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  • Chicago Botanic Garden

    Fan Blue lobelia (Lobelia x speciosa 'Fan Blue') provides dense spikes of widely flared, birdlike flowers from July through fall on 2.5-foot-tall plants. The flowers are an intense blue in the center, shading to purple on the edges. This series of lobelias were bred to come into flower earlier than the straight species, and to continue flowering up to frost.

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Great Lobelia - also known as cardinal flower

Bright Eyes™ crocosmia (Crocosmia 'Walbreyes') produces spikes up to 18 inches high of bright, yellow-orange flowers with a deep-red throat. The flowers face or point slightly upright compared to other varieties, producing a more attractive display. This sterile cultivar created by noted U.K. horticulturist, David Tristan, continues to flower even when the corms become crowded — a boon for gardeners who dislike dividing clumps of bulbs. Bright Eyes crocosmia is hardy in USDA Zones 6 through 10.