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Another Coleus: Previously described.

Sneezeweed (helenium): This appears to be one of the group known as sneezeweed, because Native Americans used its dried petals to prevent hay fever. This tall perennial is reliable, easy to grow and a standout in the summer and fall garden. Heleniums grow best in moist, even wet, poorly drained soil. Autumn Garden, Native Americans, Perennials, Group, This Or That Questions, Plants, Summer, Summer Time, Summer Recipes

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Sneezeweed (helenium): This appears to be one of the group known as sneezeweed, because Native Americans used its dried petals to prevent hay fever. This tall perennial is reliable, easy to grow and a standout in the summer and fall garden. Heleniums grow best in moist, even wet, poorly drained soil.

Largeflowered Clematis (clematis hybrid): Many kinds, all with mostly similarly shaped plate-like flowers in a range of colors involving shades of white, pink, red, purple and blue - usually with one color dominating. Red Purple, Pink, Shades Of White, Clematis, One Color, Plate, Range, Colors, Garden

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Largeflowered Clematis (clematis hybrid): Many kinds, all with mostly similarly shaped plate-like flowers in a range of colors involving shades of white, pink, red, purple and blue - usually with one color dominating.

Rose Campion (lychnis coronaria): This appears to be rose campion. Well-drained soil and a sunny site provide this perennial with just about all it needs to thrive once established. Drought tolerant, with few known pests, the magenta flowers of rose campion contrast wonderfully with its silvery foliage. Lychnis is also called Silene coronaria. It is in the carnation family Caryophyllaceae, native to Asia and Europe. Rose Campion, Magenta Flowers, Drought Tolerant, Carnations, Perennials, Contrast, Asia, Europe, Garden

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Rose Campion (lychnis coronaria): This appears to be rose campion. Well-drained soil and a sunny site provide this perennial with just about all it needs to thrive once established. Drought tolerant, with few known pests, the magenta flowers of rose campion contrast wonderfully with its silvery foliage. Lychnis is also called Silene coronaria. It is in the carnation family Caryophyllaceae, native to Asia and Europe.

Passion Vine (passiflora): An amazing, perennial vine commonly called Passion Vine. World wide there are over 100 varieties. It is best grown in 5-6 hours of sunlight, and against a sturdy trellis or fence. It will often, in hard winter die back to the ground and then reemerge from rootstock Trellis, Sunlight, Perennials, Fence, Vines, Passion, This Or That Questions, Amazing, Garden

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Passion Vine (passiflora): An amazing, perennial vine commonly called Passion Vine. World wide there are over 100 varieties. It is best grown in 5-6 hours of sunlight, and against a sturdy trellis or fence. It will often, in hard winter die back to the ground and then reemerge from rootstock

Shoe Fly Plant (nicandra physalodes): Grows to 36 in. tall, with large, broad, toothed green leaves. Produces large (1 1/2 to 2 1/2 in.), upward-facing, cup-shaped flowers in lavender and white. Fruits are enclosed in structures that look like Chinese lanterns; can be dried and used in indoor arrangements. Generally pest free. An invasive weed in some areas. Member of the nightshade family (along with ground cherries, tomatoes, and deadly nightshade). Chinese Lanterns, Cherries, Green Leaves, Tomatoes, Weed, Lavender, Indoor, Shoe, Canning

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Shoe Fly Plant (nicandra physalodes): Grows to 36 in. tall, with large, broad, toothed green leaves. Produces large (1 1/2 to 2 1/2 in.), upward-facing, cup-shaped flowers in lavender and white. Fruits are enclosed in structures that look like Chinese lanterns; can be dried and used in indoor arrangements. Generally pest free. An invasive weed in some areas. Member of the nightshade family (along with ground cherries, tomatoes, and deadly nightshade).

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French Marigold (tagetes patula): This appears to be a marigold, of which there are many species and hybrids, but all are vigorous, easy care annuals bearing strong-scented flowers emerging from fern-like foliage. Place in full sun and provide regular water. The small flowered types like this one are in the French marigold category. http://www.theflowerexpert.com/content/growingflowers/flowersandseasons/marigolds

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Apple Of Peru (nicandra physalodes): Nicandra is a monotypic genus of flowering plants in the nightshade family containing the single species Nicandra physalodes. It is known by the common names apple-of-Peru and shoo-fly plant. It is native to Peru, and it is known elsewhere as an introduced species and sometimes a weed. It is also kept as an ornamental plant. Plants grow to 1 metre tall and are vigorous with spreading branches and ovate, mid-green, toothed and waved leaves. The flowers…

Information the Health Benefits, Side Effects and Healing Properties of the Herb Great Mullein (Verbascum thapsus)and Its Uses for Various Health Issues Herbal Plants, Medicinal Plants, Natural Medicine, Herbal Medicine, Biennial Plants, Small Yellow Flowers, Edible Wild Plants, Herbs For Health, Herb Seeds

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Common Mulleins (verbascum thapsus): Verbascum thapsus (great mullein or common mullein) is a species of mullein native to Europe, northern Africa, and Asia, and introduced in the Americas and Australia. It is a hairy biennial plant that can grow to 2 meters tall or more. Its small yellow flowers are densely grouped on a tall stem, which grows from a large rosette of leaves. It grows in a wide variety of habitats, but prefers well-lit disturbed soils, where it can appear soon after the…

Malva (malva moschata): This is one of the malvas, Malva moschata. There are many variations from white to pink. They often self-seed and are short-lived perennials that sometimes grow as annuals. Many gardeners think they are best suited for wildflower plantings since they wander around and don't flower for extremely long periods. Perennials, Wild Flowers, Wander, Seeds, This Or That Questions, Plants, Pink, Hot Pink, Perennial

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Malva (malva moschata): This is one of the malvas, Malva moschata. There are many variations from white to pink. They often self-seed and are short-lived perennials that sometimes grow as annuals. Many gardeners think they are best suited for wildflower plantings since they wander around and don't flower for extremely long periods.