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Candelilla

Euphorbia antisyphilitica

Native to southwestern U.S., Mexico. Erect plant to 3 ft. high, spreading by underground stems. Cylind...

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Iberis ‘Absolutely Amethyst’ (photo courtesy of Kimberley Navabpour)

Candytuft

Iberis

Free-blooming plants from southern and western Europe with clusters of white, lavender, lilac, pink, r...

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Dypsis lutescens (photo courtesy of Doreen L. Wynja)

Cane Palm

Dypsis lutescens

This clumping palm has slender yellowish trunks, yellow-green leaves, and clusters of golden yellow fr...

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Canna ‘Tropicanna’ (photo courtesy of Laura Dunkin-Hubby)

Canna

Canna hybrids

Clumps grow 2–8 ft. tall, with large, lance-shaped leaves that are often colored red or variegat...

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Campanula medium (photo courtesy of Annie’s Annuals & Perennials)

Canterbury Bell

Campanula medium

Sturdy, hairy, leafy, with erect stems 2 1/2–4 ft. tall, 1 ft. wide. Lance-shaped, wavy-edg...

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Caryota ochlandra

Canton Fishtail Palm

Caryota ochlandra

Southeast Asia. Will probably reach 25 ft. and spread half as wide. Medium dark green leaves. It has s...

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Canyon Live Oak

Quercus chrysolepis

Handsome, round-headed or somewhat spreading evergreen tree to 20–60 ft. tall and wide. Bark is ...

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Cape Aloe

Aloe ferox

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

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Calodendrum capense (photo courtesy of Claire Curran)

Cape Chestnut

Calodendrum capense

Native to South Africa. Slow growing to 25–40 ft. tall and wide, with light to medium green, ova...

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Cape Cowslip

Lachenalia

Grow these South African bulbs for the spikes of tubular, hyacinthlike blossoms that appear at the top...

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Lachenalia aliodes ‘Aurea’ (photo courtesy of Gerry Whitmont/Garden Picture Library/Photolibrary)

Cape Cowslip

Lachenalia aloides

Stems to 10–12 in. high, with yellow flowers tipped in red and green. Inch-wide leaves. ‘P...

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Cape Fuchsia

Phygelius

From South Africa. Woody-based perennials that die to the ground in cold climates, remain shrubby in m...

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