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Ugni molinae (photo courtesy of Andrea Jones/Garden Exposures Photo Library)

Ugni molinae

Chilean Guava

South American native grown for its foliage, flowers, and fruit. Slow to moderate growth to 3&nd...

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Ulmus americana

American Elm

Native to eastern North America. This majestic, arching deciduous tree once graced lawns and streets t...

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Ulmus hybrids

Elm

Many institutions have been carrying on breeding experiments involving various elms to produce trees r...

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Ulmus parvifolia

Ulmus parvifolia

Chinese Elm

Semievergreen or deciduous, according to winter temperatures and the individual tree’s heredity....

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Ulmus pumila

Siberian Elm

Deciduous, native to Russia and northern China. Grows to 50 ft. tall and 40 ft. wide. Smooth dark gree...

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Umbellularia californica

Umbellularia californica

California Laurel

Native to California and Oregon. In the wild, form varies. On windy hillsides near the coast, it is a ...

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Uncinia rubra

Uncinia rubra

Red Hook Sedge

Grassy perennial from the mountains of New Zealand. Stiff, narrow, slightly arching leaves form a tuft...

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Ungnadia speciosa (photo courtesy of Karl Gercens III)

Ungnadia speciosa

Mexican Buckeye

Useful small tree for desert areas. Native to western Texas, southern New Mexico, and northeastern Mex...

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Ursinia anethoides ‘Solar Fire’ (photo courtesy of Annie’s Annuals & Perennials)

Ursinia anethoides

Fast-growing, bushy plant from the Cape region of South Africa. Grows to 15 in. high and wide, with ve...

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