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Q U E RC U S S H U M A R D I I
S H U M A R D ’ S R E D OA K
BOTA N I C A L P RO N U N C I ATI O N : k we r - K U S s h o o - M A R - d e e - i D E C I D U O U S / E V E RG R E E N : COL D HA RDI N ESS Z O NES: LIGHT NEEDS: WAT E R N EED S: AV E R AG E L A NDSC APE SI Z E: GROW TH RATE: G ROW TH H AB I T : F LOW E R AT T R I B U T E S : FRUIT: S P E C I A L F E ATU R E S : DECIDUOUS 6 - 9 FULL SUN ONCE E STA BL ISHED, NE EDS ONLY OCC A S I ON A L WATERI N G TO 40 TO 60 FT. HIGH, 40 TO 50 FT. WI D E MODERATE P YRAMIDA L I N CON S P I C U O U S 3/4” TO 1” ACORNS FA L L COLO R , WAT E RWI S E

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TREES

POND CYPR E SS

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TAXOD I UM A SCEND ENS
PO ND C Y P RE S S
BOTA N I C A L P RO N U N C I ATI O N : t a x - o h - D E E - u m a - S E N - d e n s D E C I D U O U S / E V E RG R E E N : COL D HA RDI N ESS Z O NES: LIGHT NEEDS: WATER NEEDS: AV E R AG E L A NDSC APE SI Z E: GROW TH RATE: G ROW TH HA BI T: F LOW E R ATT R I B U T E S : SP E C I A L FEATURES: F O L I AG E COLO R: D E C I D U O U S CON I F E R 5 - 9 FULL SUN MODERATE TO LOW 50 TO 70 FT. HIGH, 15 TO 20 FT. WIDE SLOW TO MODERATE N A RROWLY CONI C A L I N CON S P I C U O U S VIBRANT FOL IAG E BRIGHT GRE EN

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TREES

C H I N E S E P I STAC H E

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PIS TAC IA C H INENSIS
C H I N E S E P I STAC H E
BOTA NI C A L P RONU N CI ATI ON: pis-TAY-shi-a chi-NEN-sis D E C I D U O U S / E V E RG R E E N : COL D HA RDI N ESS Z O NES: LIGHT NEEDS: WAT E R N EED S: AV E R AG E L A NDSC APE SI Z E: GROW TH RATE: G ROW T H H A B I T : F LOW E R AT T R I B U T E S : SP E C I A L FEATURES: FLOWER COLOR: B LO O M S : F O L I AG E COLO R: DECIDUOUS 6 - 9 FULL SUN ONCE E STA BL ISHED, NE EDS ONLY OCC A S I ON A L WATERI N G 30 TO 35 FT. HIGH, 25 TO 35 FT. WIDE MODERATE SPREADING S M A L L PA N I C L E S , N OT S H OWY DRAMATIC FOL IAGE , DE ER RE SISTA NT, S HOWY FRU I T, WATERWI S E GREEN SPRING DA RK GRE EN

C A RE INFORMATION FOLLOW A REGULAR WATERING SCHEDULE DURING THE FIRST GROWING SEASON TO ESTABLISH A DEEP, EXTENSIVE ROOT SYSTEM. WATERING CAN BE REDUCED AFTER ESTABLISHMENT. FEED WITH A GENERAL PURPOSE FERTILIZER BEFORE NEW GROWTH BEGINS IN SPRING. PRUNING TIME: WINTER. HISTORY THIS IS NOT THE PISTACHE OF COMMERCE BUT AN ORNAMENTAL TREE NATIVE TO CHINA WHERE IT IS LITTLE USED EXCEPT IN THE TRADITIONAL PHARMACOPOEIA. THE GENUS WAS CLASSIFIED BY LINNAEUS WHO NAMED IT FROM THE ANCIENT PERSIAN NAME FOR ITS NUTS, PISTA. THERE ARE ABOUT NINE EVERGREEN AND DECIDUOUS SPECIES BUT ONLY TWO ARE CULTIVATED, P. VERA AS A NUT CROP AND P CHINENSIS. THE LATTER WAS CLASSIFIED BY ALEXANDER VON BUNGE, 1803-1890, A RUSSIAN PHYSICIAN AND BOTANIST. PLANTS DID NOT REACH THE WEST UNTIL FRANK L. MEYER, WORKING IN ASIA FOR THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE INTRODUCED IT IN 1921. THIS SPECIES IS OFTEN USED AS A ROOTSTOCK ONTO WHICH P. VERA IS GRAFTED. THEY ARE DIOECIOUS WITH MALES PREFERRED AS FEMALE PLANTS PRODUCE LITTER OF HARD SEEDS. LORE THIS SPECIES IS OFTEN USED AS A ROOTSTOCK ONTO WHICH P. VERA IS GRAFTED. THEY ARE DIOECIOUS WITH MALES PREFERRED AS FEMALE PLANTS PRODUCE LITTER OF HARD SEEDS.

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TREES

R IV E R BIRC H

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BET U L A NI G RA ‘DURA H E AT’
RIVER BIRC H
BOTA NI C A L P RONU N CI ATI ON: far-GEES-ee-ya ro-BUS-ta D E C I D U O US/ EVERGREEN: COL D HA RDI N ESS Z O NES: L I G HT N E ED S: WATER NEEDS: AV E R AG E L A N D S C A P E S I Z E : GROW TH RATE: G ROW T H H A B I T : S P ECI A L FEATU RES : F O L I AG E COLO R: EVE RGRE EN 7 - 9 SUN OR SHA DE N EEDS MODERATE WATERING BUT TOLERATES SOME DROUGHT 1 0 TO 1 6 F T. H I G H , C LU M P I N G MODERATE SPREADING TALL, SLENDER CULMS, SEMI-PERSISTENT CULM SHEATHS DA RK GRE EN

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TREES

BUR OA K

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Q U E RC U S M AC RO C A R PA
BUR OA K
BOTA N I C A L P RO N U N C I ATI O N : K W E R K- u s m a ck- ro e - K A R - p u h D E C I D U O U S / E V E RG R E E N : COL D HA RDI N ESS Z O NES: LIGHT NEEDS: WATER NEEDS: AV E R AG E L A NDSC APE SI Z E: G ROW TH RAT E: G ROW T H H A B I T : SP E C I A L FEATURES: F O L I AG E COLO R: DECIDUOUS 3 - 7 FULL SUN NEEDS WET OR CONSTA NTLY MOIST S OI L . 70-90 FEET TA L L , 60 TO 80 FEET WIDE. ME DIUM ROU N D ; S P R E A D I N G ATTRACTIVE ACORNS, UNIFORM CROWN GRE EN

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TREES

L ACE BA R K E LM

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U L M U S PARV I F O L I A ‘AL L E E ’
L AC E BA RK E L M
BOTA NI C A L P RONU N CI ATI ON: ULL-mus par-vi-FOH-li-a D E C I D U O US/ EVERGREEN: COL D HA RDI N ESS Z O NES: LIGHT NEEDS: WAT E R N E E D S : AV E R AG E L A NDSC APE SI Z E: G ROW TH RAT E: G ROW T H H A B I T : S P E C I A L F E ATU R E S : F O L I AG E COLO R: SE MI-E VE RG RE EN 6 -9 FULL SUN N E E D S R E G U L A R WAT E R I N G - W E E K LY, OR MORE OFTEN IN EXTREME HEAT. FA ST GROWE R TO 30 TO 35 FT. TA L L , 40 TO 45 FT. WIDE. FA ST ROU N D , W E E P I N G E A SY C A R E , FA L L COLO R , Y E A R - RO U N D I NTEREST GRE EN

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AV

AGAV E H AVAR D II
S I ZE: B LO O M S :

AF

AGAV E TOU M E YA N A VAR . B E L L A
M IN IATURE CEN T URY PL ANT
SIZE: B LO O M S : 6”-12 ” HIG H, 1 2 ”- 1 8 ” W ID E L AT E W I N T E R - M I D S P R I N G

H AVA RD ’S C E N T U RY PL A N T
1 2 ” -1 8 ” HI GH, 18”-24” WIDE L AT E S P R I N G - M I D S U M M E R

SHRU BS

AL

AGAV E LOPHANTHA
S I ZE: B LOO MS :

HP

HESPERALOE PARV IFLORA
RED YUCC A
SIZE: BLOOMS: 3 ’- 4 ’ HIG H, 2 ’- 3 ’ W ID E M ID SUM M E R

THORN CRESTED AGAV E
1 2 ” -1 8 ” HI GH, 9”-18” WIDE L ATE WINTER - MID FA LL

AM

AGAV E ‘MR. RIPPLE’
M R . R I P P L E ’ S AGAV E
S I ZE: BLO O MS : 3 ’-4 ’ HIGH, 4’-6’ WIDE INFREQUENT

LF

LEUCOPHYLLUM FRUTESCENS
D E L R I O T E X A S SAG E / C E N I Z O
SIZE: BLOOMS: 3’- 4 ’ H IG H, 2 ’- 3 ’ W ID E MID SUM M E R - E A R LY FA L L

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MY

MYRIC A CERIFERA
WA X M Y RTL E
S I ZE: B LO O M S : 6’-8’ HIGH, 4’-5’ WIDE L AT E S P R I N G

SL

SALV IA LEUC ANTHA
M E X I C A N B U S H SAG E
S I ZE: B LOO MS : 3’-4’ HIGH, 3’-4’ WIDE MID-SUMMER

YA

Y U C C A A R K A N SA N A
YUCC A
S I ZE: B LO O M S : 2’-3’ HIGH, 2’-3’ WIDE MID SPRING

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AV

ANDROPOGON VIRG INICUS
B ROOM S E D GE B LU E STE M
S I ZE: BLO O MS : 3 ’-6 ’ HIGH, 3’-4’ WIDE L ATE S UMMER - EARLY FA LL

MA

MISC ANTHUS SINENSIS ‘ADAGIO’
A DAG I O S I LV E RG R A S S
SIZE: BLOOMS: 3’- 4 ’ H IG H, 3 ’- 4 ’ W ID E L ATE SUM M E R - E A R LY FA L L

GRASSES

EC

E R AG ROS TI S C U RV U L A
W E E P I N G LOV E G R A S S
S I ZE: BLO O MS : 2 ’-3 ’ HIGH, 3’-4’ WIDE MI D S UMMER - L ATE SUMMER

MC

MUHLENBERG IA C APILL ARIS
G U L F M U H LY
SIZE: BLOOMS: 3 ’- 4 ’ HIG H, 3 ’- 4 ’ W ID E L ATE SUM M E R - E A R LY FA L L

MS

MISC ANTHUS SINENSIS
S I LV E RG R A S S
S I ZE: BLO O MS : 3 ’-4 ’ HIGH, 3’-4’ WIDE L ATE S UMMER - EARLY FA LL

ML

MUHLENBERG IA LINDHEIMERI
LIN D H EIM ER M UH LY
SIZE: BLOOMS: 3 ’- 4 ’ H IG H, 3 ’4 ’ W ID E MI D SUM M E R - L AT E FA L L

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MR

MUHLENBERG IA REVERC HONII
S E E P M U H LY
S I ZE: BLO O MS : 1 8 ”-24” HIGH. 2’-3’ WIDE L AT E SUMMER - EARLY FA LL

SS

SETARIA SC HEELEI
SIZE: B LO O M S

S OUT H W EST ER N BR I STLEG R ASS
2 ’- 4 ’ HIG H, 2 ’- 3 ’ W ID E S P R I N G - FA L L

NT

NASSELL A TENUISSIMA
M E XI C A N FE ATH E R GRA S S
S I ZE: B LO O M S : 1 8 ” -2 4” HIGH, 18”-24” WIDE L AT E S P R I N G - M I D S U M M E R

SM

SORG HAS TRU M NUTANS
INDIAN GRASS
SIZE: BLOOMS: 5 ’- 6 ’ HIG H, 1 8 ” W ID E L AT E SUM M E R - E A R LY FA L L

PA
S I ZE:

POA ARAC HNIFERA
T E X A S B LU E G R A S S
2’-3’ HIGH, 1’-2’ WIDE SPRING

B LO O M S :

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AY

MILLEFOLIUM

DI

AC H I L L E A YA R ROW

DIETES IRIDIOIDES
A FRIC A N IRIS
SIZE: B LO O M S : 24”-36 ” H IG H,1 8 ”- 2 4 ” W ID E L AT E S P R I N G - M I D S U M M E R

PE RE N N I A LS

S I ZE: B LO O M S :

1 8 ” -2 4 ” HI GH, 18”-24” WIDE L AT E S P R I N G - E A R LY FA L L

AB

A S T E R O B LON G I F O L I U S
FA L L A ST E R
S I ZE: BLO O MS : 1 2 ” -1 8 ” HI GH, 18”-24” WIDE L ATE S UMMER - EARLY FA LL

EP

E C H I N AC E A P U R P U R E A
P URP LE CON EFLOW ER
SIZE: BLOOMS:

18”-24 ” HIG H, 1 8 ”- 2 4 ” W ID E MID SUM M E R - M ID FA L L

CG

COREOPSIS GRANDIFLORA
CORE OPS I S
S I ZE: B LO O M S : 1 8 ” -2 4 ” HI GH, 18”-24” WIDE L AT E S P R I N G - E A R LY FA L L

EH
SIZE:

EQUISETUM HYEMALE
H ORS ETA IL REED
2’-3’ H IG H, 2 ’- 3 ’ W ID E

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EG

E U PATOR I U M G R E G G I I
S I LV E R M I ST
S I ZE: B LOO MS : 1 2 ” - 1 8” HIGH,18”-24” WIDE SUMMER - FA LL

MP

MEL AMPODIUM LEUC ANTHUM
BL AC KFOOT DA ISY
SIZE: BLOOMS: 6 ”- 1 2 ” HIG H, 1 2 ”- 1 8 ” W ID E L AT E W INT E R - M ID SUM M E R

LM

L AN TA N A M O N T E V I D E N S I S
T R A I L I N G L A N TA N A
S I ZE: B LO O M S : 6 ” - 12” HIGH,18”-24” WIDE S P R I N G - FA L L

RS

PEROVS KIA ATRIPLICIFOLIA
RU S S I A N SAG E
SIZE: B LO O M S : 2 ’- 3 ’ HIG H, 2 ’- 3 ’ W ID E L AT E S P R I N G - M I D FA L L

LS

LIATRIS SPIC ATA
B L A Z I N G STA R
S I ZE: BLO O MS : 1 8 ” -3 6” HIGH, 18”-24”’ WIDE MID SUMMER - EARLY FA LL

PP

PHLOX PILOSA
P R A I R I E P H LOX
SIZE: B LO O M S : 1 2 ”- 2 4 ” HIG H, 1 8 ”- 2 4 ” W ID E MID SPRING

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PV

P H YS O S T E G I A V I RG I N I A N A
OB E D I E N T PL A N T

SG

SALV IA GREGGII
G R E G G ’ S SA LV I A
SIZE: BLOOMS:

PE RE N N I A LS

S I ZE: BLO O MS :

2 ’-3 ’ HIGH, 2’-3’ WIDE L ATE S UMMER - L ATE FA LL

18” - 2 4 ” H IG H, 2 ’- 3 ’ W ID E M ID SUM M E R - W INT E R

RF

RU D B EC KIA F U LG IDA
B L AC K E Y E D S U SA N
S I ZE: BLO O MS : 1 8 ” -2 4 ” HI GH, 18”-24” WIDE MI D S UMMER - MID FA LL

SK

SCUTELL ARIA SUFFRUTESCENS
T E X A S S K U L LC A P
SIZE: B LO O M S : 12-18 ” H IG H, 1 8 ”- 2 4 ” W ID E L AT E S P R I N G - M I D FA L L

SF

SALV IA FAR IN AC EA
M E A LY B LU E SAG E
S I ZE: B LO O M S : 1 8 ” -2 4 ” HI GH , 18”-24” WIDE M I D S P R I N G - E A R LY FA L L

VB

V E R B E N A B I P I N N ATI F I DA
PRAIRIE VERBENA
SIZE: B LO O M S : 12”-18” H IG H, 2 4 ”- 3 6 ” W ID E L AT E S P R I N G - E A R LY FA L L

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PL ANTING KEY

SHRU BS
AH AL AM AF AGAV E HAVAR D I I H A RVA R D ’ S C E N T U RY P L A N T AGAV E LOPHANTHA THORN CRESTED AGAV E AGAV E ‘MR. RIPPLE’ M R . R I P P L E ’ S AGAV E AGAV E TOU M E YA N A VAR . B E L L A M I NI ATU R E C ENTU RY PL ANT

EC

H P HE S PE R ALOE PARV I F LOR A RE D Y U C C A L F L E U CO P H Y L LU M F RU T E S C E N S D E L R I O T E X A S SAG E / C E N I Z O M Y M Y R I C A C E R I F E R A WA X M Y RTL E S L SALV I A L E U C AN T HA M E X I C A N B U S H SAG E YA Y U C C A A R K A N SA N A YUCC A
DI CG MA EP SM RF MY PV AY MY MY DI DI LF DI DI DI DI DI DI DI DI DI DI DI DI DI MY RS DI

GRASSES
AV ANDROPOGON VIRG INICUS BRO OM SEDGE BLU ESTEM E C E R AG RO S TI S C U RV U L A W E E P I N G LOV E G R A S S M S MISC ANTHUS SINENSIS S I LV E RG R A S S M A MISC ANTHUS SINENSIS ‘ADAGIO’ A DAG I O S I LV E RG R A S S M C M U HL E N B E RG I A C API L L AR I S G U L F M U H LY M L M U HL E N B E RG I A L I N D HE I M E R I L I NDHEI M ER M U HLY M R M U HL E N B E RG I A R E V E RC HON I I SEEP M U HLY NT N A S S E L L A T E N U I S S I M A M E X I C A N F EATHER GR ASS PA POA ARAC HNIFERA T E X A S B LU E G R A S S S S S E TAR I A S C HE E L E I S O U TH W E STE R N BR I STL EGR ASS S M S ORG HAS TRU M N U TAN S I N D I A N G R A S S

EC MY LM CG DI MR ML NT RF MR ML RS NT MA MC MA ML AY YA MC MA AY RS ML NT DI EP DI SM RF YA AB MS LF MA CG MA LF EC DI EG RF RS MA AY AY RF RS MA MA EP DI EC

L AWN

PEREN N IALS
AY AB CG DI EP EH EG LM LS MP RS PP PV RF SF SG SK M I L L E F O L I U M AC H I L L E A YA R ROW A S T E R O B LO N G I F O L I U S FA L L A ST E R COR E OPS I S GR AN D I F LOR A COR E O P S I S DIETES IRIDIOIDES A F RI C A N I R I S E C H I N AC E A P U R P U R E A P U R P L E CONEF LOW ER E QU I S E T U M HY E M AL E H O RS E TA I L R EED E U PATOR I U M GR E GGI I WEST TEXAS MIST FLOWER L AN TA N A M O N T E V I D E N S I S T R A I L I N G L A N TA N A LIATRIS SPIC ATA B L A Z I N G STA R M E L AM POD I U M L E U C AN T HU M BL AC KFOOT DA ISY PEROVS KIA ATRIPLICIFOLIA RU S S I A N SAG E PHLOX PILOSA P R A I R I E P H LOX P H YS O S T E G I A V I RG I N I A N A O B E D I ENT PL ANT RU D B E C K I A F U LG I DA BL AC K E Y E D SU SA N SALV IA FAR IN AC E A M E A LY B LU E SAG E SALV IA GREGGII G R E G G ’ S SA LV I A S C U T E L L AR I A S U F F RU T E S C E N S T E X A S S K U L LC A P PRAIRIE VERBENA

YA

MC

DI

DI LF RF SM EC EC RF RF SM EC LF RS RS SM EC LF RF RF SM EC EC LF RS RS SM EC LF RF RF SM EC LF RS RS SM EC LF RF RF SM EC LF RS

DI

DI

V B V E R B E N A B I P I N N ATI F I DA

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SHRU BS

PL ANTING KEY

AH AL AM AF

AGAV E HAVARDII H A RVA R D ’ S C E N T U RY P L A N T AGAV E LO PHANTHA THORN CRESTED AGAV E AGAV E ‘MR. RIPPLE’ M R . R I P P L E ’ S AGAV E AGAV E TO U M E YA N A VAR . B E L L A MI N I ATUR E C EN T URY P L A N T

H P HESPERALOE PARV IFLORA R ED Y UC C A L F L E U CO P H Y L LU M F RU T E S C E N S D E L R I O T E X A S SAG E / C E N I Z O M Y M YRIC A CERIFERA WA X M Y RTL E S L SALV IA LEUC ANTHA M E X I C A N B U S H SAG E YA Y U C C A A R K A N SA N A YUCC A

MA

EC EH

EC EH

EC EH EH

EC

GRASSES
AV ANDROPOGON VIRG INICUS B ROOMS ED G E B LUESTEM EC ERAG ROS TIS CURV UL A W E E P I N G LOV E G R A S S M S MISC ANTHUS SINENSIS S I LV E RG R A S S M A MISC ANTHUS SINENSIS ‘ADAGIO’ A DAG I O S I LV E RG R A S S M C M UHLENB ERG IA C APILL AR I S G U L F M U H LY M L M UH LENB ERG IA LINDH EIM E R I L I N D HEI MER MUH LY M R M UH LENB ERG IA REVERC H O N I I S EEP MUH LY NT N A S S E L L A T E N U I S S I M A MEX I C A N FEATH ER G R A S S PA POA ARAC HNIFERA T E X A S B LU E G R A S S S S SETARIA SC H EELEI SO UTH WEST ER N B R I ST L EG R A S S S M S O RG H AS TRU M NUTANS I N D I A N G R A S S
DI

SM

P E R E N NI ALS
AY AB CG DI EP EH EG LM LS MP RS PP PV RF SF SG SK M I L L E F O L I U M AC H I L L E A YA R ROW A S T E R O B LON G I F O L I U S FA L L A ST E R COREOPSIS GRANDIFLORA COR EOP S I S DIETES IRIDIOIDES AFRIC A N I R I S E C H I N AC E A P U R P U R E A PUR P L E CON EFLOWER EQ UISETUM H YEMALE HOR S ETA I L R EED EU PATORIUM GREGGII WEST TEXAS MIST FLOWER L AN TA N A M O N T E V I D E N S I S T R A I L I N G L A N TA N A LIATRIS SPIC ATA B L A Z I N G STA R M EL AMPODIUM LEUC ANTHU M BL AC KFOOT DA ISY PEROVS KIA ATRIPLICIFOLIA RU S S I A N SAG E PHLOX PILOSA P R A I R I E P H LOX P H YS O S T E G I A V I RG I N I A N A OB ED I EN T P L A N T RU DB EC KIA FULG IDA BL AC K EY ED S USA N SALV I A FAR I N AC E A M E A LY B LU E SAG E SALV IA GREGGII G R E G G ’ S SA LV I A S C UTELL ARIA SUFFRUTESCE N S T E X A S S K U L LC A P PRAIRIE VERBENA L AWN
SM

SM

DI EC DI LF RS SM RF RF LF SM RS RS LF SM RF RF LF SM RS RS LF SM EC RS

DI

EC

EC

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V B V E R B E N A B I P I N N ATI F I DA

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