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Rhodochiton atrosanguineum Rhodochiton atrosanguineum 

  Syn. Lophospermum atrosanguineum
  Syn. Rhodochiton volubile
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Native of woodland in Mexico, this attractive plant scrambles through the undergrowth and produces dark purple tubular flowers within a long lasting, papery calyx. The angular heart-shaped leaves are bright green and show off the unusual flowers to good effect. The flowers have an exaggerated... 
Cerinthe major 'Kiwi Blue' Cerinthe major 'Kiwi Blue' 

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Blue green leaves develop a metallic tint near the small purple flowers on this hardy annual. 
Eccremocarpus scaber Eccremocarpus scaber 

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Evergreen sub-tropical climber with pinnate leaves, suited to growing as an annual in temperate regions. Bears tubular orange-red to pink or yellow flowers from late spring to fall. Height 10 to 15 feet. Usually grown as an annual, to cover an arch, house wall or climb through a large shrub or... 
Nicotiana sylvestris Nicotiana sylvestris 

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Beautiful white, richly evening-scented flowers are produced on tall stems above neat rosettes of large green leaves. This annual grows to 1.5m (5ft). Flowers are superb for cutting. Perennial in warmer climates. 
Tropaeolum polyphyllum Tropaeolum polyphyllum 

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This trailing tender perennial has deeply lobed, glaucous blue-green leaves and bears long-spurred yellow flowers along trailing masses of foliage in summer. Treat as an annual in cooler climates or lift and store tubers. Height 3 inches; spread to 3 feet. 
Borago officinalis Borago officinalis 

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Annual herb with a bushy and freely growing habit to 60-80cm. Has hairy leaves on hollow stems with pendant sprays of azure blue star-shaped flowers with five petals. It flowers freely all summer and early fall. Can be cut back to encourage more flowers and to control sprawl. 
Lagurus ovatus Lagurus ovatus 

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This tufted annual grass has arching linear pale green leaves and bears ovoid spike-like panicles of softly hairy pale green spikelets that age to buff colour throughout summer. Height 20 inches; spread 12 inches. Suits a mixed or herbaceous border. 
Verbena bonariensis Verbena bonariensis 

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This perennial species may be treated as an annual since it usually flowers in its first year. Tall thin stems, often more than a meter in height (3ft) are topped with clusters of tiny purple flowers during the summer. Excellent in dry gardens. Good cut flower. 
Cerinthe major 'Purpurascens' Cerinthe major 'Purpurascens' 

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Grey-green leaves and bracts develop a distinct metallic blue tint near the small purple flowers on this hardy annual. 
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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