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Rosales

The Rosales are an order of flowering plants composed of nine families, of which the largest is the Rosaceae, or the rose family, followed by Urticaceae or the nettle family. The Rosaceae family includes many species of ornamental value, such as roses, hawthorns and firethorns, as well as many edible species such as apples, apricots, almonds, cherries, quinces, peaches, plums, strawberries, and raspberries.

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Aronia melanocarpa – Black Chokeberry
A smallish shrub rarely over 2 m tall with small, white flowers followed by clusters of small black fruits, that are edible and rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, but not particularly enjoyable in their raw state. However, the shrub is widely cultivated for its fruit juice, which can also ..
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A well know and popular, large tropical tree with giant, sweet and delicious fruit, the cultivation of which dates back thousands of years in southern Asia...
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Broussonetia papyrifera – Paper Mulberry
A small to medium-sized, deciduous tree with large, trilobed leaves and attractive, red to orange fruits on female trees. Broussonetia papyrifera is native to eastern Asia and makes an attractive ornamental for USDA Zones 7 and above, though with some invasive potential in warmer regions. Seeds may ..
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Ceanothus verrucosus – Barranca Brush
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Celtis africana – White Stinkwood
This beautiful medium-sized, fast growing, dry deciduous tree is widely distributed in forests and savannas in eastern and southern Africa between 1500 and 1800 m. It makes an excellent ornamental tree for warm temperate and tropical regions...
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Cerasus campanulata – Taiwan Cherry
A small, deciduous tree native to southern China, Vietnam, Taiwan and southern Japan with beautiful, deep pink, bell-shaped flowers in spring. It an outstanding ornamental flowering tree for the warm temperate garden in USDA Zones 8 to 10 and considered the best flowering cherry. ..
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Chaenomeles japonica – Japanese Quince
A mildly spiny, deciduous shrub with spreading branches that hold small leaves and masses of orange to deep red flowers followed by attractive yellow, plum-sized, aromatic fruits that can be juiced after boiling. Chaenomeles japonica is a popular ornamental for temperate climates...
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Chaenomeles sinensis – Chinese Quince
Chaenomeles sinensis
Chinese Quince

= Pseudocydonia sinensis
An attractive semi-evergreen or deciduous tree that can reach to 18 m tall. It grows a dense crown with spreading branches that hold smallish leaves and pink flowers followed by attractive, large, yellow, fruits that are intensely and pleasantly fragrant but hard and nearly inedible when raw. They c..
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Cotoneaster horizontalis
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Cotoneaster lacteus
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Cotoneaster microphyllus
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Crataegus mexicana – Mexican Hawthorn
A shrub or small tree, up to 10 m tall, native to Mexico and Central America but introduced in other parts of South America, where it usually grows in open forests and thickets, at elevations between 1500 and 2700 m. It has oval shaped leaves, white, rather unpleasantly scented flowers and edible, r..
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Crataegus pinnatifida – Chinese Hawthorn
A small to medium-sized, deciduous tree native to temperate eastern Asia, where it is found in woodlands to 2000 m. The edible, orange fruits are used in the preparation of sweet desserts, candies, jams and fruit wines. It is easily grown in temperate climates in USDA Zones 5 to 9...
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Crataegus ssp. Mix – Hawthorn
A mix of Crataegus species grown in Armenia for their fruits. Plants will grow into deciduous shrubs or small trees, profusely flowering with white flowers in spring, followed by red, maroon or black fruits. These Crataegus are very hardy and best suited to temperate climates...
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Elaeagnus angustifolia – Russian Olive
A deciduous, broad, spiny shrub rarely more than 5 m tall with small, oblong leaves that are grayish green above and silvery white below. The Flowers are small and yellow, followed by brownish orange, aromatic, edible fruits to 2 cm long. Elaeagnus angustifolia is originally native to central Asia b..
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A spreading shrub or small tree to about 6 m tall with narrow, grayish to silvery green foliage and small, brownish-yellow flowers followed by pea-sized, bright orange fruits that stay on the branches even after the leaves fall. The fruits are edible and popular for processing into jams, jellies or ..
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Emmenosperma pancherianum
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A highly attractive shrub or small tree, rarely more than 6 m tall, distributed in woodlands and on rocky outcrops in tropical Africa. It is easily distinguished by its conspicuous roots, often spreading over surrounding rock and its twisted trunk covered by white-yellowish bark and topped by a spre..
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Ficus americana subsp. andicola – Andean Laurel Fig
A large tree with marvelous, glossy green foliage and small red fruits, usually found growing at higher elevations in the rain and cloud forests of Andes from Venezuela to Peru to 2600 m. It makes a great ornamental and is popular as a street tree in the Andes...
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Ficus aurea – Golden Strangler Fig
A large tree to 30 m tall with a spreading crown of branches that in older trees are supported by thick aerial roots. The glossy green leaves are small and simple, the small fruits turn yellow when ripe. Ficus aurea is widely distributed throughout much of the Caribbean and Central America. It makes..
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Ficus auriculata – Roxburgh Fig
A magnificent, fast growing small tree or large shrub to about 8 m tall with giant round, wavy leaves that can reach nearly 40 cm in diameter and are beautifully coppery red when young. The large fruits appear on the trunk and main branches and are sweet and edible if properly pollinated by a micros..
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Ficus austrocaledonica
A highly ornamental fig tree native to rainforests on New Caledonia with large, leathery leaves and edible, bright orange and red fruits...
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Ficus benghalensis – Banyan Tree
A very large, spreading tree native to southern Asia which, through aerial roots, will produce multiple trunks and can spread over an extensive area. The large leaves are glossy and have light veins, the fruits are small and red and are much enjoyed by the wildlife. A sacred tree in India it makes a..
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Ficus benjamina – Weeping Fig
A large, tropical tree with small, glossy leaves, widely popular for landscaping and as a robust indoor plant. The attractive, small, yellow fruits are popular with birds...
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Ficus brandegeei – Desert Fig
An attractive, medium-sized tree native to the deserts of the Baja California peninsula in Mexico. It has heart-shaped leaves and very light bark and makes a wonderful and very drought tolerant ornamental for dry tropical and frost free warm temperate climates in USDA Zones 10 and above...
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Ficus exasperata – Sandpaper Fig, Rough Banyan
A small or medium-sized tree to about 20 m (65 ft.) tall with rather large, coarse, slightly hairy leaves and small, yellowish-green fruits. It is native throughout tropical and southeastern Africa, the southern tip of the Arabian Peninsula and southern India, and is an important medicinal plant wit..
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Ficus habrophylla – Giant Leaf Fig
This fig from New Caledonia is eaten by the Kanak people and popular for making into pies. It is also sought out by the rousettes, the New Caledonian flying foxes (fruit bats), and it is often a competition to see who gets the fruit first. The very large leaves of this tree are dark green and showy,..
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Ficus hirta – Hairy Fig
A shrub or small tree with usually finely furry, simple or deeply lobed leaves and round, furry yellow fruits, native to forest margins at low and medium elevations from the Himalayas to southern China and Southeast Asia...
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Ficus hispida – Hairy Fig
A medium-sized tree with large, rough, hairy leaves and small, edible, red or yellow fruits, widely distributed from the Himalayas to Australia...
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Ficus petiolaris
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A small tree, usually 6 to 10 m tall, native to Mexico, where it grows from Sonora and Baja California south to Oaxaca, often times in rocky areas. It has pale green leaves with reddish veins and gree...

Ficus habrophylla – Giant Leaf Fig
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This fig from New Caledonia is eaten by the Kanak people and popular for making into pies. It is also sought out by the rousettes, the New Caledonian flying foxes (fruit bats), and it is often a compe...

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Ficus benghalensis – Banyan Tree
From USD 4.64

A very large, spreading tree native to southern Asia which, through aerial roots, will produce multiple trunks and can spread over an extensive area. The large leaves are glossy and have light veins, ...

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Ficus auriculata – Roxburgh Fig
From USD 5.30

A magnificent, fast growing small tree or large shrub to about 8 m tall with giant round, wavy leaves that can reach nearly 40 cm in diameter and are beautifully coppery red when young. The large frui...

Ficus religiosa – Sacred Fig
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A large, semi-evergreen tree to 30 m tall and with a trunk to 3 m in diameter. The leaves are heart-shaped with a finely pointed tip, the fruits very small and purple. It is native to Southern Asia an...

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