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Erythronium revolutum Erythronium revolutum 

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This bulbous perennial has wavy-margined, elliptic green leaves with dark brown mottling. Bears lilac-pink flowers with yellow anthers in spring. Height to 12 inches. 
Eucomis bicolor Eucomis bicolor 

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This delightful bulb produces both attractive foliage as well as striking flowers. Long lasting flowers develop into attractive seed heads and persist until the first frosts. 12-24 inches high. 
Francoa sonchifolia Francoa sonchifolia 

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This rosette-forming perennial has deeply lobed basal leaves and bears racemes of pink flowers on unbranched stems in midsummer. 2-3 feet height; 18 inch spread. 
Gaura lindheimeri Gaura lindheimeri 

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This graceful, drought-tolerant perennial bears loose panicles of pinkish-white flowers in late spring to early autumn. Height to 5 feet; spread 3 feet. 
Geum magellanicum Geum magellanicum 

  Syn. Geum chiloense
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This low-maintenance perennial has pinnatisect, toothed green leaves borne in basal rosettes and produces orange-red 5-petaled flowers from spring to summer on wiry stems. Flowers attract bees and butterflies. Height and spread is 16 inches. 
Gladiolus communis Gladiolus communis 

  Syn. Gladiolus communis subsp. byzantinus
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Clustering corms give rise to typical gladiolus leaves, followed by stems of trumpet shaped deep magenta flowers. Very possibly the hardiest Gladiolus, this is an elegant and desirable species. Height 3 feet. 
Helleborus foetidus Helleborus foetidus 

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Some pretty unfortunate common names for such a beautiful plant. This evergreen perennial produces large clusters of pale green blooms in the late winter that remain attractive for many months after. The large palmate leaves are glossy dark green and make for an attractive backdrop for the flowers.... 
Helleborus × hybridus Helleborus × hybridus 

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Helleborus ×hybridus is a group of evergreen clump-forming perennial cultivars that are 50-70 cm tall and spread to 70-90 cm. The glossy, deep green foliage can be quite variable in color and shape, even within the same hybrid. They have tough, almost woody stems with leaves and terminal... 
Knautia macedonica Knautia macedonica 

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Named after 17th Century botanist, Dr. Christopher Knaut (1638-1694), this often overlooked perennial is excellent when planted with silver-leafed plants, or white flowers in the garden border. The dark red blooms appear throughout the summer and well into the autumn. Height 24-32 inches; spread 18... 
Dierama pulcherrimum Dierama pulcherrimum 

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Graceful arching semi-evergreen foliage gives rise to long wire thin stems of pendent, pale to magenta-pink flowers. This perennial grows to 3-5 feet in height. 
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