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Argemone polyanthemos, photo courtesy of Charles Mann

Prickly Poppy

Argemone polyanthemos

Western native with white, 2 1/2–4-in. flowers.

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Pride of California

Lathyrus splendens

Native to chaparral in San Diego County and adjacentBaja California. Grows to 8–10 ft. Each stem bears...

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Echium candicans

Pride Of Madeira

Echium candicans

From Madeira, as its common name indicates. Large, picturesque plant to 5–6 ft. tall, 6–10...

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Primrose

Primrose

Primula

Most primroses are native to the Himalayas and cool regions of southeast Asia and Europe.

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Primula obconica, photo courtesy of Photolibrary

Primrose

Primula obconica

Grows to to 1 ft. high and wide. Perennial, but besttreated as annual. Soft, hairy,roundish leaves hav...

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Lagunaria patersonii

Primrose Tree

Lagunaria patersonii

Native to South Pacific and Australia. Rather fast growth to 20–50 ft. Young trees narrow and er...

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Tibouchina urvilleana

Princess Flower

Tibouchina urvilleana

The only species widely available. Fast, rather open growth to 5–18 ft. tall, 3–10 ft. wid...

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Pringle's Aster

Aster pilosus pringlei

Eastern U.S. native known in cultivation through its variety ‘Monte Cassino‘, a familiar f...

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Privet

Ligustrum

Most widely used as hedges, though one type is a street tree; can also be clipped into formal shapes a...

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Pummelo

Citrus (Pummelo)

A vigorous grower, reaching 15 to 30 ft. tall, with 4 to 8 in. leaves. This forerunner of the grapefru...

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'Small Sugar' pumpkin

Pumpkin

Pumpkin

Thought to have originated in South America; related to squash, gourd, melon. Pumpkins are available i...

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Allamanda blanchetii 'Cherries Jubilee', photo courtesy of Bob Wigand

Purple Allamanda

Allamanda blanchetii

Shrubby grower to 6–10 ft. tall and wide, often with a few vining stems. Leaves are somewhat downy. Ro...

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