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Flowering Spurge, Euphorbia corollata L., Native Minnesota Wildflower plant, Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden

University of Minnesota Hardy Chrysanthemums Developed by the U of MN :: Hometalk

Hosta 'Canadian Blue'. Oh my goodness! I have a perfect spot for this!

Hosta - Heemskerk Vaste Planten/Perennials

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This White Hosta Feather Bare Root Plant - Set of Three is perfect! #zulilyfinds -- Michigan bulb Company

White Hosta Feather Bare Root Plant - Set of Three | zulily

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Morden Sunrise - Canadian roses

Morden Sunrise - Flora Linnea

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Pink Drift® is low-growing with distinctive mounded flowers that reach 1½' in height with a 3' spread. Deep pink flowers with a soft faded center bloom in abundance throughout the season. This disease-resistant plant is easy to care for and easy to combine with other perennials.

Star Roses & Plants

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Cold Hardy Hibiscus, I love this tropical perenial and it can be grown in Wisconsin, one of my garden favorites

Campanula. A hardy Perennial Plant / Groundcover

What are the perennial plants of flowerbed?

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Red Knockout

Yellow Knockout

Columbine or aquilegia is a herbaceous perennial that is drought tolerant (once established) and self-seeds if not deadheaded. The plant grows to 2' tall when in bloom and blooms late spring-early summer. Flowers come in a variety of colors. Grow in part shade. Best in rock and woodland gardens and as edging plants. Zones 3-9

Monkshood - part shade/fall blooming

Top Fall Flowers for Your Garden

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Purple Knockout

Purple Pavement

Snow Pavement

Pink Knockout

Diseases of spruce trees in Minnesota - University of Minnesota Extension

Growing asparagus in Minnesota home gardens : Vegetables : Yard and Garden : University of Minnesota Extension

Growing Zucchini and Summer Squash in Minnesota Home Garden - University of Minnesota Extension

Growing zucchini and summer squash in Minnesota home gardens

extension.umn.edu

Iris