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Mindanao Gum

Eucalyptus deglupta

This fast-growing, erect tree from the the jungles of Indonesia, Philippines, and New Guinea reaches 7...

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Miniature rose

Rosa (Miniature)

These are perfect replicas of hybrid teas and floribundas, but plant size is 1– 1 ½ ft. t...

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Miniature Tall Bearded Iris

Iris hybrid (Miniature Tall Bearded)

These grow to 15–28 in. high and flower with tall beardeds, usualy in May. Their small flowers a...

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Mint

Mentha

These Mediterranean natives spread rapidly by underground stems and can be quite invasive; to keep the...

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Mint Bush

Prostanthera

Australian natives with minty smelling foliage and an enormous profusion of small flowers, usually in ...

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Coprosma repens

Mirror Plant

Coprosma repens

Rapid growth to 10 ft. tall, 6 ft. wide; much lower and more compact when subjected to seacoast condit...

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Mission Bells

Fritillaria biflora

California native grows 6–16 in. high, with one to six brownish, 1 1/2-in. bells on each blossom stalk...

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Philadelphus ‘Belle Etoile’

Mock Orange

Philadelphus

Prized for their white or cream-colored, usually fragrant flowers that bloom in late spring or early s...

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Mock Orange

Philadelphus ‘Belle Etoile’

This popular deciduous shrub grows to 5–6 ft. tall and 8 ft. wide. Fringed, maroon-centered, sin...

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Mock Orange

Philadelphus microphyllus

Deciduous shrub from southwestern U.S. and Mexico. Grows to 4–5 ft. tall and wide (often smaller...

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Mock Orange

Philadelphus ‘Natchez’

This deciduous shrub grows to 8–10 ft. tall and wide. Very showy in bloom, when branches are cov...

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Ophiopogon japonicus

Mondo Grass

Ophiopogon japonicus

Native to Japan and Korea. Forms a dense clump to 6–8 in. high; spreads by underground stems, ma...

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