Pray why are you so bare, so bare, Oh, bough of the old oak-tree; And why, when I go through the shade you throw, Runs a shudder over me? My leaves were green as the best, I trow, And sap ran free in my veins, But I saw in the moonli... Read more of The Haunted Oak at Martin Luther King.caInformational Site Network Informational
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Ozothamnus






OZOTHAMNUS ROSMARINIFOLIUS.--Australia, 1827. A pretty little Australian

Composite, forming a dense, twiggy shrub, with narrow, Rosemary-like

leaves, and small, whitish, Aster-like flowers which resemble those of

its near relative, the Olearia, and are produced so thickly that the

plant looks like a sheet of white when the blooms are fully developed.

It flowers in June and July. In most parts of the country it will

require protection, but can be classed as fairly hardy. Cuttings root

freely if placed in sandy soil in a cool frame.






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