Are you looking for bushes with names that end with “M”? Well, here they all are, along with a brief description. Read further to learn more.
Adiantum is a genus of ferns in the family Pteridaceae consisting of about 250 species. Most species are native to the tAndes while some are from Eastern Asia and a few from China. These ferns are characterized in appearance with dark often black stalks and bright green leaf tissue which are delicately cut.
Aegopodium is a plant genus native to Europe and western Asia belonging to the family Apiaceae, composed of about seven perennial species. They have compound flowers in cluster forms which appear during spring to summer and bears fruit with winged or ribbed nuts which open when ripe.
Ageratum is a genus of flowering annuals and perennials in the family Asteraceae which are composed of about 40-60 species. Most of the species are native to Central America and Mexico while four are United States. The plant forms grows up to 30 inches in height with oval opposite leaves in cluster forms. It produces fluffy flowers in lavender-blue, lilac or white colors in umbels and bears small dry fruits.
Anacardium or cashews are a genus of flowering plants in the family Anacardiaceae native to the Americas. The generic name is from the Greek word which refers to the plant’s edible nuts or fruits which are found on its upper part.
Anthericum is a genus of rhizomatous perennial plants belonging to the family Asparagaceae consisting of about 65 species. They are native to Southern Africa, Madagascar and Europe. Anthericum is derived from the Greek word for straw which refers to its long narrow leaves. It has tuberous roots and multi-branched stems which bear white flowers. They are commonly grown as indoor plants.
Anthropodium is a genus of herbaceous perennial plants in the family Asparagaceae native to New Zealand, Australia, Madagascar and New Caledonia. They are composed of 11 recognized species with some of them having rootstalks which can be consumed as root vegetables. Other species are used in traditional medicine.
Apocynum, commonly known as dogbane, is a small genus of flowering plants in the family Apocynaceae. The generic name came from ancient Greek for “away-dog” which refers to the plant’s use as poison for dogs. They are native to North America, temperate Asia and Southeastern Europe.
Apophyllum is a genus of plant which has single species called apophyllum anomalum, commonly called broom bush, native to Australia. The shrub reaches up to 5 meters in height with drooping branches, and leaves are arranged in straight lines. It bears green to yellow unisexual flowers and bears globe-shaped purple fruits.