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Diplycosia rigidifolia sp. nov. (Ericaceae) from Borneo, Sabah, Malaysia

(Ericaceae) from Borneo, Sabah, Malaysia

Blueberries are in the same plant family as azaleas — the Ericaceae — so if you can successfully grow these, you should be able to grow blueberries.

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Blueberries are in the same plant family as azaleas — the Ericaceae — so if you can successfully grow these, you should be able to grow blueberries.

The Mountain Laurel is a member of the heath family (Ericaceae). This family of plants contains many of our most common and best-known shrubs including huckleberries, blueberries, azaleas, cranberries, and rhododendron.

i'[m named after this plant! The Mountain Laurel is a member of the heath family (Ericaceae). This family of plants contains many of our most common and best-known shrubs including huckleberries, blueberries, azaleas, cranberries, and rhododendron.

Cavendishia erythrostegia, photo taken by Dr.K.A.Kron back to Neotropical Blueberries

Cavendishia erythrostegia, photo taken by Dr.Kron back to Neotropical Blueberries

Psammisia incana, photo taken by Dr.K.A.Kron back to Neotropical Blueberries

Psammisia incana, photo taken by Dr.Kron back to Neotropical Blueberries

Mycorrhizal Fungi   "The endomycorrhizal fungi that Janice and I got from you last month has been incredibly effective. I'm particularly surprised by how quickly roses react to it. After inoculation, the roses I treated dropped all their diseased leaves and flushed out in new healthy growth. I've treated my own plants and several client 'rose gardens' now with the same encouraging results."  Kathy, Victoria, BC

Mycorrhizal fungi form symbiotic relationships with over of plant species.

Ericaceae - the family of plants including the heathers, azaleas, rhododendrons and all of those beautiful berry bearing plants such as cranberries, blueberries and huckleberries. They thrive in acidic soils and temperate climates. Here we can see a very typical ericaceous flower of a heather plant - little vase-shaped, downward pointing flowers with fused petals.

Ericaceae - the family of plants including the heathers, azaleas, rhododendrons and all of those beautiful berry bearing plants such as cranberries, blueberries and huckleberries. They thrive in acidic soils and temperate climates. Here we can see a very typical ericaceous flower of a heather plant - little vase-shaped, downward pointing flowers with fused petals.

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