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    Flowers: Bell Shaped Flowers


    Flowers: Bell Shaped Flowers

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    'Charlie Dimmock' - Fuschia Plant Type Fuchsia Plants Plant Habit Trailing Flower Size Large Flower Quality Double Flower Colour Red Purple Plant In Basket / Sunny position / Part shade Hardiness Half hardy Foliage Green

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    Chilean Bellflower

    Chilean Bellflower

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    Aquilegias are easy to grow, seeding themselves everywhere and come back year after year

    Flower tower! Aquilegia’s stunning clusters of colour atop elegant 3ft stems will give any border a lift...

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    Obedient Plant 'Rose Queen' (Physostegia virginiana).

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    lilies of the valley

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    Wild Columbine

    Wild Columbine - Flowers And Gardens

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    Blue bells.

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    Cranbrook bell ~ Barbara Waldoch

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    Fuchsia Flowers Garden Love

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    White Angel Trumpets

    Van Bourgondien - Dutch Bulbs and Perennials Since 1893

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    Ruhmania, "Chinese Foxgloves"

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    Chinese Bell Flower, Chinese Lantern

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    Bomarea species

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    Shoreline purslane or Sea purslane

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    Large Bindweed

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    Cestrum aurantiacum

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    Qualup Bell (Pimelea physodes)

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    Virginia Bluebells Mertensia virginica Sun: Partial,Shade Soil: Sand,Loam,Clay Moisture: Medium,Moist Height: 1'-2' Bloom Time: Apr-May Color: blue,pink Zone: 4 Spacing: 1' Mertensia virginica (Virginia Bluebells) is a woodland favorite and a true harbinger of spring! The distinctive blue-pink flowers appear soon after the snows of winter are gone. Long-lived, it expands slowly to form beautiful clumps that return year after year. Does best in rich, moist soil.

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    Titanotrichum oldhammii (Oldham's Gold Woodland Foxglove)

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    ArizonaYellowbells

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    Upright fuchsia ‘Insulinde’

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    Chilean Bellflower

    Chilean Bellflower | Express Photos

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    Foxglove

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    Pink Chilean bell flower

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    Fringed Gentian by Vic Berardi

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