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A small, usually woody plant with well branched stems. A phanerophyte in Raunkiær's life-form classification.

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Abelmoschus esculentus – Okra
A herby, short-lived shrub to about 2 m tall with reddish stems and deeply, palmately lobed leaves. Okra is widely cultivated for its immature, pentagonal seed pods that are cooked and eaten as a vegetable. Abelmoschus esculentus is a perennial in tropical regions and grown as an annual in temperate..
From USD 4.76 In Stock
Abelmoschus manihot – Aibika, Sunset Muskmallow
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Abelmoschus moschatus – Musk Mallow
An upright shrub to 2.5 m in height, native to tropical and warm-temperate regions of Asia, but cultivated elsewhere due to its economic importance, as the source of a highly prized aromatic oil. It forms a long and slender tap root, hairy, dark green leaves, very variable in shape and conspicuous y..
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A large shrub or small tree to 10 m tall with soft branches, large leaves and dark reddish purple flowers followed by very strange, 5-winged, goblet-shaped seed pods. The leaves are covered in irritating hairs. Abroma augusta is widespread in tropical Asia and into the western Pacific, where it is u..
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Acacia adunca – Wallangarra Wattle
A small tree or large shrub to about 6 m (20 ft.) tall, native to the high mountains of northeastern New South Wales and southeasternmost Queensland, Australia. It has narrow, pendulous phyllodes and produces large sprays of fragrant yellow flowers in spring. One of the hardier Australian Acacia, it..
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Acacia aneura – Mulga Wattle
This small desert tree is one of Australia's most common and widespread trees and is found in all dry regions in the lower two thirds of the continent. It forms a much branched crown with very narrow, needle-like and distinctly silvery-gray foliage. The bright yellow flowers are held in dense, small..
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Acacia cultriformis – Knife-Leaf Wattle, Knife Acacia
A very attractive, medium-sized shrub native to southeastern Australia with unusual, triangular, pale bluish green foliage (phyllodes) and masses of fragrant, round, yellow flowers in late winter or sping. Easily and popularly grown in a variety of warm temperate climates in USDA Zones 9 to 11, it i..
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Acacia erioloba – Camel Thorn, Giraffe Thorn
A typical tree of the drier parts of southern Africa, Acacia erioloba is widespread and common in various types of savanna and is a dominant tree species especially in Namibia and Botswana. Acacia erioloba grows into a small to medium-sized tree and bears yellow, spherical flowers followed by furry,..
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Acacia genistifolia 'Prostrata' – Spreading Wattle
A low, spreading shrub with short, needle-like foliage (phyllodes) and clusters of pale yellow, powder-puff-like flowers. Acacia genistifolia is native to open forests and heath scrub in southeastern Australia. Seeds should be scarified or immersed in boiling water to break dormancy, then soaked at ..
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Acacia longifolia subsp. sophorae – Coastal Wattle
Widespread in coastal eastern and southern Australia and Tasmania, this moderate, spreading shrub is a typical plant of seashores and usually found on sandy soils. It makes a lovely and profusely flowering ornamental for temperate and warm temperate climates and also a great windbreak and stabilizer..
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Acacia luederitzii – False Umbrella Thorn, Kalahari Thorn
This medium-sized tree with finely pinnate leaves and creamy white flowers in small, spherical heads, followed by flat, brown pods, is widely distributed in savannas in southern Africa on sandy soils. It makes a nice, drought tolerant ornamental for dry tropical and some warm temperate climates. See..
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Acacia melanoxylon – Australian Blackwood
A variable, moderate, evergreen tree rarely more than 20 m tall with a dense crown of dark green phyllodes and spikes of cream white, scented flowers. Acacia melanoxylon is native to coastal eastern and southeastern Australia, including Tasmania. It makes a lovely ornamental for warm temperate and s..
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Acacia tenuifolia – Climbing Acacia
Acacia tenuifolia
Climbing Acacia

= Senegalia tenuifolia
A large, spiny scrambling or climbing shrub with feathery, finely pinnate foliage and creamy white, powderpuff-like flowers followed by papery, flat seed pods. Acacia tenuifolia is widespread from southern Mexico to northern and western South America...
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Acca sellowiana – Pineapple Guava
Originally native to southeastern Brazil and northernmost Argentina, this shrub or small tree is now widely cultivated around the world for its edible fruits, as well as for its ornamental qualities. Acca sellowiana grows to about 5 m tall and forms a dense, rounded crown of small leaves that are gr..
From USD 5.42 In Stock
Acer ginnala – Amur Maple
A small, deciduous tree, rarely more than 5 m tall with lobed leaves that turn intensely red in autumn. Acer ginnala is widespread in eastern Asia and makes a wonderful and extremely cold hardy ornamental for temperate climates...
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Acnistus arborescens – Hollowheart, Wild Tobacco
A large shrub or small tree in the Solanaceae native to the New World tropics that produces large, soft leaves and small, white, bell-shaped flowers followed by small, orange, tomato-like fruits that are valued for their anti-cancer properties but are otherwise not particularly desirable. Easy and f..
From USD 4.65 In Stock
Acoelorrhaphe wrightii 'Azul' – Blue Paurotis Palm
A marvelous and rare form of of the well known Paurotis Palm or Everglades Palm with powdery blue leaves. Native to Cuba, it surprisingly is almost unknown in cultivation...
From USD 10.29 In Stock
Acoelorrhaphe wrightii – Everglades Palm
Not uncommon in its home in the Florida Everglades and other swampy areas throughout much of the Caribbean, this lovely palm typically grows with three or four of its slim trunks towering above the rest of the clump. Small, neat, fan-shaped leaves atop chestnut brown stems gives it an attractive app..
From USD 5.42 In Stock
Acridocarpus austrocaledonicus – New Caledonian Mothfruit
This exceptionally beautiful ornamental shrub or small tree sports thick, dark green leaves with gorgeous, intensely copper colored undersides. Showy clusters of bright yellow flowers are followed by winged seeds that vaguely resemble moth wings. Acridocarpus austrocaledonicus is endemic to drier ma..
From USD 18.26 In Stock
Acrocomia glaucescens
A small to medium-sized, trunkless or slender-stemmed palm rarely to 6 m tall with sparsely spiny, plumose, bluish green leaves. Native to western-central Brazil in the states of Goiás and Mato Grosso, it grows on sandy soils in cerrado vegetation at moderate elevation. It is very rare in habitat an..
From USD 44.15 In Stock
Actinostrobus arenarius – Sandplain Cypress
A small, densely branched conifer to about 6 m tall with bluish to grayish foliage, native to southwestern Australia, where it grows on sandy soils. In cultivation it is robust and undemanding and does well in most warm-temperate climates in USDA Zones 10 and above...
From USD 5.31 In Stock
Actinostrobus pyramidalis – Swan River Cypress
A smallish, densely branched conifer with a narrow crown to 8 m tall, native only to southwestern Australia, where it grows in sandy soils. In cultivation it is robust and undemanding and does well in most warm-temperate climates in USDA Zones 10 and above...
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Adenium multiflorum – Impala Lily
A dry deciduous or evergreen, succulent shrub to about 3 m tall, native to dry wood or grassland in southern Africa to 1200 m. It forms a thick, swollen, smooth trunk with only a few branches, each of which holds a terminal tuft of small simple leaves. In winter, during the plants leafless stage, ma..
From USD 7.08 In Stock
Adenium obesum – Desert Rose
A dry deciduous or evergreen, succulent shrub to about 3 m tall, widely distributed in dry regions from subsaharan Africa to the Arabian Peninsula. It forms a thick, swollen, smooth trunk with only a few branches, each of which holds a terminal tuft of small simple leaves and a few very pretty, brig..
From USD 5.64 In Stock
Aeonium ciliatum
This Aeonium from Tenerife in the Canary Islands grows into small shrub with a sparsely branching stem and flatish rosettes of succulent, spoon-shaped leaves. ..
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Aeonium davidbramwellii
A low growing succulent from the island of La Palma in the Canary Islands, where it grows in the understory of pine woodlands to 1000 m elevation. It forms a low shrub with sparsely branching stems and large, flatish rosettes of succulent, spoon-shaped leaves with reddish margins. The relatively lar..
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This smaller Aeonium native to Tenerife in the Canary islands forms branching stems topped by small rosettes of diamond-shaped bluish leaves...
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An upright, sparsely branching, succulent shrub, usually to about 1 m (3 ft.) tall, native to Tenerife in the Canary Islands, with greenish gray branches, showy rosettes of light green leaves and pyramidal panicles of bright yellow flowers. An excellent ornamental for warm-temperate climates, Aeoniu..
From USD 5.09 In Stock
A magnificent, compact, densely branching succulent with compact rosettes of spoon-shaped leaves, found exclusively on dry Lanzarote in the Canary Islands, where it is rather rare and endangered...
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