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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. 
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. 
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... 
Nicotiana langsdorfii Nicotiana langsdorfii 

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Beautiful and unusual flowers are produced on tall stems above a neat rosette of large green leaves.This annual grows to 1.5m (5ft). Flowers are superb for cutting. 
Papaver somniferum 'Paeoniflorum' Papaver somniferum 'Paeoniflorum' 

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Despite its sordid associations, P. somniferum is a beautiful garden annual with attractive glaucous green leaves and large, double frilly flowers in reddish-pink that brighten any meadow garden. The large seed pods are also excellent for dried arrangements. Poppy seeds of Papaver somniferum are an... 
Ricinus communis 'Carmencita Pink' Ricinus communis 'Carmencita Pink' 

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This evergreen tropical shrub can grow so fast that it can be used as a very large and dramatic annual in the garden. A remarkably architectural plant, it can be used to great effect in the center of island beds or at the back of large borders. Height to 6 feet. Do not allow plants to become... 
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. 
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. 
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