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Magdalena, a senior botanical horticulturist at London's Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, introduces readers to one of the island's zombie plants, the café marron: a small, glossy-leaved tree that's continuously covered with tiny white flowers.
Originally from high elevations in Central Asia, wide-leaved Cannabis indica prefers cooler weather and stays much shorter, under 5 feet.
The plants vary in form from species to species; without blooms, some look like gnarled nests of bare sticks or green, flat-leaved cactus-orchid hybrids.
Some evergreens, such as dense, bushy cedars and thorny-leaved hollies, offer birds a twofer: berries as well as protection from weather and predators.
At higher elevations were forests of shrubs and a variety of broad-leaved trees and conifers.
Along the parkways, Hong Kong orchid trees bloom magenta from fall to spring, while broad-leaved African tulip trees bloom orange and gold in summer.
Several small-leaved Hebe cultivars that are hardy west of the Cascades have beautiful and unusual foliage.
A large turquoise pot provides a showcase for a yellow-leaved jade plant.
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: having leaves of a particular kind or number
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