Purple Leaf Plants for the Garden and Landscape - purple stem hairy plant


Purple-stemmed Aster (Symphyotrichum puniceum) - Ontario Wildflowers purple stem hairy plant

Purple Stem, Hairy. Purple Stem, Hairy variety of Wisconsin Fast Plants were selectively bred for strong expression of a purple pigment, anthocyanin, visible throughout the stems, leaves, and bud tips. The ability to express anthocyanin (purple phenotype) is dominant, and .

Brassica rapa (Wisconsin Fast Plants®), Stock Seed Name: Purple Stem Hairy (High Anthocyanin Expression, Hairy)—Dominant expression of purple pigment in stems (also in petioles and bud tips); also selected for higher than usual number of leaf hairs; a quantatative trait. Main Uses: Genetic 4/5(4).

Sometimes lower leaves have one to a few deep lobes towards the base. Stems are erect and can be green or tinged red but usually purple in color, hence the common name Purple-stem Beggarticks. Stems are typically smooth but fine hairs may be present. Fruit.

Sep 22,  · The flowers grow on a tall stem and blossom in a deep shade of purple. This flower is poisonous. Handle with care. Soil Needs. Moist, Well-drained. Comfrey is a strong-growing perennial with hairy leaves and a bell-shaped flower. The plant's foliage is often used to heal inflammation and sores. Soil Needs. Moist, Well-drained.