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Common Name | Botanical Name

Bamboo

Bambusa

Though some grow as tall as trees, all bamboos are actually grasses. Plants consist of woody stems (cu...

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Bamboo Muhly Grass

Muhlenbergia dumosa

Native to Arizona, Mexico. To 3 to 6 ft. high and wide. Resembles bamboo, with slender, woody stems se...

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Banana Shrub

Michelia figo

China. Slow growing to 6–8 ft. high (possibly to 15 ft. tall) and about two-thirds as wide. Dens...

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Banana Yucca

Yucca baccata

From southwesternU.S., Mexico. Slow to 3 ft.high, 5 ft. wide. Foliage clumpmay have no stem or several...

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Barberry

Berberis

These dense, spiny-stemmed plants, especially the deciduous species, tolerate climate and soil extreme...

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Barrel Cactus

Echinocactus

Numerous kinds of large, cyclindrical cacti with prominent ribs and stout thorns. Many are native to t...

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Barrel Cactus

Ferocactus

Medium to large cacti. Ribbed and formidably spiny; globular when young, cylindrical with increasing a...

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Baseball Plant

Euphorbia obesa

Succulent perennial in Zone 24, or indoor/outdoor plant. South African native forms a solid, fleshy, g...

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Ocimum basilicum

Basil

Ocimum basilicum

From tropical and subtropical Asia. Somewhat bushy plant to 2 ft. tall and 1 ft. wide, with green, shi...

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Aurinia saxatilis

Basket-of-Gold

Aurinia saxatilis

Mustard relative native to mountains of central and southern Europe, Turkey. Gray leaves (sometim...

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Cuphea llavea , photo courtesy of Proven Winners

Bat-faced Cuphea

Cuphea llavea

To 2–3 ft. tall, 3 ft. wide. Leaves to 3 in. long. red-and-purple, 1 1/2-in.-long flowers are said to ...

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Bayberry

Myrica pensylvanica

Native to coastal eastern North America. Dense, compact growth to 9 ft. tall, 5 to 12 ft. wide. Narrow...

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