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Abarema jupunba, Ingarana

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 Abarema jupunba
Family: Mimosoideae / Mimosaceae
Ingarana
Origin: Central America
big treefull sunsemi-shadewhite/off-white flowersattracts butterflies, hummingbirds
 Abarema jupunba, Ingarana

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Abelia grandiflora, Glossy Abelia

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Family: Caprifoliaceae
Glossy Abelia
Origin: China
small shrub 2-5 ftfull sunsemi-shademoderate waterregular waterwhite/off-white flowerspink flowersfragrantattracts butterflies, hummingbirdssubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timeincuded in CD catalog

The most popular of the Abelias. An evergreen or semi-evergreen shrub with a rounded, fountain-like growth habit. Fast-growing to 4-8 ft tall and 4-6 ft wide. Fine-textured, glossy, oval, dark green leaves, 2 inches long. New growth has bronze color. Prolific, tiny white with pink sepals tubular flowers (less than 1 inch long) in clusters at stem ends, from summer to fall some times longer. Flowers are slightly fragrant.


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Abelia x grandiflora Edward Goucher

Abelia grandiflora, Glossy Abelia

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Abelia x grandiflora Edward Goucher
Abelia grandiflora, Glossy Abelia

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Abelia x grandiflora Edward Goucher
Abelia grandiflora, Glossy Abelia

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Abelia grandiflora, Glossy Abelia

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Abelia grandiflora, Glossy Abelia

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Abelia sp., Abelia

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Abelia chinensis (?)
 Abelia sp.
Family: Caprifoliaceae
Abelia
Can be used for bonsailarge shrub 5-10 ftfull sunsemi-shademoderate waterregular waterwhite/off-white flowerspink flowerssubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

The flowers appear in the upper leaf axils and stem ends, 1-8 together in a short cyme; they are pendulous, white to pink, bell-shaped with a five-lobed corolla.

The species from warm climates are evergreen, and colder climate species deciduous.

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Abelia chinensis

Abelia grandiflora


 Abelia sp., Abelia

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Abelia chinensis (?)

Abelia sp., Abelia

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Abelia sp., Abelia

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Abelia chinensis
Abelia sp., Abelia

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Abelia chinensis


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Abelmoschus esculentus, Hibiscus esculentus, Okra, Bamia, Gombo

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Family: Malvaceae
Okra, Bamia, Gombo
Origin: Africa
large shrub 5-10 ftsmall shrub 2-5 ftfull sunmoderate waterregular waterwhite/off-white flowersyellow/orange flowersedible

This annual, herbaceous shrub is readily identifiable by its beautiful, pale-yellow flowers. The pods and leaves are edible, and young pods can be used in stir-fry and soups either blanched or pickled. When cooked it resembles asparagus, yet it may be left raw and served in a cold salad.


 Abelmoschus esculentus, Hibiscus esculentus, Okra, Bamia, Gombo

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Abelmoschus esculentus 'Red Okra'

Abelmoschus esculentus, Hibiscus esculentus, Okra, Bamia, Gombo

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Abelmoschus esculentus 'Red Okra'
Abelmoschus esculentus, Hibiscus esculentus, Okra, Bamia, Gombo

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Abelmoschus esculentus 'Red Okra'
Abelmoschus esculentus, Hibiscus esculentus, Okra, Bamia, Gombo

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Abelmoschus esculentus, Hibiscus esculentus, Okra, Bamia, Gombo

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Musk Mallow. Valued as an ornamental plant, due to its colorful and attractive flowers. Cultivated for aromatic oil from seeds. Young leaves, shoots, and unripe seedpods are cooked as a vegetable.
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Abelmoschus moschatus, Hibiscus abelmoschus , Musk Mallow

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Family: Malvaceae
Musk Mallow
Origin: South East Asia
large shrub 5-10 ftfull sunsemi-shademoderate waterregular waterred/crimson/vinous flowersyellow/orange flowersethnomedicalediblesubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Valued as an ornamental plant, due to its colorful and attractive flowers. The leaves are alternate, rough, hairy, heart-shaped or 3-5 lobed with serrated margins. Flowers are Hibiscus-like.

Cultivated for aromatic oil from seeds. Young leaves, shoots, and unripe seedpods are cooked as a vegetable.


 Abelmoschus moschatus, Hibiscus abelmoschus , Musk Mallow

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Abelmoschus moschatus, Hibiscus abelmoschus , Musk Mallow

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Abelmoschus moschatus, Hibiscus abelmoschus , Musk Mallow

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Abelmoschus moschatus, Hibiscus abelmoschus , Musk Mallow

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Abroma augusta , Devil Cotton

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Family: Sterculiaceae
Devil Cotton
Origin: Tropical Asia
large shrub 5-10 ftsmall tree 10-20 ftfull sunsemi-shaderegular waterUnusual colorred/crimson/vinous flowersethnomedical

The leaves have an oblong shap.The seeds are contained in a cotton-like envelope. Dark, maroon flowers are formed in terminal panicles. The leaves and stems are covered with soft, bristly hairs that are extremely irritating to the touch.

Also placed in Malvaceae ssf. Sterculioideae.


 Abroma augusta , Devil Cotton

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Abroma augusta , Devil Cotton

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Abroma augusta , Devil Cotton

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Abromeitiella sp., Abromeitiella

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Family: Bromeliaceae
Abromeitiella
Origin: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil
groundcover and low-growingsmall shrub 2-5 ftfull sunmoderate waterornamental foliage

The Abromeitiella is a succulent plant.Upon growth, they develop as a round-shaped shrub. Succulent plants can also endure long periods of time without watering; usually as the climate gets colder they need less water, however, during the summer months they should be watered abundantly.


 Abromeitiella sp., Abromeitiella

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Abromeitiella sp., Abromeitiella

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Abromeitiella sp., Abromeitiella

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Abrus precatorius, Buddhist rosary bead, Rosary pea vine, Carolina muida, Deadly crab's eye, Lucky bean, Prayer beads, Weather plant, Wild liquorice

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Family: Faboideae / Leguminosae / Papilionaceae
Buddhist rosary bead, Rosary pea vine, Carolina muida, Deadly crab's eye, Lucky bean, Prayer beads, Weather plant, Wild liquorice
Origin: India, Sri Lanka, Thailand
vine or creeperfull sunmoderate waterblue/lavender/purple flowerspink flowerspoisonous or toxicethnomedicalincuded in CD catalog

Abrus precatorius has small pretty purple flowers located at the end of the stalks. Fruits are short, inflated pods, splitting open when mature to reveal the round; hard and shiny seeds which are scarlet, but black at the base. Seeds contain abrin, one of the most toxic plant poisons known.


 Abrus precatorius, Buddhist rosary bead, Rosary pea vine, Carolina muida, Deadly crab's eye, Lucky bean, Prayer beads, Weather plant, Wild liquorice

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Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Bakeridesia integerrima, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Family: Malvaceae
Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow
Origin: Honduras
large shrub 5-10 ftsmall tree 10-20 ftfull sunsemi-shaderegular wateryellow/orange flowersattracts butterflies, hummingbirdssubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timeincuded in CD catalog

Sometimes listed as Bakeridesia integerrima, Canary Tree is a showy and handsome small tree growing about 10 ft tall, with evergreen, broadly heart-shaped leaves. They are pubescent with stellate hairs and are rough to the touch on the upper surface. The flowers are 2-3" across and resemble those of a hibiscus. The five petals are bright yellow, each with a reddish blotch at the base. It is an excellent tree for container culture or for a small garden, doing best with full sun and good drainage. It has a long winter span, and blooms are attractive to bees and butterflies.


 Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Bakeridesia integerrima, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Bakeridesia integerrima, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Bakeridesia integerrima, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Bakeridesia integerrima, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Bakeridesia integerrima, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Bakeridesia integerrima, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Bakeridesia integerrima, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Bakeridesia integerrima, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Bakeridesia integerrima, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Bakeridesia integerrima, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Bakeridesia integerrima, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Bakeridesia integerrima, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Bakeridesia integerrima, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Bakeridesia integerrima, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Bakeridesia integerrima, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Bakeridesia integerrima, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Bakeridesia integerrima, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Bakeridesia integerrima, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Bakeridesia integerrima, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Bakeridesia integerrima, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Abutilon chiappardi - Canary Tree

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Canary Tree. Sometimes listed as Bakeridesia integerrima, Canary Tree is a showy and handsome small tree growing about 10 ft tall, with evergreen, broadly heart-shaped leaves. They are pubescent with stellate hairs and are rough to the touch on the upper surface. The flowers are 2-3" across and resemble those of a hibiscus. The five petals are bright yellow, each with a reddish blotch at the base. It is an excellent tree for container culture or for a small garden, doing best with full sun and good drainage. It has a long winter span, and blooms are attractive to bees and butterflies.
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This item is certified for shipping to California.
Grown in 3 gal pot

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Abutilon chiappardi - seeds

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Canary Tree. Sometimes listed as Bakeridesia integerrima, Canary Tree is a showy and handsome small tree growing about 10 ft tall, with evergreen, broadly heart-shaped leaves. They are pubescent with stellate hairs and are rough to the touch on the upper surface. The flowers are 2-3" across and resemble those of a hibiscus. The five petals are bright yellow, each with a reddish blotch at the base. It is an excellent tree for container culture or for a small garden, doing best with full sun and good drainage. It has a long winter span, and blooms are attractive to bees and butterflies.
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Per pack: 6 seeds

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Abutilon grandifolium, Sida grandifolia, Hairy Indian Mallow, Hairy Abutilon

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Family: Malvaceae
Hairy Indian Mallow, Hairy Abutilon
Origin: South America
large shrub 5-10 ftfull sunmoderate wateryellow/orange flowersethnomedical
 Abutilon grandifolium, Sida grandifolia, Hairy Indian Mallow, Hairy Abutilon

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