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Monterey Manzanita

Arctostaphylos hookeri

Native to Monterey, California. Slowly forms a dense mound 1 1/2–4 ft. tall, spreading to 6 ft. ...

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Monterey Pine

Pinus radiata

From the central coast of California. Very fast growth to 80–100 ft. tall and 25–35 ft. wi...

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Moonlight Primrose

Primula alpicola

Grows to 20 in. high and 1 ft. wide. Elliptical, to 4 in. long, wrinkled, medium green leaves. Cluster...

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Molinia caerulea

Moor Grass

Molinia caerulea

Native to moist places from the British Isles to Siberia and south to the Caucasus and Turkey; resents...

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Moor Grass

Sesleria

Tufted evergreen to semievergreen perennial grasses from the hills and mountains of southeastern Europ...

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Castanospermum australe

Moreton Bay Chestnut

Castanospermum australe

Native to Australia. Beautiful in foliage; spectacular in flower. To 50–60 ft. tall, nearly as w...

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Morning Flag

Orthrosanthus

These Sisyrinchium relatives have dark green, grasslike leaves arising from short, woody rhiz...

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Orthrosanthus multiflorus (photo courtesy of Annie’s Annuals & Perennials)

Morning Flag

Orthrosanthus multiflorus

Clumps reach 1–2 ft. high and 1 ft. wide. Smooth-edged leaves. Pale to bright blue flowers are a...

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Morning Glory

Ipomoea tricolor

Vigorous-growing annual to 10–15 ft., with large, heart-shaped leaves. Showy, funnel-shaped to b...

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Rhodanthemum hosmariense (photo courtesy of Howard Rice/Garden Picture Library/Photolibrary)

Moroccan Daisy

Rhodanthemum hosmariense

This native of the Atlas Mountains has been included in ChrysanthemumLeucanthemum

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Moss Pink

Phlox subulata

From eastern the U.S. Forms a mat to 6 in. high and 1 1/2 ft. or wider, with creeping stems clothed in...

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Phalaenopsis ungu (photo courtesy of Joshua McCullough/PhytoPhoto)

Moth Orchid

Phalaenopsis

These tropical orchids have thick, broad, leathery leaves and no pseudobulbs. Leaves are flat, to 1 ft...

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