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Calendula fl-21   Product Details
Calla Green Goddess fl-22b Callas, which are often referred to as calla lilies, are actually unrelated to the Lilium family. Instead, they're members of the Araceae family, which includes anthuriums, caladiums and some philodendrons. Product Details
Camellia gr-10   Product Details
Cattails gr-11   Product Details
Cestrum fl-32   Product Details
Commadore gr-12   Product Details
Craspedia fl-40 Known familiarly as the "billy button" or "drumstick," craspedia is a perennial herbaceous member of the daisy family Compositae, and is a native wildflower of New Zealand, Australia and Tasmania. Product Details
Crocosmia fl-41   Product Details
Dahlia dah-2 The dahlia was named in honor of Swedish botanist Andreas Dahl, a student of Linnaeus. They're native to Mexico and Central America. Product Details
Dahlia bicolor dah-1 The dahlia was named in honor of Swedish botanist Andreas Dahl, a student of Linnaeus. They're native to Mexico and Central America. Product Details
Delph belladonna de-1   Product Details
Delph Hybrid de-2 The Delphinium genus, part of the Ranunculaceae family, includes more than 300 species of flowers native to the northern hemisphere. Delphiniums belong to the same family as larkspurs. Product Details
Delph Trick de-3   Product Details
Delph Volkenfrieden de-4   Product Details
Dusty Miller gr-15   Product Details
Ecu- seeded wr-7 Eucalyptus is a member of the Myrtacae family, and its name comes from the Greek word kalyptos, meaning "covered," which refers to its bud coverings. The eucalyptus plant is native to Australia and Tasmania, although hybrids also came from New Guinea, the Product Details
Eriostemon fil-9   Product Details
Eucalyptus gr-17a Eucalyptus is a member of the Myrtacae family, and its name comes from the Greek word kalyptos, meaning "covered," which refers to its bud coverings. Product Details
Euphorbia "Dog Eye" fl-53a Sometimes referred to as the scarlet plume, euphorbia fulgens, a shrub, is a native of Mexico but is cultivated as a cut flower. Product Details
Euphorbia "Wolfinii" fl-53c Sometimes referred to as the scarlet plume, euphorbia fulgens, a shrub, is a native of Mexico but is cultivated as a cut flower. Product Details




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