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Eremurus stenophyllus Eremurus stenophyllus 

  Syn. Eremurus bungei
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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.' 
Eremurus × isabellinus Eremurus × isabellinus 

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Tufted perennial with lance-shaped green leaves which bears golden yellow flowers in racemes 8-20 inches long. Height to 8 feet. 
Erigeron compositus Erigeron compositus 

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Cushion-forming perennial with gray-green hairy leaves and yellow-centered pink, white or pale blue flowerheads in summer. Height 6 inches. 
Erigeron speciosus Erigeron speciosus 

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This erect, clump-forming perennial is grown for its daisy-like, lavender-blue flowers with yellow centers. The flowerheads are 1-1/2 inches across. Its basal leaves are inversely lance-shaped, while the stem leaves are lance-shaped to ovate. Height and spread are 24 inches. Grow this plant in a... 
Eryngium agavifolium Eryngium agavifolium 

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Rosette-forming evergreen perennial with sharply toothed, sword-shaped leaves. Produces cylindrical umbels of greenish-white flowers with spiny bracts in late summer. Height 3-5 feet; spread 2 feet. 
Eryngium bourgatii Eryngium bourgatii 

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Clump-forming, taprooted herbaceous perennial with rounded, pinnatifid, spiny dark green basal leaves with conspicuous silver veins. In mid to late summer, blue stems bear blue flowers in cylindrical umbels 1-1/4 inches long, with lance-shaped blue-tinged silver brachts. Height 18 inches; spread 12... 
Eryngium eburneum Eryngium eburneum 

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This evergreen perennial has spiny-toothed green leaves up to 3 feet long and bears whitish-green flowers with spine-tipped bracts on arching stems in late summer. Height to 5 feet; spread 2 feet. 
Eryngium giganteum Eryngium giganteum 

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You can look at this plant as either a short lived perennial or a very long lived biennial, but however you wish to describe it, it is a beautiful plant for the mixed border or the cutting garden. The flowers dry superbly. This rosette-forming taprooted plant has heart-shaped basal leaves and bears... 
Eryngium planum Eryngium planum 

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This tap-rooted evergreen perennial has toothed dark green basal leaves and bears branching stems with cylindrical umbels of light blue flowers with spiky blue-green bracts in mid-summer. Height 3 feet. 
Eryngium variifolium Eryngium variifolium 

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This clumping, tap-rooted evergreen perennial produces rosettes of toothed, spiny green leaves marbled with white veins. In summer, stiff stems bear cylindrical umbels of gray-bloue flowers with sharply pointed blue bracts. Suits a rock garden.. 16 inches high; 12 inch spread. 
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