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Phytolacca polyandra Phytolacca polyandra 

  Syn. Phytolacca clavigera
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A tall ( 2m - 6.5ft ), almost shrubby perennial, this plant creates a striking garden feature with its upright spikes of purplish pink flowers in late summer, followed by closely packed clusters of black berries. For a final dramatic touch, the leaves turn golden yellow in the autumn. 
Platycodon grandiflorus Platycodon grandiflorus 

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This compact perennial has blue-green leaves borne in whorls on the lower stem, alternately higher up on the stem. Bears clusters of balloon-like buds that open to 5-petaled purple-blue flowers with dark blue veins in late summer. Height 24 inches. 
Polemonium caeruleum Polemonium caeruleum 

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This perennial bears cymes of open bell-shaped lavender-blue flowers on erect, branched stems in summer. 2 feet height with 1 foot spread. Suits an herbaceous border or woodland garden. 
Potentilla atrosanguinea Potentilla atrosanguinea 

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Clump forming hairy perennial, bearing 3-palmate dark green leaves 2 - 3 in. (5 - 8 cm) with toothed leaflets, densely white hairy. From summer to autumn, panicle-like cymes of scaucer-shaped, yellow, orange, or pale to dark red flowers, 1 1/4 in. (3 cm) across, are born on erect, branching, wiry... 
Potentilla fissa Potentilla fissa 

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This perennial has pinnate leaves and saucer-shaped yellow flowers. Height 12 inches. 
Primula elatior Primula elatior 

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Rosette-forming evergreen or semi-evergreen perennial that bears tubular yellow flowers on stiff stems in early spring. Height/spread is 12 inches. 
Primula japonica 'Miller's Crimson' Primula japonica 'Miller's Crimson' 

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This rosette-forming deciduous perennial has spoon-shaped, scalloped light green leaves and bears up to 6 whorls of up to 25 salverform red flowers in spring. Height and spread 18 inches. 
Primula wilsonii Primula wilsonii 

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This evergreen hardy perennial is a candelabra type primula, bearing salverform flowers in three to six whorls on stems to 3 feet tall. Leaves are dark green and flowers are rose-purple to magenta, with a golden eye. Suits a pond or streamside, or bog garden. 
Prosartes hookeri Prosartes hookeri 

  Syn. Disporum hookeri
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Clump-forming perennial with lance-shaped green leaves. In spring, bears umbels of up to three pendent, tubular-bell-shaped cream flowers, followed by orange-red berries in autumn. Suitable for groundcover in a woodland garden. Height 36 inches; spread 18 inches. 
Prosartes smithii Prosartes smithii 

  Syn. Disporum smithii
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Clump-forming perennial with red-tinged stems and lance-shaped green leaves. In early to late spring, bears pendent, tubular-bell-shaped white flowers, followed by orange berries in summer. Height and spread is 12 inches. 
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