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Flowers grown in the US

Flowers commonly grown in the US
a data set by mr_tree
created September 29, 2016
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FlowerImage
aconite
ageratum
allium
anemone
angelica
angelonia
artemisia
aster
astilbe
aubrieta
azalea
balloon flower
balsam
baneberry
basket of gold
bee balm
begonia
bellflower
bergenia
blackeyed Susan
bleeding heart
bloodroot
boneset
browallia
bugleweed
bugloss
buttercup
butterfly weed
caladium
calendula
California poppy
Canterbury bells
cardinal flower
carnation
castor bean
catmint
celosia
chives
chrysanthemum
clary sage
cleome
coleus
columbine
comfrey
coneflower
coreopsis
corydalis
cosmos
crocus
crown imperial
cushion spurge
cyclamen
daffodil
dahlia
daisy
dame's rocket
delphinium
diascia
dusty miller
Dutchman's breeches
epimedium
evergreen candytuft
fennel
fountain grass
foxglove
gaillardia
gas plant
gaura
gazania
geranium
geum
globe thistle
glory of the snow
goatsbeard
golden marguerite
gomphrena
heliotrope
hepatica
hollyhock
hosta
hyacinth
hyssop
impatiens
iris
jack-in-the-pulpit
Jacob's ladder
lady's mantle
lantana
lavender
lavender cotton
leadwort
lemon balm
lily
lobelia
lupine
maiden pink
malva
marigold
mazus
mirabilis
moonflower
morning glory
nasturtium
nierembergia
orchid
osteospermum
pansy
pearly everlasting
perennial flax
periwinkle
petunia
pincushion flower
polka dot plant
primrose
ranunculus
red valerian
rock soapwort
rose
rue
sanvitalia
scarlet sage
sea lavender
sea thrift
Shirley poppy
shooting star
silvermound
skunk cabbage
snapdragon
snow in summer
snowdrop
Solomon's seal
spring snowflake
summer savory
sunflower
sweet alyssum
sweet woodruff
tansy
thunbergia
tithonia
torenia
trillium
tulip
verbena
violet
bluebell
wild senna
windflower
yarrow
yellow archangel
yellow loosestrife
zinnia
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