favorite flowers


favorite flowers

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Euphorbia thrives in the difficult conditions commonly found under big trees.Upright spikes of lime green flowers emerge in spring and persist through early summer. The bright flowers show up well above the dark glossy foliage. In better conditions it makes a good all-year-round evergreen background to woodland plants or other shade lovers. Sun exposure: Partial shade, Shade. Soil: Well-drained/light, Acidic, Chalky/alkaline, Moist. Hardiness: Hardy

Euphorbia amygdaloides var. robbiae - Plants - gardenersworld.com

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lupine 'Noble Maiden'

Lupinus 'Noble Maiden (Band of Nobles Series)' - lupin

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Green Wave Tulips

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agapanthus

Lily of The Nile by paintingsheep

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Zygopetalum

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Foxglove

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ranunculus

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Double Decker Coneflower

Purple Double Decker Coneflower - Echinacea

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delphiniums

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hellebores

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Queen Red Lime Zinnia

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Virginia bluebells

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pink hydrangea

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Agastache 'Cotton Candy'

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Echinacea purpurea 'Coconut Lime'. Attracts butterflies. Zone 5-9.

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Queen Red Lime zinnia

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Turtlehead Flower

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pink peonies

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foxglove

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Zinnia "Queen Red Lime"

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lupin

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foxglove

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