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Turnera ulmifolia Turnera ulmifolia
Code: 72881
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Sage Rose, Yellow Buttercup, Yellow Alder

Cheery single bright yellow flowers with dark green serrated leaves adorn this small compact shrub. The flowers open at sunrise and close at sunset. This compact plant grows up to 2 feet tall and wide in sun or part shade. Looks attractive in mass plantings or in a border and is attractive to butterflies. Native to the West Indies, Mexico, and Central America. Not frost hardy. Was in Turneraceae family, which has now been combined with Passifloraceae. Passifloraceae

 
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Veltheimia bracteata Veltheimia bracteata
Code: 90211
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(Syn.: Veltheimia viridifolia), Torch Lily, Forest Lily

During winter and spring a magnificent spike of pink tubular flowers emerge from this South African bulb. This elegant plant with attractive dark green glossy, wavy leaves can be grown outdoors in mild climates or as a house plant anywhere. Semi-deciduous in summer. Plant in light shade outdoors. Attractive to hummingbirds. Formerly placed in the Hyacinthaceae and Liliaceae families. USDA zones 9 - 10. Sold as potted plants. Asparagaceae subfamily Scilloideae

 
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Vitex trifolia Fascination Vitex trifolia 'Fascination'
Code: 73869
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(Syn.: Vitex trifolia 'Purpurea'), Arabian Lilac

From Australia (not Arabia) comes this bush or small tree with purple leaves. Sprays of blue flowers on 8 inch stalks in summer. Can be used as a colorful hedge in subtropical climates. Lamiaceae

 
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Vitex trifolia Variegata Vitex trifolia 'Variegata'
Code: 73870
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Variegated Arabian Lilac

Bush or small tree with bright green leaves edged with creamy yellow. Grows 6 to 12 feet tall. Makes a great hedge. Blooms from spring to fall with spikes of bluish flowers. Native southeast Asia to Australia. Lamiaceae

 
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Volkameria aculeata Volkameria aculeata
Code: 50901
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(Syn.: Clerodendrum aculeatum), West Indian Privet, Prickly Glory Bower

Erect or vining spiny shrub from 3 to 6 ft tall with clusters of small white flowers in summer. Stems are grayish brown. The woody older branches are armed with spines at the leaf stalk bases. Hedge plant in tropics. It prefer a sunny situation on moist sandy loam soil. Native to the West Indies. A nice bonsai candidate. 32F. Lamiaceae

 
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