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  • Biks Swann

    GAP Photos - Garden Plant Picture Library - Perovskia - Russian sage and Echinops 'Veitchs Blue' - Globe thistle at Pensthorpe in Norfolk - GAP Photos - Specialising in horticultural photography

  • Dorthe Bach

    Should be deer resistant. Driveway garden - Perovskia - Russian sage and Echinops 'Veitchs Blue' - Globe thistle at Pensthorpe in Norfolk... also Agastache, probably 'blue fortune'

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