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Botanical Synonym results for "Diervilla":

"Diervilla coraeensis" - Weigela coraeensis
"Diervilla coraeensis f. alba" - Weigela coraeensis
"Diervilla decora" - Weigela decora
"Diervilla floribunda" - Weigela floribunda
"Diervilla floribunda var. vers" - Weigela japonica
"Diervilla florida" - Weigela florida
"Diervilla japonica" - Weigela japonica
"Diervilla japonica var. sinica" - Weigela sinica
"Diervilla maximowiczii" - Weigela maximowiczii
"Diervilla middendorffiana" - Weigela middendorffiana
"Diervilla middendorffiana var." - Weigela maximowiczii
"Diervilla praecox" - Weigela praecox
"Diervilla subsessilis" - Weigela subsessilis
"Diervilla versicolor" - Weigela japonica
All the "Diervilla" from our database

including currently available Diervilla, and Diervilla for which we do not have a current source.

Diervilla coraeensis
Diervilla decora
Diervilla floribunda
Diervilla hortensis
Diervilla lonicera
Diervilla maximowiczii
Diervilla praecox
Diervilla rivularis
Diervilla sessilifolia
Diervilla splendens
Diervilla subsessilis
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