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Quail Bush

Atriplex lentiformis

Native to alkaliwastes in California valleys anddeserts and east to Nevada,Utah, Arizona, and New Mexi...

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Quail Bush

Atriplex lentiformis breweri

Native to California coastsouth of San Francisco bayand to Channel Islands. Resembles A. lentiform...

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Quaking Aspen

Populus tremuloides

Native throughout mountains of the West, at elevations to 9,000 ft. Generally performs poorly or grows...

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Syagrus romanzoffianum

Queen Palm

Syagrus romanzoffianum

Brazilian native to 50 ft. tall, 20 to 25 ft. wide, with exceptionally straight trunk. Arching, glossy...

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Queen Victoria Agave

Agave victoriae-reginae

Clumps grow slowly to only 12–18 in. across. The many dark green leaves are 6 in. long, 2 in. wi...

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Billbergia nutans, photo courtesy of San Marcos Growers

Queen's Tears

Billbergia nutans

Common and easily grown.Narrow, spiny green leaves are1 1/2 ft. long. Spikes of rosy redbracts; droopi...

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Brachychiton discolor, photo courtesy of Joshua McCullough/PhytoPhoto

Queensland Lacebark

Brachychiton discolor

Briefly deciduous. To 40–60 ft. tall; pyramidal in youth but more spreading (toabout 30 ft.) in maturi...

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Queensland Pittosporum

Pittosporum rhombifolium

From Australia. Grows slowly to 15–35 ft. tall, 12–25 ft.wide. Rich green, glossy, nearly ...

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Queen’s wreath

Petrea volubilis

Woody vine native to Mexico, Central America, and the West Indies. Twines to 20–40 ft. but can e...

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Quince

Quince

Grows slowly, 10 to 24 ft. tall and wide, with gnarled, twisted branches that look attractive in winte...

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Chenopodium quinoa, photo courtesy of Mark Turner

Quinoa

Chenopodium quinoa

Pronounced KEEN-wa, quinoa grows to 5 ft. tall and produces dense flower and seed clusters. A traditio...

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