has golden yellow and green variegated foliage.

Hakonechloa macra 'Beni-kaze', Japanese Forest Grass 'Beni-kaze'

A clump forming grass which is compact, with typical grass-like arching leaves. This grass is avaiable in a variety of colours including bright yellow with green stripes, bright yellow, mid green with an orange tinge turning red in autumn, green and yellow striped and green turning red/orange. 'Beni-kaze' has green foliage which turn red in the autumn. The cultivar name can be translated as “red wind”.

Hakonechloa macra 'Habsfl007' syn. Hakonechloa macra 'SunFlare', Japanese Forest Grass 'SunFlare'

A clump forming grass which is compact, with typical grass-like arching leaves. This grass is avaiable in a variety of colours including bright yellow with green stripes, bright yellow, mid green with an orange tinge turning red in autumn, green and yellow striped and green turning red/orange. 'SunFlare' is has golden yellow foliage that brightens even more in direct sunlight and bears some leaf tips in deep crimson.

Hakonechloa macra 'Nicolas', Japanese Forest Grass 'Nicolas'

A clump forming grass which is compact, with typical grass-like arching leaves. This grass is avaiable in a variety of colours including bright yellow with green stripes, bright yellow, mid green with an orange tinge turning red in autumn, green and yellow striped and green turning red/orange. 'Nicolas' has green foliage which turns to shades of orange and red in the autumn.

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