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    Common Comfrey

    Overview The Common Comfrey (Symphytum officinale family: Boraginaceae), also called Blackwort, Healing Herb, Bruiswort, Salsify, Slippery Root, and Knitbone,...

    Common morning-glory

    Overview The Common morning-glory (Ipomoea purpurea) is a twining annual with dark purple flowers that fade to almost...

    Common snowdrop

    Overview The characteristic white drooping flowers with green markings are familiar harbingers of spring. Easy to establish, especially...

    Crocosmia

    Overview Crocosmias also known as Montbretias are fiery-colored perennials with lush green swordlike foliage. Their flowers are carried...

    Cynoglossum amabile

    Overview The Cynoglossum amabile or Chinese forget-me-not, is a 2-foot biennial ornamental plant with intensely blue flowers, almost turquoise...

    Cypress Spurge

    Overview Euphorbias are easily recognized. They have simple, usually hairless leaves, that bleed an acrid white sap. Spurges...

    Dahlia

    Overview Dahlias are native to Mexico and Central America and today's garden varieties are mostly hybrids. There are...

    Dwarf Larkspur

    Overview The Dwarf Larkspur (Delphinium tricorne) is a tall perennial herb native to moist, wooded slopes, prairies and...

    Early Summer Flowers For Bees

    Overview Bees love the sun, so the same plant in the sunny location will always attract more bees...

    Erythronium ‘Pagoda’

    Overview Erythronium 'Pagoda' also known as the Dog-tooth violet has several good forms of white and yellow. Beautifully...

    Evergreen candytuft

    Overview The Evergreen candytuft (Iberis sempervirens) is a low spreading plant, its dark green leaves covered in white...

    Gazania

    Overview Gazanias are native to South Africa. The shimmering daisy-like flowers gleam like satin to attract pollinators. The...