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Ensete ventricosum ‘Maurelii’, photo courtesy of Saxon Holt/PhotoBotanic

Abyssinian Banana

Ensete ventricosum

African native is grown for its lush, attractive tropical-looking foliage. For fruit-bearing banana tr...

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Gladiolus callianthus

Abyssinian Sword Lily

Gladiolus callianthus

From Africa. In late summer and fall, each 2 to 3-ft. stem bears two to ten fragrant, creamy white flo...

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Aconite

Aconitum

Leaves, usually lobed, are held in basal clusters. Flowers shaped like hoods or helmets appear along t...

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Aconitum carmichaelii ‘Pink Sensation’, photo courtesy of Visions BV, Netherlands

Aconite

Aconitum carmichaelii

Native to eastern Asia. This densely foliaged plant grows to 2–4 ft. high and nearly as wide. Le...

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Afghan Pine

Pinus eldarica

From southern Russia, Afghanistan, Pakistan. Grows fast to 30-80 ft. tall, 15-25 ft. wide. Classic pin...

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Myrsine africana

African Boxwood

Myrsine africana

Native to the Azores, Africa, Himalayas, and China. Shrub grows to 3 to 8 ft. tall and 2 1/2 to 6 ft. ...

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Arctotis

African Daisy

Arctotis

The name “African daisy“ can refer to any of several plants from southern Africa, and iden...

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Arctotis acaulis

African Daisy

Arctotis acaulis

Perennial in Zones 5–9, 14–24; annual anywhere. Spreading, stemless clumps of leaves to 1 ...

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African Daisy

Dimorphotheca

These free-blooming South African natives have daisy flowers, are unsurpassed for winter and spring co...

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Osteospermum fruticosum

African Daisy

Osteospermum fruticosum

Grows 6 to 12 in. tall, spreading rapidly by trailing, rooting stems; will cover a 2 to 4-ft.-wide cir...

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Dimorphotheca sinuata ‘Spring Flash Orange’, photo courtesy of Richard Shiell

African Daisy

Dimorphotheca sinuata

Best known of annual African daisies. To 4–12 in. high. Narrow leaves with a few teeth or shallow cuts...

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Osteospermum ecklonis, photo courtesy of Rob D. Brodman

AFRICAN DAISY

Osteospermum ecklonis

To 2–5 ft. tall, 2–4 ft. wide. Long stems bear 3-in. flowers with dark blue centers and rays that are ...

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