Aaron's-beard

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Aaron's-beard,

name sometimes applied to several plants usually characterized by some beardlike aspect, as the St.-John's-wort because of its many stamens and the Kenilworth ivy because of its threadlike runners. Aaron's-beard cactus is Opuntia leucotricha, a true cactus.
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John's wort in our area is Hypericum calycinum, a ground cover which grows easily enough in the shade or morning sun.
For a low- growing flowering shrub there is nothing to beat the hypericum calycinum with its gorgeous shaving-brush flowers in late summer and early autumn.
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