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Acaena microphylla Acaena microphylla 

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A compact, low growing ground cover with small compound blue-green to copper coloured leaves. Small spherical flower clusters are followed by soft red burrs to 2cm across. Although these burrs look quite spiny, they are in fact soft. 
Acanthus mollis Acanthus mollis 

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A clump-forming perennial with semi-evergreen bold, deeply-lobed dark green leaves up to 3 feet long. In late summer, bears white flowers with purple-shaded bracts in 3 foot long racemes, often with purple-tinged stems. Grows to 5 feet high by 3 feet wide. Best grown in a large border. Flowers are... 
Actaea pachypoda Actaea pachypoda 

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This clump-forming woodland perennial has ovate green leaves and bears white flowers in spherical racemes, followed by spherical white berries, each with a black eye. 36 inches high and 18 inch spread. 
Actaea rubra 'neglecta' Actaea rubra 'neglecta' 

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This clump-forming perennial has leaves up to 16 inches long, composed of 3-15 ovate leaflets. Racemes of white flowers are followed by shiny white spherical berries. 18 inches high; 12 inches spread. Grow in a woodland garden or a shady herbaceous border. 
Actaea simplex 'Atropurpurea Group' Actaea simplex 'Atropurpurea Group' 

  Syn. Cimicifuga racemosa
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This medium sized clumping perennial bears dark purple to almost black compound leaves composed of 25 to 70 irregular leaflets. The unbranched flower stems grow to 1-1.5m(3-5ft) in height, bearing hundreds of tiny white flowers from late summer to early autumn. 
Agapanthus Agapanthus 

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Broad strap-like leaves are evergreen in frost-free climates. The upright umbels of bright blue flowers emerge in early to midsummer. Height 2 feet; spread 18 inches. 
Agastache rugosa 'Golden Jubilee' Agastache rugosa 'Golden Jubilee' 

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Erect herbaceous perennial with aromatic, ovate, golden -yellow leaves to 2 inches long. Produces violet-blue flowers in short spikes 3 inches long from mid-summer to autumn. Height 3 feet; spread 18 inches. 
Alcea rosea 'nigra' Alcea rosea 'nigra' 

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Tall spires of large dark purple, almost black, blooms are produced in mid to late summer. A nice twist on an old favourite. 
Alcea rosea 'pale yellow' Alcea rosea 'pale yellow' 

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Tall spires of large pale yellow blooms are produced in mid to late summer on this grandest of traditional old cottage garden flowers. This seed was harvested from primarily pale yellow flowered hollyhocks from the VanDusen Cottage Garden. 
Alcea rosea 'peach' Alcea rosea 'peach' 

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Tall spires of large peach blooms are produced in mid to late summer on this grandest of traditional old cottage garden flowers. This seed was harvested from primarily peach flowered hollyhocks from the VanDusen Cottage Garden. 
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