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Huckleberry gr-24   Product Details
Hyacinthus fl-73   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
Iris fl-74 Native to southern Europe and the Mediterranean region, irises are bulbous perennials. The popular blooms are members of the Iridaceae family and take their name from the Greek goddess who transported messages between mortals and the Mount Olympus deities Product Details
Ivy Bush gr-25a   Product Details
Ivy Cut gr-25b   Product Details
Jasmine fl-75   Product Details
Jasmine Vine gr-26   Product Details
Kangaroo Mini fl-76a As its common name suggests, kangaroo paw is a native of southwestern Australia. This novel bloom's proper name, Anigozanthos, combines the Greek words anoigo, meaning "to open," and anthos, meaning "flower," and reflects this flower's inclination to open Product Details
Kangaroo Paws fl-76b As its common name suggests, kangaroo paw is a native of southwestern Australia. This novel bloom's proper name, Anigozanthos, combines the Greek words anoigo, meaning "to open," and anthos, meaning "flower," and reflects this flower's inclination to open Product Details
Kiwi Vine gr-27   Product Details
Kunzea gr-28   Product Details
Lamb's Ear gr-29   Product Details
Larkspur de-5 A member of the Ranunculaceae family, larkspurs are closely related to delphiniums and are easily confused with standard delphiniums because both are characterized by large, showy flowers densely packed on sturdy spikes. However, larkspurs' more delicate, Product Details
Leatherleaf gr-30   Product Details
Leonurus fl-77   Product Details
Lepidium fil-12   Product Details
Leptospermum fil-13   Product Details




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