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Aloe brevifolia

Short-Leaf Aloe

This low grower forms spreading clumps of blunt, thick, blue-green, spiny-edged leaves just 3 in. long...

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Aloe ferox

Cape Aloe

A single large trunk rises 6–10 ft. tall (after 10 years), topped by a single crown of gray-gree...

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Aloe polyphylla

Spiral Aloe

This unusual plant forms a single, stemless rosette 1 ft. tall and 1–2 ft. wide, with overlapping rows...

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Aloe striata

Coral Aloe

This tailored plant forms a single 2-ft.-wide rosette with broad, thick leaves to 20 in. long. Leaves ...

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Aloe vera (photo courtesy of Laura Dunkin-Hubby)

Aloe vera

Medicinal Aloe

Clustering rosettes of narrow, fleshy, stiffly upright leaves to 1–2 ft. long. Yellow flowers in...

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Aloe x nobilis

Gold-Tooth Aloe

Dark green leaves edged with small hooked teeth grow in rosettes to 1 ft. wide and high; suckers freel...

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Aloysia citrodora (photo courtesy of Thomas J. Story)

Aloysia citrodora

Lemon Verbena

Native to Argentina and Chile. Legginess is its natural state; this is the herb that grew like a gangl...

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Alpinia purpurata

Red Ginger

Native to the Pacific Islands, this plant grows to 9–12 ft. tall and 2–3 ft. wide, with 2 ...

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Alpinia zerumbet (photo courtesy of Claire Curran)

Alpinia zerumbet

Shell Ginger

From tropical Asia and Polynesia comes the grandest of gingers (to 8–9 ft. tall and 3–4 ft...

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Alstroemeria aurea

Evergreen. Grows 3–4 ft. tall, with numerous leafy flowering stems topped by yellow, orange, or ...

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Alstroemeria ‘Tall Pink’ (photo courtesy of San Marcos Growers)

Alstroemeria hybrids

Peruvian Lily

These evergreens include series such as Meyer, Premier, Inca, and Princess (which is particularly comp...

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Alstroemeria psittacina

Odd looking rather than beautiful. Flowering stems to 2 1/2 ft. tall are crowned by a few dark red flo...

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