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Agapanthus Agapanthus 

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Broad strap-like leaves are evergreen in frost-free climates. The upright umbels of bright blue flowers emerge in early to midsummer. Height 2 feet; spread 18 inches. 
Alyssoides utriculata Alyssoides utriculata 

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This drought-tolerant perennial bears fragrant yellow flowers in late spring or early summer. The small spherical seedpods eventually fall apart to reveal their inner septum, making the remaining stems look very much like miniature money plants. Suitable for small dried flower arrangements. Height... 
Campanula persicifolia Campanula persicifolia 

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This rosette-forming perennial has lance-shaped basal evergreen leaves and in early to mid-summer bears racemes of two to three bell-shaped lilac-blue to white flowers on slender stems. Height to 3 feet;spread 12 inches. Suits a mixed or herbaceous border or a cottage garden. 
Crocosmia 'Lucifer' Crocosmia 'Lucifer' 

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Large clump-forming perennial with pleated green leaves and bright red flowers borne in arching spikes on wiry stems in midsummer. Height 3-4 feet. Grow at the edge of a shrub border or in a herbaceous border. Makes an excellent cut flower. 
Alcea rosea 'mixed' Alcea rosea 'mixed' 

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Tall spires of large blooms are produced in mid to late summer on this grandest of traditional old cottage garden flowers. A mix of different hollyhocks from the VanDusen Cottage Garden. Sure to give any garden that cottage touch. Height 5-8 feet; spread 2 feet. 
Astrantia major Astrantia major 

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This perennial has deeply toothed basal leaves. Green-veined white bracts surround the small green or pink umbel flowers. 36 inches high; 18 inch spread. 
Aubrieta deltoidea Aubrieta deltoidea 

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Wonderful cushions of pink or purple that drape attractively over walls and in rock gardens. This mat-forming evergreen perennial produces numerous 4-petaled pink to purple flowers in spring. Suits a rockgarden or use as a groundcover on a sunny bank. Height 2 inches; spread 24 inches. 
Cynara cardunculus Cynara cardunculus 

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Large spiny silver leaves of this thistle-like perennial are topped with large attractive artichoke-like blooms. Height 5 feet; spread 4 feet. 
Acaena microphylla Acaena microphylla 

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A compact, low growing ground cover with small compound blue-green to copper coloured leaves. Small spherical flower clusters are followed by soft red burrs to 2cm across. Although these burrs look quite spiny, they are in fact soft. 
Acanthus mollis Acanthus mollis 

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A clump-forming perennial with semi-evergreen bold, deeply-lobed dark green leaves up to 3 feet long. In late summer, bears white flowers with purple-shaded bracts in 3 foot long racemes, often with purple-tinged stems. Grows to 5 feet high by 3 feet wide. Best grown in a large border. Flowers are... 
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