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Walnut (Black)

Black walnut

Native to eastern North America. High-branched tree to about 100 ft. tall, 70 ft. wide, with round cro...

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Walnut (English)

English Walnut

The species described here, English walnut (Juglans regia), is a widely grown orchard plant n...

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Washingtonia filifera

Washingtonia filifera

California Fan Palm

To 60 ft. tall, 20 ft. wide, with thicker trunk than W. robusta. Long-stalked, 3–6-ft.,...

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Washingtonia robusta

Mexican Fan Palm

To 100 ft. tall, 10 ft. wide; trunk is slightly curved or bent, slimmer than that of W. filifera. Head...

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Watsonia pillansii, photo courtesy of Saxon Holt/PhotoBotanic

Watsonia pillansii

Blooms in midsummer,with slightly branched, 3 1/2-ft. stems bearing 3-in., brightreddish apricot flowe...

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Watsonia borbonica

Watsonia pyramidata

Deciduous. Blooms in late spring, bearing 2 1/2 -in. flowers in pink, rosy red, or white on 4–6-...

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Weigela coraeensis

White Weigela

To 12–15 ft. tall and wide, with leaves to 6 in. long. Flowers are 1/2 in. long, white or light ...

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Weigela florida

Weigela florida

Fast growth to 6–10 ft. tall, 9–12 ft. wide, with branches often arching to the ground. Le...

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Weigela hybrid

These are hybrids between W. florida,W. praecox, and other species. They generally g...

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Westringia fruticosa

Westringia fruticosa

Coast Rosemary

Spreading, rather loose growth to 3–6 ft. tall, 5–10 ft. wide. Medium green to gray-green ...

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Wisteria floribunda

Wisteria floribunda

Japanese Wisteria

Leaves are 12–16 in. long, divided into 15–19 leaflets. Fragrant, 1/2 -ft. clusters of vio...

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Wisteria sinensis

Wisteria sinensis

Chinese Wisteria

The most common wisteria in the West. Leaves are 10–12 in. long, divided into 7–13 leaflet...

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