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Euphorbe

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Euphorbe

Produces a dense, compact mound of foliage with clouds of delicate flowers continually covering it throughout the season. Low-maintenance, deer-resistant plants are great in containers, combo planters or in the garden. Though it tolerates heat and drought, it does best with moist, well-drained soil.

Fougère

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Fougère

Produces loose clouds of delicate flowers continually throughout the season. This low-maintenance, deer-resistant plant is great solo or easily mixes with other plants in containers, combo planters or in the garden. Though it tolerates heat and drought, it does best with moist, well-drained soil.

Vergerette

Vergerette

Clouds of petite flowers open white and mature to pink over finely textured foliage, creating a season-long display. Ideal as a ground cover, cascading down banks or spilling from containers. Drought tolerant once established, it does best in part shade in hot climates.

Cimifuge

Cimifuge

Graceful, slender spikes of fragrant flowers complement deep green leaves. Highlights the shaded garden with its tall, stately habit. Attracts butterflies. Lovely rounded flower buds and ornamental seedpods extend the floral display. Excellent cut flower.

Centranthus

Centranthus

Fragrant flowers bloom over a long season. A fantastic display for butterfly, perennial or cutting gardens, and attractive in combination with yarrow, asters and coreopsis. Remove faded flowers to encourage rebloom. Does well in poor, dry soils.

Bégonia

Bégonia

Bicolor blooms accent the large, upright growth of glistening leaves. Expect copious amounts of flowers all season with minimal care, whether in sun or slightly shadier locations. Highlights large containers and beds with equal ease. Does best with regular watering, but will tolerate occasional dryness.

Argyranthemum

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Argyranthemum

Lovely daisies attract butterflies to the garden. Feathery, fragrant leaves complement the long-blooming flowers. A great plant for garden's edge, containers or mixed planters. Pinch plants early to encourage bushy growth; plants benefit from a trim during the growing season to encourage fresh growth.

Ammi élevé

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Ammi élevé

Related to the common wildflower with larger, domed, frothy flower heads. Great for fresh or dried bouquets. An easy-to-grow, long-flowering addition to native plantings and a great filler among taller plants. Attracts butterflies to the garden. Non-invasive; drought tolerant once established.

Achillée ptarmique

Achillée ptarmique

 

Low, semi-trailing green foliage is covered by small double flowers all summer. A wonderful, butterfly-attracting addition to combination planters or mass plantings in the landscape. Makes a long-lasting cut flower.

Oranger du Mexique

Oranger du Mexique

Snowy white spring blooms are deliciously fragrant and are nicely set off by the glossy green foliage. Flowers also attact butterflies and are wonderful in a bouquet. A fast-growing small shrub that looks great in the perennial garden or mixed shrub planting. Mexican Orange can also be clipped and used as a privacy screen or hedge--but prune right after flowering to avoid removing next season's flowers.

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