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Primula wilsonii Primula wilsonii 

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This evergreen hardy perennial is a candelabra type primula, bearing salverform flowers in three to six whorls on stems to 3 feet tall. Leaves are dark green and flowers are rose-purple to magenta, with a golden eye. Suits a pond or streamside, or bog garden. 
Prosartes smithii Prosartes smithii 

  Syn. Disporum smithii
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Clump-forming perennial with red-tinged stems and lance-shaped green leaves. In early to late spring, bears pendent, tubular-bell-shaped white flowers, followed by orange berries in summer. Height and spread is 12 inches. 
Silene flos-cuculi Silene flos-cuculi 

  Syn. Lychnis flos-cuculi
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This slender perennial has blue-green basal leaves and produces loose terminal cymes of star-shaped purplish-pink flowers. Height and spread is 30 inches. Suits a wild garden. 
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