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Delph Trick de-3   Product Details
Delph Volkenfrieden de-4   Product Details
Didiscus fl-45   Product Details
Dusty Miller gr-15   Product Details
Echinacea fl-47   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
Eryngium fl-50   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 "Snow on the Mountain" fl-53b 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 "Yellow Spurge" fl-53d 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
Fern Sprengherii gr-19b   Product Details
Flowering Kale fl-55   Product Details
Freesia fl-59 Freesias are native to South Africa and are named for Friedrich Heinrich Theodor Freese, a German student who studied African plants in the 19th century. They belong to the Iridaceae family. Product Details
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
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




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