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Green Foliages

Green – Foliages



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Acacia gr-2b These small, ball-shaped flowers are fragrant and fluffy, and are effective as a filler in a design. Whole branches worked into large designs lend color and scent to a room. Acacia Product Details
Acacia Bagged gr-2a These small, ball-shaped flowers are fragrant and fluffy, and are effective as a filler in a design. Whole branches worked into large designs lend color and scent to a room. Acacia Product Details
Acacia Purple Feather gr-2c These small, ball-shaped flowers are fragrant and fluffy, and are effective as a filler in a design. Whole branches worked into large designs lend color and scent to a room. Acacia Product Details
Acorn gr-3   Product Details
Agonis foliage gr-4   Product Details
Aspidistra gr-5   Product Details
Bear Grass gr-6   Product Details
Bells of Ireland gr-7 Moluccella laevis, commonly called bells of Ireland, belongs to the Labiatae family and features tall stalks of unusual, cup-shaped calyces, or leaves, commonly mistaken for petals. Product Details
Box Wood gr-8   Product Details
Bunny Tail Grass gr-9   Product Details
Camellia gr-10   Product Details
Cattails gr-11   Product Details
Commadore gr-12   Product Details
Cordyline gr-13   Product Details
Deflexus gr-14   Product Details
Dusty Miller gr-15   Product Details
Equisetum (Horsetail) gr-16   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
Eucalyptus Seeded Dyed gr-17b 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
Euonymus gr-18   Product Details




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