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Abelia Sunshine
Abelia Sunshine

Scientific Name : Abelia grandiflora Hardiness Degree : -10°F (-23.3°C) Blooming Season : Spring, Summer, Autumn Plant Habit : Mounded, Spreading Spacing : 24 - 36" (61 - 91cm) Height : 36 - 48" (91 - 122cm) Width : 36 - 48" (91 - 122cm) Exposure : Sun Grower Information : A Ball Ornamentals exclusive Awesome tricolor variegation of pink, golden yellow and green Full, bushy habit needs no pruning

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Abutilon Fairy Coral Red
Abutilon Fairy Coral Red

Height: 12-18" Hardiness Zone: 7b to 11 Exposure: Full Sun Uses: Landscapes, baskets, containers. Description: Flowering maples are undergoing a renaissance because of their prolific flowering and the many colors available. This variety sports many handsome salmon to pink flowers and remains less than 18" tall in containers and in the landscape. Blooms from spring into fall. Additional Gardener Information Bloom Time: Spring into fall. Watering: Allow to dry between waterings.

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Abutilon Melon
Abutilon Melon

Height: 12-18" Hardiness Zone: 7b to 11 Exposure: Full Sun Uses: Landscapes, baskets, containers. Description: Flowering maples are undergoing a renaissance because of their prolific flowering and the many colors available. This variety sports many handsome salmon to pink flowers and remains less than 18" tall in containers and in the landscape. Blooms from spring into fall. Additional Gardener Information Bloom Time: Spring into fall. Watering: Allow to dry between waterings.

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Acacia Low Boy
Acacia Low Boy

Height 2-3' in height Width 10-20' in diameter Growth Rate Fast with warmth and supplemental irrigation Supplemental Irrigation Requirements Little required once established Habit Prostrate Exposure Full Sun Hardiness USDA 9-11 Sunset 8-24 15°F Foliage Phyllodes are 2-6" long and gray green to green. Flower Yellow fragrant cylinders of flowers in spring have a fragrance of vanilla

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Acourus Variegated
Acourus Variegated

Grassy leaves of green and cream stripping in fans from the growing tips of the creeping rhizome. Some fans also grow along the rhizome with lateral branching occurring, but primary growth is in the tip. Grows 8 - 12 inches tall.

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Agapanthus Blue
Agapanthus Blue

These plants have trunks or roots which store nourishment, originating bulbs or tubers. The Lily of the Nile is small in size and 1 m in height; in the summer it assumes a purple colouring. These plants aren't evergreens, which means they lose their leaves some months during the year. These plants give origin to a brush with a rounded form.

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Agapanthus Purple
Agapanthus Purple

These plants have trunks or roots which store nourishment, originating bulbs or tubers. The Lily of the Nile is small in size and 1 m in height; in the summer it assumes a purple colouring. These plants aren't evergreens, which means they lose their leaves some months during the year. These plants give origin to a brush with a rounded form.

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Agave Blue
Agave Blue

Blue agave or century plant propagates easy from the small shoots that come up around the mother plant. Look for small bluish colored sprouts coming up next to larger century plants. In fact you are doing the mother plant a favor by preventing too many daughter plants from crowding it out.

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Alstromeria 2GAL
Alstromeria 2GAL

Growers of this genus utilize different techniques to get the seeds germinated, but most will agree that soaking the seeds for 24 hours is the best way to get the process started. Alstroemeria seeds don't seem to respond to dormancy breaking hormones. Some growers scarify them by making a small nick just above the embryo, which may be seen as a dark spot. Scarification, however, is not always necessary. Seeds do not have to be sown "fresh" but sown at the right time of the year.

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Anigozanthos Amber Velvet
Anigozanthos Amber Velvet

Amber Velvet displays a range of brilliant orange flowers in spring and early summer. An evergreen clumping strap leafed perennial with foliage to 12 to 16 inches tall and flowering stems to 3-4 feet tall bearing large golden yellow flowers on red stems from spring to fall. Plant in a sunny and open position in the garden in well drained soils. Irrigate regularly and fertilize in spring (not heavily and keep Phosphorus on the low side).

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Anigozanthos Bush Gold
Anigozanthos Bush Gold

Bush Gold displays a range of brilliant yellow flowers in spring and early summer. An evergreen clumping strap leafed perennial with foliage to 12 to 16 inches tall and flowering stems to 3-4 feet tall bearing large golden yellow flowers on red stems from spring to fall. Plant in a sunny and open position in the garden in well drained soils. Irrigate regularly and fertilize in spring (not heavily and keep Phosphorus on the low side).

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Anigozanthos Red
Anigozanthos Red

Displays a range of brilliant Red flowers in spring and early summer. An evergreen clumping strap leafed perennial with foliage to 12 to 16 inches tall and flowering stems to 3-4 feet tall bearing large golden yellow flowers on red stems from spring to fall. Plant in a sunny and open position in the garden in well drained soils. Irrigate regularly and fertilize in spring (not heavily and keep Phosphorus on the low side).

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Anigozanthos Pink Beauty
Anigozanthos Pink Beauty

Pink Beauty displays a range of brilliant pink flowers in spring and early summer. An evergreen clumping strap leafed perennial with foliage to 12 to 16 inches tall and flowering stems to 3-4 feet tall bearing large golden yellow flowers on red stems from spring to fall. Plant in a sunny and open position in the garden in well drained soils. Irrigate regularly and fertilize in spring (not heavily and keep Phosphorus on the low side).

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Anigozanthos Ruby Velvet
Anigozanthos Ruby Velvet

Ruby Velvet displays a range of brilliant ruby flowers in spring and early summer. An evergreen clumping strap leafed perennial with foliage to 12 to 16 inches tall and flowering stems to 3-4 feet tall bearing large golden yellow flowers on red stems from spring to fall. Plant in a sunny and open position in the garden in well drained soils. Irrigate regularly and fertilize in spring (not heavily and keep Phosphorus on the low side).

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Anigozanthos Tequila Sunrise
Anigozanthos Tequila Sunrise

Tequila Sunrise displays a range of brilliant orange flowers in spring and early summer. An evergreen clumping strap leafed perennial with foliage to 12 to 16 inches tall and flowering stems to 3-4 feet tall bearing large golden yellow flowers on red stems from spring to fall. Plant in a sunny and open position in the garden in well drained soils. Irrigate regularly and fertilize in spring (not heavily and keep Phosphorus on the low side).

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Anigozanthos Yellow Gem
Anigozanthos Yellow Gem

Yellow Gem displays a range of brilliant golden flowers in spring and early summer. An evergreen clumping strap leafed perennial with foliage to 12 to 16 inches tall and flowering stems to 3-4 feet tall bearing large golden yellow flowers on red stems from spring to fall. Plant in a sunny and open position in the garden in well drained soils. Irrigate regularly and fertilize in spring (not heavily and keep Phosphorus on the low side).

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Anisodontea
Anisodontea

Features: A fast growing long flowering shrub originally from South Africa. Attarctive pale pink to pink flowers with darker centres. Exposure: Full Sun. Size: 6 – 8 feet. Uses: Containers, Landscapes. Planting Guide: Space 6 – 8 feet apart. Comments: Water during dry periods.

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Artemisia
Artemisia

Features: Low cushion of ferny, silvery-grey leaves. Exposure: Full sun to part shade. Size: 10-12 inches. Uses: Borders, containers, edging, groundcover. Planting Guide: Space 12-23 inches apart. Comments: Plants will regrow quickly and remain attractive all season long.

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Asparagus Fox Tail
Asparagus Fox Tail

Although it looks like a fern, it is a member of the lily family and originally came from South Africa. Its thick white roots help it survive in unfriendly environments. If it gets too dry or too warm its leaves turn yellow and drop. The foxtail asparagus looks its best when it is given filtered light, evenly moist heavy soil and a cool night temperature with good air circulation. Since the roots make such a heavy mat that the water will run off the top, occasionally soak.

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Azalea Lavender
Azalea Lavender

Flaming color! Our Hardy Azaleas are brilliant flowering shrubs that bloom in magnificent profusion. Azaleas so hardy they thrive where winter temperatures drop below zero. Hardy Azaleas far superior to old-fashioned varieties. Lovely flowers cover these plants as few others can do. Make ideal foundation plants. And, you can start enjoying their colorful blooms this coming spring.

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Azalea Pink
Azalea Pink

Flaming color! Our Hardy Azaleas are brilliant flowering shrubs that bloom in magnificent profusion. Azaleas so hardy they thrive where winter temperatures drop below zero. Hardy Azaleas far superior to old-fashioned varieties. Lovely flowers cover these plants as few others can do. Make ideal foundation plants. And, you can start enjoying their colorful blooms this coming spring.

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Azalea Purple
Azalea Purple

Flaming color! Our Hardy Azaleas are brilliant flowering shrubs that bloom in magnificent profusion. Azaleas so hardy they thrive where winter temperatures drop below zero. Hardy Azaleas far superior to old-fashioned varieties. Lovely flowers cover these plants as few others can do. Make ideal foundation plants. And, you can start enjoying their colorful blooms this coming spring.

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Azalea Red Bird
Azalea Red Bird

Flaming color! Our Hardy Azaleas are brilliant flowering shrubs that bloom in magnificent profusion. Azaleas so hardy they thrive where winter temperatures drop below zero. Hardy Azaleas far superior to old-fashioned varieties. Lovely flowers cover these plants as few others can do. Make ideal foundation plants. And, you can start enjoying their colorful blooms this coming spring.

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Azalea Alaska White
Azalea Alaska White

Flaming color! Our Hardy Azaleas are brilliant flowering shrubs that bloom in magnificent profusion. Azaleas so hardy they thrive where winter temperatures drop below zero. Hardy Azaleas far superior to old-fashioned varieties. Lovely flowers cover these plants as few others can do. Make ideal foundation plants. And, you can start enjoying their colorful blooms this coming spring.

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Bidens Yellow
Bidens Yellow

The Bidens Solaire™ Yellow, 'Bidens', produces abundant, small, bright gold flowers on well behaved plants. The Solaire is a Proven Winners plant. Bidens Solaire is a full, lush summer plant that is early to flower and virus free. This rich bright yellow flowering plant is ideal for beds, hanging baskets, borders, and containers. It is also heat and drought tolerant with few pest or disease problems and performs well in the landscape. For zones 9-11, this plant can also be a perennial.

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Billbergia
Billbergia

The basic rosette of the plant is made up of relatively few leaves (in some species as few as five or six) which grow upright forming a narrow tube or, if the leaves flare out, a vase, which can store large amounts of water. The leaves are toothed, although in some cases very sparsely. The distribution of leaf scales (trichomes) often produces white or silver banding, particularly on the undersides (abaxial) of the leaves.

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Bird Of Paradise
Bird Of Paradise

Features: The Plant consists of a series of modified leaves that are transformed into green, purple and red structures that resemble canoes. The modified leaves reach lengths of 4 to 8 inches. The length of the leaves depends greatly on both the age and the size of the plant. Exposure: Part Sun to Full Sun. Size: 3 – 5 Feet tall. Uses: Ornamental, Cutting Flower, Border, Container, Seacoast Exposure. Planting Guide: Space 6 feet apart. Comments: Bird of Paradise is a tropical flower.

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Bougainvillea Raspberry Ice
Bougainvillea Raspberry Ice

A profuse bloomer that is one of the most vigorous variegated cultivars in our collection. Vivid crimson floral bracts set off the striking glacier-white leaves edged in meadow-green. An industry standard in variegated Bougainvilleas. Hardy to Zone 9 and higher for outdoors. Full sun, grows to 2-3’ in container, vining in habit, minimum temperature 50°, everbloomer. Great for a hanging basket!

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Bougainvillea Temple Fire
Bougainvillea Temple Fire
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Buxux Green Beauty
Buxux Green Beauty

Hardiness Zones: 6-9 Habit: Evergreen Growth Rate: Slow Site Requirements:Full sun to partial shade; moist, well-drained soil Height: 3 to 4 feet Width: 3 to 4 feet Texture: Medium Form: Rounded, dense mound Foliage: Alternate, simple, shiny dark green leaves

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Caliandra - Stake
Caliandra - Stake

It is a leguminous plant. It grows well in a wide range of climatic and soil condition, but performs best in coffee zones. A well maintained and manured Calliandra can continuously produce fodder for 10 – 20 years! It is important to keep it free of weeds and fill the gaps in the early stages. Other uses include fuel woods, stakes, poles and bee forage, as well as helping in soil fertility improvement and soil erosion control, and serving as an ornament tree.

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Calla Lily White
Calla Lily White

Once the calla lilies have started to grow in the garden it is time to start caring for them. The calla lily is a hardy plant with very little needs but there are some soil and nutritional amendments you might want to consider. Remember, just because calla lilies are sometimes considered weeds in their country of origin, it does not mean that callas will automatically love your backyard!

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Camellia Assorted
Camellia Assorted

Hardiness Zones: 7-10 Light Requirements: Partial sun Height: 8-10 ft. Width: 8-10 ft. Flowering Season: Fall-Winter Flower Color: Red Soil: Loamy clay Growth Rate:Moderate

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Cana Green Red
Cana Green Red

This beautiful Red Canna lily was one that I ordered through the mail from a specialist grower. It has a slightly stripey look to its leaves, with the colours of a forest green and maroon. When Middle Garden was new and treeless I could see the red flowers from the upstairs windows of the house. They seemed to arrive late in the summer and were still blooming well in mid April.

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Canna Black
Canna Black

This beautiful Black Canna lily was one that I ordered through the mail from a specialist grower. It has a slightly stripey look to its leaves, with the colours of a forest green and maroon. When Middle Garden was new and treeless I could see the red flowers from the upstairs windows of the house. They seemed to arrive late in the summer and were still blooming well in mid April.

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Canna Tropicana
Canna Tropicana

This beautiful Tropicana Canna lily was one that I ordered through the mail from a specialist grower. It has a slightly stripey look to its leaves, with the colours of a forest green and maroon. When Middle Garden was new and treeless I could see the red flowers from the upstairs windows of the house. They seemed to arrive late in the summer and were still blooming well in mid April.

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Carolina Cherry
Carolina Cherry

Carolina Cherry blossoms with sweet smelling yellow trumpet flowers about 1 1/2 inches long on a trailing, evergreen vine. Native to the southeastern United States, it thrives in mild climates as an ornamental plant, perfect for growing along walls, trellises, fences, and even as a ground cover or in a container. Easy and fast growing, the vine can get as long as twenty feet. The two to four inch leaves are shiny green and grow in pairs across from each other. The plant may bloom again in

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Carolina Jasmine
Carolina Jasmine

Carolina Jasmine blossoms with sweet smelling yellow trumpet flowers about 1 1/2 inches long on a trailing, evergreen vine. Native to the southeastern United States, it thrives in mild climates as an ornamental plant, perfect for growing along walls, trellises, fences, and even as a ground cover or in a container. Easy and fast growing, the vine can get as long as twenty feet. The two to four inch leaves are shiny green and grow in pairs across from each other. The plant may bloom again in

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Coleonema Pulchellum (Diosma)
Coleonema Pulchellum (Diosma)

Hardy shrub with fine aromatic foliage and masses of small pink flowers in Winter & Spring. Height: 1.5M Width: 1.5M Flower colour: Pink Flowering season: Winter/Spring Features:- Plants suitable for shape pruning Frost resistant plants Plants suitable for hedging Plants suitable for feature Plants suitable for cut flowers/foliage Perfumed plants Wind tolerant plants

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Convolvulus Cneorum
Convolvulus Cneorum

Category: Shrub Family: Convolvulaceae (Morning-glories) Origin: Italy (Europe) Evergreen: Yes Flower Color: White Bloomtime: Spring/Fall Height: 2-4 feet Width: 2-4 feet Exposure: Sun or Shade Seaside: Yes Irrigation (H2O Info): Low Water Needs Winter Hardiness: 15-20° F

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Coprosma Beatson's Gold
Coprosma Beatson's Gold

A twiggy stage where shadows and light become the cast, ‘Beatson’s Gold’ captivates an audience with variegated foliage and a distinctive horizontal branching pattern. The narrowly oval, tiny leaves are lime-yellow and rimmed by a crisp dark green. Stiff and upright, this handsome New Zealand native can be planted as a specimen, a formal or informal hedge or as a screen. It happily resides in coastal climates, obliging nearly any soil type, especially very dry ones.

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Coprosma Evening Glow
Coprosma Evening Glow

A twiggy stage where shadows and light become the cast, ‘Beatson’s Gold’ captivates an audience with variegated foliage and a distinctive horizontal branching pattern. The narrowly oval, tiny leaves are lime-yellow and rimmed by a crisp dark green. Stiff and upright, this handsome New Zealand native can be planted as a specimen, a formal or informal hedge or as a screen. It happily resides in coastal climates, obliging nearly any soil type, especially very dry ones.

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Coprosma Green
Coprosma Green

A twiggy stage where shadows and light become the cast, ‘Beatson’s Gold’ captivates an audience with variegated foliage and a distinctive horizontal branching pattern. The narrowly oval, tiny leaves are lime-yellow and rimmed by a crisp dark green. Stiff and upright, this handsome New Zealand native can be planted as a specimen, a formal or informal hedge or as a screen. It happily resides in coastal climates, obliging nearly any soil type, especially very dry ones.

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Coprosma Karo Red
Coprosma Karo Red

A twiggy stage where shadows and light become the cast, ‘Beatson’s Gold’ captivates an audience with variegated foliage and a distinctive horizontal branching pattern. The narrowly oval, tiny leaves are lime-yellow and rimmed by a crisp dark green. Stiff and upright, this handsome New Zealand native can be planted as a specimen, a formal or informal hedge or as a screen. It happily resides in coastal climates, obliging nearly any soil type, especially very dry ones.

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Coprosma Tequila Sunrise
Coprosma Tequila Sunrise

A twiggy stage where shadows and light become the cast, ‘Beatson’s Gold’ captivates an audience with variegated foliage and a distinctive horizontal branching pattern. The narrowly oval, tiny leaves are lime-yellow and rimmed by a crisp dark green. Stiff and upright, this handsome New Zealand native can be planted as a specimen, a formal or informal hedge or as a screen. It happily resides in coastal climates, obliging nearly any soil type, especially very dry ones.

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Cordyline Red Sensation
Cordyline Red Sensation

Category: Tree Family: Dracaenaceae (~Agaveaceae) Origin: New Zealand (Australasia) Evergreen: Yes Flower Color: NA Bloomtime: Infrequent Fragrant Flowers: Yes Height: 15-25 feet Width: 8-10 feet Exposure: Full Sun Irrigation (H2O Info): Low Water Needs Winter Hardiness: 0-10° F

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Cordyline Red Star
Cordyline Red Star

Category: Tree Family: Dracaenaceae (~Agaveaceae) Origin: New Zealand (Australasia) Evergreen: Yes Flower Color: NA Bloomtime: Infrequent Fragrant Flowers: Yes Height: 15-25 feet Width: 8-10 feet Exposure: Full Sun Irrigation (H2O Info): Low Water Needs Winter Hardiness: 0-10° F

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Daylily Plum
Daylily Plum

For best results plant at any time from early spring to late fall. Performs best in full sun, but will tolerate partial shade. Plant 24 inches apart in any normally fertile soil. Divide every three to four years for the best blooms. Fertilize in early spring and late fall with Flower-Tone and Kelp Meal. Hardy in zones 5-9.

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Day Lily Ruby Stella
Day Lily Ruby Stella

For best results plant at any time from early spring to late fall. Performs best in full sun, but will tolerate partial shade. Plant 24 inches apart in any normally fertile soil. Divide every three to four years for the best blooms. Fertilize in early spring and late fall with Flower-Tone and Kelp Meal. Hardy in zones 5-9.

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Day Lily Stella De Oro
Day Lily Stella De Oro

For best results plant at any time from early spring to late fall. Performs best in full sun, but will tolerate partial shade. Plant 24 inches apart in any normally fertile soil. Divide every three to four years for the best blooms. Fertilize in early spring and late fall with Flower-Tone and Kelp Meal. Hardy in zones 5-9.

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Day Lily Yellow
Day Lily Yellow

For best results plant at any time from early spring to late fall. Performs best in full sun, but will tolerate partial shade. Plant 24 inches apart in any normally fertile soil. Divide every three to four years for the best blooms. Fertilize in early spring and late fall with Flower-Tone and Kelp Meal. Hardy in zones 5-9.

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Dicentra Pink
Dicentra Pink

Garden Location: Flower Borders Height: 2 to 3 feet Spread: 1.5 to 2.5 feet Bloom Time: April to May Bloom Color: Pink, White Bloom Description: White/pink Sun: Part shade to full shade Water: Medium Maintenance: Low Flowers: Showy Flowers Tolerates: Dense Shade, Rabbits Uses: Cut Flower

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Dicentra White
Dicentra White

Garden Location: Flower Borders Height: 2 to 3 feet Spread: 1.5 to 2.5 feet Bloom Time: April to May Bloom Color: Pink, White Bloom Description: White/pink Sun: Part shade to full shade Water: Medium Maintenance: Low Flowers: Showy Flowers Tolerates: Dense Shade, Rabbits Uses: Cut Flower

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Dodonaea Viscosa Purpurea
Dodonaea Viscosa Purpurea

Sun Exposure: Light shade to full sun, the red form doesn't turn fully red in the shade. Growth Habits: Evergreen bush or small tree, short-lived, fast growing up to 12 to 15 feet tall and wide (3.6-4.5 m); alternate, linear, glossy leaves, 2 to 5 inches long (5-12 cm), 0.25 to 0.8 inch wide (1.2-2 cm), with lighter colored undersides Watering Needs: Little to abundant water when established, needs good drainage

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Durantha Blue
Durantha Blue

Category: Shrub Family: Verbenaceae (Vervains) Origin: West Indies (North America) Evergreen: Yes Flower Color: Blue Bloomtime: Summer Synonyms: [Duranta repens 'Sapphire Showers'] Height: 15-25 feet Width: 8-12 feet Exposure: Full Sun Irrigation (H2O Info): Medium Water Needs Winter Hardiness: 20-25° F May be Poisonous

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Durantha Green
Durantha Green

Category: Shrub Family: Verbenaceae (Vervains) Origin: West Indies (North America) Evergreen: Yes Flower Color: Purple Bloomtime: Summer Synonyms: [Duranta repens 'Sapphire Showers'] Height: 15-25 feet Width: 8-12 feet Exposure: Full Sun Irrigation (H2O Info): Medium Water Needs Winter Hardiness: 20-25° F May be Poisonous

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Durantha Variegated
Durantha Variegated

Category: Shrub Family: Verbenaceae (Vervains) Origin: West Indies (North America) Evergreen: Yes Bloomtime: Summer Synonyms: [Duranta repens 'Sapphire Showers'] Height: 15-25 feet Width: 8-12 feet Exposure: Full Sun Irrigation (H2O Info): Medium Water Needs Winter Hardiness: 20-25° F May be Poisonous

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Durantha White
Durantha White

Category: Shrub Family: Verbenaceae (Vervains) Origin: West Indies (North America) Evergreen: Yes Flower Color: White Bloomtime: Summer Synonyms: [Duranta repens 'Sapphire Showers'] Height: 15-25 feet Width: 8-12 feet Exposure: Full Sun Irrigation (H2O Info): Medium Water Needs Winter Hardiness: 20-25° F May be Poisonous

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Elephant Ear
Elephant Ear

Caring for your elephant ear plants requires attention. They are very heavy feeders and take a lot of fertilizer. A liquid form of fertilizer is good for their moist soil conditions, and you should choose one that is high in nitrogen for best foliage growth. Feed them with the fertilizer weekly according to its package directions. Water as often as needed to keep the soil moist to the touch, since they are a wetland plant.

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Elephant Foot
Elephant Foot

The plant can be placed outdoors in the summer, but should be kept inside once the temperature goes below 55 degrees. If it is normally indoors and you take it outside, do it a little at a time until it gets used to its new environment. Water the plant every 7 to 14 days.

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Escallonia
Escallonia

Water the escallonia daily until it is established in the garden and new growth emerges. Continue to water regularly, especially during drought, but do not over water. Help the soil retain moisture by spreading a layer of mulch under the shrub. Feed the shrub with bone meal in the spring and fall. The leaves are susceptible to silver leaf; the leaves will become ashy color and might curl. Cut these shoots back until healthy, white wood is seen at least 6 inches beyond the infection.

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Eugenia
Eugenia

This large shrub or small tree can reach 25 feet in height. The Surinam cherry's new growth is coppery in color, which changes to deep green during the growing season, and then to a bright red in dry, cold winter months. Fragrant white flowers emerge in spring followed by yellow fruit. The fruit changes to a dark red when ripe and is has a spicy, sweet flavor.

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Euonymus Golden
Euonymus Golden

The Euonymus produces big, round leaves that have a bright, bold variegation. It will make a dramatic impact on the landscape and will provide four season color in your landscape. The variegation is very stable and the plant has good disease resistance. The variegated foliage maintains its color all year long and it is accented by showy, persistant fruit in the fall. Place this plant in well drained soil.

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Euonymus Microphilia Green
Euonymus Microphilia Green

The Euonymus produces big, round leaves that have a bright, bold variegation. It will make a dramatic impact on the landscape and will provide four season color in your landscape. The variegation is very stable and the plant has good disease resistance. The variegated foliage maintains its color all year long and it is accented by showy, persistant fruit in the fall. Place this plant in well drained soil.

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Euonymus Microphilia Variegated
Euonymus Microphilia Variegated

The Euonymus produces big, round leaves that have a bright, bold variegation. It will make a dramatic impact on the landscape and will provide four season color in your landscape. The variegation is very stable and the plant has good disease resistance. The variegated foliage maintains its color all year long and it is accented by showy, persistant fruit in the fall. Place this plant in well drained soil.

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Euonymus Microphilia Silver King
Euonymus Microphilia Silver King

The Euonymus produces big, round leaves that have a bright, bold variegation. It will make a dramatic impact on the landscape and will provide four season color in your landscape. The variegation is very stable and the plant has good disease resistance. The variegated foliage maintains its color all year long and it is accented by showy, persistant fruit in the fall. Place this plant in well drained soil.

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Euryops
Euryops

Euryops, yellow bush daisy, or African Yellow Daisy is a marvelous addition to any garden that has a well-drained, full sun situation. This is a plant that provides sunny, yellow daisy-like flower color against a mat of appealing finely cut green or grey-green foliage all season long to some degree (it does not flower as much in very hot conditions, but there will still be a few blooms).

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Fern Alsophila Austrailian
Fern Alsophila Austrailian

Bright-green broad fonds are finely cut, spreading from a slender trunk. Not hardy, may be overwintered in doors.

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Ficus Benjamina
Ficus Benjamina

Ample light is necessary and some direct light for part of the day is fine but avoid a location that exposes to plant to direct sunlight for too long. Avoid overwatering your ficus! Find a location free from drafts. Provide ample humidity, especially for new plants. Mist ficus plants at least twice daily. Select a site with bright, filtered light. To determine if the light is bright enough for a ficus, you should be able to see your shadow on the wall behind the area you select.

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Ficus Nitida
Ficus Nitida

This evergreen woody plant usually grows into a dense shade tree that exhibits a spreading growth habit. Its upright branches are covered with small dark green leaves. Each oval leaf is shiny and tapers at the tip. The bark and the brances of Ficus nidita are smooth, thin, and grayish white in color. Reddish dots with small and almost horizontal flecks can be seen also along the bark of the plant.

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Ficus Repens (stake)
Ficus Repens (stake)

Delightful little creeping plant most popularly recognized on moss-framed topiary animals. Foliage is either dark green or variegated, clinging tightly to the ground or any surface it is attached to. Light: Shade to full sun but prefers shadier/cooler locations. Temperature: More cold tolerant than 'Ficus Benjamina' and planted extensively throughout the South. Water: Regular, moist soil especially in topiary plantings. Will brown out in spots with occasional dryness.

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Flax Bronze
Flax Bronze

This sizable deep-bronze, strap-leafed plant is highly dramatic, and more so under night lighting. Excellent specimen against buff-toned stucco walls or to fill a courtyard corner with a single dramatic accent. Tropical character lends a hint of the exotic to any planting. Excellent reed-like plant for contrast around water gardens or as part of a dry streambed. Try clumps of them in very large Asian glazed pots.

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Flax Green Dwarf
Flax Green Dwarf

This sizable deep-green, strap-leafed plant is highly dramatic, and more so under night lighting. Excellent specimen against buff-toned stucco walls or to fill a courtyard corner with a single dramatic accent. Tropical character lends a hint of the exotic to any planting. Excellent reed-like plant for contrast around water gardens or as part of a dry streambed. Try clumps of them in very large Asian glazed pots.

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Flax Red
Flax Red

This sizable deep-red, strap-leafed plant is highly dramatic, and more so under night lighting. Excellent specimen against buff-toned stucco walls or to fill a courtyard corner with a single dramatic accent. Tropical character lends a hint of the exotic to any planting. Excellent reed-like plant for contrast around water gardens or as part of a dry streambed. Try clumps of them in very large Asian glazed pots.

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Fountain Grass Green
Fountain Grass Green

Life Cycle: Hardy annual. Half hardy perennial, hardy perennial. Height: 30 to 160 inches (75 to 400 cm). Native: Tropical and temperate regions. Growing Region: Zones 1 to 10. As a perennial in zones 5 to 9. Flowers: End of summer through to the start of autumn. Full sunlight. Good drainage. Sow Outside: Cover seed. First two months of spring. Spacing 18 to 36 inches (45 to 90 cm). Sow Inside: Germination time: two to three weeks. Temperature 70

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Fountain Grass Red
Fountain Grass Red

Life Cycle: Hardy annual. Half hardy perennial, hardy perennial. Height: 30 to 160 inches (75 to 400 cm). Native: Tropical and temperate regions. Growing Region: Zones 1 to 10. As a perennial in zones 5 to 9. Flowers: End of summer through to the start of autumn. Full sunlight. Good drainage. Sow Outside: Cover seed. First two months of spring. Spacing 18 to 36 inches (45 to 90 cm). Sow Inside: Germination time: two to three weeks. Temperature 70

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Foxglove Foxy Mix
Foxglove Foxy Mix

The Foxglove Foxy Mix, is a showy and compact perennial that produces an array of pastel blooms. Colors include: pink, pale yellow, purple, white and magenta with marbled markings. The dense spikes produce large tubular flowers. The foliage has a velvet and fuzzy texture that contrast well with the flower colors. ‘Foxy Mix’ has a plant height of 30-36” and a spread of 8-10”. Digitalis should be planted in full sun but will tolerate morning shade.

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Gardinia
Gardinia

Add the plant to a full sun or lightly shaded location. Good soil preparation is recommended to stretch the time between waterings. Gardenias need a constantly moist soil to prevent leaf drop. Work in plenty of peat moss, compost and manures with the soil and add the new plant to the landscape.

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Guava Lemon
Guava Lemon

The lemon guava is very adaptable and can be grown outdoors throughout much of Florida and California. It will fruit in a container almost anywhere if protected from hard freezes. Trees grow well in full sun and with ample water, although short periods of drought will not harm the plant. Lots of water is needed during fruit development and for proper ripening to occur.

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Guava Mexican Pink
Guava Mexican Pink

The mexican pink guava is very adaptable and can be grown outdoors throughout much of Florida and California. It will fruit in a container almost anywhere if protected from hard freezes. Trees grow well in full sun and with ample water, although short periods of drought will not harm the plant. Lots of water is needed during fruit development and for proper ripening to occur.

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Gypsophila
Gypsophila

Gypsophila are easy to grow, fast growing plants that can be propagated from seeds or divisions. Seeds germinate quickly and young plants rapidly become small flowering shrubs. As the greek name suggests Gypso (chalk) phila (to love), these plants like chalky soil, however, they can be grown in almost any well drained and fertilized soil. Gypsophila prefer bright sunlight and moderate water, and withstand frost.

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Heuchera Black Currant
Heuchera Black Currant

This plant is a great addition to the morning-sun border. It forms a low mound of scalloped purple leaves, bearing numerous stems with loads of tiny rose-pink flowers. As you might deduce from the name, the cut flowers are long-lasting, and the plant has a re-blooming habit. When not blooming, the marbled green leaves lend a tidy appearance to the border’s edge.

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Heuchera Cassandra
Heuchera Cassandra

This plant is a great addition to the morning-sun border. It forms a low mound of scalloped green leaves, bearing numerous stems with loads of tiny rose-pink flowers. As you might deduce from the name, the cut flowers are long-lasting, and the plant has a re-blooming habit. When not blooming, the marbled green leaves lend a tidy appearance to the border’s edge.

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Heuchera Licorice
Heuchera Licorice

This plant is a great addition to the morning-sun border. It forms a low mound of scalloped licorice leaves, bearing numerous stems with loads of tiny rose-pink flowers. As you might deduce from the name, the cut flowers are long-lasting, and the plant has a re-blooming habit. When not blooming, the marbled green leaves lend a tidy appearance to the border’s edge.

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Heuchera Mars
Heuchera Mars

This plant is a great addition to the morning-sun border. It forms a low mound of scalloped multi-colored leaves, bearing numerous stems with loads of tiny rose-pink flowers. As you might deduce from the name, the cut flowers are long-lasting, and the plant has a re-blooming habit. When not blooming, the marbled green leaves lend a tidy appearance to the border’s edge.

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Heuchera Molly Bush
Heuchera Molly Bush

Common Name: coral bells Type: Herbaceous perennial Family: Saxifragaceae Zone: 4 to 8 Height: 1.5 to 2.5 feet Spread: 1 to 1.5 feet Bloom Time: June to August Bloom Description: Greenish-white Sun: Full sun to part shade Water: Medium Maintenance: Medium Flowers: Showy Flowers Leaves: Colorful

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Heuchera Neptune
Heuchera Neptune

Common Name: coral bells Type: Herbaceous perennial Family: Saxifragaceae Zone: 4 to 8 Height: 1.5 to 2.5 feet Spread: 1 to 1.5 feet Bloom Time: June to August Bloom Description: Greenish-white Sun: Full sun to part shade Water: Medium Maintenance: Medium Flowers: Showy Flowers Leaves: Colorful

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Heuchera Plum Pudding
Heuchera Plum Pudding

Common Name: coral bells Type: Herbaceous perennial Family: Saxifragaceae Zone: 4 to 8 Height: 1.5 to 2.5 feet Spread: 1 to 1.5 feet Bloom Time: June to August Bloom Description: Greenish-white Sun: Full sun to part shade Water: Medium Maintenance: Medium Flowers: Showy Flowers Leaves: Plum

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Heuchera Prince
Heuchera Prince

Common Name: coral bells Type: Herbaceous perennial Family: Saxifragaceae Zone: 4 to 8 Height: 1.5 to 2.5 feet Spread: 1 to 1.5 feet Bloom Time: June to August Bloom Description: Greenish-white Sun: Full sun to part shade Water: Medium Maintenance: Medium Flowers: Showy Flowers Leaves: Deep Purple

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Heuchera Regina
Heuchera Regina

Common Name: coral bells Type: Herbaceous perennial Family: Saxifragaceae Zone: 4 to 8 Height: 1.5 to 2.5 feet Spread: 1 to 1.5 feet Bloom Time: June to August Bloom Description: Greenish-white Sun: Full sun to part shade Water: Medium Maintenance: Medium Flowers: Showy Flowers Leaves: Colorful

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Heuchera Savana
Heuchera Savana

Common Name: coral bells Type: Herbaceous perennial Family: Saxifragaceae Zone: 4 to 8 Height: 1.5 to 2.5 feet Spread: 1 to 1.5 feet Bloom Time: June to August Bloom Description: Greenish-white Sun: Full sun to part shade Water: Medium Maintenance: Medium Flowers: Showy Flowers Leaves: Colorful

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Heuchera Temperate Green
Heuchera Temperate Green

Common Name: coral bells Type: Herbaceous perennial Family: Saxifragaceae Zone: 4 to 8 Height: 1.5 to 2.5 feet Spread: 1 to 1.5 feet Bloom Time: June to August Bloom Description: Greenish-white Sun: Full sun to part shade Water: Medium Maintenance: Medium Flowers: Showy Flowers Leaves: Colorful

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Hibiscus
Hibiscus

Hibiscus are good performers, both in the garden and in bright areas inside the house. If they receive just a small amount of care they reward us with many magical blooms throughout the year. Temperature: Most important, a WARM place where their tropical origins are respected. Water: Hibiscus will use lots of water and prefer a steady supply of it. Pest Control: Defend your hibiscus against insects as necessary.

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Italian Cypress
Italian Cypress

Cypress shrubs is evergreen, and the trees can be used as a barrier from wind and noise. Driveways in Italy are often lined with Italian Cypress Trees that lead from the property entrance to Italian villas. The Italian Cypress trees grown from cuttings insures outstanding qualities and is densely branched with a narrow columnar form 30'-40' high, 3'-4' wide. The Italian Cypress plant grows to be very tall.

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Jade Plant
Jade Plant

The Jade Plant is an easy houseplant to care for, thus why you see many people having them. The Jade Plant is characterized by plump, full leaves with a glossy appearance coming off of thick stems. In the right conditions, Jade Plants can reach up to 4 feet in height and width.

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Juncus Grass
Juncus Grass

Category: Grass-like Family: Juncaceae (Rushes) Origin: California (U.S.A.) Evergreen: Yes Flower Color: Brown Bloomtime: Spring/Fall Height: 1-2 feet Width: 1-2 feet Exposure: Sun or Shade Irrigation (H2O Info): Medium Water Needs Winter Hardiness: <15° F

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Juncus Blue Dart
Juncus Blue Dart

Category: Grass-like Family: Juncaceae (Rushes) Origin: California (U.S.A.) Evergreen: Yes Flower Color: Brown Bloomtime: Spring/Fall Height: 1-2 feet Width: 1-2 feet Exposure: Sun or Shade Irrigation (H2O Info): Medium Water Needs Winter Hardiness: <15° F

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Juncus Twisted Arrows
Juncus Twisted Arrows

Plant Habit : Upright Spacing : 12 - 14" (30 - 36cm) Height : 18 - 36" (46 - 91cm) Width : 12 - 18" (30 - 46cm) Exposure : Sun Grower Information : Twisted Arrows is the first-ever professional single species, multipellet, and NEW Twisted Dart is a shorter version that stays more compact for the South. Both Twisted Arrows and Twisted Dart are Fantastic Foliage® selections.

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Juncus Variegated
Juncus Variegated

Category: Grass-like Family: Juncaceae (Rushes) Origin: California (U.S.A.) Evergreen: Yes Flower Color: Brown Bloomtime: Spring/Fall Height: 1-2 feet Width: 1-2 feet Exposure: Sun or Shade Irrigation (H2O Info): Medium Water Needs Winter Hardiness: <15° F

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Junipers
Junipers

Junipers can be used for anything from groundcovers to tall privacy screens, borders, accent plantings, topiary & bonsai projects - you name it!! And the fact that Junipers adapt to a very wide range of growing conditions make them an attractive option for many customers. They are very drought tolerant, handling rather dry conditions quite easily - and have very few pest related problems to worry about.

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Lantana Lavender
Lantana Lavender

It has small bright lavender-blue flowers and grows up to 24 inches in height with a reach of up to 5 feet. Lavender lantana blooms year-round in frost-free climates and is used as a low hedging, edging and ground cover and thrives in both sun and shade, but blooms more profusely in sunny locales. In climates where the plant tops die back, it begins blooming again in mid-summer. It is low-maintenance in care and feeding and requires pruning only to control shape and size as desired.

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Lantana White
Lantana White

It has small bright white flowers and grows up to 24 inches in height with a reach of up to 5 feet. White lantana blooms year-round in frost-free climates and is used as a low hedging, edging and ground cover and thrives in both sun and shade, but blooms more profusely in sunny locales. In climates where the plant tops die back, it begins blooming again in mid-summer. It is low-maintenance in care and feeding and requires pruning only to control shape and size as desired.

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Lavatera Pink
Lavatera Pink

In their natural environment, they usually grow on poor, rocky soil, often in coastal regions. The conditions in the root zone therefore are usually free draining and you need to mimic this for the best results in your own garden with Lavatera. This preference for poor, freely draining soil make Lavatera ideal for a drought tolerant garden.

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Lavatera Lavender
Lavatera Lavender

In their natural environment, they usually grow on poor, rocky soil, often in coastal regions. The conditions in the root zone therefore are usually free draining and you need to mimic this for the best results in your own garden with Lavatera. This preference for poor, freely draining soil make Lavatera ideal for a drought tolerant garden.

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Lavender French
Lavender French

Perennial Evergreen bushy shrub with linear green leaves and blue cut flowers. Half hardy. Full sun. Attract bees and butterflies. Flowers are up to 5cm long. Will need a light trim after winter. Ideal for hedges, lining walkways and mass planting. Plant 1½m apart for a hedge. Replace every 3-4 years

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Lavender Star Flower
Lavender Star Flower

This multi-stemmed tree, which is now found world-wide, grows up to a height of 3 meters. Though deciduous, it can remain evergreen under favorable conditions. The leaves are slightly tapering, dark green, and shiny but hairy. They have irregularly toothed margins that give them a decorative look. The tree remains in bloom round the year. However, between October and January and in spring it is covered by a profusion of mauve or purple colored flowers.

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Lemon Grass
Lemon Grass

This tropical perennial grass is grown as an annual and makes a handsome ornamental edible. The fibrous leaves have a strong lemon aroma and are the source of lemongrass oil that is used to flavor candy, ice cream and pastries. Made into a tea, it can help with digestive problems.

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Leptospermum Pink
Leptospermum Pink

Leptospermum plants range from shrubs to small trees. Hybrid cultivars such as Leptospermum 'Pink' have masses of flowers in Autumn through to Winter and are valued as garden plants for the winter color they provide. Leptospermum or 'Tea Tree' are found across Australia and also in New Zealand, and as such with over 80 species much variation exists. In general Leptospermum make good screening plants and have attractive flowers.

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Leptospermum Red Bush
Leptospermum Red Bush

Leptospermum plants range from shrubs to small trees. Hybrid cultivars such as Leptospermum Red Bush have masses of flowers in Autumn through to Winter and are valued as garden plants for the winter color they provide. Leptospermum or 'Tea Tree' are found across Australia and also in New Zealand, and as such with over 80 species much variation exists. In general Leptospermum make good screening plants and have attractive flowers.

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Leptospermum Red Tree
Leptospermum Red Tree

Leptospermum plants range from shrubs to small trees. Hybrid cultivars such as Leptospermum Red Tree have masses of flowers in Autumn through to Winter and are valued as garden plants for the winter color they provide. Leptospermum or 'Tea Tree' are found across Australia and also in New Zealand, and as such with over 80 species much variation exists. In general Leptospermum make good screening plants and have attractive flowers.

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Ligustrum Texanum Bush
Ligustrum Texanum Bush

Category: Shrubs Type: Broadleaf Evergreen Exposure: Part Shade / Part Sun Blooms: Spring Flowers: White Fruit: Dark Blue Foliage: Dark Green Form: Upright Maximum Growth: Approx. 4’h x 5’w Zones: 7 to 10 (See Zone Map) Drought Tolerance: High Scientific Name: Ligustrum japonicum 'Texanum' Usage: Specimen, Screen, Accent, Foundation, Mass

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Ligustrum Texanum Stake
Ligustrum Texanum Stake

Category: Shrubs Type: Broadleaf Evergreen Exposure: Part Shade / Part Sun Blooms: Spring Flowers: White Fruit: Dark Blue Foliage: Dark Green Form: Upright Maximum Growth: Approx. 4’h x 5’w Zones: 7 to 10 (See Zone Map) Drought Tolerance: High Scientific Name: Ligustrum japonicum 'Texanum' Usage: Specimen, Screen, Accent, Foundation, Mass

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Ligustrum Texanum Sinense
Ligustrum Texanum Sinense

Oval leaves which end in a pointed tip that are 2-5cm long and 1.5-2.5cm wide. The petiole (stalk of a leaf) is 3-7mm long. Leaves are opposite with a wavy leaf margin and the midrib on the lower surface of the leaf is pubescent (dense covering of short, weak, soft hairs). Leaves are soft with a thin texture. New growth and young branches are covered with short, soft hairs. Stems are woody and are light brown.

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Lions Tail
Lions Tail

Lion's Tail is a striking, orange, autumn blooming perennial that is suitable for gardens in Zones 7 and up. It is particularly gorgeous when planted in front of Mexican Bush Sage, Salvia leucantha. The flowers of the Lion's Tail dry very well and can keep their color for two years or more. For a fragrant Lion's Tail, try Mint Scented Lion's Tail! Height: 5 Feet Hardiness: Perennial in Zones 7-11 Flower Color: Orange Characteristics: Full Sun, Water Conserving Uses: Dried Flower, Medic

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Liriope Dwarf
Liriope Dwarf

A dwarf form of Liriope is suitable for indoor or outdoor bonsai to zone 7. Dark jade green leaves, 1-2’’ tall. First cultivated sometime during the last half of the 7th century (and you don’t have yours yet?). If you are lucky enough to get it to bloom, you may see the fruit the size of large peas and bright peacock blue. Nestled amongst the leaves, these strange-looking berries will certainly make an impression. Zone 7.

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Bottlebrush Little John
Bottlebrush Little John

Plant type: Shrub Deciduous/evergreen: Evergreen Cold hardiness zones: 8 - 11 Light needs: Full sun Sunset climate zones: 8, 9, 12 - 28 Water Needs: Once established, needs only occasional watering. Average landscape size: Slow grower to only 3 ft. tall, 5 ft. wide. Growth rate: Slow Growth habit: Round Flower attribute: Showy Flowers Special features: Attracts Hummingbirds, Deer Resistant, Dwarf Plant Landscape uses: Border, Firescaping/Fire Wise, Hedge, Seacoast Exposure, Specimen

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Loropetalum Rubrum
Loropetalum Rubrum

This is a tender shrub but one that takes advantage of our increasingly warm weather, which makes it safe in the southern and western parts of the country. While the young leaves can be seared by heavy frost - they usually regenerate - the shrub will remain sound. New plants are readily raised from cuttings or by layering. Choosing the right planting position is vital. A sheltered corner where there is exposure to sun - south to south-west facing - is ideal.

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Lotus Gold Flash
Lotus Gold Flash

Golden yellow flowers that look like the flickering flames of a candle have orangey tips that contrast Gold Flash trefoil's fine, light blue-green foliage. A hybrid derived from plants native to the Canary Islands, it is a deciduous vine-like plant that is low but spreading, like a tall groundcover. It may also be called parrot's beak. Plant TypeTender Perennial Sun ExposurePartial Sun Height8"-12" / 20.3cm - 30.5cm Width2'-3' / 0.6m - 0.9m Bloom TimeLate Spring, Early Summer, Early Fall, Fall

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Lotus Amazon Sunset
Lotus Amazon Sunset

It does not require 40°F nights to bloom, this one can bloom with night temperatures up to 55-60°F, allowing us in the South to enjoy the beautiful Lotus. 'Amazon Sunset' is also different from other Lotus spp. in that it has a more dense plant habit, the soft orange flowers are more numerous, and the flowering period is longer. Plant TypeTender Perennial Sun ExposurePartial Sun Height8"-12" / 20.3cm - 30.5cm Width2'-3' / 0.6m - 0.9m Bloom TimeLate Spring, Early Summer, Early Fall, Fall

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Mandevilla Pink
Mandevilla Pink

Attractions: Striking Foliage Color Cold Hardy in Zones: 8B,9,10,11 Grows To: 8-15'H Outdoor Light Full sun, Part sun, Part shade Indoor Light: High Large deep green heart shaped foliage A vigorous attractive unusual perennial tropical vine. Very Durable!! Drought Resistant!! Not Edible.

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Mandevilla Red
Mandevilla Red

Attractions: Striking Foliage Color Cold Hardy in Zones: 8B,9,10,11 Grows To: 8-15'H Outdoor Light Full sun, Part sun, Part shade Indoor Light: High Large deep green heart shaped foliage A vigorous attractive unusual perennial tropical vine. Very Durable!! Drought Resistant!! Not Edible.

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Mandevilla White
Mandevilla White

Attractions: Striking Foliage Color Cold Hardy in Zones: 8B,9,10,11 Grows To: 8-15'H Outdoor Light Full sun, Part sun, Part shade Indoor Light: High Large deep green heart shaped foliage A vigorous attractive unusual perennial tropical vine. Very Durable!! Drought Resistant!! Not Edible.

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Mexican Evening Primrose
Mexican Evening Primrose

Category: Perennials Height: 18-24 in. (45-60 cm) 24-36 in. (60-90 cm) 36-48 in. (90-120 cm) Spacing: 9-12 in. (22-30 cm) Hardiness: USDA Zone 5a: to -28.8 °C (-20 °F) USDA Zone 5b: to -26.1 °C (-15 °F)Sun Exposure: Full Sun Bloom Color: Pink White/Near White Bloom Time: Mid Summer Foliage: Herbaceous Other details: May be a noxious weed or invasive Drought-tolerant; suitable for xeriscaping Average Water Needs; Water regularly; do not overwater

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Mexican Papaya
Mexican Papaya

Papaya tree care is minimal as long as you are growing them someplace warm. They are not fussy plants when given the sun and heat they desire. Cool weather alters the flavor of the fruit and even a light frost will damage the plant. Papaya is best raised in greenhouses in the temperate zone.

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Mexican Sage
Mexican Sage

Mexican sage, also known as Salvia leucantha and Delilah is an evergreen shrub in zones 8 through 11 and can be grown as an annual in other zones. It typically grows 4 to 5 feet tall and branches out to around 3 or 4 feet in diameter. In the fall, Mexican sage makes a showy display when each branch makes spikes of small purple and white flowers

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Mirtus Compacta
Mirtus Compacta

Growing Conditions SOIL NEEDS: well-drained, rich WATER NEEDS: even moisture, drought tolerant SUN EXPOSURE: sun Features FLOWERS: white FOLIAGE: evergreen, glossy FRUIT: black FLOWERING TIME: spring, summer

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Mondo Grass
Mondo Grass

Mondo grass is also known by its botanical name, Ophiopogon Japonicus. It is often confused with its close cousin, Liriope since both plants are nicknamed Monkey Grass. Unlike Liriope, Mondo grass doesn't tolerate cold well. However, if it is the right plant for your climate, Mondo grass requires little in the way of care

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Morea Bicolor
Morea Bicolor

Plant Type: Perennial Bloom Season: Early Spring through Early Winter Flower Color: Yellow Foliage: Evergreen Height: 2 ft. to 3 ft. Width: 5 ft. Sunlight: Full Sun, Partial Sun Climate: Zones 8, 9, 10, 11

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 Myoporum Pink
Myoporum Pink

Category: Shrub Family: Myoporaceae (Myoporums) Origin: Australia (Australasia) Evergreen: Yes Flower Color: Pink Bloomtime: Summer Height: <1 foot Width: 4-5 feet Exposure: Sun or Shade Seaside: Yes Drought Tolerant: Yes Irrigation (H2O Info): Low Water Needs Winter Hardiness: 20-25° F

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 Myoporum White
Myoporum White

Category: Shrub Family: Myoporaceae (Myoporums) Origin: Australia (Australasia) Evergreen: Yes Flower Color: White Bloomtime: Summer Height: <1 foot Width: 4-5 feet Exposure: Sun or Shade Seaside: Yes Drought Tolerant: Yes Irrigation (H2O Info): Low Water Needs Winter Hardiness: 20-25° F

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Nandina Domestica
Nandina Domestica

Nandina domestica is an evergreen Shrub growing to 2.5 m (8ft) by 2 m (6ft). It is hardy to zone 7 and is not frost tender. It is in leaf 12-Jan It is in flower from Jun to July. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and requires well-drained soil.The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils..It cannot grow in the shade.It requires moist soil.

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Nandina Gulf Stream
Nandina Gulf Stream

Nandina domestica is an evergreen Shrub growing to 2.5 m (8ft) by 2 m (6ft). It is hardy to zone 7 and is not frost tender. It is in leaf 12-Jan It is in flower from Jun to July. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and requires well-drained soil.The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils..It cannot grow in the shade.It requires moist soil.

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Night Blooming Jasmine
Night Blooming Jasmine

Night blooming jasmine is a tender perennial shrub with glossy, evergreen leaves and small, fragrant white flowers; this shrub is popular for borders and fragrance gardens and it can grow up to 12 feet in height. Night blooming jasmine prefers warm weather and is hardy in zones 8 to 11; it blooms repeatedly when the weather turns warm so gardeners in cool climates will enjoy flowers during the summer while those in warmer areas can look forward to blooms from spring to fall.

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Oenothera Lemon Drop
Oenothera Lemon Drop

Common Name: evening primrose Type: Herbaceous perennial Family: Onagraceae Zone: 5 to 9 Height: 0.5 to 1 feet Spread: 0.5 to 1 feet Bloom Time: June to September Bloom Color: Yellow Bloom Description: Yellow Sun: Full sun Water: Dry to medium Maintenance: Low Flowers: Showy Flowers Tolerates: Drought Uses: Groundcover

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Oleander Dwarf
Oleander Dwarf

Oleanders are adaptable to a wide variety of growing conditions, from the salty winds of the seaside, to dry, sandy desert soils, and wetlands. They can be grown just about anywhere in Australia, preferring a well-drained, sunny position. They will manage to grow well in dry soil but cannot tolerate very wet conditions, although they like plenty of water during their main growing and flowering times.

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Olive Dwarf
Olive Dwarf

Dwarf olive trees are non-fruiting cultivars that grow naturally in a shrub form but can be trained into classic single-trunk tree forms when young. Dwarf olives are heat and drought tolerant and evergreen like their full-sized ancestors, but reach just four to six feet in height and spread at maturity.

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Oxalis Charm Jade
Oxalis Charm Jade

Summer bloomer. Grows 12-16”. Zone 7-10. Extra vigorous, shade-loving variety is excellent in mixed containers and makes an excellent houseplant. Grown for its fantastic foliage, it is a real eye-catcher with its delicate blushed flowers. Jade-green with a silver sheen, shamrock shaped leaves.

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Oxalis Charm Velvet
Oxalis Charm Velvet

Garden Height: 12 - 16 Inches Spacing Maximum: 14 Inches Flower Colors: Pink Flower Shade: Pink Foliage Colors: Purple Foliage Shade: Black/Purple Habit: Mounded Container Role: Filler Plant Needs Light Requirement: Part Shade to Shade Bloom Time: Spring through Summer Hardiness Zones: 8a, 8b, 9a, 9b, 10a, 10b, 11a, 11b Uses: Landscape Container

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Oxalis Charm Wine
Oxalis Charm Wine

Garden Height: 12 - 16 Inches Spacing Maximum: 14 Inches Flower Colors: Pink Flower Shade: Pink Foliage Colors: Purple Foliage Shade: Black/Purple Habit: Mounded Container Role: Filler Plant Needs Light Requirement: Part Shade to Shade Bloom Time: Spring through Summer Hardiness Zones: 8a, 8b, 9a, 9b, 10a, 10b, 11a, 11b Uses: Landscape Container

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Oxalis Charm Moltan Lava
Oxalis Charm Moltan Lava

Common Name: Oxalis Molten Lava Botanical Name: Oxalis vulcanicola Molten Lava Exposure: Full sun to light shade Hardiness: Zones 9-11, elsewhere bring indoors when weather cools Height: 6"-10" Color: Yellow flowers highlighted by chartreuse to orange foliage; more orange in full sun Bloom Season: Flowers spring to summer Bulb/Plant Size: 4" pot Number: 1 potted plant

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Pampas Grass
Pampas Grass

An incredibly fast growing showy ornamental grass that can grow to 12 feet or more tall. By its third year it produces an amazing amount of 2-3 foot white plumes that are excellent for cutting for fresh or dried arrangements. Easy to grow. Winter hardy to zone 7.

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Pandorea Pink
Pandorea Pink

Several times a year this talented vine covers inself in large fragrant flowers causing you to congratulate yourself for having the luck to grow this beautiful vine. Graceful form, attractive foliage and a rather rapid rate of growth make pandorea a perfect vine for covering arbors, trellises, summer houses and other structures in warm climates. Bower vine looks great growing on a tree with the flowers cascading down the trunk. Bower vine, or pandorea, is a bushy, twining vine with woody stems.

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Pandorea Variegated Pink
Pandorea Variegated Pink

Pandorea jasminoides 'Variegata' (Variegated Bower Vine) - An evergreen vine with leaves split into 5-7 shiny oval leaflets that have a cream variegation. Funnel-shaped pure pink flowers with deeper-colored throats bloom in the summer through fall. Reaches heights of 20-30 feet tall. Plant in full sun or partial shade, water regularly. Hardy to 20-25° F.

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Pandorea White
Pandorea White

Pandorea jasminoides 'Alba' (White Bower Vine) - An evergreen vine with leaves split into 5-7 shiny oval leaflets. Funnel-shaped pure white flowers bloom in the summer through fall. Can reaches heights of 20-30 feet tall if given support. Full sun or partial shade, water regularly. We originally listed this plant as hardy to 20° F but have had reports of the pink form thriving in USDA Zone 8a with nightime lows in the mid teens. It is likely that this white form is equally as hardy.

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Pennisetum Princess
Pennisetum Princess

This fountain grass, Pennisetum 'Princess', was introduced by Athens Select, as a plant that can take the long, hot, humid summers of the South. I grow it in a pot and over-winter it dormant, under my basement potting table. So mine starts from scratch each spring, but since it only grows about 2-3' tall, it catches up quickly. I like it because it looks like a Phormium, but airier. There's also a large variety called 'Prince'. The maroon foliage intensifies as the summer heats up.

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Penstemons Mix
Penstemons Mix

One of the largest-flowered and most colorful Penstemons yet, Esprit Mix offers a range of pink-, red-, and purple-toned blooms with crisp white eyes. Blooming the first year from seed if started early, it can be raised as an annual everywhere it isn't hardy, and is quite drought-tolerant once established in the garden. Esprit Mix offers 2-inch tubular blooms crowded along tall, very long-lasting stems. In flower the plant reaches 24 to 30 inches high in the sunny garden, a magnet for butterfy.

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Philodendron Split Leaf
Philodendron Split Leaf

The Split Leaf Philodendron prefers medium lighting, so it is best to keep this plant located within 5 to 8 feet of a window. However, be careful when choosing the location for this house plant because once you have placed it somewhere it does not like to be moved. This house plant has an attitude of its own, because if you then move it to another location it may drop its leaves in revolt to your moving it. Also, if the light level is to low, the leaves will not develop their unique perforations

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Plant Characteristics Plant Type: Evergreen Flower: White, 1/3" wide, in a cluster 4 to 7" wide Mature Size: 12' x 10' Water: Moderate Exposure: Full sun, part shade Spacing: 5' Soil Type: Clay; loam; sand; acidic; alkaline; well drained Planting Time: Any season An evergreen, dense, upright, shrub. New foliage is bronzy red turning to a glossy dark green. Leaves are alternate, simple, oval to obovate, 2 1/2" to 5" long, 1 1/4" to 2 1/2" wide.

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Pigmy Date Palm
Pigmy Date Palm

Smallest of the date palms that are commonly grown, and able to stay indefinitely in a container. The solitary trunk is about four to six inches (10-15cm) in diameter, decorated with diamond-shaped remains of old leaves. The crown of feather leaves is spiny at the base, and up to about four feet (120cm) across in a plant that is starting to develop a trunk.

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Pink Jasmine
Pink Jasmine

Pink Jasmine (or White Jasmine), is an evergreen twining climber from China. Literally thousands of bright pink buds open to small, fragrant white flowers in early spring. This vine is more delicate in appearance than most other jasmines. The plant is very vigorous and can grow up to 6 meters in height when supported. Depending on the climate, this vine has a semi-deciduous to evergreen foliage. Outside it can be used to cover walls and fences etc. It can grow in sun and light shade as well.

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Pittosporum Dwarf
Pittosporum Dwarf

Dwarf Pittosporum is a dwarf, more compact version of the species, and is great for a border plant. This Pittosporum grows only 3-4' high and 3' wide. Wheeler's Dwarf features the same glossy dark green foliage as the species, but is not as hardy as the original (only to 10°F). Hardiness: USDA Zones 9-10 Plant Use: Shrub Exposure: Full to Partial Sun Water Requirements: Medium

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Pittosporum Marjorie Channon
Pittosporum Marjorie Channon

Category: Shrub Family: Pittosporaceae (Pittosporums) Origin: New Zealand (Australasia) Evergreen: Yes Flower Color: Red Brown Bloomtime: Spring/Summer Height: 8-12 feet Width: 6-8 feet Exposure: Sun or Shade Seaside: Yes Drought Tolerant: Yes Irrigation (H2O Info): Medium Water Needs Winter Hardiness: 15-20° F

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Pittosporum Siver Sheen
Pittosporum Siver Sheen

Category: Shrub Family: Pittosporaceae (Pittosporums) Origin: New Zealand (Australasia) Evergreen: Yes Flower Color: Purple Bloomtime: Spring Height: 12-16 feet Width: 6-8 feet Exposure: Sun or Shade Irrigation (H2O Info): Medium Water Needs Winter Hardiness: 15-20° F

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Pittosporum Tobiria
Pittosporum Tobiria

Pittosporum tobira is native to China, Korea, and Japan and can be used as a large shrub or even a small tree. Green Pittosporum has a dense rounded habit and can grow an excess of 10 to 15 feet. This shrub has dark green glossy leaves that are arranged almost spirally around the stem. The flowers are creamy white and smell like orange blossoms, Pittosporum blooms from late spring to early summer. This shrub is salt and heat tolerant. Plant Use: Shrub Exposure: Full to partial sun

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Plumbago Blue
Plumbago Blue

Common Name: Blue Plumbago Plant type: Ornamental shrub Light: Full sun to semi-shade, though flowers best in full sun. Moisture: Average water needs. Water regularly, but less once established Soil: Though adaptable to any kind of soil, it prefers a mixture of loamy and light sandy soil, slightly acidic pH, and with good drainage. Plumbago auriculata is an evergreen perennial shrub with vine-like habit. If unchecked, this fast-grower can reach 3-10 ft (0.9-3 m) high with a similar spread.

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Plumbago White
Plumbago White

Common Name: Blue Plumbago Plant type: Ornamental shrub Light: Full sun to semi-shade, though flowers best in full sun. Moisture: Average water needs. Water regularly, but less once established Soil: Though adaptable to any kind of soil, it prefers a mixture of loamy and light sandy soil, slightly acidic pH, and with good drainage. Plumbago auriculata is an evergreen perennial shrub with vine-like habit. If unchecked, this fast-grower can reach 3-10 ft (0.9-3 m) high with a similar spread.

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Podocarpus Gracilior
Podocarpus Gracilior

This graceful shrub can be trained into a formal hedge, tree form or left to its natural soft columnar form. Podocarpus is very low maintenance once established. Practically pest free and can take light shade or direct light conditions. Lovely light green foliage brightens dark corners and mixes well with many types of plantings. Great background shrub for height in mixed beds. Great combo with tropical type plantings.

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Poligala Dwarf
Poligala Dwarf

Can be hedged to any height from 30cm onwards or left to grow to its final height of approximately 1.5 metres tall and 2 metros wide. A low maintenance plant, hardy heat and drought tolerant. Great for mass or single plantings. Full sun to quite shaded Frost resistant to around minus 8 Type: Shrub Stage: Plants Features: Bonsai, Flowers, Houseplant, Native Plant: Australian Native Shrub

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Poligala Dalmasiana
Poligala Dalmasiana

Category: Shrub Family: Polygalaceae (Milkworts) Origin: South Africa (Africa) Evergreen: Yes Flower Color: Purple Bloomtime: Year-round Synonyms: [P. myrtifolia var. dalmaisiana] Parentage: (P. oppositifolia x P. myrtifolia) Height: 3-5 feet Width: 4-6 feet Exposure: Sun or Shade Irrigation (H2O Info): Medium Water Needs Winter Hardiness: 15-20° F

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Potato Vine (Stake)
Potato Vine (Stake)

Potato vines are decorative additions to anyone's landscape, and they are easy and inexpensive to grow. Give the plant a head start indoors on your kitchen windowsill, and before you know it, you'll be potting up a beautiful plant

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Grown for its deep-purple leaves AND for its attractive single, fragrant, PINK flowers in mid-February. Leaves emerge purple in spring and remain purple until turning attractive yellow before dropping in winter. The tree matures at 15-20' tall and wide. Expect 1-2' of growth a year. Plant in sun to light shade.

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The pink or white flowers are produced in abundance during spring making them an excellent substitute for azaleas in full sun. These are exceptionally drought tolerant plants. The foliage is evergreen. Height: 3-4' Width: 5-6' Exposure: Full Sun preferred Water: Low, exceptionally drought tolerant once established Hardiness: USDA Zones 7-10 Pruning: No pruning necessary

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Red Hot Poker
Red Hot Poker

Perennial plant Full sun to part sun Medium water requirments early and pretty drought tolerant once plant is established 10-12 inches tall and spreading Blooms are a mix of colors Long bloom time from spring thru fall This plant can be used in the perennial plant bed as a mid height plant or in the annual flower bed because this plant blooms so long You can use liquid fertilizer every other week or a slow release fertilizer a couple of times a season

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Rosemary Upright
Rosemary Upright

Cultural Information Height: 5 Feet Hardiness: Perennial in Zones 8-11 Flower Color: Blue Characteristics: Full Sun, Evergreen, Water Conserving Uses: Culinary, Fragrant Ornamental, Medicinal

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Rosemary Trailing
Rosemary Trailing

Category Groundcover Size 2' x 5' Flower Color White to Pale Blue Flower Season Winter to Spring Exposure Full Sun Water Low Growth Rate Moderate Hardiness 15°F Notes: Upright forms are available; Fragrant

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Salvia Greggii Lilac
Salvia Greggii Lilac

Autumn sage is a soft, mounding shrub normally 2-3 ft. tall, with small, mintily aromatic green leaves that are evergreen in warmer climates. The flowers are borne on racemes from spring to frost and can be red, pink, purple, orange, or white. Its natural range is from south-central and west Texas south to San Luis Potosi in Mexico, mostly on rocky slopes.

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Salvia Greggii Red
Salvia Greggii Red

Category: Shrub Family: Lamiaceae (Labiatae) (Mints) Origin: Southwest (U.S.) (North America) Evergreen: Yes Flower Color: Magenta Bloomtime: Spring/Fall Height: 2-4 feet Width: 2-3 feet Exposure: Full Sun Drought Tolerant: Yes Irrigation (H2O Info): Low Water Needs Winter Hardiness: 15-20° F

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Salvia Hot Lips
Salvia Hot Lips

A stunning show throughout summer. Delicate red and white blooms create a stunning show throughout summer. With a little protection, we have successfully over-wintered it here in zone 6. Product Details lifecycle: Perennial Zone: 6-9 Sun: Full Sun Height: 24 inches Spread: 15-18 inches Uses: Beds, Borders, Container, Cut Flowers Bloom Season: Fall, Summer Resistant To: Deer

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Salvia Leucantha Santa Barbara
Salvia Leucantha Santa Barbara

Category: Shrub Family: Lamiaceae (Labiatae) (Mints) Origin: Mexico (North America) Evergreen: Yes Flower Color: Violet Bloomtime: Year-round Synonyms: [Salvia leucantha 'KAB'] Height: 2-3 feet Width: 2-4 feet Exposure: Full Sun Drought Tolerant: Yes Irrigation (H2O Info): Low Water Needs Winter Hardiness: 15-20° F

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Plant Features: When you want pretty flowers cascading from a container in hot, dry conditions, choose scaevola - also called fanflower. Trailing several feet in ideal conditions, this annual produces pretty fan-like blooms in brilliant blue. Resiliency Tolerant Light Exposure Full sun Temperature 65-70°F Watering Keep soil moist, but do not let the plant stand in water or let the soil dry out. Average Size 8-12"H x 6-20"W Plant Zone Zones 6-10

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Snail Vine w/stake
Snail Vine w/stake

This twining perennial looks similar to pole bean. White or yellow flowers have purple wings and the keel coiled like a snail's shell. An oblong fruit grows to about 8 inches long. Attributes - Phaseolus caracalla Plant Type: Vine Bloom Season: Mid Spring through Mid Summer Flower Color: White, Yellow Foliage: Evergreen Height: 12 ft. to 18 ft. Width: 18 ft. Sunlight: Full Sun, Partial Sun Climate: Zones 10, 11 Notes: Cut Flowers, Fragrant, Long Blooming, Showy Flowers.

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Society Garlic Green
Society Garlic Green

Society garlic is hardy only to Zone 9. it tolerates summer heat well and blooms for months. The plants do best in full sun and in light, sandy soil. Though the foliage will be damaged by temperatures below 25 degrees, it grows back rapidly. Set the individual bulbs 8 to 12 inches apart, just below the surface of the soil. The plants fill in quickly under favorable conditions, but they usually are not considered invasive.

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Society Garlic Variegated
Society Garlic Variegated

This a fast growing plant that forms clumps reaching 30 inches in height. This plant grows well in wet or dry circumstances and makes a good rock garden or container plant. The plant has gray-green narrow leaves that are somewhat evergreen in warmer climates. Society Garlic gives off a garlic scent and has been said to help rid gardens of mole problems. The flowers are lilac in color and the plant will bloom from midsummer to early fall.

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Solanum Blue
Solanum Blue

Recommended Temperature Zone: USDA: 9b-11 Frost Tolerance: Frost sensitive, hardy to 25°F (-4°C), some foliage damage below 30°F (-1°C) Heat Tolerance: Excellent Sun Exposure: Full sun Origin: Sonoran Desert (nortwestern Mexico) Growth Habits: Shrub, grows rapidly up to 10 feet tall (3 m), 6 feet spread (1.8 m) Watering Needs: Little water once established, water every 2 weeks in summer to keep attractive foliage and flowers Propagation: Seeds, cuttings

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Solanum Jasmine (Stake)
Solanum Jasmine (Stake)

Shrubby climber to 15 feet or more. Very fast growing and easy to grow. Showy white flowers appear most of the year. It is a reliable plant that blooms very well and has a mild perfume. It will even bloom in more shade than most other vines. It is hard to kill with too much or too little water once established. It could be termed garden hardy.Grows much faster with moderate water.

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Star Jasmine (Bush)
Star Jasmine (Bush)

Category: Shrubs Height: 4-6 ft. (1.2-1.8 m) Exposure: Full Sun Bloom Color: White/Near White Bloom Time: Mid Summer Late Summer/Early Fall Blooms all year Foliage: Evergreen Hardiness: USDA Zone 8a: to -12.2 °C (10 °F) USDA Zone 8b: to -9.4 °C (15 °F) USDA Zone 9a: to -6.6 °C (20 °F) USDA Zone 9b: to -3.8 °C (25 °F) USDA Zone 10a: to -1.1 °C (30 °F) USDA Zone 10b: to 1.7 °C (35 °F) USDA Zone 11: above 4.5 °C (40 °F)

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Star Jasmine (Stake)
Star Jasmine (Stake)

Beautiful evergreen vine prized for its very fragrant, star-shaped white flowers. Train on posts, walls, or trellises, or use as a fast-growing shrubby ground cover. Good container plant in cold climates. Full to partial sun. Vine with 18 to 20 feet twining branches 1 to 2 feet tall

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Statice Perezil
Statice Perezil

Plant InformationType: perennial Propagation: seeds Light: full sun Flower Color: various Bloom Time: spring, summer Height: 2 1/2 - 3 feet Width: 2 feet Soil Requirements: neutral pH, well-drained, average fertility Zones: 9-11 Uses: border, bed, cut flowers, dried arrangements

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Stipa Grass
Stipa Grass

Common Name: Korean feather grass Description: cool season; clump forming Foliage - green; medium width; 80-120 cm (32-48") tall Flowers - large; airy; Sept until frost; 100-150 cm (40-60") tall Conditions: full sun, light to full shade; moist fertile soil; adaptable to many soil types Coldest zone: 4

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Tecomaria
Tecomaria

This is a very versatile plant that can be grown as a shrub, small tree, or scrambling vine, depending on how you care for it. To grow as a shrub, periodically trim back long shoots to force branching. As a small tree, keep excess shoots trimmed off as they emerge from the lower part of the plant. If you prefer a vining habit, simply provide some sort of support and allow the long shoots to scramble up over it.

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Texas Ranger
Texas Ranger

Plant type: Shrub Deciduous/evergreen: Evergreen Cold hardiness zones: 8 - 11 Light needs: Full sun Water Needs: Once established, needs only occasional watering. Average landscape size: Dense, uniform shrub 5 to 6 ft. tall and wide. Growth rate: Moderate Flower attributes: Long Bloom Season, Repeat Flowering, Showy Flowers Special features: Easy Care, North American Native, Waterwise Landscape use: Privacy Screen Flower color: Blue Blooms: Summer into fall Foliage color: Green

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Westringia
Westringia

They are generally tough plants and useful as large scale tall groundcovers, specimen plantings or for formal or informal screens. They have attractive whorls of small leaves that are usually a light gray-green color with some cultivars being attractively variegated. The flowers, which usually are most profuse from late winter to early summer color from white to light lavender though some can bloom year round in coastal climates. They grow best in full sun.

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Yucca Red
Yucca Red

Rosettes of thick, sword-shaped, gray-green evergreen foliage have attractive peeling margins. The leaves turn a slight plum color during colder weather. The plant (sans blooms) is about 2-3 ft tall.The arching flowering stalks can reach 5 ft. The buds are a very attractive bright pink-red. The tubular blooms are pink on the outside and open to display a salmon color in the centerIt blooms best in full sun. Red Yucca has quite low water requirements and has good drought tolerance.

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Camellia Japonica
Camellia Japonica

Common Name: camellia Type: Broadleaf evergreen Family: Theaceae Zone: 7 to 9 Native Range: Japan, China, Korea Height: 7 to 12 feet Spread: 5 to 10 feet Bloom Time: Seasonal bloomer Bloom Description: White, pink, red, yellow, and lavender Sun: Part shade Water: Medium Maintenance: Medium Flowers: Showy Flowers Leaves: Evergreen

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Camellia Covina
Camellia Covina

Cultivar: Covina Family: Theaceae Size: Height: 10 ft. to 12 ft. Width: 3 ft. to 10 ft. Plant Category: landscape, shrubs, trees, Plant Characteristics: high maintenance, round, Foliage Characteristics: evergreen, Foliage Color: dark green, Flower Characteristics: long lasting, old fashioned/heritage, showy, Flower Color: pinks, reds, Tolerances: heat & humidity, Requirements Bloomtime Range: Late Winter to Late Winter USDA Hardiness Zone: 7 to 11 AHS Heat Zone: 3 to 3

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Camellia Debutante
Camellia Debutante

Plant types: Shrub, Camellia Garden styles: Asian/Zen, Cottage Deciduous/evergreen: Evergreen Cold hardiness zones: 8 - 10 Light needs: Filtered sun Water Needs: Needs regular watering - weekly, or more often in extreme heat. Average landscape size: Slow growing 6 to 8 ft. tall and wide, larger with age. Growth rate: Slow Flower attributes: Flowers for Cutting, Showy Flowers Special features: Deer Resistant Landscape uses: Border, Container, Espalier, Mass Planting, Woodland Garden

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Camellia Jordan's Pride
Camellia Jordan's Pride

Plant types: Shrub, Camellia Garden styles: Asian/Zen, Cottage Deciduous/evergreen: Evergreen Cold hardiness zones: 8 - 10 Light needs: Filtered sun Water Needs: Needs regular watering - weekly, or more often in extreme heat. Average landscape size: Moderate growing 6 to 8 ft. tall and wide, larger with age. Growth rate: Moderate Blooms: Winter Foliage color: Dark Green

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Camellia Draemer's Supreme
Camellia Draemer's Supreme

Plant types: Shrub, Camellia Garden styles: Asian/Zen, Cottage Deciduous/evergreen: Evergreen Cold hardiness zones: 8 - 10 Light needs: Filtered sun Water Needs: Needs regular watering - weekly, or more often in extreme heat. Average landscape size: Slow growing 6 to 8 ft. tall and wide, larger with age. Growth rate: Slow Flower color: Red Blooms: Winter Foliage color: Dark Green

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Camellia Mrs. Tingly
Camellia Mrs. Tingly

Glossy upright evergreen with double, salmon-pink blooms. Makes great landscape or container plant. Partial shade produces best growth and flowering results. Follow a regular watering schedule until completely established. Likes mulch to keep roots cool and promote water retention. Use an acidic fertilizer in autumn, with organic matter to supplement year round. When flowers are so dense that the blooms don't have room to open fully, prune dead or weak wood. Tolerates pruning well.

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Nuccio's Jewel
Nuccio's Jewel

Plant types: Shrub, Camellia Garden styles: Asian/Zen, Cottage Deciduous/evergreen: Evergreen Cold hardiness zones: 8 - 10 Light needs: Filtered sun Water Needs: Needs regular watering - weekly, or more often in extreme heat. Average landscape size: Slow growing 6 to 8 ft. tall and wide, larger with age. Growth rate: SlowLandscape uses: Border, Container, Espalier, Mass Planting, Woodland Garden Flower color: White Blooms: Winter Foliage color: Dark Green

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Camellia Pearl
Camellia Pearl

Plant types: Shrub, Camellia Garden styles: Asian/Zen, Cottage Deciduous/evergreen: Evergreen Cold hardiness zones: 8 - 10 Light needs: Filtered sun Water Needs: Needs regular watering - weekly, or more often in extreme heat. Average landscape size: Slow growing 6 to 8 ft. tall and wide, larger with age. Growth rate: SlowLandscape uses: Border, Container, Espalier, Mass Planting, Woodland Garden Flower color: White Blooms: Winter Foliage color: Dark Green

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Camellia Spellbound
Camellia Spellbound

‘Spellbound,’ is an upright, dense, slow-growing shrub with small, glossy, green leaves and pink flowers from late winter to early spring. Several ranks of overlapping rounded petals fill the flowers, making them look somewhat like a rose. Prune this shrub for shape and size as needed, but only right after the end of flowering. New buds for the next year will form afterward. Camellia prefers partial sun to partial shade but will tolerate full sun once established.

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Camellia Tom Knudsen
Camellia Tom Knudsen

Plant types: Shrub, Camellia Garden styles: Asian/Zen, Cottage Deciduous/evergreen: Evergreen Cold hardiness zones: 8 - 10 Light needs: Filtered sun Water Needs: Needs regular watering - weekly, or more often in extreme heat. Average landscape size: Moderate growing 6 to 8 ft. tall and wide, larger with age. Flower color: Red Blooms: Fall through winter Foliage color: Dark Green

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Eucalyptus Silver Dollar
Eucalyptus Silver Dollar

Fast growing, slim and straight tree whether single or multi-trunked. Young leaves are green, oval shaped and 2 to 3 inches in diameter. Small white flowers grow in 1 inch clusters. Seed capsules are .5 inches and cylinder shaped. It is susceptible to over watering. The foliage of nearly all species has a strong pungent odor similar to menthol. Well drained soil is preferable. Trees do very well planted from seed.

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Queen Palm
Queen Palm

The queen palm (Syagrus romanzoffiana) is a fast growing tree that can reach a height of 50 feet. It is native to South America, but is now prevalent in warmer states such as Florida and Arizona and can withstand temperatures as low as 25 degrees F. Each frond of the queen palm has a double row of dark green leaflets. In the summer, the tree has beautiful clusters of blooms and non-edible fruit begin to appear in the early winter that will turn orange as they mature.

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