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Mandevilla

Mandevillas are tropical and subtropical vines that are native to the southwestern United States, Mexico, Central America, the West Indies, and South America. Mandevillas develop vibrant, fragrant flowers that come in a variety of colors, including white, pink, yellow, and red.

Mandevilla

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Marble Queen

Marble Queen is classified under the Pothos genus. It has heart-shaped leaves that are heavily variegated with creamy white.

Marble Queen

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Marginata

Marginatas come bicolored, which displays red, yellow, and green stripes. These plants can reach a height of 10 to 15 feet.

Marginata

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Miracle Fruit

The miracle fruit, also known as Sysepalum dulcificum, is a plant whose berries, when consumed, cause sour foods to taste sweet. This effect is due to miraculin, and can last up to 30 minutes. Cultivators report a demand from cancer patients because the fruit allegedly counteracts the metallic taste that is typically a side effect of chemotherapy. There has also been interest in producing them for patients with diabetes.

Miracle Fruit

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Mona Lavender

The Mona Lavender, part of the Plectranthus genus, originated in South Africa. It will grow 12 to 24 inches tall and wide, and begins to bloom in the fall.

Mona Lavender

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Mulberry

Mulberries are deciduous trees native to the temperate regions of the world. The black and red mulberry trees produce sweet fruit with intense flavor, whereas the white mulberry tree has a milder and more tart fruit. These plants carry significant ecological and economic importance since their leaves, particularly those of the white mulberry, are the sole food source of the silkworm, the cocoon of which is used to make silk.

Mulberry

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