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Aquilegia vulgaris 'Black Barlow' Aquilegia vulgaris 'Black Barlow' 

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This is a dark purple, almost black, double flowered selection of that delightful, and reliable, old fashioned perennial so many people remember from their childhood. Growing 60-90cm (2-3ft) in height, it will produce double flowers, held well above the foliage on slender stems, in the mid to late... 
Arisaema flavum Arisaema flavum 

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Ariseamas are a true collector’s plant, and a superb addition to any woodland garden. This tuberous perennial has palmate green leaves and bears greenish yellow spathes in summer. 4-18 inches tall. 
Arisaema ringens Arisaema ringens 

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This tuberous perennial has glossy green leaves, each comprising 3 pointed leaflets and bears a hooded and curled, green and purple-striped spathe below its leaves in early summer. Flowers are followed by bright orange-red fruits. Height 12 inches. 
Armeria maritima Armeria maritima 

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This clump-forming perennial has linear, dark green leaves and bears profuse pink flowerheads on stiff stems from spring to summer. Height 8 inches; spread 12 inches. 
Armeria pseudarmeria Armeria pseudarmeria 

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Although this close relative of common thrift looks like a perennial, this Portuguese species is actually a very small shrub. It has lance-shaped green leaves and bears white or pale pink flowerheads on stems 10-20 inches long in summer. Height 20 inches; spread 12 inches. 
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. 
Astrantia maxima Astrantia maxima 

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This clump-forming perennial has deeply toothed basal leaves and grows up to 100 cm high with a 60 cm spread. The umbrella-shaped blooms are a unique color of soft pink, about 2-3 cm across. The bracts have a papery feel to the touch and are green on the outside, pink to white inside. A profuse... 
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. 
Baptisia australis Baptisia australis 

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Erect perennial in the family Leguminosae with palmate green leaves that bears dark blue flowers in early summer, followed by black seed pods. Great for flower arrangements. Height 5 feet; spread 2 feet. 
Begonia grandis var. alba Begonia grandis var. alba 

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This bulbous begonia has ovate, olive-green leaves that are red beneath and bears pendent cymes of fragrant pinkish-white flowers in summer. Height 24 inches; spread 18 inches. 
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