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Calendula officinalis Calendula officinalis 

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An annual flower, occasionally surviving into a second year, blooming almost continuously. If that weren't enough, this plant has edible flowers that add colour to salads, and the petals may be used as an alternative for saffron, and are the traditional source for the colour in Cheddar cheese.... 
Eschscholzia californica Eschscholzia californica 

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An almost continuous summer display of bright orange flowers above finely divided glaucous-green foliage on this mat-forming annual. 12 inches high. 
Nigella damascena Nigella damascena 

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This annual, a favourite for Victorian gardeners, adds a delicate touch to almost any planting scheme. Sky-blue flowers surrounded by a ruff of foliage are followed by attractive seed pods. The seed pods are useful for dried arrangements of 'Immortals'. Height 20 inches; spread 9 inches. 
Cosmos sulphureus Cosmos sulphureus 

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Wispy plants produce a series of yellow to orange cosmos flowers throughout the summer and well into the autumn. These plants can grow to a meter (3 feet) in height, but usually less in most gardens. Although native to subtropical Mexico, these annual flowers will do well anywhere they get enough... 
Amaranthus hypochondriacus 'Purpurea' Amaranthus hypochondriacus 'Purpurea' 

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This erect, bushy annual has lance-shaped purple-green leaves 6 inches long. In summer, the plant bears small crimson flowers in erect, plume-like terminal cymes. Height 3 feet; spread 18 inches. Good as a cut or dried flower. 
Cerinthe major 'Purpurascens' Cerinthe major 'Purpurascens' 

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This hardy annual has grey-green leaves and its bracts develop a distinct metallic blue tint near the small purple flowers. Height 12 inches; spread 24 inches. One of the best annual foliage plants, Cerinthe attracts bees and butterflies and gently self-sows to produce plants the following year. 
Cleome houtteana 'alba' Cleome houtteana 'alba' 

  Syn. Cleome hassleriana
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This herbaceous to woody stemmed annual can grow to as much as 1.5m (5ft) in height, but most cultivated strains reach only 1m (3ft) in height. The compound leaves are composed of five to seven bright green leaflets, to 12x4cm (5x2in). Bears strongly-scented white flowers in terminal racemes in... 
Cleome houtteana 'pink' Cleome houtteana 'pink' 

  Syn. Cleome hassleriana
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This herbaceous to woody stemmed annual can grow to as much as 1.5m (5ft) in height, but most cultivated strains reach only 1m (3ft) in height. The compound leaves are composed of five to seven bright green leaflets, to 12x4cm (5x2in). The flowers, produced in loose clusters at to top of the stems... 
Lathyrus odoratus Lathyrus odoratus 

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This annual climber produces racemes of fragrant flowers in shades of white, red, pink and blue from summer to early fall. Make excellent cut flowers. Height to 6 feet. 
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