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'Frostproof' is a hardy gardenia with double rose-like flowers with intoxicating gardenia fragrance and good bloom even in cool springs and summers.
'Kleim's Hardy' has incredible gardenia fragrance and is hardy to minus 18 degrees Celsius! Go figure.
‘Summer Snow’ has beautiful pure white double flowers that are sweetly fragrant. Reportedly hardy to zone 6 which would make it the hardiest of the hardyGardenia.
Gasteria 'Little Warty' is an intriguing succulent plant with light grey-green leaves with raised pale silvery-green or pale olive-green stripes with lots of fun, bumpy tubercles.
Gasteria 'Silver Bullion' is an intriguing variegated succulent in shades of forest green, grey-green, light green and ivory white.
G. papilio is a hardy gladiolus with slate-lilac flowers.
Gladiolus papilio 'Ruby' is a hardy glad with stunning, bright magenta red flowers.
Globba schomburgkii has large, dark green, tropical leaves and large, golden yellow clusters of branched, ginger-like flowers.
'Mount Everest' is a magnificent white selection Globba winitii with incredible, tropical flowers.
Gloriosa lutea has pale lemon-yellow flowers that are crisped on the edges and turn orange-yellow as they age.
Gloriosa superba 'Himalayan Select' is a rare selection with bright, firey red flowers with recurved tepals (frequently more twisted than the picture) and a lemon-yellow base.
Gloriosa superba 'Rothschildiana' has striking flowers with broad, bright red, rippled petals with golden yellow bases.
Goodyera pubescens is a terrestrial orchid with evergreen, ornately-variegated leaves.
Graptopetalum bellum (aka Tacitus bellus) has grey-green rosettes and one of the most beautiful flower displays with starry, bright pink flowers.
Graptoveria (Echeveria) 'Chanel' has thick, rounded leaves in powder blue that develop pink tones on older foliage.
Graptoveria (Echeveria) 'Lovely Rose' forms interesting, squished, silver rosettes that are not completely symmetrical.
Graptoveria 'Gypsy'/'Mrs Richards' forms cute, little, chunky rosettes in tones of glowing pink, lavender, and pale blue.
Gunnera manicata is a monster perennial often called giant rhubarb or dinosaur food. with heavily textured, sandpapery, palmate leaves up to six feet across!