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Papaver somniferum

Opium Poppy

Believed to have originated in southeastern Europe and western Asia. To 4 ft. tall. Hairless gray-gree...

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Parahebe catarractae 'Alba', photo courtesy of Joshua McCullough/PhytoPhoto

Parahebe catarractae

From New Zealand. To 1 ft. high, 2 ft. wide, with narrow dark green leaves. Flowers are white with blu...

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Parkinsonia aculeata

Parkinsonia aculeata

Mexican Palo Verde

Native to southwestern U.S., Mexico. Rapid growth at first, then slowing; eventually reaches 15 to 30 ...

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Parkinsonia floridum

Blue Palo Verde

Native to the deserts of Southern California, Arizona, and Baja California. In gardens, it grows fast ...

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Parkinsonia microphyllum

Littleleaf Palo Verde

Native to Sonoran Desert of Southern California, Arizona, Baja California. Grows to 20 ft. high and wi...

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Parrotia persica

Parrotia persica

Persian Parrotia

Native to Iran. Slow growing to 15–35 ft. tall and wide; naturally multistemmed but can be train...

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Parthenocissus quinquefolia

Parthenocissus quinquefolia

Virginia Creeper

Native to the eastern United States. Big, vigorous vine that clings or runs over ground, fences, trell...

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Parthenocissus tricuspidata

Parthenocissus tricuspidata

Boston Ivy

Native to China, Japan. This vine is semievergreen in mildwinter areas, can grow at least 50 ft.. This...

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Paspalum vaginatum

Paspalum vaginatum

Seashore Paspalum

Native to southeastern U.S. Makes an attractive lawn near coast; tolerates salty soil, heat, wear. Col...

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Passiflora caerulea

Passiflora caerulea

Blue Crown Passion Flower

This vine climbs 20 to 30 ft.. Its five-lobed leaves are smaller than the 3-in. leaves of Passiflo...

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Passion fruit, photo courtesy of Susanne Kischnick/Alamy

Passiflora edulis

Known botanically as Passifloraedulis, this vigorous South American native climbs by tendrils...

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Passiflora x belotii

Hybrid between P. caerulea and P. alata. Among the best-known, most widely planted p...

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