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    Aconitum

    Overview The Aconitum, also known as the Aconite, Wolf's-bane and Monkshood are poisonous plants with tall, spiky flower...

    Ageratum houstonianum

    Overview Ageratum, sometimes called 'floss flower," derives its name from the Greek words meaning "not old." One of...

    Aster

    Overview Among garden asters, the types most commonly grown today descend from Aster dumosus, a native of the Eastern...

    Baby Snapdragon

    Overview The Baby Snapdragon (Linaria maroccana) that also goes by the its common names the Moroccan toadflax is an annual,...

    Bearded Iris

    Overview The Bearded Iris, also known as the Iris Germanica, include tall, intermediate and standard bearded irises. Tall...

    Bee balm

    Overview Bee Balms got their common names because of their attractiveness to bees. They might as easily have...

    Bergenia

    Overview Bergenia stracheyi has pink flowers in the rarely seen species but is more generally seen as the...

    Blanket flowers (Gaillardia)

    Overview Gaillardia was named by a Frenchman, Auguste Denis Fougeroux de Bondaroy (1732 - 1789), based on plants...

    Bloodroot

    Overview The Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) from the Canadian woodlands thrives in a well-drained rich acid loamy soil. Creamy-white...

    Blue Cornflower

    Overview The Blue Cornflower (Centaurea cyanus) is thought that the plant derives its name from the Latin centaurum, referring...

    Bush monkey-flower

    The bush monkey-flower (Mimulus aurantiacus), also known as the Sticky monkey-flower, has pale orange flowers and a sprawling habit. Grow it in...

    Chimonanthus praecox

    Overview The Chimonanthus praecox, also known as the Wintersweet has somewhat waxy creamy-yellow flowers with purple-stained inner petals...