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    I have found my favorite sunflower!!!! I'm going to try to grow some of these this year!! Pompom Sunflower

    Teddy bear Sunflowers | A1 Pictures

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    Kingston Cardinal Hellebore // Nodding, double-flowers in a raspberry mauve appear in late winter when little else shows life.

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    pink pampas grass .. I hear there's a northern variety that withstands cold winters!! So excited...love this stuff!

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    "Web of Illusion" Daylily- pretty!

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    Wintry Sky Iris

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    Smyrnium perfoliatum growing with forget-me-not Self-seeds. Lime-green foliage.

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    Antirrhinum ‘Bizarre Hybrids’- Snapdragon

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    Jade Tiger Select Double Hellebore

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    Yellow Polka Dot Bikini Hosta

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    Sedum spurium 'Tricolor'

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    Anemone ‘Pretty Lady Diana’ Japanese anemones are among the latest-blooming perennials, giving gardeners4 an alternative to mums, asters, and sedums. This new introduction from Blooms of Bressingham is an unusually compact, sturdy selection with deep pink flowers. It needs no staking and blooms heavily in September and October. Flower stems reach about 16 inches tall. Thrives in full sun to part shade. Hardy in USDA Zones 5-9.

    New perennials for 2012 | Garden & Landscape Tips from Preen.com

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