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Mock Orange, Mexican Orange Blossom

Mock Orange, Mexican Orange Blossom (Choisya ternata)

Dense, rounded, evergreen shrub. Fragrant white flowers appear in late spring, and again in late summer.

Mondo Grass, Monkey Grass

Mondo Grass, Monkey Grass (Ophiopogon japonicus)

One of the best perennials for long-lasting interest. Grass-like foliage spreads slowly to form a thick, cushiony turf. Small white to lilac flowers are followed by attractive blue berries.

Money Plant, Money Tree, Fortune Tree

Money Plant, Money Tree, Fortune Tree (Pachira aquatica)

A traditional housewarming or business opening gift in Asian cultures, Money Plant is a whimsical looking tree with a broad thick trunk and very slender branches sporting glossy leaves. Often multiple trunks are braided together increasing the thick to thin effect. Do not overwater…


Monkshood (Aconitum species)

A durable, old-fashioned favorite. Majestic spikes of showy blooms make a bold statement in the landscape. The perfect choice for brightening lifeless shaded areas.

Montauk Daisy, Nippon Daisy

Montauk Daisy, Nippon Daisy (Nipponanthemum nipponicum)

Montauk Daisy brings one last burst of color to the late summer landscape. This is a wonderfully carefree plant, with attractive shiny foliage and a lush display of white, daisy-like flowers. A welcome sight at a time when many other garden plants have grown tired.

Moss Sandwort

Moss Sandwort (Arenaria verna)

A wonderful solution for filling in spaces between rocks or walkway pavers. From the distance it looks very much like a real woodland moss. Dainty little white flowers add a touch of sparkle from mid to late summer.

Mother-in-law's Tongue, Snake Plant

Mother-in-law's Tongue, Snake Plant (Sansevieria species)

Sansevieria are wonderfully stress-free houseplants that seem to thrive on neglect! They do well in low light and with minimal watering and feed. Their stiffly vertical, variegated leaves bring a bit of natural art and architecture to any room. Wonderful for defining entryways or…

Mount Atlas Daisy

Mount Atlas Daisy (Anacyclus depressus)

One of the best flowers for adding lasting color to hot, dry situations. Dense, spreading mat of grey-green foliage topped by white daisy-like flowers in early summer. Easy to grow and very rewarding.

Mugo Pine, Mountain Pine

Mugo Pine, Mountain Pine (Pinus mugo)

Mugo Pine's evergreen needles are arranged in very defined clusters, creating a pleasantly textured effect. Very attractive as a solo specimen or in combination with more finely textured evergreens or broad-leaf perennials.

Muhly Grass

Muhly Grass (Muhlenbergia capillaris)

Native to central and eastern United States and Mexico. Stunning, fine-textured grass with airy panicles of delicate, pink flowers. Lends a light, airy appearance to the garden.