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Honey Locust

Gleditsia

Native to central and eastern North America. Fast growing to 35 to 70 ft. tall and 25 to 35 ft. wide, ...

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Gleditsia triacanthos

Honey Locust

Gleditsia triacanthos

Central and eastern North America. Fast growing to 35–70 ft. tall and 25–35 ft. wide, with...

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Honey Locust

Gleditsia triacanthos inermis

Central and eastern North America. This is a thornless form, and a better choice for gardens, normally...

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Prosopis glandulosa torreyana

Honey Mesquite

Prosopis glandulosa

Native to southwestern United States, Texas, and Mexico. Often multitrunked, this 30-ft. tree's bright...

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Honeysuckle (Lonicera)

Honeysuckle

Lonicera

Most honeysuckles are valued for their clustered or paired, often fragrant flowers. Blossoms are tubul...

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Bauhinia x blakeana

Hong Kong Orchid Tree

Bauhinia x blakeana

Umbrella like growth habit to 20 ft. high and wide. Flowers bloom from late fall to spring and are sha...

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Hoop petticoat daffodil

Narcissus bulbocodium

Stems to 6 in. tall bear small yellow flowers that are mostly trumpet, with almost threadlike perianth...

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Hop

Humulus

Extremely fast-growing perennial vines with large, deeply lobed, toothed leaves to 6 in. long are attr...

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Hop Bush

Dodonaea

Tough shrubs mostly from Australia, although the most common species, Dodonaea viscosa, is na...

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Hop Bush

Dodonaea viscosa

Native to many warmer regions, such as Arizona and Hawaii (where it is called ’a’ali&rsquo

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Hornbeam

Carpinus

Well-behaved, relatively small shade trees. Long life and good habits as street trees. Slow to moderat...

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Horsechestnut

Aesculus

Leaves are divided fanwise into large, toothed leaflets. Showy spring flowers, borne at ends of branch...

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