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Murraya paniculata

Orange Jessamine

Murraya paniculata

Native to Southeast Asia. Open habit; fast grower to 6 to 15 ft. tall and wide. Good as hedge, filler,...

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Orange Mint

Mentha x piperita citrata

Known as orange mint (crushed leaves have slight orange flavor) or bergamot mint, this plant grows to ...

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Orchid Cactus

Epiphyllum hybrid

Growers use the name “epiphyllum“ to refer to a wide range of plants“both the genus ...

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Cistus x purpureus

Orchid Rockrose

Cistus x purpureus

Compact grower to 4 ft. tall and wide, often shorter and wider when subjected to constant ocean winds....

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Orchid tree

Bauhinia

These flamboyant flowering trees and shrubs have a very special place in Hawaii and mild-winter areas ...

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Oregano

Oregano

Origanum vulgare

Native to most of Europe and temperate Asia. Upright growth to 2 1/2 ft. tall, 2 to 3 ft. wide. Oval d...

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Oregon Ash

Fraxinus latifolia

Native to Sierra Nevada and west of the Cascades from Northern California to Bri­tish Columbia. To...

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Paxistima canbyi

Oregon Box

Paxistima canbyi

Native to mountains of eastern U.S. Slowly makes a mat to 1 ft. high, 3 to 5 ft.wide. Narrow, dark gre...

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Paxistima myrtifolia, photo courtesy of Mark Turner

Oregon Boxwood

Paxistima myrtifolia

Native to the mountains of the West. Dense plant of variable habit; may be nearly prostrate or as tall...

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Quercus garryana

Oregon White Oak

Quercus garryana

Native to California, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia. Slow to moderate growth to 40 to 90 ft. ta...

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Organpipe Cactus

Stenocereus thurberi

Native to Ariazona and Mexico. Columnar cactus branching from base (also from top, if injured) to form...

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Orienpets

Lilium OT hybrids

These heavy-stemmed lilies grow 3–5 ft. tall. They tolerate a little more heat and demand less w...

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