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  • Chinese abelia
    A native of southern China, this flowering shrub grows 1 to 2 m (3 to 6 ft) tall with long cane-like branches that arch gently toward the ground, giving it a graceful weeping, fountain-like shape. The leaves are small, glossy green and remain on... more...
  • Okra
    Okra is an annual sub-shrub closely related to cotton and hibiscus. Originating from tropical Africa, it is now widely cultivated in many countries for its immature seedpods, which are cooked as a vegetable. It typically grows 1 to 2 m (3 to 6 ft) ta... more...
  • Slippery cabbage
    Slippery cabbage is a fast-growing shrub in the Hibiscus family native to a wide geographic area extending from Southeast Asia to Melanesia, a region in the Pacific encompassing Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands and New Caledonia.It grows unatten... more...
  • Musk okra
    This cotton and okra relative has its origins in Central India and is cultivated for its seed, which yield a valuable essential oil. The main centres of cultivation are its native India, the Seychelles islands, Nosy Be island in Madagascar, Martiniqu... more...
  • Mulga
    This landscape shrub to small tree is an Australia native that is ideally suited to dry climates. It is a highly variable species, with up to ten naturally evolved varieties reported in its native range, from multi-trunked shrubs 2 to 3 m ( 7 to 10 f... more...
  • Earleaf acacia
    Earleaf acacia is a woody legume native of tropical Australia and Papua New Guinea. It is highly variable in the wild, from shrubs 2 to 5 m (7 to 16 ft) tall on exposed coastal sites to large timber trees reaching heights of up to 30 m (100 ft) under... more...
  • Bailey's wattle
    Native to Australia, this flowering shrub to small tree is typically 3 to 5 m (10 to 16 ft) tall, occasionally reaching heights of up to 9 m (30 ft). In shrub form it is multi-trunked and low-branching, otherwise it develops a single trunk with a rou... more...
  • Formosa acacia
    Native to the Philippines, this fast-growing ornamental and forestry tree is commonly 10 to 15 m (30 to 50 ft) tall with a single or forked trunk, smooth grey bark and ascending branches, forming a moderately dense, rounded crown. The leaves are medi... more...
  • Australian blackwood
    Australian blackwood originates from eastern Australia, its natural range stretching from Tasmania and the southeast corner of the Australian mainland north along the eastern seaboard to the subtropics. However, trees adapted to temperate and subtro... more...
  • Pink cedar
    Pink cedar or Mundani is a fast-growing flowering and timber tree native to parts of the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia, its natural range extending from the foothills of the Himalayas, east to forested areas in Myanmar (Burma), Thailand and ... more...
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