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Annual Tuber [2, 3, 4]1655: Van der Donck; 1780s: Mt. An emblem of the House of Lancaster during War of the Roses in the 15th Century. Shrub [5, 6]1761: Bethabara South & Central Europe east to Turkey and the Caucasus. 1700 Grown by Newtown Creek in NY state on estate of Gershom Moore.
Favretti gives dates as being suitable for 1776-1850 gardens. They are remontant and known to rebloom in the fall and into winter. Winthrop, Jr; 1735: Collinson sent to Custis; 1767: T. Ogden: “another old pseudospecies inherited from the gardens of antiquity”. Winthrop was founder and governor of Connecticut arriving in the colonies in 1631. Although a perennial it is quite short-lived and degenerates after its second year. Some bulbs rescued with permission from old Chowan County homestead. Clusters of nickel-sized yellow flowers, rush-like green leaves. 13Y-YTree 1736: Wm Byrd II; 1736 Collinson sent to Custis; 1780s: Mt. “The true laurel of antiquity whose branches in garland symbolized victory or accomplishment” - Hortus.
These have not survived well here in The Homestead garden, possibly too warm (Zone 7b) Old House Gardens says best in cool climate.
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Jefferson North American native (Gaspe to Saskatchewan and south to FL & TX).
Kieffer came to America in 1834 so it was after that time and before his death in 1891. It is just outside the garden where we use it for pollination of the Seckel pear in the garden.
Tree Mid 19th CCross by Peter Kieffer of Chinese Sand pear with Bartlett pear. This area was originally settled by Scottish & English immigrants and it is felt it came with them.
pseudonarcissus) but is regarded as a botanical because it was discovered as a wild flower in the 17th century.