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Nigella 'Love in a Mist'

~~Torch Ginger by Anna Keay~~

Coleus 'Exhibition Magma'


Geissorhiza radians, known as the "Wine Cup", is a delightful rare gem from South Africa.

‘White Torch’ Etlingera elatior

Helleborus Sternii

Queen of Sweden - David Austin rose

Allium ‘Millenium’ is a versatile perennial for a sunny garden because of its compact upright habit and resistance to all types of pests. It is also drought tolerant and loved by butterflies and bees. Though the fragrant blooms are very attractive in midsummer, the seed heads are the real floral feature. They last for several months, providing interest in the garden until late winter.

Redbud (cercis Canadensis). Blooms spring, from pale orchid to magenta colors.

Foxgloves púrpura.`

'Boundless Beauty' Daylily

Russian Princess Lobelia - Vivid spikes of magenta flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies and are excellent for cutting. Glossy foliage emerges red in spring, turning burgundy to bronze throughout the season. Strong upright burgundy stems add winter interest. Adds a great vertical accent to mixed borders, cottage gardens or containers. Herbaceous.

Saxifraga 'Southside Seedling'

Daylily 'Artist at Heart'

~~Cosmos bipinnatus ‘Fizzy Rose Picotee’ | Semi-double blooms have pale pink petals, each edged in dark rose, around golden centers. Blooms summer to frost.


~white grape hyacinths naturalize easily, fragrant , deer resistant

Rare everglades ghost orchid

~Helleborus (Hellebore) 'Pretty Pink'

Butterfly Blue Scabiosa (Scabiosa columbaria 'Butterfly Blue') - Dwarf plant with a neat growth habit, trouble-free, ideal for edging. Attracts butterflies and this heavy bloomer is excellent as cut flowers. Blooms continuously from spring to fall with heaviest blooming in the spring. Intense lavender blue flowers. Voted Perennial Plant of the year 2000 by the Perennial Plant Association. Light: Full sun to partial shade. Height: 12-15". Deer Resistant. Bloom Time: Summer. Zones: 3 to 9.

Anemone, Pink and Purple Flowers`

~Sweet Clematis...

Cleistocactus winteri ssp. colademono (cactus)

Astrantias - prefer shade and grow in zones 4-9 - Ht. depends on the species 2-3' - Slugs don't like Astrantias so inter-planting them among your other shade plants tends to repel them.