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Dryas octopetala Dryas octopetala 

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Eight-petalled flowers are produced above the dark green foliage on this evergreen sub-shrub in the early to midsummer. The flowers are followed by attractive white seed-heads that persist into winter. A delightful alpine that is relatively easy to grow if you give it very good drainage. 
Dryopteris sieboldii Dryopteris sieboldii 

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This deciduous fern with blue-green fronds could be mistaken for an Asplenium. Fronds remain evergreen in milder regions. Height 18-24 inches; spread 24-36 inches. 
Echinacea purpurea Echinacea purpurea 

  Syn. Rudbeckia purpurea
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This erect perennial has lance-shaped, slightly hairy leaves and bears 6-inch flowerheads with conical, orange-brown disks and pink or purplish-pink ray florets. Height to 4 feet. 
Echinacea purpurea 'Alba' Echinacea purpurea 'Alba' 

  Syn. Rudbeckia purpurea
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This erect perennial has lance-shaped, slightly hairy leaves and bears 6-inch flowerheads with conical, orange-brown disks and white ray florets. Height to 4 feet. 
Echinops bannaticus Echinops bannaticus 

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The prickly, grey-green leaves and powder-blue pompon flowers of this variety of globe thistle make it a striking architectural plant for the back of a summer border. It also works well planted in drifts in a wild garden. The flowers attract large numbers of bees, butterflies and other insects, and... 
Echinops sphaerocephalus Echinops sphaerocephalus 

  Syn. Echinops maximus
 ca$ 3.35  Sold Out
This is a glandular, woolly perennial herbaceous plant which reaches on average 50–100 centimetres (20–39 in) of height, with a maximum of two metres. Its erect, branching, gray, slightly wrinkled and hairy stems bear the occasional large, soft, sharply toothed, sharp-lobed pointed green leaves.... 
Epilobium angustifolium 'album' Epilobium angustifolium 'album' 

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This spreading, rhizomatous perennial has willow-like, pale green leaves and saucer-shaped white flowers in mid-summer. Height 5 feet; spread 3 feet. 
Epilobium canum Epilobium canum 

  Syn. Zauschneria californica
  Syn. Zauschneria cana
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This woody-based evergreen perennial produces racemes of tubular scarlet flowers over long periods in late summer and early fall. Height 12 inches; spread 20 inches. Attractive to hummingbirds. 
Eranthis hyemalis Eranthis hyemalis 

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This is a wonderful small flower for the late winter garden. The tuberous perennial produces bright yellow flowers above a ruff of bright green leaves in late winter. 2-3 inches high. 
Eremurus stenophyllus Eremurus stenophyllus 

  Syn. Eremurus bungei
 ca$ 3.75  Buy Now 
Tufted perennial with narrowly linear, rough-margined, sometimes hairy, grayish-green leaves, 10" long. Early to mid-summer racemes (6-12" long) of dark yellow flowers to 3/4" each. Flowers fade to orange-brown. Height 3'; spread 1.' 
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