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Hibiscus

Hibiscus is native to warm-temperate, subtropical, and tropical regions around the world. Flowers are large, trumpet-shaped with 5 or more petals that may either be white, pink, red, orange, purple, or yellow. Teas derived from hibiscuses are popular drinks worldwide and contain vitamin C and minerals. The plant has also been shown to lower blood pressure and cholesterol.

Hibiscus

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Hosta

Hostas are widely cultivated as shade-tolerant foliage plants. Individual flowers are usually long, with six petals, and can be white, lavender, or violet in color. They grow best in northern climates and grow between 1 to 4 feet tall.

Hosta

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Hyacinth

Hyacinths are native to the eastern Mediterranean, Iraq, northeastern Iran, and Turkmenistan. They grow from bulbs, each producing around 4 to 6 linear leaves and 1 to 3 spikes of flowers that come in shades of red, blue, white, orange, pink, violet, and yellow.

Hyacinth

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Hybrid Lily

Hybrid lilies are broken down into several divisions. The two most popular divisions are Oriental hybrids and Asiatic hybrids. Orientals tend to be larger, very fragrant, and either red, yellow, pink, or white. Asiatics have smaller blooms, with no fragrance, and come in, yellow, orange, pink, and cream.

Hybrid Lily

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Hydrangea

Hydrangeas are native to southern and eastern Asia as well as the Americas. Flowers are produced from early spring to late autumn. Flowers can be white, pink, or blue depending on the soil's pH.

Hydrangea

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