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Polemonium caeruleum Polemonium caeruleum 

 ca$á3.45  Buy Now 
This perennial bears cymes of open bell-shaped lavender-blue flowers on erect, branched stems in summer. 2 feet height with 1 foot spread. Suits an herbaceous border or woodland garden. 
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. 
Phytolacca polyandra Phytolacca polyandra 

  Syn. Phytolacca clavigera
 ca$á3.75  Buy Now 
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. 
Phormium tenax Phormium tenax 

 ca$á3.95  Buy Now 
The rigid linear 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. 
Phlomis russeliana Phlomis russeliana 

 ca$á3.75  Buy Now 
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. 
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... 
Penstemon serrulatus Penstemon serrulatus 

 ca$á4.15  Buy Now 
This native herbaceous perennial plant produces tall, leafy shoots with lavender blue to bright purple flowers from early to late summer. 20 inch height and 12 inch spread. This plant is attractive to hummingbirds, and under favourable conditions will form ground covering mats. 
Peltoboykinia watanabei Peltoboykinia watanabei 

 ca$á4.95  Buy Now 
This clump-forming evergreen perennial has large round palmately-lobed, peltate leaves that emerge in reddish tones and mature to a deep green. Small yellow flowers are borne in summer on upright flower spikes.Height and spread is 18 to 24 inches. 
Patrinia gibbosa Patrinia gibbosa 

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This clump-forming perennial has ovate, toothed green leaves and bears cymes of tiny yellow flowers above the foliage in summer over a long period. Height and spread 18 inches. Suits a cottage garden. 
Papaver cambricum Papaver cambricum 

  Syn. Meconopsis cambrica
 ca$á3.45  Buy Now 
If you are looking for an easy Meconopsis to grow, this is it. A tap-rooted hardy perennial, this plant produces a secession of yellow to orange blooms that will brighten any garden. Height 18 inches. 
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