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Dianella tasmanica

Tasman flax lily, Tasmanian Flax Lily, Variegated Flax Lily, White Striped Tasmania Flax Lily

Native to Austrailia and Tasmania, this flax lily is an herbaceous perennial. The evergreen leaves can be green or variegated....

Dichorisandra thyrsiflora

blue ginger

Blue ginger is a shrub-like plant with smooth leaves that grow in spirally arranged whorls on a fleshy stem. The terminal...

Diospryos sandwicensis, D. hillebrandii

lama, `lama, Hawaiian ebony, Hawaiian persimmon

Lama makes a wonderful native specimen and is used in xeriscapes and habitat restoration. It is a very symbolic Hawaiian...

Dracaena draco

Dragon tree, kite tree, Canary islands dragon tree, drago

Prized as a horticultural curiosity, the dragon tree is long-lived and slow growing. The succulent tree starts out with a...

Dypsis decaryi

Triangle Palm

Native to Madagascar, the triangle palm is commonly cultivated.This low maintenance palm gets its common name from the triangle-shaped...

Enterolobium cyclocarpum

ear tree, earpod tree, elephant's ear, monkey ear

Native to the dry forests of Central America, Enterolobium cyclocarpum thrives in dry areas and is drought tolerant. Its...

Erythrina crista-galli

Cry Baby, Cockspur, Fireman's Cap Tree, Brazillian Coral Tree

This is a drought tolerant tree that fixes nitrogen and is low maintenance once established. The striking orange/red flowers...

Erythrina variegata

Tiger's Claw, East Indian Coralbean, East Indian Coral Tree, Sunshine Tree, Samoan Sunshine Tree

The highly useful tree has an enormous geographic distribution and is widely cultivated. Considered a botanical gem, the...

Etlingera venusta

Malay rose

Sometimes called the world's most beautiful ginger, this is a rare variety from Malaysia. It grows 1-2 feet tall, with pink...

Fagraea berteroana

Pua keni keni

A tree with thick green glossy leaves with yellowish/orangish fragrant flowers that are often in bloom. It can be left to...

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