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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..
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Abies alba – European Silver Fir
A magnificent, very large conifer that can reach more than 50 m tall, native from the Pyrenees in Spain to the Carpathians, southern Italy and northern Greece to 1800 m. It has a straight trunk with whitish bark and a pyramidal crown and dark green, needlelike leaves with white undersides. Abies alb..
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Abies amabilis – Pacific Silver Fir
A very large conifer native to temperate rainforests from coastal southeastern Alaska to northern California to 2300 m elevation. It can reach to 75 m tall with a narrow, conical crown. In cultivation, Abies amabilis is hardy to USDA Zone 5 and a popular forestry tree for temperate climates due to i..
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Abies balsamea – Balsam Fir
A pretty, medium-sized conifer rarely to 30 tall, widely distributed and commonly seen from central to eastern Canada and scattered south to Virginia in the U.S.A. It forms a narrowly conical, densely branched crown with short, narrow but blunt leaves that are dark glossy green above and pale to blu..
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Abies cephalonica – Grecian Fir
An imposing, large conifer to about 40 m (130 ft.) tall, native to the mountains of Greece between 800 and 2000 m (2600 and 6600 ft.) with dense, dark green, needlelike foliage to 3.5 cm (1 in.) long. A robust specimen tree for the temperate garden in USDA Zones 5 to 9...
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Abies concolor 'Glauca' – White Fir
(Description coming soon)..
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Abies grandis – Grand Fir, Giant Fir
A very large conifer native to the northwestern USA and southwestern Canada to 1600 m that can reach to over 75 m tall with a narrow, conical crown. In cultivation, Abies grandis is hardy to USDA Zone 6 and a popular forestry tree for temperate climates due to its fast growth...
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Abies nordmanniana subsp. equi-trojani – Trojan Fir
A beautiful, large conifer that can reach about 30 m (100 ft) tall, native to western Turkey between about 700 and 1500 m (2300 and 5000 ft). It is considered endangered in habitat. The Trojan Fir has a pyramidal crown and dark green, needlelike leaves. Abies nordmanniana subsp. equi-trojani makes a..
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Abies nordmanniana subsp. nordmanniana – Caucasian Fir
A beautiful, giant conifer with a narrow conical crown of dark green, needlelike leaves that can reach more than 50 m tall. It is native to forests from northern Turkey to western Caucasia (Abkhazia and Georgia) in the mountains around the eastern Black Sea between 900 and 2100 m. Abies nordmanniana..
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Abies pindrow – West Himalayan Fir
A beautiful, large conifer to 60 m (200 ft.) tall with a trunk to 2.4 m (8 ft.) in diameter and short branches that form a narrow, conical crown. The thin, glossy green, needle-like leaves can grow to 6 cm long. It is native to the western Himalayas from Afghanistan to Nepal between 2000 and 3000 m ..
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Abies pinsapo – Spanish Fir
This rare, medium-size conifer grows only in southern Spain and northern Morocco, usually on dry mountain slopes and it is considered endangered due to degradation of habitat, deforestation and fires. It develops a broad, conical, symmetrical crown to to 25 m tall of spirally arranged branches, shor..
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Abies procera – Noble Fir
Abies procera
Noble Fir

= Abies nobilis
(Description coming soon)..
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Abroma augusta – Devil's Cotton
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 auriculiformis – Earleaf Acacia
A medium to large tree to 30 m tall, native to northern Australia, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea with attractive, sickle-shaped phyllodes (leaves that are actually not leaves but widened leaf stalks) and yellow, bottle-brush-like flowers in great profusion. Besides being grown as a robust ornament..
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Acacia cincinnata – Scorpion Wattle
A small to moderately-sized, evergreen, tropical tree to about 25 m tall with long phyllodes and spikes of cream white, scented flowers. Acacia cincinnata is native to Australia and islands of the South West Pacific, where it grows in open forests. It makes a nice ornamental and is also planted for ..
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Acacia concinna – Shikakai
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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 decurrens – Early Black Wattle
A well known and popular, very fast growing ornamental tree to 15 m tall, native to eastern Australia with dark green, bipinnate, feathery foliage and wonderfully scented, golden yellow flowers in great profusion in early spring. Seeds should be scarified or briefly immersed in boiling water before ..
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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 mangium – Black Wattle, Mangium Wattle
A large, very fast growing tree to 35 m (115 ft.) tall, native from Queensland, Australia to New Guinea and the Moluccas. It is popular as a plantation tree due to its speed and ease of growth, drought tolerance, nitrogen-fixing qualities and its good quality wood, which is used for pulp and charcoa..
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Acacia mearnsii – Black Wattle
A medium-sized tree originally native to forests in southeastern Australia and Tasmania with fern-like foliage and creamy white, globose flowers. It is a popular ornamental for warm temperate climates in USDA zones 8 to 11 but also widely used in forestry for a multitude of purposes. It has a reputa..
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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 stenophylla – River Cooba, Shoe-String Acacia
A very attractive, small to medium-sized tree to about 15 m (50 ft) tall with a gnarly trunk, a well-branched, dense crown with long, thin, weeping branches and narrow, grayish-green phyllodes. The small, powderpuff-like, pale yellow flowers are followed by seed pods that look like beaded strings. A..
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Acanthocalycium klimpelianum
Acanthocalycium klimpelianum
= Acanthocalycium peitscherianum
A solitary cactus that forms a small, rounded, heavily armed body and white flowers with a pinkish hue. It is native to the Andes in northwestern Argentina between 1000 and 1500 m...
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Acanthocalycium spiniflorum
A solitary cactus that forms a small, rounded, heavily armed body and white flowers with a pinkish hue. It is native to the Andes in northwestern Argentina...
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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..
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Acer laurinum
A large, evergreen, tropical maple that can reach to over 40 m tall, with gray bark and large, simple, glossy dark green leaves that are whitish underneath. Acer laurinum is rare but widespread in tropical forests from southern China and Indochina to the Philippines and southern India between 700 an..
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Achyrocline hallii
(Description coming soon)..
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Aciphylla aurea – Golden Spaniard, Taramea
Aciphylla is a most unusual genus of plants, native to New Zealand with one exception. It belongs in the Apiaceae and is thus related to carrot, parsley, dill, celery etc. In appearance however, Aciphylla has little in common with these vegetables but rather has thick, very hard, spiky foliage in ro..
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