Cornus kousa, also known as Kousa Dogwood, Chinese Dogwood, Japanese Dogwood, or Korean Dogwood). The red fruit are edible and tasty, sometimes used to make wine. Another plus is that […]
I took these photos, and others to be uploaded shortly, at Quarryhill Botanical garden, near Sonoma in N. California. “Founded in 1987, Quarryhill is one of the pre-eminent Asian botanical […]
Cornus mas is a species of dogwood, native to S. Europe and Southwest Asia. The fruit tastes like something between a sour cherry and cranberry, turns dark red when ripe. […]
I took this at the botanical gardens in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Here’s a list in progress of plant families, ordered alphabetically. Click a family name and the link will take you to a page listing corresponding entries. I am in the […]
Here’s a list-in-progress of plant families, ordered alphabetically. Click a family name and the link will take you to a page listing corresponding entries. I am in the process up […]
Following is a list of plant species I work with. The list mostly consists of species from around the world, typically those species I have encountered while living, traveling and […]