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Begonia grandis var. alba Begonia grandis var. alba 

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This bulbous begonia has ovate, olive-green leaves that are red beneath and bears pendent cymes of fragrant pinkish-white flowers in summer. Height 24 inches; spread 18 inches. 
Bellium bellidioides Bellium bellidioides 

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This small trailing perennial has spoon-shaped, fleshy leaves and bears small white flowers in summer. Makes a good groundcover for a rock garden or seaside garden. Height to 6 inches, spread indefinite. 
Camassia cusickii Camassia cusickii 

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This bulb produces pale to steel blue flowers in late spring on flower spikes up to almost a meter in height above wavy edged glaucous-green leaves. Grow in moist but well-drained fertile, humusy soil in sun or partial shade. 
Camassia leichtlinii Camassia leichtlinii 

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This species can be taller than the closely related Camassia quamash, reaching heights of 1.4m (50in). It also tends to be slightly hardier and better suited to colder conditions. This seed was collected from predominantly white flowered plants, but there may be a small percentage of seed from the... 
Camassia leichtlinii 'Alba' Camassia leichtlinii 'Alba' 

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This species can be taller than the closely related Camassia quamash, reaching heights of 1.4m (50in). It also tends to be slightly hardier and better suited to colder conditions. 
Camassia quamash Camassia quamash 

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Smaller than the other Camassias, this little treasure is nonetheless a very desirable and attractive plant to grow in your garden. When given sufficient moisture and a suitable location, this species is able to naturalize easily. 
Campanula lactiflora Campanula lactiflora 

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This tall species of Campanula, growing to 2 meters (6ft) in height, covers itself in masses of milky white or pale mauve blooms in early summer, making a spectacular show for traditional border plantings, or for a cottage garden. 
Campanula latifolia Campanula latifolia 

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This vigorous, upright perennial bears tubular-bell-shaped flowers in shades of blue, violet or white from axils of the upper leaves in summer. Height to 4 feet; spread 2 feet. 
Campanula latifolia 'macrantha' Campanula latifolia 'macrantha' 

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Vigorous, upright perennial 4 feet tall by 24 inches wide. In summer flowers are produced singly or in twos and threes in axils of upper leaves. Flowers are bell shaped, dark blue. 
Campanula persicifolia Campanula persicifolia 

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This rosette-forming perennial has lance-shaped basal evergreen leaves and in early to mid-summer bears racemes of two to three bell-shaped lilac-blue to white flowers on slender stems. Height to 3 feet;spread 12 inches. Suits a mixed or herbaceous border or a cottage garden. 
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