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Geum magellanicum Geum magellanicum 

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This low-maintenance perennial has pinnatisect, toothed green leaves borne in basal rosettes and produces orange-red 5-petaled flowers from spring to summer on wiry stems. Flowers attract bees and butterflies. Height and spread is 16 inches. 
Gladiolus communis Gladiolus communis 

  Syn. Gladiolus communis subsp. byzantinus
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Clustering corms give rise to typical gladiolus leaves, followed by stems of trumpet shaped deep magenta flowers. Very possibly the hardiest Gladiolus, this is an elegant and desirable species. Height 3 feet. 
Gunnera manicata Gunnera manicata 

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Gunnera manicata, native to the Serra do Mar mountains of southeastern Brazil, is perhaps the largest species, with leaves typically 1.5-2 m (5-6 ft) wide, but exceptionally long, up to 3.4 m (11 ft), borne on thick, succulent leaf stalks (petioles) up to 2.5 m (8 ft) long. 
Helleborus foetidus Helleborus foetidus 

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Some pretty unfortunate common names for such a beautiful plant. This evergreen perennial produces large clusters of pale green blooms in the late winter that remain attractive for many months after. The large palmate leaves are glossy dark green and make for an attractive backdrop for the flowers.... 
Helleborus lividus subsp. corsicus Helleborus lividus subsp. corsicus 

  Syn. Helleborus argutifolius
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One of the largest Hellebores, H. argutifolius can grow up to 1.2m (4ft) in height and width. Large clusters of semi-pendent pale green flowers add a subtle touch of elegance to the winter garden. 
Iris ensata Iris ensata 

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This Japanese iris bears 3-4 purple flowers on each stem in early summer. Height 36 inches. 
Iris foetidissima Iris foetidissima 

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This is a beautiful plant with some unfortunate names, which arises from the odour emitted from the flowers, but only noticeable at close range. The flowers are, in fact, rather beautiful and, in this case, palest blue. And the seed pods that follow are possibly this plant’s greatest asset,... 
Knautia macedonica Knautia macedonica 

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Named after 17th Century botanist, Dr. Christopher Knaut (1638-1694), this often overlooked perennial is excellent when planted with silver-leafed plants, or white flowers in the garden border. The dark red blooms appear throughout the summer and well into the autumn. Height 24-32 inches; spread 18... 
Kniphofia citrina Kniphofia citrina 

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This clumping perennial has strap-shaped leaves and bears spikes of numerous tubular yellow flowers in summer. The flowers are attractive to bees. Height 2 to 3 feet. 
Kniphofia uvaria Kniphofia uvaria 

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Evergreen perennial with linear, finely toothed coarse leaves that produces slender, oblong-ovoid racemes of flowers in early autumn. The flowers are red in bud, opening to orange and fading to yellow. Height 4 feet; spread 2 feet. 
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