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Gardening the Awesome

Plants with unusual colors, foliage, plant form... I like the weirdos of the plant world.

Clarkia rubicunda 'Shamini' By Annie [Flickr]

Perhaps the most striking tulip ever grown, 'Queensland' will astound guests with its deep pink, fully double blooms that look rimed in threads of frost!

Queensland Tulip (Tulipa Queensland) at Wayside Gardens

English rose 'Port Sunlight'

Port Sunlight - David Austin Roses

Lathyrus odoratus 'Miss Willmott' - Another oldy & goody and so fragrant Sweet Pea introduced in 1901 and named after the famous Victorian gardener.

Lathyrus odoratus ‘Senator’character, and charm! ‘Senator’ is an heirloom that was introduced by Eckford in 1891, with unusually large, maroon streaked white flowers – how distinguished!

Annie's Annuals & Perennials - Yikes! Page Not Found

Cosmos 'Double Click Mix', Annuals

Cosmos bipinnatus “Bicolor Betty” from Annie's Annuals 3’ tall to 4’ wide / Sun / Low-Average Water / May-Oct

Cosmos bipinnatus ‘Prom Dress’ Come over to the pink side with this dressy, truly-double pink Cosmos! Not vertically chal­lenged like those modern varieties, but a grand performer easily reaching 3-4’ tall & wide with its dense, soft, ferny foliage. A multitude of 3.5” blooms over a long period always make it a star in any garden drawing butterflies, bees & of course, your affection. Rich to average soil. Cut flowers galore! Average to rich soil is best. Sun Avg. Water

Hosta 'White Feather'

Hosta 'White Feather' - Cottage Garden Plants - Van Meuwen

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Crassula "Green Pagoda" succulent by Margaret Vincent

Crassula "Green Pagoda" succulent by Margaret Vincent

Crassula 'Morgan's Beauty'

Crassula 'Morgan's Beauty' (1)

Crassula Nudocaulis Devils Horn

Crassula mesembryanthemopsis

"Scarlet Paintbrush", Crassula falcata

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Crassula plegmatoides.