Scientific Name: Vitis ‘Roger’s Red’
Native Habitat: Found in the foothills of Northern and Central California
Roger’s Red Grape is a hybrid wild grape that is used mainly for landscaping. This variation is not found in the wild, but was made from wild Californian grape species. It is great to use for growing plants on walls, fences, or shade structures.
Scientific Name: Equisetum hyemale
Native Habitat: Found in northern North America, Europe, and northern Asia. Prefers to live in wetlands and riparian zones with seasonal flooding.
The Rough Horsetail is a prehistoric looking plant that grows multiple green straw-like stems instead of a typical leaf. These stems are hollow inside and grow in dense clumps like bamboo. Rough Horsetail is commonly used in water gardens and stormwater management, but can also be found in ornamental urban planters.
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