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Grevillea x gaudichaudii

Prostrate plant spreading 10 to 15 ft.wide. Lobed leaves resembling oak leaves are bronzy when they em...

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Grewia occidentalis

Grewia occidentalis

Lavender Starflower

Fast-growing, sprawling South African native can be used in various ways. Unstaked, it grows 6 to 10 f...

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Griselinia littoralis

Griselinia littoralis

A 50-ft. tree in New Zealand, but often seen as 10-ft.-high shrub of equal spread. Leaves roundish, to...

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Guava

Guava

Native to tropical America. Grows 25 ft. tall and nearly as wide, with strongly veined leaves to 6 in....

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Gunnera tinctoria

Gunnera tinctoria

From Chile. This is the most common species, with lobed, toothed, somewhat frilled leaf margins. Leave...

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Gymnocladus dioica, photo courtesy of Denver Botanic Gardens

Gymnocladus dioica

Kentucky Coffee Tree

Native to eastern U.S. Grows very fast to 8–10 ft., then slowly to 60–100 ft. tall and 45–50 ft. wide....

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Gypsophila cerastoides

Native to the Himalayas. Gray foliage forms a mat to 3 in. high and twice as broad; clustered flowers ...

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Gypsophila elegans

Native to Asia Minor, Caucasus, southern Ukraine. Upright grower to 1 1/2 ft. high and wide. Lance-sha...

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Gypsophila paniculata

Baby’s Breath

Native to central Asia, central and eastern Europe. This is the classic filler in bouquets. To 3 ft. o...

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Gypsophila repens

Gypsophila repens

Native  in alpine regions from central Europe east to central Asia. Grows 6 to 9 in. high, with t...

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