Botanical Name to Common Name – A-B

Abelia x grandiflora Glossy Abelia Abelmoschus moschatus musk mallow Abelmoschus esculentus Okra Aberia caffra Kai apple Aberia kaffra Kau Apple Abies lasiocarpa Alpine Fir Abies balsamea Balsam fir Abies pinsapo glauca Blue Spanish fir Abies magnifica California red fir Abies concolor Colorado Fir Abies alba European Silver Fir Abies fabri Faber’s fir Abies grandis Giant fir Abies cephalonica Greek Fir […]

Botanical Name to Common Name – C-E

Cacalia atriplicifolia Pale Indian Plantain Caesalpinia   Brasiletto Caesalpinia ferrea Leopard Tree Caesalpinia mexicana Retamilia Caesalpinia sappan Sappan-wood Caesalpinia pucherrima gilliesii Yellow Bird of Paradise Caladium x hortulanum Fancy-leaved caladium Calamagrostis canadensis Bluejoint Grass Calamintha officinalis: Calamint Calamintha officinalis: Calamint Calamintha ascendens Calamintha Calamintha nepeta Nepitella Calamintha grandiflora Showy Calamint Calamintha clinopodium Wild Basil Calamus rotang Sweet Segde Calandrinia umbellata […]

Botanical Name to Common Name – F-P

Fabiana imbricata Pichi Fagopyrum esculentum Buckwheat Fagopyrum tataricum Tartarian Buckwheat Fagus sylvatica Beech Fagus sylvatica var. purpurea Copper-Beech Fallopia convolvulus Black bindweed Fallugia paradoxa Apache plume Fatsia papyrifera: Rice-paper tree Fedia cornucopiae African Valerian Feijoa Pineapple Guava Feijoa sellowiana Pineapple Guava Felicia bergeriana Kingfisher Daisy Ferocactus Barrel Cactus Ferocactus wislizenii Fish-hook Barrel Feronia elephantum Wood Apple Ferula communis African Ammoniacum […]

Botanical Name to Common Name – P-Z

Phacelia tanacetifolia Bee Food Phacelia campanularia Desert Bluebells Phalaris canariensis Canary-grass Phalaris arundinacea Reed Canary Grass Phaseolus angularis Adzuki Bean Phaseolus Beans Phaseolus vulgaris var. nanus Bush Bean Phaseolus vulgaris Kidney Bean Phaseolus lunatus Lima Bush Beans Phaseolus vulgaris var. vulgaris Pole Bean Phaseolus coccineus Runner Beans Phaseolus acutifolius Tepary Beans Phellodendron amurense Amur cork tree Philadelphus lewisii Mock-orange Phlomis […]

Common to Botanical Names A-Br

A-Br A-Br Bu-C D-Go Gr-J K-O P-R S T-Z 172k 190K 160K 123K 145k 120K 158k 169k     Abscess Root Polemonium reptans Acacia Acacia abyssicina Acacia Acacia glaucophylla Acacia Acacia gummifera Acacia Acacia nilotica Acacia Acacia senegal Acacias Acacia   Acanthus-leaved Thistle Carlina acanthifolia Accocha Cyclanthera pedata Aconite Aconitum   Aconite Aconitum columbianum Aconite Aconitum fischeri Acroclinium Helipterum roseum […]

Common to Botanical Names D-Go

A-Br A-Br Bu-C D-Go Gr-J K-O P-R S T-Z 172k 190K 160K 123K 145k 120K 158k 169k   >   Daffodil Narcissus   Daffodil Narcissus pseudonarcissus Dahoon Holly Ilex dahoon Daikon Raphanus sativus ‘Acanthiformis’ Daikon Radishes Raphanus bipinnatus Dalmatian Pellitory Tanacetum cinerariifolium Dalmatian Spurge Euphorbia wulfenii Damask Rose Rosa x damascena Damiana Turnera aphrodisiaca Damiana Turnera diffusa Dandelion Leontodon sinense: […]

Common to Botanical name Gr-J

A-Br A-Br Bu-C D-Go Gr-J K-O P-R S T-Z 172k 190K 160K 123K 145k 120K 158k 169k     Grains of Paradise Amelopsis grana paradisi Grape Vitis   Grape Hyacinth Muscari racemosum Grapefruit Citrus x paradisi Grape-leaf Anemone Anemone vitifolia Grass Nut Triteleia laxa Grass of Parnassus Parnassia glauca Grassy Bells Edraianthus graminifolius Gravelroot Eupatorium purpureum Gray Lady Plymouth Gerani […]

2000 Mexico’s largest pumpkin

Additional Pumpkin Pages How To Grow – Records – Clipart – Seeds – Poems – Phantom – Carving – Pumpkin Recipes – FAQ’s – How Big is it? A great pumpkin I think, but I’m not absolutely sure, that the 389 Caro 00 is the largest pumpkin in México. The only sure thing is: this is the largest pumpkin in […]

Growing Giant Pumpkins

GROWING GIANT PUMPKINS Basic Cultural Practices by Joel Holland SOIL PREPARATION: Minimum space is approx. 300 sq. ft. per plant. Doubling this space or even more would be an advantage, and will generally result in a larger pumpkins. Prepare the soil by cultivation. Rake out larger stones, clumps of sod, etc. Incorporate into the soil an inch or more of […]

10 Pumpkin Poems

Pumpkin Poem or Two by Tony Hickman All poem’s are copyrighted. Request to publish any poem requires permission by Tony Hickman. Additional Educational Pumpkin Poem’s are on this link. If you would like to see how my pumpkin patch is doing this 2001, please stop by. WHO Who’s got the biggest And who’s didn’t bust Who’s telling lies And who […]