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Fruited Olive Branches br-7b   Product Details
Gallardia fl-60   Product Details
Gipsy fl-64   Product Details
Gladiolus fl-65 The word gladiolus means "little sword" in Latin. Named for the shape of its leaves, the gladiolus belongs to the Iridaceae family. Product Details
Godetia fl-66b Whether it's known by the name godetia or clarkia, this hardy annual with purple, rose or white blooms is reminiscent of the anemone, Other names attributed to godetias, which are members of the Onagraceae family, are satin flowers, farewell-to-spring, su Product Details
Godetia lavender fl-66a Whether it's known by the name godetia or clarkia, this hardy annual with purple, rose or white blooms is reminiscent of the anemone, Other names attributed to godetias, which are members of the Onagraceae family, are satin flowers, farewell-to-spring, su Product Details
Gompherena fl-67   Product Details
Green Mist fl-68   Product Details
Gypsophila (Baby's breath) fil-10 A member of the Caryophyllaceae family, gypsophila--commonly known as baby's breath--has European and Northern Asian origins and is a relative of chickweed, carnations and sweet William. Product Details
Herbs gr-22a   Product Details
Herbs - Dill gr-22b   Product Details
Herbs - Geranium gr-22c   Product Details
Herbs - Lavender gr-22d   Product Details
Herbs - Mint gr-22e   Product Details
Herbs - Oregano gr-22f   Product Details
Honey Bracelet gr-23   Product Details
Hydrangea hyd-1 Hydrangeas, which belong to the Saxifragaceae family, originated in North America, South America and Asia. Their name comes from the Greek words hydor, which means "water," and aggeion, which means "vessel," referring to the shape of the flowers' seed cap Product Details
Hydrangea Antique hyd-2 Hydrangeas, which belong to the Saxifragaceae family, originated in North America, South America and Asia. Their name comes from the Greek words hydor, which means "water," and aggeion, which means "vessel," referring to the shape of the flowers' seed cap Product Details
Hydrangea Popcorn hyd-3 Hydrangeas, which belong to the Saxifragaceae family, originated in North America, South America and Asia. Their name comes from the Greek words hydor, which means "water," and aggeion, which means "vessel," referring to the shape of the flowers' seed cap Product Details
Jasmine fl-75   Product Details




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