Botanical Synonym results for "Godetia":
"Godetia amoena" - Clarkia amoena semi-dwarf single mix
"Godetia amoena 'Gloria'" - Clarkia amoena Gloria tall single rose
"Godetia amoena 'Memoria'" - Clarkia amoena Memoria tall single white
"Godetia amoena Charivari" - Clarkia amoena Charivari dwarf single mix
"Godetia bottae L P" - Clarkia bottae Lilac Pixie - Lilac Blossom
"Godetia bottae L S" - Clarkia bottae Lilac Sails taller
"Godetia bottae var. cylindrica" - Clarkia cylindrica
"Godetia dudleyana" - Clarkia dudleyana
"Godetia grandiflora" - Clarkia amoena semi-dwarf single mix
"Godetia grandiflora" - Clarkia amoena Azalea fld. semi-tall doubles
"Godetia grandiflora" - Clarkia rubicunda wild form
"Godetia grandiflora 'Aurora'" - Clarkia amoena Aurora tall single
"Godetia grandiflora D of A" - Clarkia amoena Duchess of Albany
"Godetia grandiflora H M" - Clarkia Honey Moon
"Godetia grandiflora Kelvedon" - Clarkia Glorious Kelvedon semi-dwarf single mix
"Godetia grandiflora Monarch" - Clarkia amoena Monarch dwarf single mix
"Godetia grandiflora R." - Clarkia amoena Azalea fld. Rembrandt
"Godetia grandiflora Whitney" - Clarkia amoena ssp whitneyi single mixed
"Godetia grandifora" - Clarkia rubicunda f1 Flamingo Red cutflower
"Godetia rubicunda" - Clarkia rubicunda wild form
"Godetia tenella" - Clarkia tenella
"Godetia whitneyi D of A" - Clarkia amoena Duchess of Albany semi tall white
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