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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. 
Chelidonium majus Chelidonium majus 

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This delightful little poppy relative is a clump-forming perennial with blue-green leaves that highlight the bright golden yellow flowers to great effect. Suited to almost any soil conditions and settings, these plants do their very best in light woodland situations. Resistant to slugs and snails,... 
Digitalis grandiflora Digitalis grandiflora 

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Pale yellow flowers are produced on spikes that rarely exceed a meter (3ft.) in height on this clump-forming biennial or perennial. Height to 3 feet. 
Digitalis purpurea 'mixed' Digitalis purpurea 'mixed' 

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This is one of the truly grand old-fashioned flowers of that almost mythical English Cottage Garden, which so many people strive to recreate. This biennial produces attractive rosettes of large leaves in the first year, with tall spikes of flowers of mixed colours up to 2m(6ft) or more in height... 
Dipsacus fullonum Dipsacus fullonum 

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These 1.5-2m(4-6ft) tall biennials are a good choice for informal plantings. The architectural form may be used to best advantage in modern gardens. The dried flower heads, although prickly, are superb for dried flower arrangements. 
Echium amoenum Echium amoenum 

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This drought-tolerant herbaceous biennial has fuzzy basal leaves and bears spikes of red-purple flowers that attract bees and butterflies. Height is 12-20 inches. 
Echium russicum Echium russicum 

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This biennial starts with an attractive rosette of leaves in the first year and busts forth in the second year with flower spikes that range from pink to deep red, depending on the individual bloom’s age. 
Eryngium giganteum Eryngium giganteum 

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You can look at this plant as either a short lived perennial or a very long lived biennial, but however you wish to describe it, it is a beautiful plant for the mixed border or the cutting garden. The flowers dry superbly. This rosette-forming taprooted plant has heart-shaped basal leaves and bears... 
Scabiosa japonica Scabiosa japonica 

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This clump forming biennial or short-lived perennial has lance shaped grey-green leaves reaching 70 cm and spreading to 30 cm. It will bear showy lilac blue flower heads, 3" across, in mid-late summer. 
Silene coronaria Silene coronaria 

  Syn. Agrostemma coronaria
  Syn. Lychnis coronaria
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Rose Campion makes an attractive accent in any garden. This erect, wooly silver-gray plant produces a succession of long-stalked purple-red flowers from late spring through the summer and into the early autumn. This biennial reseeds itself reliably, and may survive as a short-lived perennial.... 
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