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Fuchsia Gartenmeister Bohnstedt Fuchsia 'Gartenmeister Bohnstedt'
Code: 51565
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Honeysuckle Fuchsia

Clusters of red flowers, loved by hummingbirds. Onagraceae

 
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Gardenia jasminoides Frost Proof Gardenia jasminoides 'Frost Proof'
Code: 90090
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This award winning gardenia produces an abundance of large double sweetly fragrant blooms from late spring through mid-summer. Grows 3 to 4 feet high as a bushy shrub with glossy narrow green foliage. Because of its compact habit, it makes a fine container plant. It's more tolerant of frost than most and will not likely drop its buds from the cold. Also, reported to be fairly insect resistant. Plant in full sun to part shade in moist, well-drained acid soil. Winner of the '2007 Garden Writers Best Plants Award'. USDA zones 7 - 10 Rubiaceae

 
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Gardenia jasminoides Glazerii Gardenia jasminoides 'Glazerii'
Code: 90217
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An ideal corsage variety as flowers tend to be flat, 3 to 5 inches in width. Compact, bushy grower with intense fragrance. Plant in moist, acidic soil with good drainage in partial sun. USDA zones 9 - 11. Rubiaceae

 
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Gardenia jasminoides Miami Supreme Gardenia jasminoides 'Miami Supreme'
Code: 51572
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(Syn.: Gardenia augusta 'Miami Supreme')

Flowers fully double and fragrant, as large as Gardenia jasminoides 'Aimee Yoshida'. Excellent foliage and compact growth. 15F. Rubiaceae

 
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Gardenia taitensis Mini Gardenia taitensis 'Mini'
Code: 90444
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Dwarf Tiare Gardenia

This is a mini form of the Tiare gardenia with smaller leaves and very sweet fragrant petite 1" white flowers. Native to Polynesia. Used in the Hawaiian Islands as a low-maintenance, drought tolerant border plant to 4 feet in height. Needs tropical or greenhouse conditions with rich soil, bright light, and regular feeding. Possible large bonsai candidate. Minimum temperature of 40F. USDA zones 10 - 11. Rubiaceae

 
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Gardenia thunbergia Gardenia thunbergia
Code: 51573
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Magnificent shrub with glossy dark green leaves and very large waxy white pinwheel flowers with wonderful sweet citrus fragrance. Commonly used as rootstock for grafting the ornamental Gardenia jasminoides varieties. S.E. Africa. Rubiaceae

 
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Gardenia (Kailarsenia) vietnamensis Gardenia (Kailarsenia) vietnamensis
Code: 90016
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Gardenia 'Vietnam', Vietnamese Gardenia

Beautiful white pinwheel-shaped flowers are 2 to 3 inches across with with an intoxicating fragrance, blooming intermittently throughout the year. With oval semi-glossy leaves and bushy habit, it makes an ideal plant for containers. Grows 4 to 6 feet high in the ground. Plant in sun to part shade with acid soil conditions. Although this easy to grow gardenia is native to Vietnam, it seems to be quite hardy. Gardenia vietnamensis is not a valid botanical name. It probably belongs to the Asian genus of Kailarsenia, possibly a form of Kailarsenia lineata. USDA zones 9 - 11. Rubiaceae

 
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