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Asplenium bulbiferum

Mother Fern

Asplenium bulbiferum

From Australia, New Zealand. Graceful, very finely cut light green fronds to 4 ft. tall. Plant grows a...

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Anacyclus pyrethrum depressus (photo courtesy of Mark Turner)

Mount Atlas Daisy

Anacyclus pyrethrum depressus

Native to North Africa and Spain. This little charmer slowly forms a dense, spreading mat of finely di...

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Mountain Ash

Sorbus

These natives of mountainous areas are valued for their showy flowers and showier fruit. Blossoms are ...

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Sorbus americana (photo courtesy of David Cavagnaro)

Mountain Ash

Sorbus americana

Tree or shrub, from eastern North America. Grows to 10–30 ft. tall and wide. Dark green leaves w...

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Mountain Avens

Dryas

These are hardy, choice plants for rock gardens. Evergreen or partially so and somewhat shrubby at the...

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Dryas octopetala (photo courtesy of David Cavagnaro)

Mountain avens

Dryas octopetala

Grows to 2–3 in. high and 3 ft. wide, with inch-long leaves and erect, 1 1/2-in. white flowers.

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Mountain Flax

Phormium cookianum

Leaves arch gracefully, drooping at the tips; they grow to 4–5 ft. long and 2 1/2–3 in. wi...

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Mountain Grevillea

Grevillea alpina

Highly variable in size and form. Among the most widely distributed is ‘East Grampians’, a...

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Mountain Hemlock

Tsuga mertensiana

Native to high mountains, from Alaska south through higher Sierra Nevada in California and to northern...

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Kalmia latifolia

Mountain Laurel

Kalmia

North American natives. Elegant flowering evergreen shrubs related to rhododendron, with somewhat simi...

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Kalmia latifolia

Mountain Laurel

Kalmia latifolia

Native to eastern North America. Slow growing to 6–8 ft. or taller, with equal spread. Glossy, l...

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Mountain Mahogany

Cercocarpus

Natives of Western American mountains and foothills. Several have a most attractive open structure and...

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