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The Orange Daylily: flowers for but a single day in its life-cycle.
Chrysophyllum oliviforme, or the Rumberry Tree: thrives in warm climates where it produces small red to purple berries that are used in desserts and drinks.
Calibertia patinoi, or the Borojó Tree: produces a fruit that is often used in health foods, juices, and smoothies.
Zelkova Serrata, or the Zelkova Tree: can extend up to eighty feet in height and can grow a canopy nearly as wide.
The Tan Provence Donkey: is a variant of a domesticated breed long used in the Provence region of France.
The Romeldale sheep: was bred in 1915 from the cross of Romney rams and Rambouillet ewes.
The first Spotted Poland China Pig: was bred neither in Poland nor in China but in Miami Valley, Ohio.
Although the Blue Ring-neck Pheasant: can be found in the United States, it is native to China and East Asia.
Rumberry juice: is a sweet beverage treat in many parts of the Caribbean.
Sweet bojoro fruit and fresh ice cream: give us this refreshing summer treat.
Take bojoro fruit juice and add water: simple, healthy, and delicious!
A flowered wreath of orange daylilies: capturing the beauty of a flower that blooms for but a single day.
With the proper preservation techniques, you can for capture the beauty of a flower that blossoms for but a single day: the orange daylily.
Tell someone you love them with a bouquet of delicate orange daylilies.
Perfect for a special occasion, this festive archway is crafted of strong Zelkova wood and adorned with bright orange daylily flowers.
The keyaki wood of the Zelkova tree: is prized in Japan for use in furniture like this beautiful table.
A Zelkova stool: made from prized keyaki wood: simple, functional, elegant.