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Berry privett wr-5   Product Details
Box Wood gr-8   Product Details
Boxwood wr-6   Product Details
Buddleia fl-20 The genus Buddleia contains numerous small, ornamental trees and shrubs. Of these, Buddleia davidii and Buddleia x weyeriana produce the cut flowers popular with today's florists. Product Details
Bunny Tail Grass gr-9   Product Details
Bupleurum fil-6   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
Celosia coxcomb fl-29a A hybrid whose name is derived from the Greek word for "burning," Celosia argentea--or just celosia, as it's commonly called. Product Details
Celosia feather fl-29b A hybrid whose name is derived from the Greek word for "burning," Celosia argentea--or just celosia, as it's commonly called. Product Details
Celosia feather Yellow fl-29c A hybrid whose name is derived from the Greek word for "burning," Celosia argentea--or just celosia, as it's commonly called. Product Details
Commadore gr-12   Product Details
Coreopsis fl-37   Product Details
Cosmos fl-39b   Product Details
Cosmos chocolate fl-39a   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




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