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Chamaecyparis pisifera ‘Cyano-Viridis’ (photo courtesy of Linda Lamb Peters)

Chamaecyparis pisifera

Sawara False Cypress

Japanese native to 20–30 ft., rarely seen except in its garden varieties. Silvery blue-green &ls...

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Chamaedorea elegans (photo courtesy of David Cavagnaro)

Chamaedorea elegans

Parlor Palm

Single-stemmed species. Outdoors, grows 6–10 ft. tall and 3–6 ft. wide. Often called parlo...

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Chamaemelum nobile (photo courtesy of Thomas J. Story)

Chamaemelum nobile

Roman Chamomile

Native to West Europe, Azores, and North Africa. Soft-textured, spreading, 3–12-in.-high mat of ...

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Chamaerops humilis (photo courtesy of Linda Lamb Peters)

Chamaerops humilis

Mediterranean Fan Palm

Probably one of the hardiest palms; has survived brief (but not prolonged) temperature drops to 0°...

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Chamelaucium uncinatum (photo courtesy of San Marcos Growers)

Chamelaucium uncinatum

Geraldton Waxflower

Australian evergreen shrub that is sometimes sold as Chamelaucium ciliatum. Needlelike bright...

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Chamerion angustifolium (photo courtesy of Annie’s Annuals & Perennials)

Chamerion angustifolium

Fireweed

This tall, pinkish purple wildflower forms colonies along northern roadsides and in burned-over areas,...

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Chasmanthe floribunda (photo courtesy of Joshua McCullough/PhytoPhoto)

Chasmanthe floribunda

Unbranched and once-branched spikes bear blossoms along both sides; each spike carries 12–28 flo...

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Chasmanthium latifolium ‘River Mist’ (photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.)

Chasmanthium latifolium

Sea Oats

Clumps of broad, bamboolike leaves support 2–5-ft. flowering stems in summer; they carry showers...

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Chenopodium ambrosioides

Epazote

Strongly scented leaves to 5 in. long, deeply toothed. Sometimes grown or collected roadside as season...

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Chenopodium quinoa (photo courtesy of Mark Turner)

Chenopodium quinoa

Quinoa

Pronounced KEEN-wa, quinoa grows to 5 ft. tall and produces dense flower and seed clusters. A traditio...

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‘Meteor’ sour cherry (photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.)

Cherry, Sour

Sour Cherry

Also known as pie cherry, this species is of uncertain origin. These are spreading trees to 20 ft. tal...

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‘Craig’s Crimson’ sweet cherry (photo courtesy of Mike Tomlinson/Dave Wilson Nursery)

Cherry, Sweet

Mazzard Cherry

Native to Eurasia, this species has given rise to the most common market-type cherries.

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