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Penstemon serrulatus Penstemon serrulatus 

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This native herbaceous perennial plant produces tall, leafy shoots with lavender blue to bright purple flowers from early to late summer. 
Persicaria amplexicaulis Persicaria amplexicaulis 

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This clump-forming semi-evergreen perennial has lance-shaped green leaves that are prominently veined and downy underneath. Bears spikes of narrow, bell-shaped red to purple flowers from mid-summer to fall. Height and spread is four feet. 
Phlomis fruticosa Phlomis fruticosa 

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This low-growing evergreen shrub is easy to mistake for a perennial in colder areas, where it may be cut to the ground by heavy frost. The sage green leaves are attractive and effectively show off the stems of whorled golden flowers in tiers rising above the foliage. Grows up to 1m (3ft) and as... 
Phlomis russeliana Phlomis russeliana 

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This hairy perennial has large ovate green basal leaves, and produces pale yellow tiered flowers in summer to fall. Height 36 inches; spread 30 inches. 
Phormium tenax Phormium tenax 

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The leaves on mature specimens can grow to 3m (10ft) or more in height, and the giant candelabra-like flower stalks can reach an amazing 6m (19ft) or more on this clump-forming evergreen perennial. 
Physalis alkekengi 'franchetti' Physalis alkekengi 'franchetti' 

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This vigorous rhizomatous perennial has triangular leaves and bears tiny bell-shaped creamy white flowers followed by orange-scarlet berries enclosed in papery red calyces. Height and spread 36 inches. Can be invasive. 
Phytolacca americana 'Variegata' Phytolacca americana 'Variegata' 

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A tall, almost shrubby perennial with lance-shaped variegated green leaves, this plant creates a striking garden feature with its upright spikes of purplish pink flowers in late summer, followed by closely packed clusters of black berries. Berries are toxic if ingested. Height to 10 feet; spread 3... 
Phytolacca clavigera Phytolacca clavigera 

  Syn. Phytolacca polyandra
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A tall ( 2m - 6.5ft ), almost shrubby perennial, this plant creates a striking garden feature with its upright spikes of purplish pink flowers in late summer, followed by closely packed clusters of black berries. For a final dramatic touch, the leaves turn golden yellow in the autumn. 
Platycodon grandiflorus Platycodon grandiflorus 

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This compact perennial has blue-green leaves borne in whorls on the lower stem, alternately higher up on the stem. Bears clusters of balloon-like buds that open to 5-petaled purple-blue flowers with dark blue veins in late summer. Height 24 inches. 
Podophyllum hexandrum Podophyllum hexandrum 

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This rhizomatous perennial has 5-lobed green leaves with purple markings which emerge after the flowers. Flowers are solitary, cup-shaped white or pale pink with yellow anthers and appear in late spring to midsummer, followed by ovoid fleshy red fruit. Height 18 inches; spread 12 inches. 
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