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Cosmos bipinnatus Cosmos bipinnatus 

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Growing up to a height of 1.5m (5ft) the plants are nonetheless delicate enough not to form a solid mass and therefore not overpower even very small gardens. Feathery foliage and large bright flowers in shades of pink white and red make this plant a favourite choice. Good for cut flowers (but who... 
Cosmos bipinnatus 'Alba' Cosmos bipinnatus 'Alba' 

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This annual has delicate foliage topped in summer with white, saucer-shaped flowers with yellow centers on plants up to 5 feet tall. 
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... 
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... 
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. 
Gazania Gazania 

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Short tufts of dark green leaves, with silver-grey undersides, give rise to bright yellow or orange flowers in the summer. Plants may be kept from year to year if they are not subjected to frost. 
Hibiscus trionum Hibiscus trionum 

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This drought-tolerant, bushy annual bears large, silvery flowers with dark chocolate-purple centers from summer to fall, followed by translucent seed pods. 30 inches height; 24 inches spread. 
Hot Pepper 'Buena Mulata' Hot Pepper 'Buena Mulata' 

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The long, narrow pods undergo color changes from purple, to pink, pale yellow, orange, brown, and finally dark red. A highly ornamental, hot pepper with complex flavors. Ideal for salsa morada or Caribbean style cookery. 
Ipomoea lobata Ipomoea lobata 

  Syn. Ipomoea versicolor
  Syn. Mina lobata
  Syn. Quamoclit lobata
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These annual vines, which grow as short-lived perennials in the tropics, are a spectacular addition to gardens where you want arbours or pergolas covered with annual colour. The small flower buds, which start as deep orange, almost red, fade to yellow, and then white as they expand. They are... 
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. 
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