Our Garden - Anne of Green Gables

I'm reading the Anne of Green Gables series at the same time I'm garden planning and now desire to have an "Anne of Green Gables" garden. Or at least a few of the flowers from the book. Any plant listed on this board is in one of the books, I'll try to note which one eventually (and page number for my reference). There may be duplicates. :)
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Honeysuckle Vine, Anne of Avonlea, p 141

Honeysuckle Vine, Anne of Avonlea, p 141

Bunchberry: (Cornus canadensis) Also called crackerberry, these attractive wild perennials produce orange-red berries, bland unless cooked.  Anne of Green Gables, p 293

Bunchberry: (Cornus canadensis) Also called crackerberry, these attractive wild perennials produce orange-red berries, bland unless cooked. Anne of Green Gables, p 293

Select Seeds--Antique Flowers offers unique flower seeds of old-fashioned varieties, fragrant heirloom flowers, flowering vines, and more.

Select Seeds--Antique Flowers offers unique flower seeds of old-fashioned varieties, fragrant heirloom flowers, flowering vines, and more.

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